Show #332 - Tuesday, December 17, 1985


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Denise Nielsen, a teacher from Thousand Oaks, California

Ron Jones, a writer from San Francisco, California

Louis Lang, a trial lawyer from Skokie, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
"Don't swap horses crossing a stream" was his re-election slogan in 1864
    $100 2
Term for pirate from W. Indies "boucan", a grill they used to roast pigs
    $100 19
Color of an off-color film
    $100 1
106 "New" episodes of this Jackie Gleason series were recently offered to TV stations
    $100 16
Julius Caesar called England this, long before it "ruled the waves"
    $100 26
Pipe, bowl, fiddlers
    $200 8
Longest U.N. speech, 4 hrs. & 29 mins., was made by this Caribbean dictator
    $200 9
North African coastline where corsairs menaced shipping for over 300 years
    $200 20
Of Kermit, Oscar the Grouch, & Grover, the one that isn't green
    $200 3
1965 sitcom in which Jerry Van Dyke co-starred with a 1928 Porter auto
    $200 17
Peasant-cavalrymen who fought against the Bolsheviks in Russian Revolution
    $300 11
3,500-member, legislative assembly, world's largest, belongs to this most populous world nation
    $300 10
These Spanish gold pieces were worth 8 escudos or 16 pieces of eight
    $300 21
A good quality India or Ceylon tea
    $300 4
English comedy show once called "Owl Stretching Time"
    $300 18
The forced 15th c. exodus of this religious & ethnic group greatly weakened Portugal
    $400 14
Members of this country's Diet are most highly paid legislators in the world
    $400 12
Cave-in-Rock, Illinois, home to riverboat pirates, is on this Mississippi River tributary
    $400 22
Shade of "oldies" & "agers"
    DD: $500 5
Pioneering TV comedian who used this these song:

[Instrumental theme plays.]
    $400 23
Harsh terms of this WWI settlement helped create climate that brought Hitler to power
    $500 15
It's estimated that since 1825, this largest landlocked South American country has had 189 coups
    $500 13
Starring as this pirate in his 1st American swashbuckler, Errol Flynn shot to fame in 1935
    $500 25
Seawater discolored by presence of many dinoflagellates
    $500 6
Only 6 episodes were made of this 1982 Leslie Nielsen cop spoof
    $500 24
Though neither knew the other had it, both Japan & Europe used this medieval social system

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Lou Ron Denise
$200 $800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lou Ron Denise
$100 $3,800 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1984, "People" magazine ran 5 covers, 73 photos & 33,205 words on him
    $200 11
A Stravinsky ballet, or a "hot" Pontiac
    $200 16
Of light with dark stripes or dark with light stripes, the one that truly describes a zebra
    $200 27
This 4-channel sound system was a fad in the '70s
    $200 12
The U.S.S.R.'s 3rd largest city, or a stuffed chicken dish
    $200 2
A survey, or Lech Walesa
    $400 3
Princess Margaret said this rock star looked like "an over-made-up tart"
    $400 20
This composer of "The Nutcracker" was addicted to card playing
    $400 17
Jack rabbits are not really rabbits but they are these
    $400 13
Sanskrit for "abode of the snows", this mountain range is also abode of the Yeti
    $400 6
Complain childishly about the Chablis, or the Chablis itself
    $600 4
CBS "Morning News" anchor who asked Cathy Webb & her accused rapist Gary Dotson to hug
    $600 21
His first compositions, Kochel #1-5, were written when he was only 5
    $600 18
The secretions of skunk scent glands are used as a base in making this
    $600 14
Among the bridges crossing this river are the Rip Van Winkle, the Tappan Zee, & Geo. Washington
    $600 7
Grasp, looks at, or "7" bodies of water
    DD: $600 5
2 of 3 actresses who played farmers' wives in 1984 & told Congress of farmers' plight in 1985
    $800 22
After a polio attack at 4, this great Israeli-born violinist lost the use of his legs
    $800 25
It's forbidden to import these into the U.S. because they're voracious & don't eat just snakes
    $800 15
U.S. state bordered by two oceans
    $800 8
It can be everything or just a leather working tool
    $1000 10
This Australian is willing to become a U.S. citizen to finalize his takeover of 6 U.S. TV stations
    $1000 23
Most of this Polish composer is buried in Paris, but his heart is entombed in Poland
    $1000 24
The largest of all cats
    $1000 26
Technician's term for locating & repairing faults in equipment after they occur
    DD: $4,000 19
The 3 countries which rule parts of the Iberian Peninsula
    $1000 9
A pledge, or to have put clothes in a suitcase

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lou Ron Denise
$4,100 $2,000 $4,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Besides X, Y, & Z, 3 other letters that do not begin the name of an American state

Final scores:

Lou Ron Denise
$199 $100 $8,399
2nd place: Merillat modular shelving system 3rd place: Frigidaire refrigerator & Robot Coupe food processor New champion: $8,399

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lou Ron Denise
$4,600 $6,000 $4,800
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1985-08-20
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