Show #102 - Tuesday, January 29, 1985


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Holly Hoke, a classical piano teacher from Santa Ynez, California

Bill Christopher, an architect originally from Chicago, Illinois

Les Miller, a scrap metal dealer from La Mesa, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Where you would take a ride on the Marrakesh Express
    $100 17
Loose body wrap of Hindu women, it sounds like an apology
    $100 11
She "got smart" from 1965-70
    $100 14
Their 4 hearts were on fire for Elvira
    $100 6
Radio City Music Hall's leggy attraction
    $100 1
To get to the top in this sport, use the Poma lift, T-bar & rope tow
    $200 13
2 of the varieties of this spotted animal are Masai & reticulated
    $200 20
In Russian, it's word for grandmother or the kerchief on her head
    $200 12
First, she "remembered Mama", then she became mama of Southfork
    $200 16
To be a good one, Kenny Rogers says, "You gotta know when to hold 'em &... fold 'em"
    $200 7
Where you are headed in England when you go to the W.C.
    $200 2
It has innings, leaners & ringers
    $300 18
South of Khartoum, the Nile River splits into these 2 colors
    $300 21
Teamed with Martin Landau in "Mission Impossible" & in real life
    $300 22
John Anderson won his '83 Grammy for doing this with Charlotte on the front porch
    $300 8
Closed since '45, notorious site off French Guiana is still open to tourists
    $300 3
Current commissioner of baseball
    $400 19
Once a base for Capt. Kidd, this country off S.E. coast is world's 4th largest island
    $400 23
According to Mickey Gilley, this is when "the girls all get prettier"
    $400 9
Air traffic is banned over this, Agra's famous world wonder
    $400 4
Basque for "merry festival", it uses a cesta & pelota on a 3-walled court
    $500 25
Longest freshwater lake in world, it's where Stanley found Livingstone
    $500 24
Patsy Cline was "mad" for this Willie Nelson classic
    DD: $500 15
What 2 countries you would be visiting if you flew from Dacca to Katmandu
    $500 5
Name for the world's most popular spectator sport, derived from the abbreviation "assoc."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Les Bill Holly
-$400 $1,500 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Les Bill Holly
$700 $800 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '50s
    $200 11
Cooper, Slayton, Grissom, Carpenter, Schirra, Shepard & Glenn
    $200 1
Masculine pen name of Mary Ann Evans
    $200 6
Although he died in France, his "Last Supper" was in Milan
    $200 18
Descartes' "cogito, ergo sum" means this
    $400 12
Korean War began when N. Korean troops crossed this parallel
    $400 2
Poetic form Keats used to salute a nightingale
    $400 7
Tahiti's resident "artiste"
    $400 24
Changed face of America by selling the 1st disposable blades in 1903
    $600 13
While they called the wind "Maria", the '51 musical with that song was called this
    $600 3
In '63 this John Le Carre novel was a hot seller
    DD: $500 8
Post-impressionist celebrated in this '72 Don McLean hit:

"Starry, starry night / Flaming flowers that brightly blaze / Swirling clouds in violet haze"
    $600 22
In the world of credit cards, the term "plastic surgery" refers to this
    $800 14
In '54, the Supreme Court ruled that this violated the 14th Amendment
    $800 4
Leader of the metaphysical poets, he said the bell "tolls for thee"
    $800 17
Color of the Hope Diamond
    $800 9
Psychedelic poster king of the '60s, he's now into "ladies of the '80s"
    $800 23
This Greek believed that the idea of things was more real than the things themselves
    $800 21
Cynotherapy is practice of healing by these, as in letting them lick your wounds
    DD: $1,700 15
First racehorse to win a million dollars when he took the Hollywood Gold Cup in '51
    $1000 5
Her father wrote "Trilby", her brother wrote "Raffles", she wrote "Rebecca"
    $1000 16
The "Koh-i-noor" & "Star of Africa" are part of this collection
    $1000 10
This German painter & printmaker was 1st to publish scientific lit. in German
    $1000 19
Empiricism is the theory that all knowledge comes from this
    $1000 20
Called "bouquet de corsage", women in 1900 believed men actually liked this scent

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Les Bill Holly
-$600 $2,400 $5,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 colors on either side of yellow in the spectrum

Final scores:

Les Bill Holly
-$600 $4,800 $5,000
3rd place: Faema espresso machine 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa + Emerson portable stereo New champion: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Les Bill Holly
$1,100 $2,900 $5,300
8 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $9,300

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Game tape date: 1984-10-23
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