Show #1218 - Wednesday, December 13, 1989

Missing introductions.


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Tony Parkes, a square dance caller from contestant search in the Boston area

Bob Caruso, a political consultant from Scranton, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $4,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Raphael & Donatello both created works of this patron saint of England slaying a dragon
    $100 2
Since this March 28, 1979 incident in Penn., no new U.S. nuclear plants have been ordered
    $100 22
In July 1889 a city in Romania got over 8 inches of this in 20 minutes
    $100 16
According to the flag code, the 1st federal holiday of the year on which the flag should be displayed
    $100 8
Ted Turner's news network; soon it will be beamed by satellite to virtually every country
    $100 13
Farms were set up in South Africa to raise these birds for their black & white feathers
    $200 4
Since this legislation was passed in 1986, gifts of artwork to museums have fallen off sharply
    $200 3
The 1st & tallest lighthouse ever, 1 of 7 Ancient Wonders of the World, was built in this country
    $200 23
The highest temperature recorded on this continent is 59° F
    $200 17
2/2 is Groundhog Day, 6/6 was D-Day & this is Veterans Day
    $200 9
In March 1989 this Tuesday night sitcom began drawing higher Nielsen ratings than "The Cosby Show"
    $200 27
The 2 most common reasons male songbirds sing are to stake out territory & this
    $300 5
The Met objected when a statue of this Greek sky god it lent to the Whitney was shown with a baseball bat
    $300 10
A computer is said to do this when a hardware failure or program error makes it inoperable
    $300 24
In 1849, for the first time, a weather report was sent over this
    $300 19
Roman Catholics observe the day after Mardi Gras as this
    $300 14
Hawaiian-born Julie McCullough plays nanny to the Seaver baby on this TV series
    $300 28
These long-tailed birds of the subfamily "Milvinae" share their name with long-tailed toys
    $400 6
A native of 's Hertogenbosch, this Flemish painter is known for "The Garden of Earthly Delights"
    $400 11
New Ruffies plastic trash bags will do this within 3 months after exposure to direct sunlight
    $400 25
V. & J. Bjerknes were the 1st to call the transitional zone between hot & cold air masses this
    $400 20
Hanukah is called a feast of these, plural; Sweden's St. Lucia Day celebrates it in the singular
    $400 15
Ann Sothern provided the voice for the 1928 Porter featured in this series
    DD: $1,000 29
Born Robert Byrd, Bobby Day had a No. 2 hit with this "avian" song:

"Every little swallow, every chick-a-dee / Every little bird in the tall oak tree / The wise old owl, the big black crow / Flappin' their wings singing go bird go..."
    $500 7
In 1929-30 this artist collaborated with Spanish director Luis Buñuel on 2 movies
    $500 12
If you bought a Seeburg model M-100B, you bought this
    $500 26
The region between these strong winds is called the doldrums
    $500 21
A procession in her honor was instituted as part of the Coventry Fair in 1678
    $500 18
Roddy McDowall "monkeyed around" in this short-lived sci-fi series

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Bob Tony Margaret
$1,400 $300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Tony Margaret
$1,700 $2,800 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
If you drive west from the "Green Mountain" state, you'll be in this, the "Empire State"
    $200 2
Neither he nor his Kentucky horse, Vic, survived the Battle of Little Bighorn
    $200 18
This "Dynasty" vamp's new perfume is "Spectacular", & so is she
    $200 13
Musicals based on his plays include "Catch My Soul" & "Rockaby Hamlet"
    $200 11
As an adjective, this 5-letter word can precede bank, brother, count, group, money, sugar, test & vessel
    $200 20
A typical honeybee hive has a few hundred of these stingerless male bees
    $400 4
Cactus forests can be found in the Saguaro Nat'l Monument east & west of this southern Arizona city
    $400 3
We've Anglicized this explorer's name--in Portuguese it was Fernao de Magalhaes
    $400 19
The company that makes this French perfume says its name means "I shall return"
    $400 14
His play "Back to Methuselah" covers a span of over 35,000 years & includes a scientist named Pygmalion
    $400 12
15 players per side are used when amateurs play this English ancestor of American football
    DD: $3,000 27
Honeycomb cells have this many sides
    $600 5
Wyoming valley named for beaver trapper Davey Jackson; it has since become a major ski resort
    $600 8
He was born in the winter & beheaded in the summer, but he was "A Man for All Seasons"
    $600 21
We assume this perfume will make you smell like Picasso's daughter, since it's named for her
    DD: $1,500 15
He was furious when his 18-year-old daughter Oona married Charlie Chaplin who was 54
    $600 24
To hang someone without due process of law; it was the name of an 18th century justice of the peace
    $600 30
Scout bees perform a dance indicating the direction to the pollen from the hive in relation to this
    $800 6
This city, the oldest in Kansas, is known for its fort & federal prison
    $800 9
Lady Mountbatten's love letters to this Indian leader were found 12 years after her death
    $800 22
Vol de Nuit perfume was inspired by the aviation feats of this "Little Prince" author
    $800 16
His screenplay for "Tom Jones" won him an Oscar, so he doesn't have to look back in anger
    $800 25
This word, from the Latin for "grown fat by eating", describes a person who's done just that
    $800 29
From the Latin for "beehive", it's a place where a colony of bees, not gorillas, is kept
    $1000 7
In California & Michigan, capes are not called capes but this
    $1000 10
In 1793 Haitian revolutionary leader Francois Dominique Toussaint changed his name to this
    $1000 23
Guerlain created Eau Fraiche perfume for this empress, the wife of Napoleon III
    $1000 17
He directed the Cary Grant film "None But the Lonely Heart" before he wrote "The Country Girl"
    $1000 26
A recess in a wall for placing a statue, or an activity suited to one's abilities
    $1000 28
Honeybees live in permanent hives, while these social bees build new homes each year

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Tony Margaret
$6,900 $11,400 $9,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Beginning with Theodore Sedgwick in 1799, 8 House Speakers have represented this state, more than any other

Final scores:

Bob Tony Margaret
$11,401 $18,401 $18,300
3rd place: KitchenAid washer & dryer & Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune New champion: $18,401 2nd place: Keller bedroom furniture & Norman's of Salisbury bed coverings

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Tony Margaret
$6,900 $8,200 $8,300
15 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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Game tape date: 1989-08-29
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