Show #136 - Monday, March 18, 1985

Paula Tupper game 5.


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Ronald Vernon, a teacher from Hollywood, California

Gary Roberts, a cab driver from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Paula Tupper, a law student from Santee, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $28,298)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Good for a "savage" appetite, it's raw ground beef mixed with onions, egg & seasonings
    $100 2
She scored in "10", but died on the vine in "Tarzan, the the Ape Man"
    $100 13
Uncle Tom's "profession"
    $100 16
In a standard crossword puzzle, the number in the top left white square
    $100 6
What you'd do with your dulcimer
    $200 5
Sounding like a bullfight cheer, it's French for coffee made with scalded milk
    $200 3
This duo dazzled, but "Rhinestone" was no gem
    $200 14
At the start of "The Old Man & the Sea", the old man hadn't done this for 84 days
    $200 17
In September '84, this magazine turned 40, 23 years older than its name
    $200 7
Letter formed in sign language with the 3 middle fingers raised
    $300 10
With a name derived from Ashkelon, Israel, it's a type of green onion
    $300 4
Beefcake king turned robot in "The Terminator"
    $300 15
Island on which Dumas hero Edmond Dantes finds a treasure he can "count" on
    $300 22
Number of Nicholson's easy pieces
    $300 8
More common name of the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow
    DD: $500 11
Two food items named for opera singer Dame Nellie Melba
    $400 20
This "Dallas" star's body was "most envied" in '83 "People" poll
    $400 19
1904 Jack London novel whose title is the nickname of tramp steamer captain Larson
    $400 9
Except for '37 Miss America, who ran off & never accepted crown, this Miss Amer. had shortest reign
    $500 12
Smoked liver sausage named for part of Germany where it originated, Brunswick
    $500 21
Because he wears a Detroit Tigers cap on his series, he was asked to throw out first ball at '84 World Series
    $500 18
From the Greek for "an inquirer", they rarely believe what they're told

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Paula Gary Ronald
-$100 $600 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Gary Ronald
$500 $1,100 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Island west of South America discovered by a Dutch captain Easter Sunday, 1722
    $200 1
They belong "to the victor"
    $200 14
General of whom it was said, "he wore defeat like a laurel crown"
    $200 18
N.Y. street synonymous with advertising
    $200 2
Founder of psychoanalysis
    $400 6
Country Bogie traveled to in search of the Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    $400 8
"It is easy to despise what you cannot get" is the moral of this Aesop fable
    $400 20
Though Andrews raid did not succeed, its participants were 1st ever to win this award
    DD: $1,000 3
This song shares its title with a book by Dr. Eric Berne:

"I walk around / I can't hear a sound / Folks talking loud / But I don't see"
    $600 13
Site of world's 3rd largest church, it's Italy's 2nd largest city
    $600 9
Accepting Dem. nomination in 1896 he said, "you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold"
    $600 4
Psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers won $134,000 on TV quiz shows as an expert on this
    DD: $1,000 16
2 of the 4 largest rivers in Africa
    $800 10
Beauty has this in common with a contact lens
    $800 19
These imported animals caused such damage to Aussie crops that gov't. introduced disease to eradicate them
    $800 7
Tests devised by psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach involve the use of these
    $1000 17
In 1983, Saint Christopher-Nevis became this island group's latest independent country
    $1000 11
English writer who coined the term "the white man's burden"
    $1000 15
Alexander Stephens held this office
    $1000 21
German for "badger dog", it was bred to hunt them
    $1000 12
Psychoanalyst who wrote best-selling "Escape from Freedom" & "The Art of Loving"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Gary Ronald
$5,500 $1,900 -$4,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

First branch of the government the Constitution deals with

Final scores:

Paula Gary Ronald
$6,000 $3,799 -$4,500
5-day champion: $34,298 2nd place: Action Recliner + Regency scanner/alarm clock 3rd place: Vitamaster exercise bike

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paula Gary Ronald
$6,000 $1,900 -$2,500
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
7 W
8 R,
11 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $5,400

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Game tape date: 1984-12-05
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