Show #171 - Monday, May 6, 1985

Ron Black game 5.


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Luann Evanson, a research analyst from Phoenix, Arizona

Kevin Allman, a writer from Santa Monica, California

Ron Black, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina (whose 4-day cash winnings total $34,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
State you'd be in if you were visiting Carlsbad Caverns
    $100 7
After walking the beat with Nick Nolte, he's on his own in "Beverly Hills Cop"
    $100 22
They can be shirred, coddled or poached
    $100 14
It's what the letters "E.S.P." stand for
    $100 1
A defensive lineman's "bag", it's a real downer for a quarterback
    $100 18
To Americans it's usually one's spouse, to Aussies it's a comrade
    $200 23
Seattle, Tacoma & Olympia all stand on the banks of this body of water
    $200 10
This comic fought professionally as "Packy East" before he started sparring with Bing
    $200 25
It's "the Breakfast of Champions"
    $200 13
Makers of this spherical psychic accessory now make them out of acrylic, not glass
    $200 2
College teams from these 2 conferences go Rose Bowling every January
    $200 19
Where Paul Hogan will put an extra shrimp for you
    $300 24
From French meaning "of the mounds", it's Iowa's capital
    $300 11
He played Mork & Mindy's baby boy
    $300 28
Sliced from the pork loin, it's the McKenzie brothers' favorite breakfast
    $300 12
In a 1964 film, they had one of these "on a wet afternoon"
    $300 4
Official rules call for this bit of gambling with money to start the game
    $300 15
Though "Boomer" can mean anything big, it 1st meant a big one of these
    $400 29
The highest waterfall in North America graces this state
    $400 20
Clem Kaddiddlehopper creator who signed off each week with "Good night & God bless"
    $400 27
"International" term for a meal of rolls and coffee
    $400 9
From French for "clear seeing", ability to "see" Jeopardy! answers while $ amounts are still up
    $400 5
Long time USC coach, he retired from, rather than to, Florida at end of '84 season
    DD: $900 16
It's where "jackaroos" & "jillaroos" work
    $500 21
Fellow "Laugh-In" alumna with Goldie Hawn who went on to star with her in "Pvt. Benjamin"
    $500 26
Breakfast item Mae Clarke found in her face thanks to Jimmy Cagney in "Public Enemy"
    $500 8
This Israeli gained fame in the '70s by bending spoons "psychically"
    $500 6
Punt receiver's arm signal which says "I'm not gonna run, you're not gonna tackle"
    $500 17
"Banana bender" is slang for someone from this northeast Australian state

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Ron Kevin Luann
$1,500 $1,500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Kevin Luann
$2,000 $2,600 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
It runs from the Okefenokee Swamp to the "old folks at home"
    $200 1
1980 film "The Nude Bomb" tried to revive this '60s TV spy show
    $200 13
Bob Hope called her "the only new face in the Republican Party" after she got a lift
    $200 12
The chief prosecuting officer of a city or county, known by his initials
    $200 19
Among the metals, it is the best conductor of heat, electricity & the Lone Ranger
    $200 2
No. of hills ancient Rome was built on
    $400 20
The Tagus River is the longest river on this European peninsula
    $400 9
Rob Reiner rock spoof a spineless jellyfish could never experience
    $400 27
First lady who had the same married & maiden names
    DD: $1,400 14
Police chief of detectives who rolled around San Francisco to the following:
    $400 24
Used as an insecticide, this poisonous alkaloid is extracted from tobacco
    $400 7
Pharaohs grew this as a sign of authority, with even female rulers wearing a false one
    $600 21
This popular resort town is not in Switzerland, but in Wisconsin
    $600 5
Alan Arkin's profession in "The In-Laws"
    $600 15
An accusation in writing found & presented by a grand jury
    $600 6
Small stones & gravel end up in this part of a bird's digestive system where they help crush the food
    $600 8
It is believed astronomers from this Far East country observed sunspots as early as 28 A.D.
    DD: $1,400 22
Manitoulin Island, in this Great Lake, is the world's largest island within a lake
    $800 4
Contents of the right box in "The Wrong Box"
    $800 16
In the federal court system, it's the court between the U.S. District & Supreme courts
    $800 25
Discovery of this "ancient man" in England proved to be a hoax
    $800 10
The Egyptians began using these work animals after invaders brought them from Asia
    $1000 23
The African river which plunges over Victoria Falls
    $1000 3
In '53, the phrase "professional virgin" in this film shocked the nation
    $1000 28
Though he called his wife Florence the "Duchess" this president had a child by Nan Britton
    $1000 17
An amendment is to the Constitution as this is to a will
    $1000 26
French chemist who explained fire, gave oxygen its name & was guillotined during Revolution
    $1000 11
Country in which Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego were cast into a fiery furnace

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Kevin Luann
$7,400 $600 -$2,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A vaccine developed in 1796 made this disease the 1st conquered by man

Final scores:

Ron Kevin Luann
$13,400 $1,200 -$2,100
5-day champion: $47,401 2nd place: Dresher Brass bed + Dakotah bedroom ensemble 3rd place: Berkine recliner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron Kevin Luann
$7,800 $1,500 -$2,100
24 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)
3 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $7,200

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Game tape date: 1985-01-21
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