Show #176 - Monday, May 13, 1985


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Jeanne Frissell, a magazine editor originally from Willow Springs, Missouri

Barbara Rudolph, an administrative secretary from Perth, Texas

Carole Blatchford, a dental assistant from Tomball, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE '40S
(Alex: A great romantic...)
    $100 13
Columbia introduced this revolutionary record in '48, allowing us to hear 23 minutes instead of 4
    $100 1
Dennis Stein replaced Mexican lawyer Victor Luna as her choice for an 8th marriage
    $100 6
Type of test in which you might be asked to select A,B,C, or none of the above
    $100 9
Real name Diane Hall, she was Woody's co-star in "Annie Hall"
    $100 10
A baby tailor might throw a perfect one
    $100 12
From 1951 through 1983, this Montreal hockey team had 32 consecutive winning seasons
    $200 23
This right-wing group was named for the 1st victim of the "Cold War", killed in China in 1945
    $200 2
Humbert Humbert loved this Nabokov nymphet
    $200 7
They used to say if this animal died during the test, you were pregnant
    $200 14
Though Bogie really didn't say it in "Casablanca", Woody wrote a play & film with it as title
    $200 11
Follows drag & hair, precedes work & worth
    $200 19
Game you're playing when you're playing "roundball"
    $300 3
To spice up romance, you, too, can now dress & smell like these leading lovers on "Dynasty"
    $300 8
What "S.A.T." stands for
    $300 15
Two of the five Woody Allen films with one-word titles
    $300 20
Along with L.A., the only other city represented by 2 NFL teams
    $400 4
Black cats with a white stripe accidentally painted on their backs are pursued by this cartoon Romeo
    DD: $500 18
On radio they ask you to turn down your audio while they perform this test:
    $400 16
The second Mrs. Woody Allen, she was the one & only "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman"
    $400 21
Baltimore racetrack that's home of the Preakness Stakes
    $500 5
In her radio "Romance", she set out to prove that just because a woman was over 35, life was not over
    $500 17
"I don't want to achieve immortality through my work, I want to achieve it through not..." doing this
    $500 22
1984 P.G.A. winner who was hit by lightning in '75

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

Carole Barbara Jeanne
$900 $500 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carole Barbara Jeanne
$2,700 $500 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
The only U.S. state not on the North American mainland
    $200 9
The opposite of an introvert
    $200 2
You give him your car when you arrive, then pay him to get it back when you leave
    $200 18
Aquatic vocation of Jesus' disciples James, John, Peter & Andrew
    $200 1
The word "library" comes from the Latin "liber", which means this
    $200 4
Stagecoach robber Charles Bolton always left one of these signed "Black Bart, the Po8"
    $400 8
Mexico's Popocatepetl & Ixtacihuatl, for example
    $400 13
Frequent treatment before tranquilizers, patients got jolts from its volts
    $400 3
Not an after-dinner drink, it's what the little bowl of water served with a lemon slice is for
    $400 19
St. Paul's original name
    $400 5
Sam Bass was a Texas cowboy who stole from the rich & gave to the poor until captured by these lawmen
    $600 10
Famous 1897 gold rush took place in the Klondike in this territory
    $600 14
Term for what occurs when a 6-year-old boy fights for the attention given his little sister
    $600 17
He's also called the captain
    $600 20
Jesus' disciple who envisioned the apocalypse
    $600 6
He never killed anyone or even fired his famous weapon in anger, & supposedly nicknamed the FBI "G-men"
    $800 11
This British dependency in the Atlantic forms the most northerly group of coral islands in the world
    $800 15
Meaning "of split mind", its forms are simple, acute, catatonic, hebephrenic & paranoid
    $800 23
A dish served "Veronique" is garnished with this fruit
    $800 21
Jesus said you always have them with you
    $800 25
Alfred Noyes wrote a famous poem about this kind of robber
    DD: $500 12
Direction you'd be traveling when going through the Panama Canal from the Pacific to the Atlantic side
    $1000 16
Freud's term for the sexual drive
    $1000 24
In English, this means "a cutlet in the manner of Vienna"
    $1000 22
Pilate let him take Jesus' body after the crucifixion
    $1000 26
Hampered by orders not to use Mexican railroads, this U.S. general failed to capture Pancho Villa

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carole Barbara Jeanne
$6,200 -$2,300 $1,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Last Democratic president to serve 2 complete terms, no more, no less

Final scores:

Carole Barbara Jeanne
$6,400 -$2,300 $2,999
3-day champion: $22,199 3rd place: Berkline recliner 2nd place: Dresher brass bed + Dakotah bedroom ensemble

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carole Barbara Jeanne
$6,700 -$1,800 $1,500
24 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $6,400

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Game tape date: 1985-01-22
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