Show #351 - Monday, January 13, 1986

Missing 1 incorrect response in the Jeopardy! Round.


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John Goodwin, a truck driver from Portland, Oregon

Sherrie Ballard, a legal secretary from Van Nuys, California

Pat Hanrahan, an actor from Stanton, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
In literature, it's described both a "duckling" & an "American"
    $100 21
All worker ants in an ant colony are this sex
    $100 6
NBC police series that won Emmys in 8 categories in 1981 -- a single-season record
    $100 11
Time, not this ground "stay-awake" drink, sobers people up
    $100 1
These girls were a comic punk novelty act before they "got the beat"
    $100 22
A "monocycle"
    $200 17
Paired with "circumstance", it frequently accompanies processions
    $200 25
Named for color of scales on its body, this insect loves to eat cereal, glue & your starched clothes
    $200 7
Fred MacMurray was considered for this role before Raymond Burr landed it
    $200 12
Fried food or this candy bar staple do not really cause acne
    $200 2
Waylon Jennings was once a member of this, Buddy Holly's back-up group
    $300 18
One can be dirty, Polish, or knock-knock
    $300 26
If 2 queen bees hatch at the same time, they fight until one kills the other by doing this
    $300 8
This prestigious PBS show became 1st national daily news hour in 1983
    $300 13
Triggering stomach acid, milk can actually irritate, not soothe, this stomach disorder
    $300 3
She was once a "Beach Boy", along with her husband, Daryl Dragon
    $300 23
A final proposition or demand made by 1 of 2 negotiating parties
    $400 19
The measure of a hand, a, life, or an airplane's wings
    $400 27
Probably the most formidable of man's insect foes is this ubiquitous "Musca domestica"
    DD: $200 9
Cable network that adopted this Pointer Sisters song as its jingle:

"We shouldn't even think about tomorrow / Sweet memories will last a long, long time / We'll have a good time, baby, don't you worry / And if we're still playing 'round, boy, that's just fine / Let's get excited, we just can't hide it"
    $400 14
There is no scientific proof that eating this glutinous material makes fingernails strong
    $400 4
Before "Sara Smile"d, they met by sharing an elevator to escape a gang fight
    $500 20
White-rosed royal house that held the English throne from 1461-1485
    $500 10
Frank Sinatra was discovered in the radio version; Pat Boone, in this TV version
    $500 15
Taking salt tablets in hot weather may do these renal organs harm
    $500 5
Year in the '50s that the Beatles were formed
    $500 24
Formerly called Urga, it's the capital of Mongolia

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

Pat Sherrie! John
$700 $1,100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Sherrie! John
$2,500 $2,400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
FDR called him "Uncle Joe"
    $200 2
Country "square" from Mt. Idy who shared his letters from Mama
    $200 25
Dog breed used to flush rabbits from cover, though Snoopy prefers big game
    $200 7
Of vodka, whiskey, or brandy, the one said to be least likely to give you a hangover
    $200 8
John Huston & Ray Bradbury brought this Melville classic to the screen
    $200 1
Oldest of the original 13 colonies
    $400 21
On July 20, 1944, German col. Claus von Stauffenberg tried to do this
    $400 3
She's refused to play Ernestine in commercials touting telephone service
    $400 14
Author who mockingly called his absinthe & champagne recipe "Death in the Afternoon"
    $400 9
"Neurotic" cartoonist who displayed his "Carnal Knowledge" on the screen
    $400 12
In 1644, Peter Stuyvesant lost this in a battle with the Portuguese
    DD: $2,000 22
9 months before D-Day, American troops invaded this part of the European mainland
    $600 4
Crew-cut comic who'd warble, "Well, I'll be a dirty bird!"
    $600 29
Snares, pitfalls, & baits are used for this very old method of hunting
    $600 15
Mixer that Hannibal bathed in & Napoleon III decreed should be bottled "for the good of France"
    $600 10
Star of "Harold & Maude", she wrote "Pat & Mike" with husband Garson Kanin
    $600 13
Pirate Edward Teach, he tied most famous part of his body into pigtails using colored ribbons
    $800 26
If you go long enough without a bath even the fleas will let you alone, this correspondent wrote
    $800 5
The man with the "Button-Down Mind" who played Major Major in "Catch 22"
    $800 28
After the kill, you do this to game with a knife, not high heels & an evening gown
    $800 16
British bass, for example, served unpasteurized at room temperature
    $800 11
Author of "Exodus" who wrote screenplay for "Gunfight at the OK Corral"
    $800 18
He was born the 15th of 17 children in 1706
    $1000 23
To keep it out of British hands, Hitler ordered this ship scuttled off Uruguay in 1939
    $1000 6
She was dummy Jerry Mahoney's girlfriend before she became Garry Moore's girl Friday
    $1000 27
These aiming lines in a scope are sometimes made of spider web
    DD: $1,000 17
The 2 B's in B & B liqueur
    $1000 19
C. MacArthur & B. Hecht adapted "Wuthering Heights" for film but not this, their own 1928 hit play
    $1000 24

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Sherrie! John
$5,500 $9,600 $2,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

They were the last president & vice-president to be elected to a second term

Final scores:

Pat Sherrie! John
$500 $11,000 $5,600
3rd place: Lane recliner New champion: $11,000 2nd place: Lopi wood stove or fireplace + Armstrong carpeting

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pat Sherrie! John
$7,500 $9,800 $2,800
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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Game tape date: 1985-09-10
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