Show #445 - Friday, May 23, 1986

"Signature game" with all clues prepared by Jeopardy! researcher Sean Wright.


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Scott Lavender, a musician originally from Findlay, Ohio

Eve Lohman, a freelance writer from Santa Monica, California

Lisa May, a hotel auditor from Hawthorne, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
Why "Last Man Club" member Al Underriner drank a toast to 144 former WWI army buddies in 1985
    $100 21
The question some old codger would ask at the end of almost every episode
    $100 15
As Hitchcock knew, "give a man enough" of this, "and he'll hang himself"
    $100 26
Since a 9th c. pope had 1 put on a church steeple, this animal has been on weather vanes
    $100 2
Not too bright but very strong, 12 labors atoned for his doing wrong
    $100 1
A cropped permanent, a brief gesture of farewell, or a radio band
    $200 6
Inspired by the Live Aid concert, Willie Nelson organized this to do "something for our own folks"
    $200 22
A potential sponsor, Gingham Bread's request was denied when it asked to change Silver's name to this
    $200 16
Violins & cellos belong to this orchestral section
    $200 27
Because this winter weather phenomenon keeps heat in the soil, roots don't freeze
    $200 3
The riddle he solved, the Sphinx is annoyed; his "complex" supports the sons of doc Freud
    $200 11
Puritan, Wesson or Crisco
    $300 7
Runaway disciples left his Oregon town $55 million in debt, this religious leader claimed
    $300 23
The composer of the Lone Ranger's theme
    $300 18
A good raconteur can spin this well
    $300 28
For a 24-hour period, it's 73.62 inches
    $300 4
More swift was he than any god, 2 snakes curled round his winged rod
    $300 12
It could be said that a hapless person is always "a day late &" this
    $400 9
Vitaly Yurchenko made headlines 3 months apart by doing this twice
    $400 24
Tonto had "White Feller", then "Paint", before he found this horse
    $400 19
Fibrous band of dense tissue connecting muscles; the one in Achilles' heel was vulnerable
    $400 8
Brothers of Helen, yet now from on high these twins twinkle brightly, amid the night sky
    $400 13
What you are when you get short of breath very quickly
    $500 10
The game's oldest player that year, this Yankee made last game of season his 300th win
    $500 25
The ranger used this article of his dead brother's clothing to make his mask
    $500 20
In 1937, its last year of existence, this company produced 1st U.S. car with a supercharger
    $500 17
The witch who poisoned men with wine, she changed Ulysses' crew to swine
    DD: $500 14
Comedian who plays the character for whom life holds no greater thrill than meeting the following:

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

Lisa Eve Scott
$1,300 $700 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Eve Scott
$1,500 $1,700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And since we had SHORT featured in the first round, we now have [*], with the word "LONG" in quotation marks.)
    $200 2
The 2 Italian cities whence came the "Two Gentlemen" & "The Merchant"
    $200 1
When she saw Lauren Bacall sitting on his piano, Bess told him maybe it was time to quit playing
    $200 13
Though a Western nation, Austria's coat of arms has an eagle w/these 2 Soviet symbols in its talons
    $200 14
Jesus gave himself this title because, he explained, "I know my sheep & mine know me"
    $200 8
Darryl F. Zanuck's cinematic view of D-Day, it won 2 Oscars in 1962
    $400 4
Today, when not in London, it's where Prince Philip & his "merry wife" live
    $400 3
President who posed for so many pictures at a 1932 baseball game he forgot to throw out the 1st ball
    $400 22
What the German word, "Osterreich", meaning "outer empire", means to Austrians
    $400 15
By changing Simon's name to this, Jesus was, in effect, calling him "Rocky"
    $400 9
Robert Newton "Har-har, hee-hee, har-harred" through title role as this buccaneer
    $600 19
He came "to wive it wealthily in Padua, if wealthily, then happily in Padua"
    DD: $2,000 28
3 Garridebs, The Sign of 4, 5 Orange Pips, 6 Napoleons
    $600 5
Teddy's daughter Alice said this 1920s scandal-ridden Pres. was not a bad man, "he was just a slob"
    $600 23
Birthplace of Mozart, this province takes its name from its famous old salt mines
    $600 16
Also called "Didymus", there is no "doubting" he offered to die with Jesus in Jerusalem
    $600 10
As Philip Marlowe, Elliott Gould took a while to bid farewell in this film
    $800 20
Complete with Mounties, the forest of Arden became Canada's north woods in S.D. Old Globe's version of this
    $800 27
The name of Red Nichols' band
    $800 6
When her husband told Vikki Carr she was his favorite "Mexican dish", this outspoken 1st lady spoke out
    $800 24
Before the Roman conquest in 14 B.C., this Gaelic tribe inhabited the country
    $800 17
Jesus nicknamed this ruler "that fox"
    $800 11
This 1945 Gary Cooper Western inspired 1959 Coasters' hit about a "Slow talkin', slow walkin'" hero
    $1000 21
Not Athens' golden age tyrant, Shakespeare's Pericles was prince of this city in Lebanon
    $1000 26
Ike's refusal to apologize for this incident caused Khrushchev to "walk out" of 1960 summit
    DD: $600 7
FDR almost didn't appoint him ambassador to Great Britain because he was bowlegged
    $1000 25
This ruggedly beautiful Alpine province is cut in 2 by territory ceded to Italy after WWI
    $1000 18
Asked if he were the Messiah, he said he was merely "a voice crying in the wilderness"
    $1000 12
Not even a Cole Porter score could save this botched Bogdanovich homage to 1930s musicals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Eve Scott
$5,700 $1,500 $400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

War in which the ship "Constitution" received the name "Old Ironsides"

Final scores:

Lisa Eve Scott
$4,400 $3,000 $799
2-day champion: $9,401 2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs + Serengeti Drivers sunglasses 3rd place: trip to Palm Springs, California

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Eve Scott
$6,100 $3,500 $400
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $10,000

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Game tape date: 1985-12-11
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