Show #491 - Monday, October 27, 1986

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Karen Muranaka, an administration assistant from Los Angeles, California

Michael Hesse, a computer consultant originally from Chicago, Illinois

Lucy Sweeney, an apprentice baker from San Bruno, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Expression "hatchet job" is said to come from this lady who was famous for carrying a hatchet
    $100 1
Official language of the country in which Anthony Quinn was born
    $100 5
During 1948 campaign, he was often greeted with the song "I'm Just Wild About Harry"
    $100 15
In January of 1962, the Roman Catholic Church did this to Fidel Castro
    $100 2
This popular beauty accessory from Eva Gabor can really go to your head
    $100 19
On 5/25/86, it stretched, at least in theory, from the Statue of Liberty to Long Beach, California
    $200 12
While 4 states are also commonwealths, this is the only U.S. commonwealth that isn't a state
    $200 8
According to the World Almanac, of meo, miao & file gumbo, the one not an actual world language
    $200 6
He left CBS for ABC, but it's widely reported couldn't get along with co-anchor Barbara Walters
    $200 21
Literally "son of the commandment", a Jewish boy actually becomes rather than has one at the age of 13
    $200 3
Attention Kmart shoppers, we are currently featuring fashions for the lady by this TV angel
    $200 20
Of the 35 that move the hand, 20 are in the hand itself, while 15 are located in the forearm
    $300 14
By federal law, a new star can only be added to Old Glory on this single day of the year
    $300 25
Proper Yiddish is written in characters of this language
    $300 7
In early 1986, New York state Democratic leaders asked this singer to run for the U.S. Senate
    $300 22
H.L. Mencken coined this term for the part of our country said to take its religion most seriously
    $300 4
A line of Western boots is an appropriate endorsement for Larry Mahan, who rides high in this sport
    DD: $400 28
What Willie is doing in the following:

"I know a cat named Way-Out Willie"
    $400 17
In 1973, Yvonne Braithwaite Burke became the first member of Congress to get time off for this
    $400 26
Its official language is, of course, Bengali
    $400 13
Burns and Allen's announcer, he often appeared on their TV show
    $400 23
Though this church has over 4 million members,
it has only 39 temples worldwide
    $400 9
At Sears, you can buy a ladies' cover-up endorsed by this cover girl
    $500 18
State that's the mushroom capital of America
    $500 27
George Bernard Shaw called them "2 nations separated by a common language"
    $500 16
Probably the only famous Harry ever to have worked as a Playboy Club bunny
    $500 24
Name of this religion literally means "submission to God"
    $500 10
She has taken a royal plunge into designing swimsuits under the label Pool Position

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Lucy Michael Karen
-$100 $600 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lucy Michael Karen
$700 $3,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We had HANDS in the first round. In this round, we have FEET. We are obviously a program of extremities, or extremes. Sorry about that.)
    $200 10
East Germany's currency is the Ostmark, as opposed to this, West Germany's
    $200 2
David, though at birth it was Dwight
    $200 14
A minor automobile accident, often a rear-ender
    $200 22
Distinguishing eye color of a true biological albino
    $200 7
Parallel streets at Walt Disney Studios are named for these romantic rodents
    $200 1
Condition caused when the long plantar arch running from the heel to the ball of the foot falls
    $400 11
At the age of 17 in 1985, this West German became the youngest man ever to win Wimbledon
    $400 3
    $400 18
Ancient bullion, or the brand of cigarettes which danced on '50s television
    $400 23
Vertebrate class which breathes water when immature, then behaving like adults, breathes air
    $400 8
Appropriately, Chang & Eng were born here
    $400 25
From Latin for "sandal", it's the thick skin covering the bottom of the foot
    $600 15
In addition to its ham, this area is also famous for originating pumpernickel bread to serve it on
    $600 4
Rudolph, once his name was changed
    $600 19
Most superlatively attired
    $600 24
The process by which a lobster grows a new claw is called this
    $600 9
According to Dryden,
they gave their all for love; you bet your asp they did
    $600 26
Often causing gangrene, this practice begun in the Tang Dynasty didn't end until the 20th century
    $800 16
City where the imperial diet turned on Martin Luther
    $800 5
    DD: $500 20
Denizen of a rural municipality, or in CB slang, a police officer thereof
    $800 12
probably the most famous cockroach & cat team in literary history
    $800 27
Disease characterized by ulcer-like lesions on the gums, tongues, & feet of cloven-hoofed mammals
    $1000 17
Festival celebrating the 1810 wedding of Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen
    $1000 6
1st 20th century president to have a middle name
    $1000 21
What the Sioux would claim if the Apaches defamed them
    $1000 13
The names of this inseparable pair, spared by Dionysius, are synonymous with friendship

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lucy Michael Karen
$1,700 $5,100 $4,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Only family in which 3 generations have won Oscars

Final scores:

Lucy Michael Karen
$2,900 $6,800 $8,600
3rd place 2nd place New champion: $8,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lucy Michael Karen
$1,700 $5,500 $4,300
7 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $11,500

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Game tape date: 1986-08-27
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