Responses for Show #822 - Tuesday, March 15, 1988

Ron Trigueiro game 3.

Contestants

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Jeanne Douglas, a secretary from Los Angeles, California

Tom Brothers, an attorney from Lynnwood, Washington

Ron Trigueiro, a student from Caruthers, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,100)

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Jeopardy! Round responses

FORMER CAPITALS
CARTOONS
COLLEGES
BEER
BROADWAY LYRICS
STARTS WITH "H"
    $100 6
St. Petersburg (Petrograd)

Jeanne
    $100 26
magic bag (of tricks)

Ron
    $100 2
Princeton

Ron
    $100 10
Pabst

Ron
    $100 16
the horn

Jeanne
    $100 12
hack

Ron
    $200 5
(Jeanne: What is Montreal?)

Quebec (City)

RonJeanne
    $200 27
Heckle & Jeckle

Ron
    $200 3
Yale

Ron
    $200 18
foam (head)

Jeanne
    $200 17
...
(Alex: Right, from My Fair Lady.)

her face

Ron
    $200 13
half note

Ron
    $300 1
Spain

Ron
    $300 28
Horse

Jeanne
    $300 4
Heidelberg

Ron
    $300 22
(Tom: [making the selection] Could we have beer for $300?)
(Alex: Certainly. An expensive beer.)

hops

Tom
    $300 19
(Alex: The lusty month.)

May

Jeanne
    $300 14
house lights

Jeanne
    $400 7
(Ron: What is Thebes?)

Memphis

Ron
Triple Stumper
    $400 29
(Tom: Who is Rodriguez?)
...
(Alex: [in accent] [*], yes.)

Speedy Gonzales

RonTom
    $400 9
Sorbonne

Jeanne
    $400 23
(Jeanne: Michelob, what is Michelob?)

Heineken

RonJeanne
    $400 20
your overcoat

Jeanne
    $400 15
Huguenots

Tom
    $500 8
Rawalpindi (or Karachi)

Ron
    $600 30
(Ron: [pause] Oh, who is, um, Knucklehead Smith?)
(Alex: Knucklehead Smith? Did you create that name, Ron? [Laughter] Come on, fess up, you made it up didn't you?)
(Ron: Yeah.)
...
(Alex: [before giving the DJ! round categories] Even though you didn't realize it at the time your brain was working in the right direction a few moments ago when you gave Knucklehead Smith as one of your responses in the cartoon category. I've just been informed that Knucklehead Smith was the number 2 doll of ventriloquist, Paul Winchell. His more famous one of course is Jerry Mahoney, so you were on the right track, Ron.)

Woody Woodpecker

Ron
    $500 11
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Ron
    $500 25
old

Jeanne
    $500 21
(Tom: What is [*] or often called [*].)
(Alex: Right. [Laughter] Nice going. Thank you.)

"Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered" or "Bewitched"

Tom
    $500 24
Hobson's choice

Tom

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ron Tom Jeanne
$2,100 $400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$2,800 $1,300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

VERMONTERS
WOMEN IN FICTION
FAMILIAR PHRASES
CLASSICAL MUSIC
THE 20TH CENTURY
CELEBRITY ODD JOBS
    $200 3
Ethan Allen

Ron
    $200 26
Wendy

Tom
    $200 27
[The end-of-round signal sounds.]

T-square

Ron
    $200 16
transistor

Jeanne
    $200 17
Red Buttons

Ron
    $400 4
Calvin Coolidge

Tom
    $400 15
Isolde

Tom
    $400 12
Ford

Tom
    $400 18
Tammy Wynette

Ron
    $1,100 10
(Ron: Uh, who is, uh, uh, Grandma Moses?)

Norman Rockwell

Ron
    $600 9
Tess of the d'Urbervilles

Ron
    $600 23
shilly-shally

Tom
    $600 13
Finnish

Ron
    $600 7
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)

Tom
    $600 19
...
(Alex: Yes, and they told me he was a towel boy there. [Laughter])

Steve McQueen

Ron
    $800 11
woman governor

Tom
    $800 5
Merci

Triple Stumper
    $300 8
(Tom: What is uh...I have no idea?)

first string & second string

Tom
    $800 24
(Tom: What is atonal?)
(Ron: What is diatonic?)

12-tone or 12-note chromatic scale

RonTom
Triple Stumper
    $800 2
Pius

Ron
    $800 20
Louis L'Amour

Ron
    $1000 14
(Ron: Who is Cyrus McCormick?)

John Deere

Ron
Triple Stumper
    $1000 6
Pollyanna

Tom
    $1000 22
in the nick of time

Jeanne
    $1000 25
Gustav Mahler

Triple Stumper
    $1000 1
(Tom: What is Buffalo?)
(Alex: Be more specific on that, please.)
(Tom: [mumbled] )

Love Canal (Niagara)

TomJeanne
    $1000 21
Bob Hoskins

Jeanne

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$4,300 $3,600 $5,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

COLONIAL AMERICA
(Tom: I was writing Maryland.)
(Alex: Yeah, I thought that's what you might be going for, but unfortunately, there isn't enough showing there for us to decipher it.)
[After Ron's response Alex added that PA & DE were the Penn family and MD was the Calvert family.]
TomWhat is M [followed by short squiggle]
$3,600
RonWhat is Pennsylvania?
$4,300
JeanneWhat is Georgia?
$3,500
(1 of) Pennsylvania, Delaware or Maryland

Final scores:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$8,600 $0 $1,700
3-day champion: $36,700 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Jeopardy! box game 2nd place: Oak dining furniture by Keller & Villeroy & Bochi dishes + Jeopardy! box game

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$6,000 $3,900 $5,200
24 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1987-11-18
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