Suggest correction - #4 - 1984-09-13

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    $200 11
The two point values an ace can have in blackjack

Show #4 - Thursday, September 13, 1984

Fourth episode.


Denise Stewart, a literary agent from Venice, California

Larry Silverman, a middle school vice-principal from Banning, California

Nancy Teri, a stockbroker originally from Wanatah, Indiana (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $8,390)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Christmas, Easter, or Bermuda, for example
    $100 10
The 1st asked in this game is usually "Animal, vegetable or mineral?"
    $100 6
Number of pockets on a pool table
    $100 19
It could be paddle wheel, cargo or tramp
    $100 13
Its seed is used in baking, but 1 type produces opium
    $100 1
In 1983 Americans used over 1¼ million gallons of this beach product
    $200 9
Europe's only wild monkeys live on this "rock"
    $200 11
The two point values an ace can have in blackjack
    $200 8
Color that always has opening move in chess
    $200 20
Charlton Heston was "on track" with it in "Ben Hur"
    $200 25
Long associated with Lebanon, this tree is on its flag
    $200 2
When it was rung for Chief Justice John Marshall's funeral, it cracked
    $300 16
1/3 the size of U.S., this royal kingdom has no rivers or lakes but lots of oil
    $300 12
Police precinct Barney Miller "dozen" work at any more
    $300 14
Versions of this board game take place in London, Madrid, & Atlantic City
    DD: $500 21
Vehicle Butch Cassidy rode during this song:
    $300 3
"Kingdom" that Khrushchev couldn't visit in 1959 U.S. trip
    $400 17
Largest country entirely in Europe
    $400 24
A race run by couples tied together at the ankle
    $400 15
Binney & Smith makes them in 64 colors
    $400 4
Dr. Seuss' egg-hatching elephant who was "faithful, 100%"
    $500 18
Clocks in Lima, Peru, read the same as in this U.S. time zone
    $500 23
Musical about Continental Congress, it included song "Sit Down, John"
    $500 22
She's been a teenage fashion model for over 25 years
    $500 5
It spent the night in a discount-house parking lot before heading to L.A. Coliseum

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Nancy Larry Denise
$100 $600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Larry Denise
$200 $2,500 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Lincoln's four brothers-in-law all served in this army
    $200 19
Mark Anthony borrowed them, then bent them
    $200 1
To Dustin Hoffman this '82 film was a "drag"
    $200 12
It succeeded Fort Whipple, Prescott, & Tucson as capital
    $200 6
He's the heavyweight of the A-Team
    $200 17
"Body-building" brand of bread from "the bakery people of IT&T"
    $400 8
Though shots fired at this garrison started the war, no casualties resulted
    $400 20
Over ½ of these are in your hands & feet
    $400 2
Film featuring March & Gaynor, Garland & Mason or Streisand & Kristofferson
    $400 25
Lincoln lived & practiced law here for 25 years before becoming president
    $400 13
Caveman comic strip created by Johnny Hart
    $400 18
In 1978, this German co. became first foreign automaker to make cars here
    $600 9
He was Lincoln's first choice to lead the Union army
    $600 21
Number of chambers in a judge's heart
    $600 3
In '84 he's a destroyer, in '82 he was just a barbarian
    $600 27
1 of 4 state capitals that end in word "City"
    $600 14
Letter shared by Sensuous Woman author & 76'ers Doctor
    $600 22
This company owns the world's tallest building
    $800 10
State that seceded from state that seceded
    $800 24
The body has over 60,000 miles of them
    $800 4
Walter Matthau & Tony Curtis both coached this kids' baseball team
    $800 15
What Bo Derek would have been in ancient Rome
    $800 23
Piggly Wiggly stores were the first of these
    $1000 11
General Nicknamed "Uncle Billy" who believed in total war
    DD: $3,500 26
Prominent zygomatic bones, considered an attractive facial feature
    $1000 5
Went from bit part in film "Little Shop of Horrors" to Oscars for Best Actor & Best Support
    $1000 16
Binet & Simon's measure of mental age

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Larry Denise
$3,200 $10,000 $7,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

Since 1970, the only cabinet department not headed by a secretary

Final scores:

Nancy Larry Denise
$100 $3,000 $200
3rd place: a "telephone center" New champion: $3,000 2nd place: a washer/dryer and watches

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Nancy Larry Denise
$3,200 $7,500 $7,000
8 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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