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    DD: $2,400 26
2 of the 5 double letter words found in the titles of 1987's "Best Picture" Oscar nominees
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Show #792 - Tuesday, February 2, 1988

Barbara-Anne Eddy game 2.
Final Jeopardy! logo flashes on the game board's monitors instead of the show's logo.

Contestants

Robin Harkleroad, a banker from Bakersfield, California

Sue Wulfestieg, a homemaker from Tacoma, Washington

Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $11,200)

Jeopardy! Round

TECHNOLOGY
LONDON MONUMENTS
BOTTOMS UP
HITS OF THE '80s
ACTORS OF THE PAST
"UN" WORDS
    $100 14
This war temporarily interfered with the development of nylon for civilian use
    $100 1
A Doric column surmounted by a huge ball of flame commemorates this tragedy of 1666
    $100 8
A sad sister, or brand of wine husband-wife team Stiller & Meara promoted on radio
    $100 5
The profits from this Sager/Bacharach Grammy-winning 1986 single go to AIDS research
    $100 6
James O'Neill, father of this playwright, was arrested for playing Jesus in a passion play
    $100 10
Tom, Miltie, or $crooge
    $200 18
This writing tool was reportedly invented after Lazlo Biro noticed how fast printer's ink dried
    $200 2
George G. Scott was knighted by Queen Victoria primarily for designing the ornate memorial to this prince
    $200 25
If the fermentation occurs on the bottom of the barrel, it's beer; if it occurs on top, it's this
    $200 21
Diana Ross dedicated "Missing You" to this late singer with whom she had 2 Top 40 hits in the '70s
    $200 9
19th C. English star Fanny Kemble wrote a book denouncing this, even tho her husband owned a GA. plantation
    $200 11
If you ask the Miami operator for Don Johnson's phone number, she'll probably tell you it's this
    $300 20
About 1840, an alphabetic code was created for communication via this new invention
    $300 3
Lord Nelson's statue in Trafalgar Square is guarded by 4 of these bronze beasts
    DD: $1,000 26
Brand that calls itself "the finest vodka on ice", or the composition heard here:
    $300 22
2 of 4 #1 songs that Phil Collins has had without Genesis
    $300 12
At age 80, William Gillette was still playing this British detective, his most famous role
    $300 15
An "unspeakable" euphemism for underwear
    $400 23
Early phonographs which featured jeweled styluses used cylinders covered with this
    $400 4
This statue in Kensington Gardens was designed in honor of J.M. Barrie's play
    $400 27
A "7&7" combines these 2 specific brands, 1 potent, 1 not
    $400 13
Born on the isle of Jersey, this actress was nicknamed "The Jersey Lily"
    $400 17
Hades is also known as this, sure as hell
    $500 24
In 1910, Georges Claude created a new form of lighting by passing electricity thru this inert gas
    $500 7
The monument to this lord mayor of London isn't a statue of him, but of his famous cat
    $500 16
Armande Bejart was often 1st to play the ingenue roles created by this 17th C. playwright, her husband
    $500 19
Ointment

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

Barbara-Anne Sue Robin
$1,900 $300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara-Anne Sue Robin
$3,200 $1,300 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT HISTORY
FAIRY TALES
DOUBLE LETTERS
JFK
WOMEN
BIOLOGY
    $200 8
Oldest evidence of man's use of iron is some beads from 4000 B.C. found at Giza in this country
    $200 14
Tale in which a little child says, "But (he) hasn't got anything on"
    $200 15
Void's partner
    $200 3
Despite embargo which he himself instituted, JFK smoked cigars made in this country
    $200 13
Thought illiterate, Union spy Mary Bowser dusted the study & read papers of this Confederate leader
    $200 1
Of XX, XY or YY, chromosome pair that makes a man out of you
    $400 9
As in many cultures, the chief source of early Roman slaves was people captured during this
    $400 27
He saw the genie of the magician's ring as well as the genie of the lamp
    $400 16
A vessel specifically for expectorating
    $400 6
In 1963, JFK said he would completely withdraw our troops from there in 1965
    $400 20
A 19th century magazine editor, Sarah Hale is now remembered for this poem about a girl & her fleecy pet
    $400 2
It's what an amoeba uses its pseudopods for
    $600 10
In 363 A.D., this oracle's last prediction was that it would never again make a prediction
    $600 24
It can precede boy, jar or pepper
    $600 17
The Kennedys watched 1960 election returns from the family compound at this Cape Cod location
    $600 21
Tho Simone de Beauvoir wrote "The 2nd Sex", she said she wasn't one of these advocates of women's rights
    $600 4
They're the respiratory organs of the turtle
    $800 11
The name of this ancient city came from the Phoenician "Kart-hadasht", meaning "new town"
    $800 25
The only state in the lower 48 that ends in a double letter
    $800 18
He opposed JFK in both the 1952 Massachusetts senate race & on the 1960 Republican national ticket
    $800 22
Sarah Bernhardt, Sarah Siddons & Eva Le Gallienne were known for portraying this Shakespearean hero
    $800 5
Term for the central hole in the iris of most vertebrates
    $1000 12
According to local legend, the tomb of this "unlucky" Biblical prophet was in the city of Nineveh
    DD: $2,400 26
2 of the 5 double letter words found in the titles of 1987's "Best Picture" Oscar nominees
    $1000 19
When companies in this industry raised prices in April 1962, he got them to back down
    DD: $2,000 23
Her 1896 "Boston Cooking School Cook Book" was 1st to use precise measures now common in U.S. cookbooks
    $1000 7
From the Norman French meaning to shed roe, it's the process of egg laying by fish

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara-Anne Sue Robin
$10,000 $4,500 $2,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 50 STATES
5-digit number found on all current Minnesota auto license plates

Final scores:

Barbara-Anne Sue Robin
$10,500 $9,000 $0
2-day champion: $21,700 + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! computer game 2nd place: Soundesign deluxe audio/video center & Sam Moore Furniture wing chair + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! computer game 3rd place: Frigidaire refrigerator/freezer + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! computer game

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Barbara-Anne Sue Robin
$12,400 $4,500 $2,400
29 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
2 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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