Show #758 - Wednesday, December 16, 1987

Contestants

David Nagy, a rock singer from Los Angeles, California

Jody Hess, a teacher from Sherman Oaks, California

Robin Maisel, an attorney from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH "E"
GEOGRAPHY
THE JETSONS
POLITICAL FIGURES
ANIMAL OFFSPRING
FOOD
    $100 8
The Greek god of erotic love
    $100 6
The Brig O'Doon refers to a bridge over the River Doon in this part of the United Kingdom
    $100 26
The Jetsons' maid, Rosie, & George's office supervisor, Uniblab, are these
    $100 1
Chiang Ching was his 3rd wife; he may well have had a little black book in addition to his red one
    $100 17
A general term for the young of most fish, or how you cook them after you catch them
    $100 2
"Joy of Cooking" says these 8-armed creatures can be tenderized by "mercilessly" beating them
    $200 10
A smoldering coal
    $200 7
It's the largest area of land named for Thomas West, Lord de la Warr
    $200 27
Member of the family who attends the little dipper school
    $200 15
In 1962 he went into space; in 1975, he went into the Senate
    $200 22
A young kangaroo, or a musical pal
    $200 18
1 recipe for this holiday pie filling calls for candied orange peel, chopped ox heart, & suet
    $300 12
The kind of letter you'd send to the Ephesians
    $300 3
The northern part of this country was once called "Kitai" or "Cathay"
    $300 28
While Spacely made sprockets, Cogswell made these
    $300 11
Jawaharlal Nehru's daughter
    $300 23
The male young of these are called cockerels; the female young, pullets
    $300 19
To make jellied cranberry sauce, boil fresh cranberries until they do this
    DD: $1,600 14
Anything relating to "Good Queen Bess" is known by this adjective
    $400 4
Since August 10 was this saint's day, Cartier named the bay he discovered that day in 1535 after him
    $400 29
Best known as "Blondie" in films, she provides Jane Jetson with her voice
    $400 9
The Washington Post said Nixon sent this man a letter praising the tone of his May 8, 1987 withdrawal speech
    $400 24
A young rat, seal, or, so we're told, dragon
    $400 20
After melted butter has its sediment removed, it's called this
    $500 16
International language known by the pseudonym of its inventor, L.L. Zamenhof
    $500 5
The rock & fortress of Masada are found by this sea's shore
    $500 30
Before the Jetsons got him, he belonged to zillionaire J.P. Gottrockets & was named Tralfax
    $500 13
This Greek actress is now Greece's Minister of Culture
    $500 25
A hinny is the offspring of these 2 animals
    $500 21
A milk made from these beans may be substituted in recipes calling for cow's milk

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

Robin Jody David
$500 $1,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Jody David
$1,800 $2,600 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
THE CIVIL WAR
PLAYWRIGHTS
THE QUEEN'S ENGLISH
AMERICAN BUSINESS
SHOW BIZ BILLYs
    $200 22
His drinking & arguments with friend Gauguin may have led to his self-inflicted ear "surgery"
    $200 5
This Union general's facial growth gave us the word "sideburns"
    $200 20
His daddy used to say, "You're makin' me nervous as a cat on a hot tin roof!"
    $200 3
In England, if you're "riding to hounds", you're not headed for a dog show but engaged in this sport
    $200 1
Miles Labs is owned by this W. German co., but Sterling Drug makes the brand of aspirin
    $200 12
He's backed by The Beaters
    $400 28
In later life, Renoir's hands became so crippled with arthritis, these had to be tied to them
    $400 7
U.S. officials twice asked this Italian patriot to serve as a Union major-general
    $400 24
He left Norway in 1864 & wrote nearly all of his major plays abroad
    $400 4
If you ask for jelly in a British restaurant, you won't get jam but this trade name dessert
    $400 2
After taking over this company, Thomas Watson ordered "THINK" signs placed in every company room
    DD: $1,000 13
Heard here, he changed his last name, saying "I can be" one "just by calling myself one":

"Hey, little sister, what have you done? /
Hey, little sister, who's the only one?"
    $600 29
His own stunted physique caused him to seek out & paint outcasts of Paris
    $600 9
Before becoming a Republican, Abraham Lincoln belonged to this political party
    $600 25
Ben Hecht's partner, Chas. MacArthur, was married to this "First Lady of the American Theater"
    $600 6
A panda car isn't driven by pandas but by these people
    $600 15
It's known as "the AMEX" for short
    $600 14
He's the only filmmaker ever to take home three Academy Awards in 1 night for 1 film, in 1960 for "The Apartment"
    $800 30
Rembrandt's career is spanned by a remarkable series of painfully honest portraits of this man
    $800 11
His victories led to his being appointed 1st rear admiral , vice admiral & admiral in U.S. history
    $800 26
Though he was a British subject when he wrote "The Cocktail Party", he was born in Missouri
    DD: $1,900 8
Headlines in the London papers mentioning the "Provos" are referring to them
    $800 19
If you buy Yuban, Sanka, Brim, Maxim, or Maxwell House, you're getting your coffee from this co.
    $800 17
Nicknamed "The Vibrato", he was 1 of the 1st black singers to break the color barrier
    $1000 23
16th century Venetian artist named for his father's profession as a dyer
    $1000 16
Because this Mississippi stronghold fell on July 4, Independence Day wasn't observed there until 1945
    $1000 27
He won an Oscar for writing "Splendor in the Grass", was he's better known for "Bus Stop"
    $1000 10
In America, Checkers was Richard Nixon's dog; in Britain, chequers is this
    $1000 21
In 1859, the world's 1st successful oil well was drilled just outside this Penn. town
    $1000 18
As far as we know, this black American is the only "5th Beatle" who fits this category

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Jody David
$3,800 $5,000 $14,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE NEW TESTAMENT
Never mentioned by name in the Bible, this daughter of Herodias is one of the most famous women in it

Final scores:

Robin Jody David
$800 $200 $18,400
2nd place: a trip to St. Martin 3rd place: ProTec Sports PTS Turbo 1000 exercise machine New champion: $18,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robin Jody David
$3,800 $4,400 $11,900
8 R,
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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