Show #662 - Tuesday, June 23, 1987

Bob Verini game 4.

Contestants

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Linda Marshall, a housewife from Great Falls, Virginia

J.J. Fowell, a part-time pizza maker from Hollywood, California

Bob Verini, a playwright and actor from New York City, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BRAIN
THE MILITARY
THE MOVIES
THE BAHAMAS
THE OLYMPICS
"THE"
    $100 13
The 4 in the brain are the frontal, temporal, occipital, & parietal, none pierced as ears can be
    $100 6
It's said the reason the weren't more WWII kamikazes was the shortage of these
    $100 8
For the 30th anniversary of this Mike Todd film, "Lifestyles"' Robin Leach circled the globe in 80 hours
    $100 4
On July 10, 1973, Prince Charles represented Queen Elizabeth at ceremonies celebrating this
    $100 22
This competition is divided into springboard & platform events
    $100 15
National League ballpark that commonly uses the word "the" in its title
    $200 25
Intensive indoctrination aimed at replacing your basic convictions with the party line
    $200 9
973 dress white garrison caps were tossed in the air at this Hudson River site May 28, 1986
    $200 7
In "Crimes of the Heart" she shot her husband; in "'Night Mother," she shot herself
    $200 5
With international banking #2, this is the leading industry of the Bahamas
    $200 23
Ecaterina Szabo led this country's women's gymnastics team to the gold in the 1984 games
    $200 16
Words which should precede name on the envelope when writing to a U.S. ambassador
    $300 26
Slow brain waves on the EEG record show you're in Stage I of this
    $300 10
British soldiers do this with their palms out, rather than down
    $300 1
Of Beau Brummel, Beau Geste, or Beau James, the one played in film by Bob Hope
    $300 14
Although considered part of the region, the Bahamas are not located in this sea
    $300 24
Competition whose events include team 3-day event & individual jumping
    DD: $400 19
They dropped "The" in the '60s, but recently put it back to avoid confusion with the talk show host:
    $400 29
To keep the correct water level in your tissues, osmoceptors monitor this as it travels thru the brain
    $400 11
It's reported that a U.S. military officer carrying "The football" is always with this man
    $400 2
1st paired in 1947's "I Walk Alone", their latest film together was 1986's "Tough Guys"
    $400 17
Of Bimini, New Providence, or Grand Bahama, the island on which you would visit the capital, Nassau
    $400 27
Number of the Olympiad whose games will be held in the summer of 1988
    $400 20
In David Frost's "TW3", it was the 2nd "TW" phrase
    $500 30
Sensations from the top rear two-thirds of it are carried to the brain by the lingual nerve
    $500 12
Country which, by far, suffered the most casualties in WWII
    $500 3
David O. Selznick was fined $5000 in 1939 for using this 4-letter word in a film
    $500 18
To prevent the Germans from kidnapping this ex-king, Churchill sent him to govern the Bahamas
    $500 28
Number of oars used by one crew in the rowing event which uses the most oars
    $500 21
It's 2nd verse begins, "On the shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep"

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

Bob J.J. Linda
$1,300 $800 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob J.J. Linda
$2,600 $1,300 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY
SHAKESPEARE'S LOVERS
FAMOUS WALTERS
AGRICULTURE
AMERICAN HISTORY
SWEET TALK
    $200 1
If you're thinking of the 2nd largest city in Colorado, this one should spring to mind
    $200 13
"The barge she sat in, like a burnisht throne burned on the water..."
    $200 2
She's the only woman from any branch of the news media ever to make Gallup's list of "Most Admired Women"
    $200 7
It usually takes over 4 lbs. of feed for a hen to produce a dozen of these
    $200 12
Nixon's Att'y-Gen. E. Richardson resigned & Watergate prosecutor A. Cox was fired on this night of the week
    $200 11
Spiritually speaking, this "sweet" vehicle is "coming for to carry me home"
    $400 3
A province of Indonesia & a former territory of Australia share this, the world's 2nd largest island
    $400 24
Bassanio found this lady lawyer's picture inside a leaden casket
    $400 26
He described his possum hero as a "reasonable, patient, softhearted, naive, friendly little person"
    $400 8
The larvae of this "cotton bug" are more destructive than the adults
    $400 14
John Jay, not John Marshall, was the first one
    $400 22
The last 3 words in "God Bless America", they'd be appropriate on a sampler
    DD: $1,000 4
The Khyber Pass connects these 2 countries
    $600 23
In 3rd play in which he appears, he becomes king & gets a girl, but she can't speak English
    $600 25
"Good morning Mr. & Mrs. South America & all the ships at sea! Let's go to press!"
    $600 9
The average farm in this Southwestern state is larger than the average farm in any other state
    $600 15
After the original 13, this was the 1st state admitted to the Union
    $600 27
Scottish poet who admitted "The sweetest hours that e'er I spend are spent among the lasses, O"
    $800 5
Seeing residents huddled around campfires on the shore, Magellan named the region this, meaning "Land of fire"
    $800 19
After he murdered her husband, Lady Anne spit in his face & then agreed to wear his ring
    $800 21
In 1900, this U.S. Army medical officer proved yellow fever is spread by mosquito bites
    $800 10
After this takes place, a corn cob turns into an ear of corn
    $800 16
These 2 self-governing outlying areas of the U.S. were acquired from Spain in 1898
    $800 28
In this 1969 Neil Diamond hit, "Good times never seemed so good"
    $1000 6
1 of the 2 gulfs which border the Sinai Peninsula
    $1000 18
In "12th Night" it's Maria, not Olivia, who writes him the love not about his yellow stockings
    DD: $1,000 20
World Book calls him "The 1st novelist to portray peasant characters sympathetically"
    $1000 17
In his 1835 book "Democracy in America", this Frenchman predicted the present age's 2 superpowers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob J.J. Linda
$5,800 $2,500 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POP MUSIC
Elvis Presley record which held Billboard #1 singles position for 11 weeks, longest in rock era

Final scores:

Bob J.J. Linda
$9,201 $5,000 $8,600
4-day champion: $36,202 3rd place: a serigraph of Afternoon Walk by Susan Rios from Martin Lawrence Galleries 2nd place: a trip to the Caribbean

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob J.J. Linda
$6,200 $3,500 $4,600
23 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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