Show #794 - Thursday, February 4, 1988

Barbara-Anne Eddy game 4.
Final Jeopardy! logo flashes on the game board's monitors instead of the show's logo.

Contestants

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Karen Conley, an airline customer service agent from Burlington, Kenrucky

Cynthia Green, a journalist from Tarrytown, New York

Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (whose 3-day cash winnings total $30,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

CANADA
ART
'87 ANNIVERSARIES
(Alex: There were a number of important anniversaries last year & this is our way of paying tribute to those.)
BASEBALL
MUSICAL JEWELRY
5-LETTER WORDS
    $100 1
About 67% of Canadians speak only this language
    $100 20
One goal of this Spanish surrealist is the exact rendering of Freudian dreams
    $100 10
April 1987 was the 25th anniversary of the U.S. probe "landing" here
    $100 9
A manager will sometimes call for a "fireman" from there, not from the fire department
    $100 6
In 1987, Ray Stevens asked, "Would Jesus wear" this make of watch "on his television show?"
    $100 5
Term for the outer shell of the Earth, or a pie
    $200 2
In both area & population, it's the 3rd largest province -- & the westernmost
    $200 21
Blurring out lines to soften images, as in corners of a smile, was this Italian's invention
    $200 18
This, the world's largest-selling brand of canned luncheon meat, turned 50 in 1987
    $200 16
You'll find spring training facilities for all Major League teams split among these 2 states
    $200 7
This musical number from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" was truly brilliant
    $200 11
Word which follows "razor" & precedes "as a tack"
    $300 3
3 of these national emblems are on Canada's coat of arms, but the flag has only 1
    $300 22
Nationality of painters Hieronymus Bosch, Frans Hals & Piet Mondrian
    $300 19
USA Today said more people had seen this 50-year-old Disney feature than any other film ever made
    $300 15
In the string of great hits Glenn Miller recorded from 1939-42, this 1 is a gem
    $300 12
Inflict vengeance on a person, creating havoc
    $400 4
The Royal Ontario Museum, Canada's foremost art museum, is in this city
    $400 23
His "Gulf Stream" depicts a forlorn black man on a broken-masted sailboat surrounded by sharks
    $400 25
We won't "Dilly Dally", get "Bluster"ed or "Buffalo" 'ya, but it was this puppet's 40th anniversary
    DD: $300 17
Title of the following title song from a 1947 movie about gypsies & espionage:
    $400 13
A complete range of anything, you might run it from A-Z
    $500 8
Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier reportedly said this city "is to French-Canadians what Mecca is to Arabs"
    $500 24
It was the rallying cry of a group of 19th C. artists who believed art needed no purpose
    $500 26
His "Twice Told Tales" were 1st "told" in 1837, 150 years before
    $500 27
In "Kismet", the 3 "B's" refer not to Bach, Beethoven & Brahms, but to this song title
    $500 14
A "$1000" piano

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

Barbara-Anne Cynthia Karen
$900 $1,000 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara-Anne Cynthia Karen
$2,400 $1,500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
ENGINEERING
"B" MOVIES
HISTORICAL DRAMA
THE ERA
[Alex pronounced the category title as shown, like in the reference to time.]
5-LETTER WOODS
(Alex: And this will be the last time you will ever see a "Woods" category on our program!)
    $200 1
In 1962, "Pat" Brown defeated him in race for governor of California
    $200 17
The longest bridge of this type is due to be completed in 1988 in Japan
    $200 12
In 1987, Blake Edwards set Kim Basinger up for one of these
    $200 6
Charles Laughton translated Brecht's play about this Italian astronomer into English
    $200 11
The 1st state to ratify the ERA was this, the last state
    $200 14
In the office hierarchy, you might be low man on this type of pole
    $400 2
Last man to be elected president who was born east of the Mississippi River
    $400 18
Tho they don't go rolling along, pressurized chambers called this are used in underwater construction
    $400 13
Victor Herbert operetta that featured Laurel & Hardy in 1934, it was remade in 1961
    $400 7
Albert Finney created the title role in John Osborne's play about this man, lynchpin of the Reformation
    $400 15
One of the articles in a political platform, or a thick board used to build a platform
    $600 3
Thrust into presidency at age 42, he was the youngest ever to serve
    DD: $800 19
This, the world's largest engineering & construction agency, is a branch of the U.S. Army
    $600 21
1984 Tom Hanks film featuring a fiance's final fling
    $600 8
Southern state famed for its outdoor drama "The Lost Colony", staged every summer on Roanoke Island
    $600 16
One of these pieces is made of wood, while one of these Wrigley pieces is made of gum
    $800 4
He's known as the "Surveyor President"
    $800 20
Machinery w an output equaling 51,000 tons of ice cools off world's deepest gold mine in this country
    $800 22
Abbott & Costello accidentally enlisted in this 1941 film
    $800 9
Shakespeare play that features the christening of Shakespeare's patron, Elizabeth I
    DD: $2,000 28
Had the ERA become the next amendment to the Constitution, it would have borne this number
    $800 24
It can be poison or yma
    $1000 5
1st president born in a log cabin, he was also 1st born outside of Virginia or Massachusetts
    $1000 26
Though Romans used this support principle for aqueducts, it wasn't applied to dams until the 6th C.
    $1000 23
1 of 2 movie series titles that could be followed by "of 1936" or "of 1938"
    $1000 10
Robert Bolt's acclaimed play about the last days of Sir Thomas More
    $1000 27
The ERA is joint resolution #1 of 100th Congress, reintroduced by this state's representative, Pat Schroeder
    $1000 25
A narrow strip of wood forming part of a barrel; though not plural itself, it's from a plural of "staff"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara-Anne Cynthia Karen
$9,000 $4,500 $3,600
(lock-tie game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
Among Communist countries, the 2 national capitals that begin with "H"

Final scores:

Barbara-Anne Cynthia Karen
$9,000 $9,000 $0
4-day co-champion: $39,400 New co-champion: $9,000 2nd place: Broyhill 6-piece oak bedroom set & Ambassador Industries vertical blinds + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! computer game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barbara-Anne Cynthia Karen
$9,000 $4,600 $5,600
21 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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