Show #1007 - Tuesday, January 10, 1989

Contestants

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Liz Silver, an advertising executive from San Jose, California

Charlie Brown, an attorney from Utica, New York

Dianne Bubb, a personal assistant originally from London, England (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

1984
KID STUFF
AUTOMOBILES
WINE
WOMEN
SONG
    $100 12
Svetlana Alliluyeva, this man's daughter, went back to the USSR
    $100 7
The Owl & the Pussycat bought this wedding accessory from a pig who wore it in his nose
    $100 14
A holder for one of these was available on the 1942 Pontiac, obviously for a rainy day
    $100 23
In making a red wine, this part of the grape must be included in the fermenting tank
    $100 5
It's believed no other woman held this rank on a U.S. merchant ship before Lynn Korwatch in 1988
    $100 1
He wrote songs like "You Gotta Start Off Each Day With a Song" & "Inka Dinka Doo"
    $200 13
After a 5 1/2 year hiatus, this quiz show returned to the air
    $200 8
"The Incredible Journey" described the incredible journey of 2 dogs & 1 of these
    $200 15
This popular German import sports a castle on the hub of its steering wheel
    $200 24
The world's leading wine producer, this European country produces even more than France
    $200 6
Tyka Nelson, sister of this rock star, titled her 1st album "Royal Blue" not, "Royal Purple"
    $200 2
Long before Roger Rabbit, Brer Rabbit hopped down the road with James Baskett in this 1946 film
    $300 16
The Space Shuttle Discovery captured 2 of these & brought them back to Earth to be repaired
    $300 9
Even though they were "baked in a pie", "4 & 20 blackbirds" did this "when the pie was opened"
    $300 28
To this car company, a Marlin wasn't a fish but a 6-passenger fastback built in the '60s
    $300 25
Roman Catholic monastic order noted for is winery at St. Helena in California's Napa Valley
    $300 18
A recent survey cited this "Fatal Attraction" star as the most romantic actress
    $300 3
Stevie Wonder's 2 1/2 LP set which hit No. 1 on Cash Box, Record World & Billboard its 1st week
    $400 21
As usual, this Cincinnati-based company spent more on advertising than any other U.S. corporation
    $400 10
The original curse said she would die after pricking herself on a spindle
    $400 29
Retailer that stopped marketing cars at the turn of the century but then offered the Allstate in '52
    $400 26
The area surrounding this seaport of SW France is the most important fine wine region in the world
    $400 19
Few know this U.S. runner is a talented seamstress; many just remember her '84 Olympic spill
    $400 4
She posed on the cover of her album "Songbird" with a dog, explaining, "Sorry...couldn't find a bird!"
    $500 22
This man replaced retiring Howard Baker as Senate Majority Leader
    $500 11
Cleo the goldfish appears only in the Disney version of this story
    $500 30
In the 1949 film "The Great Gatsby", the hero drove this classic luxury car
    $500 27
Called "the most Greek" of Greek wines, it's flavored with a pine resin
    $500 20
In 1960 Siramavo Bandaranaike of this island country became the world's 1st woman p.m.
    DD: $500 17
Musical based on the life of Edvard Grieg

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Dianne Charlie Liz
$400 $1,300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dianne Charlie Liz
$600 $2,000 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
ANIMALS
WORLD HISTORY
WEATHER
HOLLYWOOD MARRIAGES
"GOD"LY THINGS
    $200 3
At the start of the 1885 novel he's living with the Widow Douglas & her sister Miss Watson
    $200 15
Like a snake, a hummingbird has a forked one
    $200 19
In 1059, to avoid secular control, Pope Nicholas II declared the pope should be elected by 7 of them
    $200 22
The lowest recorded temperature in the U.S. occurred in this state
    $200 1
His "Fly" scared Geena Davis on film but theirs was no fly-by-night romance: she married him
    $200 10
All U.S. currency carries this motto
    $400 4
George Babbitt's job in Zenith, the Zip City
    $400 16
You don't have to be a "wit" to know that this is a young louse
    $400 20
During the 1917 revolution, this group's slogan was "Peace, Land & Bread"
    $400 25
This "burns off" when sunlight penetrates it & warms the ground beneath it
    $400 2
Actress Laura Johnson is lawfully wed to this "L.A. Law" hunk
    $400 12
Term that usually refers to some desolate & remote place
    $600 5
Squire Trelawney hired him to be the cook on the Hispaniola
    $600 17
The Information Please Almanac calls it "a curious, long-haired ox found in Tibet"
    $600 21
Following the 1857 Indian mutiny, Britain took over direct control of India from this company
    $600 28
In polar regions, warm air meeting cold can cause "diamond dust", particles of this in the air
    $600 8
Michael Spound & Heidi Bohay were married on this show for 5 years before getting married in real life
    $600 13
The plot of this film comedy revolves around a Coke bottle that is dropped from a plane over Botswana
    $800 6
Author H. Rider Haggard set this English explorer searching for "King Solomon's Mines"
    DD: $3,200 26
It's what makes the fisher valuable
    DD: $1,000 23
Wars between Italy & this African country broke out in 1887, 1895 & 1935
    $800 29
From the type of storms they bring, cumulonimbus clouds are known by this booming term
    $800 9
Lana Turner, Ava Gardner & novelist Kathleen Winsor were 3 of this bandleader's 8 wives
    $800 14
Jesus taught, "Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called" this
    $1000 7
Character who relates the detective story "The Sign of Four"
    $1000 27
Dolphins, whales & porpoises are members of this order of mammals
    $1000 24
Napoleon eventually denounced this foreign minister of his as a coward, a traitor & a thief
    $1000 30
Rain with a pH reading of less than 5.6
    $1000 11
Louis B. Mayer disapproved of June Allyson's marriage to this man but still gave her away at the wedding
    $1000 18
This novel by Erskine Caldwell deals with amoral mountaineers from Georgia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dianne Charlie Liz
$3,800 $9,200 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OLYMPICS
In 1960 he became the 1st black athlete to carry the U.S. flag in the Olympic procession

Final scores:

Dianne Charlie Liz
$2,800 $15,601 $3,900
3rd place: Daniel Mink ladies & gentlemen watches + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $15,601 2nd place: trip on Delta to Boston & stay at Guest Quarters Suite Hotel + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dianne Charlie Liz
$3,800 $6,800 $7,600
17 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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