Show #21 - Monday, October 8, 1984

Contestants

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Diane McCain, a student from Van Nuys, California

Kevin Conway, a computer marketing representative originally from Detroit, Michigan

Joel Davidman, an investment banker from Encino, California

Jeopardy! Round

THE '40S
BOATS
BALLET
"MARCH" ON
JAPAN
TV TRIVIA
    $100 18
In '45, a U.S. bomber crashed into this N.Y. landmark's 79th floor
    $100 13
Venice's taxis
    $100 4
Part of body used to dance on "pointe"
    $100 14
Definitely not Caesar's time of month
    $100 21
Raw fish dish
    $100 11
Jim Henson coined this word from a combination of "marionette" & "puppet"
    $200 19
Rudy Vallee recorded it in '31 & Sam played it again in Casablanca
    $200 3
A small boat used to move big boats
    $200 6
Tchaikovsky's fowl aquatic ballet
    $200 16
Found by F.D.R. in 1938, it works to prevent birth defects
    $200 1
David Janssen's private eye with the last name Orwell
    $300 20
Body builder Charles Atlas offered to build up the physique of this Indian leader
    $300 12
A flat-bottomed boat propelled by a pole, or a 4th down football play
    $300 7
New York City Ballet's "Mr. B."
    $300 17
Way of saying "loony as a spring rabbit"
    $300 15
Known originally for motorcycles, this Japanese company now operates an auto plant in Ohio
    $300 2
Yancy's fancy pistol
    $400 24
German for "lightning war"
    $400 8
The arrangement of dance movements
    $400 22
The ancient art of paper folding
    $400 5
Cook Graham Kerr was known as this
    $500 9
Formerly England's Sadler's Wells Ballet
    $500 23
Western name for towering tsunamis, clocked at up to 500 MPH
    $500 10
From the Swahili word for "doctor", the show featured a cross-eyed lion

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Joel Kevin Diane
$300 $300 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Kevin Diane
-$600 -$500 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

COLONIAL AMERICA
DEMOCRATS
ANATOMY
MUSICAL NUMBERS
RELIGION
ANY QUESTIONS?
    $200 5
N.Y.C.'s "Capital of Black America", named by Dutch for a city in Holland
    $200 3
These working numbers don't measure up to Dolly Parton
    $400 4
Founded by Wm. Penn, it became 2nd largest city in British Empire
    $400 1
Ex-astronaut who's had "The Right Stuff" to win 2 Senate terms
    $400 14
Janis Ian learned the truth at this tender age
    $400 17
Eastern rite of Christianity or oldest branch of Judaism
    $600 6
Gov. Peter Stuyvesant's Manhattan farm, now the city's skid row
    $600 2
Behatted 3-term N.Y. congresswoman, still active in feminist movement
    $600 9
The sclera; Bunker Hill patriots were ordered not to fire before seeing it
    $600 15
Hall & Oates played music, not basketball, thus way
    $600 11
Denomination Reverend Jesse Jackson is minister of
    $800 16
"Pennsylvania Dutch" settlers came from there
    $800 7
For the past 8 years, John D. Rockefeller IV has been gov. of this state
    $800 10
Peristalsis lets you do this while standing on your head
    $800 18
Total of "The Freshmen" & "The Preps"
    DD: $1,000 12
Mormons believe they're Amer. Indians; others say they're Japanese or Anglo-Saxons
    $1000 19
Slavery was at first banned in this southern colony founded by Oglethorpe
    $1000 8
Senator who tried for '84 pres. nomination was once sued by Adolf Hitler
    $1000 13
Belief in a deity is not part of its 8-fold path to nirvana

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Kevin Diane
-$2,000 $2,300 $5,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ARMED SERVICES
The last military branch to be established

Final scores:

Joel Kevin Diane
-$2,000 $4,595 $5,800
3rd place: Char-Broil portable barbecue gas grill 2nd place: Mohawk carpet & Alsy-Cycle II table lamps New champion: $5,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joel Kevin Diane
-$1,000 $2,300 $5,400
10 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $6,700

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