Show #545 - Friday, January 9, 1987

Contestants

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Mark Palmer, a financial proofreader from Long Beach, California

George Neil, a copywriter from Los Angeles, California

Patty Godon-Tann, a teacher from Santa Monica, California

Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
TELEVISION
RED SHOES
PSYCH 101
PLANTS
"AN"IMALS
    $100 20
The 1st Flag Day, June 14, 1877, celebrated this anniversary
    $100 1
This police series set in New York made the city sound like a nudist colony
    $100 15
He flies over Metropolis in his red high-tops
    $100 4
When you use a projection defense mechanism, it's who you blame for your own faults
    $100 25
The name of this wild herb comes from the French meaning lion's tooth
    $100 2
If it looks like a herring & is perched on your pizza, you'd better hope it's this
    $200 21
9 days after gold was discovered here, Mexico sold the territory to the U.S.
    $200 9
"Out of the night when the full moon is bright comes the horseman known as" this
    $200 16
Tom Hanks, in a 1985 film
    $200 6
Name given by Freud in 1890s to his methods of research & therapy
    $200 26
A member of the mustard family, this garnish can be of Swedish, garden or water varieties
    $200 3
Hollow-horned ruminants who made themselves right at "Home on the Range"
    $300 22
Even the 39-month extension given in 1978 for states to ratify this amendment didn't help
    $300 10
In 1963, California theater owners pledged money to fight this form of TV
    $300 17
Bespectacled British rocker who sang, "The Angels Wanna Wear My Red Shoes"
    $300 7
Originally the part of the abdomen where melancholy sat, it now refers to imaginary illnesses
    $300 27
In "A Visit from St. Nicholas", Santa & his reindeer flew away "like the dawn of" this prickly plant
    $300 5
Be careful, Leo Buscaglia; this green "water boa" can hug you to death
    $400 23
Occupation of most of the debt-ridden participants in Shay's Rebellion of 1786-87
    $400 11
The Emmys are awarded for TV programs, but the "Clios" are awarded for excellence in these
    $400 18
In the 1948 film, she danced in "The Red Shoes"
    $400 8
Gregory Peck's characters in "Mirage" & "Spellbound" both suffered from this, remember?
    DD: $600 28
Fungi not only lack roots, stems & leaves, but also this food-making matter
    $400 13
It's an earthworm's alias
    $500 24
Fraction of the nation Roosevelt saw as "ill-housed", "ill-clad", "ill-nourished" in 1937
    $500 12
"To Tell the Truth", they also produced "What's My Line?" & "I've Got a Secret"
    $500 19
"Wicked Witch of the West" who finally wore the ruby slippers in 1971's "Brewster McCloud"
    $500 14
The introvert-extrovert theory of personality types were made famous by this Swiss psychoanalyst

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Patty George Mark
$500 $1,200 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patty George Mark
$1,300 $1,700 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD TRADE
SURPRISING AUTHORS
WOMEN IN THE NEWS
SPORT SHIFTS
EXPLORERS
POTPOURRI
    $200 25
Driving down the price of gold was among proposed U.S. sanctions against this country
    $200 1
His play "The Jeweller's Shop" opened in London 3 days before he paid a papal visit to Great Britain
    $200 9
His wife, Safia, has been quoted as saying "If I thought he was a terrorist, I would not stay with him"
    $200 10
Basketball's former Fort Wayne Pistons now represent this city
    $200 5
Rounding this in 1616, Dutch explorer Willem Schouten named it after his home town of Hoorn
    $200 21
In order to install air conditioning, Springfield, Ill. closed this landmark in fall of 1986
    $400 2
He named one of his novels "An Eye for an Eye", although he saved Leopold & Loeb from execution
    $400 15
On May 20, 1986, Sharon Wood became 1st North American woman to reach the top of this
    $400 11
Only NFL franchise shift which the NFL has actively opposed involved the move of this team
    $400 6
Canadian province found by John Cabot in 1497, which may be how it got its name
    $400 22
Traditional gift for a 14th anniversary that Mr. & Mrs. Babar would be horrified to get
    $600 3
Alabama senator Jeremiah Denton wrote of his ordeal as 1 of these in "When Hell was in Session"
    $600 16
Of Bardot, Deneuve, or Fonda, the 1 not suing Roger Vadim for invasion of privacy
    $600 12
Entire 1944 World Series was played in St. Louis with the Cardinals vs. this team, now the Orioles
    $600 7
In 1520, he found the strait at 52 deg. 30' south that now bears his name
    $600 23
A survey of U.S. corporate executives showed 62% arrived at work during this hour
    $800 4
Before becoming British PM, he wrote an 1837 novel based on his own affair with a married woman
    $800 17
She 1st defected to the West in 1967, returned to Russia in 1984, then came back to the U.S., April 16, 1986
    $800 13
1 of 2 current Major League Baseball teams that were formerly "The Washington Senators"
    $800 18
He discovered Lake Tanganyika with John Speke, but translated "The Arabian Knights" by himself
    DD: $500 24
Of "Rad", "Rag", "Ram", "Ran", "Rap" & "Rat", the 2 that were theatrical releases of the '80s
    $1000 8
Oscar-winning late French actress whose only novel chronicled the rise of anti-Semitism
    $1000 20
In election here in '80, Vigdis Finnbogaddotir became 1st elected female president in the world
    $1000 14
When the NBA's Philadelphia '76ers played in Syracuse, they were known by this name
    $1000 19
In the 16th century, area Tycho Brahe was noted for exploring

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patty George Mark
$3,700 $4,700 $10,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
The only person from whom the names of 2 current state capitals are derived

Final scores:

Patty George Mark
$1 $3 $10,999
3rd place: designer glass from Stained Glass Overlay 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sleep sofa & wingback chair & Krups kitchen products New champion: $10,999

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patty George Mark
$3,700 $4,500 $10,500
9 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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