Show #1119 - Thursday, June 15, 1989

Contestants

David Fulk, a filmmaker originally from Winnetka, Illinois

Lisa Hudanich, a financial analyst originally from Houston, Texas

Doug Fishel, a minister from Wichita, Kansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,900)

Jeopardy! Round

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
BROADWAY LYRICS
PRISONS
PORTUGAL
HODGEPODGE
TV & MOVIE ROBOTS
    $100 18
The "Reign of" this ended with the death of Robespierre
    $100 1
"West Side Story" song that says, "I feel charming, oh so charming, it's alarming how charming I feel"
    $100 4
42 people were killed during a 5-day siege at this western New York prison in 1971
    $100 23
Legend has it that this bird, the national symbol, stood up & crowed while a judge was eating it
    $100 2
Hairy adjective describing sheep & mammoths
    $100 5
This futuristic Hanna-Barbera cartoon series featured a robot named Rosie
    $200 19
Written during the Revolution in 1792 & then banned, it later became the national anthem
    $200 3
"Gray skies are gonna clear up, put on a happy" one of these
    DD: $600 15
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) The following was the first No. 1 Song of the Rock Era to be set in a prison:

"Sad sack was sittin' on a block of stone / Way over in the corner weepin' all alone / The warden said, "hey, buddy, don't you be no square..."
    $200 24
It's illegal for Portuguese matadors, unlike Spanish ones, to do this at the end of a bullfight
    $200 13
The pillow-shaped Stone of Scone sits under a throne in this building
    $200 6
She was Rhoda, Bob Cummings' robot, on "My Living Doll"
    $300 20
This famous quote is a from a work by the philosopher Rousseau, not Marie Antoinette
    $300 10
If you know this song from "Gypsy", you know "Everything's Coming Up" these
    $300 16
In a 1953 film, William Holden escaped from this Nazi prison camp
    $300 25
In 27 B.C. these conquerors established the province of Lusitania in Central Portugal
    $300 14
The 1st time Graham Hill entered this, May 30, 1966, he won
    $300 7
He played a gunslinging robot in both "Westworld" & its sequel, "Futureworld"
    $400 21
Type of sports venue at which the Third Estate swore they wouldn't disband until they had a constitution
    $400 11
"By order summer lingers through" this month "in Camelot"
    $400 17
While Marquette has a university named for him, this partner got stuck with an Illinois prison
    $400 26
In 1807 Spain & Portugal were invaded by his forces in what became known as the Peninsular War
    $400 27
A mistrial is a legal term, a minstrel is a musician & a mistral is this
    $400 8
For 3 seasons Dick Gautier played this CONTROL robot on "Get Smart"
    $500 22
It called itself the "Society of Friends of the Constitution" but was more commonly known as this "Club"
    $500 12
A song from "Finian's Rainbow" says, "When I'm not near the girl I love, I love" this person
    $500 9
This "Forbidden Planet" robot could speak over 180 languages, drive a vehicle & make all the booze you'd like

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

Doug Lisa David
$500 $1,300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Lisa David
$200 $2,100 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH "C"
U.S. CITIES
BEST SELLERS
ARCHAEOLOGY
HAIR CARE
BALD IS BEAUTIFUL
    $200 8
This adjective can precede lantern, red & restaurant syndrome
    $200 1
This capital of South Carolina was built to placate those who felt Charleston was too far south
    $200 10
"The Home Planet" is a collection of photos of Earth taken from here
    $200 3
Volcanic debris & ash up to 23 ft. deep helped preserve this city, 1st rediscovered in the late 16th c.
    $200 16
Mary Ellen says you can make hair conditioner yourself with gin or vodka & this part of an egg
    $200 13
He was the 1st constitutional president of China & later the 1st president of Taiwan
    $400 9
Pepperidge Farm named different varieties of these for Milan, Brussels, & Orleans
    $400 2
The cost of its office space is only 1/3 that of Tokyo, but it's still the highest in the U.S.
    $400 18
Harvey Mackay's business book tells you how to "Swim With" these predators "Without Being Eaten Alive"
    $400 5
In examining mummies, archaeologists found that many Egyptians had this joint disease
    $400 17
This often contains alcohol & isobutane, so the labels warns you not to use it while smoking
    $400 14
This TV baseball announcer has hosted "To Tell the Truth" & "Sale of the Century"
    $600 11
Secluded, especially in a monastery or a convent
    $600 4
The Boeing Red Barn, where the company started, forms the core of this city's Museum of Flight
    DD: $1,000 23
Her book "The First Salute" is an historical account of the American Revolution
    $600 24
Using dendro-chronology, an archaeologist can "date" objects made of wood by studying these
    $600 20
If you want to give yourself one of these at home, Lilt makes a kit with sponge end-wraps
    $600 15
He wore a rug playing Archie Bunker's son-in-law; now a director, he wears whatever he wants
    DD: $1,000 12
Referring to a person it means lenient or merciful; referring to weather it means mild
    $800 6
In 1969 this city's polluted Cuyahoga River caught fire, but it's been cleaned up since then
    $800 27
Heywood Floyd confronts Dave Bowman, Hal & some aliens in this author's "2061: Odyssey Three"
    $800 25
An old human skull & the jaw-bone of a modern orangutan were used to create this hoax of a "Man"
    $800 21
This gentle shampoo's slogan is "No More Tears"
    $1000 19
Fruit that's cooked in syrup, or a long-stemmed dish for candy or nuts
    $1000 7
Missouri town of 11,000 where you'd find Westminster College & a Winston Churchill memorial
    $1000 28
This man illustrated "Dear Mili", a newly discovered 19th century story by Wilhelm Grimm
    $1000 26
It was written in 196 B.C. in Hieroglyphs, Demotic Egyptian & Greek
    $1000 22
This dark pigment that largely determines your hair color is also found in fish scales

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Lisa David
$3,400 $6,500 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TECHNOLOGY
French scientist Rene de Reaumur got the idea to make this out of wood from watching a wasp

Final scores:

Doug Lisa David
$6,799 $799 $2,100
2-day champion: $15,699 3rd place: Action Recliners by Lane recliner + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 2nd place: Emerson 27" TV & Olympus Infinity Twin camera + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doug Lisa David
$3,400 $7,500 $5,500
9 R,
1 W
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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