Show #657 - Tuesday, June 16, 1987

Missing introductions and 1st 21 clues.

Contestants

Robin, from

Dan, from

Meg Shreve, an attorney from Bolinas, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

INSECTS
FOOD & DRINK
COMMON BONDS
METROPOLITAN OPERA
SPINOFFS
"OUT" WORDS
    $100 16
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    $100 18
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    $100 20
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    $100 11
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    $100 1
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    $100 6
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    $200 17
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    $200 19
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    $200 21
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    $200 12
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    $200 2
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    $200 7
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    $300 25
When male moths lose these sensory appendages, they lose all interest in female moths
    $300 28
From Italian for "salt", this type of sausage often uses meat that's seasoned with red wine
    $300 22
Bridget, Bonaventure, Boniface
    $300 13
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    $300 3
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    $300 8
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    $400 26
These wasps are called the 1st papermakers because they build paper nests
    $400 29
Most Parisians wouldn't have the "Gaul" to serve this bread dish for breakfast
    $400 23
Essex, Franklin, Pierce-Arrow
    $400 14
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    $400 4
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    $400 9
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    $500 27
An immature insect, or a lesser forest goddess
    $500 30
Flavor of cake used in making a sachertorte
    DD: $1,000 24
A ship, a violin, a nose
    $500 15
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    $500 5
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    $500 10
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Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Meg Dan Robin
$3,000 $900 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Meg Dan Robin
$3,000 $2,600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
LITERARY FLOWERS
JAZZ
PSEUDONYMS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
"IN" WORDS
    $200 4
In 1818, Congress ordered these cut back from 15 to 13, and they've stayed that way since
    $200 26
Robert Louis Stevenson wrote "Marriage...is a field of battle, not a bed of" these
    $200 1
Louis Armstrong was born in this city which was the 1st center for what would be called jazz
    $200 7
First name in pseudonyms of 19th century female authors "Sand" & "Eliot"
    $200 21
Whether buying a Singapore sling in Singapore, or a Manhattan in Manhattan, you'd use bills called this
    $200 12
"You're ugly & your mother dresses you funny," for example
    $400 5
On Sept. 4, 1886, U.S. troops captured this Apache leader & deported him--to Florida
    $400 27
The "live flowers" in Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass" have this amazing ability
    $400 2
Nickname shared by jazz greats Webb & Corea
    $400 17
40 inches tall, 19th c. entertainer Charles Sherwood Stratton was best known by this name
    $400 22
The "Indrailpass" lets you use all this country's trains, including the Rajdhani Express
    $400 13
An egghead
    $600 6
On July 27, 1909, he set a world record by staying aloft for 1 hour, 1 minute & 40 seconds
    $600 28
In "Hamlet", shortly after saying, "There is pansies, that's for thoughts", she drowns herself
    $600 3
He brought jazz into a new era with his song "It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing"
    $600 18
His acting career ruined by a sex scandal, this rotund silent comic directed using name Will B. Goodrich
    $600 23
Fodor's says this is Mexico's #1 resort for international visitors & numero uno for Mexicans too
    $600 14
What you become when you drink far too much
    $800 8
In August 1958, the Nautilus made the 1st undersea crossing of this
    $800 29
In a 1974 film, Cyblll Shepherd played this florally-named Henry James heroine
    DD: $1,000 10
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) It's whom you'd expect to see on TV if you heard the following Vince Guaraldi jazz theme: [instrumental "Linus and Lucy" plays.]
    $800 19
Born Helen Louise Leonard, she was famous for singing & her 40 yr. relationship with Diamond Jim Brady
    $800 24
If you ask a waiter in Beijing "Qing gei wo yidiar cha" he'll bring you this
    $800 15
What you might get when you eat far too much
    $1000 9
On May 15, 1972, he was shot in a Laurel, Maryland shopping center
    DD: $800 30
Walt Whitman mourned Lincoln in his poem "When" these "Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd"
    $1000 11
Playboy called this trumpeter's "Kind of Blue" the best jazz album of all time
    $1000 20
Born Harry Gerguson in New York, this flamboyant L.A. restaurateur passed as a Russian prince
    $1000 25
The National Museum of Science & Technology in Milan is named after this man
    $1000 16
Impalpable, it's that vague something you can't quite put your finger on

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Meg Dan Robin
$5,000 $6,600 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CONTINENTS
Besides Antarctica, the other 2 continents that have no communist countries

Final scores:

Meg Dan Robin
$9,999 $1,600 $600
3-day champion: $29,799 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Caribbean & stay at Hedonism II Resort 3rd place: Berkline Wallaway sofa

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Meg Dan Robin
$5,800 $7,600 $5,600
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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