Show #1146 - Monday, September 4, 1989

First game of Season 6.

Contestants

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Ed Landler, a filmmaker and production consultant from Los Angeles, California

Gordon Taylor, a bus driver from Seattle, Washington

Kevin Glynn, a writer & teacher from Glendale, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN ISLANDS
RECENT TELEVISION
MINING
FOOD FACTS
FASHION DESIGNERS
"C.C."
(Alex: Those letters will begin the correct responses in that category.)
    $100 4
To get there from Brooklyn or N.J. you can cross a bridge, but you have to take a ferry from Manhattan
    $100 26
"Domestic Goddess" who stars opposite John Goodman in an ABC sitcom
    $100 1
The rock in which these are found is called blue ground, not Zales
    $100 17
Brioche, popular for continental breakfasts, is a type of this food
    $100 9
Pierre Cardin's 1st boutique for women was called "Eve" & his men's store was named this
    $100 10
Geraldine was the 1st child of this little tramp's 4th marriage
    $200 5
Some descendants of Jean Lafitte's pirate crew live on Grand Isle in this state
    $200 27
With "The Cosby Show" as its lead-in, this "Cosby" spin-off finished No. 2 in the '87-'88 ratings
    $200 2
It's also called opencut mining & no, the machine operators don't take their clothes off
    $200 18
The flippers of this marine reptile featured in soups are often eaten separately
    $200 22
James Galanos designed the one-shouldered sheath she wore to her 1st presidential inaugural ball
    $200 11
Roll out the dough so it's very thin, then stamp it with this metal tool so the pastries all look alike
    $300 6
If you float down this North American river, you'll actually find about 1,500, not 1,000 islands
    $300 3
In the 1890s prospectors headed for the Klondike region in this country
    $300 19
A famous Italian meat sauce is named for this "sausage" city
    $300 23
Oscar de la Renta was born in Santo Domingo in this country
    $300 12
You could-could have seen this dance performed for the 1st time in Paris' Moulin Rouge
    $400 7
Theo. Roosevelt Island, a National Memorial, serves as a wildlife refuge in this river
    $400 15
In 1935 it didn't dig the AFL, so it joined the CIO, & in 1942 it tunneled out of that group
    $400 20
In Jewish cooking, "latkes" commonly enjoyed on Hanukkah, are these
    $400 24
A former President of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, his initials are B.B.
    $400 13
It's a Maryland suburb of Washington, D.C., & you're not
    $500 8
100 billion gallons of rain fall annually in the Caribbean National Forest, a.k.a. El Yunque, on this island
    $500 16
19th century English chemist Sir Humphrey Davy's contribution to mining was this invention
    $500 21
Creme d'ananas is a liqueur flavored with this fruit
    $500 25
While "Coco" was her nickname, this was Chanel's real first name
    DD: $100 14
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE): The song heard here is the only No. 1 hit this group has had in the U.S.:

Desert loving in your eyes all the way / if I listened to your lies would you say

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kevin Gordon Ed
$1,000 $1,000 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Gordon Ed
$3,000 $500 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

1982
BIOGRAPHIES
RELIGION
BOTANY
LONDON
NAME THE PLAY
    $200 23
Barney Clark made headlines when he was given one of these at the Univ. of Utah medical center
    $200 11
His widow Pilar subtitled her book "My Life with the Duke"
    $200 1
Any religion described as polytheistic worships more than 1 of these
    $200 15
Positive phototropism is the bending of plants towards this stimulus
    $200 17
Claridge's, the Dorcester & the Savoy are 3 of the most luxurious ones in London
    $200 6
Bill Walker & Salvation Army members Adolphus Cusins & Barbara Undershaft
    $400 24
This colorful national newspaper made its debut in September 1982
    $400 12
This star is the subject of Anne Edwards' "A Remarkable Woman" & Charles Higham's "Kate"
    $400 2
Pride, anger, envy, sloth, covetousness, gluttony & lust
    $400 16
Despite its name, this plant is found hanging from trees in the southern U.S., not Iberia
    $400 18
It's served as a keep, fortress, palace, prison, observatory, mint, arsenal & royal treasury
    $400 7
Alan Strang, Dr. Martin Dysart & a horse named Nugget
    $600 28
Though it was still about 1 billion miles from Earth, it was 1st sighted in October from Mt. Palomar, Calif.
    $600 13
Her daughter Gail wrote "The Hornes: An American Family"
    $600 3
This word can describe the body of Jewish literature & oral tradition, or, specifically, the Pentateuch
    $600 27
Though its natural habitat is a rain forest, this Ficus elastica makes an excellent indoor plant
    $600 20
This should be called "King Thutmose's Needle" since it was carved in his honor
    DD: $1,000 8
George Gibbs, Emily Webb & the Stage Manager
    $800 30
In 1982 Kodak introduced this innovative camera, roughly the size of a pack of cigarettes
    DD: $2,000 14
While "King Cohn" was about movie mogul Harry Cohn, "Citizen Cohn" is about this man
    $800 4
In 1966 Swami Prabhupada founded this religious movement in the U.S. -- not in India or at an airport
    $800 26
If a flowering plant contains these 2 reproductive organs, botanists call it perfect
    $800 21
A replica of Houdon's famous statue of this American president stands outside the National Gallery
    $800 9
Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez, Charles Wykeham & Amy Spettigue
    $1000 29
George Shultz became Secretary of State after his resignation
    $1000 19
"The Rattigan Version" profiles this playwright who wrote "The Browning Version"
    $1000 5
The number of days after his resurrection that Jesus ascended into Heaven
    $1000 25
Plants which consist of both algae & fungi are known by this name
    $1000 22
In the 1940 film of the same name, Vivien Leigh died on this London bridge
    $1000 10
Larry Slade, Harry Hope & Theodore "Hickey" Hickman

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Gordon Ed
$8,000 $3,900 $6,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SOVIET HISTORY
He was Premier when Yuri Gagarin, the 1st cosmonaut, went into space

Final scores:

Kevin Gordon Ed
$15,000 $7,800 $100
2-day champion: $27,000 2nd place: vacation to Portugal 3rd place: Lucien Piccard his & hers watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kevin Gordon Ed
$6,800 $3,600 $6,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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