Show #793 - Wednesday, February 3, 1988

Barbara-Anne Eddy game 3.
Final Jeopardy! logo flashes on the game board's monitors instead of the show's logo.


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Pam Blank, a celebrity information person from Brooklyn, New York

John Yudelson, a contracts manager from Van Nuys, California

Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Wanting to go about like the goats, she said she didn't want her clothes anymore
    $100 24
A hexagon has this many more sides than a pentagon
    $100 5
    $100 1
Once a believer has made a pilgrimage to this city, he may add the title "Hajji" to his name
    $200 22
In 1865, this country moved its capital from Auckland to Wellington
    $200 21
In the 1880s, Jigaro Kano devised this sport
    $200 7
The mother duck thought her ugly duckling was a real turkey but in actuality it was this
    $200 25
A tetrahedron is a pyramid whose base is this shape
    $200 26
    $200 2
In Egypt, if you run into a haje, be charming, because it's this type of animal
    $300 14
We don't want to scare you, but some measure this region as taking up more than 1/3 of Romania
    $300 11
He's the only boxer ever to appear on Time magazine's cover 3 times, in 1963, 1971 & 1978
    $300 8
Animals transformed into horses to pull Cinderella's pumpkin coach
    $300 17
Putting your arms straight out to the sides, # of degrees in the angle you've created between them
    $300 19
"Dang Me"
    $300 3
"Head of the Class"'s Khrystyne Haje played an angel on "Bates Motel", an '87 TV sequel to this '60 film
    $400 15
In Greek, this country is the Kypriaki Dimokratia
    DD: $500 12
Ency. Americana says "A small stream between teams provides an added incentive to win" in this
    $400 18
OED says this number originated c. 1484, about 500 years before our national debt reached it
    $400 9
The 5th Amendment,
2 pills every 4 hours,
free samples
    $400 4
Haji ware is 4th century pottery "Made in" this country
    $500 16
Wisconsin touches these 2 Great Lakes
    $500 13
Only Olympic sport in which, when one team has possession of the ball, just 3 players may touch it
    $500 27
Question asked about the location of Peter Piper's production output
    $500 20
Mystical matrix where the numbers in each column, row & diagonal add up to the same amount
    $500 10
    $500 23
Hajduszoboszlo in Hungary, like Bath in England, is known for this curative substance

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

Barbara-Anne John Pam
$100 $1,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara-Anne John Pam
$1,600 $2,900 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
While U.S. workers go "on vacation", British workers go "on" this
    $200 14
City in which Strauss set "Die Fledermaus" & "Wiener Blut"
    $200 16
The word milliner referred to a person from this city from which women's finery was imported
    DD: $1,000 9
1987 Emmy-winning actor featured in series with the following theme:
    $400 2
On a Jaguar in London, it's the silencer, on a Jag in L.A., it's this
    $400 17
Arabic for "crown", it's a tall, brimless cone-shaped hat worn by Muslims, not Mahals
    $400 15
The name of New Jersey's state flower is sort of redundant: the purple...
    $400 10
Ellen Travolta played his mom on both "Happy Days" & "Charles in Charge"
    $600 18
In 1964, a memorial was dedicated to FDR on this island in New Brunswick, Canada
    $600 3
If someone accidently poked you with his brolly at a bus stop, you've been hit by one of these
    $600 7
Though he lived another 39 years, 1829's "Guillaume Tell" was the last opera he would write
    $600 21
Both the "Visual Dictionary" & "What's What" say their costumes include a bulb, balloon pants, & a pointed hat
    $600 25
Both the flower & the word "iridescent" come from this ancient Greek word for "rainbow"
    $600 11
1 of the 2 TV shows that featured a monster whose human form had the name Janos Skorzeny
    $800 5
It's what the 1830 Removal Act tried to move west of the Mississippi
    $800 4
If you want potato chips, don't order "chips", which are french fries; ask for these
    DD: $500 19
The story of "Rigoletto" , a hunch-backed jester, is from this French author's "Le roi s'amuse"
    $800 26
A pig in a "poke" would be wearing a hat of this type
    $800 24
Named for feminine footwear, this orchid is also called the moccasin flower
    $800 12
Title structure saved from the wrecking ball by the Ecumena Corp.
    $1000 6
He led an "army" from Ohio to Washington in 1894 & ran for president in 1932
    $1000 8
What we call "the radio" in America, the British refer to as this
    $1000 20
Marenka, who loves Jenik, learns Mom & Dad have arranged a marriage for her in this Smetana opera
    $1000 22
A wide-brimmed hat turned upon the side was named after this 18th century British landscape & portrait artist
    $1000 23
The jasmine belongs to this family that also produces a fruit found in a variety of cold cuts
    $1000 13
Though one critic called it "The worst new show" of 1983, this comedy with Teri Copley came back in '87

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara-Anne John Pam
$8,700 $4,300 $2,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

According to the Constitution, minimum number of electoral votes to which a state is entitled

Final scores:

Barbara-Anne John Pam
$8,700 $8,600 $2,200
3-day champion: $30,400 2nd place: Trip to Bermuda 3rd place: Krementz Jewelry signet rings

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barbara-Anne John Pam
$10,000 $4,200 $2,200
28 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 1987-10-20
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