Show #818 - Wednesday, March 9, 1988

Contestants

Andi Brown, a director of development from Marshfield, Massachusetts

Jack Lowe, a pediatrician from Rockville, Maryland

Leslie Goodman-Malamuth, a freelance writer and housewife from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
WOODY ALLEN FILMS
"CALIFORNIA" SONGS
SCIENCE
SEWING
SHAKESPEAREAN CHARACTERS
(Alex: We will give you the characters. You have to identify the play, of course.)
    $100 6
Oral B Laboratories now offers toothpaste bearing these 2 Muppets' names
    $100 11
At the beginning of "Play It Again, Sam", Woody is watching this Bogart classic
    $100 1
"Though East Coast girls are hip," the Beach Boys wished "'they all could be" these
    $100 17
Like monkeys & squirrels, the coconut crab is able to do this in search of food
    $100 16
These temporary fasteners should be rustproof so they won't mark delicate fabrics
    $100 26
3 murderers,
a Scottish doctor, &
some apparitions
    $200 7
Criticized for its unfair trade advantage, Japan has agreed to shorten this, starting in 1988
    $200 12
Film in which C. Walken, as Diane Keaton's suicidal brother Duane, drove Woody to the airport
    $200 2
The Eagles' top-selling single that begins "on a dark desert highway"
    $200 22
Lava & pyroclastic rocks are examples of this class of igneous rocks
    $200 18
It can be found on top of 2 oxen or a shirt
    $200 27
3 triumvirs &
8 conspirators
    $300 8
About 43% of all American cheese sold in the U.S. is made using the process invented by this cheese peddler
    DD: $500 13
"Manhattan" opens & closes with this famous piece:
    $300 3
"All the leaves are brown & the sky is gray," it is 1966, & the Mamas & the Papas are doing this
    $300 23
A conjunction of the Sun, Earth, & Moon can only occur during this phase of the Moon
    $300 19
From Old German "to patch", this type of stitch is used to hold pieces of fabric together temporarily
    $300 28
4 or 5 players,
2 grave diggers,
& "a fantastic fop"
    $400 9
U-Haul is overhauling its fleet of trucks & trailers to combat stiff competition from this company
    $400 14
This "Star Wars" star came down to Earth to play a caterer in "Hannah & Her Sisters"
    $400 4
Albert Hammond's sadly inaccurate weather presumption: 'cause "it pours, man. It pours"
    $400 24
In 1858, Alfred Wallace & Charles Darwin each proposed theories of evolution based on this
    $400 20
Parts of one include the teeth, tab, & top-stop
    $400 29
2 friars,
1 nurse &
1 apothecary
    $500 10
Recently, this liquor co. sold off many of its wine operations, including Paul Masson & Taylor Calif.
    $500 15
Appropriately, this 1980 film featured Hoagy Carmichael's most celestial song
    $500 5
In this 1924 song, Al Jolson, born in Russia, claimed the West Coast was "right back where I started from"
    $500 25
The word science comes from the Latin "scientia", which means having this
    $500 21
The elastic, seam binding, snaps, etc. needed to finish a garment are called this
    $500 30
The Duchess of York,
the Lieutenant of the Tower, &
the ghosts of the title character's victims

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

Leslie Jack Andi
$1,100 $1,500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Jack Andi
$2,400 $2,300 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
EUROPE
GRAVE MATTERS
FIGURES OF SPEECH
TIME
FAMOUS LASTS
    $200 2
Mary Todd
    $200 1
The enormous palace that houses this Parisian museum is larger than the Vatican Palace
    $200 26
It seems appropriate that this author is buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Tarrytown, N.Y.
    $200 18
From Greek "to sneer", it's a form of wit, frequently ironic, intended to taunt
    $200 11
From the 1696 play "The Lost Lover", we get the expression "No time like..." this
    $200 12
After stepping on the executioner's toe, her last words were, "Pardon, monsieur, I did not mean it"
    $400 3
Dolley Payne Todd
    $400 4
This creature could be 1,422 years old, since it was 1st sighted in Scotland in 565 A.D.
    $400 27
He's buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, where he served his presidential term
    $400 19
An inquiry for which you don't expect a response, usually because it's obvious
    $400 14
A division of a school year, it originally meant "6 months"
    $400 13
1925 was the last year the steam-powered car developed by these identical twins was built
    $600 8
Thelma Catherine Ryan
    $600 5
It's the largest city in Switzerland
    $600 28
Among those buried here are Audie Murphy, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., & Robert Kennedy
    $600 20
Figure of speech in which inanimate objects are given human qualities
    $600 15
For an astronomer, "UT" stands for this
    $600 23
He hit his last Major League home run July 20, 1976, about 28 months after his most famous one
    $800 9
Mary Geneva Doud
    $800 6
Known for its lovely parks, this Bulgarian capital is called "the greenest city in Europe"
    $800 29
Schubert was buried where he asked to be, near this great German composer who died in 1827
    DD: $3,000 21
An aside in a speech said to an imaginary person, it's also the superscript sign in this clue
    $800 16
A time-out in Rugby can only be declared if this has happened
    $800 24
Ludovico Manin, who abdicated in 1797, was last to hold this office, which ruled Venice for 1100 years
    $1000 10
Rachel Donelson Robards
    $1000 7
Gheg & Tosk are spoken in this country, which has had no diplomatic relations with U.S. since the 40s
    $1000 30
Acquaintances in life, Thoreau, L.M. Alcott & this philosopher are neighbors at a Concord cemetery
    $1000 22
From Greek "to throw beyond", an extravagant statement like "the Emmy telecast was 3 years long"
    $1000 17
A clepsydra is a clock run by this type of power
    DD: $1,500 25
Mahatma Gandhi's last fast was a last-ditch attempt to prevent war between these 2 countries

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Jack Andi
$8,900 $12,300 $5,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RIVERS
Below sea level for most of its course, it's called "the lowest river on Earth"

Final scores:

Leslie Jack Andi
$3,999 $17,805 $3,900
2nd place: Broyhill Queen Anne style cherry wood entertainment center + Colortyme traditional style twin-speaker color console TV New champion: $17,805 3rd place: Avita professional rowing machine w/electronic display

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leslie Jack Andi
$6,200 $12,300 $5,700
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
24 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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