Show #651 - Monday, June 8, 1987

Jonathan Fellows game 1.

Contestants

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Maureen Mahoney, a claims representative from Kansas City, Kansas

Lori McFalls, a library clerk from Memphis, Tennessee

Jonathan Fellows, a legislative assistant originally from Bellevue, Washington

Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE
INSECTS
FOOD
TRANSPORTATION
MAGAZINES
STUPID ANSWERS
    $100 24
One of the 400 richest people in America, Richard Wagstaff Clark is better known by this name
    $100 14
In 1986, a Dallas exterminator ran a contest to find the largest one of these insects in the city
    $100 16
Course of a meal during which a Spaniard would eat flan
    $100 1
Proper number of horses needed to pull a Russian troika
    $100 2
Sport featured in "Popular Lures"
    $100 4
Of the 6 Day War, the 30 Years' War, & the 100 Years' War, one which lasted the longest
    $200 25
A hot water bottle dressed as a doll was the favorite child-hood toy of this Cosmopolitan editor
    $200 15
At the end of Linda Ronstadt's "When You Wish Upon A Star" video, he makes a cameo appearance
    $200 17
"Potage volaille a la Reine" is a fancy version of this sickroom standard at Aunt Esther's
    $200 8
It's how George Higgs escaped from Erewhon & the Wizard left Oz
    $200 3
Even though it's now a monthly, "GQ" stands for this
    $200 12
Air France is not the national airline of this country
    $300 26
Nancy Sinatra's choice to play her father on film is this singer who once was Ziggy Stardust
    $300 18
1915 story in which Gregor Samsa awakes one morning to find he has changed into a giant insect
    $300 21
19th c. English nutritionist for whom the seasoned beef patty in TV dinners is named
    $300 9
In June 1966, Arthur Godfrey did it in 86 hours, 9 minutes, 1 second
    $300 5
This magazine's associate publisher is Rod's widow, Carol Serling
    DD: $400 13
Exact title of the following, it's not the same as the Gershwin tune: "It's summertime summertime sum sum summertime / Summertime summertime sum sum summertime..."
    $400 27
Richard Woodruff was the "little fat kid" on which restauranteur Bob Wian based this character
    $400 28
It's made from a substance given off by lac insects
    $400 22
Swedish for "bread & goosefat served on a table"
    $400 10
In trucking, "semi" is a short form of this word
    $400 6
Magazine which shares its title with a classic William Makepeace Thackeray novel
    $400 19
Color of the lettering in the credits of the 1985 Spielberg film starring Whoopi Goldberg
    $500 29
World Book says these are the 2 things most insects spend most of their time doing
    $500 23
Cooked lobster meat mixed with a cream sauce, put in its shell, topped with cheese & browned
    $500 11
Its full name is the "Chemin de Fer Metropolitain"
    $500 7
Though they call Pleasantville, N.Y. home, their headquarters are really in the next town over, Chappaqua
    $500 20
Recently, 1,000,000 Cheerios boxes each contained this premium which cost General Mills $1 each

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

Jonathan Lori Maureen
$900 $1,600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Lori Maureen
$1,200 $3,800 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART
ANTONYMS
THE '50s
U.S.A.
RELIGION
WHEEL OF FORTUNE
(Alex: We want to do everything we can to help our sister show.)
    $200 1
While in the Asylum of St. Remy, he painted his "Starry Night"
    $200 2
Completes the title of '50s Steve McQueen series "Wanted . .
    $200 15
Number of bills to admit states to the Union signed by presidents during the 1950s
    $200 17
A large sofa, or a large city in Iowa
    $200 9
Devout pilgrims ascend the Holy Stairs near the Church of St. John Lateran in Rome in this way
    $200 16
8'6"
    $400 3
He painted the famous triptych "Whence Do We Come? What Are We? Where Are We Going?" in Tahiti
    $400 4
Antonym pair which the D.A. uses to describe a case that's easily settled
    $400 22
Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand de Grimaldi took her as his wife in 1956
    $400 18
"Grant & Sherman used the governor's mansion in this Mississippi city as their headquarters
    $400 10
The Council of Trent in 1563 approved the doctrine of this place, where some souls take a pit stop
    $400 26
Completes the line, "Hit bankrupt & lose all your money, but..."
    $600 6
Practicing by copying the Old Masters, he painted "Dancers Practicing at the Bar"
    $600 5
Its antonyms include out, dangerous, or, in a proverb, sorry
    $600 23
A new magazine from EC featured "Tales Calculated to Drive You..." this
    $600 19
Because the Wright Brothers had their shop there, this city is known as the "Cradle of Aviation"
    $600 13
Its 2 main branches are Sunni & Shiah
    $600 27
Money left over from shopping can either be put in a gift certificate or this
    $800 7
It's said an art magazine ran a contest to find the nude in his "Nude Descending A Staircase"
    DD: $1,000 11
After heads or tails, it's the next set of antonyms a football player contends with
    $800 24
After this man lost a Senate race to JFK, Eisenhower made him U.N. ambassador
    $800 20
Town known for inventions of rifles & basketball, it's home to Merriam-Webster dictionaries
    $800 14
Lesson sermons in Christian Science churches are read from the Bible & her book "Science & Health"
    DD: $500 28
The 5 consonants & 1 vowel that most people select in the bonus round
    $1000 8
It was founded in 1753 after botanist Sir Hans Sloane willed his collections to his nation
    $1000 12
This full name for a familiar musical instrument combines antonyms meaning soft & loud
    $1000 25
Atoll in the Marshall Islands that was site of the 1st H-bomb test, November 1, 1952
    $1000 21
Inland port named for the commodore who helped claim California for the U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Lori Maureen
$6,100 $6,400 $900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANTHROPOLOGY
Extinct species of man named for a German valley where the 1st remains were found in 1856

Final scores:

Jonathan Lori Maureen
$12,200 $500 $1,625
New champion: $12,200 3rd place: Suzuki keyboard 2nd place: Maytag washer & dryer & Donvier ice cream maker

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jonathan Lori Maureen
$7,000 $7,400 $900
22 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
22 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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