Show #1384 - Thursday, September 13, 1990

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Bonnie Larkin Wilde, a student from Fullerton, California

Brian Kraft, a fundraiser and public relations consultant from Studio City, California

Kyle Freeman, a teacher and proofreader from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
He calls his company Oak Productions because he used to be called "The Austrian Oak"
    $100 16
An East African hunting expedition
    $100 26
From the Latin "solium", meaning "seat", it's the material in which plants grow
    $100 21
Nickname of a bond with a credit rating of triple B or lower
    $100 1
Nova Scotia's provincial flag contains the coat of arms of this country
    $100 11
Cheaper grades of champagne are made to sparkle by adding this gas
    $200 5
This Oscar-winner became a Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1990; Jean Brodie would approve
    $200 17
A commemorative tablet or a thin film of bacteria-laden mucus on a tooth
    $200 22
With the slogan "One world one card" this company now offers Visa & Mastercard
    $200 3
River that allows the Great Lakes access to the sea
    $200 12
Irna Phillips is credited with introducing organ music to this radio genre which later moved to television
    $300 6
The 1979 Broadway musical "I Remember Mama" starred this Norwegian actress
    $300 18
It describes a mixture of incongruous elements or a rock & roll crew
    $300 23
2 years after he was expelled from Harvard in 1885 his father gave him the San Francisco Examiner
    $300 4
The constitution guarantees this province the right to maintain a Roman Catholic school system
    $300 13
The stimulants found in a kola nut are theobromine, kolanin & this
    $400 7
In 1989 this elegant Englishwoman became the new host of PBS's "Mystery"
    $400 19
This word meaning a noisy uproar is a corruption of Bethlem, a British madhouse
    DD: $500 28
The edible fruit of this spiny cactus is also called an Indian fig
    $400 24
George Bush's son George runs this baseball team
    $400 9
Canada's largest port is this city on its west coast
    $400 14
Researchers identify individual humpback whales by photos of this body part
    $500 8
She had a British hit single "I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper" before marrying Andrew Lloyd Webber
    $500 20
It usually refers to goods that are tossed overboard to lighten a ship
    $500 27
Oriental, Alpine, Iceland & tulip are varieties of this flower & the golden type is California's state flower
    $500 25
In March 1990, this personal computer store opened a branch in Moscow
    $500 10
Canadian who hit U.S. bestseller list in 1987 with "The Handmaid's Tale"
    $500 15
This artist who once put skirts around 11 islands off Miami holds the record for making the largest curtain

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Kyle Brian Bonnie
$2,900 $600 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Brian Bonnie
$4,000 $800 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Its largest city & capital is Kabul
    $200 7
In "Alice in Wonderland" he was tried for stealing tarts
    $200 1
At the beginning of the ballet "Checkmate", Love & Death are playing this game
    $200 12
William Booth's wife Catherine was known as the mother of this army
    $200 22
The only state whose flag displays a portrait of a president
    $200 17
According to the initials, the accommodations offered by a B&B
    $400 3
This city, an early center of Christianity in Britain, is in the county of Kent
    $400 8
He had worked as a sugar planter in Brazil before being shipwrecked
    $400 24
The only ballet this great Russian ballerina choreographed was "Autumn Leaves" in 1918
    $400 13
This Virginian was the pen of the Revolution
    $400 23
When this state briefly declared itself a republic in early 1861 a magnolia tree graced its flag
    $400 18
The 2 cities referred to in the title of Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities"
    $600 4
The Prinsenhof, where William the Silent was assassinated, is now a museum in this city known for its pottery
    $600 9
A portrait of this young handsome man of 1890s London, ages but he does not
    $600 14
Swamp Fox of the Revolutionary War who was also called the "Bayard of the South" in honor of a French hero
    DD: $1,000 25
You'll find a pelican with her young on this state's flag
    $600 19
The 2 movies featuring Paul Newman as "Fast Eddie" Felson
    $800 5
In 1880 this city succeeded Comayagua as Honduras capital
    $800 10
Peter Pan rescued this Indian maiden from the clutches of Captain Hook
    $800 15
19th century Virginia insurrectionist whose fellow slaves called him "The Prophet"
    $800 20
The 2 things a hiker needs for orienteering
    $1000 6
Montreux has been one of the most popular resorts on this lake since the 19th century
    DD: $1,000 11
Thomas Hardy story of Clym Yeobright who came back to England from Paris & married steamy Eustacia Vye
    $1000 16
In the pre-Civil War era he was known as the "Eagle Orator of South Carolina"
    $1000 21
At the Winter Olympics the 2 events that form the biathlon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Brian Bonnie
$7,000 $4,200 -$500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The last words spoken by this title character were "I 'ope you liked your drink"

Final scores:

Kyle Brian Bonnie
$4,000 $0 -$500
2-day champion: $16,601 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Brian Bonnie
$6,600 $5,700 -$500
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $11,800

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Game tape date: 1990-07-31
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