Show #906 - Monday, July 11, 1988


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Jennith Thomas, a housewife from Dumas, Texas

Chuck Webb, an attorney at law from Kailua, Hawaii

Pete Tremblay, a law student originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
He not only rides one bike, he rides one with one wheel
    $100 18
Term for the money paid to a stallion's owner for breeding services
    $100 1
It's not only the largest art museum in the Northeast, it's the largest in the whole USA
    $100 7
On "Father Knows Best", this was father's nickname for Kathy
    $100 22
The color of the veins in Stilton cheese
    $100 12
"Slow Train Coming", "Blood On The Tracks", "The Times They Are A-Changin'"
    $200 17
A professional torch commits this crime for a living
    $200 27
The Andalusian is a breed originally developed in this country
    $200 2
As far as we know, it's the only state that holds a Fur Rendezvous & an Iceworm Festival
    $200 8
On "The Guns of Will Sonnett", this 3-time Oscar winner played Will Sonnett
    $200 23
Port du Salut cheese was 1st made by these people associated with la Trappe, France
    $200 13
"Red Hot Rhythm & Blues",
"Touch Me In The Morning",
"Eaten Alive"
    $300 19
A fellmonger removes this valuable substance from sheepskins
    $300 3
This picturesque town in California's Santa Ynez Valley is known as "Little Denmark, U.S.A."
    $300 9
On "Murder, She Wrote", Jessica pounds out her mysteries under this name
    DD: $500 24
This English cheese used to be molded in the shape of a grinning cat, as Lewis Carroll could tell you
    $300 14
"Killer Country",
"The Killer Strikes",
"The 'Killer' Rocks On"
    $400 20
As part of her job in this profession, Joyce Jillson advises crabs & scorpions
    $400 4
In 1988, this Rocky Mountain state became 1st to require all cars to use oxyfuel to lower pollution
    $400 10
With 99 Emmy nominations, this show set in Asia was the most nominated series of all time
    $400 25
"Chevre" is French for this animal, & Chevret cheese is made from its milk
    $400 15
"This One's For You",
"Even Now",
"One Voice"
    $500 21
Marlin Fitzwater is the spokesman for this
    $500 5
Havre de Grace in this East Coast state claims to be "The Duck Decoy Capital of the World"
    $500 11
From 1952-1955, the daughter of this prime minister was the 1st host of "Hallmark Hall of Fame"
    $500 26
This common cheese ingredient is an extract made from the stomach lining of a ruminant
    $500 16

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

Pete Chuck Jennith
$1,700 $500 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pete Chuck Jennith
$3,200 $500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
It's been described as "Las Vegas' stab at ancient Rome"
    $200 2
In 1971, Lin Piao allegedly tried to overthrow this Chinese leader then died escaping the country
    $200 18
Characters in this 1845 Prosper Merimee work include a soldier, a cigar worker, & a picador
    $200 17
In any given transaction, the auctioneer acts primarily as agent for this party
    $200 23
Mark Twain &
O. Henry,
for example
    $400 7
Sacramento's was torn down; San Diego's has a new name, & we don't know where to find the 1 in the Eagles' song
    $400 3
A 1970 tidal wave in the Bay of Bengal helped spark events that led to this country's independence
    $400 12
This famous son of a famous author not only wrote the novel "Camille", but the play as well
    $400 1
In January 1988, this former Texas governor auctioned off his belongings due to bankruptcy
    $400 19
The chamber Donald Glaser invented shows a particle's path by these, as Don Ho could tell you
    $400 22
It can precede wise, weight, or pincher
    DD: $300 9
Hotel that was a main setting for the TV show with the following theme:

"It is run by Kate / Come and be her guest / At the junction / Petticoat Junction! / And that's Uncle Joe / He's a-movin' kind of slow / At the junction / Petticoat Junction!"
    $600 4
Over a million people were killed by the Pol Pot regime in this country
    $600 13
In the Stendhal novel, Fabrizio spends his last years in "The Charterhouse of" this Italian city
    $600 26
At a "with reserve" auction, the seller reserves the right to do this
    $600 16
Models of airplanes are put into these to test their aerodynamics
    $600 24
The Earth's shadow during an eclipse is an example of this, which means "partial shadow"
    $800 10
For years, Don McNeill brought us radio's "Breakfast Club" from this city's Allerton Hotel
    $800 5
In 1606, Willem Jansz became the 1st European to reach this continent
    $800 14
"Madame Bovary" got him prosecuted for "outrage of public morals and religion"
    $800 25
At Christie's, a bidder has a right to withdraw his bid at any time up until this happens
    $800 20
Device used to whirl glass tubes around to separate one liquid from another
    $1000 11
Sheraton Hotels is a subsidiary of this communications company
    $1000 6
South Africa still rules this former German colony which it was given after WWI
    $1000 15
Completes the title of the 1782 novel brought to Broadway in 1987, "Les Liaisons..."
    $1000 27
Highest auction price for any Art Nouveau piece was $360,000 in 1980 for a lamp by this craftsman
    $1000 21
He developed an electrostatic generator--the one with the big metal sphere on top
    DD: $2,100 28
Adjective describing the position of the word "this" in this clue

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pete Chuck Jennith
$6,500 $0 $4,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The World Bank & the International Monetary Fund are both headquartered in this national capital

Final scores:

Pete Chuck Jennith
$9,001 $0 $100
2-day champion: $22,601 3rd place: Mallin patio furniture 2nd place: trip on Eastern to the Caribbean & stay at the Xanadu Beach & Marina Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pete Chuck Jennith
$6,600 $2,100 $4,500
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1988-03-28
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