Show #783 - Wednesday, January 20, 1988

Missing Paul's Final Jeopardy! Round response.


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Amy Wrobel, an attorney from Las Vegas, Nevada

Barbee Cox, a librarian from Austin, Texas

Paul Tidwell, a tutor from Mission Hills, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Its title is "Where The Columbines Grow", but don't ask if I can hum it
    $100 22
Hallmark has 41 full-time writers producing these, which account for 1/2 of household-to-household mail
    $100 8
In an early Rolling Stones song, Mick sings, "I'm a king bee, I" do this "all night long"
    $100 3
Workout leader on the home video called "Bubba--Until It Hurts"
    $100 5
To avoid the taste of glue when applying postage stamps, lick this instead of the stamp
    $100 1
When Elizabeth II personally knights a man, she touches him on both shoulders with this
    $200 14
Colorado leads the nation in the production of molybdenum, a metal that hardens this alloy
    $200 23
This 9 Lives star announced in August 1987 he's running for president as an Independent, not a Demo-Cat
    $200 9
This rock trio consists of Frank Beard & 2 guys with long beards
    $200 18
In May 1987, for the 1st time in the U.S., a donor of this organ lived on after the donation
    $200 27
Egg shells absorb this a lot better if they are hard-boiled, chilled & washed with detergent
    $200 2
Both Churchill & Eisenhower were knights of a Danish order named for this long-tusked mammal
    DD: $300 15
At "4 Corners" you're only a few steps away from these 3 other states
    $300 24
Sheraton Hotels are owned by this communications company
    $300 10
He got married in 1935 to the woman with whom he made beautiful music, Harriet Hilliard
    $300 19
Nutritionists warn that these drinks at McDonald's contain more sodium than the French fries do
    $300 28
If you need a salad bowl larger than any you have, try using this refrigerator compartment
    $300 4
The Knights of the Garter wear pendants depicting this patron saint fighting a dragon
    $400 16
It went from a near ghost town to a resort famed for its summer music festival & winter skiing
    $400 25
Philadelphia's Smithkline Beckman Corp. makes this, said to be the biggest-selling cold remedy in world
    $400 11
Controversial heavy metal rocker who says he really advocates an anti-"Suicide Solution"
    $400 20
Because you do this more when you're walking than running, your upper body gets a better workout
    $400 6
Those dubbed at what is believed to be his tomb were Knights of the Holy Sepulcher
    $500 17
The highest of these in the world for motor vehicles lies due west of Denver on I-70 in the Rockies
    $500 26
According to the book "Who Owns What", this is the nation's largest maker of men's formal wear
    $500 12
Term used for plucking, not bowing, a violin
    $500 21
WHO is a health agency of this organization
    $500 7
An unfinished 12th c. romance introduced the knight Perceval, who sought this vessel

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

Paul Barbee Amy
$2,000 $400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Barbee Amy
$3,300 $200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Penelope waited for Odysseus to return from this conflict... & waited & waited
    $200 23
A lobster grows a new soft shell under the old hard one before dong this, which takes about 15 minutes
    $200 19
Linda Gray's leg, not Anne Bancroft's, was the one on poster for this Dustin Hoffman film
    $200 6
This common Latin phrase used in government statistics means "by heads"
    $200 7
Ancient empire whose capital was Cuzco, in what is now Peru
    $200 12
Because she was married when she claimed the English throne, her name was really Lady Jane Dudley
    $400 2
Now a synonym for masculine beauty, he was the result of an incestuous relationship
    $400 24
Biologists call the jellyfish by this name, perhaps because it's as gruesome as a Gorgon
    $400 20
George Raft shared the screen with this sexpot in her 1st film, "Night after Night", & her last, "Sextette"
    DD: $300 8
Constitutional amendment which guarantees the right to assemble peaceably
    $400 10
Chileans call them "huasos", but we call them this, pardner
    DD: $800 13
Character heard in the following:

"Here's the smell of blood still. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand"
    $600 3
Athena emerged, fully grown & armed, from this part of Zeus' body
    $600 25
This enormous man-eater is also known as the white pointer
    $600 21
The famous couple who inspired the roles played by James Caan & Marsha Mason in "Chapter Two"
    $600 9
The Bureau of Land Management is part of this Cabinet department
    $600 11
The largest one of these in South America is the Atacama
    $600 14
In 1932, his sister Adele left the act to marry Lord Cavendish & become a real "Lady Be Good"
    $800 4
After death, the good & heroic dwelt forever under clear skies in these fields
    $800 26
The elongated body part for which this fish is named can penetrate whales & even boats
    $800 22
He won an Oscar for "Hud" in 1963 & another just for "Being There"
    $800 28
The Electoral College meets in this month to determine the president & vice president
    $800 17
Unlike most of South America, Venezuela considers this, not soccer, its national sport
    $800 15
Her patience with her husband Leofric was sorely taxed when he overtaxed people of Coventry
    $1000 5
This name was used to denote a female prophet, regardless of how many personalities she had
    $1000 27
This position is next in line for presidential succession after the Speaker of the House
    $1000 18
Belo Horizonte, Brazil & La Plata, Argentina are both modeled after this U.S. city
    $1000 16
Lady Antonia Fraser is known for her bios of Cromwell & Charles II & her marriage to this playwright

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Barbee Amy
$10,300 $400 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Ironically, the 1958 Communist Chinese economic drive that fell flat on its face was called this

Final scores:

Paul Barbee Amy
$13,800 $50 $12,601
2-day champion: $24,400 3rd place: Silent Thunder serigraph by Eyvind Earle from Robert Bane Editions 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Washington, D.C. & stay at the Madison Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Barbee Amy
$10,300 $1,200 $6,800
24 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
4 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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Game tape date: 1987-09-29
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