Show #785 - Friday, January 22, 1988

All of the categories started with the letter "B".


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Theo Schiller, a school librarian originally from North Fork, California

Stephanie Scott, a title officer assistant from Anaheim, California

Paul Tidwell, a tutor from Mission Hills, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $40,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Cock pheasants try to attract these with an elaborate display of cackles, whistles, crows & screams
    $100 1
On May 2, 1986, S.F. police detained Nicholas Soria for rooting too loudly for this Chicago team
    $100 8
In 1977, Frank Langella really sank his teeth into this role, & into his leading ladies, too
    $100 18
Once called Virginiola, Bermuda was closely connected with this similarly named colony
    $100 19
Today side shows are basically limited to carnivals & circuses that use these portable structures
    $100 4
The meat used in making traditional eggs Benedict comes from this animal
    $200 14
The bald eagle is found naturally only on this continent
    $200 2
The city of Arlington, Texas, founded by 1 of these lawmen, is home to a baseball team named for them
    $200 9
The musical "Raisin" was based on this non-musical play
    $200 27
Bermuda marks a corner of this area where over 1000 men have disappeared without a trace
    $200 20
Latin for "ring", the word circus was used to refer to these ancient Roman races
    $200 5
Popularized by several world's fairs, this waffle is served cooler than its American cousin
    $300 15
The number of chambers in a bird's heart, or a human's
    $300 3
Former Atlanta Braves slugger Bob Horner spent '87 season playing ball in this country
    $300 10
1972's "The Lincoln Mask" starred Eva Marie Saint as Mary Todd & this TV "Munster" as Abe Lincoln
    DD: $600 21
The following tune often accompanies an act featuring these animals, referred to in its title:

[Instrumental music plays.]
    $300 24
From French to "puff up", it should be baked on the lowest shelf in your oven & served at once
    $400 16
Since birds can't chew, they use this part of the stomach to grind their food
    $400 6
The 1982 All-Star Game, played in this city, was the 1st one played outside the United States
    $400 11
A & P heir Huntington Hartford dramatized this Charlotte Bronte novel in 1958, but it flopped
    $400 22
Greatest height at which this type of act was performed was 16,420' up, hanging from a balloon
    $400 25
Often served before brunch, this "bovine" cocktail is made with vodka & bouillon
    $500 17
Sea birds have special nasal glands that distill water & secrete this
    $500 7
A film bio says St. Louis English teachers wanted this pitcher-turned-broadcaster off the air
    $500 12
Barry Bostwick starred in this musical set at Rydell High, but Richard Gere was only an understudy
    $500 23
This, which can happen at the beginning or end of the show, is called the "spectacle"
    $500 26
Italian for "omelette", it's an Italian omelette

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

Paul Stephanie Theo
$2,300 $700 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Stephanie Theo
$2,300 $1,900 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
"Japan's #2 'eat out' company", they pronounce it "Ma-ku-do-na-ru-do"
    $200 16
Though Buddhism began in this country, by the 12th century it had largely died out there
    $200 21
In Nureyev's 1987 version of this ballet, Prince Charming is a movie star & the fairy godmother a producer
    $200 11
This city has bridges named for Walt Whitman, Betsy Ross & Ben Franklin
    $200 1
In 1987, Scotland commemorated the 400th anniversary of the execution of this queen
    $200 6
Bartlett's cites both a WWI army song & him for the phrase "Old soldiers never die..."
    $400 27
Its stock symbol is "GW" & it owns the NY Rangers, Paramount Pictures, & No Nonsense hose
    $400 17
On February 2, 1986, Pope John Paul II met with this exiled Buddhist leader
    $400 22
In 1909, the Ballets Russes gave its 1st performance at the Theatre du Chatelet in this capital
    $400 12
25 bridges carry U.S. Route 1 through much of this offshore Florida region
    $400 2
England's 1st secretary of the Admiralty, he's better known for his diary
    $400 7
1st name listed in the index, he's famed for the "Who's on first" quote
    $600 28
Some 890 billion dollars are protected by the FSLIC, whose full name is this
    $600 18
In Buddhism, it is called the symbol "of the law" & "of life", but not "of fortune"
    $600 23
Agnes de Mille turned dances she created for this musical about Scotland into the ballet "The Bitter Weird"
    DD: $1,000 13
2 continents, Europe & Asia, are linked by world's 5th longest suspension bridge in this city
    $600 3
They became joint sovereigns of England in 1689
    $600 8
Bartlett's says it was Bernard Baruch who 1st used this phrase describing "chilly" post-WWII tensions
    $800 29
This co. is called #3 U.S. producer of canned cat food, #2 in canned dog food & #1 for candy bars
    $800 19
This ideal state is the objective of Buddhist discipline
    $800 24
Legendary Russian who died in 1950, having spent some 30 yrs. in & out of mental institutions
    $800 14
A bridge over the Cam River in Cambridge, England is named after this soulful one in Venice
    $800 4
His son Richard was Lord Protector of England for less than a year, starting in 1658
    $800 9
Illinois city that concludes John Ehrlichman's quote "It'll play in..."
    $1000 30
After Kleenex & Huggies, it's said newsprint is their 3rd largest product
    $1000 20
Buddha is a title; this was his real name
    $1000 25
Denmark's Peter Martins danced with this U.S. company & succeeded Geo. Balanchine as its director
    $1000 15
The 2 NYC boroughs directly linked by bridges to New Jersey
    $1000 5
19th century prime minister whose fight for Irish home rule was last major battle of his political career
    DD: $1,000 10
Last quote listed under this Austrian's name is "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Stephanie Theo
$9,100 $6,900 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Born in Bengal in 1903, this author's most famous book was set 81 years later

Final scores:

Paul Stephanie Theo
$4,100 $11,900 $11,595
3rd place: Frigidaire microwave oven New champion: $11,900 2nd place: Berkline Wallaway sofa + Stiffel table lamps

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Stephanie Theo
$9,100 $6,900 $6,000
20 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1987-09-29
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