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JEOPARDY! Game - January 13, 2004

Contestants

Meg Wall-Wild, Publications editor from Madison, WI
Dave Fuller, High school teacher from Midlothian, VA
Tom Walsh, Writer from Washington, D.C. (Returning 6-day champ with $152,900)

JEOPARDY! Round - January 13, 2004

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The number in parentheses preceding the clue denotes the order in which the clue was played.

MEDICAL MATTERS
NO. 1 HITS IN OTHER WORDS
A McCATEGORY
STATE STUFF
CLOTHES ENCOUNTERS
OF THE "THIRD" KIND
$200 - Dave

(26) "Brace yourself" -- Edward Angle was the first specialist in this dental field


$200 - Dave

(1) (1983)
Michael Jackson:
"Scram"


$200 - Tom

(19) Now in dictionaries, it's low-paying employment with no hope of advancement


$200 - Meg

(7) One of this state's license plates depicts an automobile & says it's the "World's Motor Capital"


$200 - Tom

(12) The costumes for this long-running musical based on a T.S. Eliot book of poems include pointy ears & tails


$200 - Dave

(2) The less developed, non-industrialized nations of the planet


$400 - Dave

(27) The FDA has approved getting your flu vaccine this way (same way as many pay their doctors)


$400 - Meg

(13) (1959)
Frankie Avalon:
"Second Planet from the Sun"


$400 - Tom

(22) On Feb. 1, 2000 he defeated George W. Bush in the New Hampshire primary


$400 - Dave

(8) This "Home on the Range" animal "roams" across Indiana's state seal


$400 - Meg

(14) A bullfighter's costume includes a satin "suit of lights" & a montera, a 2-cornered one of these


$400 - Meg

(3) It rose in Germany in 1933 & fell in 1945


$600 - Tom

(28) Because it mainly affects babies & children, this disease is also called infantile paralysis


$600 - Tom

(17) (1989)
Billy Joel:
"You & I Weren't Responsible for Those Flames"


$600 - Meg

(23) A spring wrapped around a shock absorber, it's the strut system of many front-wheel-drive vehicles


$1000 - Dave

(9) Its state poem, "Howdy Folks", was written for a memorial to a humorist & mentions Wiley Post

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Meg

(15) Because of the jackets they wore during the 18th century, troops of this nation were known as Redcoats


$600 - Meg

(4) In a classic comedy routine, it's where you'll find "I Don't Know"


$800 - Dave

(29) Listen up! Teens & adults, as well as children, may have this disorder, ADD for short


$800 - Dave

(18) (1986)
The Bangles:
"Saunter Similarly to Tut or Ramses"


$800 - Meg

(24) In 1841 a sound that became a center for Antarctic exploration was named for him


$800 - Meg

(10) Connecticut has a state ship -- this nuclear-powered submarine which was commissioned at Groton on September 30, 1954


$800 - Dave

(16) The distinctive colored clothes worn by these competitors are called "silks"


$800 - Meg

(5) This type of narrator is outside of the action commenting on it


$1000 - Meg

(30) In 1997 dieters who'd taken this drug combination were advised to get checked for heart damage


$1000 - Dave

(20) (1996)
Toni Braxton:
"Put Back Together this Beating Organ of Mine"


$1000 - Meg

(25) "The northern lights have seen queer sights, but the queerest they ever did see was that night ... I cremated" him


$1000 - Meg

(11) This state animal of Vermont, a breed of horse, is named for the ancestor's original owner


$1000 - Meg

(21) Designer Sarah Phillips made news for designing this woman's inaugural gown worn on Jan. 20, 1993


$1000 - Meg

(6) Called the Ajna Chakra in Hinduism, opening it leads to cosmic wisdom


Scores at the first commercial break:
Meg: $6,200
Dave: $1,800
Tom: $200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Meg: $10,600
Dave: $5,800
Tom: $2,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - January 13, 2004

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BERLIN IS IN!
MOVIE VILLAINS
PIRATES: FACT & FICTION
FILL IN THE RELATION
THE ART WORLD
WHAT YOU'RE LEFT WITH
$400 - Dave

(7) (Video of Cheryl at the Berlin Wall)
In Berlin in 1963, this American said, "Democracy is not perfect, but we never had to put a wall up to keep people in"


$400 - Dave

(1) This villain started out as Anakin Skywalker, a young slave on Tatooine


$400 - Meg

(26) Pew was an evil pirate in this classic 1883 novel


$400 - Dave

(16) Smothers ___, entertainers


$400 - Dave

(20) "The Fiddler", by Marc Chagall, is portrayed as a fiddler on one of these ... L'Chaim!


$400 - Dave

(6) If the bottom stripe falls off your American flag, you're left with this many


$800 - Tom

(8) Karl Schinkel designed the Werderscher Kirche as this type of building; it's now a Schinkel museum


(-$800) - Tom

$800 - Dave

(2) Of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly", the one played by Lee Van Cleef


$800 - Meg

(27) His ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge, was formerly a French merchant ship he took and refitted


$800 - Tom

(17) ___ Ben, rice guy


$800 - Meg

(22) This French sculptor's first masterwork, a young male nude circa 1875, was later called "The Age of Bronze"


$800 - Dave

(12) If 1/3 of the U.S. Supreme Court suddenly quits, there'll be this many judges left on the bench


$1200 - Tom

(9) Tempelhof Airport, opened in 1923, was made famous by this 1948-49 event


$1200 - Dave

(3) In this 1988 film Alan Rickman as Hans Gruber spoiled Bruce Willis' day -- well, night


$1200 - Tom

(28) In honor of its centenary, Joseph Papp produced a version of this in Central Park in 1980


$1200 - Dave

(18) ___ Machree, Irish favorite


$1200 - Tom

(23) 17th century artist born in Delft known for his paintings that have a cool, silvery light


$1200 - Dave

(13) If one of your nonet gets bumped off, you're left with a group called this


$1600 - Tom

(10) Much of this innovative female director's film "Olympia" was shot at Berlin's Olympic Stadium in 1936


$1600 - Tom

(4) Bill McKinney, one of the mountain men who went after Ned Beatty in this 1972 film, has a CD of love songs out


$1600 - Tom

(29) Tortola in this island group was a popular spot for 17th century pirates


$1600 - Meg

(19) ___ Jones, "Hee Haw" star


$1600 - Tom

(24) In 1930 Picasso created 30 etchings as illustrations for this ancient Roman's "Metamorphoses"


$3000 - Dave

(14) If 31 of the gross of personalized pencils you ordered were sent back due to typos, you'd still have this many

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$2000 - Tom

(11) (Video of Sarah at the Reichstag in Berlin)
The Reichstag became a museum after World War II, but was reborn in the '90s as the home of this parliament


$2500 - Tom

(5) Betty Lou Gerson voiced her in 1961; Glenn Close played her in 1996 & 2000

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2500


(-$2000) - Meg

(Video of Jeff Probst in Panama)
I'm Jeff Probst in Panama. In 1671, this Welsh buccaneer burned much of Panama City to the ground, while his men looted what was left


$2000 - Meg

(21) ___ Rhody, recipient of goose death notice


(-$2000) - Meg

(25) (Video) The Philadelphia Museum of Art has works by this famed local artist, like the one seen here, and a parking lot named for him


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) Congrats! You won the Nobel Prize in Economics -- that leaves you this many other categories to go after


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $17,300
Dave: $16,000
Meg: $12,200


Final JEOPARDY!

DEADLY FIRSTS
The first man to die as the result of one of these accidents was Lt. Thomas Selfridge on Sept. 17, 1908

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Meg: $12,200 + $12,000
Dave: $16,000 + $16,000
Tom: $17,300 + $14,700


Final Scores
Tom: $32,000 (Co-champion with 7-day total of $184,900)
Dave: $32,000 (Co-champion)
Meg: $24,200

Tom: $16,800 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 1 wrong)
Dave: $14,200 (21 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Meg: $12,200 (20 right; 2 wrong)
Total: $43,200

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