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JEOPARDY! Game - January 14, 2004

Contestants

Steve Hall, Nurse & Mr. Mom from Hamden, CT
Dave Fuller, High school teacher from Midlothian, VA (Returning 1-day champ with $32,000)
Tom Walsh, Writer from Washington, D.C. (Returning 7-day champ with $184,900)

JEOPARDY! Round - January 14, 2004

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

CONNECTICUT
1980
VENTURE "A"
SHAMPOO
COLOR
CUT
$200 - Dave

(1) At the museum of these in Bristol, it gets very, very noisy on the hour, every hour


(-$200) - Dave

$200 - Steve

(2) The IRS said the cost of maintaining a cat trained to alert these people to possible dangers is tax deductible


$200 - Tom

(11) Him, her, him, him, her ... doesn't matter who


$200 - Tom

(27) This company's "No More Tears" baby shampoo comes in bottles ranging in size from 1.5 to 40 fl. oz.


$200 - Dave

(14) Light brown, like a file folder; it's traced back to a Philippine seaport


$200 - Steve

(21) For his "Redux" of this war film, Francis Ford Coppola added 49 minutes of footage not in the original cut


$400 - Dave

(3) Product that was the specialty of the bakery Harry Lender opened in 1927 in Connecticut


$400 - Tom

(4) The only time he was knocked out (TKO) was on October 2, 1980 against Larry Holmes


$400 - Steve

(12) It's also called a postmortem


$400 - Dave

(28) This 1/4 moisturizer lotion soap now has a shampoo line with weightless moisturizers


$400 - Dave

(15) Damson, a shade of purple ( & a heck of a plum), refers to this Syrian city


(-$400) - Tom

(22) The trailer for this Hugh Grant - Sandra Bullock film included the "You love him," "I love him?" scene; the film didn't


(-$600) - Dave

(-$600) - Tom

(5) Miss Porter's School in Farmington was the alma mater of this Long Island-born First Lady


$600 - Dave

(8) (Video) Many fled their homes as a result of this May 18, 1980 event seen here


$600 - Dave

(13) Sylvia Plath's "The Bell Jar" is described as this, as it's partially based on incidents in her own life


$600 - Steve

(29) Dr. Ruth has shown up in commercials for this shampoo line from Clairol


$600 - Dave

(16) Earth of this Tuscany town, raw or burnt, is used to make brown pigments


$600 - Steve

(23) The musical number "Human Again", originally cut from this Disney fairy tale, was used in the stage version


$800 - Tom

(6) In the 19th century the ivory imported from Africa into Ivoryton, Connecticut was exported mainly as these

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


$800 - Tom

(9) In a race for the governorship of Arkansas Frank D. White beat this incumbent


(-$800) - Dave

$800 - Tom

(19) Get mad, get really mad
-- it's alphabetically the first of the 7 deadly sins


$800 - Dave

(30) Its Pro-V line is enriched with pro-vitamin complexes


$800 - Dave

(17) The royal family of the Netherlands is the House of this, a small principality now part of Vaucluse in France


$800 - Tom

(24) For the "bootleg" director's cut he added 35 more minutes to his "Almost Famous"


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(7) It's about 40 miles from SoHo in Manhattan to SoNo, a commercial district in this Connecticut town


$1000 - Steve

(10) Due to their unpopularity the U.S. Mint stopped making them, temporarily, less than a year after their introduction


(-$1000) - Steve

(-$1000) - Dave

(-$1000) - Tom

(20) Bartolomeo Eustachio is considered a founder of the modern version of this science


$1000 - Dave

(26) This brand's "Plus" is a "2-in-1" formula that combines shampoo & conditioner


$1000 - Tom

(18) Gamboge is a yellow pigment that got its name from its origin in this southeast Asian country


(-$1000) - Tom

(25) Her "You Are My Lucky Star" number was cut from "Singin' in the Rain", but it's back on the DVD


Scores at the first commercial break:
Tom: $1,600
Dave: $1,600
Steve: $1,600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Dave: $3,400
Tom: $2,000
Steve: $2,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - January 14, 2004

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PSALMS PSUMMARY
ON THE RADIO
CLARK BAR
HOLEY
FOR BIRD BRAINS
"CON" GAME
$400 - Dave

(1) Psalm 3 is "A psalm of" him, "when he fled from Absalom his son"


$400 - Dave

(16) The 20th century's top song in U.S. airplay, this one by the Righteous Brothers has been heard over 8 million times


$400 - Dave

(19) This "Bandstand" & "Pyramid" host didn't help build the Pyramids; the almanac only carbon-dates him back to 1929


$400 - Dave

(26) According to J.R.R. Tolkien, "In a hole in the ground there lived" one of these


$400 - Triple Stumper

(3) One of the practices the "Kama Sutra" says men should master is training these birds to speak


$400 - Steve

(2) When it comes to cars, ragtop is slang for this


$800 - Tom

(12) These silver & gold objects that some worship "have mouths, but they speak not; eyes ... but they see not"


$800 - Dave

(17) In 1984 L.A.'s KDAY became the USA's first station devoted to this genre of music


$800 - Dave

(20) Though considered a co-captain with his partner Meriwether Lewis, he was actually a lieutenant


$800 - Dave

(27) You put your Dixon Ticonderoga into a hole called a "chuck" in this device


$800 - Steve

(4) Whooping cranes whoop it up mainly on this continent


$800 - Dave

(8) Cortes & Balboa were 2 of the most famous of these Spanish military adventurers


$3000 - Tom

(13) Like Psalm 23, Psalm 80 begins by comparing God to this worker

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$1200 - Steve

(18) Terry Gross' interview show from WHYY in Philadelphia is a breath of this, its title


$1200 - Dave

(21) In 1987 she became president of the Mystery Writers of America


$1200 - Steve

(28) It was the Indian dungeon in which over 100 British soldiers reputedly perished in June 1756


$1200 - Steve

(5) In 1993 a flock of these followed an ultralight plane from Ontario to Virginia


$1200 - Dave

(9) He was the first Roman Emperor to convert to Christianity


$1600 - Tom

(14) In Hebrew Psalm 34 is one of these: its verses begin with the letters alef, bet, gimel ...


$1600 - Tom

(24) It airs each Saturday; June 21, 2003's topic was Iraq, June 28's Medicare


(-$1600) - Dave

$1600 - Tom

(22) A director of London's National Gallery, he introduced the world to art in his TV series "Civilisation"


$1600 - Steve

(29) This famous hideout used by Butch Cassidy lent its name to his outlaw gang


$2000 - Steve

(6) Once moving in flocks of over a billion, enough to darken the skies, they've sadly been extinct since 1914

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Tom

(10) It's the point where 2 or more rivers join to flow as one


$2000 - Tom

(15) Psalm 37 includes this point about humble people, also made by Jesus on the mount


$2000 - Tom

(25) Starting in 1940, the longest continuous sponsorship in broadcast history is this co.'s of The Met on the radio


$2000 - Tom

(23) In 1967 he replaced Nicholas Katzenbach as LBJ's Attorney General


$2000 - Steve

(30) In children's tales, Winnie the Pooh got stuck in one & Alice fell through one


$2000 - Dave

(7) (Video) Named for a prominent feature, it's the bird seen here


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(11) (Video) Seen here, this one at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas is exquisite


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $18,200
Steve: $12,400
Dave: $11,000


Final JEOPARDY!

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
This country's coastline, on the Gulf of Aden & the Indian Ocean, is the longest on the African continent

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Dave: $11,000 - $11,000
Steve: $12,400 + $12,400
Tom: $18,200 - $6,600


Final Scores
Steve: $24,800
Tom: $11,600
Dave: $0

Tom: $16,400 (17 right, includes 2 DDs & 2 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Steve: $12,000 (14 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Dave: $11,000 (22 right; 5 wrong)
Total: $39,400

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