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JEOPARDY! Game - February 17, 2004

Teen Tournament Contestants

Heather Goodlett, Sophomore from Hanceville, AL
Meghan Apfelbaum, Senior from Menands, NY
Jennifer Wu, Sophomore from Arkadelphia, AR

JEOPARDY! Round - February 17, 2004

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

A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE
FRENCH HISTORY
ASHTON KUTCHER
ANIMALS
COUNTRIES BY NEWSPAPERS
FAMILIAR PHRASES
(-$200) - Meghan

$200 - Jennifer

(11) It says that "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish"


$200 - Meghan

(14) The largest square in Paris, the Place de la Concorde, was the site of this deadly device during the French Revolution


$200 - Meghan

(4) Breaking a million hearts, Ashton began dating this older woman around April 2003


$200 - Jennifer

(1) Ants of subfamily Ponerinae are so socially primitive that this ant has to forage for itself instead of being attended to


$200 - Heather

(22) The Daily Yomiuri &
the Fukui Shimbun


$200 - Jennifer

(17) Get out the umbrella because "When it rains, it" does this


$400 - Triple Stumper

(12) In Spanish this storybook character is known as
Risitos de Oro


$400 - Meghan

(15) This female warrior was burned at the stake in Rouen in 1431


(-$400) - Meghan

(-$400) - Jennifer

(-$400) - Heather

(5) On the seventh of February in 1978, Ashton Kutcher was born in Cedar Rapids in this state


(-$400) - Meghan

$400 - Jennifer

(2) (Video of Jimmy in Alaska)
This sense is said to be keener in raptors, such as hawks, than in any other creature


(-$400) - Meghan

$400 - Heather

(24) Zlinske Noviny &
the Prague Business Journal


$400 - Meghan

$400 - Jennifer

(19) (Video of Cheryl) Meaning "to do or say exactly the right thing," it's the phrase I'm demonstrating here


$600 - Jennifer

(13) snopes.com is a reference page of these "legends", like the one about Bill Gates paying cash for forwarding
e-mail


$600 - Heather

(16) She was just 14 when she married the future Louis XVI in 1770


$600 - Meghan

(6) It's the Ashton Kutcher movie where he looks for his wheels


$600 - Heather

(3) The Asian parrot named for this mammal sleeps hanging upside-down


$600 - Jennier

(25) The Medicine Hat News &
the Labradorian


$600 - Heather

(20) The bottom of the ocean is sometimes referred to as this man's "locker"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(23) "Pipe Dreams: A Surfer's Journey" is this champ's autobiography


$500 - Meghan

(27) Between 1309 & 1377 Avignon, France was the seat of power for this important world figure

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $500


$800 - Meghan

(7) Ashton plays Michael Kelso on this TV show that made him a star


$800 - Triple Stumper

(9) (Video of Sofia in Portland, ME)
Lobsters are called bugs or spiders because they belong to this phylum along with insects and arachnids


$800 - Triple Stumper

(29) The Cebu Daily News &
the Mindanao Times


$800 - Jennifer

(21) Alluding to a Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem, an annoying burden is like having this bird "around one's neck"


$1000 - Meghan

(26) Striated & skeletal are names of the voluntary type of this tissue


$1000 - Meghan

(28) Louis XIV had this fabulous palace built just outside Paris on the site of an old hunting lodge


(-$1000) - Heather

$1000 - Jennifer

(8) In the late '90s Ashton appeared in ads for this designer's blue jeans


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(10) With only 4 species, these African carrion eaters make up the smallest carnivore family


$1000 - Meghan

(30) Correio da Bahia &
Diario da Amazonia


(-$1000) - Jennifer

(-$1000) - Meghan

(18) The phrase "the most unkindest cut of all" comes from this Shakespeare play where it describes a fatal wound


Scores at the first commercial break:
Jennifer: $2,000
Meghan: $1,200
Heather: -$800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Meghan: $3,700 (Originally $2,900. The judges reversed their ruling on a $400 clue during the break.)
Jennifer: $3,000
Heather: $1,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 17, 2004

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A KNOWLEDGE OF WEALTH
FAMOUS, LIKE, QUOTATIONS
TELEVISION
MEN OF SCIENCE
GOD BLESS ARMENIA
4-LETTER X-RATED WORDS
$400 - Heather

(6) This couple's well-publicized $2 million September 14, 2003 wedding was canceled a few days before the event


$400 - Jennifer

(7) Emerson was all, like, "If a man can ... make a better" one of these, "the world will make a beaten path to his door"


$400 - Heather

(9) Brooke Burns hosts this show, sort of a cross between "Fear Factor" & "The Weakest Link"


$400 - Heather

(20) On his temperature scale, he fixed the freezing point of water at 32 degrees & the boiling point at 212


$400 - Heather

(24) The main motif of the Khachkar, a common Armenian stone carving, is this religious symbol


$400 - Heather

(1) Get in a yellow one in New York City & it'll cost you at least $2, not including tip


$800 - Heather

(8) He raised about $20 million for the 2003 campaign that got him elected Governor of California


$800 - Jennifer

(14) Gandalf quotes, "One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all and", like, do this


$800 - Meghan

(10) Ryan moves from Chino to upscale Newport Beach on this Fox series


$800 - Meghan

(21) While he invented spectroscopy with Gustav Kirchhoff, he didn't invent the burner that's named for him


$800 - Heather

(27) In 1922 Armenia joined the Transcaucasian Republic, which then became part of this union


$800 - Jennifer

(2) The way out


$1200 - Meghan

(17) In 1997 he promised to donate $1 billion to the United Nations; as of 2003 he's given $550 million of his own money


$1200 - Meghan

(15) Samuel Johnson was all, "Being in" one of these "is being in a jail, with the chance of being drowned"


$1200 - Meghan

(11) Michael Vartan plays CIA agent Michael Vaughn on this ABC thriller


$1200 - Jennifer

(22) Through his experiments with pea plants, he discovered the basic principles of heredity


$1200 - Heather

(28) A 1990s energy shortage forced the restart of Metsamor, this type of plant, although it's in an earthquake zone


$1200 - Jennifer

(3) In terms of the batting order for baseball, the guy on deck is this


$1600 - Jennifer

(18) (Video) Got money? This pair of heiresses to a hotel fortune certainly does


$1600 - Jennifer

(16) After winning at Fredericksburg, he goes, "It is well that war is so terrible. We should grow too fond of it"


$1600 - Meghan

(12) Grieving dad Treat Williams moved his family to this title Colorado town on a WB drama


$1500 - Jennifer

(23) Linus Pauling had the same initials as this other famous chemist who lived in France 100 years earlier

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1500


$1600 - Meghan

(29) (Video) Of Armenian heritage, this family singer seen here was named for an Armenian author


$1600 - Jennifer

(4) A pair of wheels rotate on this shaft


$2000 - Jennifer

(19) Since 1967 this company has awarded over $187 million, many winners getting their shares from the Prize Patrol


$2000 - Meghan

(25) So it was all in, like, German, but this shrink wrote, "God is nothing other than an exalted father"


$2000 - Heather

(13) (Video) A young Robin is seen here from this anime-influenced show


$2000 - Jennifer

(26) In 1935 the Russian government built him a new lab to continue his work on conditioned reflexes


(-$2000) - Heather

$2000 - Jennifer

(30) In 1896 Armenian activists in Istanbul seized the bank that shared its name with this historic empire


$1500 - Jennifer

(5) They really get the yoke

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1500


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Jennifer: $21,200
Meghan: $14,100
Heather: $5,800


Final JEOPARDY!

OLYMPIC CITIES
It's the only national capital city in the Americas to have hosted the Olympic games

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Heather: $5,800 + $5,800
Meghan: $14,100 + $7,500
Jennifer: $21,200 + $7,000


Final Scores
Jennifer: $28,200
Meghan: $21,600
Heather: $11,600

Jennifer: $21,800 (22 right, includes 2 DDs & 5 rebounds; 2 wrong)
Meghan: $14,400 (18 right, includes 1 DD; 5 wrong)
Heather: $5,800 (14 right, includes 1 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Total: $42,000

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