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JEOPARDY! Game - February 25, 2004

Contestants

Damon DiPietro, Carpenter from Marietta, GA
Janice Dooner Lynch, Homemaker from New York, NY
(Returning 1-day champ with $27,600)
Arthur Gandolfi, Commercial real estate executive from New York, NY
(Returning 3-day champ with $101,300)

JEOPARDY! Round - February 25, 2004

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

STATE CAPITALS
GREAT OL' SONGS
WHAT'S THAT CALLED?
PRESIDENTIAL NAME FACTS
A GREEN CATEGORY
FITS "U" TO A "T"
$200 - Arthur

(1) A bronze statue known as "The Independent Man" tops the Rhode Island state house in this city


$200 - Arthur

(11) This U.S. state "here I come, right back where I started from"


$200 - Triple Stumper

(21) Dottle is the plug of ash you knock out of this


$200 - Janice

(6) Alphabetically by first name, he's listed last


$200 - Arthur

(16) (Video) It's the name of this experienced, yet still Green, politician


$200 - Janice

(26) If you've wrecked someone's careful planning, you've done this to the applecart


$400 - Janice

(2) Opened in 1917, the Museum of Fine Arts in this city was built in the Pueblo Revival style


$400 - Janice

(12) "Ev'ry morning, ev'ry evening, ain't we got" this


$400 - Damon

(22) As its name indicates, this device divides a cable signal before it enters your TV set


(-$400) - Arthur

(7) Alphabetically by last name, he's listed last


$400 - Janice

(17) (Video) Seen here, it's the cover illustration from this classic children's book


$400 - Janice

(27) The condition of an apple pie fresh out of the oven, it's also how I like my movies


$600 - Arthur

(3) Hollywood Cemetery in this city is the final resting place of James Monroe, John Tyler & Jefferson Davis


$600 - Arthur

(13) "When" this man "comes marching home again, hurrah, hurrah"


$600 - Janice

(23) Sir, you verily have offended me & if you'll not step aside I'll knock that cockade off this & into yon gutter


$600 - Janice

(8) He's the only President whose wife did not change her last name after he married her


$600 - Janice

(18) (Video) Happy hero of Green Bay seen here


$600 - Arthur

(28) Apple pie is often rich, so it makes sense that this part of the pie is a synonym for "rich"


(-$1000) - Arthur

(4) This city dropped the word "Great" from its name in 1868, while it was still a territorial capital

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Arthur

(14) This title completes the line "Now I ask you very confidentially ..."


$800 - Arthur

(24) The 4 sections attached to these to help them go straight in barrooms are called flights


$800 - Triple Stumper

(9) He's the only President with a 2-word last name


$800 - Arthur

(19) (Video) A cross-section of this green treat is seen here


$800 - Arthur

(29) Saying that Dutch apple pie is just good is one of these, because it's the best dessert on Earth


$1000 - Janice

(5) The exterior of the Gov.'s mansion in Tallahassee was inspired by The Hermitage in this other state capital


$1000 - Damon

(15) "I'm looking over" one of these "that I overlooked before"


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) (Video) Seen here is an instance of this type of sign


(-$1000) - Damon

(10) At 10 letters, he has the longest single middle name


$1000 - Damon

(20) (Video) Comic book evildoer seen here


$1000 - Arthur

(30) If a bakery spends $12 producing 6 apple tarts, this cost is $2


Scores at the first commercial break:
Janice: $2,600
Arthur: $1,000
Damon: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Arthur: $5,200
Janice: $4,800
Damon: $1,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 25, 2004

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ARCHITECTURE
THE EUROPEAN DIRECTOR'S CHAIR
EPHEN STEPHEN
WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
7th CENTURY HEADLINES
"NEW"S
$400 - Arthur

(6) A small campanile, hopefully batless


$400 - Janice

(1) "Two Men and a Wardrobe",
"Death and the Maiden",
"The Pianist"


$400 - Janice

(8) With his "Company" & "Follies", he can stand side-by-side with the best of Broadway's composers


$400 - Arthur

(26) Used to express a ratio, it's from the Latin for "by the hundred"


$400 - Arthur

(16) Reports say the first observance of this October 31st holiday held


$400 - Arthur

(14) It's put out by the Washington Post Company's magazine publishing division


$800 - Janice

(7) This 12th century style was revived in Europe in the 19th century & used for churches into the 20th century


$800 - Janice

(2) "Amarcord",
"La Strada",
"La Dolce Vita"


$800 - Janice

(9) With Steven Jobs he created a new Apple for your teacher


$800 - Damon

(27) Now a final resting place for great people, it was originally a great banquet hall for Norse gods


$800 - Janice

(17) Rhodes invaded by the Arabs; this ancient wonder's remains sold off


$800 - Janice

(18) "Space Aliens Are Here For Our Toothpaste!" is a typical headline of this American Media publication


(-$1200) - Arthur

$1200 - Janice

(11) Wallace K. Harrison met with success designing this theater for Lincoln Center


$1200 - Damon

(3) "Fahrenheit 451",
"Jules and Jim",
"The 400 Blows"


$1200 - Arthur

(10) The State University in Nacogdoches, Texas is named for him


$1200 - Arthur

(28) Latin for "cross", it's the critical point or feature of an argument


$1200 - Arthur

(20) Vitalian elected to this religious post; serves for 15 years


$1200 - Arthur

(19) Jay McInerney worked as a fact-checker at this magazine & portrayed it in "Bright Lights, Big City"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(15) (Video of Sarah) This railing system often seen on balconies includes a top rail, balusters, and sometimes a bottom rail


$1600 - Janice

(4) "Tie Me up! Tie Me Down!",
"High Heels",
"Talk to Her"


(-$1600) - Arthur

(-$1600) - Damon

(12) (Video) One of the Commodores, seen here


$1600 - Janice

(29) From the Hungarian for "shepherd", it came to mean shepherds' food, a stew of meat & vegetables


$1600 - Arthur

(21) The Avars attack the Byzantine capital city called this


$1600 - Arthur

(24) Journalist / novelist Pete Hamill has been editor-in-chief of both the New York Post & this paper


$2000 - Arthur

(23) This early 20th century school designed with horizontal lines like the flatness of the land in the midwest

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Damon

(5) "Mona Lisa",
"The Crying Game",
"Interview with the Vampire"


$2000 - Janice

(13) He was such a great poet that his unfinished "Western Star" won him a Pulitzer (his second) in 1944

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Janice

(30) Some say "Great Scott!" began as a tribute to the exploits of this Mexican War hero


$2000 - Arthur

(22) Saint David, patron saint of this U.K. country, passes on to his heavenly reward


$2000 - Arthur

(25) The 2003 movie "Shattered Glass" is set at this political magazine


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Arthur: $18,000
Janice: $18,000
Damon: $3,800


Final JEOPARDY!

ASTRONOMY
The name of Mintaka, a star in this constellation, is from the Arabic for "belt"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Damon: $3,800 + $0
Janice: $18,000 - $18,000
Arthur: $18,000 + $18,000


Final Scores
Arthur: $36,000 (4-day total of $137,300)
Damon: $3,800
Janice: $0

Arthur: $19,000 (24 right, includes 1 DD; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Janice: $18,000 (22 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Damon: $3,800 (6 right; 2 wrong)
Total: $40,800

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