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JEOPARDY! Game - March 12, 2004

Contestants

Pat Harder, Teacher from Germantown, TN
Ellie O'Donnell, Systems analyst from Bloomington, IL
Bobby Goldstein, Database administrator from Arlington, MA (Returning 3-day champ with $42,200)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 12, 2004

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

EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY
STOCK SYMBOLS
MOVIE PREQUELS & SEQUELS
WORD PUZZLES
HAVE YOU 8?
YES, I'VE ETON
$200 - Ellie

(7) This coastal strip that has French & Italian sides is also known as the Cote d'Azur or Azure Coast


$200 - Ellie

(12) A retailer:
JCP


$200 - Bobby

(6) Angelina Jolie rocked as this sexy tomb raider in "The Cradle of Life"


$200 - Bobby

(1) (Video) A legendary character


$200 - Bobby

(21) The main part of this state is its 8 main islands


$200 - Ellie

(26) He hopefully had a ball at Eton before going on to write "Thunderball"


$400 - Bobby

(8) Until 1992 Bosnia & Herzegovina were part of this country


$400 - Bobby

(13) Purveyor of beautiful baubles:
TIF


$400 - Pat

(17) This prequel to a Farrelly brothers movie was subtitled "When Harry Met Lloyd"


$400 - Ellie

(2) (Video) Usually how I find Johnny Gilbert on pay days


$400 - Ellie

(22) Ranging in size from 2 inches in the Atlantic to 30 feet in the Pacific, they have 8 muscular tentacles


$400 - Ellie

(27) We know he revisted his "Brave New World" in 1958, but we don't know if he attended any Eton reunions


$600 - Bobby

(9) (Video of Sofia
in Madrid, Spain)

Madrid, one of Europe's highest capital cities, is located in the very center of this peninsula


$600 - Pat

(14) Where the food really stacks up:
IHP


$600 - Pat

(18) In 2002 Anthony Hopkins starred in this "colorful" prequel to "Silence of the Lambs"


$600 - Bobby

(3) (Video) A gangster's possible final footwear


$600 - Bobby

(23) At the start of a chess match, you have 8 of these pieces


$600 - Ellie

(28) Marshall Field III, who had fun times at Eton, merged his Sun & Times papers in this city in 1948


$1000 - Bobby

(10) Corsica & this Italian island are packed so close together they're only about 7 miles apart

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Bobby

(15) A drug store:
WAG


$800 - Bobby

(19) Also known as Episodes I & II,
1 of 2 "Star Wars" prequels to be released


$800 - Pat

(4) (Video) You'll need to do this, contractually


$800 - Ellie

(24) It's a common knot or an old compulsory move for skaters


$800 - Bobby

(29) James Oglethorpe went to Eton, did other stuff, then founded this colony in America


$1000 - Ellie

(11) Almost 70% of Denmark's land is on this peninsula; islands account for the rest


$1000 - Bobby

(16) A provider of energy services:
HAL


$1000 - Bobby

(20) In "Rocky II" Rocky becomes the world heavyweight champ after a rematch with this opponent


(-$1000) - Bobby

(5) (Video) Repeatedly, or continuously


$1000 - Bobby

(25) When filled, the L-shell around a nucleus will have 8 of these in it


(-$1000) - Bobby

(30) In power in the 1720s & 1730s, this Etonian is considered England's first Prime Minister


Scores at the first commercial break:
Bobby: $4,800
Ellie: $1,800
Pat: $1,400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Bobby: $7,600
Ellie: $4,200
Pat: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 12, 2004

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16th CENTURY AMERICA
OLD SWEET SONGS
LITERARY TRANSLATIONS
BORN & DIED
THEY EAT THAT?
"O" YES!
$400 - Bobby

(16) The city of Tuscaloosa in this state is named for a Choctaw leader who fought Hernando de Soto in 1540


(-$400) - Pat

(14) In 1958 Chuck Berry sang, "All over St. Louis, way down in New Orleans, all the cats wanna dance with" her


$400 - Ellie

(2) An antiwar novel:
"Im Westen nichts Neues"


$400 - Bobby

(8) He was born in Genoa, Italy in 1451 & died in Valladolid, Spain in 1506


$400 - Ellie

(21) A food stand by London's Petticoat Lane is called, & serves, "jellied" this elongated fish


$400 - Bobby

(1) A dangerously large ingestion of a drug leading to hospitalization or death


$800 - Triple Stumper

(17) Drake's Bay in what's now this west coast state is believed to be the inlet that Sir Francis Drake sailed into in 1579


$800 - Triple Stumper

(15) Both Bobby Goldsboro & Mariah Carey had No. 1 hits with songs using this sweet title


$800 - Pat

(3) A suspense tale:
"Il Pendolo di Foucault"


$800 - Bobby

(9) Born in Oak Park, Illinois in 1899; closed the book on himself in Ketchum, Idaho in 1961


$800 - Triple Stumper

(22) In Berlin it's popular to dust your sausage with this powder popular in Asia


$800 - Bobby

(4) They're now the Tennessee Titans


(-$1200) - Bobby

(-$1200) - Pat

(18) Stories spread by Cabeza de Vaca inspired Coronado to search for the Seven Golden Cities of this


$1200 - Bobby

(28) Brenda Lee sang, "My baby whispers in my ear, ummmm" these, "he knows the things I like to hear"


$1200 - Bobby

(5) Aristophanes' ribbit-tickler:
"Batrachoi"


$1200 - Ellie

(10) Born in Ulm, Germany in 1879, he died in Princeton, New Jersey in 1955


(-$1200) - Bobby

(23) Swifts may provide the raw material for this Asian soup


(-$1200) - Pat

$1200 - Bobby

(13) From the Greek for "correct teeth", it's the dental specialty that's used to give you them


$1600 - Bobby

(19) The French established a settlement on this South Carolina island in 1562 -- tell it to the Marines!


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) In this song the Chiffons asked, "Why do I love him like I do?"


(-$2000) - Bobby

(6) A really "deep" book:
"Vingt Mille Lieues Sous les Mers"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Ellie

(11) Born in Paris in 1840, he got the final brush off at Giverny in 1926

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Callos, this stomach lining, is considered a delicacy in Madrid


$1600 - Bobby

(26) One of the earliest, this Mesoamerican people's civilization flourished around 1200 B.C.


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) (Video of Jimmy
on Martha's Vineyard)

This Italian explorer sailed past Martha's Vineyard in 1524 and gave it the name Louisa, but it didn't catch on


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs had a hit with "Sugar Shack" & Nancy Sinatra with this sweet place


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(7) The romantic
"De Amor y de Sombra"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(12) He was born in Norwich, Connecticut in 1741 & died in London in 1801


$2000 - Ellie

(25) This spread that's from the Land Down Under & in the song "Down Under" is definitely an acquired taste


$2000 - Pat

(27) 3-word title of the play Abraham Lincoln was watching when he was shot


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Bobby: $12,800
Ellie: $9,800
Pat: $2,400


Final JEOPARDY!

MYTHOLOGY
The current medals for the Summer Olympics feature this goddess on them

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Pat: $2,400 + $0
Ellie: $9,800 - $0
Bobby: $12,800 - $7,200


Final Scores
Ellie: $9,800
Bobby: $5,600
Pat: $2,400

Bobby: $14,600 (25 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound); 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Ellie: $9,800 (14 right, includes 1 DD; 0 wrong)
Pat: $2,400 (6 right; 3 wrong)
Total: $26,800

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