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JEOPARDY! Game - March 16, 2004

Contestants

Jennifer Thorne, Energy efficiency analyst from Washington, D.C.
Nick Gebelt, Attorney from Whittier, CA
Steve Reynolds, Accountant from Norman, OK (Returning 1-day champ with $24,401)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 16, 2004

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

ANCIENT ROMANS
HALF A NICE DAY
ON THE WATER
STORIED HOTELS
UTTER NONSENSE
"E" PICS
$200 - Nick

(6) A party of this leader's so-called friends conspired to kill him, & did, in March
44 B.C.


$200 - Jennifer

(24) If you're a half pint you've got this many ounces


$200 - Steve

(11) A land game with cars on a collision course, or a safer water game in which players sit on others' shoulders


$200 - Jennifer

(21) Hercule Poirot sups at the Savoy in this woman's novel "Lord Edgware Dies"


$200 - Jennifer

(1) This Irish stone gives you the power of persuasion


$200 - Nick

(16) It had an interesting casting choice, Madonna as the First Lady of Argentina


$400 - Nick

(7) Pliny the Elder died at Stabiae Aug. 24, 79 A.D. as a result of breathing noxious fumes from its activity


(-$400) - Steve

(-$400) - Jennifer

$400 - Nick

(25) In 2003 AMD introduced its 64-this chip; that's a lot of personal computing power & beats the standard 32


$400 - Nick

(12) The Prestige, this type of ship, made news in 2002 when it sank off Spain


$400 - Triple Stumper

(22) When Jonathan Harker leaves the Golden Krone Hotel in this novel, an old woman gives him a crucifix to wear


$400 - Steve

(2) Luncheon meat named for a city in Italy


$400 - Steve

(17) In 1960 it was let my people go to this film in which Paul Newman helps establish the state of Israel


(-$2000) - Nick

(8) This emperor who lived from 37 to 68 A.D. has a line of CD-burning software named for him

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$600 - Steve

(26) On the menu, "on the half shell" usually refers to a way of serving these, raw or Rockefeller


(-$600) - Nick

(13) (Video of Sarah
in Hawaii)

The name of this attachment that gives the canoe extra stability is often applied to the canoe itself


$600 - Triple Stumper

(23) Fans of this author love to stay at Les Trois Couronnes in Switzerland, the setting for his "Daisy Miller"


$600 - Nick

(3) A bed built on a shelf over another bed


$600 - Triple Stumper

(18) Judy Garland & Fred Astaire joined forces for this holiday classic


$800 - Jennifer

(9) This mad emperor (37-41 A.D.) often had dinner with Incitatus, his favorite horse, who lived in a marble stable


(-$800) - Nick

(-$800) - Jennifer

$800 - Steve

(27) If something is 50% gold, it has this many karats


$800 - Jennifer

(14) Ahoy! It's another term for the prinicipal mast aft of the mainmast


$800 - Steve

(29) (Video) Hi, I'm Paul McCrane from "E.R." I played Jodie Foster's brother, Frank Berry, in this film based on a John Irving novel


$800 - Nick

(4) A tower in Genesis 11:9


$800 - Nick

(19) Even in this film, his debut as a director, you could tell David Lynch was weird


(-$1000) - Jennifer

$1000 - Nick

(10) This orator wrote,"Let arms yield to the toga, the laurel crown to praise"


$1000 - Steve

(28) We guess it would take 2 of this rapper's "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" CDs to equal 1 Buck Owens


$1000 - Nick

(15) (Video of Jimmy
at the California Science Center
Titanic Artifact Exhibit)

On a sailing ship, it's the area near the rudder; in passenger ships like the Titanic, it provided the cheapest passage


$1000 - Steve

(30) Sylvia Plath once stayed at NYC's Barbizon, & fictionalized it as the Amazon in this autobiographical novel


$1000 - Nick

(5) Helium or this can be used to raise a balloon from which a gondola is suspended


$1000 - Steve

(20) In this 1988 film director John Sayles cast himself as sportswriter Ring Lardner


Scores at the first commercial break:
Nick: $2,800
Jennifer: $800
Steve: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Steve: $5,800
Nick: $3,400
Jennifer: $0


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 16, 2004

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STATES BY CITIES & TOWNS
THE STANLEY CUP
FEMINISM
"ME"DICINE
ANAGRAMMED RESPONSES
EPICS
$400 - Nick

(1) Kansas City,
Carthage,
Independence


(-$400) - Steve

(26) (Video of Alex
at Air Canada Centre
in Toronto)

Since there are now over 2,000 names on the Stanley Cup, one ring of it has been retired to this Toronto site


$400 - Nick

(16) In 1970 San Diego State established the first of many departments called this


(-$400) - Steve

$400 - Jennifer

(6) A thin layer of tissue; the walls of arteries have elastic ones


$400 - Nick

(21) Charlie's trio & 3 parts of a 3-sided plane figure


$400 - Nick

(11) In Book 12 of this Virgil epic, the Latins & Trojans unite (whoops, spoiled the ending for you, sorry)


$800 - Nick

(2) La Crosse,
Fond Du Lac,
Eau Claire


$800 - Triple Stumper

(27) The cup's first winner was an amateur team from this city whose NHL team has won it more than 20 times


$800 - Triple Stumper

(17) In 1836 the Grimke sisters pioneered women's right to speak in public when they flounced around denouncing this


$800 - Nick

(7) The time of a woman's life called menacme is ended by this


$800 - Jennifer

(22) A bride's smile & what's placed on her finger that put it on her face


$800 - Nick

(12) She, not the dairy queen, is the title character of a 6-book-long epic poem by Edmund Spenser


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(3) Saluda,
Spartanburg,
Sumter


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1200) - Nick

(18) Naomi Wolf wrote "Misconceptions: Truth, Lies, and the Unexpected on the Journey to" this status


$1200 - Jennifer

(8) This opiate that doesn't provide a high is used to gradually end a heroin addiction


(-$1200) - Nick

$1200 - Jennifer

(23) NYC department store founder R.H. & a 1978 Village People hit


$2600 - Nick

(13) Warrior-princess (not Xena) who's the subject of the Icelandic "Volsunga Saga" & the German "Nibelungenlied"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2600


(-$1600) - Jennifer

(4) Winter Park,
Winter Garden,
Winter Haven


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - Steve

(19) In 1997 Jay Leno's wife Mavis became chair of a campaign against mistreatment of women in this country


$1000 - Jennifer

(9) (Video) The girl seen here has concentrated areas of this on her cheeks

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1600 - Jennifer

(24) If you love a witch you take her these & all; if you love a scarecrow, you accept that he's full of this


$1600 - Nick

(14) From 1667, it includes the lines "Who first seduced them to that foul revolt? Th' infernal serpent; he it was"


(-$2000) - Nick

(-$2000) - Steve

(5) Red Cloud,
Pawnee City,
North Platte


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Steve

(20) The League of Women Voters was founded in this year in which women first voted nationally for President


$2000 - Nick

(10) This word often used of cancer comes from the Greek for "to change place"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) "Handy" helper to the Addams Family & the time when they all moonbathe


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) This Sumerian epic was written in cuneiform on clay tablets about 4,000 years ago


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Nick: $9,200
Steve: $6,600
Jennifer: $4,600


Final JEOPARDY!

MUSICAL THEATRE
When this off-Broadway show closed in 2002, its lyricist said, "You can't be sad for a show that has run 42 years"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jennifer: $4,600 - $4,600
Steve: $6,600 + $6,600
Nick: $9,200 - $4,001


Final Scores
Steve: $13,200 (2-day total of $37,601)
Nick: $5,199
Jennifer: $0

Nick: $9,800 (21 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 6 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Steve: $6,600 (11 right, includes 1 rebound; 4 wrong)
Jennifer: $5,200 (11 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Total: $21,600

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