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JEOPARDY! Game - March 19, 2004

Contestants

Mary Gabe, Legal assistant from Riverside, CA
Sonja Srinivasan, Education consultant & musician from San Diego, CA
Steve Reynolds, Accountant from Norman, OK (Returning 4-day champ with $75,102)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 19, 2004

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

THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
DISNEY FILM VOICES
FOOD AROUND THE USA
NEAR DISASTERS
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
RING IN NOW
$200 - Mary

(1) Article 2 says the President occasionally has to report to Congress "information on the state of" this


$200 - Steve

(16) Tony Goldwyn was the adult voice of this title "swinger"; Alex D. Linz played him as a feral child


$200 - Steve

(3) A big copper pot called a chaudiere is the source of the name of this New England soup


$200 - Mary

(22) On Sept. 8, 2001 Erin bacame the Atlantic season's first of these, but stayed mostly out at sea


$200 - Steve

(18) Sajak's cauldrons


$200 - Mary

(2) Joshua Reynolds invented this jewelry fad of the '70s that told others how you were feeling


$400 - Steve

(4) By Article 2, the President doesn't have to do this in his oath; he's given the option to "affirm"


$400 - Mary

(17) Ellen DeGeneres was adorable as Dory, a fish with short-term memory loss, in this 2003 hit


$400 - Triple Stumper

(8) To turn a plain hot dog into a New York City style one, add this veggie, steamed


$400 - Sonja

(27) In 1919 the lonely keeper of one of these helped save all 21 crewmen from fire on the steamer Frank O'Connor


$400 - Steve

(23) Sheen's motorcycles


$400 - Mary

(12) In 2002 Mexico's President Vicente Fox drew criticism for kissing this man's ring


$600 - Triple Stumper

(5) The last decade to see 3 amendments added


$600 - Sonja

(19) Hope you didn't "myth" this 1997 film, with James woods as the voice of Hades & Rip Torn as Zeus


$600 - Steve

(9) Oscar Mayer, Louis Rich & Swift's Premium all first packed their products in this state


$600 - Mary

(28) A possible nuclear war was averted (for the moment) in June 2002 talks between India & this country


$600 - Steve

(24) A Marx Brother's Argentinean cowboys


$600 - Triple Stumper

(13) As this hero, Hal Jordan had a whole speech to say while recharging his ring


(-$1000) - Steve

(6) With the Senate in session, a Senator can be arrested only for a felony, breach of peace or this, so "make the most of it"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$800 - Sonja

(20) Later an opera star, Mary Costa was a young unknown when Disney picked her to play this somnolent heroine


(-$800) - Sonja

$800 - Steve

(10) A monument to this chicken roosts in Adamsville in our smallest state


$800 - Mary

(29) In July 2002
9 men were dramatically rescued from a flooded mine in this state


$800 - Sonja

(25) Letterman's all-night dance parties


$800 - Sonja

(14) You know him as famous ring wearer Ringo Starr, but this was his pre-Beatle name


$1000 - Mary

(7) Ostensibly meeting to revise these, the delegates to the 1787 convention said we're starting over


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(21) Eddie Murphy was dragon around as a dragon named Mushu in this 1998 release


$1000 - Sonja

(11) Fried up in Louisiana along with the catfish are these balls of cornmeal, mixed with milk or water


(-$1000) - Sonja

(30) In 1907 this financier kept the stock market afloat by locking bankers in his library until they raised $25 million


$1000 - Sonja

(26) Shalhoub's fakes


$1000 - Sonja

(15) It's a ring that contains a small seal, used to make an impression in wax on official documents


Scores at the first commercial break:
Sonja: $2,000
Mary: $1,800
Steve: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Sonja: $4,600
Mary: $3,800
Steve: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 19, 2004

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SYMPHONY NICKNAMES
FENCING
CORPORATE SYMBOLS
THAT OLD TIME TELEVISION
SPELL THAT GOVERNOR
2 "Q"s
$400 - Mary

(9) Schubert's Symphony No. 8 is known by this na--


$400 - Triple Stumper

(4) (Video of Cheryl & Sofia)
Unlike epee, attacking with this type of sword gives the fencer the right of way to keep attacking


$400 - Sonja

(20) This legume wears a top hat & monocle & leans on a cane


$400 - Mary

(14) This 1950s Nelson family sitcom ran for 14 years


(-$400) - Sonja

(3) Of Ohio, coming from a long line of politicians, Bob ...


$400 - Steve

(1) This city is home to New Mexico's state fair


$800 - Mary

(10) "Ode to Joy" is the choral piece at the core of his "Choral" Symphony


$800 - Steve

(5) (Video of Cheryl & Sofia)
It's the basic term for the block of an opponent's attack


$800 - Mary

(21) A female figure reminiscent of the Statue of Liberty has been this film company's corporate insignia since 1936


$800 - Steve

(15) 2 of the 3 full-time "Tonight Show" hosts before Jay Leno


$800 - Steve

(22) Of New York, re-elected to a third term in 2002, George ...


(-$800) - Steve

$800 - Mary

(2) In a 1930 film John Barrymore played Capt. Ahab & Noble Johnson played this character


(-$1000) - Mary

(11) They should shine a great red spot-
light on the orchestra playing this Mozart Symphony, No. 41

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$1200) - Mary

(19) (Video of Cheryl & Sofia)
A touch with the sword point can also be called this. Hamlet gives Laertes "a very palpable" one


$1200 - Mary

(26) This hamburger chain's logo, a red-haired pigtailed girl, was based on the real-life daughter of its founder


$1200 - Steve

(16) This actress' TV character Alexis Carrington was once described as "Starts with B, rhymes with rich"


(-$600) - Steve

(23) Of California, Governator Arnold ...

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $600


$1200 - Steve

(6) (Video) This is used to play a game similar to racquetball


(-$1600) - Mary

(12) Seasoned musicians know both Milhaud's & Schumann's first symphonies are nicknamed this


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1600) - Mary

(-$1600) - Steve

(-$1600) - Sonja

(27) Appropriately, Snapper Lawn Mowers uses a cartoon version of this reptile as its symbol


$1600 - Steve

(17) With boxing as her category, Dr. Joyce Brothers won the top prize on this TV quiz show


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Of Arkansas, from the same hometown as Bill Clinton, Mike ...


$1600 - Sonja

(7) This clue is really something, actually it's the French for "something"


$2000 - Sonja

(13) Numbers 82-87 are his "Paris" symphonies; 93-104, his "London" ones


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(18) Jeepers, Dr. Smith! On TV's "Lost in Space" this actor played the youngest Robinson


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) Of Maine, a distant relative of bestselling thriller author David, he's John ...


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(8) It's a French dish of minced scallops in sauce topped with cheese & browned


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Sonja: $6,600
Steve: $6,200
Mary: $2,800


Final JEOPARDY!

PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEES
He wrote a "Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Mary: $2,800 + $2,800
Steve: $6,200 - $6,200
Sonja: $6,600 - $800


Final Scores
Sonja: $5,800
Mary: $5,600
Steve: $0

Steve: $7,800 (15 right, includes 1 rebound; 4 wrong, includes 2 DDs)
Sonja: $6,600 (11 right; 4 wrong)
Mary: $3,800 (14 right, includes 1 rebound; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $18,200

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