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JEOPARDY! Game - March 24, 2004

Contestants

Tom Ogorzalek, Writer & editor from Washington, D.C.
Grace Suh, Writer from New York, NY
Jack Rosenzweig, Government attorney from Honolulu, HI (Returning 1-day champ with $24,801)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 24, 2004

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

FAMOUS AMERICANS
BIBLE MOVIES
SCANDALOUS STORY HEADLINES
COLORS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
"MINI" BAR
(-$200) - Tom

$200 - Jack

(6) This man for whom a large city is named became Governor of Tennessee in 1827 & Governor of Texas in 1859


$200 - Grace

(11) Vitagraph's 1909 "Life of" this Biblical hero included a $10,000 scene of the parting of the Red Sea


$200 - Jack

(1) "Police arrest" this egg boy "after drunken 'Jackass' copycat falling-off-wall stunt!"


$200 - Jack

(12) It's the color some French undie sellers call
"le shocking"


$200 - Tom

(19) (Video) In the 11th century, William the Conqueror ordered the construction of this fortress on the Thames


$200 - Grace

(13) The Dodge Caravan & the Plymouth Voyager, for example


$400 - Jack

(7) After winning the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1958, he got his own piano competition


$400 - Tom

(25) Before he was Patton, this man played Abraham in 1966's "The Bible"


$400 - Jack

(2) "Arachnid infestation drives" this young miss "away from curds & whey eatery!"


$400 - Tom

(14) Yeats wrote, "When you are old and" this color "and full of sleep and nodding by the fire ..."


$400 - Tom

(20) Lausanne in this country is home to the International Olympic Committee & an Olympic museum


$400 - Tom

(18) Dr. Evil's clone


$600 - Triple Stumper

(8) In 1991 this Archbishop of Los Angeles was elevated to Cardinal


$600 - Jack

(29) Set during Nero's reign, this film's title is a line uttered by Peter to Jesus & means "Where are you going?"


$600 - Jack

(3) "In new reality show", this fairy tale maiden "chooses among seven stumpy suitors!"


$1000 - Tom

(15) The 2 opposing colors in the Wars of the Roses & in the Russian Civil War of 1918-1920

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Grace

(21) If people are parading through Copacabana playing their cuicas, it's this 4-day period


$600 - Tom

(24) It's also called putt-putt


(-$800) - Jack

$800 - Grace

(9) "The world's greatest gospel singer", she sang at Pres. Kennedy's inauguration & Martin Luther King's funeral


$800 - Jack

(26) In 1949 Victor Mature & Hedy Lamarr played this dysfunctional Biblical couple with a penchant for barber-ism


(-$800) - Jack

$800 - Tom

(4) This trio "requires dangerous rescue after risky oceangoing venture in bathtub!"


$800 - Tom

(16) (Video) Hi, I'm Charlie Garner of the NFL. These are the Oakland Raiders' 2 team colors; they strike fear in opponents


$800 - Jack

(22) The history of St. Thomas in this island group is exhibited at Fort Christian, named for Denmark's King Christian V


$800 - Jack

(27) "Roots" or "The Thorn Birds"


$1000 - Tom

(10) This author died in New Hampshire in 1864 during a visit with old school chum Franklin Pierce


$1000 - Jack

(30) Stewart Granger played Lot & Pier Angeli was his salty wife Ildith in the 1962 film about these 2 title cities


$1000 - Jack

(5) This abusive puppet "arrested again in domestic disturbance case; wife Judy says, 'This time it's over!'"


$1000 - Grace

(17) Among natural dyes, you can get this color from fustic, weld or turmeric


$1000 - Jack

(23) The buildings in this Bermudan capital are commonly painted in pastels & the roofs are made of coral


$1000 - Jack

(28) Abstract American art movement of the 1960s


Scores at the first commercial break:
Tom: $1,600
Jack: $1,200
Grace: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Jack: $7,400
Tom: $5,800
Grace: $2,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 24, 2004

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THE ROMANTICS
PLANTS & FLOWERS
COMPUTER "I"s
IT BORDERS BOTH
BEFORE & AFTER
ET AL
$400 - Tom

(21) (Video) Washington Allston specialized in this type of painting. The work seen here is titled "Moonlit" one


$400 - Tom

(1) Despite its name this carnivorous plant also eats caterpillars, spiders & crickets


$400 - Grace

(24) Your real desktop may be covered with Post-it notes, while your computer desktop is covered with these images


$400 - Tom

(8) Egypt & Lebanon


$400 - Jack

(3) Joan Crawford won an Oscar as this housewife-turned-waitress who went on to play James Bond


$400 - Tom

(16) He parodied Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by singing "Smells Like Nirvana"


$800 - Grace

(22) (Video of Jimmy
in Venice, Italy
at the Caffe Florian)

This poet talked about freedom at the Caffe Florian, and later journeyed to help the Greeks fight for freedom


$800 - Tom

(2) Literally meaning "flower of the lily", it was long a symbol of French royalty


$800 - Tom

(27) The name of this company can also mean information acquired by spies


$800 - Jack

(9) Nepal & Mongolia


$800 - Tom

(4) "Ali" portrayer & handgun manufacturer who celebrated their 150th anniversary in 2002


$800 - Grace

(17) (Video of Sofia
at the Seelbach Hilton
in Louisville, KY)

This mobster loved to play cards at the Seelbach Hilton, and even sent a mirror here from Chicago so he could watch his back


$1200 - Jack

(23) This opera composer's art really took off with 1843's "The Flying Dutchman"


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(13) (Video) Morbid nickname for the Titan arum, the giant stinky flower seen here


$3000 - Tom

(28) A 1994 article in Wired magazine said privacy was becoming "roadkill along" this

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


(-$1200) - Tom

(-$1200) - Jack

(10) France & Slovenia


$1200 - Tom

(5) Brutal Russian czar who's in the phase of toddlerhood marked by tantrums & contrary behavior


$1200 - Jack

(18) His mesmerizing Broadway debut as a junkie in the 1969 play "Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?" won him a Tony Award


$2400 - Grace

(25) (Video) He's the British author / illustrator whose work is seen here

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2400


$1600 - Tom

(14) Common in the southwestern U.S., the strawberry hedgehog belongs to this family of plants


(-$1600) - Grace

$1600 - Jack

(29) The Epson Stylus C82 is this type of consumer product


$1600 - Tom

(11) Venezuela & Argentina


$1600 - Tom

(6) A Russian goldsmith first made this prized enameled, jeweled McDonald's breakfast sandwich in 1973


$1600 - Jack

(19) This trumpeter teamed up with Ann-Margret on the album "Beauty and the Beard"


$2000 - Grace

(26) The film seen here is a romanticized biography of this Romantic man
Dialogue:
Man: You might have told me you were going.
Woman: I didn't think it mattered. You have your own private world at the piano lately. For example, this so-called "Polonaise" jumble you've been playing for days.


(-$2000) - Tom

(15) (Video) You don't have to go to New England to see this plant; lots of American homes have one


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) Faster than a modem connection, it's a method of transmitting data digitally over phone lines


$2000 - Tom

(12) Libya & Morocco


$2000 - Tom

(7) Andy Griffith gets his hair cut by this Mayberry character also known as Figaro in a Rossini opera


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) This singer must have been over the moon when he made "Moonlighting" a hit in 1987


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $19,600
Jack: $13,000
Grace: $7,600


Final JEOPARDY!

WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
This term was first used in an ice cream trade journal in 1937; it began to appear in the nuclear power industry in the '60s

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Grace: $7,600 + $7,500
Jack: $13,000 + $13,000
Tom: $19,600 - $6,401


Final Scores
Jack: $26,000 (2-day total of $50,801)
Grace: $15,100
Tom: $13,199

Tom: $17,400 (24 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Jack: $13,000 (20 right, includes 2 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Grace: $6,800 (10 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Total: $37,200

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