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JEOPARDY! Game - April 2, 2004

Contestants

William Nicks, Jr., Substitute teacher from Covina, CA
Bobbie Lewis, Communications director from Oak Park, MI
Chris Miller, Retail specialist from Louisville, KY (Returning 1-day champ with $36,399)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 2, 2004

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

STATE SEALS
CLASSIC CARTOON CHARACTERS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
LIVRES EN FRANÇAIS
IT'S ALPHANUMERIC
W TO W
$200 - Bobbie

(26) Its state seal has a reverse side that displays the 6 flags that have flown over it


$200 - Chris

(1) This character's "Th-th-th-th-that's all, folks" is at the end of many Warner Bros. cartoons


$200 - Chris

(16) Commercial growers usually brush most of the fuzz off this fruit prior to sending it to market


$200 - William

(21) "L'art de la Guerre"


$200 - Chris

(6) An employer gives you this form to show how much you made during the year & how much you paid in taxes


$200 - Bobbie

(11) Roll about in the mud or self-pity


(-$400) - Bobbie

$400 - Chris

(27) The seals of both South Dakota & Nebraska feature riverboats steaming along this river


$400 - Chris

(2) He "will sleep til noon but before it's dark he'll have every picnic basket that's in Jellystone Park"


$400 - Chris

(17) Canned pears are most likely to be this variety


$400 - William

(22) "Le Silence des Agneaux"


$400 - Chris

(7) Napster helped popularize this music compression that was first developed in Germany in the 1980s


$400 - Chris

(12) (Video) It's the middle name used as the first name by the man seen here


$2000 - Chris

(28) The large star on its state seal displays symbols of the 5 civilized tribes which first settled there

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$600 - Chris

(3) Jay Ward & Bill Scott created this moose & squirrel


$600 - Bobbie

(18) The white variety of this purplish-red root vegetable has the highest sugar content of any vegetable


$600 - William

(23) "A la Poursuite d'Octobre Rouge"


$600 - Bobbie

(8) This top-of-the-line brand kicks it up a notch with its "zesty steak sauce"


$600 - Chris

(13) It's a device you can use to move your load of garden dirt from point A to point B


$800 - Chris

(29) The goddess of liberty & this great king adorn Hawaii's state seal


$800 - Chris

(4) This cartoon character from Bedrock is a large purple-ish pet Snorkasaurus


$800 - William

(19) Succotash is a southern dish of lima beans, sometimes chopped sweet peppers & this veggie


$800 - Chris

(24) "La Ferme
des Animaux"


$800 - Chris

(9) (Video) This vessel seen here has logged more than 5 million miles at sea


$800 - Bobbie

(14) The 1807 Treaty of Tilsit created the Duchy of this, now a Polish city


(-$1000) - William

$1000 - Bobbie

(30) The sun rising over the mountains on its seal shows that it was the first state west of the Alleghenies


$1000 - Chris

(5) Don Adams of "Get Smart" voiced this cartoon penguin


$1000 - Chris

(20) Bok choy is also called a Chinese type of this, but has a longer, looser head than the red or white types


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) "Autant en Emporte le Vent"


$1000 - Chris

(10) It's "the can with a thousand uses" & among them are removing stuck gum & adhesives, & lubricating parts


$1000 - Chris

(15) To separate the wheat from the chaff by tossing it into the wind


Scores at the first commercial break:
Chris: $7,400
Bobbie: $1,600
William: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $13,000
Bobbie: $3,000
William: $1,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 2, 2004

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ROYAL LANDMARKS
THE MOVIE WHERE KEANU PLAYED ...
PICTURE ME!
"V"ARIETY
YEAH, I PLAY THE OBOE
WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING OUT OF IT?
$400 - William

(21) Menkaure, who died around 2465 B.C., has one of these as his tomb


$400 - Chris

(1) LAPD bomb expert Jack Traven


$400 - Chris

(16) (Video) "So, Sioux me!" this man might have said when warned about oncoming danger in 1876


(-$400) - Chris

$400 - William

(11) At 16, this future commodore got his sea legs when he started a Manhattan-Staten Island ferry service


$400 - Chris

(6) Handy oboists learn to cut these to their personal preference out of pieces of cane


$400 - Triple Stumper

(23) "Titanic" includes the exchange "This ship can't sink!" --
"She is made of" this, "sir. I assure you she can"


(-$800) - Chris

$800 - William

(22) In 2001 at this city's Domkirke Crown Prince Haakon married a single mother & former waitress


$800 - Chris

(2) FBI special agent & surfer Johnny Utah


$800 - William

(17) (Video) This author's 1852 work helped inspire opposition to slavery in America


$800 - William

(12) It landed on Mars on July 20, 1976


$800 - Chris

(7) The oboe represents a duck in this orchestral "Tale for Children" by Prokofiev


(-$800) - William

$800 - Chris

(24) (Video) The objects seen here are made from this super-expensive metal, discovered in 1557


$1200 - William

(28) (Video of Sarah
at Schlosskirke
in Wittenberg, Germany)

The Emperor's Pew is where this German Emperor sat when the castle church was rededicated in 1892


$1200 - Chris

(3) Future religion founder Prince Siddhartha


$1200 - Bobbie

(18) (Video) He's the Brit seen here years before he was Prime Minister


$1200 - Chris

(13) (Video of Sarah
at Gleason's Gym
in Brooklyn, NY)

Seen here at Gleason's Gym is a quote from this Roman poet that ends, "Let him come forward, lace on the gloves, and put up his hands"


$1200 - Bobbie

(8) The highlight of the Classical-Period repertoire is his oboe & strings quartet of 1781


(-$1200) - Bobbie

(25) The soft ones are made from high-water-content polymers like hydroxyethyl-methacrylate


$2000 - William

(29) English folk still leave flowers at the spot where King Harold fell in this battle

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Chris

(4) Young attorney Kevin Lomax, who's just moved to New York City


$1600 - Chris

(19) (Video) He's been called the final victim of the Reign of Terror he helped start


(-$5000) - Chris

(14) Ritz-Carlton chef Louis Diat invented this soup around 1910 & named it for a city near his home in France

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $5000


(-$1600) - Bobbie

$1600 - Chris

(9) The oboe once had 6 finger holes & just 2 of these, but added more of these over the centuries


$1600 - William

(26) "In the big rock candy mountain, the jails are made of" this; "you can slip right out again as soon as they put you in"


$2000 - Chris

(30) (Video) 47 yards across, the compass seen here at Sagres, Portugal is said to have been used by this 15th century prince


$2000 - William

(5) Substitute football player Shane Falco


$2000 - Chris

(20) (Video) From the length of time she was queen, the original 9-day wonder seen here


$2000 - Chris

(15) 16th century Flemish "Father of Modern Anatomy"


$2000 - Bobbie

(10) The oboe concerto heard here is by this Italian concerto master


$2000 - William

(27) Gumboots are made primarily of this
(Do not say gum)


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $23,600
William: $12,200
Bobbie: $4,600


Final JEOPARDY!

GEORGE WASHINGTON
In 1798 George wrote to John Greenwood, a man in this profession, "I am ... ready to pay what ever you may charge me"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Bobbie: $4,600 + $0
William: $12,200 - $11,000
Chris: $23,600 - $801


Final Scores
Chris: $22,799 (2-day total of $59,198)
Bobbie: $4,600
William: $1,200

Chris: $27,200 (33 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Bobbie: $4,600 (9 right, includes 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
William: $11,800 (14 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 2 wrong)
Total: $43,600

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