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JEOPARDY! Game - April 8, 2004

Contestants

Martha Blakeslee, Floral designer & stay-at-home mom from Alexandria, VA
Scott "Renzo" Renzoni, Bartender & actor from Burlington, VT
Chris Miller, Retail specialist from Louisville, KY (Returning 5-day champ with $123,597)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 8, 2004

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

HISTORICAL PAINTINGS
FOREIGN FILM OSCAR NATIONS
TIME PERIODS
ARKANSASSY
CHILDREN'S LIT
A LITTLE "DEB"LL DO YA
$200 - Chris

(5) Guido Reni could have called his painting of this ruler "T & A", "A" standing for asp


$200 - Chris

(11) 1951:
"Rashomon"


$200 - Chris

(21) In a Hebrew Playboy mag you might find Miss Adar, Miss Nisan or Miss Tishri
(Adar, Nisan & Tishri being these)


$200 - Chris

(16) It's the largest state that Arkansas borders


$200 - Chris

(1) When this lumberjack was 3 weeks old, he rolled around so much in his sleep that he destroyed 4 sq. mi. of timber


$200 - Chris

(26) In 1858 Douglas & Lincoln engaged in 7 of them about slavery


$400 - Renzo

(7) (Video) The Armada portrait seen here shows this triumphant queen in all her glory


$400 - Renzo

(12) 1998:
"Life is Beautiful"


$400 - Renzo

(22) Twain & Warner dubbed the time of the rise of industrialization & riches after the Civil War "The Gilded" this


$400 - Chris

(17) In 1722 French explorer Bernard de la Harpe called the site of this city "La Petite Roche"


$400 - Renzo

(2) The Brothers Grimm wrote that Snow White was quieter & gentler than this sister


$400 - Chris

(27) They go in the left column on an accounting statement


$600 - Chris

(8) Around 1814 Pierre-Henri De Valenciennes painted this catastrophic 79 A.D. event


$600 - Martha

(13) 1973:
"Day for Night"


$600 - Martha

(23) One may be "Beat" or "Lost" or a period of about 30 years


$1000 - Chris

(18) Hatchet Hall in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is this famous teetotaler's historic residence

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Chris

(3) One version of this story begins, "There was once a poor miller who had a very beautiful daughter"


$600 - Renzo

(28) From the French for "leading off", it's a young woman introduced to fashionable society


$800 - Chris

(9) Using newspaper accounts of the event, Edouard Manet painted the "Execution of" this Emperor in Mexico


$800 - Martha

(14) 1979:
"The Tin Drum"


$800 - Chris

(24) Long before "Toys in the Attic" Lillian Hellman wrote "The Children's" this


$800 - Chris

(19) Arkansas' Boston Mountains are the highest elevations in this 50,000-square-mile mountain region


$800 - Martha

(4) "Lucy Locket lost" this & "Kitty Fisher found it"


$800 - Chris

(29) You'll find her exploits extolled in the Bible's Book of Judges


$1000 - Renzo

(10) Jacob Lawrence's Toussaint L'Ouverture series is a pictorial history of this country's slave rebellion


$1000 - Martha

(15) 1960:
"The Virgin Spring"


$1000 - Renzo

(25) Aka Y2K, this "bug" was supposed to hit at the end of 1999


$1000 - Chris

(20) (Video) Athletic Arkansan critter seen here


$1000 - Chris

(6) This teacher in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" has huge ears & a "long snipe nose"


$1000 - Chris

(30) They're his "Fireworks" heard here


Scores at the first commercial break:
Chris: $3,600
Renzo: $2,200
Martha: $1,400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $10,400
Renzo: $4,200
Martha: $3,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 8, 2004

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FIELDS OF SCIENCE
TRIBUTE ALBUMS
BUNDESTAG PARTY
BODY PARTS BY PRODUCT
WALTER WORLD
BEFORE & AFTER
$400 - Renzo

(11) Iron filings are often used to demonstrate the presence of this field


$400 - Chris

(6) Todd Rundgren sings "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" on "Songs from the Material World: A Tribute to" this man


$400 - Triple Stumper

(17) Members of the Bundestag are popularly elected to serve terms of this many years


$400 - Chris

(23) Visine


$400 - Chris

(1) One of his novels includes the line "Ye maun ken, the laird there bought a' thir beasts frae me to munt his troop"


$400 - Chris

(12) Elusive Scottish lake critter that doubles as a large 4-wheeled car-crushing pickup


$800 - Renzo

(13) The acceleration of a falling body is due to the strength of this field


$800 - Martha

(7) Amy Grant contributed "It's Too Late" & Rod Stewart "So Far Away" for this classic album "Revisited"


$800 - Renzo

(18) Petra Kelly, a founder of this colorful German political party, served in the Bundestag from 1983 to 1990


$800 - Chris

(24) Blistex


$2800 - Chris

(2) In 2002 he replaced the late Paul Wellstone in the Minnesota Senate race

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2800


$800 - Renzo

(19) School of the Seminoles that's an annual speech given by the President


$1200 - Renzo

(14) General term for the type of field that physicists deal with, or that acts like an invisible wall on "Star Trek"


$500 - Martha

(8) A 1991 album honoring this iconic actor included the songs "Dead Man's Curve" & "Rebel Rouser"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $500


(-$1200) - Martha

(28) (Video of Sarah
in Berlin, Germany)

The eagle presiding over the Bundestag has been fondly called fette henne, which translates to this


$1200 - Renzo

(25) Desenex


$1200 - Chris

(3) In the final fantasy of this short story character, he bravely faces a firing squad


$1200 - Chris

(20) Pirate flag that broke the 4-minute mile


$1600 - Renzo

(15) The strength of this type of field is expressed in volts per meter


$1600 - Chris

(9) Diana's Krall's album "All for You" was a tribute to this "unforgettable" music great


(-$1600) - Martha

$1600 - Renzo

(29) Born in Mossenberg in 1944, this current German Chancellor first won a seat in the Bundestag in 1980


$1600 - Chris

(26) Chloraseptic


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(4) This publisher & philanthropist established TV Guide, Seventeen & Schools of Communication at USC & Penn


$1600 - Renzo

(21) Red yarn-haired doll who served as Texas Governor from 1991 to 1995


$2000 - Chris

(16) The hypothesized Higgs Field gives elementary particles this, the m in the equation f=ma


$2000 - Chris

(10) Bette Midler's album dedicated to this entertainer includes "Come On-A My House"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) The Bundestag is the lower house of the German Parliament; this is the upper house


$2000 - Chris

(27) Auro


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(5) (Video of Jimmy
at Yale University)

In the 1880s, this Yale man first gave football numerical scoring, though he made a field goal 5 points and a touchdown only 2


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(22) John Gotti nickname for the Man of La Mancha


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $27,200
Renzo: $14,200
Martha: $2,300


Final JEOPARDY!

Thanks to Andy S. for the screen capture from Final Jeopardy.

ISLANDS
1200 miles from the nearest continent, it entered history because of its isolation. Here's a map that shows you where it is.

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Martha: $2,300 - $1,099
Renzo: $14,200 + $14,198
Chris: $27,200 - $1,201


Final Scores
Renzo: $28,398
Chris: $25,999
Martha: $1,201

Chris: $24,800 (31 right, includes 2 DDs; 0 wrong)
Renzo: $14,200 (16 right, includes 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Martha: $3,000 (7 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong)
Total: $42,000

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