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JEOPARDY! Game - April 13, 2004

Contestants

Billy Buchsbaum, Financial analyst from Houston, TX
Kristine Beck, Recepionist & editor from Madison, WI
Scott "Renzo" Renzoni, Bartender & actor from Burlington, VT (Returning 3-day champ with $79,398)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 13, 2004

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

BIOLOGY
THEY PUT ME ON HOLD AGAIN!
PRESIDENTIAL COUPLES ... NOT!
SIT, TAKE A LOAD OFF
"NEW" PLACES
PICK UP YOUR CLOTHES
$200 - Billy

(3) 3 calves created this way made headlines back in 1988


$200 - Billy

(11) It's always this song when my marriage counselor puts me on hold


$200 - Kristine

(24) She gave men "The Seven Year Itch"; he gave the world his namesake doctrine


$200 - Renzo

(14) These individual seats with rounded backs are found in sports cars, not wells


$200 - Renzo

(1) Its state seal shows 2 eagles, one of them standing on a cactus with a snake in its beak


$200 - Billy

(19) One runs between the hydrant & the fireman


(-$400) - Kristine

$400 - Billy

(4) The top 3 inches of an acre of soil may contain billions of nematodes, this type of creature


$400 - Kristine

(12) This song is not the hold music you want to hear on your air conditioner repairman's machine in August


$400 - Renzo

(25) She is the "queen" of Christian pop; he popped the Confederacy good as the Union Army's greatest General


$400 - Renzo

(15) The February 23, 1913 Los Angeles Times reported that President-elect Wilson did this for a woman on a train


$400 - Billy

(2) In England there are towns called this Upon Tyne & Under-Lyme


$400 - Billy

(20) It's a case in court brought by one party against another


$600 - Kristine

(5) Classed as a subphylum of the chordates, they make up about 3 percent of animal species, including mammals


$600 - Billy

(13) This song might be your hold music if you're a countess with multiple personalities


$600 - Triple Stumper

(26) She was a 2-time Bond girl; he was the first one-term President


$600 - Renzo

(16) 1961 saw a new ad slogan: "Let Hertz put you in" this


$1000 - Renzo

(8) It's the capital of the world's largest democracy

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$600 - Renzo

(21) Perspires


$800 - Renzo

(6) A few hundred million years ago some plants had the bright idea to protect & spread their embryos in these


$800 - Billy

(29) Calling a Sherpa guide's house in Tibet might get you this hold music


$800 - Billy

(27) Like her sister, she doled out advice in the newspaper; he could have used some as the 8th President


$800 - Triple Stumper

(17) This 2003 John Grisham novel puts you in the game; well, puts you in a place to watch it


$800 - Billy

(9) In 1965 it gave self-government to the Cook Islands


$800 - Renzo

(22) For 2001 "For the Birds" & "The Accountant" are 2 of these that won an Oscar


(-$1000) - Kristine

(7) In cell division, mitosis splits the nucleus & cytokinesis splits this liquid cushioning the nucleus


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1000 - Billy

(28) She sang "Higher & Higher"; he chose to go no higher than 1 term as President by not running again in 1928


$1000 - Renzo

(18) Popular in the '60s they were usually filled with little styrofoam balls


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(10) On a list of the world's largest islands, it ranks second


$1000 - Kristine

(23) The hours of the day you work; hopefully you're not on the night one


Scores at the first commercial break:
Renzo: $2,600
Billy: $2,600
Kristine: -$400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Renzo $6,000
Billy: $5,800
Kristine: $800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 13, 2004

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HISTORIC PEOPLE
MOVIE QUOTES
ZEUS & FAMILY
THE SEA'S BOUNTY
"FU" ON YOU
THAT'S ALL SHE WROTE
$400 - Billy

(11) On January 22, 1901 she died at Osborne House, her seaside home on the Isle of Wight


$400 - Kristine

(17) 1977:
"Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope"


(-$400) - Kristine

$400 - Renzo

(22) One of 2 brothers of Zeus who were also gods


$400 - Kristine

(16) (Video) They're seen here accompanying shrimp and lacking their distinctive shells


$400 - Renzo

(1) An escapee from justice


$400 - Kristine

(2) 23 books including "The Tale of Tom Kitten"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(12) In 1206 he drew up a code, the Great Yasa, which laid down basic Mongol law


$800 - Renzo

(18) 1960:
"He was never all Norman, but he was often only Mother"


$800 - Renzo

(23) The goddess of marriage among other things, she was not only Zeus' wife, she was his sister too


$800 - Renzo

(27) In a Japanese restaurant, kani is this crustacean &
kani-kamaboko is fake this crustacean


(-$800) - Kristine

$800 - Renzo

(3) Named for a German botanist, it's a brilliant deep pink color tinged with purple


$800 - Renzo

(4) "What Is Remembered" & the cookbook named for her; not "The Autobiography of" her (Stein wrote that)


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(13) In 1668 this Jesuit (without Joliet) founded Sault Ste. Marie, the first permanent white settlement in Michigan


$4000 - Renzo

(19) 1967:
"I think you're the most attractive of all my parents' friends"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $4000


(-$1200) - Kristine

(24) Don't be disarmed by the fact that this goddess was the daughter of Zeus & Dione


$1200 - Kristine

(28) (Video of Sarah
in Barcelona, Spain)

Bocarones, which are these, are a favorite on tapas in Spain; they've fallen out of favor on American pizzas


$1200 - Billy

(8) An airplane's body


$2000 - Renzo

(5) "Madam Secretary: A Memoir" & some political science stuff

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Renzo

(14) This leader of the French Revolution wounded himself in the jaw with a pistol on the same day he was guillotined


(-$1600) - Kristine

(20) 1968:
"Beware the beast man, for he is the devil's pawn. Alone among God's primates, he kills for sport"


$1600 - Renzo

(25) Zeus' father, he was the main man until Zeus overthrew him


$1600 - Kristine

(29) The Dover type of this fish isn't confined to British waters; it's found in the Mediterranean


$1600 - Renzo

(9) The point about which a lever turns


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(6) The scripts for "Thelma & Louise", "Something to Talk About" & "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood"


$2000 - Billy

(15) The Turks call this magnificent Sultan Kanuni, or "The Lawgiver"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(21) 1959:
"Now you've done it!"
"Done what?"
"You tore off one of my chests!"


$2000 - Billy

(26) Zeus' mom, she shares her name with a large flightless bird of South America


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) This shellfish of the family Mytilidae needs its beard removed, a little steaming & yum!


$2000 - Billy

(10) Alvin Toffler's prophetic bestseller


$2000 - Renzo

(7) Half of 5 volumes of "The Story of Civilization", "Interpretations of Life" & "A Dual Autobiography"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Renzo: $23,600
Billy: $13,400
Kristine: $800


Final JEOPARDY!

WORD HISTORY
Circa 1860 Robert Fitzroy of Britain's Meteorological Office rejected prediction & prophecy in favor of this word

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Kristine: $800 + $799
Billy: $13,400 - $11,799
Renzo: $23,600 + $10,000


Final Scores
Renzo: $33,600 (4-day total of $112,998)
Billy: $1,601
Kristine: $1,599

Renzo: $19,600 (23 right, includes 3 DDs & 2 rebounds; 0 wrong)
Billy: $13,400 (16 right, includes 1 rebound; 0 wrong)
Kristine: $800 (9 right; 5 wrong)
Total: $33,800

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