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JEOPARDY! Game - April 14, 2004

Contestants

Stan Brown, High school history teacher from Macon, GA
Jennifer Borman, Education researcher from Cranston, RI
Scott "Renzo" Renzoni, Bartender & actor from Burlington, VT (Returning 4-day champ with $112,998)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 14, 2004

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

BRITISH LIT
THE L.A. COLISEUM
WHAT'S THE ALTERNATIVE?
FORBES' FICTIONAL BILLIONAIRES
MAP HAPPY
"FIELD" OF DREAMS
$200 - Renzo

(1) In 1726 Jonathan Swift published this work as "Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World"


$200 - Renzo

(26) In 1967 the Coliseum hosted the first Super Bowl, between Kansas City & this other midwestern team


$200 - Renzo

(16) You can get your chi balanced by either of these 2 ancient Chinese methods whose names both begin "acu"


$200 - Renzo

(11) Topping the list is this North Pole resident with apparently unlimited, incalculable wealth


(-$200) - Jennifer

(-$200) - Renzo

$200 - Stan

(6) (Video) Its name says where it's at


$200 - Stan

(21) It's gray or brown & 2-5 inches long not counting the tail


$400 - Stan

(2) It's Lewis Carroll's sequel to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"


$400 - Stan

(27) (Video of Jimmy
at the L.A. Coliseum)

A new stadium was being built, so this baseball team played in the Coliseum from 1958 to 1961 after moving to L.A.


$400 - Renzo

(17) This therapy uses concentrated plant oils like rosemary or bergamot to relieve stress


$400 - Renzo

(12) $1 billion is the total for this fictional billionaire, Homer Simpson's boss


$400 - Stan

(7) (Video) Zone in on this country important to world commerce


$400 - Stan

(22) Binoculars


$600 - Renzo

(3) Elizabeth Bennet eventually falls in love with Mr. Darcy in this classic by Jane Austen


$600 - Renzo

(28) In October 1989
280,000 in 4 nights saw this band with an appetite for destruction open for the Rolling Stones


$600 - Jennifer

(18) Meaning "the science of prolonging life", it's a dietary regime of whole grains, vegetables and beans


$600 - Renzo

(13) This candy magnate from a Roald Dahl novel hoards a sweet $8 billion


$600 - Stan

(8) (Video) A bit of serendipity will lead you to this country's name


$600 - Stan

(23) Sport in which 2 teams use curved sticks to hit a ball into their opponents' goal


$1000 - Renzo

(4) Winston Smith is arrrested by the Thought Police in this 1949 novel

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


(-$800) - Stan

$800 - Jennifer

(29) The L.A. Coliseum serves as the home field for this university's football team & they first played there in 1923


$800 - Stan

(19) By this alternative medicine's methods a quartz-powered watch should aid in carpal-tunnel syndrome relief; well, maybe


$800 - Stan

(14) This "Gilligan's Island" tycoon washes ashore with $8 billion


$800 - Stan

(9) (Video) Nation where Bolivar's buried


$800 - Stan

(24) The highest rank in the British Army


$1000 - Stan

(5) Dickens novel that ends, "It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done ..."


$1000 - Stan

(30) (Video of Jimmy
at the L.A. Coliseum)

The all-time L.A. Coliseum attendance record of 134,254 occurred in 1963 when this Reverend held a crusade here


$1000 - Renzo

(20) Autosuggestion ("I am great, great") is classified as a form of "self" this ("I am getting sleepy, sleepy")


(-$1000) - Stan

$1000 - Renzo

(15) A James Bond villain, he's worth an estimated $1.2 billion


$1000 - Stan

(10) (Video) Modern country that's Hannibal's historic home


$1000 - Stan

(25) England's Wars of the Roses ended there


Scores at the first commercial break:
Stan: $4,200
Renzo: $3,800
Jennifer: -$200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Stan: $8,600
Renzo: $6,200
Jennifer: $1,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 14, 2004

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19th CENTURY AMERICA
LATINO STARS
FAIRBURY, NEBRASKA
2-DRINK MINIMUM
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
B MINUS
$400 - Renzo

(4) Built by the Franciscans around 1718, it was captured by Mexicans in 1836


$400 - Renzo

(26) 2003's "Almas del Silencio" was the first new Spanish language album in 5 years from this "She Bangs" singer


$400 - Renzo

(21) Fairbury is the seat of this county named for the U.S. President known as the "Sage of Monticello"


$400 - Renzo

(1) 2 of the flavors in names of Diet Coke varieties in the U.S.


$400 - Stan

(11) Madonna could have gone to Madonna Univ. in Livonia but instead attended this bigger school in Ann Arbor


$400 - Renzo

(15) Strip the "b" off a South American country & you're left with her, Ms. Newton-John


$800 - Stan

(7) You can tour this General's 1807 Virginia birthplace, Stratford Hall


$800 - Renzo

(27) A native of Cuba, he played Vincent Mancini in "The Godfather, Part III"


$800 - Renzo

(22) On April 4, 1860 Jack Keetley became the first to change mounts at Rock Creek Station in this new mail service


$800 - Renzo

(2) The 2 basic numerical types of lowfat milk


$800 - Renzo

(12) This university's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging is named in honor of Colonel Sanders & John Y. Brown Sr.


$800 - Triple Stumper

(16) After losing a "b" the UCLA football team was in these


(-$1200) - Renzo

(8) California's first state prison, it was built with convict labor in 1852


$1200 - Renzo

(28) The villain Khan on "Star Trek", he's now the grandfather of the Spy Kids


$1200 - Stan

(23) In 1861 the great-great-grandfather of astronaut Bruce McCandless was killed by this "wild" gunslinger near Fairbury


$1200 - Stan

(3) The 2 basic types of vermouth; one usually goes in a martini; the other in a Manhattan


$1200 - Stan

(13) 62% of the undergrads at Charter Oak State College are from this state


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(17) Groups of Native Americans have to drop a "b" in order to make these attempts


$1600 - Stan

(9) Born in 1800, he believed God had chosen him to lead his fellow black slaves to freedom


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1600) - Jennifer

(24) Passenger railways serving Fairbury through the years included the Union Pacific & this one mentioned in the song heard here
Lyrics:
Oh, cloudy in the west and it looks like rain / Around the curve comes a passenger train / Northbound train on a southbound track ...


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(5) Rhyming words for German dark beer & German white wine


$1600 - Jennifer

(14) John Carroll, America's first Roman Catholic bishop, founded this Washington, D.C. university


$1600 - Stan

(18) Do a "b"-ectomy on an automated non-human auto plant worker & get this potted plant part


$2000 - Stan

(10) From 1831 to 1865 William Lloyd Garrison published this crusading journal


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Stan

(25) In 1933 the First National Bank was robbed by a gang that included Alvin Karpis & 2 sons of this female gangster

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2500 - Renzo

(6) The 2 nationalities that precede "Breakfast" in Peet's Favorites Tea Sampler

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2500


$2000 - Stan

(20) President Taft's daughter Helen was a longtime history professor & dean of this women's college in Pennsylvania


$2000 - Stan

(19) After being called to dinner, what we were eating on lost a "b" & all I had left was this story to tell


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Stan: $24,600
Renzo: $13,900
Jennifer: $1,200


Final JEOPARDY!

BIBLICAL JOURNEYS
2 names: a man journeying & his country of destination in both Genesis 39 & Matthew 2

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jennifer: $1,200 - $0
Renzo: $13,900 - $12,500
Stan: $24,600 - $3,201


Final Scores
Stan: $21,399
Renzo: $1,400
Jennifer: $1,200

Stan: $24,600 (27 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Renzo: $13,200 (23 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Jennifer: $1,200 (3 right; 2 wrong)
Total: $39,000

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