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JEOPARDY! Game - April 16, 2004

Contestants

Ed Kim, Attorney from Huntington Beach, CA
Geoff Strain, Electronics broker from Imperial Beach, CA
Stan Brown, High school history teacher from Macon, GA (Returning 2-day champ with $40,600)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 16, 2004

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

20th CENTURY AMERICA
"B" PREPARED
WHAT THEY WORE
KIDDY LIT
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?
QUARTER BACKS
$200 - Stan

(1) Wasn't Santana awesome at this event in August 1969?


$200 - Ed

(25) Wang Qishan is the mayor of this Asian city


$200 - Ed

(15) On Jan. 3, 2004 this pop star walked down the aisle at Las Vegas' Little White Wedding Chapel in jeans & a baseball cap


$200 - Stan

(11) If you're one of these, your job in fairy tales is to eat grannies & blow down poorly constructed houses


$200 - Ed

(4) This important college football game is played each year in Tempe, Arizona around New Year's Day


$200 - Stan

(17) The first flight, on the Outer Banks


$400 - Stan

(2) The "Wet" movement in 1930 wanted this amendment repealed


(-$400) - Geoff

(-$400) - Ed

(26) (Video) Hi, I'm Chris Matthews. Working for the San Francisco Examiner in November 1989 I reported on the historic fall of this structure


$400 - Ed

(22) At LBJ's swearing-in, she was still wearing the pink suit she had worn in Dallas


$400 - Ed

(12) (Video) He drew on his own experiences with dyslexia for his Hank Zipzer book series


$400 - Geoff

(5) On Sept. 5, 1994 this wide receiver, still active, broke Jim Brown's career record by scoring his 127th touchdown


$400 - Stan

(18) A gift from France unveiled in 1886


$600 - Geoff

(3) Back in 1960, 95% of all soft drinks were sold in these reusable containers


$600 - Stan

(27) In 1948 Gamow, Herman & Alpher developed this "large" cosmological theory


$600 - Ed

(23) She aced the competition at the 2002 U.S. Open wearing a slinky catsuit


$600 - Stan

(13) E.H. Shepard's illustrations for these stories set in the Hundred Acre Wood were modeled on actual toys


$600 - Geoff

(6) (Video) Hi, I'm Tim Dwight of the NFL. Along with offense & defense there are these "teams" of wild men who charge down the field on punts & kickoffs


$600 - Geoff

(19) A race car & an outline of the state


$800 - Stan

(9) Norman Bel Geddes, father of actress Barbara, created the Futurama exhibit for this event that began in 1939


$800 - Stan

(28) He's the composer whose work is heard here


(-$800) - Ed

$800 - Geoff

(24) Jean Paul Gaultier designed the "night spider" dress she wore when she won her Best Actress Oscar in 2003


$800 - Geoff

(14) Her 1992 book "Sex", not for kids; her 2003 book "The English Roses", kid friendly


$800 - Geoff

(7) Pro football's Chiefs appropriately play their home games in this Kansas City stadium


$800 - Stan

(20) The blossoms & leaves of 2 magnolias


$1000 - Stan

(10) In the '50s Norman Vincent Peale was pushing "The Power of" this


$1000 - Ed

(29) This Pennsylvania city was founded in 1741 & appropriately named on Christmas Eve


(-$1700) - Ed

(30) Patrick Singleton, this country's only man in the 2002 Winter Games, aptly wore shorts to the opening ceremonies

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1700


$1000 - Stan

(16) This Louise Fitzhugh title character is ostracized by her classmates after they read her comments on them


$1000 - Stan

(8) Teams in this football league include the Orlando Predators & the Los Angeles Avengers


$1000 - Stan

(21) A pelican & a horn with musical notes


Scores at the first commercial break:
Stan: $4,200
Geoff: $3,200
Ed: $800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Stan: $9,000
Geoff: $4,200
Ed: $100


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 16, 2004

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PAINTING OF THE CENTURY
POTENT PEOPLE
WHAT "A" COUNTRY
CARRY ON
REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS
___ OF ___
$400 - Geoff

(1) (Video) "The City" was rendered in this century


$400 - Stan

(14) Elizabeth I succeeded the woman nicknamed this


$400 - Stan

(2) It occupies most of southern South America


$400 - Geoff

(5) As practiced by African women, it's where to carry a load for ideal balance


$400 - Geoff

(6) In the marsupial frog, the eggs are enclosed in one of these on the back of the adult


$400 - Stan

(26) (Video) This geographic-named tree seen here is native to the Mediterranean area


$800 - Stan

(16) (Video) Century in which young Leonardo da Vinci painted the work seen here


(-$800) - Geoff

(15) "Brokenhearted" singer Norwood


$800 - Stan

(3) 2 of its most celebrated stars, Mel Gibson & Nicole Kidman, weren't even born there


(-$800) - Geoff

$800 - Stan

(7) In 2003 the override of a veto meant Missourians could carry these


$800 - Geoff

(10) Of the rattlesnake, copperhead & cobra, the one not a pit viper


(-$800) - Geoff

(27) The critical-thinking 18th century, or the time of life when a person knows right from wrong


(-$1200) - Stan

$1200 - Ed

(17) (Video) The portrait of a scholar seen here dates from this century


(-$3000) - Ed

(20) It's the real first name of the actress who played the title role in "Gilda"; it's also a cocktail

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$1200 - Geoff

(4) Grossglockner Mountain in the Alps is the highest point in this country


$1200 - Stan

(23) Businessmen carry these, though their name suggests they're specially designed for lawyers


$1200 - Ed

(11) Because of glandular secretions, the fire-bellied toad has an odor similar to this "stinking rose"


$1200 - Ed

(28) (Video of Sarah
in Spain)

The Alcazar appears in this El Greco work of around 1600, one of the great landscapes of western art


$1600 - Ed

(18) (Video) Century that gave us the masterwork seen here


$1600 - Ed

(21) Late great tennis star Althea


$1600 - Stan

(8) (Video) It's the north African country whose flag is seen here


$1600 - Stan

(24) The act of carrying your boat overland between waterways


$1600 - Geoff

(12) Scientific families of this reptile include Gekkonidae & Iguanidae


(-$6000) - Ed

(29) Taken from the Book of Daniel, a respected person with a hidden flaw has this podiatric problem

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $6000


$2000 - Ed

(19) (Video) Paintings of this century, like the one seen here, made Bouguereau famous in his day


$2000 - Ed

(22) Author Steve who created D.A. Paul Madriani


$2000 - Geoff

(9) It was formerly referred to as Portuguese West Africa


$2000 - Stan

(25) The first woman carrier of the bag of nuclear codes known as this was appointed by Ronald Reagan


$2000 - Geoff

(13) The hellbender, the largest type of this amphibian in the U.S., can reach a length of 2 1/2 feet


$2000 - Ed

(30) (Video) Now in Ireland, the page seen here is from this work, dating from the first millennium A.D.


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Stan: $17,800
Geoff: $10,600
Ed: $3,900


Final JEOPARDY!

AMERICAN ENTERTAINERS
"Evita"'s "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" was inspired by a 1969 concert of hers in London; she left the stage after 15 minutes

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Ed: $3,900 - $3,899
Geoff: $10,600 + $10,555
Stan: $17,800 - $3,401


Final Scores
Geoff: $21,155
Stan: $14,399
Ed: $1

Stan: $17,800 (24 right, includes 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Ed: $14,600 (15 right, includes 1 rebound; 5 wrong, includes 3 DDs)
Geoff: $10,600 (15 right, includes 1 rebound; 4 wrong)
Total: $43,000

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