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JEOPARDY! Game - April 22, 2004

Contestants

James Rogers, Musician & computer programmer from Washington, D.C.
Susan Durham, Gift shop manager from Louisville, KY
Tom Baker, Writer from Tokyo, Japan (Returning 1-day champ with $37,800)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 22, 2004

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

THE MORGAN WEB
SPORT OF KINGS
TREBEK, SAJAK OR OZZY OSBOURNE
NEW YORK CITY HISTORY
ConAgra Foods
"COOL", DUDE!
$200 - James

(14) He was Oscar-nominated for his role as a chauffeur in a 1989 film


(-$200) - Tom

$200 - Susan

(8) The clerk of scales weighs these at the start & the finish of each race


$200 - Tom

(20) Graduated from college with a degree in Philosophy


$200 - James

(1) Opened in 1871, the first rail depot called this didn't function too well; trains could only exit in reverse


$200 - James

(22) It's from Gulden's, it's spicy & it's brown


$200 - James

(6) Paul Newman refuses to conform to rural prison life in this movie


$400 - Susan

(15) Morgan Le Fay was the half-sister of this legendary king


$400 - Susan

(9) After Red Pollard was injured, George Woolf rode this horse in his famous race against War Admiral


(-$400) - Susan

$400 - James

(21) He's the youngest


$400 - Tom

(2) On Dec. 5, 1783 the British left the city for good, from this island borough


$2200 - James

(23) Though this ConAgra brand of peanut butter is over 80 years old, it has never grown up

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2200


$400 - Susan

(7) In the late19-teens, he was the Governor of Massachusetts


$600 - James

(17) This game with indoor & outdoor versions was invented by William G. Morgan at a Massachusetts Y


$600 - James

(10) Before these were mechanized in the 1930s, races had been started by a red flag being waved or a drum beaten


$600 - James

(27) Worked as a DJ for the Armed Forces Radio Network while serving in Vietnam


$600 - James

(3) (Video) This geometric area is seen here in the 1890s, when it got its name after a gift from New York City's Italians


$600 - Tom

(24) We're having Beefaroni, this chef's beef & pasta dish in a can


$600 - James

(11) In the 1980s Ernest & Julio Gallo introduced these beverages under the Bartles & Jaymes label


$800 - James

(18) Architect Julia Morgan designed this publisher's castle at San Simeon, California


$800 - James

(16) Sire of Slew O' Gold


$800 - Tom

(29) Played himself in the Adam Sandler movie "Little Nicky"


$800 - Tom

(4) Anger about the first one of these established by federal law spurred riots in July 1863


$800 - James

(25) (Video) Who wants that microwave stuff? Making this brand is more fun.


(-$800) - Tom

(12) Rapper born Artis Ivey Jr.


$1000 - Tom

(19) Thomas Hunt Morgan won a Nobel Prize for his work on heredity using this insect's genes


$1000 - Susan

(28) A coin toss in 1780 between a lord & Sir Charles Bunbury left us with the Epsom this instead of the Epsom Bunbury


$1000 - Susan

(30) Played Kevin Hathaway on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives"


$1000 - James

(5) (Video of Cheryl
at Arthur Avenue
Market)

In 1940, this mayor established Arthur Avenue Market, to eliminate the pushcarts he found a nuisance


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(26) The website for this mini-mart staple with a rhyming name says it has "an exciting, distinctive taste teens love"


$1000 - James

(13) Nickname of ballplayer James Bell, said to be so fast that a ball he hit struck him as he slid into second


Scores at the first commercial break:
James: $4,400
Susan: $1,400
Tom: $200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
James: $10,800
Susan: $3,000
Tom: $2,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 22, 2004

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PLAYWRIGHTS
TV TITLE ROLES
HOLY PLACE NAMES
PICTURE ME!
INSECTS
ROYAL BEFORE & AFTER
$400 - Susan

(10) Dominique Labbe says he's proved Pierre Corneille wrote the satires, like "Tartuffe", attributed to this man


$400 - Tom

(2) Will Smith
1990-96


$400 - James

(16) You'll find Bethel College & Seminary in this "holy" Minnesota city


$400 - Susan

(1) (Video) What a wonderful world it's been with this wonderful bandleader's music in it


$400 - James

(21) Knock wood that these destructive "white ants" don't eat you out of house & home


(-$400) - Tom

$400 - Susan

(23) Children's classic by Saint-Exupery that's a "royal" nickname for a young satan


$800 - Susan

(12) (Video) No offense to Edward Albee, but this man is probably the hunkiest major American playwright


$800 - Susan

(6) Amber Tamblyn
2003-


$800 - James

(17) French for "God", it follows "La Chaise" in the name of a French abbey town


$800 - Tom

(3) (Video) He went from peasant to party chairman and Prime Minister


$800 - Susan

(22) (Video) Prehistoric relatives of this insect seen here had wing spans of over two feet


$800 - Tom

(24) Royal woman's female attendant who's an absurd play by Samuel Beckett


(-$2700) - Susan

(13) His "Zahradni Slavnost" or "The Garden Party" was first produced in Prague in 1963

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2700


$1200 - James

(7) Jane Seymour
1993-98


(-$1200) - Tom

(18) This New Zealand city was named for a college at Oxford


$1200 - Tom

(4) (Video) You can't tell, but this author said her own eyes were the color of the sherry in the glass that the guest leaves


$5000 - Tom

(30) Since entering the U.S. from Mexico in the 1890s, it's cost the cotton industry billions upon billions of dollars

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $5000


$1200 - James

(25) Fairy tale in which a girl's royalty is tested when she sleeps atop 20 mattresses & a double-breasted outer garment


$1600 - James

(14) In the 1940s this alliterative German wrote the play "The Caucasian Chalk Circle"


$1600 - James

(9) Buddy Ebsen
1973-1980


$1600 - Tom

(19) (Video of Sarah
in the Bishop's House
in Alaska)

Michael, pictured in the Bishop's House, holds this title, which was also what the Russians called Sitka


$1600 - Susan

(5) (Video) She left her White House post in 1994


$1600 - Tom

(29) In Florida giant cockroaches go by this name, after the type of tree they sometimes inhabit


$1600 - Tom

(26) British national anthem that played prison matron Mama Morton in the movie "Chicago"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) In 1979 this author of "Streamers" married Jill Clayburgh


$2000 - Susan

(11) Lee Majors
1981-86


(-$2000) - Tom

(-$2000) - Susan

(20) Islamabad, Pakistan is northwest of this Indian city that bears the name of Islam's God


(-$2000) - James

(8) (Video) An avid art thief, this high flyer committed suicide in Nuremberg in 1946


$2000 - Tom

(28) The 13-year & 17-year locusts aren't really locusts but these


$2000 - Tom

(27) Tennyson poems based on Arthurian legend with Lancelot, Fay Wray & a fatal trip to the Empire State Building


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $16,200
James: $16,000
Susan: $5,500


Final JEOPARDY!

TIME MAGAZINE'S MAN OF THE YEAR
The cover story about this 1930 Man of the Year described him as a "little half-naked brown man"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Susan: $5,500 + $5,400
James: $16,000 - $4,999
Tom: $16,200 + $16,000


Final Scores
Tom: $32,200 (2-day total of $70,000)
James: $11,001
Susan: $10,900

James: $14,200 (23 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Tom: $12,400 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 5 wrong)
Susan: $8,200 (14 right, includes 2 rebounds; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $34,800

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