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JEOPARDY! Game - April 23, 2004

Contestants

Marc Anderson, Internet editor from Sacramento, CA
Liz Lynch, Part-time Art History teacher from Manassas, VA
Tom Baker, Writer from Tokyo, Japan (Returning 2-day champ with $70,000)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 23, 2004

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

ROYAL WOMEN
WORLD OF FOOD
NFL COACHES
"OO" WHO?
THE 7 CONTINENTS
FROM WHAT LANGUAGE
$200 - Liz

(11) In 1995 she told the BBC, "I'd like to be a queen ... in people's hearts, but I don't see myself being queen of this country"


$200 - Liz

(1) In a Mexican restaurant, you get your choice of flour tortillas or this type


$200 - Marc

(26) He won 112 games as coach of the Raiders & has since won over a dozen Emmys for his football commentating


$200 - Tom

(6) At his death in 1865, this assassin was supposedly engaged to Lucy Hale, daughter of an ex-Senator


$200 - Liz

(21) Population in summer: about 4,000; in winter, about 1,000


$200 - Liz

(16) Judo


$400 - Marc

(12) In 1492, she & her husband signed a decree ordering all Jews to convert to Christianity or leave the country


$400 - Tom

(2) Basmati from India & Jasmine from Thailand are aromatic types of this grain


$400 - Liz

(27) (Video) Hi, I'm Joey Galloway of the NFL. Since the beginnings in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys have had only 6 coaches, including this man for 29 years


(-$400) - Tom

(7) These brothers, Joseph & Lyman, founded an upscale NYC department store in 1872


(-$400) - Tom

(22) At over 200 people per square mile, it has the highest population density


(-$400) - Marc

$400 - Tom

(17) Machismo


$600 - Liz

(13) An avid art collector, she founded the Hermitage Museum as a private gallery for her collection


$600 - Liz

(3) This cool soup, a summertime specialty of Andalusia, is literally a "liquid salad"


$600 - Liz

(28) This former Miami coach is the winningest coach in NFL history


$600 - Liz

(8) Unless we act now, she says, "the world is ... close to the day when there will be no more great apes in the wild"


(-$600) - Liz

(-$600) - Tom

$600 - Marc

(23) This continent has the highest per capita GNP at about $20,000 a person


$600 - Liz

(18) Praline


(-$800) - Liz

(14) Unlike her sister Stephanie, she's a princess of Great Britain as well as of Monaco


(-$800) - Marc

$800 - Tom

(4) Consisting of chunks of grilled lamb on skewers, it's the Greek version of shish kebab


$800 - Marc

(29) (Video) Now a broadcaster and businessman, his Chicago restaurant bears the logo seen here


$800 - Liz

(9) Sometimes called the worst film director of all time, he died penniless in 1978


$800 - Tom

(24) This continent is also a commonwealth


$800 - Tom

(19) To kvell


$1000 - Liz

(15) Marie Antoinette was among the 16 children of this Holy Roman Empress & Archduchess


$1000 - Liz

(5) Colcannon is an Irish peasant dish of mashed potatoes & traditionally this green, finely chopped


$1000 - Marc

(30) After he was fired from the team that was named for him, he went on to coach the Bengals

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Liz

(10) Charlie Chaplin, that little tramp, married 2
16-year-old actresses as well as Paulette Goddard & her


(-$1000) - Marc

$1000 - Tom

(25) Its mainland section is composed of 12 independent countries


(-$1000) - Tom

$1000 - Marc

(20) Maelstrom


Scores at the first commercial break:
Liz: $5,200
Tom: $1,000
Marc: -$400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Liz: $6,600
Tom: $2,000
Marc: $1,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 23, 2004

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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
OSCAR-NOMINATED SONGS
IMMIGRANTS
FEELINGS
MUSEUMS
WHAT IS IT ABOUT HIM?
$400 - Tom

(1) On January 3, 2004 a spacecraft named Spirit successfully landed in Gusev Crater here to search for life


$400 - Tom

(18) "Blame Canada"
(1999)


$400 - Tom

(13) It's the birth country of California's current governor


$400 - Marc

(3) "Happy Days" can be traced back to a segment of this "American Style"


$400 - Marc

(5) The pot seen here in this state's State Museum is from the Mogollon culture, possible ancestor of the Hopi


$400 - Marc

(12) He's got this -- the quality, not the Rebecca Romijn-Stamos "X-Men" character


$800 - Liz

(2) In 1913 at a plant in Highland Park, Michigan, a car from his company became the first produced on an assembly line


$800 - Tom

(27) "Be Our Guest"
(1991)


$800 - Triple Stumper

(14) This chairman of Intel was born Andras Grof in Budapest


(-$800) - Liz

$800 - Tom

(23) A 2000 tribute to Charles Schulz was titled "Good" this "Charlie Brown"


$800 - Tom

(8) This country's National Museum has 3 sites in the capital & one in county Mayo devoted to rural life


$800 - Tom

(19) You don't have to tell him, "your" this "is requested"; he just has it


$1200 - Liz

(4) (Video of Jimmy
at Carnegie Mellon U.
with the robot
named Grace)

One of the ways Grace avoids obstacles is by scanning with this narrow beam of light


$1200 - Liz

(28) "The Rainbow Connection"
(1979)


$3600 - Tom

(15) This woman who defended capitalism in her novels came to the U.S. from the USSR in 1926

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3600


$1200 - Tom

(24) Bobby Knight & John McEnroe had cameos in the Adam Sandler film about managing this


$1200 - Liz

(9) Karl Marx is said to have written & dined in the Museum Tavern, across from this world-famous museum


$1200 - Liz

(20) Some politicians, some actors & he have this, from the Greek for "favor"


$1600 - Marc

(6) Lord Rayleigh & Sir William Ramsey discoverd this noble gas in 1894; it forms .94% of the Earth's atmosphere


$1600 - Liz

(29) "Up Where We Belong"
(1982)


$1600 - Marc

(16) (Video of Cheryl
at Ellis Island)

Here at Ellis Island, I found the record of this composer's arrival in 1893, aged five, under the name Israel Balin.


$1600 - Liz

(25) In 1973 Mean Joe Greene introduced a TV dinner for this-"Man"


$1600 - Liz

(10) While this Manhattan museum is renovated, the exhibits are on display in Queens


$1600 - Tom

(21) I don't know what it is ... he has this French phrase meaning "I don't know what"


(-$2000) - Liz

$2000 - Marc

(7) Energy (E) equals the frequency of radiant energy (V) times H, this German physicist's universal constant


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) "The Hands That Built America"
(2002)


(-$2000) - Tom

(17) This Oscar-winning director's "America, America" is about fellow immigrants of Greek heritage


$2000 - Tom

(26) Emmett Kelly's Weary Willie is this type of clown; it's also a type of "sack"


$2000 - Liz

(11) Located in Toronto's Queen's Park, ROM is Canada's largest museum; its name stands for this


$6000 - Tom

(22) He sure has this quality that Pierre de Maricourt studied in lodestone

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $6000


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $18,800
Liz: $16,200
Marc: $8,200


Final JEOPARDY!

CLASSICAL COMPOSERS
The first movement of his 1868 First Symphony is subtitled "Dreams of a Winter Journey"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Marc: $8,200 - $5,400
Liz: $16,200 - $300
Tom: $18,800 + $13,500


Final Scores
Tom: $32,300 (3-day total of $102,300)
Liz: $15,900
Marc: $2,800

Liz: $16,200 (23 right; 4 wrong)
Tom: $12,400 (19 right, includes 2 DDs & 4 rebounds; 5 wrong)
Marc: $8,200 (12 right, includes 1 DD & 3 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Total: $36,800

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