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JEOPARDY! Game - April 28, 2004

Contestants

Teresa McGervey, Technical information specialist from Alexandria, VA
Dave Stern, Accountant from Columbus, OH
Frank Dempsey, Government attorney from Bagdad, KY (Returning 1-day champ with $29,100)

JEOPARDY! Round - April 28, 2004

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

EARTH SCIENCE
TV GUIDE SAYS
JUMP
MORE THINGS THAT HAPPENED
FOOD IN SPANISH
STUPID ANSWERS
$200 - Frank

(7) In a mining lode, the gangue is the junk & this is the mineral with the good stuff in it


$200 - Frank

(2) "With Bartlet back in the Oval Office attention is turned to the choice for a new Vice President"


$200 - Dave

(21) Jump this & it means you disappeared before your trial & you will lose the bond you posted


$200 - Dave

(1) The Festival of Federation, celebrated July 14, 1790 honoring an event the year before, is now this holiday


$200 - Dave

(26) A fruit or a color:
naranja


$200 - Teresa

(12) Arthur Wynne created this; the first puzzle appeared Dec. 21, 1913 with the name "Word-Cross"


(-$400) - Frank

$400 - Dave

(8) (Video of Sarah
in Venice, Italy)

Venice is sinking because Italy is actually part of this continent's plate, and it's sliding under Europe's plate


$400 - Dave

(3) "Celebrity delights Niles, who's basking in the limelight over Maris's murder case"


$400 - Dave

(22) On U-Payless.com a liter of these from south-of-the-border will set you back $84


$400 - Frank

(17) The League of Schmalkalden was formed in 1531 to defend this German's reformist church


$400 - Dave

(27) Got it?:
leche


$400 - Frank

(13) The word origami, the Japanese art of folding paper, comes from words meaning this


$600 - Dave

(9) It's not just oil -- Saudi Arabia has reserves of over 200 trillion cubic feet of this


$600 - Dave

(4) "Furio begins work as Tony's newest enforcer"


$600 - Dave

(23) The Travel Channel Online has a fantasy flight of their 1903 flyer jumping 8 SUVs


$600 - Frank

(18) When Dante died in 1321, he was in his 20th year of exile from this Italian city


$600 - Frank

(28) It's good in a quesadilla:
queso


$600 - Dave

(14) Althing, the name of Iceland's parliament, means this


$100 - Dave

(10) Seismographers use the difference in speed between P waves & S waves to locate this point

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $100


$800 - Triple Stumper

(5) "Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a despised comic who died onstage"


$800 - Dave

(24) In the Bohr model of the atom, energy is released when one of these jumps to a specified orbit about the nucleus


$800 - Dave

(19) In 1620 the Speedwell was found unseaworthy so its passengers were crowded aboard this ship


$800 - Frank

(29) A lunch meat:
jamon


$800 - Frank

(15) Paris Hilton & Tiger Woods were 2 of the people on the cover of this magazine's Dec. 15, 2003 issue


$1000 - Teresa

(11) Some ocean sediment is radiolarian ooze, made of these parts of tiny protozoans


(-$1000) - Dave

$1000 - Frank

(6) "The future Daily Planet editor-in-chief Perry White ... suspects Clark has super abilities"


(-$1000) - Dave

$1000 - Frank

(25) You have to be nuts to try a quadruple one of these jumps, named for figure skater Alois


$1000 - Frank

(20) To guard his tomb Emperor Qin Shi Huang Di made an army out of this material


$1000 - Frank

(30) A basic pair:
pan y mantequilla


$1000 - Dave

(16) The first line of this novel by Virginia Woolf is "Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Dave: $2,900
Frank: $2,200
Teresa: $1,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Frank: $7,600
Dave: $5,300
Teresa: $1,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - April 28, 2004

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MILITARY MEN
ELTON JOHN SONGS
POETIC JUSTICE
FURNITURE
"W"RITERS
ACRONYMBLE
$400 - Dave

(1) On Dec. 17, 1941 Admiral Husband Kimmel was relieved of his command at this base (he should've seen that coming)


$400 - Dave

(6) "Goodbye Norma Jean though I never knew you at all"


$400 - Teresa

(21) When Judge asks jury if it's made a choice, this person stands up to give it a voice


$400 - Teresa

(26) This cushioned footstool gets its name from the fact that it was originally imported from the Turks


$400 - Dave

(11) In 1892 rehearsals of his play "Salome" were halted by the censor


$400 - Dave

(16) An economic indicator:
GNP


$800 - Dave

(2) This 4-letter word continues Confederate General Nathan Forrest's maxim, "Get there first with the ..."


$800 - Dave

(7) It's the classic heard here
Lyrics:
Hey kids,
shake it loose together
The spotlight's hitting something
That's been known to
change the weather


$800 - Dave

(22) In jail in New Jersey, we hope you find peace; this board denies half of the cons their release


(-$800) - Frank

(30) T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings bid farewell to antique furniture in his 1944 bestseller "Goodbye, Mr." this


$800 - Frank

(12) This poet led a bohemian life in the 1850s, but spent much of the Civil War caring for wounded soldiers


$800 - Frank

(17) To a foreign student:
ESL


$1200 - Dave

(3) Madame Chiang Kai-Shek hired Claire Chennault to direct China's air forces against Japan & he formed this famous group


$1200 - Frank

(8) "I remember when rock was young, me and Suzie had so much fun"


$1200 - Dave

(23) When you've been declared to be guilty as sin, this trial phase decides just how long you'll be in


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(29) Sam Maloof is best known for this piece of furniture which rests the back with its ergonomic spindles


$1200 - Frank

(13) He was given the names Elwyn Brooks, but was known professionally by his initials & to friends as Andy


$1200 - Dave

(18) To a computer user:
DOS


$100 - Dave

(4) (Video of Cheryl
on Martha's Vineyard)

The When And If was built for this General to sail when and if he came back from Europe, but he died in a 1945 accident

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $100


$1600 - Dave

(9) "It's getting late, have you seen my mates, ma tell me when the boys get here"


$1600 - Dave

(24) It's not a baked treat made with sugar or honey, it's a civil wrong that is remedied with money


$1600 - Frank

(28) A dressing table for men created in the late 1700s was named for this British dandy


$1600 - Dave

(14) This Holocaust survivor's semi-autobiographical first book was published in Yiddish in 1956


$1600 - Teresa

(19) A United Nations agency:
WHO


(-$2000) - Dave

(5) Born near Warsaw in 1747, this Count was mortally wounded during the 1779 siege of Savannah


$2000 - Dave

(10) "I can't light no more of your darkness, all my pictures seem to fade to black and white"


$2000 - Teresa

(25) The cops might bury you in a deep pit, but they have to produce you if they're shown this "great writ"


(-$5500) - Teresa

(27) This Scottish-born American cabinetmaker originally spelled his last name like the musical instrument

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $5500


$2000 - Dave

(15) (Video) Seen here, this native son of Mississippi died in Paris in 1960


$2000 - Dave

(20) It's based in Virginia:
DOD


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Dave: $21,800
Frank: $12,400
Teresa: $100


Final JEOPARDY!

'80s FILMS
The first film rated PG-13, its colorful title was used as the code name for a 2003 capture mission in Iraq

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Teresa: $100 - $100
Frank: $12,400 - $12,100
Dave: $21,800 - $3,000


Final Scores
Dave: $18,800
Frank: $300
Teresa: $0

Dave: $24,000 (32 right, includes 2 DDs; 3 wrong)
Frank: $12,400 (17 right, includes 2 rebounds; 2 wrong)
Teresa: $5,600 (6 right; 1 wrong, a DD)
Total: $42,000

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