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JEOPARDY! Game - May 7, 2004

Kids Week Contestants

Amanda Hall from Farmington, ME
Taylor Gailliot from Woodbridge, VA
Dominic Clust from Metairie, LA

JEOPARDY! Round - May 7, 2004

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

ELEMENT-ARY SCHOOL
STUFF TO DO AT RECESS
DR. SEUSS
POP MUSIC
ANTARCTICA
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
$200 - Amanda

(1) Iodine gas is this color associated with royalty & with a dinosaur who loves you


$200 - Dominic

(12) You want to break ties in the U.S. Senate, so use recess to study hard & become VP, like this man is today


$200 - Amanda

(6) In the title of a Dr. Seuss book, it's served with "Green Eggs"


(-$200) - Amanda

(18) "Pop" is on this 'N Sync album whose title refers ironically to the band's fame


$200 - Amanda

(11) First reached in 1911, it's the point in Antarctica through which the Earth's axis passes


$200 - Dominic

(23) Frau & fraulein are terms for women in this language


$400 - Dominic

(2) When you see starlight, star bright, known it's from the star burning this gas, whose symbol is H


$400 - Dominic

(13) Head to the art room & paint a masterpiece like the 16th century "Mona Lisa" by this man


$400 - Dominic

(7) This character dresses his dog like a reindeer & steals Christmas from Who-ville


$400 - Dominic

(19) You'll understand her songs, like "Ironic" & "Hands Clean", when you're older & more bitter


$400 - Taylor

(17) (Video) The crabeater type of this, like the one seen here, is a common sight in Antarctica


$400 - Amanda

(24) Literally meaning "to God", it's how you say good-bye in Spanish


$600 - Amanda

(3) The air that we breathe is mostly not oxygen but this gas, N


$600 - Amanda

(14) Impress the gym coach; practice your spin technique for tossing a 16-pound metal ball in this Olympic event


(-$600) - Amanda

$600 - Dominic

(8) This kind Seuss elephant "Hears a Who" & also "Hatches the Egg"


$600 - Dominic

(20) These "Who Let the Dogs Out?" hitmakers come, logically enough, from the Bahamas


$600 - Amanda

(26) 2 species of these birds that inhabit Antarctica are the Adelie & the Emperor


$600 - Triple Stumper

(25) If you're in a store in Spain & you see a sign over a door saying "Salida", it means this


$800 - Amanda

(4) Indium is an element in the family of this popular wrap metal


$800 - Amanda

(15) Go to metal shop & make a scale model of this Parisian landmark that cost over $1 million to build from 1887 to 1889


(-$1200) - Dominic

(9) This Dr. Seuss book has been published in Spanish as "El Gato Ensombrerado"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


(-$800) - Taylor

(-$800) - Amanda

(-$800) - Dominic

(21) With spiky hair & names like Sid Vicious, this style of rock music shocked people in the '70s


$800 -

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$800 -

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$1000 - Dominic

(5) You're very busy if you have too many bars of this element, Fe, in the fire


$1000 - Dominic

(16) Dash off a major piece of literature like this 1852 Harriet Beecher Stowe novel


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(10) This turtle king stacks up all the other turtles to build a towering throne only to fall down from the top


(-$1000) - Taylor

(22) Despite their name, at least 1 member of this band has already hit 20
Lyrics:
That is how we want it
Floorfiller
That is how we need it
Floorfiller


$1000 -

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$1000 -

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Scores at the first commercial break:
Dominic: $1,800
Amanda: $1,400
Taylor: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Dominic: $3,200
Amanda: $2,800
Taylor: -$1,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 7, 2004

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U.S. RIVERS
YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TOOTH!
FAMOUS QUOTATIONS
SPORTS NAMES
THEATRE
ONLINE LINGO
$400 - Dominic

(26) It flows through Washington, D.C. & on past Mount Vernon


$400 - Dominic

(1) This imaginary creature takes away the tooth you leave under your pillow & replaces it with money


$400 - Dominic

(11) According to the Declaration of Independence, "all men are created" this way


$400 - Amanda

(13) Famous professionals in this sport include David Duval & Annika Sorenstam


$400 - Dominic

(18) In 2003 the Oregon Children's Theatre premiered a play about this woman who hit the trail with Lewis & Clark


$400 - Amanda

(3) "LTIC" means "Laughing til" this happens


(-$2000) - Dominic

(27) The Lincoln & Holland Tunnels let cars travel from Manhattan to New Jersey under this river

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$800 - Amanda

(2) Using Du Pont technology, the first one of these with synthetic bristles was introduced in 1938


$800 - Amanda

(12) It completes a quote from Thomas Palmer in 1840: "If at first you don't succeed ..."


$800 - Dominic

(14) Dan Marino & Joe Montana will long be remembered as great offensive players in this sport


$800 - Amanda

(19) Several different musicals have been based on Margery Williams' tale about this "Velveteen" creature


$800 - Dominic

(4) You may want to D/L some files to your desktop, meaning this


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(28) This river of the Pacific northwest provides much of the boundary between Washington & Oregon


$1200 - Dominic

(8) These large mammals are divided into 2 main groups, toothed & baleen


$1200 - Dominic

(23) This Dickens guy says, "Every idiot who" says, "Merry Christmas ... should be boiled with his own pudding"


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(15) It's the baseball position played by Hideo Nomo & Curt Schilling


$1200 - Amanda

(20) In the play "True History and Real Adventures", kids search for the truth about this "calamitous" Wild West gal


$1200 - Taylor

(5) If you have an "RFI", you have a "request for" this


$1600 - Dominic

(29) The Falls of Saint Anthony stop this mighty river from being navigable north of St. Paul, Minnesota


$1600 - Amanda

(9) Covered by enamel, this visible part of a tooth sounds like something a king wears


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Romeo sighs, "O! That I were" one of these "upon that hand, that I might touch" that "cheek"


$1600 - Dominic

(16) Secretariat, Affirmed & Seattle Slew have all been triple crown winners in this sport


$3000 - Amanda

(21) Arnold Lobel's books for kids inspired the musical "A Year with Frog and" this other amphibian

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$1600 - Amanda

(6) "AWFK" means "away from" this


(-$2000) - Taylor

(30) This river bisects the state of South Dakota from north to south


$2000 - Dominic

(10) (Video) Of the genus Smilodon, it's the extinct tiger seen here


$2000 - Dominic

(25) E.M. Forster proposed "Two cheers for" this system of government that "admits variety & ... permits criticism"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(17) This 7-foot San Antonio Spur, the 2003 NBA Finals MVP, grew up in the U.S. Virgin Islands


$2000 - Dominic

(22) You weren't even born when this musical about a spooky guy in an opera house debuted on Broadway in 1988


$2000 - Dominic

(7) "C4N" is this Italian greeting, "for now"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Dominic: $18,000
Amanda: $13,400
Taylor: -$2,200


Final JEOPARDY!

THE 50 STATES
2 of the 4 states whose names start & end with the same letter

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Amanda: $13,400 - $6,000
Dominic: $18,000 - $12,000


Final Scores
Amanda: $7,400
Dominic: $6,000

Dominic: $21,200 (24 right, includes 1 rebound; 3 wrong, includes 2 DDs)
Amanda: $12,000 (18 right, includes 1 DD; 3 wrong)
Taylor: -$2,200 (2 right; 3 wrong)
Total: $31,000

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