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JEOPARDY! Game - June 2, 2004

Contestants

Julia Lazarus, Fundraiser from New York, NY
Ken Jennings, Software engineer from Salt Lake City, UT
Jerry Harvey, Freelance educator originally from California, MO (Returning 2-day champ with $70,002)

JEOPARDY! Round - June 2, 2004

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

BIOGRAPHY SUBTITLES
LET'S CLEAN UP
PARDON ME
QUOTABLE RECENT MOVIES
PLAY TIME
"EPI"SODES
$200 - Jerry

(7) A President:
"Remembering Jack"


$200 - Ken

(26) If you're using a leaf skimmer, you're probably keeping this clean


$200 - Ken

(21) He was Presidentially pardoned September 8, 1974


$200 - Ken

(12) 2002:
"Nice Greek girls who don't find a husband work in the family restaurant"


$200 - Jerry

(6) In pinochle, an A-K-Q-J-10 of trump is a royal sequence; in poker, it would be a royal this


$200 - Jerry

(1) A fast-spreading outbreak of a disease


$400 - Ken

(8) A Frenchman:
"The Boy Who Invented Books for the Blind"


$400 - Julia

(27) In Pittsburgh, "redd up" means tidy up & is usually applied to one of these, like a teenager's


$400 - Ken

(22) Though Thomas Blood stole this object important to Charles II from the Tower of London, Charles pardoned him


$400 - Ken

(13) 2003:
"I shall take you to the Black Pearl and your bonny lass"


$400 - Ken

(17) Chutes & Ladders began as a Hindu game of these & ladders


$400 - Ken

(2) A short section at the end of a book


$600 - Jerry

(9) A Revolutionary War figure:
"Sailor, Hero, Father of the American Navy"


$600 - Ken

(28) (Video) For some light cleaning, it's the 2-word name of the item seen here


$600 - Ken

(23) In 1992 President Bush pardoned 6 Iran-Contra figures, saying this was their main motivation


$600 - Ken

(14) 2001:
"Keep an eye on the staircases. They like to change"


$600 - Julia

(18) One of the tiles in the first word put on a Scrabble board must cover the square with this symbol on it


$600 - Jerry

(3) From the Greek for "seizure", it's a medical condition involving abnormal electrical brain activity


$1800 - Jerry

(10) An entrepreneur:
"Bargain Billionaire"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


$800 - Julia

(29) Men wielding these windshield-cleaning implements are a negative indicator of quality of life in NYC


$800 - Jerry

(24) This country singer who did time in San Quentin was pardoned by Governor Ronald Reagan in 1972


$800 - Ken

(15) 2003:
"God doesn't take vacations ... does He? ... Do Ye?"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(19) A Parcheesi player begins with 4 pieces & can move a maximum of this many of them on one roll of the dice


$800 - Ken

(4) A witty saying or expression


$1000 - Julia

(11) A '60s civil rights leader:
"By Any Means Necessary"


$1000 - Ken

(30) It means "scrub vigorously" & 3M makes Scotch-Brite pads to do it


$1000 - Jerry

(25) He fought against Julius Caesar, who pardoned him; a mistake, as he then conspired with Brutus in Caesar's murder


$1000 - Julia

(16) 2002:
"There's a monster outside my room, can I have a glass of water?"


$1000 - Julia

(20) The French call this floor or table game Jeu de Puce, "The Flea Game", as the disks act like jumping fleas


$1000 - Ken

(5) The best example of something


Scores at the first commercial break:
Ken: $4,600
Julia: $2,000
Jerry: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $8,000
Julia: $4,800
Jerry: $1,800


Double JEOPARDY! Round - June 2, 2004

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"H" NAMES
ACTRESSES & PLAYWRIGHTS
VOCABULARY
SENATORIAL SUCCESSORS
COUNTRY TIME
LEMON AID
$400 - Ken

(11) In 1919 this winner of the Iron Cross joined what would become the Nazi party


$400 - Jerry

(6) He never forgave Mrs. Patrick Campbell for going off on her honeymoon while rehearsing his "Pygmalion"


$400 - Julia

(1) Bovine means resembling cattle; this word that's 1 letter shorter means resembling sheep


$400 - Julia

(16) 2000:
Replaces New York's Daniel Patrick Moynihan


$400 - Jerry

(25) Nepal's western, eastern & southern boundaries are with this country


$400 - Julia

(21) Mash avocado, add onion, lemon juice & some tomato to get this chip dip


$800 - Julia

(12) This mythical hero stole Hippolyta's girdle as one of his labors


$800 - Julia

(7) As a student at Brown University, this actress appeared in a play written by her father, Romulus Linney


$800 - Ken

(2) When in England, if asked to snog, be aware it means this


(-$800) - Jerry

$800 - Ken

(17) 1988:
Succeeds Connecticut's Lowell Weicker


$800 - Julia

(30) The U.S. Ambassador to Samoa is stationed in Wellington in this country


$800 - Ken

(22) In "Over the Rainbow", "troubles melt like" these, "away, above the chimney tops"


$1200 - Ken

(13) Born in Dublin, Texas in 1912, this 4-time U.S. Open winner had his own line of golf equipment


$5000 - Julia

(8) Chapter one of her life with Neil Simon began in 1973, when she was cast in his play "The Good Doctor"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $5000


(-$1200) - Jerry

$1200 - Ken

(3) This word for circumstances that lessen a punishment comes from the Latin for "soft"


$1200 - Jerry

(18) 1986:
Replaces Arizona's Barry Goldwater


(-$1200) - Ken

(-$1200) - Jerry

(28) In April 1939 this country absorbed Albania


$1200 - Julia

(23) This girl sold lemonade to reporters during her father's 1976 Presidential campaign


$1600 - Ken

(14) This man took office as the 19th President of the U.S. in 1877


$1600 - Ken

(9) Appropriately, his wife Armande Bejart made her stage debut in his 1662 play "The School for Wives"


$2000 - Ken

(4) Prefab metal sheets used to print newspapers gave us this term for standard wording, as in contracts

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


(-$1600) - Ken

$1600 - Jerry

(19) 2002:
Follows North Carolina's Jesse Helms


(-$1600) - Ken

$1600 - Jerry

(27) A child prodigy, violinist Yehudi Menuhin was born in this country


$1600 - Jerry

(24) He's the only Lemon in Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame


$2000 - Ken

(15) In Genesis 16 this handmaid of Sarah flees the household


$2000 - Ken

(10) This author of the play "Purlie Victorious" co-starred in it on Broadway with his wife, Ruby Dee


$2000 - Ken

(5) (Video of Sofia
holding a fencing sword)

The weak part of the blade is the foible. The strong part has this "f" name that can also mean what you're best at


$2000 - Julia

(20) 1998:
Replaces New York's Alphonse D'Amato


$2000 - Jerry

(26) What was long ago called Cush, part of Nubia, is considered to be this African country today


$2000 - Julia

(29) According to a children's rhyme, "Oranges and lemons say the bells of" this church


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $20,000
Julia: $18,600
Jerry: $7,400


Final JEOPARDY!

THE 2000 OLYMPICS
She's the first female track & field athlete to win medals in 5 different events at a single Olympics

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jerry: $7,400 + $1
Julia: $18,600 - $3,799
Ken: $20,000 + $17,201


Final Scores
Ken: $37,201
Julia: $14,801
Jerry: $7,401

Ken: $19,600 (27 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 3 wrong
Julia: $14,800 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 0 wrong)
Jerry: $9,200 (14 right, includes 2 rebounds; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total:$43,600

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