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JEOPARDY! Game - June 8, 2004

Contestants

Paula Filson, System programmer from Powell, OH
Corey Halgren, Supplier quality engineer from Noblesville, IN
Ken Jennings, Software engineer from Salt Lake City, UT (Returning 4-day champ with $126,201)

JEOPARDY! Round - June 8, 2004

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

NATIONAL ANTHEMS
TV-PODGE
COLORS OF THE RAINBOW
ALL THE PRESIDENTS' CHILDREN
"EXTRA" HELPINGS
I'M ON A DIET
$200 - Ken

(6) This Asian country's national anthem is "Kimigayo", "His Majesty's Reign"


$200 - Ken

(1) It's the series that gave us the classic catch phrases "Yada, yada, yada" & "No soup for you!"


$200 - Ken

(16) In a sad mood


$200 - Paula

(21) In 2002 she edited a new book of essays: "Profiles in Courage for Our Time"


$200 - Ken

(11) Not of this Earth


$200 - Paula

(26) His "Diet Revolution" was first published in the 1970s


$400 - Ken

(7) O, can you name this country whose anthem is heard here


$400 - Ken

(2) Moon Unit Zappa & Wallace Langham co-starred on the TV series "Fast Times", based on this classic of teen cinema


$400 - Paula

(17) The ink businesses try to avoid


$400 - Corey

(22) In 1835 Zachary Taylor's daughter Sarah married this future President of the Confederacy


$400 - Ken

(12) For many students, the yearbook, chess club & school newspaper fall under these "activities"


$400 - Paula

(27) Created by Herman Tarnower, this diet bears the name of an upscale NYC suburb


$600 - Ken

(8) The melody of its anthem, "Land der Berge, Land am Strome", was incorrectly attributed to Mozart


$600 - Corey

(3) Mel Blanc supplied the voice of Cosmo Spacely when this cartoon debuted in prime time in 1962


$600 - Ken

(18) Naive or inexperienced


$600 - Corey

(23) It was the 3-letter nickname of Lincoln's youngest son Thomas


$600 - Paula

(13) The handing over of a criminal to another country or state


$600 - Corey

(28) Blimey! This former Royal is a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers


$1800 - Ken

(9) It's the only Central American country whose national anthem is sung in English

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


$800 - Paula

(4) (Video) Hi, I'm Will Estes. As "American Dreams" is based around "American Bandstand" in the 1960s, it's set in this city


$800 - Ken

(19) Citrus sinensis


$800 - Paula

(24) His eldest son, Frederick, also graduated from West Point, & was later an aide to General Sheridan


$800 - Ken

(14) Characterized by good flavor, this type of olive oil has an acid level of less than 1 percent


$800 - Corey

(29) Dr. Dean Ornish came up with the 4-word diet book title that promises you can do this & "Weigh Less"


(-$1000) - Ken

$1000 - Paula

(10) The anthem heard here was composed in this century


$1000 - Corey

(5) Angus T. Jones, who plays Jake Harper, is the half-pint on this Charlie Sheen show


$1000 - Corey

(20) Liz Taylor's eyes, in a "Doonesbury" book title


$1000 - Ken

(25) "I can be President," Teddy Roosevelt said, "or I can control" this daughter, "I cannot possibly do both"


$1000 - Paula

(15) From the Italian for "more than usual wandering", it's a lavish entertainment or a spectacular display


$1000 - Corey

(30) This currently popular diet bears the name of a section of Miami


Scores at the first commercial break:
Ken: $4,000
Paula: $3,400
Corey: $1,600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $6,600
Corey: $6,000
Paula: $5,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - June 8, 2004

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OPERA
CELEBRITY SURNAME SPELLING
QUOTATIONS
"B" FOLKS
1845
4-LETTER WORDS
$400 - Ken

(17) For the gift of youth, this philosopher & alchemist pledges his soul to Mephistopheles


$400 - Ken

(6) The rapper Snoop


$400 - Ken

(16) Poet F.W. Bourdillon wrote, "The night has a thousand" of these, "and the day but one"


$400 - Ken

(1) (Video) He's the super-smooth singer seen here


$400 - Paula

(8) New baseball rules said you put a runner out this way instead of plugging him with the ball -- sounds less fun


$400 - Corey

(26) By any means possible is "by" this "or by crook"


$1800 - Ken

(18) Act I of this opera opens at Pinkerton's house in Nagasaki

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


$800 - Paula

(7) The actress who'll always be TV's Buffy Summers to us


$800 - Ken

(21) W.C. Fields said, These "are like elephants to me. I like to look at them, but I wouldn't want to own one"


$800 - Corey

(2) In the 1930s he built a distillery in Clermont, Kentucky


$800 - Ken

(9) Also named James, this 11th President reinforced James Monroe with his own doctrine


$800 - Paula

(27) In "Take Me Out to the Ball Game", I do this, this, this "for the home team"


$1200 - Ken

(19) This Beethoven opera was originally titled "Leonore"


$1200 - Ken

(10) (Video) Comic / hostess / fish-voicer seen here


$1200 - Ken

(23) That wit Saki wrote, "I always say" this "is only sin deep"


$1200 - Ken

(3) This American Jewish conductor & composer wrote "Jeremiah" & "Kaddish" symphonies


$1200 - Ken

(13) Over 300' long, the
Great Britain
set sail as the first large oceangoing ship with a hull made of this


$8500 - Paula

(28) From the Latin words for "no one" & "empty" come these 2 words that cancel a contract

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $8500


$1600 - Paula

(20) Jacques Offenbach died on Oct. 5, 1880, 4 months before his "Tales of" this poet was first produced


$1600 - Ken

(11) Filmmakers Joel & Ethan


$1600 - Ken

(24) The London Times quoted her in 1987; "I don't mind how much my ministers talk -- as long as they do what I say"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(4) (Video of Sofia
at the California
Science Center
Titanic Artifact Exhibit)

This man, who led the Titanic's discovery, found that the iceberg didn't cut into the hull, but pushed its rivets out


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(14) The poke type of this was popular for ladies, especially those having bad hair days


$1600 - Ken

(29) (Video of Sarah
at the Bishop's House
in Sitka, Alaska)

St. Innocent of Irkutsk is represented here in this type of image, traditional in the Eastern Church


(-$2000) - Paula

$2000 - Ken

(22) In a Richard Wagner opera, this knight in shining armor arrives on a boat drawn by a swan


(-$2000) - Corey

$2000 - Ken

(12) Spidey portrayer Tobey


$2000 - Ken

(25) In a 1970 book this author wrote, "The gull sees farthest who sees highest"


$2000 - Ken

(5) Her "Ernie Pook's Comeek" chronicles the troubled adolescence of Marlys & Maybonne


$2000 - Paula

(15) This future Prime Minister's novel "Sybil" was subtitled "or the Two Nations"


$2000 - Ken

(30) 1/10 of a dollar is a dime; 1/10 of a cent is this


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $32,400
Paula: $17,500
Corey: $5,200


Final JEOPARDY!

EUROPEAN ISLANDS
Gavdos, an islet administratively part of this larger island, is Europe's southernmost point

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Corey: $5,200 - $1,800
Paula: $17,500 - $17,500
Ken: $32,400 - $2,601


Final Scores
Ken: $29,799 (5-day total of $156,000)
Corey: $3,400
Paula: $0

Ken: $30,400 (33 right, includes 2 DDs & 2 rebounds; 1 wrong
Paula: $10,200 (15 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Corey: $5,200 (10 right; 1 wrong)
Total: $45,800

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