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JEOPARDY! Game - June 9, 2004

Contestants

Anne Fritz, Executive director from Memphis, TN
Kevin Stanley, Writer & poet from Decatur, GA
Ken Jennings, Software engineer from Salt Lake City, UT (Returning 5-day champ with $156,000)

JEOPARDY! Round - June 9, 2004

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

AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN
MOVIE ROLES
MUSEUMS
A GREEN CATEGORY
1969
GOING "SOFT" ON US, EH?
$200 - Ken

(12) After her husband's death in 1968, she founded a center in Atlanta, Georgia for nonviolent social change


$200 - Ken

(1) Yeah, baby! Mike Myers has played this groovy secret agent in 3 films


$200 - Ken

(23) You can take the Powell-Mason line of these to a museum of them in San Francisco


$200 - Ken

(21) Britt Reid was the secret identity of this comic book hero


$200 - Ken

(4) He was officially presented to the Welsh people on July 1


$200 - Anne

(11) A 3-minute egg


$400 - Ken

(13) Her on-air 50th birthday bash included guests Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner &, of course, Stedman


$400 - Ken

(2) In a 2003 movie he played the bitter, foul-mouthed "Bad Santa"


$400 - Ken

(27) The National Civil Rights Museum has an exhibit about the enrollment of James Meredith at this school in 1962


$400 - Anne

(22) This company began issuing the first green stamps in the 1890s


$400 - Anne

(7) This supersonic airliner took off March 2, 1969


$400 - Ken

(17) Its 2 main types are slow pitch & fast pitch


$600 - Kevin

(14) While Shirley Chisholm represented N.Y. in Congress, Barbara Jordan represented this state


$600 - Anne

(3) Robin Williams danced with a vacuum cleaner to the song "Dude Looks Like a Lady" in this 1993 comedy


$600 - Anne

(28) A museum in Springer, New Mexico bears the name of this Old West trail that opened in 1821


(-$600) - Anne

$600 - Ken

(24) (Video) The green variety of this sticky-footed creature is seen here


$600 - Ken

(8) She became Prime Minister of Israel


$600 - Ken

(18) Applications & programs for computers


$800 - Kevin

(15) Before becoming an advisor to President Bush, she served 6 years as provost of Stanford Univ.


$800 - Ken

(5) It's the film in which Audrey Hepburn played Holly Golightly


$800 - Ken

(29) This 16th century English king is honored at the International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame in St. Louis


$800 - Ken

(25) For decades the Green Line was the buffer zone between the Greek & Turkish forces on this island


$800 - Anne

(9) He resigned as President of France


$800 - Ken

(19) It was pioneered around 1910 by dancer George Primrose when he kicked off his clogs


$1400 - Kevin

(16) Arturo Toscanini once praised this contralto, saying she had a voice that comes "once in a hundred years"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1400


$1000 - Ken

(6) Susan Sarandon as a would-be casino dealer befriended Burt Lancaster in this 1981 movie


$1000 - Ken

(30) Museo de Frida Kahlo is located in this world capital city


$1000 - Ken

(26) (Video) The flag seen here is the national banner of this north African nation


$1000 - Ken

(10) On July 3, 1969 this British guitarist was found drowned in his swimming pool


$1000 - Ken

(20) Your uvula hangs down from this upper back part of the mouth


Scores at the first commercial break:
Ken: $4,400
Anne: $2,000
Kevin: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $12,600
Kevin: $2,800
Anne: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - June 9, 2004

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SCOTLAND
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL
THE ANCIENTS SPEAK
SHOW TIME
SOUL FOOD
THE "L" WORD
$400 - Ken

(6) This 3-letter prefix to Scottish names means "son of"


$400 - Ken

(22) (Video of Sofia
at Cirque du Soleil
in Las Vegas, NV)

The 9-show Cirque du Soleil empire began with a bunch of street performers on stilts in Bay St. Paul in this province


$400 - Ken

(10) About this city Pindar wrote, "O bright & violet-crowned and famed in song, bulwark of Greece"


$400 - Ken

(1) In 2004 this Kiefer Sutherland show won the Golden Globe Award for TV Drama Series


(-$400) - Kevin

$400 - Anne

(21) When dining on red beans & rice, the beans are traditionally this variety


$400 - Ken

(11) The daughter of a Duke or Earl puts this word before her name


(-$4600) - Ken

(7) In Scotland lochs are lakes & these are wide bays into which most of Scotland's rivers flow

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $4600


$800 - Ken

(27) The Cirque got Thierry Mugler to design these for the new show "Zumanity"


$800 - Kevin

(17) Hippocrates called this "the most distinguished of all the arts" but "by far the least esteemed"


$800 - Ken

(2) The pilot for this sitcom was titled "Those Were the Days", just like the theme song


$800 - Kevin

(23) For dessert how about a slice of pie -- maybe buttermilk or one made with this orange tuber


$800 - Kevin

(12) You're in a famous paradox if a Cretan tells you "All Cretans are these"


$1200 - Ken

(8) In March 1328, in the Treaty of Northampton, the English finally recognized him as King of the Scots


$1200 - Ken

(28) (Video of Jimmy
at Cirque du Soleil
in Las Vegas, NV)

Cirque du Soleil performs in a theater here at Treasure Island. Touring shows are under the grand chapiteau, or this


(-$2800) - Kevin

(18) Archimedes' line "Give me a firm spot on which to stand, and I will move the Earth" referred to this simple machine

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2800


$1200 - Ken

(3) His show on Showtime is described as "Single male rock star seeks normal life"


$1200 - Ken

(24) These greens with the same botanical name as kale are often boiled with a chunk of pork


(-$1200) - Anne

(-$1200) - Kevin

(13) Zeiss' wide-angle Biogon, whose name indicates it captures life all around us, is one of these


(-$1600) - Ken

$1600 - Anne

(9) This island group is the UK's northernmost part; most inhabitants are of Scandinavian ancestry


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) Cirque du Soleil first made bungee an art form in this show whose name is from Italian for "jump on the bench"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) In this work Plato wrote, "The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life"


$1600 - Kevin

(4) Following the "Late Show" with David Letterman is the "Late Late Show" with this man


$1600 - Kevin

(25) It's the common 8-letter term for a hog's innards, popularly fried or boiled


(-$1600) - Kevin

(14) This word for sutures used on blood vessels is from the Latin for "tie"


(-$2000) - Anne

(16) In the first century A.D. the Romans invaded the area that is now Scotland & called it this


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) (Video of Sofia
at Cirque du Soleil
in Las Vegas, NV)

The aerial cube is featured in this big show with an enigmatic title


$2000 - Ken

(20) He said he was "looking for an honest man"


$2000 - Anne

(5) Sort of documentary versions of "CSI" include A&E's "Cold Case Files" & Court TV's show These "Files"


$2000 - Kevin

(26) When coated in cornmeal & fried, these green gumbo pods lose much of their sliminess


(-$2000) - Anne

$2000 - Ken

(15) (Video) Autumn, seen here, is a popular china pattern from this company


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Ken: $18,800 (Lock game)
Kevin: $4,400
Anne: $1,200


Final JEOPARDY!

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
In a last-minute change in his manuscript, Charles Dickens renamed Little Fred this

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Anne: $1,200 + $1,200
Kevin: $4,400 + $4,400
Ken: $18,800 + $6,200


Final Scores
Ken: $25,000 (6-day total of $181,000)
Kevin: $8,800
Anne: $2,400

Ken: $23,400 (34 right, includes 2 rebounds; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Kevin: $6,800 (9 right, includes 1 DD; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Anne: $1,200 (9 right, includes 2 rebounds; 4 wrong)
Total: $31,400

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