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JEOPARDY! Game - October 1, 2003

Contestants

Elisabeth Corkran, Human resources coordinator from Atlanta, GA
Brad Telford, Waiter from Houston, TX
Chuck Champagne, Vice president of finance from Cumberland, RI (Returning 3-day champ with $49,002)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 1, 2003

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

IT'S NOT BRAIN SURGERY
ONE-CONGRESSMAN STATES
POP MUSIC PAIRINGS
ENGLISH COUNTY NAMES
THE GOOD BOOK
THIRTY SOMETHING
$200 - Chuck

(13) Tips for this at holiday time include have a long fork on hand & start at the thigh joint


(-$200) - Chuck

(26) It's larger than France, Spain & Poland combined


$200 - Chuck

(1) ... & The News


$200 - Elisabeth

(21) John Lea & William Perrins are 2 saucy guys -- they came up with this sauce


$200 - Elisabeth

(6) Water came out of the rock at Kadesh after he struck it with his rod


$200 - Brad

(9) When a sailor is on "watch" at sea the bells are tolled at intervals of this many minutes


$400 - Chuck

(14) If that leak from your car is green, it's probably coolant; if it's black & slippery, probably this


$400 - Chuck

(27) (Video of Sarah in front of a blackboard with a rectangle drawn on it) I've drawn a map of this state. Want a little more help? Colorado's down here. (Draws in an area along the southeast border)


$400 - Chuck

(2) ... & The Sunshine Band


$400 - Chuck

(22) Horse-drawn carriage popular with the "fringe" element in Oklahoma


$400 - Brad

(7) Martin Luther's translation of the Bible helped spread the "new high" version of this language


$400 - Elisabeth

(10) In the Gregorian calendar, July has this many days


$600 - Elisabeth

(15) You can remove ketchup stains with this, also a Heinz product


$600 - Chuck

(28) Rehoboth Beach is a popular Atlantic resort there


$600 - Elisabeth

(3) ... & The Miracles


(-$600) - Brad

(23) (Video) Smile or grin and say "Cheese." This one.


$600 - Chuck

(8) Proverbs says, "Look not thou upon" this liquid "when it is red", or "thine eyes shall behold strange women"


$600 - Elisabeth

(18) It's the usual width of film used in a single-lens reflex camera


$800 - Chuck

(16) If you're 160 lbs., 4 Bloody Marys in an hour would put you over this level, the blood alcohol limit in most states


$800 - Triple Stumper

(29) With mines, banks & newspapers, the Anaconda Company had this state in its coils


$800 - Triple Stumper

(4) ... & The Juniors


$800 - Chuck

(24) Author Maugham, or an "Another World" spin-off


$800 - Elisabeth

(11) Described in Luke 7:33, this man's odd diet led some to think he was possessed


$800 - Brad

(19) First introduced in 1948, LP record albums play at this many revolutions per minute


(-$1000) - Brad

(17) With just one vanishing point, you can make a simple drawing using the one-point type of this


$1000 - Brad

(30) You can make an international hole in one by teeing off in Canada & holing out in Portal in this state


$1000 - Elisabeth

(5) ... & The Shondells


(-$1000) - Chuck

(25) On the WB, Tom Welling plays an adopted member of this family

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Elisabeth

(12) This prophet was so faithful to God that God took him up to heaven in a whirlwind on a chariot of fire


(-$1000) - Brad

$1000 - Elisabeth

(20) Half of a half gallon is this many ounces


Scores at the first commercial break:
Elisabeth: $4,600
Chuck: $1,800
Brad: $600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Elisabeth: $6,400
Chuck: $3,600
Brad: -$200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 1, 2003

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IT IS BRAIN SURGERY
AN OCTOBER FIRST FEST
ASIAN CAPITALS
FILMS OF THE '90s
MILITARY HISTORY
CROSSWORD CLUES "C"
$400 - Elisabeth

(1) You'll want to biopsy that tumor to see whether it's malignant or this opposite


$400 - Chuck

(12) On October 1, 1988 he became the USSR's President & said perestroika had entered a new age


$400 - Brad

(13) In February 2002 U.S. Marines were passing out toys & gloves to kids in this Afghan capital's Allaudin Orphanage


$400 - Elisabeth

(2) Back from their "Excellent Adventure", in 1991 this title pair left on a "Bogus Journey"


$400 - Chuck

(18) In April 1862 David Farragut was victorious at this city, also a battle site in the War of 1812


$400 - Elisabeth

(7) Basie, or Dracula (5 letters)


$800 - Elisabeth

(27) You'll know the caudate nucleus because it's this color -- oops, so is much of the rest of the brain


$800 - Brad

(23) The first of 15 million of these was assembled at Detroit's Piquette Avenue plant Oct. 1, 1908


$800 - Brad

(14) This capital in the Valley of Nepal is at an altitude of about 4,000 feet


$2000 - Elisabeth

(3) Some referred to this 1994 movie as "Die Hard on a bus"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$800 - Chuck

(19) At Ia Drang in this war, helicopters first brought large numbers of troops into combat


$800 - Brad

(8) Pole pointer (7 letters)


$1200 - Chuck

(28) Surgeons can now use eensy tubes to treat this event, also called a cerebrovascular accident


$1200 - Chuck

(24) Both born Oct. 1, 1924 were Jimmy Carter & this man, a mere Associate Justice during the Carter Administration


(-$1200) - Chuck

$1200 - Brad

(15) According to legend, it was founded in 1122 B.C.; in 1948 it became capital of North Korea


$1200 - Brad

(4) "Somebody said get a life ... so they did" was the tagline for this Susan Sarandon / Geena Davis film


$2600 - Chuck

(20) (Video of a map of Europe, showing an arrow pointing toward a section of Belgium) The shape of the area indicated here gave this battle its name

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2600


$1200 - Elisabeth

(9) Far East forks (10 letters)


(-$1600) - Brad

(-$1600) - Chuck

(29) Gamma knife surgery uses beams of this to destroy tumors


(-$1600) - Elisabeth

(25) On Oct. 1, 1896 this service began as Harry Gibson carried mail through the West Virginia back country


$1600 - Chuck

(16) With a name meaning "The end of strife", this capital of Burma is naturally home to the World Peace Pagoda


$1600 - Elisabeth

(5) In this flaky comedy, Anthony Hopkins played cereal king Dr. John Harvey Kellogg


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(21) In 1917 the British battled this nation's army in the 3 battles of Gaza


$1600 - Brad

(10) "Lumpy" stocking stuffer (4 letters)


$2000 - Brad

(30) A device called the surgiscope uses this type of image, abbreviated MR, to guide the knife


(-$2000) - Chuck

$2000 - Elisabeth

(26) Oct. 1 is the Feast of St. Remi, whose big moment was baptizing the King of these people at Reims in 496


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(17) Now capital of Laos, back in the early 18th century it was capital of a same-named kingdom


$2000 - Elisabeth

(6) (Video) Hi, I'm Vivica Fox. I played one of the sisters in this 1997 film about family, relationships & Sunday night dinners


$2000 - Triple

(22) In September 1812 Napoleon won the battle of this village, allowing him to take Moscow


(-$2000) - Brad

(11) Fissure king (5 letters)


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Elisabeth: $15,600 (Lock game)
Chuck: $7,000
Brad: $5,000


Final JEOPARDY!

PHRASE ORIGINS
The sinking of the HMS Birkenhead in February 1852 gave rise to this gallant 4-word Naval tradition

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Brad: $5,000 + $5,000
Chuck: $7,000 - $4,000
Elisabeth: $15,600 - $1,000


Final Scores
Elisabeth: $14,600
Brad: $10,000
Chuck: $3,000

Elisabeth: $14,400 (19 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 1 wrong)
Chuck: $6,600 (17 right, includes 1 DD; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Brad: $5,000 (12 right, includes 1 rebound; 5 wrong)
Total: $26,000

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