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JEOPARDY! Game - October 3, 2003

Contestants

Jason Flowers, High school teacher originally from Morgan City, LA
Vane Lucas, Banker from Tulsa, OK
Tom Massimo, Equity trader from New York, NY (Returning 1-day champ with $23,200)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 3, 2003

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

PRESIDENTIAL TERMS OF SERVICE
CLASSIC COMIC STRIPS
WORLD TRAVEL
THE NEXT SOUND YOU HEAR ...
PEAS
"Q"s
$200 - Tom

(1) 1933 - 1945


$200 - Tom

(6) In 1933 Dagwood's dad disinherited him for marrying this woman whose maiden name was Boopadoop


$200 - Jason

(11) Feel free to wear your jodhpurs to Jodhpur in this country; they were named for it


$200 - Vane

(21) ... after you shout in Mammoth Cave National Park, especially on the river of that name


$200 - Jason

(26) Recipes for split-pea soup often call for carrots, potatoes & this smoked meat


$200 - Tom

(16) Put out, such as a fire; or satisfy, such as your thirst


$400 - Jason

(2) 1977 - 1981


(-$400) - Vane

$400 - Jason

(7) When Dik Browne died in 1989, his son Chris took over this Viking strip


$400 - Tom

(12) Sailing on this river on the MS Serenade you'll stop at Esna, Edfu & Aswan


$400 - Vane

(22) ... after Lurch makes his entrance is this phrase


$400 - Tom

(27) Peas & this "Peruvian" bean are great fresh vegetable sources of protein


$400 - Vane

(17) The title character in a 1605 novel gave us this adjective that means caught up in the romance of noble deeds


$600 - Vane

(3) 1901 - 1909


$600 - Tom

(8) Kingdom in which you'll find Bung, the drunken court jester


$600 - Vane

(13) Tradition says the Monastery of St. Catherine on the Sinai Peninsula is on the site where Moses saw this phenomenon


$600 - Vane

(23) ... in the NBA, after the ball is whisteled dead when there's a substitute waiting


$600 - Jason

(28) Probably developed in Holland in the 16th c. & also called a sugar pea, it's a component of Chinese stir-fries


(-$600) - Tom

$600 - Jason

(18) This word & "curious" describe the "volume of forgotten lore" pondered over by the narrator of "The Raven"


(-$800) - Vane

(4) 1841

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


$800 - Tom

(9) First name of the title character Doonesbury


$800 - Vane

(14) You can visit the Charles Darwin Research Station at Puerta Ayora on Santa Cruz in this island group


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) (Video) ... after what's represented by the meteorological symbol seen here


$800 - Vane

(29) Peas belong to this large family of pod-bearing plants that includes alfalfa & peanuts


$800 - Vane

(19) This flat ring used to pitch at stakes for points can be made of rope or metal


$1000 - Jason

(5) 1857 -1861


(-$1000) - Vane

(10) Dating back to 1934, it's been called "the mother (or grandmother) of all soap-opera strips"


$1000 - Tom

(15) Marrakech, the "Pink City", is in the foothills of this mountain chain


$1000 - Jason

(25) ... after a cry of "Opa!" in Papadakis' Greek Restaurant in San Pedro, Calif. (You may want to shield your face)


$1000 - Tom

(30) In England in 1787 Thomas Knight began breeding experiments with peas, 69 years before this Austrian monk


$1000 - Vane

(20) This eponymous term refers to a traitor who aids an invading enemy by serving in a puppet government


Scores at the first commercial break:
Tom: $3,200
Jason: $2,000
Vane: -$200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Jason: $4,400
Tom: $4,200
Vane: $4,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 3, 2003

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ART
TV NEWS
GEOMETRY
PANCHO VILLAGE
NAME THE AUTHOR
THE 7 DEADLY SIN-ONYMS
$400 - Vane

(7) Over 30 years after starting the Sistine Chapel, he made his last paintings for the Vatican's Pauline Chapel


$400 - Vane

(6) On this sitcom, Jack Klugman scored as Oscar Madison, a sports reporter for the New York Herald


$400 - Jason

(1) In 1795 John Playfair simplified Euclid's axiom about these, still saying they never meet


$400 - Tom

(21) Before heading U.S. forces in France in WWI, this General led a punitive raid into Mexico in pursuit of Pancho Villa


$400 - Tom

(16) Giving up on that tease Beatrice, he married Gemma Donati in the late 1200s


$400 - Triple Stumper

(23) "O, beware, my lord, of" this synonym for envy


$800 - Tom

(8) He painted "Costume Ball at the Moulin Rouge" & "Jane Avril Leaving the Moulin Rouge"


$800 - Vane

(10) Ed Asner moved to California & became the gruff City Editor of the Los Angeles Tribune on this drama series


$800 - Vane

(2) (Video of Sarah next to a blackboard) A prism has the same relationship to a pyramid as a cylinder does to this


$800 - Jason

(22) A park named for Pancho Villa in Columbus in this state lies on the site of his 1916 raid into the U.S.


$800 - Vane

(17) (Video) Chronicler of the South seen here


$800 - Vane

(24) A talking Gecko might tell you it's a 5-letter synonym for avarice


$1200 - Jason

(9) This American illustrator described his work as "lovely-kids-adoring-their-kindly-grandpa sort of thing"


$1200 - Vane

(11) The Daily Planet newspaper was just super as the employer of both the title characters on this 1990s drama


$1200 - Vane

(3) Between 2 & 2:50 P.M., the minute hand on your watch covers this many degrees

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1200 - Jason

(28) After 1911, Pancho Villa used this Texas city of 600,000 on the Rio Grande as his headquarters


$1200 - Tom

(18) He wrote the play "Tom Thumb" & the novel "Tom Jones"


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(25) "Pride" synonym paired with "The Id" in a Freud title


$1600 - Tom

(14) Masterpieces by this Spaniard include "The Naked Maja" & "The 2nd of May 1808"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(12) As Tim O'Hara, Bill Bixby worked as a newspaper reporter for the Los Angeles Sun on this silly '60s sitcom


$1600 - Jason

(4) A scalenohedron is a crystal of 8 or 12 faces, each of which is one of these shapes


$(-1600) - Tom

(29) When the Mexican Revolution began, Villa joined the rebels against this dictator with the first name Porfirio


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(19) This playwright was the illegitimate fils of a famed novelist


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(26) For lust: a perfume from Alfred Dunhill


$2000 - Tom

(15) This Renaissance Master painted the fresco "The School of Athens"


(-$2000) - Vane

$2000 - Tom

(13) Harry Anderson left 'em laughing on this show as a witty Miami columnist working for the Record-Dispatch


(-$2000) - Jason

(5) (Video of Cheryl in front of a blackboard with 2 circles drawn on it) Also used to describe people, in the world of circles, it's the opposite of concentric


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) This "Devil's Dictionary" author disappeared after going to Mexico, reportedly to write about Pancho Villa


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) He created Private Eye Lew Archer


(-$1000) - Vane

(27) Meaning sloth, it's from the Latin negative of dolere, "to feel pain"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Tom: $11,000
Jason: $7,600
Vane: $7,400


Final JEOPARDY!

MOVIE HEROES
Hiram Bingham, who rediscovered "the lost city of the Incas", Machu Picchu, was a model for this movie hero

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Vane: $7,400 + $1,000
Jason: $7,600 + $7,595
Tom: $11,000 + $4,201


Final Scores
Tom: $15,201 (2-day total of $38,401)
Jason: $15,195
Vane: $8,400

Tom: $11,000 (16 right, includes 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Jason: $7,600 (13 right, includes 2 rebounds; 1 wrong)
Vane: $9,200 (18 right, includes 1 DD; 5 wrong, includes 2 DDs)
Total: $27,800

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