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JEOPARDY! Game - October 16, 2003

Contestants

Jack Turner, Real estate lawyer from Southaven, MS
Katie Durham, Graduate student from Portland, OR
Sean Ryan, Taxi driver, bartender & student from State College, PA (Returning 6-day champ with $123,797)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 16, 2003

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

WOMEN OF COUNTRY
MYTHOLOGY
THE DIRECTOR'S CHAIR
PSYCHED
MR. BUSINESSMAN
HOMOPHONES
$200 - Katie

(20) In her debut single Jamie O'Neal sang, "There is no" this state "no painted desert no Sedona"


$200 - Sean

(18) The Roman god of war


$200 - Sean

(1) "Shadows and Fog", "Deconstructing Harry", "Radio Days"


$200 - Sean

(16) From the Greek for "split mind", this mental disorder is not, as many believe, the same as a split personality


(-$200) - Sean

$200 - Jack

(11) In 1945 he became president of a Dearborn, Michigan car company started by his grandfather


$200 - Triple Stumper

(6) An ermine coat, or a coniferous tree


$400 - Triple Stumper

(21) She has kids named Presley, Beau & Layla, but no Glen or Campbell


$400 - Sean

(24) This King of Ithaca was married to the faithful Penelope


$400 - Sean

(2) "The Mirror Has Two Faces", "Yentl", "The Prince of Tides"


$400 - Jack

(17) In Freudian theory, it's the part of the personality that's responsible for primitive instinctual drives


$400 - Sean

(12) Eleuthere Du Pont De Nemours got a lot of bang for his buck when he opened his factory to make this in 1802


(-$400) - Jack

(7) Zero, or a religious sister


$600 - Sean

(22) Sadly, the circle was broken in May 2003 when this daughter of Mother Maybelle & wife of Johnny passed away


$600 - Sean

(25) (Video of Sofia in front of the Goodyear Blimp) Goodyear's winged foot symbol was inspired by a statue of this god


$600 - Sean

(3) "Dementia 13", "Bram Stoker's Dracula", "The Cotton Club"


$600 - Katie

(19) Bipolar disorder is also called this


$600 - Jack

(13) He founded his pencil company in 1925 & in 1957 bought Occidental Petroleum


$600 - Sean

(8) Put pen to paper, or correct


$800 - Katie

(23) (Video) Hi, I'm Carolyn Dawn Johnson. In 2002 I was named Best Country Artist by the Juno Awards, this country's equivalent of the Grammy


$800 - Jack

(26) When this Greek god came to Delphi, he killed a dragon named Python


$800 - Sean

(4) "Girl 6", "Summer of Sam", "25th Hour"


$800 - Sean

(28) This disorder is characterized by persistent ideas that result in ritualized acts, such as repetitive handwashing


$800 - Sean

(14) The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company he founded in 1838 later became an eponymous line


$800 - Sean

(9) An equal, or a jetty


$1000 - Sean

(30) The trio singing on "Trio" & the follow-up album "Trio II" are Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton & this woman


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(27) After Zeus turned her to stone, she still wept over the loss of her children


$1000 - Sean

(5) "Black Rain", "Gladiator", "Black Hawk Down"


$1000 - Katie

(29) Elizabeth Wurtzel's psycho-memoir is titled This "Nation"


$2000 - Sean

(15) This stout fellow was the first Lord Mayor of Dublin

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1000 - Sean

(10) (Video) A term used for Shakespeare, or the species of owl seen here


Scores at the first commercial break:
Sean: $8,400
Jack: $400
Katie: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Sean: $12,200
Katie: $2,600
Jack: $1,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 16, 2003

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WOMEN OF COUNTRY
A CHURCH WEDDING
CLASSICAL MUSIC
POTENT POTABLES
BOOK TITLES
"J" WALKING
$400 - Sean

(2) Isabel Peron


$400 - Sean

(1) Elizabeth Taylor got married (for the first time) at Good Shepherd in this fancy L.A.-area city


$400 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$400 - Katie

(8) Some bartenders say shaking this gin & vermouth cocktail ruins it by giving it a metallic taste from the shaker


$400 - Jack

(7) In 2002 Sue Grafton released "Q is for" this synonym for pit


$400 - Katie

(11) He betrayed Jesus with a kiss


$800 - Sean

(3) Corazon Aquino


$800 - Katie

(19) You can visit the Mondsee, Austria church where the wedding of these "Sound of Music" characters was filmed


$800 - Triple Stumper

(29) Rachmaninoff's 1913 symphony "The Bells" was based on a Russian translation of this American's poem


(-$800) - Sean

$800 - Katie

(9) This cocktail made with gin & orange juice might make you do the Hawaiian dance of the same name


$800 - Triple Stumper

(10) Sidney Sheldon wrote "The Other Side of" & "Memories of" this


$800 - Jack

(12) This TV show began as a spinoff of "All in the Family"


$1200 - Katie

(4) Benazir Bhutto


$2000 - Katie

(20) (Video of Cheryl at All Hallows Church in London) This man got married here, at All Hallows Church, on July 26, 1797, soon after his dad became U.S. President

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(28) The unpublished manuscript of the 20th of his "Hungarian Rhapsodies" has been in a museum in Weimar, Germany


$1200 - Jack

(27) A Mimosa is equal parts orange juice & this potent potable


$1200 - Sean

(16) Bruce Feiler's biography of this Biblical figure is subtitled "A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths"


(-$1200) - Katie

(-$1200) - Jack

(13) In a nonsense poem Lewis Carroll warned, "Beware" of this creature, "my son"


$1600 - Katie

(5) Mary McAleese


$1600 - Katie

(21) In 1962 Prince Juan Carlos married Princess Sophia in a Catholic & also in an Orthodox cathedral in this city


$1600 - Sean

(26) Many date the beginning of the Modernist Movement to the 1913 premiere of this Stravinsky work


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(25) Use vodka instead of rum in this pineapple cocktail & it's called a Chi Chi


(-$7000) - Sean

(17) David Brock's book about "The Conscience of an Ex-Conservative" is called "Blinded by" this

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $7000


$1600 - Sean

(14) On March 28, 1990 this NBA player scored 69 points, a career high, in a game against Cleveland


(-$2000) - Jack

(6) Sirimavo Bandaranaike


$2000 - Jack

(22) Oct. 12, 1822 was a romantic day for this French Romantic novelist; he got married at St. Sulpice


(-$2000) - Katie

(23) In 2003 the Met celebrated this composer's bicentennial by mounting his epic opera "Les Troyens"


(-$2000) - Jack

(24) A Beauty Spot Cocktail is gin, dry & sweet vermouth, orange juice & a dash of this pomegranate-flavored syrup


$2000 - Katie

(18) Zora Neale Hurston relates Janie's 3 marriages in "Their Eyes Were" doing this


$2000 - Sean

(15) Members of this Catholic order helped us get oriented by compiling an atlas of China


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Sean: $12,400
Katie: $10,200
Jack: $800


Final JEOPARDY!

NAME'S THE SAME
This sports superstar of 1973 bears the name of one of the 6 major organs of the United Nations

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Jack: $800 - $799
Katie: $10,200 - $0
Sean: $12,400 - $8,500


Final Scores
Katie: $10,200
Sean: $3,900
Jack: $1

Sean: $18,400 (25 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Katie: $9,400 (13 right, includes 1 DD & 1 rebound; 2 wrong)
Jack: $800 (8 right, includes 1 rebound; 4 wrong)
Total: $28,600

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