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JEOPARDY! Game - October 27, 2003

Contestants

Chrissy Adams, Teacher & stay-at-home mom from Montclair, NJ
John Lindquist, Attorney from Marietta, GA
Mike Garabedian, Graduate student from Whittier, CA (Returning 2-day champ with $42,402)

JEOPARDY! Round - October 27, 2003

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

EXTINCT NAMES
ROCK "AND" ROLL
FOOD STUFF
WHICH U.S. CABINET DEPARTMENT?
ALTAR EGOS
ANAGRAMS
$200 - Chrissy

(16) It's what the Rex means in T. Rex


$200 - John

(1) The Isley Brothers & The Beatles both had hits with this song


$200 - John

(6) Often filled with cheese, these thin pancakes of Jewish cookery can be served with sour cream & preserves


$200 - Chrissy

(19) The Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service


$200 - Mike

(11) This man is the Bishop of Rome & the Primate of Italy


$200 - John

(26) What you do to frozen meat before cooking


$400 - John

(17) According to its name, Protoavis wasn't just the early bird but this


$400 - John

(2) Love keeps this pop duo, Daryl Dragon & his wife, together


$400 - Chrissy

(7) Also called the Italian plum, the plum variety of this comes in red & yellow versions


$400 - Chrissy

(20) The Employment Standards Administration


$400 - Mike

(12) It's a member of the clergy employed to give religious guidance to members of the armed forces


$400 - Triple Stumper

(27) My boss does it whenever he's upset; what a baby!


(-$1600) - John

(18) Laplatasaurus' name tells you it lived on this continent

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1600


$600 - Mike

(3) This 1961 hit begins, "I couldn't sleep at all last night"


$600 - Mike

(8) The noble Roman house of Fabius took its name from this bean


$600 - Mike

(21) The Federal Financing Bank


$600 - John

(13) Though it sounds like a camel relative, it's the title used for a revered Tibetan Buddhist monk


$600 - John

(28) How 'bout some melon with a squeeze of this?


$800 - John

(22) The Ichthyosaur's name reminds us of this type of creature, which it resembled & ate


$800 - Mike

(4) According to a 1982 duet, they "live together in perfect harmony side by side on my piano keyboard"


$800 - Mike

(9) Like peaches & apricots, apples have seeds that contain minute amounts of this deadly poison


$800 - John

(24) The Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry


$800 - John

(14) (Video) Meaning "sign of God," it's the supreme religious title once held by the man seen here


$800 - John

(29) I find this type of band charming


$1000 - Chrissy

(23) The old name Brontosaurus referred to the beast's tread sounding like this


$1000 - John

(5) In 1970 Eric Clapton formed this group that had "Bell Bottom Blues"


$1000 - Mike

(10) The name of this pasta, dumplings often made from potato dough, means "dumpling"


$1000 - John

(25) The Bureau of Economic Analysis


$1000 - Mike

(15) Also used to describe Abraham or Isaac, it's the term for an Eastern Orthodox Bishop of a large city like Antioch


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(30) I wonder if a Senator has ever been accused of this


Scores at the first commercial break:
Mike: $5,400
John: $3,200
Chrissy: $400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
John: $6,200
Mike: $6,000
Chrissy: $2,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - October 27, 2003

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EUROPEAN HISTORY
NETWORKING
THANKS FOR THE MEMOIRS
A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OVERVIEW
IN BETWEENERS
SPECIAL "K"
$400 - John

(1) Fought on June 18, 1815 in what is now Belgium, it was the final & decisive battle of the Napoleonic Wars


$400 - John

(20) "Boy Meets Grill", "Melting Pot", "Iron Chef"


$400 - Chrissy

(6) "Colors of the Mountain" is Da Chen's tale of growing up in this country during the Cultural Revolution


$400 - Mike

(26) (Video) It's the historic Olympic venue seen here


$400 - John

(15) The product called Uh-Oh! Oreos has this flavor filling between the 2 cookies


$400 - John

(10) In a classic film, this large title character is billed as the "Eighth Wonder of the World"


$800 - Chrissy

(2) This 9th century King of Wessex is the only English King called "the Great"


$800 - John

(21) "Lingo", "Russian Roulette", "I've Got a Secret"


$800 - John

(7) Aloise Buckley, niece of this "Firing Line" host, compiled a loving family memoir of her grandmother Aloise


(-$800) - Chrissy

$800 - Mike

(27) (Video of Sofia aboard the Goodyear Blimp) We're over Long Beach, looking down at this grand old lady that made 1,001 transAtlantic crossings


$800 - Chrissy

(16) If your voice is lower than a tenor's but higher than a bass', you're one of these


$800 - Chrissy

(11) He won the Indiana Democratic Presidential primary May 7, 1968


$2000 - Chrissy

(3) After this 490 B.C. battle, a messenger ran 25 miles to Athens to announce the Athenian victory

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1200 - John

(22) "Everwood", "Gilmore Girls", "Smallville"


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(8) You could say that Liz Smith got back to her "roots" in the memoir she called "Natural" this


$1200 - John

(28) (Video) Seen here is the intersection of Sunset Blvd. & this 3-word road that follows the shoreline


$1200 - John

(17) He's between Bill Pentland & Ben Thomas on Roseanne Barr's list of husbands


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(12) Once part of a fighting G.I.'s possessions, they were named for American physiologist Ancel Keyes


(-$1600) - John

(4) This Economics professor became Portugal's Prime Minister in 1932 & ruled as virtual dictator until 1968


$1600 - Mike

(23) "Inside the NFL", "The Wire", "The Sopranos"


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(9) "Elegy for Iris" is John Bayley's tribute to this novelist, his late wife


$1600 - Mike

(29) (Video) This oasis of greenery was renamed for a General during World War II


$600 - John

(18) On the New York Subway's No. 1 line, it's the stop between 34th Street & 50th Street

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $600


$1600 - John

(13) The eighth incarnation of Vishnu


(-$2000) - Chrissy

(5) In 1713 Holy Roman Emp. Charles VI announced the pragmatic sanction whereby this daughter could become Empress


$2000 - John

(24) "Premium Blend", "Crank Yankers", "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"


$2000 - Chrissy

(25) This former Queen of Jordan leapt into bookstores with "Leap of Faith: Memoirs of an Unexpected Life"


$2000 - Chrissy

(30) (Video) It's the historic artists' area seen here. Note the canals.


$2000 - John

(19) In between Nicaragua & Panama is this country whose capital you might know the way to


(-$2000) - Mike

(14) Founded by Henry Stanley, this capital city was once known as Leopoldville


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
John: $17,600 (Lock game)
Mike: $8,400
Chrissy: $8,200


Final JEOPARDY!

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
The Boston Tea Party was planned at the house of Sarah Bradlee Fulton, a member of this splinter group

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Chrissy: $8,200 - $8,000
Mike: $8,400 - $8,001
John: $17,600 - $400


Final Scores
John: $17,200
Mike: $399
Chrissy: $200

John: $20,200 (26 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Mike: $8,400 (13 right, includes 1 rebound; 1 wrong)
Chrissy: $7,400 (12 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong)
Total: $36,000

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