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JEOPARDY! Game - November 7, 2003

Contestants

Laurie Dinnerstein, Television intern from West Hollywood, CA
Scott Troy, Student from Highland Park, IL
Michele Liguori, Applications engineer & technical trainer from Maynard, MA (Returning 1-day champ with $20,001)

JEOPARDY! Round - November 7, 2003

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

GOOD HORSEKEEPING
TV GUY"D"
PORTS ILLUSTRATED
UNPOPULAR MECHANICS
SOLDIER OF MISFORTUNE
EATERS DIGEST
$200 - Michele

(16) Silver & Scout were the horses of this fictional pair


$200 - Scott

(1) Nickname of TV teen Doctor Howser


$200 - Triple Stumper

(6) Have a burger & stop by & see the world-famous Hagenbeck Zoo in this largest German port city


$200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED OR LACK OF TIME


(-$200) - Michele

$200 - Laurie

(21) In 31 B.C. the combined forces of Cleopatra & this Roman were crushed by Octavian's in the Battle of Actium


$200 - Michele

(7) "It is written" in the Bible that "Man shall not live by" this "alone"


$400 - Triple Stumper

(17) It's what you get when you breed a hotblood with a coldblood


$400 - Scott

(2) X marks the spot for this "X-Files" star


$400 - Scott

(12) (Video) The building seen here is a landmark in this port city, founded in 1788


$400 - Scott

(29) Heard here, it becomes really unpopular at 3 A.M.


$400 - Laurie

(22) British General Edward Braddock & 900 of his men were ambushed & killed near Fort Duquesne in 1755 during this war


$400 - Scott

(8) In 1990 he proclaimed, "I do not like broccoli, and I haven't liked it since I was a little kid ..."


$600 - Michele

(18) Shetlands are measured in inches as well as in these, the normal horse measure


$600 - Scott

(3) Survey says he hosted "Family Feud"


$600 - Michele

(13) The Lenin Shipyards in this Polish port city, where Solidarity began in the 1980s, were later renamed


$600 - Michele

(28) Stopzilla is software to stop these from constantly appearing on your computer screen


$600 - Laurie

(23) This great Spanish author lost the use of his left hand at the 1571 Battle of Lepanto against the Turks


$600 - Michele

(9) Charles De Gaulle is said to have asked, "How can you be expected to govern a country that has 246 kinds of" this


$800 - Michele

(19) Comanche survived but reports are sketchy on the fate of the horse Vic at this famous battle


$800 - Scott

(4) Mountie nemesis of Snidely Whiplash


$800 - Michele

(14 ) Begun in the 1500s, the Castillo de San Juan de Ulua dominates this Mexican port city whose name means "true cross"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


$800 - Laurie

(27) This airship's tragic destruction in 1937 was a major factor in putting a stop to regular passenger airship service


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) Sing a "song" for this nephew of Charlemagne, lost with the rear guard at the battle of Roncesvalles


$800 - Michele

(10) Alexandre Dumas said these expensive fungi "can ... make women more tender and men more lovable"


(-$1000) - Michele

(-$1000) - Laurie

(20) A name for any untamed western horse, or a 1959-60 TV Western starring Ty Hardin


$1000 - Scott

(5) Now a director & producer, Danny De Vito won an Emmy for playing a curmudgeonly dispatcher with this last name


(-$1000) - Laurie

(-$1000) - Michele

(15) Gaze upon the blue, blue Mediterranean Sea in this Egyptian port city at the entrance to the Suez Canal


$1000 - Michele

(26) Appropriate 4-letter term for the space in a gallows floor through which a hangee fell


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(25) In the May 1863 Battle of Chancellorsville, Robert E. Lee won a great victory but lost this important General


$1000 - Michele

(11) Dessert defined by Ambrose Bierce as "a detestable substance produced by a ... conspiracy of the hen ... cow & ... cook"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Michele: $4,000
Scott: $3,800
Laurie: $0

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Michele: $5,000 (Originally $3,000. Judges ruled her correct on a $1,000 clue before the beginning of the Double Jeopardy round, increasing her score by $2,000)
Scott: $4,200
Laurie: $0


Double JEOPARDY! Round - November 7, 2003

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CLASSIC ENGLISH LIT
CONSTRUCTION
FORMER STATE GOVERNORS
WHERE FOR ART?
THE BRITISH INVASION
FOR THE BIRDS
$400 - Michele

(1) Her "Last Poems" were published in 1862; she died in 1861 in Robert's arms, after 15 years of marriage


(-$400) - Laurie

(12) It can be the slope of a roof, or the gunk used to waterproof it


$400 - Scott

(6) Thomas Jefferson


$400 - Laurie

(22) (Video) To get a hand on the art seen here, you'll have to travel to this world-famous museum


$400 - Scott

(7) On June 5, 1964 Mick, Keith & the rest of these boys gave their first U.S. concert in San Bernardino


$400 - Michele

(17) Someone with keen eyesight has this bird's eye


(-$800) - Michele

(2) In this family, Sarah wrote "The Adventures of David Simple" & Henry wrote "Joseph Andrews"


$800 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$800 - Laurie

(13) Nelson A. Rockefeller


(-$800) - Scott

(-$800) - Laurie

(23) (Video) Usual midtown museum home of the masterpiece seen here


$800 - Laurie

(8) 1 of the 2 title characters in No. 1 hits by Herman's Hermits


$800 - Michele

(18) It can precede "-hearted" or "-livered"


$1200 - Michele

(3) His "Frost at Midnight" was about his son Hartley; his poem "Kubla Khan" wasn't


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1200 - Laurie

(14) Ann Richards


$1200 - Laurie

(24) (Video) A museum of the artist whose work is seen here opened in 1997 in this state, that inspired much of her work


$1200 - Scott

(9) In 1964 this London quintet was "Glad All Over" when it replaced the Beatles at the top of the U.K. charts


(-$1200) - Scott

(19) It's the bird mentioned in the full name of the tails worn by a well-dressed Fred Astaire


(-$1000) - Michele

(4) As early as 1871 authors were putting out possible endings for this Dickens mystery

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - Laurie

(15) Lawton Chiles


$1600 - Laurie

(25) (Video) The ancient sculptures seen here are housed controversially at this museum


(-$1600) - Scott

(10) It's the only No. 1 hit on which Eric Burdon sang lead


$1600 - Michele

(20) Get one of this bird's eggs & you've got nothing, a big zero


$2000 - Laurie

(5) The statue of the jungle girl Rima in Hyde Park is based on a character in this W.H. Hudson book


(-$1000) - Laurie

(27) The name of this large beam that supports the joists literally means "something that encircles"

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$2000 - Scott

(16) Adlai Stevenson


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(26) (Video) It's the Italian city where you can see the masterpiece before you


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(11) This duo's only No. 1 hit, "A World Without Love", was written by Paul McCartney


$2000 - Laurie

(21) Early 20th century dancers performed this bird's "trot"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Laurie: $9,400
Michele: $7,600
Scott: $4,600


Final JEOPARDY!

THE BIBLE
It's the first city mentioned in the first of Paul's epistles to appear in the New Testament

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Scott: $4,600 - $0
Michele: $7,600 - $7,000
Laurie: $9,400 - $9,400


Final Scores
Scott: $4,600
Michele: $600
Laurie: $0

Laurie: $10,400 (13 right, includes 1 rebound; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Michele: $8,600 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 5 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Scott: $4,600 (12 right; 3 wrong)
Total: $23,600

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