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JEOPARDY! Game - December 8, 2003

Contestants

Patrick Fernan, Government manager from Madison, WI
Mindy Steinberg, Public affairs program assistant from Philadelphia, PA
Renie Sotiropoulos, High school teacher from Crownsville, MD (Returning 1-day champ with $12,400)

JEOPARDY! Round - December 8, 2003

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

EAST ON THE MAP
SPORTS
BODY OF EVIDENCE
A BRITISH MONOPOLY SET
THE CABINET
PREFIXES YOU CAN COUNT ON
(-$200) - Mindy

$200 - Patrick

(1) This waterway separates Manhattan from Long Island


$200 - Mindy

(2) This city's Nuggets have never won an NBA title since joining the league in 1976


$200 - Mindy

(3) The body's central nervous system is made up of the brain & this "cord"


$200 - Patrick

(24) Pass Go & you collect this salary


$200 - Mindy

(21) He had the last people in Washington's Cabinet stay on a while as his cabinet


$200 - Patrick

(12) (Video) Hey, way to go.


$400 - Renie

(8) Cheech Marin played a movie character born in this title area


$400 - Patrick

(10) (Video) I'm Kurt Warner. In 2000 I set a Super Bowl record by passing for 414 yards against this team once known as the Oilers


$400 - Renie

(4) Also a type of small mammal, it's a raised area of brown pigment in the skin


$400 - Renie

(27) The "stations" on the British board are equivalent to these on the American board


(-$500) - Mindy

(22) It was the last war we fought while we had separate Secretaries of the Navy & War

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $500


$400 - Renie

(17) (Video) It certainly has the right to bear arms ... or is it legs?


$600 - Patrick

(9) Walter Ulbricht had his fingers in this country's strudel for over 20 years


(-$600) - Renie

$600 - Mindy

(11) Marvis, son of this heavyweight boxing champ known as "Smokin' Joe", fought for the title in 1983


(-$600) - Mindy

$600 - Renie

(5) It's the name for the tough band of fibrous connective tissue that unites a muscle to a bone


$600 - Mindy

(28) Between a Chance space & Trafalgar Square you'll find this street, home to a demon barber


(-$600) - Mindy

(23) This President, a former Navy man, appointed the first Secretary of Veterans' Affairs


$600 - Patrick

(18) (Video) We got the point ... and hope you do


$800 - Renie

(15) This city with a 2-word name grew around Michigan State University


$800 - Patrick

(13) This Pittsburgh Penguins owner & player captained Canada's ice hockey team to the Olympic gold medal in 2002


$800 - Mindy

(6) This important internal organ is enclosed in a sac called the pericardium


(-$800) - Renie

$800 - Patrick

(29) You won't find a circus on Marvin Gardens, but there's a famous one on this equivalent square in England


$800 - Triple Stumper

(25) The last Cabinet official to sit before a Senate Court of this was William Belknap, Grant's Secretary of War


$800 - Mindy

(19) (Video) It certainly gets a leg up on the competition


(-$1000) - Patrick

$1000 - Mindy

(16) As a geopolitical term it was coined in 1902 by U.S. Naval Officer Alfred Mahan to describe an Asian-African area


(-$1000) - Renie

$1000 - Patrick

(14) Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000, this catcher hit a dramatic homer in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series


$1000 - Renie

(7) The outermost muscles of this body part are scientifically known as the gluteus maximus


(-$1000) - Mindy

(-$1000) - Renie

$1000 - Patrick

(30) After passing Go, the first property on the British board is Old Kent Road; on the American board, it's this


(-$1000) - Patrick

(26) Under Teddy Roosevelt, George Cortelyou was the first Secretary of this "& Labor"


$1000 - Renie

(20) (Video) The example of one of these, seen here, is hobbit-forming


Scores at the first commercial break:
Patrick: $3,200
Renie: $1,600
Mindy: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Patrick: $3,800
Renie: $1,600
Mindy: $1,500


Double JEOPARDY! Round - December 8, 2003

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CLASSICAL CLASSICS
KING ARTHUR
THE TOTEM POLE VAULT
SHORT HOLLYWOOD MARRIAGES
BE BITTER
ABOUT "IT"
$400 - Mindy

(23) His odd-numbered symphonies tend to be weighty; the evens, like 1814's Eighth, more jolly


$400 - Mindy

(26) A romance developed between Sir Lancelot & this wife of King Arthur


$400 - Renie

(13) (Video of Jimmy at the Sitka Cultural Center) The paints used to color totem poles are made by mixing natural pigment with the eggs of this fish, like the sockeye


(-$400) - Patrick

(1) Michelle Phillips' marriage to this star of "Easy Rider" cruised to all of 8 days in 1970


$400 - Renie

(6) In a popular tongue twister, it's what Betty bought that was bitter


$400 - Renie

(11) Roger Ebert is a movie one


$800 - Triple Stumper

(22) Jeremiah Clarke is best remembered for his "voluntary" for this brass instrument


$800 - Patrick

(27) He occupied the Siege Perilous, the seat at the Round Table reserved for the most pure knight


(-$800) - Renie

$800 - Patrick

(14) "Crest" totem poles give the ancestry of a particular one of these subdivisions of a clan


$800 - Patrick

(2) Life was no longer a cabaret in 2003 for David Gest & this singer who separated after 16 months of marriage


(-$800) - Mindy

$800 - Patrick

(7) An Army doctor stationed at this village in Venezuela invented a type of bitters now found in bars worldwide


$800 - Patrick

(12) One of these saw the crime & can give a firsthand account


(-$200) - Patrick

(21) In 1749 audiences craned their necks to Handel's "Music for" these

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $200


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(28) Some stories suggest that King Arthur didn't die at the hand of Mordred but fled to this island to heal his wounds


$1200 - Mindy

(15) (Video of Sarah at the Sitka Cultural Center) The straight beak indicates it'll be this common symbolic creature, also associated with a classic 1845 poem


$1200 - Patrick

(3) She lasted 30 days with Jeremy Thomas & 5 months, 4 days with Tom Green


$800 - Patrick

(8) The Clue Crew demo of prussic acid ended before it began when they smelled this distinct odor

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $800


$1200 - Renie

(16) In "Spy Kids 2" Carmen covers a cuss opportunity by referring to these mushrooms


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Mendelssohn wrote overtures to Victor Hugo's play "Ruy Blas" &, more famously, to this Shakespeare comedy


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - Patrick

(19) Totem poles are traditionally carved in the red type of this wood, also used in chests, because of its durability


$1600 - Mindy

(4) After only 32 days of marriage in 1964, there was no business like divorce business for Ernest Borgnine & her


$1600 - Renie

(9) This phrase used since the 1500s refers to something unpleasant to accept


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(17) Neil Diamond made the Top 100 twice singing about this "man"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(25) He composed the following aria not long before his death in 1924


$2000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(20) (Video of Sarah in Alaska) The Katlian totem pole pays tribute to the bravery of quixotic Tlingit Indian against this invading Slavic group


$2000 - Mindy

(5) In 1993 she wed Ashley Hamilton after only knowing him 2 weeks, then divorced him 5 months later


$2000 - Renie

(10) The last clue in the category, it's something to "hold out to"


$2000 - Patrick

(18) At the hotel, conference goers can enjoy a drink, a bit of food & maybe a bit of schmoozing in this "suite"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Patrick: $12,800
Renie: $6,800
Mindy: $6,300


Final JEOPARDY!

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
The last major party Presidential candidate to lose twice to the same individual

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Mindy: $6,300 - $6,001
Renie: $6,800 - $6,799
Patrick: $12,800 - $801


Final Scores
Patrick: $11,999
Mindy: $299
Renie: $1

Patrick: $13,400 (19 right, includes 1 DD & 6 rebounds; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Renie: $6,800 (14 right, includes 1 rebound; 5 wrong)
Mindy: $6,800 (13 right, includes 2 rebounds; 6 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $27,000

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