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JEOPARDY! Game - December 10, 2003

Contestants

Cathryn Colby, Office administrator from Batavia, NY
Neal Racioppo, Marketing manager from Washington, DC
Patrick Fernan, Government manager from Madison, WI (Returning 2-day champ with $32,199)

JEOPARDY! Round - December 10, 2003

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

PLAY RIGHT
CHURCHILL SPEAKS!
A LITTLE BIT OF COUNTRY
INVERTEBRATES
U.S. TRAVEL & TOURISM
"F" TROOP
$200 - Neal

(1) You've got 3 options in this classic playground hand game that's also known as Roshambo


$200 - Patrick

(6) In 1941 Churchill called him "a monster of wickedness, insatiable in his lust for blood"


$200 - Neal

(9) In the title of a 1993 George Strait hit it follows "Easy come ..."


$200 - Patrick

(26) It completes the expression "Happy as a" this "at high tide"


$200 - Patrick

(14) In the Tall Trees Grove in this state you can view some of the world's tallest redwoods


(-$200) - Cathryn

(-$200) - Patrick

(8) This Saudi king was killed by his own nephew in 1975


$400 - Patrick

(2) You don't have to be Hulk Hogan or The Undertaker to play this hand game that uses your thumbs


$400 - Patrick

(7) On February 9, 1941 Churchill said he would tell this leader, "Give us the tools, and we will finish the job"


(-$400) - Patrick

$400 - Cathryn

(23) Between 1989 & 1995 he had 14 No. 1 country singles, including "Shameless" & "The Thunder Rolls"


$400 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$400 - Patrick

(20) The Julius Sturgis House in Penn.'s Lancaster county cooks up these twisted treats on the site of the first U.S. factory


$400 - Neal

(10) In 1997 this TV angel posed nude for Playboy at age 50


$600 - Cathryn

(3) In this toy game, the goal is to knock away blocks of plastic ice without letting the plastic man fall


$600 - Patrick

(16) Group about which Churchill said, "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"


$600 - Cathryn

(22) On the cover of his "Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye" album, he's kissing Amy Grant


$600 - Cathryn

(28) In Italy it was once believed the bite of this large spider could cause an uncontrollable urge to dance


(-$600) - Patrick

(-$600) - Neal

(21) Its visitor complex in Florida includes the Saturn V complex & a recreation of the first manned Apollo launch


$600 - Patrick

(11) In 1958 choreographer Frederick Ashton created his ballet "Ondine" for this great British ballerina


$800 - Patrick

(4) The feline name of this game using string may come from an alteration of the French words for Jesus' manger


$800 - Patrick

(15) "From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic" this "has descended across the continent"


$800 - Patrick

(24) He won a 1968 Grammy for the liner notes he wrote for his "At Folsom Prison" album


(-$800) - Patrick

$800 - Cathryn

(27) (Video) You're on the money if you know it's the invertebrate whose shell is seen here


$800 - Patrick

(18) Bathhouse Row, with 8 early 20th century spas, is in the heart of this Arkansas town


$800 - Neal

(12) (Video of Cheryl at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, PA) In 1851 in Paris, he invented the first terrestrial device to demonstrate the rotation of the Earth


$1000 - Neal

(5) (Video of Jimmy & Sofia playing a game) The block game Janga got its name from a word meaning "to build" in this African language


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(17) "If the British Empire & its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say" this


$1000 - Neal

(25) (Video) Hi, this is George Jones. My recent song "50,000 Names" speaks to the heartache of many Americans & refers to the names carved on this memorial


$1800 - Cathryn

(29) Lumbricus Terrestris is the scientific name for a common one of these

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1800


(-$1000) - Patrick

$1000 - Cathryn

(19) A festival on June 28-29, 2003 in Council Grove, Kansas honored this Old West trail


$1000 - Neal

(13) The Pope in 236 A.D., or the singing star of the 1959 film "Hound-Dog Man"


Scores at the first commercial break:
Neal: $3,600
Patrick: $3,200
Cathryn: $400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Cathryn: $5,600
Neal: $4,000
Patrick: $3,200


Double JEOPARDY! Round - December 10, 2003

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PLAYWRIGHT
GOTTA RUN
HISTORY HAPPENED HERE
COMMON BONDS
ART
ANIMAL VERBS
$400 - Patrick

(3) Dale Wasserman wrote the 1963 stage version of this Kesey novel about inmates in a mental institution


$400 - Patrick

(26) In 2002 the male & female winners of the Boston Marathon were from this country


$400 - Patrick

(22) His March, 44 B.C. assassination took place in a temporary Senate House on the Campus Martius


$400 - Neal

(17) Queen, knight, rook


$400 - Neal

(16) In addition to his portrait work, Rembrandt was also a master of this form that required acid


$400 - Patrick

(10) To selfishly take more than one's share, especially of the road


$800 - Patrick

(5) Before it went downriver as a 1929 film, it sailed on Broadway in 1927 as a Hammerstein & Kern musical


$800 - Cathryn

(27) "Cram" On Game Show Network puts contestants inside these, like hamsters


$800 - Patrick

(23) He tried to reopen his Washington, D.C. theater in July 1865, but was prevented from doing so


$800 - Patrick

(18) Imperial, Buckingham, Pitti


$2800 - Patrick

(15) Lady Bird Johnson probably wouldn't have approved of pop artist James Rosenquist's job from 1954 to 1960, painting these

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2800


$800 - Cathryn

(9) To live off the expenses of others, giving nothing in return


$1200 - Patrick

(4) His play "The Wild Duck" premiered in Bergen, Norway in 1885


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(28) In 1982 this Georgia running back whose name makes him sound slow won the Heisman Trophy


$1200 - Patrick

(6) On Aug. 6, 1945 this plane flew into history from tiny Tinian Island in the Pacific

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1200 - Cathryn

(19) Criticism, a scraped knee, a scorpion


$1200 - Neal

(13) To take an in-person peek at his "Garden of Earthly Delights" hop on over to the Prado in Madrid


$1200 - Neal

(8) To crash into with great force, as when battering down a door


$1600 - Patrick

(1) He won a 1920 Pulitzer Prize for the tragedy "Beyond the Horizon"


$1600 - Patrick

(29) Judd Hirsch & Christine Lahti fled the law with son River Phoenix in tow in this 1988 drama


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(24) Soon after Lee met Grant at Appomattox, Joe Johnston surrendered to this man at N.C.'s Bennett Place


$1600 - Cathryn

(20) Lindenwald, Montpelier, the Hermitage


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(12) Berthe Morisot took up plein-air painting on the say of this man, her brother-in-law & "Le Dejeuner Sur L'Herbe" painter


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(7) To deceive or trick


$2000 - Neal

(2) Composer Kurt Weill collaborated with this playwright to create "The Threepenny Opera"


$2000 - Cathryn

(30) For women at the Olympics, the 100-meter run comes in 2 styles, plain & with these


$2000 - Patrick

(25) On Feb. 10, 1962 this man & Soviet spy Rudolf Abel crossed the Glenicker Bridge in opposite directions


$2000 - Neal

(21) A picture, curtains, blood


$2000 - Patrick

(14) From the French for "wild beast", this art movement led by Matisse lasted only from 1905 to 1908


$2000 - Patrick

(11) To hum, buzz or speak in a monotonous tone


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Patrick: $21,600
Cathryn: $12,000
Neal: $11,200


Final JEOPARDY!

THE PLANETS
In 1978 astronomer James Christy named its moon in honor of his wife Charlene

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Neal: $11,200 - $8,001
Cathryn: $12,000 + $2,000
Patrick: $21,600 + $2,401


Final Scores
Patrick: $24,001 (3-day total of $56,200)
Cathryn: $14,000
Neal: $3,199

Patrick: $19,600 (27 right, includes 2 DDs; 5 wrong)
Cathryn: $11,200 (12 right, includes 1 DD & 2 rebounds; 1 wrong)
Neal: $11,200 (13 right; 1 wrong)
Total: $42,000

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