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JEOPARDY! Game - December 23, 2003

Contestants

Bernadette Price, Marketing manager from Mahopac, NY
Andy Thomas, U.S.A.F. Nurse originally from Huntsville, AL
Erika Rogers, Bartender from Indianapolis, IN (Returning 3-day champ with $40,599)

JEOPARDY! Round - December 23, 2003

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

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
CASINO ROYALE
DYE ANOTHER DAY
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
THE "WORLD" IS NOT ENOUGH
OTHER ROLES OF BIG SCREEN BONDS
$200 - Andy

(11) The title character of this novel has a mistress named Lara, the wife of a revolutionary


$200 - Erika

(26) During the reign of Prince Charles III, this small European country built its first successful casino in 1863


$200 - Andy

(20) The cochineal insect provided this color dye for the uniforms of British troops & Canadian Mounties


$200 - Andy

(6) The MI in counterespionage service MI5 stands for this


$200 - Bernadette

(15) Millions of people attended these events hosted by Chicago in 1933 & New York City in 1939


$200 - Andy

(1) You're the man now, dog, if you know he's also played the father of Indiana Jones


$400 - Bernadette

(12) Once a prisoner of the French & of a bad marriage, Pierre Bezuhov finds love with Natasha Rostova in this novel


$400 - Erika

(30) The first legal casino in the U.S. outside of Nevada opened in this east coast city in 1978


(-$400) - Bernadette

$400 - Erika

(21) Ikat was a version of this art used in Asia hundreds of years before the first Grateful Dead concert


$400 - Bernadette

(7) One-word term for a spy's guise; in Bonn in 1960, John Le Carre's was Diplomatic Secretary


$400 - Erika

(16) It's the seasonal favorite heard here


$400 - Andy

(2) His commitment to play TV's Remington Steele cost him the James Bond job for several years


$600 - Bernadette

(13) This novel ends with Raskolnikov realizing he will have years of happiness with Sonia after his term in Siberia


$600 - Erika

(29) Mummy & daddy might enjoy the casino hotels in this city, including the Ramses Hilton & the Nile Hilton


$600 - Erika

(22) The ancient dye Tyrian purple was made from marine snails mainly of this sea


$600 - Andy

(8) Operation Bodyguard tried to sell the Nazis on an invasion in Gibraltar, Norway ... anywhere but here


$600 - Bernadette

(17) Jim McKay was the longtime host of this TV show full of agony & defeat


$600 - Triple Stumper

(3) Before he was Bond 007 times, he played Beau Maverick, the cousin of James Garner's Bret Maverick


$800 - Erika

(14) In a Chekhov play, Sonya loves Astrov, while Astrov & this title relative are in love with Elena


$800 - Andy

(28) A casino opened in Windsor in 1994 after this Canadian province legalized gambling


$800 - Erika

(23) (Video) It's the dye in the name of the species of bunting seen here


$800 - Erika

(9) The 1971 defection of a member of this organization led to the expulsion of 90 Soviet diplomats from London


$800 - Bernadette

(18) This international judicial body is headquartered in The Hague


(-$800) - Andy

$800 - Erika

(4) A more chaste James Bond, his film debut came in 1968's "The Lion in Winter"


$1000 - Bernadette

(25) Khlestakov wants to marry the mayor's daughter in "The Inspector General", a play by this "Dead Souls" author


$1000 - Andy

(27) Merv Griffin once owned a resort & casino on Paradise Island in this island group off Florida


$1000 - Andy

(24) Term for a dye that holds its hue in fabric, or what you tell a pre-schooler when art time's almost over


$1000 - Andy

(10) A WWII counter-intelligence group was called this number Committee, after the Roman numeral signifying a double cross


$1000 - Bernadette

(19) In 1948
2 weeklies merged to form this news magazine

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Andy

(5) This one-shot Bond also appeared in "The Kentucky Fried Movie" & "The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E."


Scores at the first commercial break:
Andy: $2,800
Erika: $2,400
Bernadette: $1,600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Andy: $5,800
Erika: $5,800
Bernadette: $4,600


Double JEOPARDY! Round - December 23, 2003

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BOOKS ABOUT SCIENCE
UNUSUAL LYRICS
U.S. NEIGHBORHOODS
BIBLICAL WOMEN
AMERICAN REGIONAL CUISINE
FRENCH FRY YOUR BRAIN
$400 - Erika

(25) Alan Lightman meditated on the nature of time in this physicist's "dreams"


$400 - Erika

(8) Led Zeppelin: "If there's a bustle in your hedgerow, don't be alarmed now"


$400 - Bernadette

(13) One of these structures, built by the Spanish in 1782, still stands in the San Francisco district of the same name


$400 - Andy

(1) The line "If I be shaved, then my strength will go from me" was said to her


$400 - Bernadette

(6) Carolina barbecue is traditionally made with a vinegar-based sauce & this meat


$400 - Bernadette

(21) This given name, not Elvis, is simply French for "the king"


$800 - Bernadette

(28) Watson & Crick found that DNA has this structure, the title of Watson's 1968 book


$800 - Bernadette

(9) Queen: "Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the fandango?"


$800 - Andy

(14) (Video) The gate seen here marks the entrance to this town in Boston


$800 - Andy

(2) Elijah didn't like the Baal game this wicked wife of King Ahab was playing


$800 - Erika

(7) The starch in this traditional ingredient helps give New England clam chowder its body


$800 - Bernadette

(22) It's the French term for the fun time in the lodge after a hard day on the slopes


(-$1200) - Andy

(29) This field with integral & differential parts is "Made Easy" in a 1910 book recently revised by Martin Gardner


$1200 - Erika

(18) The Doors: "There's a killer on the road, his brain is squirmin' like a toad"


(-$1200) - Bernadette

$1200 - Andy

(15) George & Barbara Bush are among residents of this city's West Oaks area


$1200 - Bernadette

(3) In Numbers 12 she takes her brother Moses down a few pegs


$1200 - Andy

(10) The sopapilla, a fritter served with honey, is believed to have originated in this largest New Mexico city


$2000 - Bernadette

(23) What French theatergoers call l'entracte, we call this

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1500 - Bernadette

(30) 5-letter title of James Gleick's book on the science of seemingly random patterns

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1500


$1600 - Erika

(19) Pink Floyd: "New car, caviar, four star daydream, think I'll buy me a football team"


$1600 - Bernadette

(16) This Ohio city's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, named by German immigrants, was the scene of rioting in 2001


$1600 - Andy

(4) This wife of Abraham sent his mistress Hagar & her son Ishmael out into the wilderness


$1600 - Andy

(11) Some Southerners call pecan pie this pie, after the best-known brand of corn syrup


$1600 - Andy

(24) From the French for "to stitch (a book)", it's a promotional pamphlet


$2000 - Bernadette

(27) "Uncle Tungsten: Memories of a Chemical Boyhood" is by this author of "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat"


$2000 - Erika

(20) Barry Sadler: "Fearless men who jump and die"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(17) 3-word term for the part of Manhattan bounded by 59th St. to the south & Central Park to the east


(-$2000) - Andy

(-$2000) - Bernadette

(5) These 2 women married Jacob about a week apart & both tried to give him a lot of sons


(-$200) - Erika

$2000 - Andy

(12) Natchitoches in this state is famous for meat pies


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(26) We've adopted this French phrase for "as a whole"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Andy: $13,800
Bernadette: $13,300
Erika: $10,200


Final JEOPARDY!

THE SUPREME COURT
Of the 9 current members, the one who had the greatest amount of time elapse between nomination & oath

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Erika: $10,200 + $0
Bernadette: $13,300 + $13,000
Andy: $13,800 + $13,300


Final Scores
Andy: $27,100
Bernadette: $26,300
Erika: $10,200

Andy: $13,800 (20 right, including 2 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Bernadette: $12,600 (19 right, including 3 DDS; 3 wrong)
Erika: $10,200 (16 right, including 2 rebounds; 1 wrong)
Total: $36,600

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