Suggest correction - #6860 - 2014-06-13

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Not just the art of speaking, it can also be a place of prayer, like the one seen here

Show #6860 - Friday, June 13, 2014

Mike Janela of Guinness World Records presents Alex Trebek with a framed certificate recognizing his hosting record: "The most gameshow episodes hosted by the same presenter (same program) is 6,829 by Alex Trebek on 'Jeopardy!' in Culver City, California, USA as of 17 April 2014".


Whitney Marshall, a software engineer from Overland Park, Kansas

Shelby O'Neill, a freelance writer and editor from Austin, Texas

Katie Frank, a graduate student in communications studies from Poway, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $30,200)

Jeopardy! Round

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Henry IV of Castile wanted her to marry the king of Portugal, but she wed Ferdinand in 1469
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You don't need to be a wizard to know oz. is short for this measure
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This '70s miniseries scored a monster 71% of viewers for its finale & boosted interest in genealogy
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The Filet-O-Fish is one of its offerings
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This Tolstoy tome centers on the 1812 invasion of Russia & the ensuing Russian resistance