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    $600 3
It says that if this denies people their rights, the people have the right "to alter or abolish it"
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Show #4622 - Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Ken Jennings game 55.

(Jimmy: Howdy! Come along and sing some cowboy songs, next on Jeopardy! Come on, let's go!)

Contestants

Marcy Palino, a registered nurse from Shepherdstown, West Virginia

Matt Kleinmaier, a medical student from Chicago, Illinois

Ken Jennings, a software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah (54-day champion whose cash winnings total $1,843,100)

Jeopardy! Round

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
COWBOY SONGS
WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
DICKENS BOOKS BY CHARACTERS
TRICKY QUESTIONS
STOP PULLING MY CHENEY
    $200 1
The Declaration was adopted in this city
    $200 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew sits upon a white mare on a dude ranch in Montana.) A seldom heard later verse of this song goes:
"Oh I love those wild flowers in this dear land of ours"
    $200 18
Some say this tool with an adjustable jaw was invented by a Massachusetts mechanic named Monk
    $200 12
Jacob Marley &
Tiny Tim
    $200 17
Total number of each animal that Moses took on the Ark with him during the great flood
    $200 7
In 1975 Dick Cheney became this president's Chief of Staff
    $400 2
The Declaration does not mention this supreme legislative body of Great Britain by name
    $400 27
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew belts out a tune from atop a horse on a dude ranch in Montana.) Dale Evans wrote the lyrics to this song that says:
"Until we meet again"
    $400 19
Santa Claus might know that this word comes from the Scandinavian for "creature" & the Old English for "beast"
    $400 13
Dr. Manette &
Madame Defarge
    $400 23
The number of times you can subtract 5 from 55
    $400 8
From 1995 to 2000 Cheney was CEO of this energy services firm
    $600 3
It says that if this denies people their rights, the people have the right "to alter or abolish it"
    $600 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew belts out a tune from atop a horse on a dude ranch in Montana.) It’s where Gene Autry was in the title of his theme song:
"Out where a friend is a friend"
    $600 20
This ovoid term for an intellectual was often used of 1952 presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson
    $600 14
Estella &
Miss Havisham
    $600 24
An insomniac dyslexic agnostic lays awake all night wondering if there really is one of these
    $600 9
Dick Cheney was born in this city that's home to the University of Nebraska
    $800 4
This British Lord’s 1993 novel "Honor Among Thieves" concerns a plot to steal the Declaration
    $800 29
(Sofia of the Clue Crew sits upon a brown horse on a dude ranch in Montana.) A dying cowboy made this request:
"These words came low and mournfully"
    $800 21
An early recorded mention of the phrase "busy as a bee" appeared in this 1387 Chaucer work
    $800 15
Betsey Trotwood
& Mr. Murdstone
    $800 25
The 2 U.S. coins that add up to 30 cents when one of them is not a quarter
    $800 10
In the first President Bush's cabinet, Cheney was Secretary of this
    $1000 5
After all the states ratified it, Congress added this 9-letter word to the title
    $1000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew sits in the saddle of a brown horse on a dude ranch in Montana.) In this song, a cowpuncher in a hurry sings:
"It’s your misfortune and none of my own"
    DD: $2,800 22
Once eaten only on Church holy days, this fish's name is from English & Dutch words for "holy flatfish"
    $1000 16
Quilp,
Kit Nubbles &
Little Nell
    $1000 26
Total number of balls used in the pool table game called 8-ball
    $1000 11
Dick Cheney served 6 terms as this state's sole representative in the House of Representatives

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ken Matt Marcy
$5,400 $0 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Matt Marcy
$6,000 -$200 $1,800
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