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♪ this is "jeopardy!" let's meet today's contestants-- an attorney from los angeles, california... a high school teacher from ottawa, ontario, canada... and our returning champion, a professional sports gambler from las vegas, nevada... whose 24-day cash winnings total... and now, here is the host of "jeopardy!"--
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alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny. james, the odds of you succeeding, are much higher on "jeopardy!" than at the craps table, i'm sure. mary and liz, welcome aboard, ladies, and good luck. here we go into the jeopardy! round. ♪ to grandma's house we go. let's take a look at the categories... each correct response... we'll deal with a... and then... mary poppins did. james. jolly holiday, $1,000. named for a predator, a new year's day tradition in the northern hemisphere is this plunge. mary. - what is the polar bear plunge? - correct. starts with 2 vowels, $200.
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mary. - what is the aisle? - yes. starts with 2 vowels, $1,000. james. - what is aerate? - that's the word. fly a kite, $1,000. liz. - what is the saint lawrence? - no. mary or james? james. - what is the niagara? - yes, that's the river. mary poppins, $1,000. [ beep ] who are shern brothers? richard and robert. back to you, james. 20th century, $1,000. answer... [ applause ] - two dimes, please. - all right. - that's $2,000. - i know.
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[ laughter ] - what is libya? - that's the country. [ applause ] musical state symbols, $1,000. mary. - what is bluegrass? - no. liz. - what is honky-tonk? - no. [ beep ] what is western swing? back to james. musical, $800. james. - what is "swanee river"? - yes. 20th century, $800.
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james. - who is al capone? - correct. vowels, $800. james. - what is eureka? - eureka! yes. vowels, $600. mary. - what is outrage? - that's the word. uh, vowels, $400. liz. - what is an audible? - that's right. um, jolly holiday for $800. james. - what is purim? - yes. kite, $800. james. - what is bridle? - bridle, good. poppins, $800.
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james. - what is "saving mr. banks"? - that's right. and that takes you to $8,800. takes us into our fibrk. and thatback in a moment.800. [ applause ] ♪
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promotional consideration provided by... liz levin is the first player we introduced on the program today. she is an attorney from los angeles, and like our champion, you spent time teaching english abroad. he did it in thailand, you were in... i did it in madrid, in spain, uh, as-- are you fluent in spanish? i--i certainly was. now i watch "los simpsons" to keep up. uh, but i've lost quite a bit of it. good experience for you? uh, i mean, i recommend it to anyone. definitely. especially if you're 22. all right. mary peace is a high school teacher
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from ottawa, ontario, canada. which high school? uh, cairine wilson secondary school in orleans. ah, see, i don't remember that because i left ottawa many, many years ago. what subjects do you teach? uh, typically, french and canadian history. - oh. - i'm doing-- i'm in the resource room this semester. - oh. all right. - mm-hmm. good for you. james holzhauer, he's our champion. uh, he has admitted that he owes his high-culture education, the high-culture part of his education, to an aunt. - tell me about her. - yeah. she's really my godmother, but i call her my aunt cecilia. she's a dear old lady. and, you know, she would take me into the city when i was a kid and give me a taste of the, uh-- the high life, but, um, you know, she was still willing to take me to see "dumb and dumber" the same day we saw--saw the chicago symphony. so, got to experience the best of both worlds. that's the kind of aunt to have. - yeah. - all right. you're still in command of the board. so, go ahead. mary poppins, $600.
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james. - who is julie andrews? - yes. kite, $600. liz. - who are the wright brothers? - yeah. jolly holiday for $600. james. - what is carnival? - carnival. stock symbols, $600. james. - what is "yankee doodle"? - "yankee doodle," yeah. 20th century, $600. mary. - who is anastasia? - yes. uh, jolly holiday for $200.
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liz. - what is a maypole? - correct. jolly holiday for $400. james. - what is cinco de mayo? - you got it. fly a kite, $400. james. - who is ben franklin? - right. kite, $200. liz. - what is ash wednesday? - no. james. - what is good friday? - that's it. mary poppins, $400. mary. - what is an umbrella? - you got it. um, 20th century for $400.
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mary. what is the empire state building? yes. uh, 20th century, $200. liz. - what is nylon? - good. musical state symbols for $400. liz. - what is the ukulele? - right. um, mary poppins for $200. james. - who is emily blunt? - yes, she's the one. and now the last clue in musical state symbols... mary. - what is kentucky? - yes.
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you're at $2,400 in second place. liz, though, in third place gets to go first when we come back. [ applause ] ♪
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liz learned a hard lesson in that first round, didn't she? not a good idea to ring in unless your 100% sure of the correct response. hopefully, she'll like these categories... third spouse, yeah. complete the book title for us. and finally, we deal with... liz, start us. mythology for $2,000. answer... [ applause ] all right, you're at negative $400, but you can risk up to $2,000. uh, let's make it a true daily double with the $2,000 that's there.
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all right, that's not a true daily double, but... [ laughter ] i understand what you're attempting. here is the clue. what is a... come on. say something. uh... [ beep ] so, what is panacea? panacea. so you're at negative $2,400. a deeper hole, but there's plenty of time. go again. uh, geography for $2,000. james. - what is hells canyon? - you got it. geography, $1,600. james. - what is the oder? - oder, good. geography, $1,200. answer... [ applause ]
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- $11,914. - all right. - what is patagonia? - you got it. [ applause ] mythology, $1,600. mary. - what is a chimera? - yes. uh, complete the book title, $2,000. james. - who is oscar wilde? - right. mythology, $1,200. james. - who is echo? - echo, correct. mythology, $800. mary. - what is chaos? - yes. mythology, $400.
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james. - what is wind? - wind, right you are. book title, $1,600. [ beep ] the room is cabin 10. james. book title, $1,200. james. - what is black? - yeah. muscle memory, $2,000. james. what is the thumb? thumb is right. muscle, $1,600. here's sarah with the clue. a group of muscles that helps rotate the neck are each attached to several vertebrae resembling a triangle with three uneven sides gives the muscles this name, also used for that type of triangle in geometry. mary. - what is scalene? - good.
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uh, book title, $800. james. - who is winn dixie? - yes. muscle, $1,200. james. - what are contractions? - correct. muscle, $800. liz. - what is a quadricep? - yes. muscle for $400. liz. - what's the nose? - right. geography for $800. mary. - what is charlottetown? - yes. uh, their third spouse, $2,000.
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james. - who is bigelow? - kathryn bigelow. correct. spouse, $1,600. james. - who was carole lombard? - good. spouse, $1,200. james. - who is isabella rossellini? - correct. spouse, $800. james. - who is ted turner? - right. don't be afraid of the dark, $2,000. [ beep ] one of the seven original dead sea scrolls. back to you, james. dark, $1,600. james. - what is sun? - no.
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liz. - what is lamp? - no. [ beep ] what is candle? james, back-- dark, $1,200. james. - what is dreary? - that's it. dark, $800. james. - what is twilight? - yes. dark, $400. james. - what is shadow? - shadow, yes. geography, $400. james. - what is the middle east? - yeah. spouse, $400. james. - who is marc anthony? - correct. book, $400.
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liz. - who is dorian gray? - yep. you came up with the correct response, but unfortunately, you got yourself into trouble earlier on. you're at negative $2,400 which means you won't be around for final jeopardy! however, you will go home with $1,000. so it'll be mary and james-- james and mary, sounds like bible talk. [ laughter ] dealing with this subject in final jeopardy! 19th century american history. clue in a moment. [ applause ] o♪ ozempic®! ♪ oh! oh! (announcer) people with type 2 diabetes are excited about the potential of once-weekly ozempic®. in a study with ozempic®, a majority of adults lowered their blood sugar and reached an a1c of less than 7 and maintained it. oh! under 7? (announcer) and you may lose weight. in the same one-year study, adults lost on average up to 12 pounds. oh! up to 12 pounds? (announcer) a two-year study showed that ozempic® does not increase the risk of major cardiovascular events like heart attack, stroke, or death. oh! no increased risk?
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two players only left to compete in final jeopardy! dealing with 19th century american history. here's the clue.
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30 seconds. good luck. ♪ mary peace from ottawa, ontario, canada at a bit of a disadvantage here because you're dealing with american history. let's see what you wrote down, though, as your response. you wrote down, what is virginia? - that's the correct response. - ooh! way to go. gotta feel good about yourself. what did you risk? nothing. so i guess you're gonna finish in second place today
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because james could not be caught. glad those canadian schools are doing their job. yeah. all right. good. [ laughter ] and your response... american sch are doing their job too. you came up with the correct response. and your wager... $28,571. bumping you up to $71,885. giving you now a total of... if he wins tomorrow, will he hit the $2 million mark? you gotta tune in to find out, don't you? see you then. ♪
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