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{
"description": "A sampling of 1000 Jeopardy questions and metadata. For the full dataset, see http://www.reddit.com/r/datasets/comments/1uyd0t/200000_jeopardy_questions_in_a_json_file/",
"questions": [
{
"category": "DIPLOMACY",
"air_date": "2000-10-13",
"question": "'Term for a formal agreement; it's also a Honda'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Accord",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3705"
},
{
"category": "SEAS",
"air_date": "1998-11-03",
"question": "'Bab El Mandeb, Arabic for \"Gate of Tears\", connects the Gulf of Aden with this colorful sea'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Red Sea",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3257"
},
{
"category": "ZOOLOGY",
"air_date": "2000-06-06",
"question": "'This pet bird comes in 2 main types, depending on its singing: choppers & rollers'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Canaries",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3642"
},
{
"category": "ARGENTINA",
"air_date": "2002-12-17",
"question": "'Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city, lies on this island territory of Argentina'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Tierra del Fuego",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4212"
},
{
"category": "FASHION DESIGNERS",
"air_date": "1992-10-26",
"question": "'She was 86 when the Broadway musical about her premiered in 1969'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Coco Chanel",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1871"
},
{
"category": "THEY USED TO BE IN CHARGE",
"air_date": "1999-09-16",
"question": "'Benjamin Netanyahu'",
"value": "$100",
"answer": "Israel",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3454"
},
{
"category": "SAMS OF THE CINEMA",
"air_date": "2006-05-18",
"question": "'The last works he directed weren't Westerns but music videos starring Julian Lennon'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "Sam Peckinpah",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5004"
},
{
"category": "FOOD",
"air_date": "2007-12-07",
"question": "'Poblano is one type of this dark Mexican sauce made with chiles & chocolate'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "mole",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5350"
},
{
"category": "THE BIRDS & THE BEES",
"air_date": "2007-02-15",
"question": "'It's a small, chunky brown bird with a short bill & a silent initial W'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "wren",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5169"
},
{
"category": "TUNNEL",
"air_date": "2007-04-16",
"question": "'The 11 1/2-mile tunnel between Bologna & Florence, Italy bears the name of this Italian mountain chain'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "the Apennines",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5211"
},
{
"category": "MOVIE STARS OLD & NEW",
"air_date": "2004-07-15",
"question": "'There was occasional talk of a comeback during <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-07-15_DJ_05.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">her</a> 49-year retirement from the screen'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "Greta Garbo",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4589"
},
{
"category": "\"HAL\"",
"air_date": "2009-12-28",
"question": "'Hebrew for \"praise God\", it's a shout of praise to God'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "hallelujah",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5821"
},
{
"category": "YOU LOOK LIKE A GREEK GOD",
"air_date": "2007-06-13",
"question": "'His realm had 5 rivers: the Acheron, Cocytos, Lethe, Phlegethon & Styx'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Hades",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5253"
},
{
"category": "BALLET",
"air_date": "1989-09-12",
"question": "'\"Rond de jambe\" means a rotary movement of this body part, on the floor or in the air'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "the leg",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1152"
},
{
"category": "WHAT'S ON \"TAP\"?",
"air_date": "2011-12-02",
"question": "'To place close together for comparison or contrast'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "to juxtapose",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6260"
},
{
"category": "ONE-NAMED PERSONALITIES",
"air_date": "2009-09-22",
"question": "'In 2002 this singer & other activists founded DATA, which stands for Debt, AIDS, Trade, Africa'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Bono",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5752"
},
{
"category": "FILING CHAPTER 11",
"air_date": "2004-04-21",
"question": "'Chapter 11 of this book begins, \"At the appointed time I returned to Miss Havisham's\"'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Great Expectations",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4528"
},
{
"category": "OUT WEST",
"air_date": "2011-02-28",
"question": "'From his time as a hunter of them in the Old West, it was the animal in the nickname of William F. Cody'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "a buffalo",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6096"
},
{
"category": "TRANSPORTATION",
"air_date": "2007-05-30",
"question": "'Since 1899 these stalwart animals used in transport have served as the mascots of the Army Corps of Cadets'",
"value": "$1,000",
"answer": "mules",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5243"
},
{
"category": "BRITISH BANDS",
"air_date": "2009-04-03",
"question": "'The genesis of Genesis included this man singing lead; he left for the \"big time\" as a solo artist'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Peter Gabriel",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5665"
},
{
"category": "A FUNGUS AMONG US",
"air_date": "2010-03-29",
"question": "'Traditionally, dogs or pigs are used to detect these pricey fungi that come in black & white varieties'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "truffles",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5886"
},
{
"category": "A PASSION FOR FASHION",
"air_date": "2000-11-09",
"question": "'He's the clothing designer who gave us Tommy Girl cologne'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Tommy Hilfiger",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3724"
},
{
"category": "TELEVISION",
"air_date": "1990-05-16",
"question": "'30 years ago she was Mary Stone on \"The Donna Reed Show\"; today she's Christine on \"Coach\"'",
"value": "$500",
"answer": "Shelley Fabares",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1328"
},
{
"category": "BATMAN TV VILLAINS",
"air_date": "2009-07-23",
"question": "'Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt & Lee Meriwether as this purr-fect villain (not all at the same time)'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Catwoman",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5744"
},
{
"category": "STATE OF PLAY",
"air_date": "2010-03-02",
"question": "'Broncos,<br />Nuggets,<br />Rockies'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Colorado",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5867"
},
{
"category": "ESTIMATED PROPHET",
"air_date": "2006-09-28",
"question": "'This visionary Lebanese-American poet penned \"The Garden of the Prophet\"'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "Kahlil Gibran",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5069"
},
{
"category": "YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK",
"air_date": "2004-10-19",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2004-10-19_J_30.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from Yellowstone National Park.</a>) This backbone of North America separating east- from west-flowing rivers cuts through the plateau of Yellowstone Park'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "the continental divide",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4627"
},
{
"category": "GAMES",
"air_date": "1996-04-09",
"question": "'In this game a person whose eyes are covered must determine a person's identity by feeling the face'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Blind Man\\'s Bluff",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2682"
},
{
"category": "IN PARIS",
"air_date": "1999-04-14",
"question": "'A Parisian must-see on anyone's list, this museum is the home of the Mona Lisa'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "The Louvre",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3373"
},
{
"category": "POLITICAL IDIOMS",
"air_date": "2006-07-25",
"question": "'Used to describe a response made without thinking, its physical counterpart can take 1/20 second'",
"value": null,
"answer": "knee-jerk",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5052"
},
{
"category": "\"G.G.\"",
"air_date": "2005-06-28",
"question": "'Longtime Chicago Bear Harold \"Red\" Grange was also known by this \"spectral\" nickname'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "the Galloping Ghost",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4807"
},
{
"category": "ARTISTS ON FILM",
"air_date": "2000-02-28",
"question": "'Anthony Quinn in \"Lust for Life\"'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Paul Gauguin",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3571"
},
{
"category": "I AM CURIOUS YELLOW",
"air_date": "2002-03-12",
"question": "'Only incorporated as a city in 1970, Yellowknife is the capital of this vast Canadian administrative region'",
"value": "$1200",
"answer": "the Northwest Territories",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4042"
},
{
"category": "FAMOUS SPEECHES",
"air_date": "1992-05-28",
"question": "'In 1859 he told a Va. courtroom, \"I never did intend murder, or...to excite or incite slaves to rebellion\"'",
"value": "$1,000",
"answer": "John Brown",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1799"
},
{
"category": "YOUNG ACTORS",
"air_date": "2007-10-10",
"question": "'<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2007-10-10_DJ_06.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">She</a> appeared in \"Santa Clause 3\" with brother Spencer before being nominated for an Oscar at age 10 in 2007'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "Abigail Breslin",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5308"
},
{
"category": "HAIL, HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL",
"air_date": "2000-05-10",
"question": "'This Stevie Wonder hit is subtitled \"Everything's Alright\"'",
"value": "$500",
"answer": "\"Uptight\"",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3623"
},
{
"category": "THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING",
"air_date": "2008-05-14",
"question": "'The only son of Nicholas II, Alexis was the last male heir born to this royal family while it ruled Russia'",
"value": "$1,000",
"answer": "the Romanovs",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5463"
},
{
"category": "HALLS OF FAME",
"air_date": "2003-03-10",
"question": "'It opened in Cooperstown, New York in 1939'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Baseball Hall of Fame",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4271"
},
{
"category": "RIVER DEEP, MOUNTAIN HIGH",
"air_date": "2004-12-08",
"question": "'The names of this highest mountain in Western Europe & this highest mountain in the Pacific both mean \"White Mountain\"'",
"value": "$1200",
"answer": "Mont Blanc and Mauna Kea",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4663"
},
{
"category": "FRIENDS",
"air_date": "2005-07-14",
"question": "'Born in 1963, this former member of the Groundlings is the oldest of the 6 \"Friends\"'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Lisa Kudrow",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4819"
},
{
"category": "WARS",
"air_date": "1984-11-29",
"question": "'The material cost of this war was greater than all other wars put together'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "World War II",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "59"
},
{
"category": "GENESIS QUOTE FILL-IN",
"air_date": "2011-02-03",
"question": "'\"There were ____ in the earth in those days\"'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "giants",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6079"
},
{
"category": "LEAVE 'EM LAUGHING",
"air_date": "2007-09-12",
"question": "'This term for an object of ridicule sounds like shares bought in a comedy club'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "laughing stock",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5288"
},
{
"category": "GOOD PROVERBS",
"air_date": "1999-06-11",
"question": "'\"All good things must\" do this'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Come to an end",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3415"
},
{
"category": "U.S. STATES",
"air_date": "1990-02-02",
"question": "'3 of the top 10 U.S. cities in population are in this state'",
"value": "$500",
"answer": "Texas (Dallas, Houston, San Antonio)",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1255"
},
{
"category": "MI CASA ES SU CASA",
"air_date": "2004-01-19",
"question": "'From 1939 until his death in 1975 (yes, he's still dead) he lived in the palace of El Pardo just NW of Madrid'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Francisco Franco",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4461"
},
{
"category": "RULING WORDS",
"air_date": "1987-12-10",
"question": "'A gynocracy is government by women; this, from Greek for \"man\", is government by men'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "an androcracy",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "759"
},
{
"category": "COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES",
"air_date": "1998-03-18",
"question": "'Located in Pyongyang, North Korea's oldest university is named for this late Communist leader'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "Kim Il-sung",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3128"
},
{
"category": "WATERFALLS",
"air_date": "1998-10-14",
"question": "'Sherlock Holmes & Dr. Moriarty went over these Swiss falls; only Holmes survived'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Reichenbach Falls",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3243"
},
{
"category": "ECONOMICS",
"air_date": "2007-10-31",
"question": "'In 2005 Americans didn't put money away but spent all they earned & more, for the 1st negative rate of this since 1933'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "savings",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5323"
},
{
"category": "BODY LANGUAGE",
"air_date": "2011-01-12",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2011-01-12_J_10.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands in front of a diagram of a human skeleton</a>) To attack where someone is most vulnerable is to go for one of these large veins <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2011-01-12_J_10a.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">here</a> or <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2011-01-12_J_10b.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">here</a>'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "go for the jugular",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6063"
},
{
"category": "GEEK SQUAD",
"air_date": "2008-06-11",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2008-06-11_J_30.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">A Geek indicates a computer port.</a>) Today it's easy connecting devices by using USB; older computers use 2 types of ports, parallel & this one'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "serial",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5483"
},
{
"category": "MEDICAL ABBREV.",
"air_date": "2003-03-31",
"question": "'A test used to diagnose diabetes:<br />FBS<br />(please, no eating or drinking after midnight)'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "fasting blood sugar",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4286"
},
{
"category": "THE 17th CENTURY",
"air_date": "1998-10-22",
"question": "'The 1648 Peace of Westphalia ended a war that began on May 23 of this year'",
"value": null,
"answer": "1618 (when The Thirty Years\\' War began)",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3249"
},
{
"category": "LITERARY TRIVIA",
"air_date": "1993-04-01",
"question": "'Dew-of-june, an Indian heroine, appears in his novel \"The Pathfinder\"'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "James Fenimore Cooper",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1984"
},
{
"category": "MOVIE CRITTERS",
"air_date": "2006-06-28",
"question": "'1972:<br />\"Sounder\"'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "a dog",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5033"
},
{
"category": "BILL PULLMAN FILMS",
"air_date": "1997-10-13",
"question": "'Though he lost Meg Ryan in \"Sleepless In Seattle\", he won Sandra Bullock's heart in this film'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "While You Were Sleeping",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3016"
},
{
"category": "FAMOUS NAMES",
"air_date": "1999-09-28",
"question": "'In April 1999 Paul Simon took center field for the dedication of a monument to this man'",
"value": null,
"answer": "Joe DiMaggio",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3462"
},
{
"category": "CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS",
"air_date": "1997-06-30",
"question": "'This Dane could tickle the ivories for Robert Loggia January 3, their mutual birthday'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "Victor Borge",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2971"
},
{
"category": "ODE TO ENGLAND",
"air_date": "1993-05-14",
"question": "'William's protection against besiegers, it's now the home of the Beefeaters'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "the Tower of London",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2015"
},
{
"category": "\"U\"2",
"air_date": "2007-06-29",
"question": "'A small, cone-shaped structure at the back of the soft palate'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "a uvula",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5265"
},
{
"category": "HOW DO YOU WORK THIS THING?",
"air_date": "2001-09-14",
"question": "'Insert in drain; crank handle clockwise while moving wire to dislodge clog; hike up pants'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "a snake",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3915"
},
{
"category": "2006 SPORTS LAUGHS",
"air_date": "2007-06-14",
"question": "'A U.K. company was vilified for marketing \"Little Hooliganz\", action figures of fans of this sport'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "soccer",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5254"
},
{
"category": "HISTORIC NAMES",
"air_date": "1997-03-06",
"question": "'In 1891 this ex-chancellor of Germany was elected to the Reichstag'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Otto Von Bismarck",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2889"
},
{
"category": "ALSO A VEGAS CASINO",
"air_date": "2009-03-18",
"question": "'A couple of owls'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "hooters",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5653"
},
{
"category": "THE \"BUC\"s",
"air_date": "2009-05-22",
"question": "'It's grain ground into flour, o-tay?'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "buckwheat",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5700"
},
{
"category": "THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN",
"air_date": "2008-11-06",
"question": "'The title adventures concern a young boy named Huckleberry Finn & an escaped slave of this name'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Jim",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5559"
},
{
"category": "CLASSICAL GAS",
"air_date": "2011-12-09",
"question": "'This French composer of \"Danse Macabre\" was writing music by the time he was 5'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "Camille Saint-Saëns",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6265"
},
{
"category": "BIG SCREEN BIO SUBJECTS",
"air_date": "2004-10-27",
"question": "'\"A Beautiful Mind\"'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "(John) Nash",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4633"
},
{
"category": "POETIC POTPOURRI",
"air_date": "1997-03-31",
"question": "'Dorothy Parker called her 1931 book of verse \"Death And\" these, 2 things Ben Franklin said were certainties'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "Death and taxes",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2906"
},
{
"category": "A TOUR OF THE REAGAN LIBRARY",
"air_date": "2003-05-13",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2003-05-13_J_28.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">Jimmy of the Clue Crew gives the clue.</a>) In 1989 the Notre Dame football team presented Reagan with <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2003-05-13_J_28a.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">this man's</a> letter sweater'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "George Gipp",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4317"
},
{
"category": "WHEN WAS THAT, PIERRE?",
"air_date": "1998-12-04",
"question": "'Tres tragique was this year when France was first occupied in World War II'",
"value": "$100",
"answer": "1940",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3280"
},
{
"category": "13-LETTER WORDS",
"air_date": "2007-04-17",
"question": "'En francais, s'il vous plait! This thick slice of tenderloin is broiled & served with potatoes & a bernaise sauce'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "chateaubriand",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5212"
},
{
"category": "DEATH IN POP",
"air_date": "1998-02-03",
"question": "'Mark Dinning sang about a \"Teen\" one; Peter Stampfel, about a \"Surfer\" one'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Angel",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3097"
},
{
"category": "\"M\"MMM GOOD",
"air_date": "2005-02-11",
"question": "'This popular leafy soul food side dish is an excellent source of vitamins A & C'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "mustard greens",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4710"
},
{
"category": "ANDY WARHOL",
"air_date": "2000-12-18",
"question": "'Andy's \"15 minutes of fame\" quote was once the motto of this magazine'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Interview",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3751"
},
{
"category": "SCIENCE",
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"question": "'Neale Donald Walsch, author of \"Conversations with\" this being, says that anybody can have them'",
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"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"question": "'The Proclaimers hit the U.S. charts when \"I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)\" was featured in this Johnny Depp film'",
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"value": "$200",
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"answer": "Croissant",
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"category": "FOREIGN FASHION",
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"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Dog",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "NOT TO BE CONFUSED",
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"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Pat Boone",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "LAST BUT NOT LEAST",
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"category": "ROCK & ROLL FRONTMEN",
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"category": "HEALTH & MEDICINE",
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"question": "'In Genesis 6 God said it should be pitched within & without with pitch'",
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"answer": "Noah\\'s Ark (the ark accepted)",
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"category": "FILL IN THE BLANK-ISTAN",
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"answer": "Pakistan",
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"category": "DANCE ORIGINS",
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"question": "'On May 6, 1758 Arras, France hatched this politician who later hatched the Reign of Terror'",
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"answer": "Robespierre",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3694"
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"category": "SCIENCE FICTION",
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"question": "'In Jules Verne's \"The Mysterious Island\", this reclusive captain dies & is buried at sea in his submarine'",
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"answer": "Captain Nemo",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4929"
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"category": "KIDDIE LIT CHARACTERS",
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"answer": "Piglet",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3450"
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"category": "INDUSTRY",
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"question": "'It was the first car off a moving assembly line'",
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"answer": "Model T",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "SHAKESPEAREAN CHARACTERS",
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"answer": "Henry V",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "FOUR!",
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"question": "'Published in 1943, \"Four Quartets\" is considered by many to be this American-born poet's finest work'",
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"answer": "T.S. Eliot",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "APPLES",
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"question": "'Voltaire first spread the story about this scientist & the falling apple'",
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"answer": "Isaac Newton",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2918"
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"category": "THE IDES OF MARCH",
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"value": "$300",
"answer": "The American Legion",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3351"
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"question": "'In January 1966 this general was inaugurated for his second term as president of France'",
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"answer": "Charles de Gaulle",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "CSI: Miami",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Jamestown",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "GOD",
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"answer": "Daniel",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "AS EASY AS A-B-C",
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"question": "'Lewis Carroll coined this term for meaningless words or gibberish'",
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"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Cheshire Cat",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Ponce de León",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Mary Poppins",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "POLICE & THIEVES",
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"answer": "John Paul Jones",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "SPORTS STARS",
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"question": "'Special delivery for the Lakers, who signed this forward, \"The Mailman\", in 2003'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Karl Malone",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4474"
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"question": "'Now 73, the woman seen here at age 17 calls this island nation home:<br />(Queen Elizabeth II)'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Great Britain",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ISLANDS OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC",
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"question": "'Legend says that the god Maui threw a fishhook into the sea from Samoa & brought up this current island kingdom'",
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"answer": "Tonga",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "I'M IN HEAVEN",
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"answer": "Rudolph Valentino",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "Studio 54",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "WHAT THE \"H\"?",
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"question": "'In the 18th century B.C., he wrote down his famous list of dos & don'ts'",
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"answer": "Hammurabi",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "NETWORKING",
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"answer": "TNT",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ANATOMY",
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"question": "'Mark Anthony borrowed them, then bent them'",
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"answer": "ears",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "SCIENCE",
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"question": "'Human beings normally have 46 of these in most of their cells'",
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"answer": "Chromosomes",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"question": "'At Ulm, Germany, here is the church & here is this structure, a towering 528 feet'",
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"answer": "the steeple",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "WORD ORIGINS",
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"answer": "Tomboy",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"question": "'smugmug.com lets you share these & back them up'",
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"question": "'This young lad took the -aton off his name & restored the old state religion Akhenaton had changed'",
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"answer": "Tutankhamun",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "FRENCH NAMES OF COUNTRIES",
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"answer": "Lebanon",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "THE BIRD IS THE WORD",
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"answer": "a clay pigeon",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "JUST DESSERTS",
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"question": "'One story about the origin of the name of this pie says its sweetness attracted a certain insect'",
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"answer": "shoo-fly pie",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "BODILY FLUIDS",
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"value": "$800",
"answer": "amniotic fluid",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "the Republican Party",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"question": "'The U.S. Navy had a ship whose sole purpose was to make this dessert'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "ice cream",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "TREES",
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"question": "'Acer rubrum is the scientific name for this colorful state tree of Rhode Island'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "the red maple",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ARTISTS",
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"answer": "Picasso",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "TUTTI FRUITY",
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"answer": "Plantain",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "CHILD'S PLAY",
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"answer": "Oliver!",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"question": "'This Greek messenger of the gods gives Odysseus an herb that protects him from Circe's spell'",
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"answer": "Hermes",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "LET'S GET TOGETHER",
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"question": "'Another name for a costume ball; it's also in the title of a George Benson hit'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "masquerade",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "POTPOURRI",
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"question": "'In-Mut-Too-Yah-Lat-Lat was the Indian name of this Nez Perce chief who would \"fight no more forever\"'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Chief Joseph",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "THE CIVIL WAR",
"air_date": "1998-12-31",
"question": "'This grandson of the ninth president commanded troops in the Army of the Cumberland'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Benjamon Harrison",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ON THE STAGE",
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"question": "'Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's book, this musical is named for the \"secret\" place'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "The Secret Garden",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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{
"category": "AROUND THE U.S.A.",
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"question": "'The Hotter 'N Hell Hundred Bicycle Ride is a summer event in this state's Wichita Falls'",
"value": "$500",
"answer": "Texas",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "THE CRUSADES",
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"question": "'This wife of Louis VII of France said if he went off to Jerusalem she'd get a divorce, so he dragged her along by force'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Eleanor of Aquitaine",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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{
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"answer": "Vietnam War",
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"category": "ENDS IN \"TH\"",
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"question": "'This Minnesota city is the western terminus of the St. Lawrence Seaway'",
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"category": "FUN IN THE \"SON\"",
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"question": "'Also used in commercial fishing, it's known as echolocation in bats'",
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"category": "HAPPY BIRTHDAY, THE NEW YORK TIMES",
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"category": "THE ANCIENTS SPEAK",
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"category": "HUMAN PARASITES",
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"category": "I'M FUNEMPLOYED",
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"category": "FRUITS & VEGETABLES",
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"category": "LET'S TALK \"DIRTY\"",
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"category": "FAMOUS SCIENTISTS",
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"category": "AHD NEGATIVE PREFIXES",
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"show_number": "5678"
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"category": "SAYS YOU",
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"category": "2-LETTER WORDS",
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"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "INTERNET FAVORITES",
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"category": "FAMILIAR PHRASES",
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"category": "THAT'S SO RANDOM!",
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"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "OSCAR IN THEIR FILM DEBUTS",
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"answer": "Eva Marie Saint",
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"answer": "Lincoln",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ART GAL-ERY",
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"category": "REACH FOR THE STARS",
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"answer": "The Big Dipper",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "TV SHOW OPENING NARRATIONS",
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"answer": "The Fugitive",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "CROSSWORD CLUES \"O\"",
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"category": "HISTORY THROUGH FOOTBALL",
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"answer": "East Berlin",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "LET'S GO WATERSKIING",
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"question": "'The first national water ski championships were held in 1939 at this Long Island beach, also a theater site'",
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"category": "COLLEGIATE SPORTS NICKNAMES",
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"category": "AIN'T THAT \"GRAND\"",
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"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "SOUNDS LIKE A NEW POKEMON",
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"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "STORY COLLECTIONS",
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"answer": "Twice-Told Tales",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "1996 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALISTS",
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"answer": "China",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"question": "'In April of 1990 she began her worldwide \"Blond Ambition\" tour to promote her CD \"I'm Breathless\"'",
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"answer": "Madonna",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ENGINEERING",
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"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "PLAY TIME",
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"question": "'In this David Mamet play, Don Dubrow plans to steal a rare & valuable nickel'",
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"answer": "American Buffalo",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"answer": "cricket",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "\"J\" MART",
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"answer": "James I",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "9-LETTER WORDS",
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"value": "$1000",
"answer": "Bicameral",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "THEATRE",
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"answer": "Hamlet",
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"category": "A PLACE TO CALL HOME",
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"category": "FASHIONABLE NAMES",
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"question": "'This designer of Tommy jeans opened his flagship store in Beverly Hills in 1997'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "Tommy Hifiger",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "CROSSWORD CLUES \"Q\"",
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"value": "$1600",
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"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "ANAGRAMMED CABINET DEPARTMENTS",
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"answer": "Transportation",
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"category": "A TRIP TO LITERARY BRITAIN",
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"answer": "Charles Dickens",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "GO SEE \"CAL\"",
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"question": "'Ancient Roman name for the region of Scotland'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "Caledonia",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "COLLEGE TEAM NICKNAMES",
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"question": "'This University of Idaho nickname is from an old Germanic tribe whose name has come to mean troublemakers'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "Vandals",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "4-LETTER VERBS",
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"question": "'According to the title of a 1992 film \"White Men Can't\" do this'",
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"question": "'The weaver's cottage where this American steel king was born is part of a museum in Dunfermline'",
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"answer": "(Andrew) Carnegie",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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"category": "FUN WITH COLORS",
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"question": "'This organization was founded in 1971; its efforts to save the whales gained worldwide attention'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "Greenpeace",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
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},
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"category": "DUET TO ME ONE MORE TIME",
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"answer": "Barbra Streisand",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "WRITING FOR TV",
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"question": "'Carol Barbee co-wrote the \"Why We Fight\" episode of this CBS show which fought its own cancellation (at least briefly)'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Jericho",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "SCIENCE",
"air_date": "1996-10-03",
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"answer": "hair",
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"answer": "Eddie Fisher",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
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"category": "FAMOUS FAMILIES",
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"question": "'Members of this family received a 1952 Pulitzer Prize, a 1954 Nobel & a 1979 Oscar nomination'",
"value": null,
"answer": "Hemingway (Ernest & his daughter Mariel)",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
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{
"category": "20th CENTURY STUFF",
"air_date": "2001-07-17",
"question": "'Noted gangster Pretty Boy Floyd's pretty boyhood was spent in this state's Cherokee Indian Territory'",
"value": "$100",
"answer": "Oklahoma",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3902"
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"category": "CABLE CHANNELS",
"air_date": "2010-10-15",
"question": "'You can \"escape to chimp Eden\" on this channel'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "Animal Planet",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6000"
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{
"category": "THIS & THAT",
"air_date": "2012-01-13",
"question": "'Greek myth says the goddess Eris not getting an invite to Peleus & Thetis' wedding feast helped lead to this war'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "the Trojan War",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6290"
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"category": "SAY CHEESE",
"air_date": "1990-03-05",
"question": "'According to legend, it was created when a shepherd left a piece of cheese in a cave for several weeks'",
"value": "$500",
"answer": "Roquefort",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1276"
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{
"category": "THEY BITE, THEY STING",
"air_date": "2001-01-31",
"question": "'This mollusk captures its prey with its 8 arms, bites it with its beak & injects poison from its salivary glands'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "the octopus",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3783"
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{
"category": "VIRTUAL MEDICINE",
"air_date": "2007-11-12",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2007-11-12_J_08.jpg\">Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from the Carl J. Shapiro Simulation & Skills Center in Boston, MA.</a>)<br />To ensure the passage of oxygen to the lungs, a tube is placed into this airway with care taken not to hit the esophagus behind it'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "the trachea",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5331"
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"category": "GEOLOGY",
"air_date": "2006-06-13",
"question": "'This \"table\" is the saturated area of bedrock; it tends to follow the contours of the land'",
"value": "$1200",
"answer": "the water table",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5022"
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"category": "YOU NEED THERAPY",
"air_date": "1999-02-02",
"question": "'This \"therapy\" is drug treatment of infectious diseases like TB, as well as cancer'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Chemotherapy",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3322"
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{
"category": "MOLDY OLDIES",
"air_date": "2001-04-19",
"question": "'\"Dandy\",<br />\"I'm Henry VIII, I Am\",<br />\"Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter\"'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "Herman\\'s Hermits",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3839"
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"category": "WISH I'D SAID THAT",
"air_date": "2004-09-24",
"question": "'H.L. Mencken defined Puritanism as \"the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be\" this'",
"value": "$1200",
"answer": "happy",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4610"
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{
"category": "___ OF ___",
"air_date": "2006-09-22",
"question": "'Edith Wharton won a Pulitzer Prize for this novel'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "The Age of Innocence",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5065"
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{
"category": "IN THE BOOKSTORE",
"air_date": "2005-07-13",
"question": "'This novel by Sue Monk Kidd about a 14-year-old southerner Lily Owen is a honey of a read'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "The Secret Life of Bees",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4818"
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{
"category": "BIOLOGY",
"air_date": "1997-02-11",
"question": "'Some of these pituitary chemicals, like thyrotropin, affect other endocrine glands'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Hormones",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2872"
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{
"category": "NO. 1 \"LOVE\" SONGS",
"air_date": "2010-09-23",
"question": "'The Captain & Tennille took this hopeful declaration to No. 1 in 1975'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "\"Love Will Keep Us Together\"",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5984"
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{
"category": "DREW BARRYMORE LOVES MUSIC",
"air_date": "2007-12-07",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2007-12-07_J_28.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">Drew Barrymore gives the clue once more.</a>) The ever-popular \"Evergreen\" has lyrics by Paul Williams & music by this singer who introduced it in \"A Star Is Born\"'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Barbra Streisand",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5350"
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{
"category": "SHIPS",
"air_date": "2006-04-07",
"question": "'C.Y. Tung bought this ocean liner in 1970 with plans to convert her into the floating Seawise University'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "the Queen Elizabeth",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4975"
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"category": "ENDS IN \"SS\"",
"air_date": "2008-10-15",
"question": "'Superstitious sailors have long believed that killing this large seabird brings bad luck'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "an albatross",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5543"
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"category": "SCHOOL PICTURE DAY",
"air_date": "1999-09-10",
"question": "'Before he was \"sent up the creek\", he was part of the Cheshire Academy'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "James Van Der Beek",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3450"
},
{
"category": "KIDS IN SPORTS",
"air_date": "2010-07-06",
"question": "'11-year-old Ashlyn White won a 2009 U.S. youth title in this martial art in which you try to throw your opponent'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "judo",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5957"
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"category": "COUNTRIES BY CAPITAL",
"air_date": "2000-05-08",
"question": "'In east Africa:<br />Mogadishu'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "Somalia",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3621"
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{
"category": "A SLEEPY CATEGORY",
"air_date": "2001-05-16",
"question": "'He wrote, \"The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep\"'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Robert Frost",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3858"
},
{
"category": "TOYS & GAMES",
"air_date": "2001-04-16",
"question": "'The world champion at this game gets $15,140, the amount of money in it'",
"value": null,
"answer": "Monopoly",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3836"
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{
"category": "ALSO A PRESIDENTIAL NAME",
"air_date": "2006-12-01",
"question": "'Burn on, big river; in 1969 this city's Cuyahoga River actually caught fire'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Cleveland",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5115"
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{
"category": "COMPLETES THE QUOTATION",
"air_date": "2010-03-17",
"question": "'\"Four score & 7 years ago our fathers brought forth, upon this continent, a new nation, conceived in _____\"'",
"value": "$1200",
"answer": "liberty",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5878"
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{
"category": "AWARDS",
"air_date": "1997-12-23",
"question": "'This school's Hasty Pudding Club has been presenting its Woman of the Year Award since 1951'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "Harvard",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3067"
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{
"category": "BALLROOM BLITZ",
"air_date": "2004-09-21",
"question": "'An 18th century dance & a social ball are both called this, from a French word for \"petticoat\"'",
"value": "$600",
"answer": "a cotillion",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4607"
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{
"category": "\"LONG\" JUMP",
"air_date": "2004-10-07",
"question": "'Its greatest use as a military weapon was during the Hundred Years' War; just ask the French at Crecy'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "the longbow",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4619"
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{
"category": "THE CIVIL WAR",
"air_date": "1997-12-22",
"question": "'This Confederate general's horse Traveller was originally named Jeff Davis'",
"value": "$100",
"answer": "Robert E. Lee",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3066"
},
{
"category": "OF \"RATH\"",
"air_date": "2007-02-19",
"question": "'On election night 2000, this newsman spouted lines like \"Bush will be madder than a rained-on rooster\"'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Dan Rather",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5171"
},
{
"category": "SIDE EFFECTS OF JEPOLAX",
"air_date": "2006-07-14",
"question": "'There are slight risks of acidosis, carcinoma & this sensation, from the Latin for \"choking chest pain\"'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "angina",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5045"
},
{
"category": "NEEDFUL THINGS",
"air_date": "1998-10-02",
"question": "'Garlic & lime are found in this sauce that is essential to a classic Bloody Mary'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Worcestershire sauce",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3235"
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{
"category": "JOURNALISM",
"air_date": "2004-12-13",
"question": "'It's the term for the first paragraph in a news story; a feature may have a delayed or indirect one'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "the lead",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4666"
},
{
"category": "U.S.A.",
"air_date": "1990-03-08",
"question": "'1 of the largest lakes in Minnesota, its name begins with the same 5 letters as Minnesota'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "Lake Minnetonka",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1279"
},
{
"category": "QUASI-RELATED PAIRS",
"air_date": "1999-01-19",
"question": "'\"The Nutcracker\" for example & Brat Pack actor Rob'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Suite & Lowe",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3312"
},
{
"category": "MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSIONIST",
"air_date": "2002-12-03",
"question": "'Painter of \"The Wave\", he was the father of French first wave filmmaker Jean'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "Pierre-Auguste Renoir",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4202"
},
{
"category": "EUROPEAN HISTORY",
"air_date": "2006-03-09",
"question": "'In 1991, republics of the former Soviet Union formed the CIS, which stands for this'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "the Commonwealth of Independent States",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4954"
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{
"category": "LETTER MEN",
"air_date": "2007-02-19",
"question": "'He's the taller of the two gentlemen in the photo seen here'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "P.T. Barnum",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5171"
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{
"category": "___THE___",
"air_date": "1990-02-26",
"question": "'Witness Edison's invention, or come to an understanding of a situation'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "See The Light",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "1271"
},
{
"category": "STORES WITHOUT WALLS",
"air_date": "1998-12-24",
"question": "'You can buy tents & sleeping bags online at Idaho-based \"A Happy\" this'",
"value": "$300",
"answer": "Camper",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3294"
},
{
"category": "GREAT COMEBACKS WITH DAN PATRICK",
"air_date": "2011-11-30",
"question": "'(<a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2011-11-30_J_27.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">Dan Patrick reads the clue from his studio.</a>) A year after hitting .406, <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2011-11-30_J_27a.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">this</a> Red Sox legend left to be a fighter pilot in WWII, came back, won the Triple Crown, left to fight in the Korean War, came back & was an All-Star'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Ted Williams",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6258"
},
{
"category": "THE KENNEDY CENTER",
"air_date": "2006-01-11",
"question": "'This American pianist who took Moscow (& the world) by storm in 1958 received a Kennedy Center honor in 2001'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "Van Cliburn",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4913"
},
{
"category": "BUSINESS & INDUSTRY",
"air_date": "1997-06-16",
"question": "'In 1996 companies that produce these consumables announced an end to their ban on TV & radio ads'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Liquor",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2961"
},
{
"category": "SPECIAL MONTHS",
"air_date": "2009-10-12",
"question": "'National UNICEF Day is observed during this month, National UNICEF Month'",
"value": "$1,200",
"answer": "October",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5766"
},
{
"category": "CLASSIC SITCOMS",
"air_date": "2000-05-05",
"question": "'This '70s character was given his last name because he talked ignorant nonsense'",
"value": null,
"answer": "Archie Bunker",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3620"
},
{
"category": "CITY HOMOPHONES",
"air_date": "2010-12-24",
"question": "'Helen's beau & Priam's son'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Paris",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6050"
},
{
"category": "ISMs",
"air_date": "2000-02-10",
"question": "'Manorialism was the economic basis of this system of political & military obligation in the Middle Ages'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Feudalism",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3559"
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"category": "NAME THAT WESTERN",
"air_date": "2005-01-03",
"question": "'1991: \"Hi, Curly. Killed anyone today?\"'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "City Slickers",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4681"
},
{
"category": "WEIGHTS & MEASURES",
"air_date": "1995-11-21",
"question": "'Number of pecks in a bushel & a peck'",
"value": "$1000",
"answer": "5",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "2582"
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"category": "NEW YORK CITY HISTORY",
"air_date": "2004-04-22",
"question": "'Anger about the first one of these established by federal law spurred riots in July 1863'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "a draft",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4529"
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"category": "MEN OF SCIENCE",
"air_date": "2010-02-16",
"question": "'The flask that this British scientist invented in the 1890s was a predecessor of the Thermos'",
"value": "$1600",
"answer": "James Dewar",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5857"
},
{
"category": "STAMPS OF APPROVAL",
"air_date": "2002-07-12",
"question": "'These depicted on stamps include ones at Sandy Hook, New Jersey & Cape Hatteras, North Carolina'",
"value": "$3,000",
"answer": "lighthouses",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4130"
},
{
"category": "GAME SHOW FORMATS",
"air_date": "2002-12-31",
"question": "'2 contestants try to duplicate the answers given by 6 celebrities to funny fill-in-the-blank sentences'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "The Match Game",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4222"
},
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"category": "WOMEN ON U.S. STAMPS",
"air_date": "2006-02-13",
"question": "'1952:<br />A famous seamstress & flagmaker'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "Betsy Ross",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4936"
},
{
"category": "FASHIONABLE WORDS",
"air_date": "2010-05-21",
"question": "'Jackie Kennedy's iconic look included this classic round brimless hat'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "pillbox",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5925"
},
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"category": "MY LIFE OF \"E\"S",
"air_date": "1998-09-14",
"question": "'Instead of mere cream puffs, give me these oblong pastries with icing & a French name'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Eclairs",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3221"
},
{
"category": "POP MUSIC",
"air_date": "2002-05-09",
"question": "''70s classic heard <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2002-05-09_J_02.mp3\">here</a><br /><br /><i>\"Plucked her eyebrows on the way /<br />Shaved her legs and then he was a she /<br />She says, 'Hey babe'\"</i>'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "\"Walk On The Wild Side\"",
"round": "Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "4084"
},
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"category": "I WANNA BE...",
"air_date": "2006-10-05",
"question": "'...one of these, from the Greek for \"star sailor\", like John Glenn or Buzz Aldrin'",
"value": "$800",
"answer": "an astronaut",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5074"
},
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"category": "\"E\" DAY",
"air_date": "2011-03-28",
"question": "'In Japan before WWII February 11 was celebrated as this large political unit day'",
"value": "$2000",
"answer": "Empire Day",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "6116"
},
{
"category": "QUEEN ELIZABETH II",
"air_date": "1999-02-05",
"question": "'It's the Queen's royal family name & the name of one of her castles'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "Windsor",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3325"
},
{
"category": "WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE",
"air_date": "1998-02-13",
"question": "'Found in Central & South American forests, the spider monkey hangs from trees by this type of tail'",
"value": "$200",
"answer": "prehensile",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3105"
},
{
"category": "SPANS",
"air_date": "2000-01-21",
"question": "'Unlike many London sites, this bridge seen <a href=\"http://www.j-archive.com/media/2000-01-21_DJ_02.jpg\" target=\"_blank\">here</a> is only about a century old:'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "Tower Bridge",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3545"
},
{
"category": "MUSICAL THEATER",
"air_date": "1998-09-11",
"question": "'In France, this musical was known as \"Brillantine\"; in Mexico, it was \"Vaselina\"'",
"value": null,
"answer": "Grease",
"round": "Final Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "3220"
},
{
"category": "WHEELS OF MISFORTUNE",
"air_date": "2010-01-21",
"question": "'Ford proclaimed the 1957 launch date of this car \"E-Day\"; let's say sales were disappointing'",
"value": "$400",
"answer": "the Edsel",
"round": "Double Jeopardy!",
"show_number": "5839"
},
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"category": "MAD MAGAZINE",
"air_date": "2010-04-07