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An Amazing Race

Jeopardy!
by Chico Alexander
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Syn/YesTV: 7:30p/6:30c; also check listings
Host: Alex Trebek with Jimmy McGuire, Kelly Miyahara & Sarah Whitcomb-Foss
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  We're closing in on the end of the season, and it looks like, at least for now, the end of Canadians on Jeopardy!. The last one to challenge plays our heroine tonight.
 
TWO DAY CHAMPION
Ellen Corrigan

Philadelphia
law clerk
$2
3,200
Hans Huizing
Red Deer, AB
principal
Emily DeArdo
Reynoldsburg, OH
writer

JEOPARDY! ROUND: Science, Music from the 2000s; Double U, Double V or Double W; Fashion; Languages, Man-agrams

Ellen begins by sweeping Music from the 2000s for $3000. At the TV timeout, she leads it with $4000 to $2400 for Hans. Emily is on the board with $1600.

Hans finds the Daily Double under $800 Double U, Double V, or Double W. With one clue left, he bet $1800 for the lead on this: in September of 2014 there was a United Tribes International one held in Bismarck, North Dakota. "What is a powwow?" RIGHT for the lead with $5600! The lead is short-lived as Ellen regains it with $6400. Emily is on $1000, but she'll get the board to start...

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!: 4-Letter Entertainment, Put It There, Quick as the Dickens, Pres-Pourri, A Mouse in the House, Some Mean Rhymes

... with $400 Pres-Pourri, finding the Daily Double under $1600. She bets $1200 on this: during the 1844 election, he said if he were elected President, it would be only for one term; he won & kept his promise. "Who is Pierce?" No, it was Polk, leaving her with $1000. Hans finds the other under $1200 Put It There. He goes for $3000 on this: the Sargasso Sea: this ocean. "What is the Atlantic?" Got it for $11,400! He ends with $13,000 to $16,800 for Ellen. Emily is all but out of it with $1800.

FINAL JEOPARDY! in "International Sports": established in 1903, this European event was originally touted in a newspaper printed on yellow paper. Correct response: what is le Tour de France?

Hans misses, but Ellen doesn't. She made a gutsy play in betting nothing, so she gets the $16,800 for today, bringing her three-day take to $40,000 even.