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Last April, 15 of America's
best and brightest teenagers descended upon Sony
Pictures Studios in LA to compete in the Jeopardy! Teen
Tournament. Then 9 got a shot out of those. Now we're
down to the final three... Jeff Xie overcame the odds
and made his return trip worth something, joining
returning champions Cooper Fair and Alan Koolik in the hunt for $75,000,
a trophy, and the title of 2014 Jeopardy! Teen
Second place gets $25,000. Third gets $15,000.
And now it's about to get
real... the deciding game...
Little Rock, AR
Boca Raton, FL
Cooper has the honor, and
will start the Jeopardy! round...
THE STORY OF
$800 The Story of His Life. Jeff has $7000 to Alan's $3600. He bets $2000 on
this: a Pennsylvania businessman, "Young Chocolatier."
"Who is Hershey?" RIGHT for $9000!
At the end of Jeopardy!...
Double Jeopardy! round...
A FEW WORDS
"MOM" & "DAD"
Daily Double #1: $800
The Arts. Cooper is in third with $4000, and he's
going for it on this: praise the Lord! Over a
century old, this American form of Christian music
combines elements of blues, jazz & spirituals. "What
is gospel?" FOR THE DOUBLER, $8000!
Daily Double #2: $1200 Anthoropology.
Jeff still has the lead with $15,000 to $9600 for Cooper. He bets $3000 on this:
Elsie Parsons studied these "apartment"-dwelling Indians of the Southwest,
including the Zuni. "What are Pueblos?" RIGHT for $18,000!
At the end of Double Jeopardy!...
Now this is
interesting. If Cooper doubles, he would still be short
by about $4000 of the other two if they bet nothing.
HOWEVER... If Alan doubles AND Jeff doubles, they will
force each other into a tie situation. Wagering has
never been more important than right now.
Final Jeopardy! category: AWARDS &
THERE WERE NO
WINNERS FOR THIS AWARD FORM 1939 THROUGH 1943; IN 1944, IT WAS WON BY THE
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS
Correct response: what is the Nobel
Alan's response: what is the Nobel Peace Prize? RIGHT. Wager: $14,600.
Cooper's response: what is the Nobel Peace Prize? RIGHT. Wager: $15,400. Total: $31,000.
Jeff's response: what is the Nobel Peace Prize? RIGHT. Wager: $19,600. Total: $39,200.
And just like that...
... we have
A TIE! First of all, Cooper is taking away $31,200, no
questions asked. Now to determine who will win this
year's Teen Tournament. As a reminder of the rules,
we'll show you a clue. You have to be the first one to
ring in with a correct response, and ONLY a correct
response will win it. We'll keep showing clues until we
have a winner.
category: THE CIVIL WAR
THE BATTLES OF
SHILOH & COLLIERVILLE WERE FOUGHT IN THIS STATE
Watch it go down...
"What is Tennessee?" YOU ARE
CORRECT! JEFF XIE WINS $75,000! Alan leaves with $54,200.
And that will do it for season 30 of
Jeopardy! Come back in September for season 31!