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Every season, every champion. It all adds up to 145 players on a quest for $2 million.

Recaps by Chico Alexander, GSNN


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Host: Alex Trebek
Clue Crew: Cheryl Farrell, Jimmy McGuire, Sarah Whitcomb
Announcer: Johnny Gilbert
Creator: Merv Griffin
EP: Harry Friedman
Packager: Jeopardy Productions for Sony Pictures Television
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"Semifinals: Spangenberg/Mueller/Vered - Part 2" - May 18

We started with 135 players fighting for 45 slots. Then we threw in nine of Jeopardy!'s best for fun, whittling the field to 18. Now we're down to the six best - Brad Rutter, the Million Dollar Master; Pam Mueller, the lady of the bunch; Frank Spangenberg, the living legend; John Cuthbertson, the underdog; Chris Miller, the newbie; and Jerome Vered, the guy everyone likes. Two of these players will go on to next week's finals against the reining King of Quiz, Ken Jennings. At stake: $2,000,000 for the winner, $500,000 for the first runner-up, and $250,000 for the third-place finisher.

Today, one seat is booked for next week's big final.

JEROME VERED
Writer
Los Angeles
Won $87,601

$23,100
FRANK SPANGENBERG
Police lieutenant
Douglaston, NY
Won $75,199

$13,500
PAM MUELLER
Capitol Hill staffer/entering law student
orig. from Chicago
Won $82,201

$10,000

First, a correction. Remember Alex saying that Pam did not, nor has she ever had a moustache? Well...

Sorry, Pam. He got you there...

Jeopardy! categories: Chemistry, Quotable Movies 2004, It's a Tough World; Yes, You May; My PC Life; Hey, "Boo".

Daily Double: $1000 It's a Tough World. Jerome ($1800 to Pam's $5200 and Frank's $4400 each) bets all of it. The clue: 2 cities, both named Tripoli, are Libya's largest & this country's second-largest. Jerome's guess: "What is Lebanon?" Correct for $3600.

End of Round:
Jerome - $4200
Frank - $6200
Pam - $5200

Double Jeopardy! categories: Name That Dictator, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, KK, Rossini Opera, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Women, That's So "Lame".

Daily Double #1: $1600 Name That Dictator. Frank ($9400 over Pam's $5200 and Jerome's $2200) is in for $2000. Clue: Indonesia, 1945-1967. Frank's guess: "Who is Sukarno?" Correct for $11,400.

Daily Double #2: $1600 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Women. Pam ($8800 to Frank's $14,800 and Jerome's $7000) goes $6000. Clue: this member of a prominent Boston family won a 1926 Pulitzer for her poetry collection "What's O'clock". Pam's guess: "Who is Amy Lowell?" Correct for $14,800 and the tie for the lead.

End of Round:
Jerome - $7800
Frank - $18,000
Pam - $16,800

Remember, this is a two-day affair. Scores from yesterday will be added to today. The winner is guaranteed at least $50,000, second place is guaranteed $30,000, while third is guaranteed $20,000.

Final Jeopardy! Category: Words from Latin. Answer: some of the periods of time called this occurred in 304 AD (4 years), 1314 (2 years), 1958 (19 days), 1963 & 2005. Correct response: What is interregnum?

Jerome's question: What is interregnum? (RIGHT) Wager: $0. Final score: $7800.
Pam's question: What are conclaves? (WRONG) Wager: $11,901. Final score: $4899.
Frank's question: What (WRONG and pointing to Jerome) Wager: $12,200. Final score: $5800.

$23,100 $13,500 $10,000
+ 7,800 + 5,800 + 4,899
$30,900 $19,300 $14,899

Jerome is as surprised as anyone! Cinderella is going to the big dance! Jerome takes into the title match $137,601. Frank leaves with $105,199, while Pam leaves with $102,201.

Two-thirds of the card is set. Who will be the final player to move on, Brad Rutter, Chris Miller, or John Cuthbertson? Find out tomorrow and Friday!

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