History Heartwarming / Jeopardy

21st Nov '17 3:01:03 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 17th 2017: After making himself infamous for his irreverent and cocky boasts in his Final Jeopardy responses whenever he had a runaway lead in his original run, Buzzy once again faces this situation in the finals in the Tournament of Champions, and for what might be his last response on the show altogether, responds, "[[SincerityMode LOVE YOU]]". [[spoiler:[[EarnYourHappyEnding He WON.]]]]

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* November 17th 2017: After making himself infamous for his irreverent and cocky boasts at Alex in his Final Jeopardy responses whenever he had a runaway lead in his original run, Buzzy once again faces this situation in the finals in the Tournament of Champions, and for what might be his last response on the show altogether, responds, "[[SincerityMode LOVE YOU]]". [[spoiler:[[EarnYourHappyEnding He WON.]]]]
21st Nov '17 3:00:33 PM Maddoxsort
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* November 17th 2017: After making himself infamous for his irreverent and cocky boasts in his Final Jeopardy responses whenever he had a runaway lead in his original run, Buzzy once again faces this situation in the finals in the Tournament of Champions, and for what might be his last response on the show altogether, responds, "[[SincerityMode LOVE YOU]]". [[spoiler:[[EarnYourHappyEnding He WON.]]]]
7th Nov '17 3:12:53 PM Plactus
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* November 2017: During the Tournament of Champions, Alex and all the contestants wore blue ribbons in tribute to Cindy Stowell, who would have participated in the tournament if she were still alive. The show also donated $10,000 (the amount given to contestants eliminated in the semifinals) to the Cancer Research Institute in her name.
1st Aug '17 3:06:50 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** January 29, 2014: Arthur [[GenreSavvy used his knowledge of wagering and intentionally bet for a first place tie of $26,800]] to let his closest competitor walk away for the same amount (and to return the next day).

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** January 29, 2014: Arthur [[GenreSavvy used his knowledge of wagering and intentionally bet for a first place tie of $26,800]] $26,800 to let his closest competitor walk away for the same amount (and to return the next day).
30th Jul '17 3:41:46 PM KoopaKid17
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* December 3, 1993: Frank Spangenberg won the 10th Anniversary Tournament by being the only one who identified playwright Wendy Wasserstein in the Final Jeopardy clue ([[AwesomeMoments especially noteworthy since the first game in the finals ended badly for him, having only $600 after a difficult Final Jeopardy]]). Shortly afterwards, Wasserstein's friends informed her about this, and she invited Frank to dinner.

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* January 1990: Frank Spangenberg surpassed the winnings cap of $75,000 and donated $27,597 to Gift of Love Hospice, a facility operated by the Missionaries of Charity. The money was used to bring the place up to fire code.
* December 3, 1993: Frank Spangenberg won the 10th Anniversary Tournament by being the only one who identified playwright Wendy Wasserstein in the Final Jeopardy clue ([[AwesomeMoments especially noteworthy since the first game in the finals ended badly for him, having only $600 after a difficult Final Jeopardy]]). Shortly afterwards, Wasserstein's friends informed her about this, and she invited Frank to dinner.
30th Jul '17 3:31:47 PM KoopaKid17
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* 2013 Teen Tournament winner Leonard Cooper using his winnings to [[https://www.jeopardy.com/jbuzz/highlights/leonard-cooper-jeffect pay for his brother's college tuition]].
16th Jul '17 1:57:10 PM Premonition45
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* January 3, 1975: The final episode of the original run as hosted by Art Fleming ended with Art thanking the viewers, hoping to see them again, before walking off a dimming set with Creator/CharlieChaplin's [[Film/ModernTimes "Smile"]] [[SolemnEndingTheme playing over the end credits]].

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* January 3, 1975: The final episode of the original run as hosted by Art Fleming ended with Art thanking the viewers, hoping to see them again, before walking off a dimming set with Creator/CharlieChaplin's [[Film/ModernTimes "Smile"]] "[[Film/ModernTimes Smile]]" [[SolemnEndingTheme playing over the end credits]].
16th Jul '17 1:56:45 PM Premonition45
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* January 3, 1975: The final episode of the original run as hosted by Art Fleming ended with Art thanking the viewers, hoping to see them again, before walking off a dimming set with Creator/CharlieChaplin's [[Film/ModernTimes "Smile"]] [[SomberEndingTheme playing over the end credits]].

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* January 3, 1975: The final episode of the original run as hosted by Art Fleming ended with Art thanking the viewers, hoping to see them again, before walking off a dimming set with Creator/CharlieChaplin's [[Film/ModernTimes "Smile"]] [[SomberEndingTheme [[SolemnEndingTheme playing over the end credits]].
16th Jul '17 1:56:29 PM Premonition45
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* January 3, 1975: The final episode of the original run as hosted by Art Fleming ended with Art thanking the viewers, hoping to see them again, before walking off a dimming set with Creator/CharlieChaplin's [[Film/ModernTimes "Smile"]] [[SomberEndingTheme playing over the end credits]].
29th Jun '17 11:04:42 AM Premonition45
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* [[DefeatMeansFriendship The fact that many champions and players have become friends over the years]]. One particularly heartwarming case, the 1997 College Tournament winner Craig Barker recounts that two of his opponents started dating each other after the tournament, marrying years later.



* [[DefeatMeansFriendship The fact that many champions and players have become friends over the years]]. One particularly heartwarming case, the 1997 College Tournament winner Craig Barker recounts that two of his opponents started dating each other after the tournament, marrying years later.
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