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  1. THIS IS Double Jeopardy

  2. Your With Host... Mr. Barbato

  3. Double Jeopardy One Knight Stand Relation-ships Desperate Housewife Miller Time! Starts with “P” Pardon Me 200 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

  4. She is the love interest that was first spotted in the garden outside the prison tower. A 100

  5. Who is Emily? A 100

  6. Name of the city in which the majority of the story takes place. A 200

  7. What is Athens? A 200

  8. He is released from prison and falls utterly melancholy because he cannot see his beloved. A 300

  9. Who is Arcite? A 300

  10. Name of the three mythological deities that are depicted at Theseus’ amphitheater. A 400

  11. Who are Mars, Venus, and Diana? A 400

  12. Palamon is able to escape the prison using this method. A 500

  13. What is drugging the guard? A 500

  14. The Wife of Bath justifies her polygamy referencing this book. B 100

  15. What is the Bible? B 100

  16. The Knight in “The Knight’s Tale” is sentenced to death for this offense. B 200

  17. What is rape? B 200

  18. How long is the knight given to find the answer to Queen Guinevere’s request? B 300

  19. What is one year? B 300

  20. The Knight feels this emotion on his wedding day. B 400

  21. What is sad/depressed/melancholy? B 400

  22. A beautiful young woman that will drive him crazy with her infidelity or an old hag that will be loyal and faithful— The knight makes which one the above choices on his wedding night. B 500

  23. What is neither? (He lets his wife choose!) B 500

  24. Alison’s relationship with her husband, as well as Absalom is this type of love. C 100

  25. What is unrequited love? C 100

  26. Nicholas does this for a living. C 200

  27. What is an astrologer? C 200

  28. John must hang these from the ceiling of his home to save him from the flood. C 300

  29. What are kneading tubs? C 300

  30. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

  31. Absalom notices Alison’s “mouth” has this unusual feature. C 400

  32. What is a beard? C 400

  33. Absalom borrows this from Gervase. C 500

  34. What is a coulter (branding iron)? C 500

  35. The Latin phrase Radix malorum est cupiditas means this. D 100

  36. What is “the love of money is the root of all evil?” D 100

  37. The setting of “The Pardoner’s Tale” begins here. D 200

  38. What is a tavern/bar? D 200

  39. The three rioters are supposed to find this under the oak tree. D 300

  40. What is death? D 300

  41. The rioters fall victim to this “deadly sin.” D 400

  42. What is Greed? D 400

  43. The Pardoner voluntarily tells the other pilgrims that he takes advantage of people’s desperation to absolve their sins making him a potential, this. D 500

  44. What is a hypocrite? D 500

  45. Alison and John E 100

  46. What is married? (John loves Alison, but she does not love him?) E 100

  47. Emily and Arcite (At the beginning of “The Knight’s Tale”) E 200

  48. What is unrequited love? (Arcite loves Emily from afar.) E 200

  49. Nicholas and John E 300