|Three 'Jeopardy' Contestants End Up Tied|
NEW YORK (AP) - All those years of answers and questions, and it's never happened before on "Jeopardy!" What is a three-way tie, Alex? The three contestants on the venerable game show all finished with $16,000 after each answering the final question correctly in the category, "Women of the 1930s," on Friday's show. They identified Bonnie Parker, of the famed Bonnie and Clyde crime duo, as a woman who, as a waitress, once served one of the men who shot her. "We've had a lot of crazy things happen on 'Jeopardy!' but in 23 years I've never seen anything like this before," host Alex Trebek said. The show contacted a mathematician who calculated the odds of such a three-way tie happening - one in 25 million. The three contestants, Jamey Kirby of Gainesville, Fla.; Anders Martinson of Union City, Calif.; and Scott Weiss of Walkersville, Md; were all declared champions and taped a rematch that will air Monday.