Beverly Hills 90210

Season 5 Episode 25

Double Jeopardy

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Mar 29, 1995 on FOX
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Double Jeopardy
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Brandon, Clare, and Andrea vie for a spot on College Jeopardy! but only one can win. Meanwhile, Jesse moves out of his and Andrea's apartment.

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    Tiffani Thiessen

    Tiffani Thiessen

    Valerie Malone (episodes 113 - 249)

    Jennie Garth

    Jennie Garth

    Kelly Marlene Taylor

    Jason Priestley

    Jason Priestley

    Brandon Walsh (episodes 1 - 247)

    Brian Austin Green

    Brian Austin Green

    David Silver

    Ian Ziering

    Ian Ziering

    Steve Sanders

    Luke Perry

    Luke Perry

    Dylan Michael McKay (episodes 2 - 154, 249 - 296)

    Alex Trebek

    Alex Trebek

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    Johnny Gilbert

    Johnny Gilbert

    Himself

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    Daniel Henning

    Daniel Henning

    Jeopardy Contestant

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    Joe E. Tata

    Joe E. Tata

    Nat Bussichio

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    Kathleen Robertson

    Kathleen Robertson

    Clare Arnold

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    Jamie Walters

    Jamie Walters

    Ray Pruit

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      • Episode Title: Double Jeopardy.

        In this case, the episode title is referring to the game show Jeopardy!, in which three contestants vie for the opportunity to answer difficult questions and earn money. In Double Jeopardy, contestants move on the second round of the game where they face a tougher set of questions that will determine whether they are allowed to participate in the final round of the game. The term "Double Jeopardy" is also a legal term, referring to the 5th amendment of the United States Constitution, which states that citizens are protected from being arrested and tried for the same crime twice.

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