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Stephanie Hull

This Mizzou Tiger is going to be on Jeopardy!
Who is Stephanie Hull? That's me.

Season 31 player (2015-03-12).

Stephanie's ending score of -$6,800 was the lowest recorded in the J! Archive at the time, when not accounting for doubled dollar values, surpassing Christy Gibson's score of -$6,400 and Heather Chapman's score of -$6,200. It has since been surpassed by Patrick Pearce's score of -$7,400. On page 33 of the first edition of his book, Jeopardy! writer Harry Eisenberg reported an early-season contestant who was permitted to appear on the show despite the misgivings of the contestant coordinators and ended Double Jeopardy! with -$3,400, which would be -$6,800 when adjusted for doubled dollar values, and Season 1 contestant Joan Kantor ended Double Jeopardy! with -$5,100, which would be -$10,200 when adjusted. Joan recounted her minus situation record on an appearance on The Love Connection in 1989, but seems to have misremembered her record negative score as being -$5,400.

Stephanie appeared in the following archived game:
#7024, aired 2015-03-12 Kristin Sausville vs. Brad King vs. Stephanie Hull Kristin Sausville game 2. Single-player Final Jeopardy!

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