Show #3679 - Thursday, September 7, 2000


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Alex Vulic, an MBA student from Columbus, Ohio

Bridget Grimes, a doctoral student originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michel Phillips, a lawyer from Smyrna, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
It's the only calendar month that can go without a full moon
    $100 26
This "SNL" alumnus & Oscar host is known for his "mahvelous" impersonations of Sammy Davis Jr. & Grace Jones
    $100 6
In this type of "poll", people are asked how they just voted
    $100 8
It's the Biblical book in which Noah's story is told
    $100 17
John Kennedy Toole wrote about "A Confederacy of" these pointy cap wearers
    $100 16
A Leslie Nielsen comedy
    $200 2
Ventifacts are rocks that are shaped by sand driven by this force of nature
    $200 27
Wearing a bee costume, John Belushi sang "I'm A King Bee" as half of the duo later known as this
    $200 7
To let an image on screen fade out entirely, a director would say, "Go to" this
    $200 9
This weather phenomenon was a sign to Noah from God that he would never flood the Earth again
    $200 19
If you're this, like an angle over 90 degrees, but less than 180 degrees, no show for you!
    $200 18
Unaided vision
    $300 3
Prone to volcanoes & earthquakes, the "Ring of Fire" borders this ocean
    $300 28
This "Meatball" who joined the cast in '77 often performed a superslick lounge singer -- "Now get outta here!"
    $300 13
Radio station formats include AC, adult contemporary, & CL, this
    DD: $1,000 10
2 of the 3 other men on the ark
    $300 20
From the Latin for "thick", it's okay for forests to be it, but not future contestants
    $300 23
In other words, "dollar bill nude"
    $400 4
Hematite is an important ore of this metal
    $400 29
This original cast member later played the WZUP station manager on "Martin"
    $400 14
On TV, it's an announcement of the next show up; on the streets, it's a big display ad
    $400 11
The length of the rainstorm
    $400 21
These numbskulls that were thorns in the side of Gumby just won't cut it
    $400 24
Boisterous beatnik Burroughs' book
    $500 5
Unwelcome in basements, this radioactive element is the heaviest of the noble gases
    $500 30
Original "SNL" actress whose rock & roll alter ego, Candy Slice, loved to sing "Gimme Mick", an anthem to Jagger
    $500 15
To record "Lay Down Sally" you'd have to "lay down" these, & then mix them -- without getting "derailed"
    $500 12
"And the ark rested in the seventh month...upon the mountains of" this
    $500 22
"You Could Learn A Lot From" one of these about seatbelts, but that's not enough to get you through the show
    $500 25
Goya's girl

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Michel Bridget Alex
$2,600 $1,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michel Bridget Alex
$3,800 $2,000 $1,700
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