Show #3685 - Friday, September 15, 2000

Michelle Clum game 3.


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Laura Ewing-Moore, an executive from San Francisco, California

Eric Trageser, a director of photography from Los Angeles, California

Michelle Clum, an executive assistant originally from Wichita, Kansas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,598)

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Jeopardy! Round

HEY "J"!
(Alex: Making its first appearance this year!)
    $100 1
Janet's big sis, she had an R&B hit with "You're Gonna Get Rocked"
    $100 16
By winning the British Open, this 24-year-old became the youngest to win golf's career Grand Slam
    $100 9
This city is so big, it covers parts of 3 of Egypt's adminstrative governorates
    $100 11
A member of Picasso's family sued after Citroen named one of these after the late artist
    $100 4
Well... it's the first name of the "39-year-old" comedian known for his miserly self-caricature
    $100 6
Founded in 1929, this New York museum is dedicated to modern art
    $200 2
This Swiss worked with Freud from 1906 until 1912 when their beliefs drove them apart
    $200 17
With pride Satan says they're the 2000 Stanley Cup champs
    $200 10
It's the largest Florida city named after a guy named Andrew
    $200 25
After visiting Paris in 1900, Picasso went through the period (1901 to 1904) now dubbed this
    $200 5
With $6 million in 1977, Steve Cauthen led the money winners in this profession
    $200 22
It's the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution that mentions religion
    $300 3
From 1957 to 1971 this was the last name on the door of the office of the president of Haiti
    $300 18
On July 23, he became only the second American to win the Tour de France in consecutive years
    $300 12
This capital of the Greek department of Dodecanese is on the island once home to a colossus
    DD: $1,000 27
This new work at the 1937 Paris International Exhibition showed Picasso's loathing of fascism for all to see
    $300 15
Othello could tell you that envy is a synonym for this green-eyed monster
    $300 23
Since 1970, the general synod has governed this church of England
    $400 7
On Jan. 18, 1912 he & his men discovered the flag left behind by Roald Amundsen at the South Pole
    $400 19
She dispatched sister Serena at Wimbledon & went on to defeat Lindsay Davenport for the title
    $400 13
Napoleon would have disliked this original name of Austin, Texas
    $400 28
This political pundit seen here wrote the biography "Picasso: Creator and Destroyer"
    $400 21
It's the small sail in front of the main sail
    $400 26
On June 5, 2000 Air Canada began nonstop service from this California city to Ontario, Canada
    $500 8
In 1907 she opened her first Casa dei Bambini
    $500 20
This manager who won World Series in both leagues entered baseball's Hall of Fame
    $500 14
This state capital located on Crow Creek has a "C" name also, the name of an Indian tribe
    $500 29
Originally a brand of absinthe, Pablo put a bottle of it in a 1912 work, & it put the work on a special edition label
    $500 24
Mais oui! It's the first name of the Baker seen here, who was very popular in Europe
    $500 30
In the U.S. this society sponsors the National Geography Bee

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

Michelle Eric Laura
$2,200 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Eric Laura
$4,800 $1,500 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
The Houston Ballet's sexy new ballet about this queen features a bathtub scene & an orgy (you bet your asp!)
    $200 5
Her TV roles include lifeguard C.J. Parker & "V.I.P." Vallery Irons; on film she was Barb Wire
    $200 2
In 1721 Dr. Zabdiel Boylston of Boston gave the first inoculations in America against this disease
    $200 30
Salute, or call out to get a cabbie's attention
    $200 1
When washing a cashmere sweater, you won't wreck it with this fine fabric cleaner from Reckitt & Colman
    $200 17
The British Conservative Party launched a campaign to "keep" this instead of adopting the euro
    $400 4
"The Concert" is a humorous ballet danced to music by this Polish-French composer, including the "Minute Waltz"
    $400 6
Before he was Dharma's Greg, he co-starred in the 1994 Whit Stillman film "Barcelona"
    $400 13
In 1724, at the request of the Penn. governor, he went to London to complete his training as a printer
    $400 29
To fall in great quantities, like confetti in a parade
    $400 22
This Scottish town that gave its name to a swirling pattern was an early cashmere-weaving center
    $400 21
They're scheduled to be the last 2 states to get their own quarters, in 2008
    $600 7
(Hi, I'm Michael Feinstein here at the Hollywood Bowl.) In 1932 the ballet "Elysia" was commissioned by the Hollywood Bowl in celebration of this sports event
    $600 10
She played Craig T. Nelson's daughter on the '80s series "Call to Glory" before "Leaving Las Vegas"
    $600 14
In February 1733 he & over 100 colonists landed at Yamacraw Bluff in what is now Georgia
    $600 28
To overwhelm with flattery or insincere talk
    $600 23
This term for a now-fashionable type of cashmere or garments made from it, comes from Persian for "wool"
    $600 20
This monetary unit of Angola shares its name with an African-American holiday
    $800 8
This Russian-born American choreographer collaborated with Stravinsky on the complex 1957 ballet "Agon"
    $800 11
Ashley Judd spent several seasons playing Swoosie Kurtz' daughter on this series
    DD: $2,000 15
In 1619 this first elected legislative assembly in America met in Jamestown
    $800 27
Frost a cake, or clinch a victory
    DD: $5,000 24
Cashmere is often called the 2nd-finest wool behind that of this animal related to the llama & alpaca
    $800 18
Those "crazy" Canadians use this common nickname for their $1 coin seen here
    $1000 9
He choreographed "The Cage", a ballet about predatory female insects, 6 years before "West Side Story"
    $1000 12
Jennifer Saunders was in "Spice World" & played Edina on this sitcom about 2 spicy British women
    $1000 16
In 1751 George Washington made his only trip abroad to Barbados with this older half-brother
    $1000 26
To face, as property does on a lake
    $1000 25
Fashion writers have given Italian designer Laura Biagiotti this royal title
    $1000 19
China's basic currency unit, it began as a silver coin but now usually circulates as paper

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Eric Laura
$14,200 $1,300 $3,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He joined the London Missionary Society in 1838; after graduating medical school in 1840 he hoped to be sent to China

Final scores:

Michelle Eric Laura
$18,000 $0 $3,700
3-day champion: $30,598 3rd place: ReplayTV hard disk recorder system 2nd place: a trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michelle Eric Laura
$12,300 $6,300 $3,700
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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Game tape date: 2000-07-26
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