Show #3943 - Wednesday, October 24, 2001

2001 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

(Sarah: I'm Sarah, and we're the Clue Crew. Swimming today on Jeopardy! Everybody into the pool!)
(Cheryl: I don't think so.)
(Sarah: Hey, guys! What's up?)
(Sofia: Buh-bye! How about lunch?)
(Cheryl: Oh yeah!)
(Sarah: Guys!)

Contestants

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Ryan Moore, a partner in a start-up company from Venice, California

Michelle Clum, an executive assistant from Wichita, Kansas

Michael Arnone, a reporter from Arlington, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

MOUNTAINS
COUPLES
THAT '70s SHOW
THE 13 COLONIES
FOOD & DRINK
2-LETTER WORDS
    $100 1
In May 2001 Erik Weihenmayer climbed Everest, not considering this condition of his a handicap
    $100 7
Felipa Perestrello married this explorer but died soon after their son Diego was born in 1480
    $100 2
Beginning in 1978 it was the Barnes family versus the Ewings on this prime-time soap
    $100 14
Of the original 13 colonies, this one had the first permanent European settlement
    $100 21
During the holidays you can buy this cool creamy Christmas drink in cartons, minus the liquor
    $100 26
In song it's "A name I call myself"
    $200 12
Its southern slope extends down to Suruga Bay near Tokyo
    $200 8
Logic would say this philosopher was married to Pythias, either the niece or adopted daughter of Hermias
    $200 3
On this series as Kwai Chang Caine David Carradine showed off his martial arts skills
    $200 15
In early 1665 New Haven Colony merged with this one
    $200 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew ready to fall backwards into a swimming pool.) I'm about to take this drink company's famous plunge from TV ads
    $200 27
It precedes -hold, -keep & -heaval
    $300 13
It's the mountain chain in the names of a U.S. sheep & goat
    DD: $1,000 9
A "window" into this businessman's world shows he married Melinda French, a product manager at his company
    $300 4
"The Bionic Woman", launched in 1976, was developed from this series
    $300 16
This colony began with a 1704 meeting of the general assembly for New Castle, Kent & Sussex Counties
    $300 23
Tuborg is a famous beer from this country
    $300 28
Julia Sweeney's experiences with cancer inspired her one-woman show, "God Said" this!
    $400 19
The Hudson River rises in this group of mountains in northeast New York
    $400 10
Soong Ch'ing-ling wed revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen; her sister Mei-Ling married this nationalist leader
    $400 5
Following co-star Freddie Prinze's death in 1977, this sitcom continued for another season
    $400 17
In the early 1700s, plantation owners in this colony developed a breed of horse called the Narragansett Pacer
    $400 24
Add cherry brandy & seasonings to melted gruyere cheese & you'll have this classic dipping dish
    $400 29
An Italian river, or the red Teletubby
    $500 20
The Lebanon Mountains' most famous remaining grove of these trees is near the town of Bsharre
    $500 11
Rupert Pole married this diarist in 1955 even though she was still married to Hugo Guiler
    $500 6
David Birney & Meredith Baxter married for real after playing a couple on this show
    $500 18
The Calvert family governed this colony for much of the time between 1632 & the Revolutionary War
    $500 25
A Southern specialty, Hoppin' John is made with pork, rice & these peas

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Michael Michelle Ryan
-$100 $3,000 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Michelle Ryan
$1,400 $4,100 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE UNITED NATIONS
(Alex: Since this is United Nations Day.)
SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER
HISTORICAL NOVELS
FILMOGRAPHIES
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
WHAT WORDS SHOULD REALLY MEAN
    $200 2
In 1971 this future secretary-general was a candidate for the presidency of Austria
    $200 8
In 2000 Marla Maples auctioned off for $110,000 the engagement ring she got from this ex
    $200 7
Anya Seton's novel "Katherine" is based on John of Gaunt's affair with this "Canterbury Tales"-spinner's sister-in-law
    $200 19
"Hi Mom!",
"Bang the Drum Slowly",
"Cape Fear"
    $200 13
This lemon-lime soft drink debuted in October 1929 in green 7-ounce bottles
    $200 1
This should mean a grifter's rocky hideout, not curved like the inner surface of a sphere
    $400 3
(Sofia of the Clue Crew is at the United Nations.) She was the first woman to sit here as U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    $400 9
We wonder "How Does It Feel" to own this rock legend's boyhood home in Duluth, Minn.; it sold on eBay for $82,000
    $400 14
Reading this 1961 novel by Irving Stone might inspire you to paint your ceiling
    $400 20
"Deathrace 2000",
"Over the Top",
"Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot"
    $400 30
He made M'm! M'm! Good! when he joined a Camden, N.J. canning company in 1869; he later took it over
    $400 18
This should mean someone who rides a bike, not someone who travels about selling wares
    $600 4
One of the six principal organs of the U.N. is this special 15-country council
    DD: $1,500 10
Her head went on the block in 1587 & in 2001 a wee bit of her royal hair was on the block, going for $2,700
    $600 15
Wild Bill Hickok turns up in "Boone's Lick", a 2000 novel by this "Lonesome Dove" author
    $600 21
"The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane",
"Freaky Friday",
"Maverick"
    $600 29
In 1930 Sears transferred this tire brand name to its insurance division
    $600 27
This should mean a useful hat, not a physical disability
    $800 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew is outside the U.N. building.) The land the U.N. complex is built on was donated by this wealthy businessman
    $800 11
Sotheby's could have said, "Show me the millions" when it auctioned off one of this artist's "Haystacks" in 2001
    $800 16
"Gates of Fire" is an epic novel about this battle lost by the Spartans in 480 B.C.
    $800 22
"Ambush at Cimarron Pass",
"Kelly's Heroes",
"City Heat"
    DD: $1,200 28
Entrepreneurs William Russell, Alexander Majors & William B. Waddell founded this in 1860; it lasted 18 months
    $800 26
This should mean a distant object, not an old British quarter-penny
    $1000 6
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew is outside the U.N. building.) It's the U.N. goal & the reference from Isaiah expressed by the U.N. headquarters statue seen here
    $1000 12
A pair of globes used by this Flemish cartographer went for $1.7 million in 1991
    $1000 17
Set during the last days of the Civil War, this debut novel by Charles Frazier is often compared to the "Odyssey"
    $1000 23
"Grease 2",
"Amazon Women on the Moon",
"The Fabulous Baker Boys"
    $1000 24
This athletic shoe company's internet store is located at catshack.com
    $1000 25
This should mean "what professionals charge", not "to divide proportionately"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Michelle Ryan
$2,400 $7,800 $7,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS ON TV
The highest-rated sports program in TV history, other than a Super Bowl, took place on Feb. 23, 1994 in this sport

Final scores:

Michael Michelle Ryan
$0 $1,599 $6,000
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Michelle Ryan
$2,400 $8,600 $6,600
12 R,
5 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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