Show #3678 - Wednesday, September 6, 2000

Contestants

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Michel Phillips, a lawyer from Smyrna, Georgia

Vanessa Fischer, an accountant from Creighton, Pennsylvania

George Schaeffer, a publisher from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

A BEE
CD
(Alex: You have to name the artist.)
E!
"F"
G-MEN
HI
(Alex: Stands for Hawaii.)
    $100 21
She's the only breeding female in the hive
    $100 1
"Born to Run",
"Born in the U.S.A."
    $100 13
In 1995 Greg Kinnear became a movie star in "Sabrina" & left this E! series about chat shows
    $100 8
It lies between the tee & the green
    $100 5
In 1985 Richard Miller became the first FBI agent to go on trial for this
    $100 26
In 1998 the Vatican banned this Hawaiian dance from church during mass, then re-allowed it
    $200 22
"Colorful" radio & TV hero whose theme was Rimsky-Korsakov's "Flight of the Bumblebee"
    $200 2
"Honky Chateau",
"Goodbye Yellow Brick Road"
    $200 17
E!'s "Mysteries & Scandals" show about this martial arts star featured the intro seen here:

"Mystery... Rumors... You've come to the right place! Stay tuned for the tale of 'The Little Dragon'..."
    $200 9
The one seen here holds water, but one may also hold information as well
    $200 6
Janet Reno was made U.S. Attorney General during the 1993 FBI-Branch Davidian standoff near this city
    $200 27
Pop singer Hoku is the daughter of this man, Hawaii's best-known entertainer
    DD: $1,000 23
In the digestive tract, some bees turn this flower product into honey
    $300 3
"Rebel Yell",
"Whiplash Smile"
    $300 18
E!'s show on "Celebrity Homes" has visited the Hollywood Hills nest of this actor who played Danny Partridge
    $300 14
It's the name of an ancient Roman safety pin, as well as a bone in your leg
    $300 7
In the 1960s the FBI sent infiltrators into this militant black organization founded by Newton & Seale
    $300 28
A special type of this, made from tubular cigar flowers, is presented to bridegrooms
    $400 24
This tallow-like substance extruded by bees is collected & used to make candles
    $400 4
"Tea for the Tillerman",
"Teaser and the Firecat"
    $400 19
This former "Celebrity Jeopardy!" contestant, seen here, is a sidekick on a late night E! show
    $400 15
Just change a vowel in his last name & this famous shrink becomes a charlatan
    $400 11
The famous 1980 FBI sting dubbed this was just too sheikh for the room
    $400 29
The name of this area seen here means "spouting water", not "place of pale people with cameras"
    $500 25
From the bee's point of view, it's the deadly true name of the creature seen here
    $500 10
"American Fool",
"Scarecrow"
    $500 20
Part of E!'s "Wild On" series, "Wild on the Mayan Riviera" featured a bikini contest on this peninsula
    $500 16
One may be electric or alluvial; that's cool
    $500 12
Agents-to-be undergo 15 weeks of training at the FBI Academy in this Virginia city
    $500 30
Before the pineapple industry, the need for workers of this crop made Hawaii a melting pot

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

George Vanessa Michel
$500 $1,900 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Vanessa Michel
$500 $2,300 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

JAY
KLM
N-O!
(Alex: Are we continuing the first round?)
PEA
Q
(Alex: It's all about devices that "Q" built for James Bond)
R...W
(Alex: The correct responses will begin with the letter "R" & end with the letter "W")
    $200 16
In 1985 he & Frederick Loewe were honored at the Kennedy Center for their musicals
    $200 1
The oldest continuously operating airline, KLM began service between this city & London May 17, 1920
    $200 21
On an episode of "Diff'rent Strokes", this first lady advised "Just say no!" if someone offers you drugs
    $200 2
Peas were a favorite of this president who grew them at Monticello
    $200 28
Bond's briefcase in "From Russia with Love" came with a knife, ammo & a canister of this
    $200 4
A difficult task is described as "a long" one of these "to hoe"
    $400 17
This 18th C. Chief Justice of New York & of the U.S. spent the last 28 years of his life in retirement
    $400 12
In 1934 KLM switched from Dutch Fokker planes to the DC-2 of this company that later teamed with McDonnell
    $400 22
Above all else, do not ever wear white shoes after this holiday
    $400 3
"The Princess and the Pea" is one of this 19th century Dane's famous tales
    $400 5
To go over it again, it's a formal military inspection
    $600 18
His '80s novels include "Bright Lights, Big City" & "Ransom"
    $600 13
The right to the name "Royal Dutch Airlines" was granted in 1919 by this queen
    $600 23
It's what the initials DNR stand for on a medical chart
    DD: $1,500 9
He began monk-ing around with garden peas in 1856
    $600 6
Eddie Murphy was this in the title of a 1987 film
    $800 19
1869's "Black Friday" wasn't so black for James Fisk & this man as they cornered the gold market
    $800 14
In world business class, you'll receive the item seen here in this ceramic style, filled with gin
    $800 24
It was the number of the U.S. Constitutional amendment prohibiting alcohol
    $800 10
Mange-tout, the French name for these peas, means "eat it all", because the pods are eaten as well
    $800 27
In "Licence to Kill" Bond had a Polaroid that shot laser beams & took this kind of photos
    $800 7
Salmo gairdnerii is this type of trout
    $1000 20
In books like "The Panda's Thumb", he developed the evolutionary theory of "punctuated equilibrium"
    $1000 15
KLM has a "One Ticket to the World" alliance with this airline that has hubs at Rome & Milan
    $1000 25
Women must wear the head-to-toe burqa & are banned from work & education under this regime that rules Afghanistan
    $1000 11
1 of the top 2 states in growing dry peas; they're cultivated in the Palouse Hills
    $1000 26
In "GoldenEye" Bond's belt shot out a rappeling cord; in "The World Is Not Enough", this accessory did it
    DD: $2,200 8
This sprite is also known as Puck

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Vanessa Michel
$1,900 $2,300 $12,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

XYZ AFFAIR
(Alex: History time!)
As part of the U.S. Treaty Negotiation Team, this future VP under Madison knew where to "draw the lines"

Final scores:

George Vanessa Michel
$400 $700 $10,900
3rd place: ibeauty.com Gift Certificate 2nd place: MyPoints.com Gift Certificate New champion: $10,900

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

George Vanessa Michel
$1,900 $2,300 $13,500
8 R,
3 W
11 R,
1 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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