Show #3687 - Tuesday, September 19, 2000

Michelle Clum game 5.

Missing challengers' occupations.


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George Keller, from Alabama

Sue Wright, from Columbus, Ohio

Michelle Clum, an executive assistant originally from Wichita, Kansas (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Ireland's most populous county, it shares its name with Ireland's most populous city
    $100 13
1984 & 1988:
Men's Platform Diving
    $100 7
Surprisingly, the smooth soft-shell species of this reptile is said to be able to run as fast as a man
    $100 18
Rimsky-Korsakov used rapid bowing to produce the tremolo effect required for his famous "Flight of" one of these
    $100 6
Heidi Heitkamp has made her Bismarck as attorney general of this state
    $100 1
Some consider it their own private spud state
    $200 20
Like Harris in Scotland, Ireland's County Donegal produces a distinctive type of this cloth
    $200 14
Men's Track & Field 100 Meters
    $200 8
When it flows out of the earth, it becomes lava; when blasted into tiny fragments, it becomes volcanic ash
    $200 21
The best classical guitars are this type named for a country, like the ones made by Alhambra
    $200 12
In 1968's "Heidi Affair" NBC cut off the exciting last minute of one of these broadcasts to show "Heidi"
    $200 2
Company that makes Ho Hos -- mmmmm -- chocolate
    $300 22
County whose name is in the title of the following piece of music
    $300 15
1964, 1968 & 1976:
Men's Basketball
    $300 9
Common fuels in rockets include liquid hydrogen & LOX, which stands for this
    $300 23
The bull fiddle is also known as the double this
    $300 26
It's no secret, Victoria, she was the cover girl on the 1998 Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition
    $300 3
Cry associated with what some call the inhumane sport seen here
[fox hunting]
    DD: $700 29
The name of this southeastern county sounds like what someone often does on "South Park"
    $400 16
Men's Basketball
    $400 10
This tusked pinniped has air sacs in its neck enabling it to keep its head above water while sleeping
    $400 24
Its name may come from the African "mbanza", which is a similar instrument
    $400 27
L.A. Police Chief Daryl Gates can be seen in the film documentary on this "Hollywood Madam"
    $400 4
In this process the fat molecules in milk are broken up into very fine particles
    $500 30
On Ireland's west coast, the estuary of this river separates County Clare from County Limerick
    $500 17
Men's Heavyweight Boxing
    $500 11
This 16th century professor at the University of Padua is called the "Father of Modern Anatomy"
    $500 25
This instrument played by Manolis Hiotis is Greek to me (& everyone else, too)
    $500 28
In 1987 the Seattle Rep's new play workshop was the first to present this Wendy Wasserstein play
    $500 5
The Navajos build these traditional dwellings out of earth & mud

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

Michelle Sue George
$1,100 $1,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Sue George
$2,900 $800 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are the last lines spoken by a particular character in a scene or an act; not necessarily the last line of the play)
    $200 16
The U.S. Mint issues medals showing holders of this post, including Lloyd Bentsen & William Simon
    $200 25
You needed these special glasses to watch the 1983 Amityville sequel which featured Meg Ryan
    $200 4
In his "Homage to Picasso", Spanish artist Juan Gris tried his hand at this movement
    $200 10
It's usually a body of protective water spanned by the drawbridge
    $200 21
"I'll to the friar to know his remedy; if all else fail, myself have power to die"
    $200 1
The Mount Everest-conquering First Lady
    $400 17
Raymond Donovan, Reagan's first secretary of this, was the first cabinet secretary ever indicted while in office
    $400 26
The 1987 film "I Love N.Y." starred this actor who played Chachi on "Happy Days"
    $400 6
Batik is painting on cloth to which this substance has been applied
    $400 11
Under feudal law this 4-letter word was the general title for the owner of a manor or castle
    DD: $1,500 22
"Go, Tubal, and meet me at our synagogue -- go, good Tubal -- at our synagogue, Tubal"
    $400 2
The ex-Mrs. Spielberg who composed "God Bless America"
    $600 18
In 1976 this agriculture secretary lost his job after making crude remarks to John Dean & Pat Boone
    $600 27
Filmed in 1984, but not released until 1987, "Ghost Fever" starred this man, TV's George Jefferson
    $600 7
A sculpture by Daniel Chester French can be seen if you look carefully on the back of this current U.S. bill
    $600 12
Term for the trainer of a predatory bird used for hunting
    $600 23
"Fair is foul and foul is fair; hover through the fog and filthy air"
    $600 3
Scorsese's bruising drama about minor leaguers Kevin Costner & Jake La Motta
    $800 19
The current defense secretary, seen here; he never served in the military
    $800 28
He played the "I" in "So I Married An Axe Murderer"
    DD: $1,500 8
They were first partnered in 1857 & their sons carried on the print firm until 1907
    $800 13
2-word term for the big chamber that was the main meeting & dining area
    $800 24
"And kiss me Kate, we will be married O'Sunday"
    $800 5
Anna Sewell classic about Belle & her not so beautiful beau
    $1000 20
He ran senatorial & presidential campaigns for George Bush & served as Bush's Secretary of State
    $1000 29
Liv Tyler, Jennifer Connelly & Joanna Going were sisters in "inventing" this family
    $1000 9
In 1766 Etienne-Maurice Falconet was called to Russia to make a huge equestrian sculpture of this man
    $1000 14
Crossbows were stored in the balistraria & these were stored in the chandlery
    $1000 30
"Some one take order Buckingham be brought to Salisbury; the rest march on with me"
    $1000 15
Multitalented man who played George Costanza on TV while writing "The Gulag Archipelago"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Sue George
$9,200 $5,100 $5,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The Hopi Indians gave this German-born man the name "The Great Relative" when he visited Arizona in the 1930s

Final scores:

Michelle Sue George
$11,001 $1 $1,700
5-day champion: $50,200 3rd place: a Panasonic Digital Palmcorder 2nd place: a trip to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina courtesy of Yahoo! Travel

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michelle Sue George
$8,500 $4,000 $6,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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Game tape date: 2000-08-22
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