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5-time Champion Rule
S11~15
Unlimited Champion Rule

Season 11[]

Name Aired Date TW Notes
Bill Pitassy October 24~28, 1994 $72,702
Jim Morgan January 13~19, 1995 $41,899
Jonathan Groff March 14~20, 1995 $60,500 Final playing has Co-champ.
Bruce Borchardt March 27~31, 1995 $54,099
David Siegel June 27~July 3, 1995 $86,200

Season 12[]

Name Aired Date TW Notes
Paul Thompson October 13~19, 1995 $72,199
Michael Daunt November 30~December 6, 1995 $64,198 He also competed in the 1997 International Tournament outside of North America and won.
Brad Plovan December 11~15, 1995 $61,401
Bill Dickenson January 16~22, 1996 $48,401
Bill Sloan January 29~February 2, 1996 $62,800
Bob Scarpone February 8~9, February 26~28, 1996 $42,401 After two victories, he had to wait two weeks due to the 1996 College Tournament.
Won $30,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?.
Was Bernie Cullen's Phone-a-Friend on Millionaire.
David Sampugnaro April 1~5, 1996 $72,101
Michael Dupée April 9~15, 1996 $66,401 First playing has co-champ.
1996 Tournament of champions winner
He also won the 1996 Tournament of Champions, and later wrote a book about his experience on the show, How to Get On Jeopardy! And Win.

Season 13[]

Name Aired Date TW Notes
Bernie Cullen Septmber 2~6, 1996 $63,102 Was a millionaire on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Before that, he calls Bob Scarpone on that same show.
Paul Gutowski January 10~16, 1997 $51,301
Grace Veach February 17~21, 1997 $51,601
Arthur Phillips June 10~16, 1997 $63,003
Dan Melia July 18, September 1~4, 1997 $75,600 Played his 1st game on the last episode of season 13.
Played his last 4 games to start the 14th season.
2nd playing has Co-champ on the first episode of Season 14.
1998 Tournament of champions winner.

Season 14[]

Name Aired Date TW Notes
Fred Ramen September 5~11, 1997 $61,000 First playing has co-champ.
Transitioned gender to female in 2008 and is now known as Catherine.
Bob Harris October 31, November 21~27, 1997 $58,000 Author of Prisoner of Trebekistan: A Decade in Jeopardy!
5-game run interrupted by the Teen Tournament and Power Players Week.
J.J. Todor February 17~23, 1998 $29,021
Chris Ward February 24~27, March 3, 1998 $63,301
Pat Healy March 31~April 6, 1998 $66,604
Lara Robillard May 26~June 1, 1998 $59,500
Dave Abbott June 16~22, 1998 $68,599 1999 Tournament of champions winner.
Dan Girard July 3~9, 1998 $37,800 First and final playings have co-champ.
The last retired 5-time champion to win one game as co-champ.
Third of only four Jeopardy! contestants to win two games as co-champ.
Last 5-time champion to retire undefeated as co-champion with opponent being the new champion.

Season 15[]

Name Aired Date TW Notes
Lance Johnson September 16~22, 1998 $51,301
Andrew Maly November 30~December 4, 1998 $44,100
James Arey December 15~21, 1998 $42,802
Helen Petroff April 14~20, 1999 $43,000
Michael Rooney April 28~30, May 24~25, 1999 $50,201 5-game run was interrupted by the 1999 College Championship and the 1999 Celebrity week.
Terry Currin June 21~25, 1999 $40,598
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