Category: Jeopardy Recaps


Final Jeopardy: Organizations

The Final Jeopardy question (5/21/2014), in the category “Organizations” was: The full name of this scholarly group founded after a lecture in 1660 includes “of London for Improving Natural Knowledge.”...

Final Jeopardy: British Novels

The Final Jeopardy question (5/20/2014), in the category “British Novels” was: Stephen King borrowed the name of his fictional town Castle Rock from this 1950s novel that greatly influenced him....

Final Jeopardy: Board Games

The Final Jeopardy question (5/19/2014), in the category “Board Games” was: In the classic version of Monopoly, the only two improvable properties without Avenue or Place in their names. 10x...

Final Jeopardy: Secretaries of State

The Final Jeopardy question (5/16/2014), in the category “Secretaries of State” was: Serving 160 years apart, these two Secretaries of State are the only ones who never married. The final...

Final Jeopardy: Names on the Map

The Final Jeopardy question (5/14/2014), in the category “Names on the Map” was: Visited by Jacques Cartier in 1534, it was later renamed for Queen Victoria’s father, the Duke of...

Final Jeopardy: Monarchs

The Final Jeopardy question (5/13/2014), in the category “Monarchs” was: 2 teen Hashemite cousins officially took the thrones of their respective countries May 2, 1953: Faisal of Iraq & him....

Final Jeopardy: 19th Century Poems

The Final Jeopardy question (5/12/2014), in the category “19th Century Poems” was: Written about the U.S. occupation of the Philippines, a Kipling poem said, “take up” this now-controversial phrase. It’s...

Final Jeopardy: Famous Books

The Final Jeopardy question (5/9/2014), in the category “Famous Books” was: It was published March 26, 1830. A very popular work with the same name premiered March 24, 2011. It’s...

Final Jeopardy: British Thinkers

The Final Jeopardy question (5/8/2014), in the category “British Thinkers” was: His works include ‘The Economic Consequences of the Peace” in 1919 & “The End of Laissez-Faire” from 1926. In...