Final Jeopardy: Shakespeare

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  1. Brian says:

    “Who is anyone we’ve heard of besides Roger Clemens?” was the subject of some considerable debate in our house, and I was outvoted 1 – 1 that they should have known Roger Clemens and that Alex would not snicker if males didn’t know something about the sport of ice skating.

  2. john blahuta says:

    luck is a feeble thing.soon the second placed contestants will make the full wager and sarah might lose, even so she is correct…..this is tempting fate. three times is the charm. it might not work a fourth. even though stacy did not go all in, had she been right sarah would be out already. three weird days in a row as far as fj betting is concerned. i wonder if we will ever see sarah bet the “proper” amount, i.e to win by 1 buck if the second bets it all and is right???

    • vj says:

      Yeah, that could happen but she could also just get defeated by someone who finishes with more. We’ll see if she sticks with her lucky 4K tomorrow.

      btw, I thought either of the last 2 Daily Doubles would have made a better FJ than this, didn’t you?

      • john blahuta says:

        yes, although excalibur would have been pretty tough (not for you – literature….) but s.d. would have been a logical conclusion.

      • vj says:

        A little note — in the poem Morte D’Arthur, King Arthur calls Excalibur “him” not “it”

        But now delay not: take Excalibur,
        And fling him far into the middle mere