Final Jeopardy: 20th Century Artists

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9 Responses

  1. tom says:

    Were any categories related to medicine? If so, Neil should’ve cleaned up:
    Article Link: Jeopardy! champ is Penn State alum and CHOP-trained physician

    • VJ says:

      Yes, during the chat after Alex Trebek introduced Neil as a pediatric emergency medicine physician, he said that he noticed Neil “licking his lips” when the “Body Works” category came up. Neil said “It’s true.” Neil was able to buzz in first (and get right) 3 of the clues in that category

  2. aaaa says:

    I suspect the network newscasts will be 60 minutes tomorrow night. If they are, one of J! or WOF will for the most part be preempted on the East Coast at least. I suspect the stations showing the Saturday WOF or J! rerun would show the preempted Friday show on Saturday. Let’s Make a Deal and TPIR are preempted on CBS for inaugural coverage. Celebrity Name Game is in reruns. Feud and Millionaire might get some preemption tomorrow depending on when it is shown and if its on a CBS, NBC, ABC or Fox station between 10AM-4PM EST or not; Millionaire will have 2009 J! TofC winner Dan Pawson as a contestant tomorrow.

  3. William Weyser says:

    Rachel, even though there was no way you were going to win, why would you wager $0. If you want to stay small, I’d say $599 at best, so as to force John to get final right, which he did, but John’s $601 wager doesn’t cover the unsafe wager of $599, so Dr. Neil Uspal made the only good wager tonight, and granted, it’s not the 1st time we’ve seen this happen. On September 6th, 1999, the Season 16 premiere, and also the very 1st episode of Kids Week, Nate Austin had the lead with $5,200, and Cassie Hill had $3,400. Cassie got Final Jeopardy! right, and wagered $1,801, putting her in the lead by $1, and Nate also got it right, but for some stupid reason, he didn’t risk any money, so Cassie beats Neal by $1, and wins $5,201, and also, in the 2nd semi-final match of the 2004 Tournament Of Champions that aired on 9/28/04. Anne Boyd had $14,700, and Tom Walsh had $11,800. Tom got it right, and wagered $2,901, putting him ahead of Anne by $1. Anne also got it right, but for some stupid reason, she didn’t wager anything, and now Anne’s namesake is called ”Boyd’s Rule”. Anyways, that helped Tom finish 2nd place in 2004 TOC Finals, because Chris Miller, who was leading going into Final Jeopardy!, missed, and went for the lockout. WOW!

  4. VJ says:

    I usually like those “If They Married” categories a lot. Today, not so much but I still put them all in the extra clues posts LINK

  5. rhonda says:

    I sure hope Jeopardy will not be preempted tomorrow.

  6. Dalton Higbee says:

    Yes! Luckily, first one for 2017.