Final Jeopardy: Famous Brits

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14 Responses

  1. jacob ska says:

    JKR’s “The Casual Vacancy” was her 1st adult book. It was released in 2012. She has written other adult audience books since the 1st one.

  2. Cece says:

    I know that nobody cares, but this is irritating. FJ subjects since 1/12: religion, literature, literature, religion, us capitals, us states, religion, literature. Are the writers suffering from ‘imagination block’?

    If I were paranoid, I’d think that they lurk on this site and are doing it to torment me, lol.

    (Tuesday’s quote: I envy paranoids.They actually feel people are paying attention to them. ~ Susan Sontag)

    • VJ says:

      LOL, Cece. Not sure I would say they have “imagination block,” though. How about “Incredibly Specific Wedding Vows”? That was probably vetoed for FJ as too ridic – uh – imaginative.

      • Cece says:

        Truth. LOL.

        But what I meant was, there are gazillion subjects to pick from and they’re like in a hamster wheel.

  3. JEOPARDY says:

    Pretty hard one today.. Think maybe two should get it.

  4. Sir Andrew Thomas says:

    My sister was in a tizzy over this episode and called only moments ago to ask if this were true. Thanks for posting this so quickly so I had something to back up what I was telling her. Jo is a friend and I’ve never, ever seen a display of temper, so I couldn’t understand what sis was saying about JK Rowling having a hot temper. She misunderstood the question and thought this was talking about Jo Marsh the writer and Jo R today, rather than Jo Marsh the character and Jo R as a little girl. Again, thanks.

  5. Lou says:

    Job well done Kyle, I think she could be a possible 4x champ for 2016, we will have to see how well she does tomorrow. How many of the clues did all three plays get for today’s jeopardy?

    • VJ says:

      not sure what you’re asking in your last question. If it is total clues played by all 3 players, there were 3 clues left on the board in the first round, and they cleared the board in the second round.

      If you want to know how many each one got right or wrong, J-Archive will have that information when they put this particular game up in a day or so.

      • Lou says:

        I was wondering the total number because there was mention of something like 41/55 or 39/55 — something like that. How many of the questions out of all the 55 they got or so. that was what I was referring to and how many clues were not uncovered.

        • VJ says:

          There are 30 clues in each round. Today the player’s uncovered 57 clues out of 60.

          When you see a comment from aaaa on here showing AA/BB, AA is how many clues he got right and BB is how many clues were uncovered during the two rounds. So whichever one you saw that had ??/55, it meant that 5 clues were left on the board before Final Jeopardy.