Final Jeopardy: Fictional Characters’ Last Words

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  1. VJ says:

    Sometimes they have foreign book titles as a category. So far, they have had this novel in German, a $1K clue in the 3/6/2012 match and Spanish, a $200 clue in the 2/26/2003 match where they helpfully put the author’s name first. Here are the French and Italian titles in case they ever come up:

    French – Sa Majesté des mouches
    Italian – Il signore delle mosche

    I was curious to know if Piggy had the same name in foreign versions. He does except in French, where he is called Porcinet

    8 more clues from the match – LINK

    • rhonda says:

      Thanks for posting the foreign book titles, VJ
      lots of fun. I especially like Piggy’s name in French, being a petit lapin myself lol.

  2. jacob ska says:

    Congrats Sharath. Great game to watch.

    Had no clue on fj.

    • William Weyser says:

      So, this leaves the possibility open that Sharath could play a 5th quarter-final rematch against Michael Borecki, who defeated Sharath, but the only way for that possibility to actually happen is if Michael wins his semi-final, which airs on Friday of this week. Well, any event, Congratulations to Sharath, we’ll see him in the finals. Lily & Lucia, although you 2 ladies survived the last round, you will not survive beyond this.

  3. Dalton Higbee says:

    For the second time this week, we had Detroit as the wrong answer and Chicago as the correct answer, it was daily double on Monday’s game, but will we see the 2016 Teen Tournament winner in the Tournament of Champions?

    • VJ says:

      Yeah and Lucia lost a bundle on that DD on Monday. Since it was Chicago that time, she probably thought it’s got to be Detroit for real this time. I’m sure she has since found out that Detroit is not on Lake Michigan.

    • William Weyser says:

      Again, I hope so.