Final Jeopardy: Commonwealth Countries

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12 Responses

  1. Dalton Higbee says:

    VJ, you were so lucky you even got to see Jeopardy! on Monday and Tuesday.

  2. Ken Brown says:

    I would like more teen tournaments in a variety of age groups.

  3. Cece says:

    I’m pre-empted like most, but I don’t think I’ll miss much. Let’s see…many TS’s, 2 missed DD’s, low scores, triple stumper FJ. No, I’m good.

    I’m curious, though, if Alex gave Georjean the benefit of a ‘be more specific’ on her response of ‘Sodium’, or if time ran out. If Donna deserved a bms Friday on “Rough and Ready”, so did Georjean tonight. But that’s just me. :)

    • VJ says:

      @Cece, he didn’t give her a “be more specific.” She thought about it a few seconds, gave her response, and he said “mmmm, no. What is sodium chloride?– salt,” not even pausing as he sometimes does, to give a player a second or two to realize s/he left something out.

  4. aaaa says:

    There was supposed to be a teen tourney in season 32. The Teen tourney that starts tomorrow night taped last April in DC, was supposed to air in July to wrap up last season, but got moved first to September and then to November. I counted at least 13 triple stumpers in this game, including both revealed DD’s plus FJ!. Getting all those would have meant a lock game or close to it from the fourth podium.

  5. lou says:

    Thanks for sharing this with us VJ, I missed this episode. but well we will see how the teen tournament goes tomrrow and hopefully to see one of the teens go into the tournament of champions later on

    • VJ says:

      You’re welcome, Lou. I liked the “Contemporaries” category in this game. As you can, see one clue was the Daily Double. I’ve got 11 more clues from this game online now and there’s 2 more clues from that category in it. LINK

      Might as well give the other 2 (who answered it in parentheses)

      ($400) Columbus set sail from Spain in 1492, around the time this Renaissance master drew his “Vitruvian Man” (Allon)

      ($1200) In 1890 Sitting Bull was killed & this Iron Chancellor was forced out of office (Georjean)

  6. rhonda says:

    Second Bob Dylan question in a week. Last week the answer was his hometown, Hibbing.

  7. aaaa says: will have info on how to view tonight’s largely preempted episode, the episode will be uploaded later tonight on the website in question

  8. Dalton Higbee says:

    Yes! Alex’s favorite and lovely time of the year, the Teen Tournament begins tomorrow!