Final Jeopardy: TV Characters

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12 Responses

  1. mimsy says:

    I didn’t see that coming. I’ll make a toast to Annie when I try that Queen of Spades cocktail.

  2. Dalton Higbee says:

    I am speechless. I thought Annie was going to win, and we have YET to have a correct FJ response on Fridays by the leader.

    • William Weyser says:

      And Annie pulled a Cliff Clavin by allowing an eliminated player in Adam back into contention.

      • William Weyser says:

        What I mean by that is the difference between Annie & Jessica is $7,200, which is more than what Adam has. Since Adam has less than the difference between Annie & Jessica. Adam can’t win assuming that Annie wagers appropriately. If Jessica doubles up, she’ll have $24,800, so Annie needs to wager $5,201. If Annie is wrong with that wager, she’ll be left with $19,199, and the most that Adam can get to is $11,600, so he’s out, and the most that Annie can wager, so as to stay above Adam no matter what he does, is $7,999. If Annie wagers more than that, which she did, than unfortunately that’s called ”Pulling A Cliff Clavin”, because she woke Adam up from the dead, meaning that she allowed Adam back into contention. Annie, you can’t do that!

  3. rhonda says:

    VJ, do you know what the $600 clue in the Air category was? Miss Naughty was barking again lol.

    • VJ says:

      Here it is, Rhonda: “Recticle is the technical name for this part of intersecting lines in a firearm scope”

      It’s supposed to be reticle but that didn’t stop Annie from getting it

    • VJ says:

      P.S. I found some interesting articles for the extra clues. You’ll like the one about the doggie. The one about the 19th President is pretty good, too. :)

      LINK: 8 more clues from this match

      • rhonda says:

        Thanks for the interesting articles, too, VJ. I knew the doggie breed but had no idea it got its name from a fictional character.

        • VJ says:

          Good work on that clue, Rhonda. I had a very dim memory of hearing the name before but couldn’t remember the second word.

  4. VJ says:

    Jessica broke Annie’s lock on that game 2 clues before she got her Daily Double.

    My mom was a huge General Hospital fan. Before he was MacGyver, Richard Dean Anderson played Dr. Jeff Webber on that soap. He shot himself in the head and lived. I don’t know if MacGyver ever topped that feat. lol

    • Kevin says:

      Sure he did. In fact, after he shot himself, he removed the bullet using a playing card, a spool, some pocket lint, and a blob of candle wax. Unless I’m thinking of a different show. Maybe “Junkyard Wars”?