Final Jeopardy: Signers of the Constitution

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11 Responses

  1. aaaa says:

    46/56. 2003 was the last time three games in a row had someone not make it to FJ!

  2. Lou says:

    What is going on this week? Are all these newcomers for jeopardy really have a lack of knowledge to the clues in each of the Categories? And why did nil said Keats twice in a row, VJ? I wonder how those guys were selected when they were not prepared

    • VJ says:

      Seems like a combination of things to me, Lou. Too many guesses, for sure, something they should avoid in the last row, But also not being able to get back on track because they’re being out-buzzed on the easier clues and also because the boards aren’t getting finished. I’m sure that’s because of those long video clues and/or categories! Gosh! That panda was very cute today but that clue was sooooo long!

      I think Nil had it in his mind that Keats was going to be an answer to something. LOL. Kinda like me and Rhonda and our 49ers/Joe Montana Plan. At least that $2K poem was actually about Keats.

      I was bummed that no one got “The Ancient Mariner.” I think someone would have if they had went with the “with my cross-bow I shot the Albatross” line. Still, I liked the part they picked and thought the word “cross-bow” would do it.

      • Lou says:

        Agreed, I love that video of the panda! Also That McHenry name shouldn;t throw these guys off since his name is named after the Tunnel in Baltimore, MD. My parents travelled to that tunnel to visit Florida 10 years ago and the same to washington DC when my brother had his 8th grade spelling bee down there. Such memorable times all those years ago.

  3. Dalton Higbee says:

    Nil had minus $3,000.

  4. Dalton Higbee says:

    This is the third game in a row with a two player Final Jeopardy.

  5. Charles Brown says:

    The pasta clue butterflies in Italian, drew a blank.