Final Jeopardy: 21st Century Grammys

Today’s Final Jeopardy question (9/12/2017) in the category “21st Century Grammys” was:

This singer has won Album, Record & Song of the Year twice, the only artist to do so.

New champ Laura Kelsay won $14,400 in the first game of Season 34. In her second game, she is up against these two players: Chris Fennell, from Ottawa, Ontario; and Linda Shaver-Gleason, from Lompoc, CA.

Round 1 Categories: Art & Artists – Also a Baseball Word – Vicki Leaks – Reality TV – 20th Century Novels – Works Like a Charm

Laura found the Jeopardy! round Daily Double in “20th Century Novels” under the $1,000 clue with just 3 clues left after it. She was in a tie for the lead with Linda. They both had $4,600, $1,400 more than Chris. She bet $1,200 and she was RIGHT.

A domesticated dog reverts to its wild state in “The Call of the Wild”; the opposite happens in this other book by Jack London. show

Laura finished in the lead with $6,600. Linda was second with $4,600 and Chris was last with $3,200.

Round 2 Categories: “Cross”Words – Multiple Roles, Same Film – Magic & Sorcery in the Bible – Whirled of Warcraft – Travel France – Bone Voyage

Laura found the first Daily Double in “Multiple Roles, Same Film” under the $1,600 clue on the 15th pick. She was in the lead with $10,600, $800 more than Linda in second place. She bet $1,200 and she was RIGHT.

In 1940’s “The Great Dictator”, this comedian played a Jewish barber & a takeoff of Hitler named Adenoid Hynkel. show

Laura found the last Daily Double in “Magic & Sorcery in the Bible” under the $1,600 clue, with 7 clues left after it. In second place with $12,600, she had $800 less than Linda’s lead. She bet $1,500 and she was RIGHT.

This Phoenician princess & wife of King Ahab was accused of practicing witchcraft as Queen of Israel. show

Laura finished in the lead with $22,100. Linda was next with $13,400 and Chris was in third place with $12,000.

ALL of the contestants got Final Jeopardy! right.

WHO IS ADELE?

On Adele’s Grammy Awards page, you can see the two years that she won Best Album, Record and Song of the Year: the 59th Annual Grammy Awards (2016) for her album “25” and her song “Hello”; and the 54th Annual Grammy Awards (2011) for her album “21” and her song “Rolling in the Deep.”

Chris bet $10,101 and finished with $22,101.

Linda crossed out Kanye West to switch to the right answer. She bet $10,601, bringing her up to $24,001.

Laura bet $5,800 bet so she won her second match with $27,900. Her 2-day total is $42,300.

Final Jeopardy (9/12/2017) Laura Kelsay, Linda Shaver-Gleason, Chris Fennell

A triple stumper from each round:

VICKI LEAKS ($1000) Although she had 9 children, Queen Victoria was the last monarch of this royal house

TRAVEL FRANCE ($1200) The Place aux Herbes in this “saintly” resort town on the Riviera is a charming area of veggie, fruit & flower stalls

2 years ago: Only ONE of the players got this FJ in “Great Thinkers”

239 years ago he wrote of “the enormous debts which… will in the long run probably ruin all the great nations of Europe” show

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4 Responses

  1. aaaa says:

    On the full credit roll for this episode is Alex Trebek’s stepdaughter Nicky, from his marriage in the 70s to Elaine Trebek(now Karas). Nicky was a production assistant on the show in the 80s but her name has not been in the credits for 20+ years, but it’s back in the credits. She must be back working on the show after a long hiatus.

  2. VJ says:

    That would have been another runaway for Laura if she went with some bigger DD bets!

    LINK: 10 more clues from this match. I actually had this done 40 mins ago but I got sidetracked trying to download “Green Eggs & Ham” to the Kids Kindle. How that thing works is a mystery to everyone but the kid.

  3. Lou says:

    I love Adele her songs When We Were Young, Rolling in the Deep, Someone Like you and Rumor Has It are my favorite songs. Laura’s second game reminds me of Alan Lin’s second game back in April of 2017 where Meike was dominating for most of the round until she missed final jeopardy. Glad that all three got final right today, VJ. Which one of Adele’s songs shown here won her the record of the year?

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