Final Jeopardy: 1-11-16 to 1-15-16

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of January 11 through January 15, 2016.

Mon, Jan 11 – Correct answers: 3
This poem includes the line “But Flynn let drive a single, to the wonderment of all”. show

Tue, Jan 12 – Correct answers: 2
Slave trader turned minister John Newton wrote this hymn that 1st appeared in 1779 as “Faith’s Review and Expectation”. show

Wed, Jan 13 – Correct answers: 2
For factual details, the author of this 1972 tale drew on a book called “The Private Life of the Rabbit”. show

Thurs, Jan 14 – Correct answers: 0
In Verne’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth”, explorers enter an Icelandic volcano & emerge on this island off Sicily. show

Fri, Jan 15 – Correct answers: 1
This country whose name contains a religious order founded in the 1200s has a bible on its flag. show

We don’t think anyone will disagree that this week’s hardest Final Jeopardy! clue was Thursday’s. You either knew that or you didn’t and the players didn’t. Monday’s baseball poetry clue gets our vote for the easiest.

Jeopardy Champs for the week of 1-11-16

It was another “almost” week in our search for a 4x champ. Monday’s returning champ was Adam Hoskins. He won again but that was it for him when he was defeated by Amelia Hershberger on Tuesday. Amelia went on to win 3 games. She lost on Friday to Mike Drummond.

In addition to waiting for a 4x champ, we are also waiting for the return of 2x Jeopardy champ, Claudia Corriere, who had to delay her third appearance after her December 18th victory. We’ll be looking for her in the new Howdies Monday.

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1 Response

  1. Cece says:

    FJ’s: 3 relating to literary stuff (including a baseball poem), and 2 relating to religious stuff.

    Huh.