Spoiler Talk: CotD (Fri)

14 Responses

  1. lynn says:

    Where is the norm?

    • VJ says:

      If you mean the regular recap, I was preempted today and so far, all I know is 1st, 2nd and 3rd. I just updated the Early Spoiler and will have the recap as soon as possible.

  2. Dalton Higbee says:

    Is Jeopardy preempted there in New York City today?

  3. Dalton Higbee says:

    I’m even surprised Jeopardy! was on today. Supposed to be preempted.

  4. SG says:

    They should have had this clue for yesterday’s show since yesterday was her birthday.

    • jacob ska says:

      SG, I see you’re fan also. Hard to believe she’s 71. She is one smart lady. Says she writes a song almost every day…even when on tour. What a brain!

    • VJ says:

      They really should have had it yesterday, SG. She was featured on the birthday list too because I will always love her song by that name. :)

      Wish they would have a clue about the Hokey Pokey or the Bunny Hop today. Ray Anthony is 94.

  5. rhonda says:

    Maybe the movie that she made was called Coat of Many Colors? I think she made a sequel to it, too, or maybe my brain is much too addled this morning.
    I doubt Jeopardy will air here tonight, the evening news is extending its broadcast. Ridiculous.

    • JLane says:

      Thank you and I stand corrected… obviously the clue was referencing the movie. I had completely forgotten about that. Many thanks for the commentary!

  6. JLane says:

    Am I missing something in the clue… but wasn’t the album they’re referencing called “COAT of Many Colors”, not “LOVE of Many Colors”?

    • jacob ska says:

      JLane, the album to which you refer was released in the 1970s. Her 2016 album is titled P&S but she refers to it as what the clue states on stage. I recall seeing her on tv a month or so ago & she used the phrase in today’s clue.

  7. jacob ska says:

    Love this singer/songwriter. Will not allow anyone to buy the rights to any songs she writes & that included Elvis. Wrote & owns lyrics to song made famous by the late Whitney Houston “I’ll Always Love You.”

    Brilliant & ambitious imo. Does not just work 9 to 5.

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