Spoiler Talk: CotD (Mon)
Here’s Monday’s peek at the NY Times Clue of the Day BEFORE the game airs. This clue may be today’s Final Jeopardy! and you can make a prediction on how many players will get this right and/or leave a hint on the right answer.
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10 clues, Same Category: These clues are all about “Autobiographies,” one from 1988 and a more recent one from 2012.
Round 2: 10/14/1988
$200: Dodgers’ catcher who concluded, “It’s Good to be Alive”
$400: She wrote “Beloved Infidel”
$600: He wrote “My Wicked Wicked Ways”
$800: At age 82, this “Thin Man” co-star published “Being & Becoming”
$1000: He’s written 62 books including his autobiography “My Life on Trial” show
Round 2: 2/22/2012
$400: A Southerner: “First Lady from Plains”
$800: An aviator: “The Spirit of St. Louis”
$1200: A Russian-American novelist: “Speak, Memory”
$1600: A Vietnam veteran: “Born on the Fourth of July”
$2000: A militant & prisoner: “Soul on Ice” show
Today’s Quote: The first principle is that you must not fool yourself and you are the easiest person to fool. ~ Richard P. Feynman