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Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Actors

The Final Jeopardy question (1/2/2014), in the category “Actors” was: In the 50s he won a Tony for Best Supporting Actor in a musical & a Best Actor Oscar for...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Non-Profit Organizations

The Final Jeopardy question (1/1/2014), in the category “Non-Profit Organizations” was: This intellectual forum started in 1984, bringing together people from 3 different industries, hence its 3-letter name. Current champ...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Word Origins

The Final Jeopardy question (12/30/2013), in the category “Word Origins” was: When evidence was lacking, juries of yore would reply with this Latin word meaning “We do not know”; now...

Final Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy: 12-23 to 12-27-13

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of December 23, 2013, with links to the full recaps. Mon, December 23 – Correct answers: 2 Jimmy Carter held...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: 18th Century America

The Final Jeopardy question (12/27/2013), in the category “18th Century America” was: There were just 13 of these, the title of an historic document; one offered admission to Canada. New...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Tech Terms

The Final Jeopardy question (12/26/2013), in the category “Tech Terms” was: In a July 1990 post Yisrael Radai called this 7-letter term “a word I just coined for Trojans, viruses,...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Authors

The Final Jeopardy question (12/25/2013), in the category “Authors” was: “The American Tolkien” was what Time Magazine called this author with the same 2 middle initials as Tolkien. 2-day champ...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Geopolitical Hot Spots

The Final Jeopardy question (12/24/2013), in the category “Geopolitical Hot Spots” was: On the Grand Trunk Road, the Wagah border separating these two countries since 1947 is called the “Berlin...

Jeopardy Season 30

Final Jeopardy: Presidents & Films

The Final Jeopardy question (12/23/2013) in the category “Presidents & Films” was: Jimmy Carter held 480 screenings at the White House; his first was this film set in 1970s Washington,...