Category: Jeopardy Recaps


Final Jeopardy: American Literature

The Final Jeopardy question (7/11/2014), in the category “American Literature” was: Published in 1925, it still sells 500,000 copies a year & was on the bestseller lists in 2013. New...

Final Jeopardy: In the Dictionary

The Final Jeopardy question (7/10/2014), in the category “In the Dictionary” was: This adjective can mean “delicate”, “heavenly” or, in chemistry, “related to C4H10O”. 2x champ Campbell Warner has racked...

Final Jeopardy: Science Words

The Final Jeopardy question (7/8/2014), in the category “Science Words” was: Appropriately, this word from Latin for “unfold” isn’t in the first edition of “Origin of Species” but does appear...

Final Jeopardy: Government

The Final Jeopardy question (7/7/2014), in the category “Government” was: “Features” at the website of this agency include “Protection”, “Investigations” & “Know Your Money”. New champ Kay Thanaporn won the...

Final Jeopardy: Fictional Locales

The Final Jeopardy question (7/4/2014), in the category “Fictional Locales” was: Featured in a 1933 novel, it may have been inspired by the 1920s Tibetan travel writer Joseph Rock. 2...

Final Jeopardy: Famous Objects

Today’s Final Jeopardy question (7/3/2014), in the category “Famous Objects” was: In 1950 the England-Scotland border was closed for the first time in 400 years to try to recover this...

Final Jeopardy: U.S. Geography

The Final Jeopardy question (7/2/2014), in the category “U.S. Geography” was: 2 places called Point Udall, referred to as the USA’s easternmost & westernmost points, are in these 2 territories....