Final Jeopardy: 12-30-13 to 1-3-14

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of December 30, 2013, with links to the full recaps.

Mon, December 30 – Correct answers: 1
When evidence was lacking, juries of yore would reply with this Latin word meaning “We do not know”; now it means a dunce. show

Tue, December 31: Correct answers: 1
Woodrow Wilson said this man had enough genius to be immortal & “unschooled passion enough to have made him infamous.” show

Wed, January 1 – Correct answers: 1
This intellectual forum started in 1984, bringing together people from 3 different industries, hence its 3-letter name. show

Thu, January 2 – Correct answers: 2
In the 50s he won a Tony for Best Supporting Actor in a musical & a Best Actor Oscar for playing the same role, a monarch. show

Fri, January 3 – Correct answers: 3
In 1947 Churchill called it “the worst form of government except all those other forms that have been tried.” show

No Triple Stumpers for the second week in a row and, at last, one triple solve — the first since December 11th.

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