Final Jeopardy: 11-21-16 to 11-25-16

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of November 21 through November 25, 2016.

Mon, November 21: – Correct answers: 2
At a May 1989 ceremony in Cape Town, he received a Bachelor of Laws correspondence degree in absentia. show

Tue, November 22 – Correct answers: 3
William Bradford wrote that this document was partly inspired by the “mutinous speeches” of some passengers. show

Wed, November 23 – Correct answers: 3
A newspaper announcing his death in 1801 said he died in England & was “notorious throughout the world” show

Thu, November 24 – Correct answers: 3
In 1525 Spanish New World official Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo wrote, “The flesh of these peacocks is very good” show

Fri, November 25 – Correct answers: 1
He won a Tony & later an Oscar for the same role & decades later, published a memoir called “Master of Ceremonies” show

If you missed any of the games, click on the date for the recap with the Daily Doubles and a triple stumper or two. More clues from this week’s games are on Fikkle Fame’s archive.

The final showdown in the 2016 Teen Tournament took place on Monday and Tuesday with Michael Borecki, Sharath Narayan and Alec Fischthal competing in two final matches. Sharath emerged the victor, taking the $100,000 grand prize, Alec won $50,000 and Michael won $25,000.

The fact that Sharath won by $1 was the most hyped moment of the week. Here is the “Do the Geographic Math” category from the final match. Sharath did so well in it, that it really wasn’t that big of a surprise that he did the math when it came to Final Jeopardy!, was it?

We then returned to the regular games on Wednesday. Andrew Lee defeated returning champ Stephanie Hubley on that day and also won a second match on Thursday. He lost on Friday to Justin Bender who will be the returning champ come Monday.

Jeopardy champs Nov 23-25, 2016

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