Final Jeopardy: 2-9-15 to 2-13-15

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of February 9th (the 2015 Teachers Tournament Semi-Finals and Finals) with links to the full recaps.

Mon, Feb 9 – Correct answers: 2
After his death, he was given full military honors in Greece before his body was returned home for burial at his baronial seat. show

Tue, Feb 10: Correct answers: 1
Winner of a Tony for Best Musical, it culminates with an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. show

Wed, Feb 11 – Correct answers: 0
In 1863, he used the epigraph “I have gathered… other men’s flowers, and nothing but the thread that binds them is my own.” show

Thurs, Feb 12 – Correct answers: 2
Not in the 10 longest, this 1,560 mile river in a fertile basin flows by 29 cities of over 100,000 people. show

Fri, Feb 13 – Correct answers: 0
Nothing is known of his early life in England before 1600 or of the end of his life in North America after June 22, 1611. show

Once again, we had no triple solves this week. We had a total of 5 correct answers out of 15 players. That was one more than last week when only 14 participated in Final Jeopardy! So 15 heads are better than 14. A little, anyway.

Here is Jeopardy’s Semi-Finals video showing the highlights of each finalist’s game. It also shows that Adam doesn’t only slap the podium when he is wrong.

Adam didn’t turn out to be the comeback kid in the final match, but Keith Williams has the skinny on Two-day comebacks from third place.

Can you recall a clue from the tournament that you gave a player major props for answering correctly? VJ’s pick: Bible Briefs – $2,000 – Fiery furnace survivors, S, M & A

Adam buzzed in and nailed it: Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego

I found 4 other clues on J-Archive asking for all 3 names on this. Other times, they will put in 2 of the names and ask for the other or just ask for one of the 3. Out of the 4 other clues, there were 2 wrong and one right, and one reverse ruling for saying Abendego instead of Abednego.

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2 Responses

  1. VJ says:

    Betty, the only game I can recall to have a similar clue was on 6-17-2014. It was a $1600 clue in the category “Solve For” and the clue was:

    x = the number of popes named Benedict plus the number named John Paul

    But it wasn’t a Final Jeopardy! or Daily Double clue. The clue was mentioned in the comments on the recap

  2. Betty Roberge says:

    What was the date of the show and
    question and answer for how many Popes named Francis and Paul have there been
    Thank you