Final Jeopardy: 3-13-17 to 3-17-17

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of March 13 through March 17, 2017.

Mon, March 13 – Correct answers: 3
Among the places he visited on his second missionary journey were Galatia & Corinth. show

Tue, March 14 – Correct answers: 3
This is the most populous city on the world’s most populous island; both begin with the same letter show

Wed, March 15 – Correct answers: 2
This city’s international airport is named for Antonio Carlos Jobim, who co-wrote a 1964 hit song. show

Thu, March 16 – Correct answers: 1
The name of this popular beer brand founded in 1897 is a reference to the 20th century. show

Fri, March 17 – Correct answers: 1
William Goldman asked his daughters what he should write about; they said these 2 things, which he combined. 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.

We began the week with 2 triple solves, then went down to 2. Only one player got FJ on Thursday and the same thing happened on Friday. Monday’s Biblical Who’s Who clue had to be the easiest. Know what? They just had a category called “Who’s Who in the Bible” on Feb. 23, in the College Championship Finals, Part 1.

Jeopardy! champs for the week of March 13, 2017

Jessica Johnston returned on Monday and won a second game, but it was toodles to Jessica on Tuesday and hola to Grant McSheffrey. He continued his reign for 2 more matches. On Friday, he was dethroned by Rebecca Wald. Alex must have been real happy with 2 big paydays this week: Grant hit the $30K mark on Wednesday, but Rebecca topped it with $31,200 on Friday.

Here is the Zodiac Rhyme Time category from Thursday. Make up your own rhyme if they missed your sign.

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