Final Jeopardy: 3-3-14 to 3-7-14

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of March 3, 2014 with links to the full recaps. This week we had the second round of the Battle of the Decades — the 1990s.

This week was rerun from 8/18/14-8/22/14. Just a few more weeks till Season 31 begins!

Mon, March 3 – Correct answers: 0
He is the only 19th century president to serve 2 complete terms with the same vice

Tue, March 4: Correct answers: 1
Twice as long as Hadrian’s Wall, Offa’s Dyke was the traditional border between these 2 lands. show

Wed, March 5 – Correct answers: 1
New research shows that this word that has become ubiquitous dates back to young men also called “macaronis”. show

Thu, March 6 – Correct answers: 2
He’s the most recent winner of 2 Pulitzer Prizes for fiction, winning in 1982 & 1991 for books in the same series. show

Fri, March 7 – Correct answers: 1
In Genesis 4 this name is chosen because God “hath appointed me another seed.” show

The clues this week were certainly more challenging than last week. There was only one triple stumper but no triple solve (from Mon-Thurs). On Friday, there were only two left for the final question. The results for both the 1980s and 1990s are on Friday’s recap.

And here is that last category in Friday’s game, where Brad Rutter got the lock on the last clue:

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