Final Jeopardy: 6-19-17 to 6-23-17

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of June 12 through June 23, 2017.

Mon, June 19 – Correct answers: 1
On June 17, 1929 this airline’s first passenger flight left Dallas, making stops at Shreveport, Monroe & Jackson. show

Tue, June 20 – Correct answers: 1
The verse from the Sermon on the Mount following “Judge not, that ye be not judged” inspired this Bard comedy title. show

Wed, June 21 – Correct answers: 2
After moving to Johannesburg in 1903, he formed the Passive Resisters Soccer Club. show

Thu, June 22 – Correct answers: 1
Rudolf Abel & this American are most associated with Germany’s Glienicke Bridge on February 10, 1962. show

Fri, June 23 – Correct answers: 0
“Wherever I sat… I would be sitting under the same glass” this, the title of the author’s only novel. 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.

There was only one Final Jeopardy! clue that stumped all 3 players this week, much better than last week. Wednesday’s clue had the most solves, just like last week.

Jeopardy! champs for the week of June 19, 2017

Peter Guekguezian was Monday’s returning champ. He won 2 more games but was defeated by Lisa Evans on Wednesday. Lisa won again on Thursday. Although her luck ran out on Friday, look at that 2-day total! Pat McNamee had the most money left on Friday, when no one got FJ right, so he will be the returning champ on Monday.

The blue laws clue in the “Tangled Up in Blue” category, from Tuesday, got the most attention, at least in Bergen County, NJ. The Mayor of Paramus put the clue on his Facebook page.

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