Final Jeopardy: 9-14-15 to 9-18-15

Here are the Final Jeopardy questions and answers for the week of September 14, 2015, the first week of Season 32.

Mon, Sept 14 – Correct answers: 0
The title of this poem that begins the 1916 book “Mountain Interval” was inspired by long country walks. show

Tue, Sept 15 – Correct answers: 1
239 years ago he wrote of “the enormous debts which… will in the long run probably ruin all the great nations of Europe.” show

Wed, Sept 16 – Correct answers: 2
This song from a 1999 animated film about censorship had a word censored from its Oscar performance. show

Thurs, Sept 17 – Correct answers: 1
On an 1851 visit to Europe, Mathew Brady had hoped to meet this man who inspired him, but he died just as Brady set sail. show

Fri, Sept 18 – Correct answers: 3
It’s the only letter of the Greek alphabet whose English spelling could also be identified as a number in Roman numerals. show

Last season. we noticed that Friday was usually the easiest clue of the week and that proved to be true in this season’s first week, at least for the contestants. It was the only one all 3 players got.

Champ Roundup: Tara Anderson, the returning champ from the last game of Season 31, lost her second game to Ed Kim on Monday. On Tuesday, Audrey Watkins-Fox took the title away from Ed and she hung unto it until Thursday, when Natalie Lips prevailed. Natalie scored a runaway at the end of Double Jeopardy! on Friday. Go, Natalie!

Jeopardy champ, Season 32, Week 1

On Wednesday, a contestant named Talia Lavin from New Jersey blew up the internet with her answer to that “Oscar-Nominated Songs” final. There was a slew of articles and clips of it with headlines like “Jeopardy! Contestant Trolls Alex Trebek with SNL Joke” (that one was in the NY Post). Jeopardy! published their own clip on Thursday.

FOX News caught up with Talia to get her reaction to all that attention.

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