The last crisis question of the day (02/01/2023) in the Literature category was:
PD James’ final novel Death Comes to Pemberley, published in 2011, was a sequel to the 200-year-old novel.
3x champion Jake DeAruda, from Ludlow, the shipping dispatcher in orig. VT, to $68,661. In Game 4, he faces his next two players. Patty Palmer, a retired teacher at a bookstore in Tulsa, Oklahoma.When Aaron Boraan emergency physician from New York, New York.
Round 1 Categories: Inventors and Inventions – Hodgepodge – Gems of Literature – Iraq – You “Break” – Friendly Billiards Game
Jake found Jeopardy! Round the Daily Double for ‘Iraq’ under $800 cues with his 12th pick of the round. Jake is tied with Patti for the lead with $2,200 and $2,400 more than last-placed Aaron. Jake gambled everything and he was right.
About 20% of Iraq’s population today belongs to this ethnic group, which controls three provinces in northern Iraq. show
Who are the Kurds?
Jake came out on top with $7,800. Patti was second with $3,800 and Aaron was last with $1,000. All clues were shown.
Round 2 Categories: Mountains – Pardon Me – If Ancient Greek Gods Were Today – “Z” Category – Names of TV Characters – Overlap
Jake found his first daily double in “Mountains” under $1,200 clue with the 3rd pick of the round. He’s in the lead with his $7,800, making him $4,000 more than Patti in second place. Jake bet $5,000 and he was right.
Despite its proximity to the equator, Africa’s highest peak has more than 15,000 feet of glacier show
What is Kilimanjaro?
Patti won the final daily double on “If Ancient Greek Deities Were Around Today” under a $2,000 clue with the 10th pick of the round. At $6,600 for second place, she is $11,400 less than her Jake lead. Patti bet $6,000 and she was right.
Zeus has a big papa problem in the cure and he defeated and imprisoned Papa, this Titan, in Tartarus.And that dad ate Zeus’ brother show
What is Chronos?
Jake came out on top with $24,800. Patti was his second with $16,200 and Aaron was last with $7,400. All clues were shown.
Only one contestant won the Final Jeopardy. correct.
What is “Pride and Prejudice”?
Pemberley is the name of the mansion owned by Fitzwilliam Darcy and should be familiar to fans of Jane Austen’s 1813 novel Pride and Prejudice. Clues to “Pride and Prejudice” appear frequently in his Jeopardy!, but few in P.D. James’s 2011 mystery novel. In fact, the last time I found him was October 26th, 2018 and he was a triple stamper. FICTION ($2000) He is one of the great British mystery writers who wrote “Death Comes to Pemberley” several centuries ago.
I’m a little confused. Jane Austen’s novel was actually published 198 years before her PD James’ novel. His three-part BBC mini-series Death Comes to Pemberley, first aired on British television 200 years after her Pride and Prejudice was published.
Aaron came up with “Odyssey”. He lost $6,400 and finished with $1,000.
Patty got it right. She bet $16,000 and finished with $32,200.
Jake had another Jane Austen novel, Northanger Abbey (1818). His $7,601 bet dropped to $17,199. That made Patti Palmer the new Jeopardy! champion. Congrats, Patty!
Two triple stampers from the first round:
Inventors and Inventions ($600) In the 1830s, Jeanne Villeprout Power invented this glass vessel to aid her research on paper nautilus.
LITERARY GEMS ($800) Aunt Em and Uncle Henry travel with Dorothy through the big city of Oz.
Other clues on page 2
2 years ago: No player got this FJ in “The Wild West”
Known for their buckskin clothes and long, flowing hair, the two legends met violent ends 38 days apart in Montana and South Dakota show
Who are George Armstrong Custer and Wild Bill Hickok?
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