Welcome to “Jeopardy!” In Review! This week, we will be revisiting the episodes from February 7 through February 11.
Many fans may not have been able to watch “Jeopardy!” this week due to the Olympic coverage, so we’re here to catch you up on everything you missed!
So, without further ado, let’s get started!
Monday, February 7 – Emma Returns
On Monday, Emma, a consultant, returned as three-day champ with winnings of $54,199 dollars. She was defended her title against Jennifer, a social worker, and Lawrence, a nursing student and stay-at-home uncle.
The first round featured categories like “The Wrath of Khan,” “The World Series,” and “& Then To The Opera House!” Going into the second round, Emma had $3,200, Lawrence had $1,600, and Jennifer had $1,200 dollars.
In the second round, the contestants faced categories like “Angels & Demons & Insurance Agents,” “Photographers,” “International Airlines,” and “Words With Numbers In Them.” Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Lawerence had $14,800 dollars due to a smart Daily Double wager. Emma had $11,600 and Jennifer had $5,600 dollars.
The Final Jeopardy! category was “Toys & Games.” The clue read: “Its co-creator said adding an ‘L’ to the end of the 1st word in the original title of this board game invented in 1979 ‘made it’.”
Only Lawrence provided a correct answer of “What is Trivial Pursuit?” Lawrence added $8,401 dollars to his score for a new one-day total of $23,201 dollars.
Tuesday, February 8 – Lawrence Returns
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On Tuesday, Lawrence, a one-day champ with winnings of $23,201, defended his title against Andrés, a student at Cornell, and Krystle, an executive assistant.
In the first round, the contestants faced categories such as “The Last Thousand Years,” “Cooking Aids,” and “The Song Title Pronoun.” At the end of the first round, Krystle had the lead with $7,000 dollars. Lawrence was closed behind at $5,800 and Andrés had -$200.
In the second round, the contestants faced categories such as “His Big Paint Sale,” “Connect Four,” “Just ‘Z’ Movie For You” and “What Acute Accent.” Krystle ended the round with $10,600 dollars. Lawrence had $10,200 and Andrés was out of the hole with $800.
The Final Jeopardy! category was “20th Century Fiction.” The clue read: “The author’s foreword to this novel says, ‘When I read it now I feel myself back again on the steamer from Aswan to Wadi Halfa.'”
Only Lawrence provided a correct answer of “What is ‘Death on the Nile’?” He added $10,190 dollars to win $20,390 for a two-day total of $43,591 dollars.
Wednesday, February 9 – Lawrence Returns
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On Wednesday, Lawrence returned with his two-day winnings of $43,591 dollars. He faced off against James, a historian and professor, and Michelle, a high school history teacher.
The first round contained categories such as “Books for Young Readers,” “The Business of Television,” “Isle ‘B’,” and “The Judge of That.” Going into the second round, Lawrence had $5,200, Michelle had $4,400, and James had $4,000 dollars.
The second round contained categories such as “Mismatched Pairs,” “3-Letter Animals,” “In Authors’ Footsteps,” and “It’s Time for a Word.” Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Lawrence had $18,000, Michelle had $13,200, and James had $8,800 dollars.
The Final Jeopardy! category was “American Cities.” The clue read: Recorded on a visit to this California city, YouTube’s first video featured a man saying, ‘They have really, really, really long trunks.'”
Lawrence and Michelle both provided a correct answer of “What is San Diego?” Lawrence bet big and added $13,201 to his score for a three-day total of $74,792.
Thursday, February 10 – Lawrence Returns
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On Thursday, Lawrence returned with his three-day winnings of $74,792 dollars. He faced off against Nick, a technical services engineer, and Kelsey, a program manager.
The first round featured categories like “Other Countries Separated By A Common Language,” “Amusing Canadians,” “War,” and “Go Fish.” Going into the second round, Lawrence had $5,200, Nick had $3,400, and Kelsey had $2,400 dollars.
The second round featured categories like “Add A Letter,” “From The British Royal Website,” “Recent Books,” and “Singing About the Weather.” Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Nick had $13,000, Kelsey had $12,800, and Lawrence had $8,600 dollars.
The Final Jeopardy! category was “20th Century People.” The clue read: “In 1946 she was aboard a train to Darjeeling when she heard what she later described as ‘the call within a call.'”
All three contestants provided a correct answer of “Who is Mother Theresa?” Nick added $12,900 dollars to his score to become the new one-day champion with $25,900 dollars.
Friday, February 11 – Nick Returns
On Friday, Nick returned with a one-day total of $25,900 dollars. He faced off against Dave, a writer, and Gillian, a University of Kansas student.
The first round featured categories like “Names of the Past,” “American Folklore,” “My Movie Occupation,” and “Ordinal Phrases.” At the end of the first round, Dave scored an impressive lead with $7,200 dollars. Nick had $1,200 and Gillian had -$400 dollars.
The second round featured categories such as “A Place in the Sun,” “Weapons,” “Flower Names,” and “Translate the British English.” Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Dave had $29,800, Nick had $13,600, and Gillain had $4,000 dollars.
The Final Jeopardy! category was “International Playrights.” The clue read: “A piece of writing advice from this man who died in 1904 concludes, ‘Otherwise don’t put it there.'”
Many fans were able to guess what seemed like an obvious answer of “Who was Chekhov?” However, only Dave was correct. He added $200 dollars to his score to win a $30,000 dollar one-day total.
But will Dave be able to add to his winning streak? Fans will just have to tune in next Monday to find out!