Jeopardy! recap for Thur., Jan. 18

Jeopardy! recap for Thur., Jan. 18 – Let’s meet today’s contestants:

– Marilyn, a retired legal secretary from Richland, Miss. who teaches the “start, keep going and finish” quilting method;
– Ryan, an account manager from Los Angeles, CA, whose wife is from the South – Austrailia, that is; and
– Lee, a teacher from Raleigh, NC, who hikes the Hadrian’s Wall trail. Lee is a one-day champ with winnings of $22,400.

Ryan and Marilyn both had shots at Lee’s lead in DJ by each hitting a DD, but both missed, resulting in another runaway for Lee at $18,400 vs. $8,000 for both Ryan and Marilyn.

DD1 – BRITISH CABINETRY – Most cabinet meetings take place at a residence with this address (Mariyn won $1,000)

DD2 (video) – BIBLICAL ART – This Italian had a birth of religiosity late in life and painted works like “Mystic Nativity” in 1500 (Ryan lost $3,000)

DD3 – PRISONER OF WAR CAMPS – The only president who had been a P.O.W., he was held in Camden, S.C. by the British while just a teenager in 1781 (Marilyn lost $5,000)

FJ – SNACK FOODS – The name of this cracker that’s been around since 1903 suggests that it was baked 3 times

Lee and Marilyn were correct on FJ, with Lee picking up $2,000 to win with $20,400 and a two-day total of $42,800.

This day in Trebekistan: In the “Homophonic Animals” category, Alex offered an impression of a wailing whale that amused Marilyn, but Lee wasn’t having any fun with the category, wanting to “end the misery”.

Correct Qs:

DD1 – What is 10 Downing Street?
DD2 – Who was Botticelli?
DD3 – Who was Andrew Jackson?
FJ – What is Triscuit?