|Sally Neumann, a mental health counselor from Seattle, WA
||Joe Mulder, a closed captioner from Marshall, MN
||Liz Haigney Lynch, a freelance writer & genealogist from Monclair, NJ (2-day total: $49,600)
Scores going into Final Jeopardy:
Final Jeopardy! category: EUROPEAN LITERATURE
Final Jeopardy! clue: Episodes in this 1922 work include The Lotus Eaters & Ithaca
What is “Ulysses”? (Incorrect responses, if any, and full stats, can be found in the comments section.
Liz 5400 – 5394 = 6
Sally 13900 – 3000 = 10900 (1-day total: $10,900)
Joe 14600 – 13201 = 1399
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Episode #5 is “The Lotus Eaters”. Episode #17 is “Ithaca”.
This really would have been a better Final Jeopardy last Thursday, what with June 16th being known now as “Bloomsday” (all of the book’s action, of course, takes place on June 16, 1904).
While I haven’t read the book myself, I definitely remember Megan Barnes taunting Steve Bahnaman on Season 1 of “500 Questions”, after Steve missed a question regarding the book’s final word (That word, by the way: “Yes!”)
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