Today’s Final Jeopardy – March 27, 2018


Here’s today’s Final Jeopardy (in the category 1960s No. 1 Songs) for Tuesday, March 27, 2018 (Season 34, Episode 142):

Complaints about heavy workloads inspired the titles of 2 songs by this group, No. 1 hits 7 months apart

(correct response beneath the contestants)


Today’s contestants:

Robert Dimitri, a management & production assistant from Los Angeles, California
Robert Dimitri on Jeopardy!
Katy Rosati, a communications manager from New York, New York
Katy Rosati on Jeopardy!
Johnny Trutor, an instructional technologist from Colchester, Vermont (1-day total: $14,000)
Johnny Trutor on Jeopardy!

Robert is a Patreon supporter of The Jeopardy! Fan (and Complete The List). You too can contribute!

---Advertisement---

(Content continues below)


If you appreciate the work I do here on The Jeopardy! Fan and would like to make a one-time contribution to the site, you may do so here!


Correct response: Who are the Beatles?


Did you know that you can now find game-by-game stats of everyone, including Austin Rogers, who has won 10 or more games on Jeopardy!, here on the site?


More information about Final Jeopardy:

The two songs were “A Hard Day’s Night” (No. 1 in August 1964) and “Eight Days A Week” (No. 1 in March 1965). Both song titles are often attributed to the malapropisms of drummer Ringo Starr, but in the Beatles Anthology book, Paul McCartney attributed the title of “Eight Days A Week” to a chauffeur who was driving McCartney to John Lennon’s house.


There’s always something new coming into The Jeopardy! Fan Online Store, including something perfect for Philadelphia football fans! Here are our top-selling items!


Scores going into Final:
Katy $16,300
Robert $12,600
Johnny $11,800


Tonight’s results:
Johnny $11,800 – $11,800 = $0 (Who are the Rolling Stones?)
Robert $12,600 + $11,001 = $23,601 (1-day total: $23,601)
Katy $16,300 + $3,000 = $19,300


Robert Dimitri, today's Jeopardy! winner (for the March 27, 2018 episode.)


Scores after the Jeopardy! Round:
Johnny $6,600
Robert $5,800
Katy $4,400


---Advertisement---


Opening break taken after: 15 clues


Daily Double locations:
1) LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES “M” $1000 (5th pick)
Robert 1000 +1000 (Johnny 0 Katy -200)
2) A LITTLE BIRDIE TOLD ME… $2000 (28th pick)
Katy 10800 +1500 (Johnny 13800 Robert 12600)
3) THE HISTORY BOOKSHELF $1600 (29th pick) ($2000 remaining on the board)
Katy 12300 +2000 (Johnny 13800 Robert 12600)
Overall Daily Double Efficiency for this game: 130


Unplayed clues:
J! round: None!
DJ! Round: None!
Total $ Left On Board: $0


Game Stats:
Robert $12,600 Coryat, 19 correct, 1 incorrect, 31.58% in first on buzzer
Katy $16,400 Coryat, 19 correct, 2 incorrect, 29.82% in first on buzzer
Johnny $11,800 Coryat, 16 correct, 2 incorrect, 29.82% in first on buzzer
Combined Coryat Score: $40,800
Lach Trash: $6,800 (on 6 Triple Stumpers)
Coryat lost to incorrect responses (less double-correct responses): $6,400


Johnny Trutor, final stats:
38 correct, 7 incorrect
36.36% in first on buzzer (40/110)
1/1 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: $3,800)
1/2 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $11,500


Robert Dimitri, stats to date:
20 correct, 1 incorrect
31.58% in first on buzzer (18/57)
1/1 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: $1,000)
1/1 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $12,600


Robert Dimitri, to win:
2 games: 41.99%
3: 17.63%
4: 7.40%
5: 3.11%
6: 1.30%
Avg. streak: 1.724 games.


Become a Supporter now! Make a monthly contribution to the site on Patreon!


Contestant photo credit: jeopardy.com

When commenting, please note that all comments on The Jeopardy! Fan must be in compliance with the Site Comment Policy.

If you are going to quote any statistics from this page or this website, attribution is required.


Have you had a chance to listen to our new podcast game show, Complete The List, yet? Check it out! It’s also available on Apple Podcasts.



19 Comments on "Today’s Final Jeopardy – March 27, 2018"

  1. so much for your hope that Lisa’s bet last week would make everyone study wagering cause that never happen aslongs as game like this happens with the leader not covering.

    • for the record, there’s no way that anyone at this taping would have seen what Lisa did in hers.

      • true but what it does it shows other people that the leader don’t always cover and tell them they need to go all in cause you never know what the leader is thinking.

        • john blahuta | March 27, 2018 at 11:09 pm |

          Alex seems to know, because he started saying “The Beatles ” a fraction of a second before Robert’s answer was revealed. It seems to me that Alex – at least AFTER the music stops- knows the answers by the contestants and probably also their wagers?
          After all, he has already the card in hands that has all the info. He does not wait for the answers or wagers to be revealed but reads them off. True, you don’t know BEFOREHAND what somebody may wager.

  2. john blahuta | March 27, 2018 at 1:29 pm |

    What was Katy thinking? This wager was plucked out of thin air and did not cover against anybody, not even Johnny.
    On the bright side at least the DDs were answered correctly and no clues were left.

    • I can often see why in some situations where a leader might bet small, possibly anticipating mind games out of a trailer.

      But this situation was one where 2nd place had significant incentive to make a large bet — namely, to protect against third — and thus it seemed like a poor read of the situation at hand by the leader.

  3. Scott William | March 27, 2018 at 3:49 pm |

    I see the text above which says “Robert is a Patreon supporter of The Jeopardy! Fan (and Complete The List)”.

    It’s great to see that his enthusiasm for watching Jeopardy, and support for the site, has led to victory in a televised game! Congrats Robert!

  4. Scott Gunvaldson | March 27, 2018 at 6:49 pm |

    Today’s champion looks a lot like a contestant who was on a rerun today of The Chase on the Game Show.Network. Anyone know?

  5. He is one of the winners on The Chase, winning a third share of $110,000. I thought I recognized him from The Chase (I watched the rerun today) because of the way he claps his hands.

  6. The lyrics of Eight Days a Week are about a guy loving his girl, no? It seems like a stretch to say that is a heavy work load.

    • The clue didn’t say anything about lyrics. The clue said titles. There’s a difference. The title inspiration of both songs are in the post above.

  7. Interesting that Katy Rosati apparently is IBM’s press person for Watson! (However, she didn’t start in that role until after the J! experiment.)

  8. Anyone looking to leave a comment at this point regarding the Final Jeopardy for this episode should look at the following article:

    There Was Nothing Wrong With The March 27, 2018 Final Jeopardy

    • Andy, the only thing wrong with that Final Jeopardy was the unfathomably poor wager by Katy! Personally, I would rather risk losing every time due to a wrong answer than to lose despite leading and getting FJ correct!

  9. , can anybody tell me the episode number and season that Robert was on yesterday’s show The Chase? I would like to see it

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: