The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (7/25/22) – Fikkle Fame
Today’s (7/25/2022) Final Jeopardy question in the category “The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame” was:
Honored in 1998 as part of a rock band and in 2019 as a solo artist, this singer was the first woman to be inducted into the Hall twice
new champ Karla Fosset, a content administrator from Saco, ME earned $16,600 last Friday. In match 2, she faces: Ed Coulson, professor of economics and real estate from Dana Point, Calif.; and Angela Xua corporate attorney from San Mateo, CA.
Tour 1 Categories: Eastern European History – Breakfast Time – 8 Letter Words – Chemistry – Slow – Your Role
Angela found the Jeopardy! Round Daily Double in “Eastern European History” below $600 on 4th pick. She was in the lead with $400, $200 more than Karla in second place. Angela bet the $1,000 allocation and she was RIGHT.
Now written in the Latin alphabet, the language of Moldavia was written in this alphabet named after a 9th century priest To display
WHAT IS CYRILLIC?
Ed finished first with $5,000. Angela was second with $3,600 and Karla last with $3,400. All clues have been shown.
Round 2 Categories: US Geography – Literature of the Middle Ages – It’s a Bust! – Special “K” – Catchphrases of celebrities – Homonames
Ed found the first Daily Double in “It’s a Bust!” under the index of $1,200 in the 13th choice. He was in the lead with $11,400, $4,400 more than Karla in second place. Ed bet $2,500 and he was RIGHT.
In the painting seen here, Rembrandt represented Aristotle contemplating a bust of this poet To display
WHO IS HOMER?
Karla got the last Daily Double in “Celebrity Catchphrases” under $1,200 at 19th pick. In second place with $9,000, she was $7,300 less than Ed’s lead. Karla bet $4,000 and said “you get a car”. It was FALSE.
In 2012, Merriam-Webster added this inspirational phrase popularized by Oprah To display
WHAT IS AN “A-HA MOMENT”?
Ed finished top with $18,700. Angela was next with $10,000 and Karla was in third place with $7,000. All clues have been shown.
NONE of the contestants got Final Jeopardy! right.
WHO IS STEVIE NICKS?
Stevie Nicks was the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time. She was inducted in 1998 as a member of Fleetwood Mac and in 2019 as a solo artist. At the time, Nicks told CBS Sunday Morning that she felt like she had shattered a glass ceiling. As a prolific songwriter, she could break another if inducted a third time for the hit songs she wrote.
In 2021, Carole King was inducted a second time as a solo performer, having been inducted in 1990 with Gerry Goffin for hits they co-wrote. Tina Turner was also inducted in 2021 as a solo performer, following her first time in 1991 as the lead singer of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. See Wikipedia’s multiple inductee chart for all the guys.
Karla thought it was Beyoncé, who is not yet eligible for induction. Karla bet and lost all of her $7,000.
Angela went with Gwen Stefani (also not yet eligible). It cost Angela $7,399 and left her with $2,601.
Ed chose Tina Turner, inductee in 1991 and 2021. Ed only lost $1,301 but won the game with the remaining $17,399. Ed Coulson is the new Jeopardy! champion.
A triple stumper from each round:
US GEOGRAPHY ($1600) The Monongahela joins this river in Pittsburgh to form the Ohio
IT’S A BUST! ($2000) Here is (image) a bust of this French Prime Minister by his compatriot Rodin
More clues on page 2
2 years ago: ALL players got this FJ in “Holiday”
Third Monday in January from 1986 To display
WHAT IS MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY (or BIRTHDAY)?
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