These 5 words that end a poem are also a proverb; one citation across the centuries includes a reminder not to make the wall too high

Today’s Final Jeopardy – Monday, October 3 2022

Today's Final Jeopardy
20th Century Poem Endings - These 5 words that end a poem are also a proverb; one citation across the centuries includes a reminder not to make the wall too high
Documentaries - In this 1970 film, Max Yasgur says “I’m a farmer… I don’t know hot to speak to 20 people…let alone a crowd like this”

Today’s Final Jeopardy Answer – Monday, October 3 2022

Final Jeopardy Answer
What is Good fences make good neighbors?
What is Woodstock?

Who Won Jeopardy Tonight? – Monday, October 3 2022

Returning ChampionContestantContestant
Cris Pannullo
Ocean City, New Jersey
Customer Success Operations Manager
1 Day Winnings of $29,579

Winning Score: $33,800
Round 2 Score: $30,800
Round 1 Score: $4,000
J. Scott Gabrysiak
North Mankato, Minnesota
Paralegal

Final Score: $0
Round 2 Score: $4,400
Round 1 Score: $4,000
Jenny Millat
Originally Canton, Ohio
Artist & Thrifter

Final Score: $17,600
Round 2 Score: $8,800
Round 1 Score: $800
Cris Pannullo
Ocean City, New Jersey
Customer Success Operations Manager
9 Day Winnings of $313,323

Final Score: $20,400
Round 2 Score: $20,400
Round 1 Score: $8,600
Zack Russell
Dayton, Ohio
Contracting Officer

Final Score: $10,801
Round 2 Score: $10,000
Round 1 Score: $2,400
Andrew Jiang
Brooklyn, New York
Options Trader

Final Score: $0
Round 2 Score: $5,400
Round 1 Score: $3,400

Final Jeopardy Video – Monday, October 3 2022



About Jeopardy!

These 5 words that end a poem are also a proverb; one citation across the centuries includes a reminder not to make the wall too high 1“Jeopardy!” is a classic game show — with a twist. The answers are given first, and the contestants supply the questions. Three contestants, including the previous show’s champion, compete in six categories and in three rounds (with each round’s “answers” being worth more prize money). In the third round, “Final Jeopardy,” the contestants can name their own jackpot — as long as it’s within the amount of money they’ve already earned. If a player finishes the second round with zero dollars, they are eliminated from “Final Jeopardy.” The first version of “Jeopardy!,” which aired from 196219 to 19719 on NBC, was hosted by Art Fleming.

This show is broadcast on ABC, also known as the American Broadcasting Company.

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