TenPoundHammer wrote:sarisson wrote:Thanks to Andy for posting the preempted clues.
goatman wrote:Got as far as "Julius Caesar and Juliet" when think music ran out I wonder if that would've been accepted... her character title is just 'Juliet' and there are no other titles with that character in the folios. Admittedly a toughie!
AleBelly wrote:I was pretty certain one of the answers would be from Romeo and Juliet. So RM and JC. Can't believe I couldn't pull Julius Caesar out of the hat.
TenPoundHammer wrote:NHO James Brolin, Josh Duhamel, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Dax Shepard.
xxaaaxx wrote:Thanks to that weather DD I decided to look up the Beaufort scale, since "stronger than a breeze" seems like a strange definition for gale force winds. Apparently, up to 31MPH is a "strong breeze". Yeah sure.
Also, I'll have to avoid Philly and Milford, Ohio, since apparently their weather involves regular meteor and comet strikes travelling at .33c.
(I'm kidding. Mostly. Not sure why no one got lightning on the rebound though.)
sarisson wrote:I went to high school with Meghan (she was a senior when I was a freshman), so retroactive good luck if she's reading this. As far as I know, no one else from Monsignor Donovan Donovan Catholic has been on the show.
IronNeck wrote:AleBelly wrote:I was pretty certain one of the answers would be from Romeo and Juliet. So RM and JC. Can't believe I couldn't pull Julius Caesar out of the hat.
To be fair, it's a very large yellow hat; 30 seconds isn't nearly enough time to rummage through all of it.
TenPoundHammer wrote:I think part of it was that I was expecting it to be a title character whose name was by itself (e.g. Titus Andronicus), not one half of a title pair.
This Is Kirk! wrote:TenPoundHammer wrote:I think part of it was that I was expecting it to be a title character whose name was by itself (e.g. Titus Andronicus), not one half of a title pair.
I thought it was somewhat confusing because I expected the full name to be in both titles. The best I could come up with was Titus Andronicus and Timon of Athens. It seemed like a lot to parse in 30 seconds. I think if you thought of Julius Caesar right away it was probably pretty gettable, otherwise you'd be scratching your head.
ZachTheRiah wrote:When I read final Jeopardy, I was trying to think of a pair of people with the same first name in the same title. I didn't realize they could to be from two separate titles. (I thought Juliet had to be one of them, though).
TenPoundHammer wrote:I did hit on Julius Caesar right away and was still stumped for the other name.
Vowela wrote:Good for the new champ not biting that ever-so-tempting gust negbait for gale. I bit hard, and wound up looking up the scale during the commercial break to see, sure enough, "gust" isn't mentioned anywhere on it.
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