Note for the archive, I don't think Lisa said "Dostoyevsky" like it currently says. I think that would be accepted. I think she missed the "t" and I heard Doysoyevsky. I think that was the problem. I tried to guess Tolstoy but would have gotten it on the rebound. Tolstoy's death is more famous but the year pinned it well.
Didn't get 93 million miles in an AU but maybe if it was multiple choice. I was too slow on incontrovertible & O (I pulled Oz right away).
Saw "The Butler" but definitely couldn't pull Liev Schreiber. I looked up his Wiki page and I remember he played Sabretooth. Sabretooth always stands out to me as an example of writing without a lot of effort. "Wolverine needs a foil character nemesis? Ok, let's give him the same powers but make him slightly different and a bad guy."
Jurassic World Evolutions is a Roller Coaster Tycoon type game where you create and display dinosaurs and manage an amusement park. Sometimes the dinosaurs escape and eat the guests. I've been nailing all the dinosaur categories ever since I played that game.
The pictures of Bernese Poodles online are adorable. I would have said St. Bernard. Wikipedia says Bernese dogs are named after Bern. Bernese and St. Bernard's don't seem to have any specific relation to each other even though they both start with Bern and both originated from the Alps.
Some clues that I missed that I'll try to get next time are Liev Schreiber, 93 million miles in an AU, the Middle Passage, The Four Questions, and Catfish Row.
I don't know the answer to your question but you played great and I had fun watching. Tough competition though.