Welcome to “Jeopardy!” In Review! This week, we will be revisiting the episodes from June 27 through July 1.

“Jeopardy!” is being hosted by “The Big Bang Theory” alum Mayim Bialik until further notice.

So, without further ado, let’s get started!

Monday, June 27 –  Joe Returns

On Monday, Joe returned to defend his one-day total of $22,900 against Emma, a writer, and Armand, a high school teacher.

The first round featured the categories: F1 GRAND PRIX SITES // I SPEAK FOR THE TREES // BUSINESS NAMES // SUMMER’S HERE // MORE THAN ONE MEANING // FEELING SCIENCE-“E”

After the first round, Joe had $6,600, Armand had $6,000, and Emma had $4,600.

The Double Jeopardy! round featured the categories: ART LOVERS // SOUTHERN CAPITALS // THE NATIONAL LEAGUE // FEMALE FOUNDERS // BOOKS & THEIR MOVIES // ENDS IN “S-T-Y”

Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Joe had $11,800, Emma had $11,000, and Armand had $6,800.

The Final Jeopardy! category was “THE WORLD OF TODAY.” The clue read: “Partly because it was a monosyllable, this word was chosen as ‘a noun that conveys the idea of a unit of cultural transmission.’”

Only Joe was able to come up with a correct answer of “What is a meme?” He added $10,300 dollars to win $22,100 dollars for a two-day total of $45,000 dollars.

Tuesday, June 28 – Joe Returns

On Tuesday, Joe returned to defend his two-day total of $45,000 dollars against Marina, a textile conservator, and Pete, an attorney.

The first round featured the categories: THE NIFTY ’50s // OTHELLO, MACBETH OR HAMLET SAYETH… // NEVER WON AN EMMY // 12-LETTER WORDS // WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF? // SHOE KNOW IT!

At the end of the first round, Joe had $5,800, Pete had $800, and Marina had $3,400.

The Double Jeopardy! round featured the categories: THE MAP OF EUROPE // ARCHAEOLOGY GLOSSARY // DUAL BIOGRAPHIES // GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS // HIT ME  // WITH YOUR BEST “SHOT”

Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Marina had $11,000, Pete had $10,800, and Joe had $10,600.

The Final Jeopardy! category was “POETS’ CORNER AT WESTMINSTER ABBEY.” The clue read: “At his 1892 burial, fit for a baron, the organist put music to his words, ‘I hope to see my pilot face to face, when I have crost the bar.’”

Everyone guessed “Who is Byron?” No one was able to come up with a correct answer of “Who is Tennyson?” Both Pete and Joe bet nothing. Marina lost $5,500 on her wager, so Pete came up with a new one-day total of $10,800 dollars.

Wednesday, June 29 – Pete Returns

On Wednesday, Pete returned to defend his one-day total of $10,800 dollars against Halley, a real estate attorney, and Lauryl, an associate professor.

The first round featured the categories: STATUARY HALL: THE STATE REPRESENTED // STANNING THAT SHIP // CHUCK D, TIMES 3 // DIET HARD WITH A VENGEANCE // LET’S GO BACK IN TIME MACHINE MOVIES // WORDS DERIVED FROM BODY PARTS

At the end of the first round, Pete had $4,200, Lauryl had $4,000, and Halley had $4,000.

The Double Jeopardy! round featured the categories: LITERARY TITLE CHARACTERS // SCIENCE-PODGE // MUNICIPAL MUSIC // IN THE DICTIONARY // -OLA // HE WAS A SHOGUN

Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Halley had $14,000, Lauryl had $11,000, and Pete had $8,600.

The Final Jeopardy! category was “TELEVISION HISTORY.” The clue read: “In the opening scene of its July 21, 1969 pilot episode, a man carves the letter D into wet cement.”

No one was able to come up with a correct answer of “What is ‘Sesame Street’?” Halley lost $8,001 dollars but was able to win with only $5,999 dollars.

Thursday, June 30 –  Halley Returns

On Thursday, Halley returned to defend her one-day total of $5,999 dollars against Hoa, a portfolio manager, and Dave, a philosophy professor.

The first round featured the categories: FIRST LADY FIRSTS // “STAN” COUNTRIES // JOURNALISM // ONE LETTER MAKES A DIFFERENCE // I WON AN EMMY FOR THAT DRAMA // TALES FROM THE UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE CENTER

After the first round, Halley had $1,600, David had $4,600, and Hoa had $5,400.

The Double Jeopardy! round featured the categories: THANKS FOR THE MEMOIRS // SCIENCE WORDS // KENTUCKIAN ENTERTAINERS // “EAT” // DRINK // BE MERRY

Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, David had $15,000, Hoa had $13,900, and Halley had $7,200.

The Final Jeopardy! category was “U.S. STATES.” The clue read: “This U.S. city now has 10 times the population of the other U.S. city for which it was named in 1845.”

No one was able to come up with a correct answer of “What is Portland, Oregon?” This is the third time in a row that no one was able to come up with the correct answer. David lost $13,000 dollars but was still able to come up with a new one-day total of $2,000 dollars.

Friday, July 1 – David Returns

On Friday, David returned to defend his one-day total of $2,000 dollars against Shayan, a medical scribe, and Eleanor, a freelance technical editor.

The first round featured the categories: ON A HOLIDAY // U.S. CITIES // ANIMALS & THE LAW // FRUITS & VEGETABLES IN FRENCH // GAME PLAN // “X”s & “O”s

At the end of the first round, David had $3,000, Eleanor had $3,400, and Shayan had $2,000.

The Double Jeopardy! round featured the categories: ONE-WORD NONFICTION TITLES // FILMED IN GEORGIA // IT’S A PROCESS // 20th CENTURY NAMES // A DISASTER OF BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS // ITALIAN LOANWORDS

Going into the Final Jeopardy! round, Eleanor had $12,218, Shayan had $10,400, and David had $6,600.

The Final Jeopardy! category was “WORLD GEOGRAPHY.” The clue read: “Mont Bellevue de l’Inini is the highest point in this European possession largely covered by the Amazon rainforest.”

Everyone provided a correct answer of “What is French Guiana?” Eleanor added $8,600 dollars to come up with a new one-day total of $20,818 dollars.

But would she be able to keep her win streak going on Monday? Fans will just have to tune in to find out!



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