Jeopardy! Clues January 26, 2017

Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 1-26-2017 Jeopardy! match.

DON’T WEAR IT OUT ($1000) Basically French for “forgotten”, this dressing gown for women is only for the house

QUOTATIONS ($1,200) Dorothy Parker suggested as her own epitaph “Excuse my” this

TV THAT COOKS ($800) On “Boy Meets Grill” on the Food Network, he was the boy

($2000) Jennifer Paterson & Clarissa Dickson Wright, this pair, traveled the U.K. by motorcycle in search of foodie fun

WORDS FOR TRAVELERS ($800) It’s Spanish for “tourist” & can also mean a traveler’s intestinal discomfort

($2,000) This French word for “travelers” is the name of a Minnesota National Park

CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

($200) A character known as Sam-I-Am is the persistent purveyor of this title paired offering

($400) This classic by Maurice Sendak was turned into a 1980 opera

($600) Here’s an illustration of this title girl and her pet monkey Mr. Nilsson
$600 Children's Lit Jeopardy clue (1-26-17)

($800) A book by Virginia Lee Burton is titled “Mike Mulligan and” this large construction tool

($1000) During WWII the Pevensie children are evacuated from London to an old professor’s country estate in this 1950 book

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