10 Jeopardy! Clues October 10, 2017

Here are 10 triple stumpers from the 10-10-2017 Jeopardy! match.

EXPLORING THE WORLD ($1000) Sven Lindblad: “The rule of thumb for explorers is to not approach wildlife too closely as they can become fearful & angry, but on a lucky day in this Scandinavian nation’s Svalbard archipelago, a small herd of walrus seemingly welcomed me”

FIRST NAMES IN THE DICTIONARY ($1000) It’s paired with coo to mean whisper endearments

2017 MOVIE TAGLINES ($800) “Kevin has 23 distinct personalities. The 24th is about to be unleashed.”

($1000) “Just because you’re invited, doesn’t mean you’re welcome”

TRANS”PO”TATION ($600) A runabout is a small type of this, usually with an outboard or stern-driven engine

THE WRITING STUFF ($600) Aunt Grace wants one more copy; good thing you put out your poems using P.O.D., short for this

($800) Add a dose of this to your novel, the incongruity between what was expected and what actually occurs

IN DISPENSABLE ($1600) In heraldry, colors have special names. The black on the shield seen here is called this
$1600 In Dispensable clue (Jeopardy 10-10-17)

AT THE OPERA ($800) With a river in its title, this first opera of the “Ring” Cycle features Flosshilde & 2 other river maidens

($2000) In the opera “Boris Godunov”, Fyodor is the real son of the Czar & Grigory is this “false” character

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