8 Jeopardy! Clues November 23, 2016

Here are 4 triple stumpers from the 11-23-2016 Jeopardy! match.

POTENT POISONABLES ($1000) O! The poisons I know. Don’t eat any part of this plant. It’s really toxic
$1000 Jeopardy! Potent Poisonables clue (11-23-16)

CONTINENTS OF NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS ($600) For peace, Lester B. Pearson

FAMILIAR PHRASES ($800) Set Emeril, Wolfgang Puck & Alton Brown all to making vichyssoise & you’ll sadly see the truth of this (See No. 6)

ARTS ($1200) As in Louis Comfort’s Tiffany’s work, an undulating line, often in the form of vine tendrils, is characteristic of this style
$1200 Jeopardy! Arts clue (11-23-16)

Here are the rest of the clues in NONFICTION that the players solved:

($400) This series of 85 essays said that the Articles of Confederation were garbage

($800) “Money, or the circulation of commodities” is a chapter in this tome by Karl Marx

($1200) “The Lion of the West” is the subtitle of a biography of him, given a raccoon hat by Hollywood

($2000) This man known for his predictions wrote “The Signal and The Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail–but Some Don’t”

The $1600 clue was a Daily Double and that is on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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