11 Jeopardy! Clues November 28, 2017

Here are 11 triple stumpers from the 11-28-2017 Jeopardy! match.

PICK A PLANET ($200) In Ancient Greece, it was called Apollo

TIME TO SAY GOODBYE ($600) In June 2017 “The Fantasticks” had its last show in a theater named for this “Law & Order” star who opened the show in 1960

KNOTTY BY NATURE ($400) The roots of a shrub called knotty rhatany were used to color this sweet red wine from the Douro Valley

($800) Knotroot is another name for Chinese this, though it’s no relation to the globe or Jerusalem type

($1600) Caused by a fungus, black knot is a disease that occurs in both the Japanese & Damson types of this fruit

($2000) Horticulturist Rudolph turned this blackberry offshoot over to Walter Knott, but it isn’t the knottberry

LITERATURE ($1600) This Allen Ginsburg poem begins, “I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness”

ONOMATOPOEIA ($2000) He’s the clockwork man of the Land of Oz

FRENCH HISTORY ($1200) The Jacobites were Scottish; this similar-sounding group were extremists during the French Revolution

($2000) Founded in 1972 as a neo-Fascist party, it’s been led for most its history by the Le Pens, father & daughter

TWO-DIMENSIONAL PEOPLE ($800) Cooper is the last name of this Archie comics blonde

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