13 Jeopardy! Clues December 1, 2016

Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 12-1-2016 Jeopardy! match.

U.S. CITY NICKNAMES ($800) “Georgia’s First City”

CRIMINAL CHOICES ($1000) Want it in 20s? In 2008 a Texas man was charged with this fraudulent act after trying to cash a check for $360 billion

SHAKESPEAREAN SHORTIES ($800) The characters of “The Tempest” include this “savage and deformed slave”

($1000) Think fast! Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” plays boast a hostess called Mistress this

CROSSWORD CLUES “G” ($1000) Pygmalion’s statuesque bride (7)

BUILDING BIG ($1200) Going from Virginia Beach to Wilmington, Delaware is 95 miles shorter via this 17.6 mile bridge tunnel
$1200 Jeopardy clue in Building Big (12-1-16)

WAR! ($1600) 1932-35 The Chaco War between Paraguay & this northern neighbor

($2000) 1969: The soccer war between El Salvador & this northern neighbor

There were 4 triple stumpers in the ALMOST BEFORE & AFTER category. The $400 clue was the only one anyone got.

($400) A bad kid’s Christmas stocking will contain the object that composed “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”

($800) Gerry & the Pacemakers River song invoked when one team is winning by a huge margin

($1200) Chicken & noodle dish from L.A.’s Chao Krung Restaurant served when a tennis set goes to 6-all

($1600) A Lexington College Hoops squad joins Hans & Fritz in the comics; their goal– confounding der Captain

($2000) Part of NYC’s Waldorf where Barack Obama stayed while singing a Guns n’ Roses No. 1 ballad

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