10 Jeopardy! Clues March 27, 2017

Here are 5 triple stumpers from the 3-27-2017 Jeopardy! match.

THE WORD IS FLAT ($1000) “O” yes, this 6-letter word means flattened at the poles

ANIMALS PLAYING DEAD ($800) A male nursery web spider offers a female an insect wrapped in this; if snubbed, he deads up & gets dragged off with the gift

($1600) Found in the Southwest, the 9-banded type of this plays dead if captured, but if that fails, kicks like crazy

THE SOUTHWEST ($2000) In 1542 this Spanish explorer heralded as the discover of California explored its coastline & southern islands

THE “OC” ($2000) In 1935 tree planter Rudolph Hass received a patent for a variety of this

The players got all of these 1970S “SONG” TITLES, except the $400 clue:

($200) In 1972 this colorful tune was a No. 1 hit for Neil Diamond; “Everybody knows one”

*($400) This 1976 Barry Manilow hit made “the whole world sing” & “the young girls cry”

($600) You’d think that people would have had enough of this 1976 Paul McCartney hit, but I look around me & I see it isn’t so

($800) The Fugees caught some (Roberta) Flack when the band covered this 1973 hit

($1000) This Three Dog Night tune was “comin’ down in 3-part harmony”

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