13 Jeopardy! Clues April 19, 2017

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Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 4-19-2017 Jeopardy! match.

REAL-LIFE PEOPLE IN SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS ($600) In the play “Julius Caesar” & in real life, this man & Brutus led the assassination conspiracy

SOCIETY ($600) This word for the established conventions of polite social interaction is from Old French for “label”

SAME FIRST, MIDDLE & LAST LETTER ($600) An outline for a film’s story, or the medical plan to fight a disease

FISH ($1600) This popular food fish is the largest of the flatfish, with some species approaching 500 pounds

THE COMMONWEALTH ($800) 2.2 billion people reside in 52 member countries, alphabetically from Antigua & Barbuda to this African nation

($1200) Held every 4 years, the Commonwealth Games feature exciting sports like this type of bowl seen here
$1200 Commonwealth clue (Jeopardy! 4/19/17

($1600) Before the CW, some former U.K. colonies were known as these self-governing entities, from the Latin for “lord”

OF PENCIL MANIA ($2000) Smooth & durable, wood from the incense species of this tree is used in making pencils

The players for all these clues in the “SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE” category:

($200) The moose never stood a chance on “Weekend Update” when this “Sisters” star did a hard-core gangsta rap about Sarah Palin

($400) This “Saturday Night Live” regular is seen here showing George W. Bush how to imitate his dad, showing George W. Bush how to imitate his dad, George H.W.
SNL $400 clue (Jeopardy! 4-19-17

($600) We enjoy this recurring sketch with categories like “Bye, Felicia!” & “They out here saying”

($800) Play by Chris Farley, Matt Foley was a motivational speaker who lived “In a Van” at this location

($1000) Alliterative name of Rachel Dratch’s eternally negative “SNL” character

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