13 Jeopardy! Clues May 2, 2017

Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 5-2-2017 Jeopardy! match.

WRITERS ON FILM ($2000) In “Reds” Jack Nicholson hit the boards as this American playwright

AND SO IT GOES ($800) To represent this chained lady, the International Astronomical Union uses “AND”

PRESIDENTIAL KIDS ($2000) Abram, the longest-lived child of this 19th c. president whose middle name was Abram, died in 1958 at age 85

BYE LINES ($2000) One of her poems says, “Parting is all we know of heaven, and all we need of hell”

THIS IS PBS ($800) PBS appraises this series as “Part adventure, part history lesson, and part treasure hunt!”

($1200) In Russia they don’ give this comic (& now a professor!) the relationship show “Happily Ever Laughter”; we do!

($1600) This host of “The Week” on PBS moonlights–or daylights, really– weekday mornings on CBS

($2000) “Billy Porter: Broadway & Soul” & Sinatra: Voice for a Century” were “Live from” this landmark around 64th & Columbus

The players got all these clues in PUNNY KNIGHTS

($200) A type of party is named for this knight who liks to shock us & catch us unawares
($400) Careful– this scaly knight is mentioned in the Book of Genesis
($600) Evidence presented by this knight points indirectly to guilt but doesn’t prove it
($800) It cuts like a knife to know this knight is a choice cut of Black Angus
($1000) He’s insolent, he’s gruff, he’s just an ill-tempered knight

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