QUESTION ONE: The FINAL JEOPARDY category was Computer Science. Here is the question. I mean the answer.
John Tukey coined this compound word in 1959 saying it was as important as "Tubes, transistors, wires, tapes ..."Person A wrote WHAT IS A MOTHERBOARD. Wrong. Person B wrote down WHAT IS. Wrong. (This might have worked if the question was in philosophy.) Peron C wrote down WHAT IS WI-FI. Wrong. I got it right from reasoning not memory. I do not have the quotes of John Tukey memorized. Does Watson? I doubt it. I think he would have gotten it wrong. (The answer can be found HERE.)
QUESTION TWO: The FINAL JEOPARDY category was 1930's Films. Here is the... answer
In this classic film, one of the characters tries to quote the Pythagorean theorem, but gets it wrong.Two of the contestants wrote Gone with the Wind. The third one wrote the correct answer which I will not reveal here in case you want to try it. (The contestant who got it right won the game.) I doubt Watson would know it--- too much to correlate. (The answer can be found HERE.)
QUESTION THREE: This was not on Jeopardy. I am asking it in the form of a question: What is unusual about the Jeopardy Slogan? (The answer can be found HERE.)