Mackenzie’s 8th Game: Final Jeopardy! | JEOPARDY!
– Well now here’s a
Final Jeopardy! category that sounds like it’s tough. Science Words. In 1611 Kepler used
this word from the Latin for “attendant” to describe
the discoveries of Galileo. 30 seconds, good luck. (soft music) – Signe, we’re coming to you first. You are in third place with $3,000, and what did you manage to write down? What is planetary? That is incorrect. It’ll cost you 2,500,
dropping you to $500. Let’s go to Greg now, he had 6,200. He wrote down something quickly, and it was unfortunately incorrect. Astronomy is not the right response. It’ll cost you only $100. You’re gonna finish in second place. Mackenzie Jones, were you able to come up with the correct response? What is satalite? Interesting spelling.
(laughing) I notice when you were
writing, you wrote down S-A-T and then you paused and
wrote L-I-T-E trying to figure out which
vowel to put in between. – Yup. – Yeah you put the wrong one, but your response is correct. So, you won’t add any money at all. You’ll wind up picking up 20,600 and now you have an eight-
day total of $204,808. (audience applauding) All right, way to go. We’ll see ya tomorrow.