Walsh was the only contestant to advance to “Final Jeopardy!” after opposing players Alex Switzky and Natt Supab failed to show a profit in the regular portion.
“The stage looks like a very lonely place right now,” host Alex Trebek said as Walsh stood alone at his podium. “I cannot recall the last time we had only one player in ‘Final Jeopardy!’”
In the end, Walsh tackled the category “Literary Pronouns” all by his lonesome and correctly replied to a Stephen King-related clue. He bet $4,400 to bring his game total to $18,800 and his four-day total to $81,700.
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