J!6 Clue Archive – December 2019

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Tuesday, December 31, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

WHERE AM I?: I’m at the Georgia O’Keeffe museum in this New Mexico capital city
THE NAME OF THE GAME: The act of negotiation between countries
THE ALGONQUIAN WORD TABLE: Captain & Tennille sang about the “Love” of this amphibious rodent whose name comes from the Algonquian
COLLEGE ENDOWMENTS: This Ivy l=League alma mater of Michelle Obama & Jeff Bezos has an endowment of more than $26 billion
IT’S CHARLIE!: This Charlie played Jax Teller on “Sons of Anarchy”
WE WUZ ROBBED!: Up to $50 million was stolen in a 1976 robbery at Beirut’s British Bank of the Middle East during this nation’s civil war

Double Jeopardy! Round

BATTLE & HUM: This band hit No. 1 with “Can’t Fight This Feeling”
PSEUDONYMOUS WRITERS: This romance novelist uses the name J.D. Robb when writing crime novels
WORLD OF COLORS: In Spanish, this color is azul
A, E, I, O–NO U: It’s a literary device of attributing human characteristics to nonhuman things
HIS-TORY: Following Margaret Thatcher’s resignation, this Tory took over as Prime Minister, serving from 1990 to 1997
DON’T DROP THE BALL: A giant acorn drops at midnight to celebrate the New Year in this North Carolina capital

Correct responses for December 31, 2019:

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WHERE AM I?: What is Santa Fe?
THE NAME OF THE GAME: What is Diplomacy?
THE ALGONQUIAN WORD TABLE: What is muskrat?
COLLEGE ENDOWMENTS: What is Princeton?
IT’S CHARLIE!: Who is Charlie Hunnam?
WE WUZ ROBBED!: What is Lebanon?
BATTLE & HUM: Who is REO Speedwagon?
PSEUDONYMOUS WRITERS: Who is Nora Roberts?
WORLD OF COLORS: What is blue?
A, E, I, O–NO U: What is personification?
HIS-TORY: Who is John Major?
DON’T DROP THE BALL: What is Raleigh?

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Monday, December 30, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

FASHION BRANDS: In 2017, a Birkin bag from this fashion house sold at an auction for $380,000
TV MOVIES: HBO’s “61*” is the story of Mickey Mantle’s 1961 home run race with this Yankee teammate
BEHIND THE LITERATURE: Stieg Larsson modeled Lisbeth Salander on this Astrid Lindgren character
FAMOUS WOMEN: In 1908, she founded the Christian Science Monitor
“C_MENT”: Comparable to pleading the fifth is telling a reporter “no” this
POND: Walk the trails along Christian Pond in this state’s Grand Teton National Park

Double Jeopardy! Round:

THE QUOTABLE RALPH WALDO EMERSON: “The first wealth is” this word that rhymes with wealth
EDIBLE POP CULTURE: In the title of a 2011 documentary about a master chef in Tokyo, “Jiro Dreams of” this food
SPACE SCIENCE: When a white dwarf stops emitting energy, it becomes a dwarf star of this color
THEATER TERMINOLOGY: It’s the avian term for the areas to the right & left of the acting space on a theater stage
17TH CENTURY HISTORY: In 1610, King Henry IV of this nation was assassinated by a fanatical Roman Catholic
WORD ORIGINS: From the French for “sorting”, it’s the practice of prioritizing treatment to patients based on medical need

Correct responses for December 30, 2019:

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FASHION BRANDS: What is Hermes?
TV MOVIES: Who is Roger Maris?
BEHIND THE LITERATURE: Who is Pippi Longstocking?
FAMOUS WOMEN: Who is Mary Baker Eddy?
“C_MENT”: What is comment?
POND: What is Wyoming?
THE QUOTABLE RALPH WALDO EMERSON: What is health?
EDIBLE POP CULTURE: What is sushi?
SPACE SCIENCE: What is black?
THEATER TERMINOLOGY: What are wings?
17TH CENTURY HISTORY: What is France?
WORD ORIGINS: What is triage?

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Friday, December 27, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

MAIL-ORDER NOVELTIES: Bird feathers were crucial in selling the see-through illusion of these “Spex”
PROVERBS: “Discretion is the better part of” this
I PLAYED POIROT: Fe used an accent far from Felix Unger’s to play a comic version of Hercule Poirot in a 1965 film
BIBLE “D”ICTIONARY: Detailing 3 of his visions, the second half of his book is written mostly in the first person
BURIED IN GATE OF HEAVEN CEMETERY: The cemetery is home to the grave of Bill Wendell, who served as this “Late Night” host’s announcer from 1982 to 1995
VWLLSS LMNTS: Without vowels, this chemical element’s name is “brn”

Double Jeopardy! Round:

MAIL-ORDER NOVELS: Described as a Netflix for novels, Booklender’s selection includes the Alex Delaware mysteries by this author
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS: Boasting a batting average of 99.94, Australia’s Sir Don Bradman is considered one of this game’s all-time greatest batsmen
TASTE THE RAINBOW: This fish once known as the slimehead goes well with citrus sauce
SURROUNDED!: This country is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, Honduras & Costa Rica
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONS: The Bolsheviks were known as the Red Army, while their opponents were known as this color Army
GHOST-TED: You left feedback for your Uber driver, then kicked -ted out to leave this Egyptian sun god

Correct responses for December 27, 2019:

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MAIL-ORDER NOVELTIES: What are X-Ray Spex?
PROVERBS: What is valor?
I PLAYED POIROT: Who is Tony Randall?
BIBLE “D”ICTIONARY: Who is Daniel?
BURIED IN GATE OF HEAVEN CEMETERY: Who is David Letterman?
VWLLSS LMNTS: What is boron?
MAIL-ORDER NOVELS: Who is Jonathan Kellerman?
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS: What is cricket?
TASTE THE RAINBOW: What is orange roughy?
SURROUNDED!: What is Nicaragua?
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONS: What is White?
GHOST-TED: Who is Ra?

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Thursday, December 26, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

THESE WOMEN MAKE THE CLOTHES: This fashion-designing daughter of a Beatle specializes in sustainability
SUBTRACT A LETTER: Subtract a letter from an adjustable tool made by Crescent & end up with an old-fashioned term for a female servant
COOKING VERBS: In computing, it’s a final step in making a video; in cooking, it’s when you melt animal fat over low heat
“B” MY BABY: January 1, 1909 was a happy New Year’s Day for Baron & Josephine Goldwater as they welcomed this future Senator
GONNA TAKE MY HORSE: This Lucy Lawless “Warrior Princess” once fought a case of head lice while fighting to recover her horse, Argo
TO THE OLD TOWN ROAD: Built more than 4,600 years ago, the world’s oldest-known paved road leads to Giza in this country

Double Jeopardy! Round:

THAT’S ECUADORABLE: At 9,350 feet above sea level, this Ecuadorian capital is one of the highest capital cities in the world
ART IN THE VATICAN: One Vatican statue depicts the Trojan priest Laocoon, whose legend was depicted in this poet’s “Aeneid”
WORDS SHAKESPEARE ONLY USED ONCE: In this play, Rosalind’s father Duke Senior speaks the Bard’s only use of the word “residue”
ORTHODONTIA: Wisdom teeth are also known as “third” these
THE SINGER OR BAND IN QUESTION: In 1993 this long-haired guitarist asked, “Are You Gonna Go My Way”
THE “BAR” EXAM: The lower back is known as this region

Correct responses for December 26, 2019:

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THESE WOMEN MAKE THE CLOTHES: Who is Stella McCartney?
SUBTRACT A LETTER: What are wrench & wench?
COOKING VERBS: What is render?
“B” MY BABY: Who is Barry Goldwater?
GONNA TAKE MY HORSE: Who is Xena?
TO THE OLD TOWN ROAD: What is Egypt?
THAT’S ECUADORABLE: What is Quito?
ART IN THE VATICAN: Who is Virgil?
WORDS SHAKESPEARE ONLY USED ONCE: What is “As You Like It”?
ORTHODONTIA: What are molars?
THE SINGER OR BAND IN QUESTION: Who is Lenny Kravitz?
THE “BAR” EXAM: What is lumbar?

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Wednesday, December 25, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

ASTROLOGICAL TERMS: It’s the angle planets make with each other, or a type of width-to-height “ratio” in a television picture
HISTORY: The spinning jenny & the power loom are products of this revolution that began in the mid-18th century
9-LETTER WORDS: Sir Francis Bacon is credited with coining the phrase this “is power”
UNUSUAL CONTESTS & PRIZES: A chimpanzee drew the winning number in a billion-dollar TV contest sponsored by this “New Generation” soft drink
A POWER CALLER: This state’s status as the U.S. leader in producing wind energy has been credited to former governor Rick Perry
THE TV SHOW MUST GO ON: Ashton Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen for the ninth season of this sitcom

Double Jeopardy! Round:

FACE THE AUTHOR: His face was seen (without Carl Bernstein’s) on the back cover of the 2015 book “The Last of the President’s Men”
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA: A Northern California beach known for purple sand, or a Catwoman actress named Michelle
MAMA & DADA: Mama is the mother to Brother, Sister & Honey in this children’s book series named for its authors Stan & Jan
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS: This retailer that created Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer shuttered in 2001
ON THE MOVIE’S SOUNDTRACK:”More Than a Woman” & “How Deep Is Your Love” were featured in this 1977 film
THE NEXT WORD AFTER…: In Webster’s Dictionary, the next word alphabetically after “goofy” is this, a 1 followed by 100 zeroes

Correct responses for December 25, 2019:

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ASTROLOGICAL TERMS: What is aspect?
HISTORY: What is the Industrial Revolution?
9-LETTER WORDS: What is knowledge?
UNUSUAL CONTESTS & PRIZES: What is Pepsi?
A POWER CALLER: What is Texas?
THE TV SHOW MUST GO ON: What is “Two and a Half Men”?
FACE THE AUTHOR: Who is Bob Woodward?
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA: What is Pfeiffer?
MAMA & DADA: What is the Berenstain Bears?
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS: What is Montgomery Ward?
ON THE MOVIE’S SOUNDTRACK: What is “Saturday Night Fever”?
THE NEXT WORD AFTER…: What is googol?

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Tuesday, December 24, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

SANTA ON THE MAP: A ride along the California coast from Venice to Pacific Palisades will take you through this city known for its pier
FILL IN THE BANKS: Since the 1860s, the stagecoach has been the symbol of Wells ____
A CHRISTMAS CAROL COLLAGE: In “Deck the Halls”, each “fa” is followed by this many “la”s
HAVE A COW: The Laughing Cow snack line includes dippers that pair breadsticks with 4 kinds of this food
THE ROLES OF MORGAN FREEMAN: Morgan played God in this 2003 comedy
METAPHORS: A restless person is said to have “ants in” these

Double Jeopardy! Round:

IT’S NOT GOOD TO BE THE KING: 5 years after paying a hefty ransom to Henry VI, this lionhearted king was fatally wounded in battle
THE SPHERE OF SCIENCE: When an oyster’s natural defenses are engaged by a parasite, one of these beautiful spheres is made
FROM O TO O: This game with 64 black-&-white discs was marketed with the slogan “A minute to learn…a lifetime to master”
CELEBRITY COUPLES: Ryan Reynolds first met this future wife on the set of “The Green Lantern”
1990S BESTSELLERS: In 1999, after 11 years of silence, this author returned to bookshelves with “Hannibal”
META-FOURS: Peter Paul Rubens depicted himself, not Plato or Descartes, in a group portrait titled “The Four” these

Correct responses for December 24, 2019:

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SANTA ON THE MAP: What is Santa Monica?
FILL IN THE BANKS: What is Fargo?
A CHRISTMAS CAROL COLLAGE: What is 8?
HAVE A COW: What is cheese?
THE ROLES OF MORGAN FREEMAN: What is “Bruce Almighty”?
METAPHORS: What are the pants?
IT’S NOT GOOD TO BE THE KING: Who is Richard?
THE SPHERE OF SCIENCE: What is a pearl?
FROM O TO O: What is Othello?
CELEBRITY COUPLES: Who is Blake Lively?
1990S BESTSELLERS: Who is Thomas Harris?
META-FOURS: What are Philosophers?

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1 Comment on "J!6 Clue Archive – December 2019"

  1. Great news, I was hoping that someone would start posting these. Thanks again for all the work you put in to Jeopardy!.

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