J!6 Clue Archive – December 2019

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Monday, December 16, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

A EUROPEAN RIVER TOUR: View the homes of Monet & Napoleon on a cruise along this Paris river
THE AUTHOR’S CHARACTERS: Characters in works by this author include Sirius Black, Remus Lupin & Hedwig the owl
CHRISTMAS RAPPING: Rev. Run & The Christmas All-Stars put a new twist on this Eartha Kitt classic
GIVE ME A “V”: This is what the “V” stands for in VHS tape
SPARK JOY: Joy Reid hosts her own weekend morning show on this cable news channel
MARIE’S CONDO: Marie’s condo is just around the corner from this largest U.S. supermarket chain, headquartered in Cincinnati

Double Jeopardy! Round:

C’MON, THAT’S ANCIENT HISTORY!: The Code of Hammurabi was established in this ancient city-state turned kingdom
EARLY ROLES: In 1979, this future “Breakfast Club” star spent time with Blair & Tootie on season 1 of “The Facts of Life”
GREAT DANES: Danish trio Lukas Graham hit number 2 on the Billboard charts with the song this many “Years”
AMERICAN HOMES: The series of Victorian homes known as the Painted Ladies can be seen in this California city
USING WORLDLY ADJECTIVES: Merriam-Webster says eggs, bacon, toast & cereal comprise a full one of these European morning meals
AN “A” IN MEDICINE: Contrary to the myth, the American Academy of Dermatology says eating chocolate may not necessarily cause this skin disorder

Correct responses for December 16, 2019:

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A EUROPEAN RIVER TOUR: What is the Seine?
THE AUTHOR’S CHARACTERS: Who is J.K. Rowling?
CHRISTMAS RAPPING: What is “Santa Baby”?
GIVE ME A “V”: What is video?
SPARK JOY: What is MSNBC?
MARIE’S CONDO: What is Kroger?
C’MON, THAT’S ANCIENT HISTORY!: What is Babylon?
EARLY ROLES: Who is Molly Ringwald?
GREAT DANES: What is 7?
AMERICAN HOMES: What is San Francisco?
USING WORLDLY ADJECTIVES: What is English breakfast?
AN “A” IN MEDICINE: What is acne?

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Friday, December 13, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN: In 1992, UNESCO recognized this nation’s Casbah as a World Cultural Heritage Site
YOU’RE A BUNCH OF CARDS: Skip, Reverse & Wild are cards in this game
3-LETTER WORDS: In tennis, a ball that touches the net but still lands in the service box is this type of serve
HOUSE & HOME: Cinetic & Animal are these appliances from Dyson
MOVIE EXCHANGES: James Bond: “Do you expect me to talk?” This villain: “No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die”
NELLIE BLY: Born Elizabeth Cochran, Nellie Bly got her pen name from a song by this “Oh! Susanna” composer

Double Jeopardy! Round:

BY POPE-ULAR DEMAND: In a 1738 Papal Bull, Clement XII banned Catholics from becoming members of this fraternal organization
LITERARY TV ADAPTATIONS: Fillory is a fantasy world on this series based on the novels of Lev Grossman
PLACE NAME ETYMOLOGY: The name of this Eastern European nation is probably derived from the term “White Russia”
WORD WAR Z: A form of music with Creole & Cajun roots, zydeco was developed in the southern part of this state
FACTS: In 1917, father Edward Flanagan established Boys Town in this state
MATTER: Scientists believe that most of the universe consists of this type of matter that emits no light

Correct responses for December 13, 2019:

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AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN: What is Algeria?
YOU’RE A BUNCH OF CARDS: What is Uno?
3-LETTER WORDS: What is let?
HOUSE & HOME: What are vacuum cleaners?
MOVIE EXCHANGES: Who is Goldfinger?
NELLIE BLY: Who is Stephen Foster?
BY POPE-ULAR DEMAND: What are the Freemasons?
LITERARY TV ADAPTATIONS: What is “The Magicians”?
PLACE NAME ETYMOLOGY: What is Belarus?
WORD WAR Z: What is Louisiana?
FACTS: What is Nebraska?
MATTER: What is dark matter?

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Thursday, December 12, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

THE PRESIDENT HAD MONEY TROUBLES: To get out of debt, this president wrote his memoirs & Mark Twain published them
CRUSHIN’ IT!: Wil Wheaton played Wesley Crusher on this “Star Trek” TV series
KIDDIE LIT TITLE ADJECTIVES: A book series by H.A. Rey: “____ George”
POLYNESIAN WORDS: Lilo & Stitch know that “ohana” is the Hawaiian word for this
FEMALE TV CRIME FIGHTERS: Mireille Enos plays Seattle detective Sarah Linden on this mystery series
DESIGNER INITIALS: The bottoms of the shoes from this designer will have you seeing red: C.L.

Double Jeopardy! Round:

BIOLOGY: It’s the organ that secretes bile
21ST CENTURY FILMS: In this David Cronenberg film, Viggo Mortensen plays Tom Stall, a small-town man trying to escape his dark past
RHYMES WITH A SEASON: Often appearing in rap lyrics, this word is slang for flashy jewelry
BOOK OF THE YEAR: “Game Change” chronicles the campaigns of Barack Obama & John McCain for the election of this year
COUNTRY OF THE OPERA: Giuseppe Verdi’s “Aida” takes place in this country
“EL” OR “LA”: It’s the nickname given to a soccer match between Real Madrid & Barcelona

Correct responses for December 12, 2019:

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THE PRESIDENT HAD MONEY TROUBLES: Who is Ulysses Grant?
CRUSHIN’ IT!: What is “The Next Generation”?
KIDDIE LIT TITLE ADJECTIVES: What is curious?
POLYNESIAN WORDS: What is family?
FEMALE TV CRIME FIGHTERS: What is “The Killing”?
DESIGNER INITIALS: Who is Christian Louboutin?
BIOLOGY: What is liver?
21ST CENTURY FILMS: What is “A History of Violence”?
RHYMES WITH A SEASON: What is bling?
BOOK OF THE YEAR: What is 2008?
COUNTRY OF THE OPERA: What is Egypt?
“EL” OR “LA”: What is El Clasico?

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

THE SECOND-LARGEST CITY IN THE STATE: The University of Kentucky is in this second-largest “Bluegrass State” city
TV MOMS: She plays Bonnie, mom to Christy on “Mom”
IN FULL: The full name of a U.S. state is “The State of” this “and Providence Plantations”
A HAT TIP TO YOU: Jackie Kennedy wore this type of hat at her husband’s 1961 presidential inauguration
TAKING A VOWEL OF SILENCE: A silent “u” is in the name of this long, thin French bread
THERE ONCE WAS THIS MAN FROM…: ‚ĶSpain, who had a very abstract brain, he picked a hue & had a period of blue, his talent rose him to fame

Double Jeopardy! Round:

NAVAL HISTORY: In the 1898 battle of Manila Bay, this admiral gave the command, “You may fire when you are ready, Gridley”
VOCABULARY: The name of this symbol found on keyboards is from the greek for “little star”
A CINDERELLA STORY: In a 1997 TV film, Brandy played Cinderella & this “Greatest Love of All” singer played the Fairy Godmother
SCIENCE: This element prevents metals from rusting & protects lifeguards from sunburnt noses
ITALIAN AUTHORS: The Black Plague looms large in the stories of “The Decameron” by this italian
COMING OUT OF YOUR SHELL: An oyster dish topped with butter & bread crumbs is named for this industrialist

Correct responses for December 11, 2019:

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THE SECOND-LARGEST CITY IN THE STATE: What is Lexington?
TV MOMS: Who is Allison Janney?
IN FULL: What is Rhode Island?
A HAT TIP TO YOU: What is pillbox?
TAKING A VOWEL OF SILENCE: What is baguette?
THERE ONCE WAS THIS MAN FROM…: Who is Pablo Picasso?
NAVAL HISTORY: Who is George Dewey?
VOCABULARY: What is asterisk?
A CINDERELLA STORY: Who is Whitney Houston?
SCIENCE: What is zinc?
ITALIAN AUTHORS: Who is Giovanni Boccaccio?
COMING OUT OF YOUR SHELL: Who is John Rockefeller?

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019:

Jeopardy! Round:

WORLD CAPITAL ATTRACTIONS: Tivoli Gardens is a popular destination in this city
PINK-POURRI: “Roman’s Revenge” & “Fly” are songs on this rapper’s album “Pink Friday”
CELEBRITY SUPERFANS: This real-life Philadelphia Eagles fan was Oscar nominated for playing an on-screen Eagles fan in “Silver Linings Playbook”
AMERICAN HISTORY: In 1948, the Chicago Tribune erroneously reported that he defeated Harry Truman in the presidential election
21ST CENTURY COMPANIES: Loan company Sofi bought the naming rights to the stadium that will host this city’s 2 NFL teams starting in 2020
SPEAK TO ME OF FRUITS & VEGETABLES: Things that are similar are said to be 2 of these in a pod

Double Jeopardy! Round:

SHARK-UTERIE: This shark is the world’s largest living fish
DOUBLE DOUBLE O: The hip-hop film “Breakin’ 2” has the subtitle “Electric” this
OCCUPATIONALLY NAMED AUTHORS: The last name of this “Ship of Fools” author is also a job one can have on a ship
BEHIND THE MUSIC: His song “Hurricane” is about the wrongfully imprisoned boxer Rubin Carter
AWARDS & HONORS: In 1953, Winston Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize in this field
ALL FALL DOWN: Experts believe that an earthquake helped topple a colossal statue of Helios on this Greek island

Correct responses for December 10, 2019:

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WORLD CAPITAL ATTRACTIONS: What is Copenhagen?
PINK-POURRI: Who is Nicki Minaj?
CELEBRITY SUPERFANS: Who is Bradley Cooper?
AMERICAN HISTORY: Who is Thomas Dewey?
21ST CENTURY COMPANIES: What is Los Angeles?
SPEAK TO ME OF FRUITS & VEGETABLES: What are peas?
SHARK-UTERIE: What is the whale shark?
DOUBLE DOUBLE O: What is boogaloo?
OCCUPATIONALLY NAMED AUTHORS: Who is Katherine Anne Porter?
BEHIND THE MUSIC: Who is Bob Dylan?
AWARDS & HONORS: What is literature?
ALL FALL DOWN: What is Rhodes?

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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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