J!6 Clue Archive – February 2020

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Friday, February 7, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

O CANADA PROVINCE: It’s the only Canadian province that borders the Great lLakes
SONGS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY: “What’s your price for flight?” asks Night Ranger in the song “____ Christian”
CARS: Acura is a luxury brand from this Japanese automaker
WOMEN’S MEMOIRS: “My Beloved World” is a memoir by this third female Supreme Court justice
WHERE’S THE BEEF?: This beef, mushroom & sour cream dish is named for a member of a Russian noble family
BEYOND MEAT: Shortly after “meat” in the dictionary is this thin tissue layer that acts as lining within an organism

Double Jeopardy! Round

CIVIL RIGHTS & WRONGS: In 1957, President Eisenhower sent troops to enforce the integration of Central High School in this city
MUSIC HALLS: In 1871, this music hall named for the late husband of Queen Victoria opened in London
FRED(E)RIC(K)S OF HOLLYWOOD: He co-created & starred in “Portlandia” with Carrie Brownstein
AWARDS & HONORS: The Hart Trophy is the MVP award for this league
SLANG TERMS: Something very simple can be called “easy as” this dessert; perhaps shoofly?
EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY: This goddess is the wife of Osiris

Correct responses for February 7, 2020:

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O CANADA PROVINCE: What is Ontario?
SONGS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY: What is Sister?
CARS: What is Honda?
WOMEN’S MEMOIRS: Who is Sonia Sotomayor?
WHERE’S THE BEEF?: What is Beef Stroganoff?
BEYOND MEAT: What is membrane?
CIVIL RIGHTS & WRONGS: What is Little Rock?
MUSIC HALLS: What is Royal Albert Hall?
FRED(E)RIC(K)S OF HOLLYWOOD: Who is Fred Armisen?
AWARDS & HONORS: What is NHL?
SLANG TERMS: What is pie?
EGYPTIAN MYTHOLOGY: Who is Isis?

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Thursday, February 6, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

PUTTING A “B” IN YOUR BONNET: Also called a sailor hat, this straw headpiece is popular with barber shop quartets
THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLDS: Someone who weighs 150 pounds on Earth would weigh about 135 pounds on this “Morning Star” planet
1980s POP LYRICS: “Sometimes I feel Ii’ve got to run away” is the opening line to this Soft Cell tune
THE NEW SCHOOL: In 1955, a campus of this Utah school was established in Hawaii
HYPHENATED ADJECTIVES: It’s the type of “Love” in the title of an Adam Sandler film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
FIRST NAME: It’s the first name of “Dinner Party” artist Chicago

Double Jeopardy! Round

IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME: In a 2018 news conference in Doha, it was announced that this Middle East nation was leaving OPEC
BEST DIRECTOR TWICE: This Mexican won Best Director for “Birdman” & “The Revenant”
& THEN THERE WERE NUNS: Before becoming a nun, Dolores Hart gave this singer his first on-screen kiss, in 1957’s “Loving You”
FOREIGN-LANGUAGE MOTTOES: On Iran’s flag is the motto “Allahu Akbar”, which means this “is great”
SHAPELY BOOK TITLES: Maeve Binchy has written shapely books such as “Circle of Friends” & this “and Soul”
SURINAME: Suriname is bordered by Guyana, French Guiana & this large nation to its south

Correct responses for February 6, 2020:

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PUTTING A “B” IN YOUR BONNET: What is boater hat?
THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLDS: What is Venus?
1980s POP LYRICS: What is “Tainted Love”?
THE NEW SCHOOL: What is Brigham Young University?
HYPHENATED ADJECTIVES: What is Punch-Drunk?
FIRST NAME: What is Judy?
IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S ME: What is Qatar?
BEST DIRECTOR TWICE: Who is Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu?
& THEN THERE WERE NUNS: Who is Elvis Presley?
FOREIGN-LANGUAGE MOTTOES: What is God?
SHAPELY BOOK TITLES: What is Heart?
SURINAME: What is Brazil?

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Wednesday, February 5, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

WORLD LEADERS: Pope Leo III crowned this Frankish king as the first Holy Roman Emperor on Christmas, 800 A.D.
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES: In 1965, this fashion magazine appointed Helen Gurley Brown as its Editor-in-Chief
STATE SONGS: A Rodgers & Hammerstein tune is the official song of this state “Where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain”
NICKNAMES: The book of Lamentations is often attributed to this man nicknamed the “Weeping Prophet”
TEXTING ABBREV.: The abbreviation T.M.I. stands for “too much” this
MOVIES ACROSS AMERICA: Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” takes place in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of this New York City borough

Double Jeopardy! Round

A COLORFUL CATEGORY: Scarlett Johansson knows the name of this spider with an hourglass-shaped mark on its body
ON THE MEDITERRANEAN: The name of this capital on the Mediterranean means “Region of the Three Cities”
SHOW TUNE RHYMES: In “The Sound of Music”, Liesl sings, “Fellows I meet / May tell me I’m” this
THE “IDE”S OF FEBRUARY: In February 2019, the VR compatible video game “Intruders” this “and Seek” launched on the PS4
GENETIC DISORDERS: Sickle cell is a type of this condition of having a deficient number of healthy red blood cells
AUTHORS’ NAME CHANGES: This “Lord Jim” author was originally named Jozef Korzeniowski

Correct responses for February 5, 2020:

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WORLD LEADERS: Who is Charlemagne?
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES: What is Cosmopolitan?
STATE SONGS: What is Oklahoma?
NICKNAMES: Who is Jeremiah?
TEXTING ABBREV.: What is information?
MOVIES ACROSS AMERICA: What is Brooklyn?
A COLORFUL CATEGORY: What is black widow?
ON THE MEDITERRANEAN: What is Tripoli?
SHOW TUNE RHYMES: What is sweet?
THE “IDE”S OF FEBRUARY: What is hide?
GENETIC DISORDERS: What is anemia?
AUTHORS’ NAME CHANGES: Who is Joseph Conrad?

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Tuesday, February 4, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

AROUND OHIO: This city that’s the home of Goodyear is known as “The Rubber Capital of the World”
WHERE DOES IT HURT?: Cervicalgia is a condition that causes pain in this part of the body
GIVE US ONE LETTER: Ascorbic acid is Vitamin this letter
IRRITABLE OWL SYNDROME: A group of owls is known by this name that’s also a type of legislative body
MONUMENTAL TELEVISION: A statue in Minneapolis depicts Mary Richards throwing her hat as she did in the opening credits of this ’70s sitcom
IN THE ENVIRONMENT: A “pocket” this happens when the President fails to sign a bill before Congress adjourns

Double Jeopardy! Round

APOSTOLIC NAMES: This “Obscure” Thomas Hardy title character has the name of an apostle
NEWER WORLD HERITAGE SITES: In 2019, Fallingwater & Taliesin by this architect were added as UNESCO World Heritage Sites
HELLO!: Konnichiwa is a greeting meaning “good day” in this Asian language
I ALSO COMPOSE FILM MUSIC: This Nine Inch Nails frontman scored music for “The Social Network” & “Gone Girl”
ADMIRABLE ADMIRALS: After commanding the Bonhomme Richard during the American Revolution, he served as an admiral for the Russian Navy
TL;DR: I didn’t finish this long Stephen King novel where a virus called Captain Tripps wipes out most of the human population

Correct responses for February 4, 2020:

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AROUND OHIO: What is Akron?
WHERE DOES IT HURT?: What is the neck?
GIVE US ONE LETTER: What is C?
IRRITABLE OWL SYNDROME: What is a parliament?
MONUMENTAL TELEVISION: What is “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”?
IN THE ENVIRONMENT: What is veto?
APOSTOLIC NAMES: Who is Jude?
NEWER WORLD HERITAGE SITES: Who is Frank Lloyd Wright?
HELLO!: What is Japanese?
I ALSO COMPOSE FILM MUSIC: Who is Trent Reznor?
ADMIRABLE ADMIRALS: Who is John Paul Jones?
TL;DR: What is “The Stand”?

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Monday, February 3, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

WRITER’S TOOLBOX: It’s a literary device of using similar vowel sounds close to each other
STATE OF THE ESTATE: Known as America’s largest home, George Vanderbilt’s Biltmore Mansion is in Asheville in this state
NUMBER YOUR RESPONSE: It’s the numeric nickname of the press
“P”OTPOURRI: Asuncion is the capital of this Latin American nation
HEAVEN & PARADISE: Meaning “garden”, Jannah is a word for paradise in this religion
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ATHLETES: In 1975, he fought Muhammad Ali in the “Thrilla in Manila”

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE THIRTY YEARS’ WAR: In 1618, to protest Catholic decrees on religion, officials were thrown out of a window in this capital
TV NEWS SHOWS: He took over NBC’s “Nightly News” following the demotion of Brian Williams
SCIENCE: Differential & integral are types of this branch of math whose name comes from the Latin for “stone”
UNFILMED NOVELS: The co-creator of “Parks and Recreation” hasn’t exercised his rights to film this author’s “Infinite Jest”
COMPOUND WORDS: In a nursery rhyme, quick & nimble Jack jumps over this household item
YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU: You can’t travel on a plane with lacrimator, also known as this gas

Correct responses for February 3, 2020:

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WRITER’S TOOLBOX: What is assonance?
STATE OF THE ESTATE: What is North Carolina?
NUMBER YOUR RESPONSE: What is the fourth estate?
“P”OTPOURRI: What is Paraguay?
HEAVEN & PARADISE: What is Islam?
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ATHLETES: Who is Joe Frazier?
THE THIRTY YEARS’ WAR: What is Prague?
TV NEWS SHOWS: Who is Lester Holt?
SCIENCE: What is calculus?
UNFILMED NOVELS: Who is David Foster Wallace?
COMPOUND WORDS: What is candlestick?
YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU: What is tear gas?

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