J!6 Clue Archive – March 2020

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

ANIMAL FACTS: Like baby wolves & seals, baby jackals are called this
POSSESSIVE PHRASES: This exclamation that refers to an ancient Roman leader was a favorite of “Superman” character Perry White
BASEBALL LINGO: A full count means there are 3 balls & this many strikes on the batter–exciting!
SIMILAR BRAND NAMES: The Beatles’ record label & a large tech company spent many years in litigation over this name
ITS NEAREST NEIGHBOR NATION: This is the country nearest to Papua New Guinea
ADD A LETTER: Add a letter to a common writing implement to create an antonym for “shut”

Double Jeopardy! Round:

REMEMBER JAMES GARFIELD!: James Garfield is the only sitting member of this body to be elected to the Presidency
MISSING PIECES: Daisy Duck’s nieces are April, May & her
MOVIE TITLE FEMALES: Mara Wilson plays this bright title character who deals with apathetic parents & the nasty Miss Trunchbull
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS: Lerner & Loewe threw a few songs into this playwright’s “Pygmalion” & turned it into “My Fair Lady”
BEHIND THE TV & RADIO CALL LETTERS: A Texas radio station’s call letters are the same as this 4-letter city where it’s based
C BEFORE E, AFTER I: This word describes someone new or inexperienced

Correct responses for March 31, 2020:

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ANIMAL FACTS: What are pups?
POSSESSIVE PHRASES: What is “Great Caesar’s Ghost!”?
BASEBALL LINGO: What is 2?
SIMILAR BRAND NAMES: What is Apple?
ITS NEAREST NEIGHBOR NATION: What is Indonesia?
ADD A LETTER: What are pen & open?
REMEMBER JAMES GARFIELD!: What is the House of Representatives?
MISSING PIECES: Who is June?
MOVIE TITLE FEMALES: Who is Matilda?
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS: Who is George Bernard Shaw?
BEHIND THE TV & RADIO CALL LETTERS: What is WACO?
C BEFORE E, AFTER I: What is novice?

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Monday, March 30, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

GOLF: Since 1934 this Georgia city has played host to one of golf’s major tournaments
T TIME: A red circle surrounds the eye of Bullseye, the friendly bull terrier mascot of this retailer
GREENS: When it arrived in 1886, this American landmark was shiny brown; by 1906 it had turned green
FOUR: As heard in Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, 4 score & 7 years is this many years
BIRDIES: A species of this bird is the state bird of Maryland
THE MASTERS (OF ART): Master of Flemish painting Jan van Eyck was born in what’s now this European country

Double Jeopardy! Round:

20TH CENTURY BOOKS: This dystopian Aldous Huxley book heavily influenced George Orwell’s “1984”
VICE PRESIDENTIAL QUOTES: Calling it one of the worst days of his life, this 21st century Vice President said, “I am the guy who pulled the trigger and shot my friend”
UP THE RIVER: Head up this holiest river of Hinduism to the Vindhya range in Madhya Pradesh
ABSTRACT NOUNS: It’s the last abstract noun in the Pledge of Allegiance
TV BEFORE & AFTER: The Dunphys & Pritchetts go back to the ’80s & move in with the Keatons
FETE OFFENSIVE: This English rock band headlined Altamont, the music festival that turned so violent many consider it the end of the ’60s spirit

Correct responses for March 30, 2020:

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GOLF: What is Augusta?
T TIME: What is Target?
GREENS: What is the Statue of Liberty?
FOUR: What is 87?
BIRDIES: What is the oriole?
THE MASTERS (OF ART): What is Belgium?
20TH CENTURY BOOKS: What is “Brave New World”?
VICE PRESIDENTIAL QUOTES: Who is Dick Cheney?
UP THE RIVER: What is Ganges?
ABSTRACT NOUNS: What is justice?
TV BEFORE & AFTER: What is “Modern Family Ties”?
FETE OFFENSIVE: Who are the Rolling Stones?

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Friday, March 27, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

150 YEARS OF NATURE: A 1997 article in Nature announced the cloning of this animal by scientists in Scotland
DEMOGRAPHY: This principality on the Mediterranean is Europe’s most densely populated nation
ORDINAL TERMS: In this 1997 film, Bruce Willis plays cab driver Korben Dallas, who tries to protect Leeloo, played by Milla Jovovich
HERE’S THE WINDUP: Parma’s Masone Labyrinth in this country is the world’s largest maze
AND THE PITCH: R.A. Dickey & Phil Niekro are masters of this pitch whose minimal spin causes an unpredictable trajectory
IT’S A STRIKE: In 1997, workers from this “What can Brown do for you?” delivery company went on strike

Double Jeopardy! Round:

STARRING THE SAN DIEGO ZOO: This puppeteer’s show “Lamb Chop’s Play-Along” often featured animals from the San Diego Zoo
LATIN PHRASES: Time Flies is this 2-word Latin phrase, especially when you’re having fun
OPERA: A Druid high priestess is the title character of this Bellini opera
THE “GENERAL” ECONOMY: This company that brought us Grape-Nuts was acquired by Philip Morris in 1985
STATE CAPITALS: The only royal palace in the United States is in this capital
AUTHOR FILL-INS: Franz ____ ____ Hilton

Correct responses for March 27, 2020:

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150 YEARS OF NATURE: What is sheep?
DEMOGRAPHY: What is Monaco?
ORDINAL TERMS: What is “The Fifth Element”?
HERE’S THE WINDUP: What is Italy?
AND THE PITCH: What is knuckleball?
IT’S A STRIKE: What is UPS?
STARRING THE SAN DIEGO ZOO: Who is Shari Lewis?
LATIN PHRASES: What is tempus fugit?
OPERA: What is “Norma”?
THE “GENERAL” ECONOMY: What is General Foods?
STATE CAPITALS: What is Honolulu?
AUTHOR FILL-INS: Who is Joseph Conrad?

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Thursday, March 26, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

WORLD FACTBOOK TRAVEL FACTS: Don’t do the “O.K.” sign with your thumb & index finger in this country’s Montevideo, as it’s considered rude
LYRICS OF TODAY: This band sings, “Say the word and I’ll go anywhere blindly, I’m a sucker for you”
PARDON THE INTERJECTION: According to legend, Archimedes exclaimed this when he discovered buoyancy
POLICE SQUAD: The Seattle Police Department is divided into 5 of these geographical subdivisions
CHICAGO: The Robie House in Hyde Park was designed by this Prairie Style architect
THE PRESIDENTIAL SWEET: Coconut pie is a favorite dessert of this 44th U.S. President

Double Jeopardy! Round:

ANGELS: Meaning “light-bearing” in Latin, it was Satan’s name as an angel before his fall
1815: On February 26, Napoleon left this island to embark on his reconquest of France
“OO”, SORRY: This word precedes “Sonata” in a popular name for Beethoven’s “Piano Sonata No. 14”
SHE PLAYED ‘EM ON TV: She played Blossom Russo on “Blossom” & Amy Farrah Fowler on “The Big Bang Theory”
AMERICAN AUTHORS: This “O Pioneers!” author moved from Virginia to Nebraska when she was 9 years old
LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME?: Grab a pair of pruning shears & learn this art of clipping hedges & trees into interesting shapes

Correct responses for March 26, 2020:

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WORLD FACTBOOK TRAVEL FACTS: What is Uruguay?
LYRICS OF TODAY: Who are the Jonas Brothers?
PARDON THE INTERJECTION: What is Eureka?
POLICE SQUAD: What are precincts?
CHICAGO: Who is Frank Lloyd Wright?
THE PRESIDENTIAL SWEET: Who is Barack Obama?
ANGELS: What is Lucifer?
1815: What is Elba?
“OO”, SORRY: What is “moonlight”?
SHE PLAYED ‘EM ON TV: Who is Mayim Bialik?
AMERICAN AUTHORS: Who is Willa Cather?
LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME?: What is topiary?

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Wednesday, March 25, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

ALL-AMERICAN STAMPS: This state’s Crater Lake is on the “Deepest Lake” stamp of the “Wonders of America” series
FEMALE SUPERHEROES: Also known as Selina Kyle, this citizen of Gotham is a part-time hero & part-time burglar
WEARABLE CAR PARTS?: Timing & serpentine are different varieties of this car part
THAT’S GOTTA HURT!: In 1985, this New York Giants linebacker broke Joe Theismann’s leg live on “Monday Night Football”
HE SAID IT: In a 1984 presidential debate, “I am not going to exploit, for political purposes, my opponent’s youth and inexperience”
DROPPING RHYMES: The removal of unwanted sections of an image

Double Jeopardy! Round:

A REAL SQUAB STORY: Featuring detective Hercule Poirot, “Cat Among the Pigeons” is a novel by this writer
INSTRUMENT MAKERS: The Melody Maker & the Les Paul are models from this guitar maker
HERBS & SPICES: Also called estragon, this herb is commonly used with chicken & fish
___ING ___: Also called the hungry caterpillar, this dance that was popular in the ’90s shares a name with an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie
SHORT RUNS ON BROADWAY: Lists such as Top-5 Breakups are discussed in this short-lived musical based on a Nick Hornby novel
NOTABLE ITALIANS: In 1962, she won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in “Two Women”

Correct responses for March 25, 2020:

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ALL-AMERICAN STAMPS: What is Oregon?
FEMALE SUPERHEROES: Who is Catwoman?
WEARABLE CAR PARTS?: What is belt?
THAT’S GOTTA HURT!: Who is Lawrence Taylor?
HE SAID IT: Who is Ronald Reagan?
DROPPING RHYMES: What is cropping?
A REAL SQUAB STORY: Who is Agatha Christie?
INSTRUMENT MAKERS: What is Gibson?
HERBS & SPICES: What is tarragon?
___ING ___: What is the Running Man?
SHORT RUNS ON BROADWAY: What is “High Fidelity”?
NOTABLE ITALIANS: Who is Sophia Loren?

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Tuesday, March 24, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

I WROTE THAT!: He wrote, “What you see over there aren’t giants, but windmills”
CAR “MA”: This Chevy car that was reintroduced in 1997 was originally modeled after the Chevelle
FOREIGN GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Meaning “table” in Spanish, it’s a flat-topped mountain
AFRICAN-AMERICAN PERFORMERS: This “Private Dancer” singer is “Simply the Best”
WHAT AN IDIOM!: You must suffer if you wish to achieve something: “No pain, no” this
SHINY THINGS: This band from Georgia sang about “Shiny Happy People”

Double Jeopardy! Round:

GET-TOGETHERS: In “Alice in Wonderland”, Alice joins the Mad Hatter, the March Hare & the Dormouse at this type of party
FILM ANALYSIS: Despite his rug being ruined, The Dude abides in this Coen Brothers film
BONES: It’s the medical name of the collarbone
COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE CHARACTERS: This puppet that’s often paired with Judy was modeled after the Pulcinella character from commedia dell’arte
COLONIAL AMERICA: In 1587, Virginia Dare was born in the lost colony on Roanoke Island in what is now this state
CH SQUARED: It comes after “Chattanooga” in the title of a Glenn Miller song

Correct responses for March 24, 2020:

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I WROTE THAT!: Who is Miguel de Cervantes?
CAR “MA”: What is Malibu?
FOREIGN GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: What is mesa?
AFRICAN-AMERICAN PERFORMERS: Who is Tina Turner?
WHAT AN IDIOM!: What is gain?
SHINY THINGS: Who is R.E.M.?
GET-TOGETHERS: What is tea party?
FILM ANALYSIS: What is “The Big Lebowski”?
BONES: What is the clavicle?
COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE CHARACTERS: What is Punch?
COLONIAL AMERICA: What is North Carolina?
CH SQUARED: What is Choo Choo?

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2 Comments on "J!6 Clue Archive – March 2020"

  1. Why not let second and third place people keep money earned instead of reduced to1 and ,2 k?

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