J!6 Clue Archive – March 2020

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Friday, March 13, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

PETAL PUSHERS: Upsy Daisy & Sweetest Sunrise are 2 bouquets Teleflora offers in this color category
ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS: In 1954 Roger Bannister became the first person to run a mile in less than this many minutes
STATE THE PROBLEM: The 1936 Tupelo tornado claimed 216 lives in this state
FIRST NAMES OF FAMOUS PAIRS: This pair’s last names were Parker & Barrow
SMITHSONIAN AIR & SPACE MUSEUM: Commemorating 18th century Paris, the “Clouds in a Bag” exhibit highlights the first of these objects to carry humans into the air
S PLUS 3 LETTERS: A London physician may have coined this word to identify air contamination

Double Jeopardy! Round:

HAJJ-PODGE: On the second morning of the Hajj, travelers visit this plain that shares its name with a late Palestinian leader
WHO DID SHE MARRY?: Katherine Schwarzenegger married this “Jurassic World” actor
1940S LITERATURE: Betty Smith’s semi-autobiographical novel about growing up in New York is “A Tree Grows in” this borough
R WE THERE YET?: We’re almost to the PNC Arena in the “City of Oaks”, this Southern U.S. state capital
THE NORMAN CONQUEST: This medieval tapestry depicts the story of the Norman Conquest
PORTMANTEAU WORDS: Waiting for Guffman & “Borat” are 2 examples of this kind of movie that’s made to look authentic but is actually scripted

Correct responses for March 13, 2020:

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PETAL PUSHERS: What is yellow?
ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS: What is 4?
STATE THE PROBLEM: What is Mississippi?
FIRST NAMES OF FAMOUS PAIRS: Who are Bonnie and Clyde?
SMITHSONIAN AIR & SPACE MUSEUM: What are balloons?
S PLUS 3 LETTERS: What is smog?
HAJJ-PODGE: What is Arafat?
WHO DID SHE MARRY?: Who is Chris Pratt?
1940S LITERATURE: What is Brooklyn?
R WE THERE YET?: What is Raleigh?
THE NORMAN CONQUEST: What is the Bayeux Tapestry?
PORTMANTEAU WORDS: What is a mockumentary?

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Thursday, March 12, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

REPORT CARDS OF HISTORICAL FIGURES: On his mathematics report card, this ancient Greek gets an “A” squared, “B” squared & “C” squared for his theorem
TV TALK: It can mean to put in place, like a tent, but in TV talk, it means to present a concept to a network
FOOD & DRINK IN THE BIBLE: Jesus distributes 5 loaves & 2 of these aquatic creatures to the people
CURRENT BRITISH ROYALS: The Duchess of York has this first name
THIS & THAT: This 5-letter Hawaiian word identifies a balcony or patio
ANAGRAMS OF LEAST: You’re telling that lame joke for the fifth time? Your act has really become this

Double Jeopardy! Round:

DEFENDING THEMSELVES IN COURT: Arriving to court with an “x” cut in his forehead, this cult leader opted for self-representation in his 1970 murder trial
SCIENCE: With a surface temperature of -109 degrees fahrenheit, dry ice is the solid form of this gas
BEFORE & AFTER: A grocery-shopping game show ends with pivotal advice on how to end a fight in “The Karate Kid”
MALE WRITERS: In one of his dystopian novels he wrote, “If you want to keep a secret you must also hide it from yourself”
DIVING: 2 athletes dive at the same time in this kind of diving that shares its name with a discipline of swimming
A CASE OF THE BENDS: This university founded in 1842 is just outside of South Bend

Correct responses for March 12, 2020:

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REPORT CARDS OF HISTORICAL FIGURES: Who is Pythagoras?
TV TALK: What is pitch?
FOOD & DRINK IN THE BIBLE: What are fish?
CURRENT BRITISH ROYALS: What is Sarah?
THIS & THAT: What is lanai?
ANAGRAMS OF LEAST: What is stale?
DEFENDING THEMSELVES IN COURT: Who is Charles Manson?
SCIENCE: What is carbon dioxide?
BEFORE & AFTER: What is Supermarket Sweep the leg?
MALE WRITERS: Who is George Orwell?
DIVING: What is synchronized?
A CASE OF THE BENDS: What is Notre Dame?

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Wednesday, March 11, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

PUT THAT SINGER’S NAME ON A POST OFFICE!: In 2019 legislation was passed to rename a San Fernando Valley post office for this “La Bamba” singer
HOME DECOR BASICS: This window that protrudes from the wall shares its name with a body of water
PUNNY JOB LOSS REASONS: My aunt tried to become a teacher, but she just didn’t have any this synonym for elegance
THEIR FINAL NOVEL: Her last novel was “Y is for Yesterday”
GOLD RUSH: This architecture-inspired phrase identifies the logo of McDonald’s
REQUIEM FOR A SKYLINE: The headquarters for Motown Records in the late 1960s, this city’s Donovan Building was demolished in 2006

Double Jeopardy! Round:

NAME THAT INSECT: To observe its surroundings, this “reverent” insect can turn its head 180 degrees
A YEAR ENDING IN 0: Sony launched the Playstation 2 & Nintendo sold its 100 millionth Game Boy in this year
ISLAND NATIONS: A person from this country may be referred to as Pinoy
FOE PAs: Mason’s stepdad angrily shows his hatred for squash in this Richard Linklater film shot over 12 years
PEOPLE: In 1921 Margaret Gorman won the title of “Most Beautiful Bathing Girl in America”, later recognized as this contest’s first winner
SHOULD BE IN THE FOREST: The 2019 Nobel Prize for this was awarded to 3 men for the development of lithium-ion batteries

Correct responses for March 11, 2020:

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PUT THAT SINGER’S NAME ON A POST OFFICE!: Who is Ritchie Valens?
HOME DECOR BASICS: What is a bay window?
PUNNY JOB LOSS REASONS: What is class?
THEIR FINAL NOVEL: Who is Sue Grafton?
GOLD RUSH: What are golden arches?
REQUIEM FOR A SKYLINE: What is Detroit?
NAME THAT INSECT: What is the praying mantis?
A YEAR ENDING IN 0: What is 2000?
ISLAND NATIONS: What are the Philippines?
FOE PAs: What is “Boyhood”?
PEOPLE: What is Miss America?
SHOULD BE IN THE FOREST: What is chemistry?

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

LET THERE BE LIGHT: This traffic light color has the longest wavelength on the electromagnetic spectrum
SECONDARY TITLES: This person is the second in command behind a kitchen’s executive chef
YOU’RE IN MY HOUSE!: This President’s house is named Monticello
POET-POURRI: This amateur poet wrote about “The rocket’s red glare, the bomb bursting in air”
FOOTBALL: A referee holding his arms outstretched with palms facing downward is signaling this 15-yard penalty
STUDENT WORD LIST: This word for a student also identifies a part of the ocular system

Double Jeopardy! Round:

WHAT IS THAT?: The Pope traditionally dons this regal headdress
THE COMICS: This comic strip about family members “Granddad” Freeman, Huey & Riley spawned an Adult Swim series
SHE’S A GODDESS!: This Greek goddess of love was born from sea foam
THE END OF THE EMPEROR: A year before his death, this emperor who ruled over much of Western Europe in the 8th & 9th century named his son Louis co-emperor
BRR! IT’S COLD OUT THERE: Recorded in Morocco in 1935, -11 degrees Fahrenheit is the coldest temperature ever on this continent
LET ME “IN”!: This word is a synonym for poor or impoverished

Correct responses for March 10, 2020:

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LET THERE BE LIGHT: What is red?
SECONDARY TITLES: What is a sous-chef?
YOU’RE IN MY HOUSE!: Who is Thomas Jefferson?
POET-POURRI: Who is Francis Scott Key?
FOOTBALL: What is unsportsmanlike conduct?
STUDENT WORD LIST: What is pupil?
WHAT IS THAT?: What is a miter?
THE COMICS: What is “The Boondocks”?
SHE’S A GODDESS!: Who is Aphrodite?
THE END OF THE EMPEROR: Who is Charlemagne?
BRR! IT’S COLD OUT THERE: What is Africa?
LET ME “IN”!: What is indigent?

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Monday, March 9, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

HI, WELCOME TO 5 AUTHORS!: Her works “Mrs. Dalloway” & “To the Lighthouse” are nothing to be afraid of
HERE’S OUR MEN, YOU: Men belonged to the Loyal Order of the Water Buffalo on this classic animated TV series
CAN I START YOU WITH SOME DRINKS?: The John Daly cocktail is an Arnold Palmer with a shot of vodka, named for another one of this sport’s pros
WE HAVE A FEW SPECIALS: Some of this classic comedian’s specials are collected in the DVD anthology “Thanks for the Memories”
THAT’S A GOOD CHOICE: A pro wrestler does this to his teammate, choosing to put him in the match
HOW ABOUT DESERT?: A national park in Tucson is named for this large kind of desert cactus

Double Jeopardy! Round:

BE STILL MY ART: Andy Warhol featured American brands in his art, like Campbell’s & this soft drink that claimed to be “The Real Thing”
COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS: Of 14 million, billion or trillion, it’s about how many years ago the Big Bang occurred
CUBA BEFORE FIDEL: He fumbled as leader of Cuba’s government in the 1930s, but regained control in the 1950s before being toppled by Castro’s forces
PLAYING THE SINGER ON FILM: Tom Hiddleston plays this country singer in “I Saw the Light”
YOU’RE SHOWING YOUR AGE: California, Texas & Illinois, among many other states, offer eligibility for a restricted driver’s license beginning at this age
FROM RAGS TO RICHES: This app for school-to-home communication is named for what it tries to do for its 20 million users

Correct responses for March 9, 2020:

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HI, WELCOME TO 5 AUTHORS!: Who is Virginia Woolf?
HERE’S OUR MEN, YOU: What is “The Flintstones”?
CAN I START YOU WITH SOME DRINKS?: What is golf?
WE HAVE A FEW SPECIALS: Who is Bob Hope?
THAT’S A GOOD CHOICE: What is tag?
HOW ABOUT DESERT?: What is saguaro?
BE STILL MY ART: What is Coca-Cola?
COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS: What is 14 billion?
CUBA BEFORE FIDEL: Who is Fulgencio Batista?
PLAYING THE SINGER ON FILM: Who is Hank Williams?
YOU’RE SHOWING YOUR AGE: What is 16?
FROM RAGS TO RICHES: What is Remind?

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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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