J!6 Clue Archive – March 2020

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Friday, March 6, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

WORLD PLACE NAMES: This Asian island nation is named for the man who ruled Spain from 1556 to 1598
BRITISH POLITICS: The Chancellor of the Exchequer is the U.K. equivalent to the U.S. secretary of this cabinet department
FLAG CREATORS: In 1959, a 23-year-old student’s green-white-green vertical stripe design was chosen for the flag of this most populous African nation
WANNA BET?: In this casino game, you can bet on the player or the dealer; the closest to 9 wins, & a tie pays 8 to 1
EMMY’S BEST DRAMA: In 2005, Oceanic Flight 815 took a trip to an Emmy victory for this show
FRENCH WORDS IN ENGLISH: French for “already seen”, it’s a feeling that one has previously experienced something

Double Jeopardy! Round:

LITERARY AWARDS: The awards given out by the Mystery Writers of America are named for this creator of detective C. Auguste Dupin
MUSICALS: Duncan Sheik wrote the music for this musical based on a German play
INVENTIONS: The 3-point seat belt was invented by this Swedish car company whose logo resembles a symbol for the planet Mars
POSTAL ABBREVIATION WORDS: Combine the home states of Jimmy Carter & Huey Long to get this type of event that the met hosts every may
THE SAINTS: During the reign of roman emperor Claudius II, this possibly legendary saint was beheaded for performing illegal marriages in secret
MARCH-ING IN: On March 5, 1770, a “massacre” took place when British soldiers fired into a crowd on King Street in this city

Correct responses for March 6, 2020:

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WORLD PLACE NAMES: What is the Philippines?
BRITISH POLITICS: What is Treasury?
FLAG CREATORS: What is Nigeria?
WANNA BET?: What is baccarat?
EMMY’S BEST DRAMA: What is “Lost”?
FRENCH WORDS IN ENGLISH: What is deja vu?
LITERARY AWARDS: Who is Edgar Allan Poe?
MUSICALS: What is “Spring Awakening”?
INVENTIONS: What is Volvo?
POSTAL ABBREVIATION WORDS: What is gala?
THE SAINTS: Who is St. Valentine?
MARCH-ING IN: What is Boston?

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Thursday, March 5, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

HOLD MY BEER: The British version of this glass holds almost 20 ounces & the American version holds 16 ounces
CHILDREN’S BOOKS: The creatures crown Max as their king in this Maurice Sendak book
SINGERS NOT SINGING: This singer played Napster co-founder Sean Parker in “The Social Network”
“C” AS IN SEIZE: To tighten up a body part, like your fist
CONTINENTAL: About 60% of the world’s population live in this continent
CONGRESS: In most cases, it’s the required number of votes in the Senate to end a filibuster

Double Jeopardy! Round:

THE COLD WAR: Between 1979 & 1989, the Soviet Union fought the Mujahideen in this nation
NEAT ANIMAL STUFF: This largest land mammal is unable to jump
GET SCHOOLED: Gatorade was invented by scientists at this state university
RETRO PHRASES: In the ’90s, Bart Simpson popularized the phrase “Don’t have” this animal
MONUMENTS & MEMORIALS: The Atomic Bomb Dome is at the Peace Memorial in this Japanese city
THE MEG: In 2019, she won the World Cup with Team USA & was named FIFA’s Player of the Year

Correct responses for March 5, 2020:

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HOLD MY BEER: What is pint glass?
CHILDREN’S BOOKS: What is “Where the Wild Things Are”?
SINGERS NOT SINGING: Who is Justin Timberlake?
“C” AS IN SEIZE: What is clench?
CONTINENTAL: What is Asia?
CONGRESS: What is 60?
THE COLD WAR: What is Afghanistan?
NEAT ANIMAL STUFF: What is elephant?
GET SCHOOLED: What is Florida?
RETRO PHRASES: What is a cow?
MONUMENTS & MEMORIALS: What is Hiroshima?
THE MEG: Who is Megan Rapinoe?

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Wednesday, March 4, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

CURRENT SPORTS NICKNAMES: Beast Mode is a nickname of this Skittles-loving Seattle Seahawks running back
NEGATIVE THOUGHTS: In the title of a children’s book, it’s the first word that describes Alexander’s “Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”
AMERICA’S RICHEST SELF-MADE WOMEN: Marian Ilitch owns the Detroit Red Wings & co-founded this pizza chain
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?: Soapy water & oils can help rid your garden of these insects that are also called plant lice
HELLER: Marielle Heller directed 2019’s “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”, starring this actor as Mr. Rogers
HIGH WATER: This lake between Bolivia & Peru is 12,500 feet above sea level

Double Jeopardy! Round:

THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA: In 1802, this military academy opened in New York
FROM SNL TO THE MOVIES: Will Ferrell & Chris Kattan danced while trying to figure out “What is Love?” in this film
SCIENCE: The ratio of an object’s speed to the speed of sound is named for this Austrian physicist
ANCIENT GREEK & ROMAN ARCHITECTURE: Classic orders in architecture include doric, ionic & this order named for a Greek city where St. Paul spent some time
FILL IN THE TONY-WINNING PLAY TITLE: 2015: “The Curious Incident of the ____ in the Night-time”
GIVING OUT “IOUS”: Chef David Chang hosts a Netflix show called “Ugly” this

Correct responses for March 4, 2020:

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CURRENT SPORTS NICKNAMES: Who is Marshawn Lynch?
NEGATIVE THOUGHTS: What is Terrible?
AMERICA’S RICHEST SELF-MADE WOMEN: What is Little Caesars?
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?: What are aphids?
HELLER: Who is Tom Hanks?
HIGH WATER: What is Lake Titicaca?
THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA: What is West Point?
FROM SNL TO THE MOVIES: What is “A Night at the Roxbury”?
SCIENCE: Who is Ernst Mach?
ANCIENT GREEK & ROMAN ARCHITECTURE: What is Corinthian?
FILL IN THE TONY-WINNING PLAY TITLE: What is dog?
GIVING OUT “IOUS”: What is Delicious?

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Tuesday, March 3, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

THE 1950s: Named for a Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire film, this hotel chain opened its first location in Memphis in 1952
COMMON BOND CUISINE: Waldorf, Greek & tuna are varieties of this dish
LITERARY TWINS: It’s the last name of twins Fred & George from the “Harry Potter” novels
CHARITABLE CELEBS: This “Hotel Rwanda” actor advocates for The Sentry, an N.G.O. that aids war-torn areas such as Darfur
IMMACULATE INCEPTION: In the 1930s, this glass cleaner was marketed for automobile windshields before being sold as a household item
“LIST” BUCKET: Yo-Yo Ma won a 2011 Presidential Medal of Freedom for his mastery as this type of musician

Double Jeopardy! Round:

IMPOSTOR!: In the 1900s, Cassie Chadwick borrowed large sums from banks by claiming to be the daughter of this steel tycoon from Scotland
WATERFALLS: This waterfall on the Zambezi River forms a border between Zimbabwe & Zambia
PARENTHETICAL SONG TITLES: Blue Oyster Cult had a hit with “(Don’t Fear)” this
GEOLOGY: It’s the layer of the earth between the crust & the outer core
LUKE: In Luke 4, this profession of Luke’s precedes the words “heal thyself”
4, 4: It’s a place where stolen automobiles are disassembled so that the parts can be sold individually

Correct responses for March 3, 2020:

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THE 1950s: What is Holiday Inn?
COMMON BOND CUISINE: What is salad?
LITERARY TWINS: What is Weasley?
CHARITABLE CELEBS: Who is Don Cheadle?
IMMACULATE INCEPTION: What is Windex?
“LIST” BUCKET: What is cellist?
IMPOSTOR!: Who is Andrew Carnegie?
WATERFALLS: What is Victoria Falls?
PARENTHETICAL SONG TITLES: What is “The Reaper”?
GEOLOGY: What is the mantle?
LUKE: What is physician?
4, 4: What is chop shop?

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Monday, March 2, 2020:

Jeopardy! Round:

X-MEN: YOUNG & NOT AS YOUNG: Tye Sheridan plays the younger version & James Marsden plays the older version of this guy, Scott Summers
THE 20th CENTURY: Hermann Goering was one of the Nazi leaders put on trial in this German city after World War II
NOVEL CHARACTERS: Starbuck is Captain Ahab’s first mate on the Pequod in this novel
STAY PROTECTED: In 2018, the market was prime for this tech giant to buy Ring, a home security startup, for $1 billion
WORDS FROM THE MAP: This name for a horse race comes from a city in England
RUBRIC CUES: Pardon me; one rule to live by is that it’s better to be safe than this

Double Jeopardy! Round:

MUSIC: The Nutcracker was composed by this Russian
THE TOOLSHED: In college football, the winner of the Minnesota vs. Wisconsin game gets Paul Bunyan’s this tool
MICRONESIA: In 1991, Micronesia became a member of this international organization
CRANKY TV CHARACTERS: Ron Swanson is a grumpy, whisky-loving public official on this TV series
MOON ME: The moon is larger than this dwarf planet that was demoted in 2006
JUST “NO”: This confection is an ingredient in Snickers & Baby Ruth candy bars

Correct responses for March 2, 2020:

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X-MEN: YOUNG & NOT AS YOUNG: Who is Cyclops?
THE 20th CENTURY: What is Nuremberg?
NOVEL CHARACTERS: What is “Moby-Dick”?
STAY PROTECTED: What is Amazon?
WORDS FROM THE MAP: What is derby?
RUBRIC CUES: What is sorry?
MUSIC: Who is Pyotr Tchaikovsky?
THE TOOLSHED: What is axe?
MICRONESIA: What is the United Nations?
CRANKY TV CHARACTERS: What is “Parks and Recreation”?
MOON ME: What is Pluto?
JUST “NO”: What is nougat?

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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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