Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (815 results returned)

#8147, aired 2020-01-282020 ANNIVERSARIES $1600: Once part of Massachusetts, this state is celebrating its bicentennial Maine
#8138, aired 2020-01-15BORDER RIVERS $1200: The Romaine River is a small part of Canada's longest provincial boundary between Quebec and this vast mainland region Labrador
#8122, aired 2019-12-24THE ROLES OF MORGAN FREEMAN $400: 1994: Red Redding, a lifer at a Maine prison The Shawshank Redemption
#8113, aired 2019-12-11THERE ONCE WAS THIS MAN FROM... $600: ...Maine / who made shoes to fight off the rain / his catalog mailed / & clothing detailed / outdoors would be his domain L.L. Bean
#8083, aired 2019-10-30UNDER THE... $400: Stephen King novel in which Chester's Mill, Maine is sealed off from the rest of the world Under the Dome
#8082, aired 2019-10-29COASTLINES $400: Cities along this U.S. state's ocean coast include Astoria & Brookings Oregon
#8066, aired 2019-10-07AROUND THE USA $400: Eastport in this state is fittingly the easternmost city in the lower 48 states Maine
#8066, aired 2019-10-07ESSAYS $1600: This "Infinite Jest" author used the Maine lobster festival to discuss the morality of killing lobsters for eating pleasure David Foster Wallace
#8057, aired 2019-09-24THAT'S OLD NEWS $800: The Helena Weekly Herald, July 20, 1876: "Curley says" this man "remained alive through the greater part of the engagement" Custer
#8039, aired 2019-07-18THE EDGARS $200: Part of "The Bazaar of Bad Dreams", "Obits" won the 2016 Short Story Edgar Award for my Maine man, this horror master Stephen King
#8029, aired 2019-07-04RED, DELICIOUS $200: The shells of the Maine type of this crustacean turn bright red only after cooking lobster
#8001, aired 2019-05-2716-LETTER WORDS $2000: Look at a map of the contiguous U.S. & you'll see that this 16-letter superlative adjective applies to Maine northeasternmost
#7986, aired 2019-05-06INITIALLY YOURS $800: This guy started out with a 3-page flyer advertising his Maine hunting shoe; the catalog is bigger now L.L. Bean
#7979, aired 2019-04-25LAKE NAME-IS-MEMORABLE $200: Mooselookmeguntic Lake is about 85 miles northwest of this capital of Maine Augusta
#7977, aired 2019-04-23POTPOURRI $1000: Maine's state flower is actually a cone from this tree a pine
#7972, aired 2019-04-16YEAH, WE SAW IT ON THE INTERNET $1000: In 2015 Funny or Die had a picture of a storefront sign of this tech chain; many letters were fritzed out but "adioS" remained Radio Shack
#7968, aired 2019-04-10THE CIVIL WAR $2000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a diagram of a battle on the monitor.) Here's the Little Round Top location of the 20th Maine regiment; out of ammo & exhausted, the 20th led a bayonet charge to secure Meade's left flank & saved the day during this battle Gettysburg
#7951, aired 2019-03-18MISSOURI HISTORY $400: Under the terms of this 1820 legislation, Maine entered the Union as a free state & Missouri as a slave state the Missouri Compromise
#7949, aired 2019-03-14HIGH GARDEN $800: In 2015 astronauts aboard this tucked into some romaine lettuce, becoming NASA's first to eat space-grown veggies the ISS (International Space Station)
#7943, aired 2019-03-0619th CENTURY PEOPLE $3,000 (Daily Double): This Maine senator who became Lincoln's veep was named for an uncle who was named for a Carthaginian general Hannibal Hamlin
#7942, aired 2019-03-05TO THE LIGHTHOUSE $1200: The Portland Head Light in this state is said to be the most photographed lighthouse in the United States Maine
#7931, aired 2019-02-18ANTEBELLUM $1200: Riots in Havana in 1898 led to this doomed U.S. ship being sent there the Maine
#7930, aired 2019-02-15IT WAS SO FUNNY $800: On this HBO show Jemaine & Bret sing, "I can tell that you are the most beautiful girl in the room (in the whole wide room)" Flight of the Conchords
#7926, aired 2019-02-11A STATE OF RELAXATION $2000: In New England, Moose Point State Park Maine
#7905, aired 2019-01-11SHARK TANK 10 $400: (Hi, I'm Barbara Corcoran.) One of my favorite deals was investing $55,000 with 2 cousins from Maine who ran food trucks specializing in this shellfish; their passion & my guidance have made us all millions lobster
#7902, aired 2019-01-08ANIMATED DISNEY VILLAINS $800: Drizella, Anastasia & their mother, Lady Tremaine Cinderella
#7893, aired 2018-12-26STATE STUFF $600: John Kerry summers there, sometimes on Naushon Island Massachusetts
#7892, aired 2018-12-25BLAME CANADA $400: In a dispute over these rights between Maine & Canada, one man said, "Canadians are like Vikings! they...pillage" fishing rights
#7891, aired 2018-12-24LET'S PUT ON A SHOW $1600: In the play "Almost, Maine", people fall in & out of love while watching this celestial display the Northern Lights
#7885, aired 2018-12-14THAT HAPPENED! $1200: This 3-word phrase preceded "To hell with Spain!" as a Spanish-American war rallying cry remember the Maine
#7882, aired 2018-12-11AT THE SALAD BAR $400: Several kinds of lettuce, including this traditional type for a Caesar salad romaine
#7874, aired 2018-11-29IT'S A DATE $1200: February 15, 1898: This is sunk by an explosion the U.S.S. Maine
#7865, aired 2018-11-16STATE FACTS $1200: The largest New England state in area, it's the least densely populated east of the Mississippi Maine
#7859, aired 2018-11-08AT MY SAFETY SCHOOL $2000: Researchers at U.C. Davis are helping keep us safe from this bacterium that plagued romaine lettuce in 2018 E. coli
#7856, aired 2018-11-05SISTER CITIES $200: This city in Maine--not the Oregon one--is sisters with Shinagawa, Japan, a city of 350,000 inside the borough of Tokyo Portland
#7847, aired 2018-10-23PRISON $800: As of 2018 only 40 prisoners of a total of 780 detainees remained at this Cuban site Guantánamo
#7837, aired 2018-10-09BEFORE & AFTER AT THE MALL $1200: Maine outdoor clothing company that moonlights as a number cruncher L.L. Bean-counter
#7833, aired 2018-10-03NEW ENGLAND $1000: This state's House of Representatives includes seats for 3 nonvoting members, including 1 representing the Penobscot nation Maine
#7832, aired 2018-10-02LARGEST CITIES $400: The largest cities in Maine & Oregon share this name Portland
#7825, aired 2018-09-21SENATORS IN THE 115th CONGRESS $1200: The 2 independents in the current Senate are Angus King Jr. of Maine & this guy from a nearby state (Bernie) Sanders
#7825, aired 2018-09-21SENATORS IN THE 115th CONGRESS $2000: She's the main (well, senior) senator from Maine (Susan) Collins
#7812, aired 2018-07-24WRITERS OF COLONIAL AMERICA $800: Thomas Morton so mocked the "piety" of his Mass. neighbors, he was exiled to this future "Pine Tree State" up north Maine
#7801, aired 2018-07-09UNFURL THE STATE FLAG $1600: On Maine's flag this type of deer sits quietly under a tree a moose
#7800, aired 2018-07-06ADJECTIVES FOR YOUR CAT $800: Get out the brush--the Persian & Maine coon cat are this type of breed, not the best for allergy sufferers long-haired
#7783, aired 2018-06-13APPALACHIAN APPELLATION $1600: Baxter Peak on Mount Katahdin is the highest point in this New England state Maine
#7783, aired 2018-06-13SINGERS' SHARED FIRST NAMES $1000: Maines & Merchant Natalie
#7773, aired 2018-05-30TRIBAL STATES $1600: Passamaquoddy tribe Maine
#7765, aired 2018-05-18THE SCHOOL YEAR $400: In 1825 this author graduated from Maine's Bowdoin College, where he gambled, partied & didn't get scarlet As (Nathaniel) Hawthorne
#7764, aired 2018-05-17U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1000: West Quoddy Head in this state is the easternmost point of land in the contiguous United States Maine
#7757, aired 2018-05-08NATIONAL PARKS $400: Alphabetically, our national parks run from Acadia in Maine to this one in Utah Zion
#7754, aired 2018-05-03THESE ARE DAYS $600: A state holiday in Massachusetts & Maine, Patriots' Day is the third Monday in April, in honor of these 2 battles Lexington and Concord
#7752, aired 2018-05-01THE NAME OF THE JAMES $2000: This former Maine senator & Secretary of State narrowly lost the 1884 presidential election to Grover Cleveland James G. Blaine
#7747, aired 2018-04-24STATE CONSUMABLES $800: You've still got a little right here after eating this pie, Maine's state dessert blueberry pie
#7746, aired 2018-04-23SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN $800: Though King Lear disinherited her, she was the only one of his 3 daughters who remained faithful to him Cordelia
#7742, aired 2018-04-17OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $600: You'll shout with joy the name of this pie, Maine's state treat a whoopie pie
#7737, aired 2018-04-10COLLEGE VOCABULARY $800: In Wisconsin, it's a yellow cheese; in Maine, it's a 2,000-student college Colby
#7733, aired 2018-04-04THE POSTMAN'S 4-LETTER WORDS $800: Venison & rabbit are this kind of meat game
#7732, aired 2018-04-03IT'S A DISASTER! $1000: In the 2000s, 400 tons of industrial waste remained stemming from the 1984 chemical leak in this city in India Bhopal
#7724, aired 2018-03-22SING A SONG OF $1200: In "Song Of Home" this Belfast bluesman is sailing home from Maine, then sailing home from Spain--did he get lost? Van Morrison
#7712, aired 2018-03-06A YEAR ENDING IN 8 $1600: The battleship Maine blows up in Havana harbor 1898
#7684, aired 2018-01-253-NAME THE AUTHOR $1600: "The Maine Woods", published posthumously in 1864 Henry David Thoreau
#7670, aired 2018-01-05TAKE ME "DOWN" $1000: A native of Maine a Down Easter
#7659, aired 2017-12-21DOCUMENTS $800: All about lumber, the Aroostook War between New Brunswick & this state was settled by 1842's Webster-Ashburton treaty Maine
#7654, aired 2017-12-14IT WAS SO COLD... $600: In Maine these critters, Homarus americanus, were throwing themselves into pots lobsters
#7644, aired 2017-11-30NEW ENGLAND $800: In 1883 he settled at Prouts Neck, on the coast of Maine, where he would paint many of his seascapes (Winslow) Homer
#7642, aired 2017-11-28LITERATURE $2000: Elizabeth Strout won a 2009 Pulitzer Prize for her book of stories, set in coastal Maine, about this title woman Olive Kitteridge
#7635, aired 2017-11-17STATE BY COUNTIES $600: Where's Waldo? & Androscoggin & Kennebec, too! Maine
#7623, aired 2017-11-01TAKE A HIKE! $600: (Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) For those who like a challenge, it takes about six months to hike the nearly 2,200 miles from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mt. Katahdin in Maine to complete this trail in its entirety the Appalachian Trail
#7616, aired 2017-10-23REMEMBER THE... $400: Havana wreck, left in the harbor for 13 years-- "Remember the ____" the Maine
#7612, aired 2017-10-17LET'S SAVE THE PLANET $600: aims to protect these, like Acadia in Maine & Kings Canyon in California national parks
#7600, aired 2017-09-29WHERE ARE YOU WEARING? $400: This state precedes "hunting shoe" in the name of the first product introduced by L.L. Bean Maine
#7588, aired 2017-09-13LESSER-KNOWN MUSEUMS $2000: The International Museum of this -ology in Maine has exhibits for the Montauk Monster & the Jersey Devil cryptozoology
#7584, aired 2017-07-27STATE FLAGS $200: This star is on the flags of both Alaska & Maine the North Star
#7584, aired 2017-07-27THE UNION, JACK $600: Although the Union won the August 1864 Battle of this bay, the city itself remained in Southern hands Mobile Bay
#7565, aired 2017-06-30ANAGRAM OF A STATE $800: A Japanese cartoon genre anime (anagram of Maine)
#7556, aired 2017-06-19HOUSE FULL OF LIT $600: "Good night--you princes of Maine!" is a line from this John Irving work that takes place in part in an orphanage The Cider House Rules
#7546, aired 2017-06-05TV DOCTORS $800: Alan & Monica Quartermaine are just 2 of the many doctors featured over more than 13,000 episodes of this drama General Hospital
#7545, aired 2017-06-02THE 50 STATES $2000: The first woman to serve in both houses of Congress, Margaret Chase Smith represented this NE state Maine
#7536, aired 2017-05-2219th CENTURY CONGRESSMEN $1200: James G. Blaine, former co-owner of the Kennebec Journal, repped this state Maine
#7529, aired 2017-05-11TV DRAMAS $400: "Once Upon a Time" is set in this fictional New England town Storybrooke (Maine)
#7519, aired 2017-04-27ALMOST THERE TO THE STATE CAPITAL $5,000 (Daily Double): The 2 capitals with the complete names of months within their names Juneau, Alaska and Augusta, Maine
#7505, aired 2017-04-07LIGHTHOUSES $800: Built in 1764, the USA's oldest surviving light is Sandy Hook, where the Atlantic meets New York Bay in this state New Jersey
#7494, aired 2017-03-23GRAINS $600: Einkorn & teff have remained relatively unchanged over the years & are called this type of very old grain ancient
#7494, aired 2017-03-23WHERE IS IT? $1600: Bar Harbor, near Acadia National Park: this state Maine
#7490, aired 2017-03-17WOMEN IN HISTORY $800: Dolores Ibárurri, a heroine of the losing side in this 1930s war, remained honorary president of the Communist Party until 1989 the Spanish Civil War
#7484, aired 2017-03-09NIXON'S ENEMIES LIST $2000: Several senators took up spots, including Walter Mondale, William Proxmire & this man from Maine Edmund Muskie
#7480, aired 2017-03-03AMERICAN AUTHORS $400: In 1986 he & wife Tabitha created a foundation to provide support for Maine communities (Stephen) King
#7478, aired 2017-03-01A SMALL COLLEGE $600: The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum at this school in Brunswick, Maine features Peary's sled used at the North Pole Bowdoin
#7465, aired 2017-02-10STATE SCHOOL ALUMNI $400: Stephen King, Olympia Snowe Maine
#7460, aired 2017-02-03AMERICAN HISTORY $600: The unexplained sinking of the USS Maine led the U.S. to declare war on this country on April 25, 1898 Spain
#7447, aired 2017-01-17STATE PARKS $2000: Quoddy Head State Park Maine
#7442, aired 2017-01-10FORT-ITUDE $2000: In July 1864, while he was V.P., he served on active duty as a private at Fort McClary in Maine where he became camp cook (Hannibal) Hamlin
#7437, aired 2017-01-03ART & ARTISTS $1200: Winslow Homer often depicted the coast of Maine in this type of painting, also the title of an Edward Albee play seascape
#7429, aired 2016-12-22SPELL IT WITH STATE ABBREVIATIONS $1600: Marcel Marceau's profession Michigan & Maine (MI & ME)
#7420, aired 2016-12-09IT BORDERS BOTH $200: Maine & Vermont: this state New Hampshire
#7406, aired 2016-11-21LOOKING AT COLLEGES $1000: I've read up on the university's campus in Orono, which boasts the largest library in this state Maine
#7406, aired 2016-11-21STUFF THAT EXPLODES $1200: The unexplained explosion of this ship in Havana's harbor in 1898 led to war the Maine
#7400, aired 2016-11-11ENTERTAINING ANIMALS $1000: On film a Maine harbormaster & his family have their hands full with "Andre", one of these aquatic mammals a seal
#7396, aired 2016-11-07ART & ARTISTS $2000: "High Cliff, Coast of Maine" is a typical work by this American (Winslow) Homer
#7374, aired 2016-10-06U.S. STATES' LARGEST ISLANDS $2000: Home to the town of Bar Harbor, Maine is Mount this island (Mount) Desert
#7372, aired 2016-10-04RHYMES WITH A STATE $400: It's the word for someone from Copenhagen Dane
#7355, aired 2016-07-29BATTLESHIPS $400: On February 15, 1898, just hours after the photo seen here was taken, this battleship exploded the Maine
#7341, aired 2016-07-11ROADS SCHOLAR $1600: When this U.S. highway was extended to Key West in 1938, it completed a road all the way back to Maine U.S. 1
#7334, aired 2016-06-30MUSICIANS ON TV $800: The title of this TV show about bandmates Jemaine & Bret is a pun on a 1973 aeronautic achievement Flight of the Conchords
#7332, aired 2016-06-28DOING BUSINESS ONLINE $400: "Favorites" from this Maine-based retailer include women's hiking boots & flannel sheets L.L.Bean
#7316, aired 2016-06-06NATIONAL PARKS $1000: State where you'll find (the non-southern) Acadia Maine
#7306, aired 2016-05-23THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR FICTION $1600: In 2009 winner "Olive Kitteridge", 13 connected stories in this New England state pack a collective emotional wallop Maine
#7296, aired 2016-05-09MYTHOLOGY $1600: After Pandora opened her box & released all the evils, only this remained hope
#7289, aired 2016-04-28STATELY MUSEUMS $1000: Penobscot Marine Museum & Wadsworth-Longfellow House Maine
#7279, aired 2016-04-14NO-FLY ZONE $800: The Bush family compound in this Maine resort Kennebunkport
#7261, aired 2016-03-21AROUND THE USA $200: Aroostook County in this New England state borders Quebec & New Brunswick Maine
#7255, aired 2016-03-11U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: This mountain system stretches about 1,500 miles from Maine to Alabama the Appalachians
#7238, aired 2016-02-17YOUR 5-COURSE MEAL $200: Let's start you out with a salad--this one classically made with romaine lettuce, croutons & anchovies a Caesar salad
#7220, aired 2016-01-22STATE FISH $1200: Maine's state fish, the landlocked this, migrates to various lakes & rivers to spawn, laying eggs in nests called redds salmon
#7209, aired 2016-01-07LIVING THE SPACED-OUT LIFE $200: In 2015 NASA astronauts on the International Space Station snacked on space lettuce, a variety of romaine grown with the aid of these, LEDs light-emitting diodes
#7176, aired 2015-11-23HISTORY ON FILM $1000: This senator from Maine announced her run for the presidency in 1964 Margaret Chase Smith
#7147, aired 2015-10-13NEW ENGLAND $1000: The roads of this Maine national park on the Atlantic coast travel over 17 unique stone-faced bridges Acadia National Park
#7137, aired 2015-09-29GENERAL KNOWLEDGE $800: It's "the Pine Tree State" Maine
#7135, aired 2015-09-25FICTIONAL TV TOWNS $2000: Collinsport, Maine Dark Shadows
#7112, aired 2015-07-14LET IT SNOW $1000: This state's 24-hour record for snowfall is 40 inches in Orono on Dec. 30, 1962 Maine
#7111, aired 2015-07-13ARTISTS & THEIR SUBJECTS $1600: Artist who painted the 1948 work seen here that features a Maine neighbor who suffered from polio Andrew Wyeth
#7094, aired 2015-06-18THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART $800: Among this New Englander's works in the Gallery is "Incoming Tide, Scarboro, Maine" Winslow Homer
#7064, aired 2015-05-07MY NAME IS A TITLE $600: Frances McDormand played this title Maine woman in a 2014 HBO miniseries Olive Kitteridge
#7056, aired 2015-04-27WHICH STATE? $400: Is the only one with a one-syllable name Maine
#7030, aired 2015-03-20STATE THE SENATOR $600: In 1955: Prescott Bush Connecticut
#7026, aired 2015-03-1619th C. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS $1,400 (Daily Double): Charlestown-born Charles Taylor became publisher of this newspaper in 1873, it remained in the family for the next 126 years The Boston Globe
#7007, aired 2015-02-17A HAMBURGER WITH ALL THE FIXINGS $200: Let's start with the lettuce--this kind that's traditionally in a Caesar salad romaine
#7004, aired 2015-02-12REMEMBER MAINE! $200: Remember that it's the capital! Augusta
#7004, aired 2015-02-12REMEMBER MAINE! $400: Remember that Maine's chief products include this critter, Homarus americanus--yum! a lobster
#7004, aired 2015-02-12REMEMBER MAINE! $600: Remember that the northern portion of this trail runs through Maine from New Hampshire to Mount Katahdin! the Appalachian Trail
#7004, aired 2015-02-12REMEMBER MAINE! $800: Remember that in 1959 Maine's 190-mile mountain range was named for this "Evangeline" poet & native son! Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#7004, aired 2015-02-12REMEMBER MAINE! $1000: Remember that Maine was admitted to the Union in 1820 to balance the admission of this slave state! Missouri
#6994, aired 2015-01-29THE NATIONAL SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL & MUSEUM $600: (Alex reports from the National 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York City.) It's called "The Last Column", and it remained in the bedrock throughout the recovery process; in May 2002, it was ceremonially removed to mark the end of 9 months of work at the site known as this Ground Zero
#6986, aired 2015-01-19THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $200: Fitzhugh Lee, U.S. Consul General in Havana, advised President McKinley not to send this ship to the city; he was ignored the Maine
#6982, aired 2015-01-13BRR, BABY, BRR $3,000 (Daily Double): This New England state's record low of -50 F. was recorded in Aroostook County on January 16, 2009 Maine
#6964, aired 2014-12-18OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $600: The sailing ship Bowdoin is this state's state vessel Maine
#6955, aired 2014-12-05STATES' LONGEST BORDERS $1600: This state only borders one other U.S. state, New Hampshire Maine
#6949, aired 2014-11-27NBA LAST NAME'S THE SAME $200: Jermaine & Shaquille O'Neal
#6931, aired 2014-11-03THE PSILENT LETTER $2000: What's now called food poisoning was once named for this stinky substance made by bacteria during putrefaction ptomaine
#6920, aired 2014-10-17STATE LICENSE PLATES $600: In Maine this "specialty plate" isn't on your table but on your car, aiding research on Maine's signature product lobsters
#6913, aired 2014-10-08SPANISH HISTORY $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) When the Armada was defeated in 1588, the Spanish Empire covered large areas of the New World; by 1825, only these two island possessions remained Cuba & Puerto Rico
#6902, aired 2014-09-23THE ALL-WRITERS BASKETBALL TEAM $400: 6'4'' from the University of Maine, this "Dead Zone" author Stephen King
#6894, aired 2014-07-31STATE'S LEFTS $400: To the left of Maine New Hampshire
#6874, aired 2014-07-03COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1,000 (Daily Double): The campus of the University of this state is in Orono, named for a Penobscot chief Maine
#6869, aired 2014-06-26LAKES & RIVERS $2000: This Canadian province shares the Chiputneticook Lakes with Maine New Brunswick
#6863, aired 2014-06-18"BAN" $800: In "King Of The Road", Roger Miller sang, "third boxcar midnight train, destination" this Maine city Bangor
#6861, aired 2014-06-16CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $1200: Portland (1820) Maine
#6857, aired 2014-06-101990s HITMAKERS $800: In 1994 this R&B group's "I'll Make Love To You" remained at the top of the charts for 14 straight weeks Boyz II Men
#6846, aired 2014-05-26EMPIRE $1000: From its capital Constantinople, this empire remained a world force for more than 1,000 years the Byzantine Empire
#6842, aired 2014-05-20U.S. PLACES $1200: This Maine national park shares its name with a historic region of French Canada Acadia
#6830, aired 2014-05-02COHEN-CIDENTALLY $1000: This senator from Maine ran the Defense Department as the only Republican in Bill Clinton's Cabinet William Cohen
#6827, aired 2014-04-29THE NEW YORK TIMES YOU NEVER FORGET YOUR FIRST $400: (I'm Mark Bittman.) Today locally grown food is the rage, but in 1991 my first Times article was about how overnight mail brings fresh food from far off, like these crustaceans sent from Maine lobsters
#6824, aired 2014-04-24LEO, THE POPE $1600: In 799, after being attacked in Rome, Leo III fled to the safety of this king of the Franks with whom he remained for 7 months Charlemagne
#6821, aired 2014-04-21THE SALE MAKER $600: In 1912 he was the Maine (& only) man in his new clothing business; today, the company has annual sales of $1.5 billion L.L. Bean
#6820, aired 2014-04-18HOME, SWEET HOME $800: Though you won't find a bride & groom atop it, the house seen here in Kennebunk, Maine has this "tasty" nickname wedding cake
#6819, aired 2014-04-17THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM $1000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew stands next to a map of the eastern U.S.) Truly earning its interstate name, this highway stretches from Maine to Florida, passing through 15 states I-95
#6809, aired 2014-04-03small state capitals $1000: This capital on the Kennebec River traces its founding to 1628 Augusta (Maine)
#6804, aired 2014-03-27GO "LUCKY" $1600: Even after his deportation to Italy in 1946, he remained an influential American mob boss Lucky Luciano
#6802, aired 2014-03-25"SNOW" JOB $1600: This Maine senator is only the fourth woman in history to serve in both houses of Congress Olympia Snowe
#6792, aired 2014-03-11"R"ANDOM HOUSE DICTIONARY DEFINITIONS $600: "A variety of lettuce... having a cylindrical head of long, relatively loose leaves" romaine
#6790, aired 2014-03-07THE WORLD WIDE "WEB" $1000: 19th century treaty that settled the northern boundaries of Maine & Wisconsin the Webster-Ashburton Treaty
#6787, aired 2014-03-04LIKE IT'S 1998 $1000: This former Maine senator helped broker a peace deal in Northern Ireland (George) Mitchell
#6787, aired 2014-03-04THE SONNET $1200: Some of this Maine-born poet's finest verse appears in her 1931 collection "Fatal Interview", a group of love sonnets Edna St. Vincent Millay
#6786, aired 2014-03-03ON THE "GO" $800: This one-word Latin motto of the state of Maine means "I lead" Dirigo
#6786, aired 2014-03-03STEPHEN KING $400: Like "The Shining", "Misery" deals with a writer stuck in this U.S. state during winter Colorado
#6777, aired 2014-02-18OTHER LONE STAR FLAGS $400: On this state's flag, note the pine tree under one star, the North Star Maine
#6768, aired 2014-02-05I'M HEADING TO... $800: Mount Katahdin in this New England state Maine
#6760, aired 2014-01-24ANCIENT ROME $2000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) An emperor's visit to Britain in 122 A.D. led to the building of this defensive barrier that remained effective for almost 300 years Hadrian's Wall
#6760, aired 2014-01-24CENTURY 19 $1,000 (Daily Double): In January 1898 this U.S. Battleship went to Havana Harbor in part to protect U.S. citizens, but it would never leave the Maine
#6749, aired 2014-01-09FUNNY TV $1000: Bret & Jemaine rapped as the rhymenoceros & hiphopopotamus (whose lyrics were bottomless) on this HBO show Flight of the Conchords
#6749, aired 2014-01-09PRESIDENTS & VICE PRESIDENTS $1000: This VP under Lincoln was born in Paris--Paris, Maine Hannibal Hamlin
#6748, aired 2014-01-08MAINE STAYS $400: "41" is HBO's documentary about him & his life in Kennebunkport, his "anchor to windward" George H.W. Bush
#6748, aired 2014-01-08MAINE STAYS $800: A year after he retired to Walden Pond, he headed for the backwoods of Maine & wrote 3 essays about his trip there Thoreau
#6748, aired 2014-01-08MAINE STAYS $1200: This future president left N.H. for Bowdoin College, where he was friends with Nathaniel Hawthorne Franklin Pierce
#6748, aired 2014-01-08MAINE STAYS $2000: This artist immortalized Prouts Neck, the Maine village that became his home in the 1880s Winslow Homer
#6748, aired 2014-01-08MAINE STAYS $2,000 (Daily Double): This historian went to Colby College in Waterville; she later met & married Richard Goodwin, adviser to JFK & LBJ Doris Kearns Goodwin
#6744, aired 2014-01-02AMERICAN HISTORY $1600: With the consent of Massachusetts, this state was admitted to the union as part of the Missouri compromise in 1820 Maine
#6737, aired 2013-12-24OUR HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS $800: This document remained in effect for 71 years, until Plymouth was incorporated into the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691 Mayflower Compact
#6733, aired 2013-12-18"M" STATE $200: More than 100 million pounds of lobster were harvested there in 2011 Maine
#6709, aired 2013-11-14U.S. HISTORY: THE FIRST 100 YEARS $1000: The Webster-Ashburton treaty of 1842 settled the boundary between New Brunswick & this state Maine
#6699, aired 2013-10-31FRANKLY, MY DEAR $3,000 (Daily Double): This ancient playwright's "Lysistrata" contains the line "can't live with them, or without them!" Aristophanes
#6699, aired 2013-10-31STATE YOUR BUSINESS $400: Apple Inc. California
#6699, aired 2013-10-31WORDPLAY GRAB BAG $600: 10-letter words: self-denial of alcohol or sex abstinence
#6637, aired 2013-06-25EXTREME GEOGRAPHY $800: It's the easternmost U.S. state capital Augusta(, Maine)
#6626, aired 2013-06-10AVIATION $400: 16 years after Wilbur died, he sent the flyer I to London's Science Museum, where it remained for 20 years Orville Wright
#6626, aired 2013-06-10STATE OF THE ONION $800: "The people... can be found on pages 12-187 of the quarterly L.L. Bean catalog" Maine
#6619, aired 2013-05-30TREES THE CHARM $1000: A Yarmouth, Maine tree called Herbie, a majestic American type of this tree, had to be cut down in 2010 at age 217 elm
#6608, aired 2013-05-15NOVELLAS $400: His novella "The Body" centers on 4 Maine youths who deal with death in the woods (Stephen) King
#6583, aired 2013-04-10GIVING US THE TIME OF DAY $2000: Elie Wiesel first wrote this Holocaust memoir in Yiddish as "And the World Has Remained Silent" Night
#6578, aired 2013-04-03GIMME 5! $800: Finishes out the original fivesome that included Jackie, Marlon, Michael & Tito Jermaine
#6574, aired 2013-03-28STATES THAT BORDER CANADA $200: At 1,538 miles, it has the longest border with Canada of any U.S. state Alaska
#6574, aired 2013-03-28STATES THAT BORDER CANADA $800: Presque Isle in this eastern state is less than 10 miles from our neighbors Maine
#6569, aired 2013-03-21GEOGRAPHY: DROP A LETTER $800: ...From a New England state & you'll dig deep in this place mine (from Maine)
#6569, aired 2013-03-21THE CIVIL WAR $1200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) On May 2, 1863 Stonewall Jackson led his men on a 12-mile march to get into position for an attack on the unsuspecting federal troops. Lee remained behind for a frontal assault. This battle is considered Lee's greatest victory Battle of Chancellorsville
#6567, aired 2013-03-19RETIRED $1000: Senate partisanship was the reason this Maine Republican said she was quitting in 2012 (Olympia) Snowe
#6557, aired 2013-03-05STEPHEN KING $200: Many of Stephen King's stories & novels are set in this state, his birthplace Maine
#6537, aired 2013-02-05GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $1600: On Nov. 6, 2012 voters in Maine & Maryland said yes, Adam & Steve can do this marry
#6524, aired 2013-01-17THIS MEANS WAR! $800: The explosion of the USS Maine the Spanish-American War
#6523, aired 2013-01-16STATES' MOST POPULOUS CITIES $1000: Maine: about 66,000 Portland
#6523, aired 2013-01-16THE 8th CENTURY $1200: In 794 Emperor Kammu chose the site for this new Japanese capital; it remained capital for more than 1,000 years Kyoto
#6522, aired 2013-01-15THE NEAREST CANADIAN PROVINCE TO... $2000: Eastport, Maine New Brunswick
#6517, aired 2013-01-08THE 6 NEW ENGLAND STATES $200: The largest in area of the 6 Maine
#6514, aired 2013-01-03CEMETERIES $400: The mast from the USS Maine is part of the memorial to the ship & crew at this national cemetery Arlington
#6502, aired 2012-12-18THE 12th CENTURY $800: In 1181 this type of exploding star lit up the nighttime sky in Cassiopeia & remained visible for 185 days a supernova
#6495, aired 2012-12-07STATE HAIKUS?? $800: Borders just one state / That's wicked good lobstah, right? / Hey, it's Stephen King! Maine
#6487, aired 2012-11-27CITY NICKNAMES $600: Rockland, Maine: This aquatic creature "Capital of the World" lobster
#6487, aired 2012-11-27U.S. MEMORIALS $2,000 (Daily Double): Davenport Park in the city of Bangor is home to a memorial remembering this battleship the Maine
#6484, aired 2012-11-22STATE THE NATIONAL PARK $800: Acadia Maine
#6482, aired 2012-11-20THE NATIONAL FILM REGISTRY $800: Disney animators studied real animals & photos of the forests of Maine to portray nature in this 1942 film Bambi
#6481, aired 2012-11-19WHICH PART OF SPEECH? $400: A German's germs are not germane to a conversation about Jermaine Jackson: germane (with a "G") an adjective
#6478, aired 2012-11-14ANAGRAMMED U.S. CITIES $600: NO BRAG, Maine Bangor
#6462, aired 2012-10-23WORDS IN U.S. CAPITALS $800: This wind in Maine's gust (in Augusta)
#6451, aired 2012-10-08NEW ENGLAND FOLIAGE $800: Maine's forest service says this tree's bark "separates freely and easily into thin, papery sheets" birch
#6431, aired 2012-07-30BOOK REPORT $2000: In "Skylark", a sequel to this novel, Anna & Caleb leave the prairie for a visit to Maine with their stepmom Sarah, Plain & Tall
#6429, aired 2012-07-26GIVE 'EM HEALTH! $1200: Make sure to wash produce--romaine lettuce was the culprit in a 2011 outbreak of this, first name Escherichia E. coli
#6418, aired 2012-07-11THE 50 STATES $1200: West Quoddy Head in this state is the easternmost piece of land in the continental United States Maine
#6410, aired 2012-06-29BEFORE & AFTER $2000: The nervous system's response to a threat is either battle or flee the songs of Bret & Jemaine fight or flight of the conchords
#6397, aired 2012-06-12THE MAINE COURSE $400: In 1839 Maine's governor declared war on England over a boundary dispute between Maine & what's now this "New" province New Brunswick
#6397, aired 2012-06-12THE MAINE COURSE $800: It was a rags to wood pulp to riches story, as Maine became at one time the USA's leading producer of this paper
#6397, aired 2012-06-12THE MAINE COURSE $1200: Maine joined the Union as a free state under this congressional act of 1820 the Missouri Compromise
#6397, aired 2012-06-12THE MAINE COURSE $1600: Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in Maine & was the spouse of a professor at this college Bowdoin
#6397, aired 2012-06-12THE MAINE COURSE $2000: The first woman to serve in both houses of Congress, this Skowhegan native was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1948 Margaret Chase Smith
#6393, aired 2012-06-06WHOLE SALE $600: The first state to do so, Maine banned the sale of this in 1851 & didn't rescind the law until 1934 alcohol
#6389, aired 2012-05-31TV SHOW HAIKU $800: Mystery writer / A bunch of small town killings / Maine-ly, whodunit? Murder, She Wrote
#6381, aired 2012-05-21S'MOORS $1000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Soon after most of the Iberian Peninsula was conquered by the Moors in the 8th century, the Spanish began regaining lost territory until around 1300 only this Moorish kingdom remained Granada
#6363, aired 2012-04-25CITY SEALS (& SEA LIONS) $1000: A life-sized statue of Andre the cinematic harbor seal stands in Rockport in this state Maine
#6356, aired 2012-04-16THE ELIZABETHAN ERA $400: By the time this circumnavigator reached the Pacific in August 1578, only his flagship remained of the 5 that left England Drake
#6351, aired 2012-04-09PAUL REVERE $800: At his own request Revere was court-martialed & acquitted over the 1779 Penobscot expedition into this present state Maine
#6346, aired 2012-04-02HOME $1600: From an upstairs studio in the Olson House in Cushing, Maine, this artist made Christina Olson & the house famous Andrew Wyeth
#6340, aired 2012-03-23NATIONAL PARKS $800: Alphabetically first among the National Parks, this park in Maine was originally named for Lafayette Acadia
#6335, aired 2012-03-16SHIP OUT $200: On February 15, 1898 the USS Maine mysteriously sank in this city's harbor Havana
#6333, aired 2012-03-14LOOK OUT BELOW $400: You can see the fall colors around this largest city in Maine Portland
#6315, aired 2012-02-17STATE FARM $1000: Fairwinds Farm in Bowdoinham Maine
#6305, aired 2012-02-03THE WRITER'S COLLEGE $2000: Nathaniel Hawthorne: This oldest Maine college Bowdoin
#6304, aired 2012-02-02SENIORITIS $2000: Let's take a road trip to Freeport, Maine to see the flagship store of this outdoorsy retailer, on Main Street since 1912 L.L. Bean
#6301, aired 2012-01-30OCCASION $6,000 (Daily Double): September 21, 1897: It seems 3 months early, but the N.Y. Sun publishes an editorial famous for this 7-word phrase "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus"
#6277, aired 2011-12-27DECADES OF DISASTER $2,000 (Daily Double): The USS Maine goes down, killing 260 the 1890s
#6274, aired 2011-12-22FRUITS & VEGETABLES $200: Romaine & leaf, aka loose-leaf, are types of this salad starter lettuce
#6260, aired 2011-12-02VICE PRESIDENTS $1600: In 1864, while serving as Lincoln's Vice President, he served 2 months as a cook in the Maine Coast Guard (Hannibal) Hamlin
#6259, aired 2011-12-01ABOUT THE STATES $200: It's the only state that borders Maine New Hampshire
#6235, aired 2011-10-28RUSSIAN COMPOSERS $1600: In 1856, at age 12, this "Flight Of The Bumblebee" composer entered a naval academy & remained in the navy for 17 years Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
#6230, aired 2011-10-21STATE OF THE NOVEL $1,000 (Daily Double): "Needful Things" & "Salem's Lot" Maine
#6228, aired 2011-10-19AMERICA BEFORE THE REVOLUTION $1,200 (Daily Double): It remained a separate colony for most of its 71 years until it was absorbed by Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691 the Plymouth Colony
#6215, aired 2011-09-30PROHIBITION $400: After alcohol was made illegal in Maine, vendors offered swigs from concealed pints in their pants & got this nickname bootleggers
#6213, aired 2011-09-28DAMN YANKEES $2000: This Maine seascape painter traveled with the Army of the Potomac, sending sketches back to Harper's Weekly Winslow Homer
#6201, aired 2011-07-25U.S. COUNTIES $400: Washington county in this state is the easternmost county in the contiguous 48 states Maine
#6192, aired 2011-07-12SWEET SPOTS $1600: Two Fat Cats Bakery in Maine is famous for makin' these regional "pies", a creamy filling between 2 cake-like cookies whoopee pies
#6176, aired 2011-06-20ROUND & ROUND WE GO $1000: The Old Sow one of these off Maine is the largest in the Americas; one vortex has been measured at 250 feet across a whirlpool
#6172, aired 2011-06-14STEPHEN KING NOVEL PLOTS $2000: Losers Club reunites to rid Derry, Maine of its sewer-dwelling, child-killing monster once & for all It
#6159, aired 2011-05-26AUTHORS $200: While attending Lisbon Falls High School in Maine, this horror author published a newspaper, The Village Vomit Stephen King
#6159, aired 2011-05-26THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE $1,500 (Daily Double): A monument dedicated to the men who lost their lives on the USS Maine stands in this capital's Parque del Maine Havana
#6151, aired 2011-05-16SHIP NAMES $600: A pro-war slogan of 1898 was "Remember" this ship, "to hell with Spain!" the Maine
#6140, aired 2011-04-29STATE PARKS $1000: Tippecanoe River State Park Indiana
#6137, aired 2011-04-26DOUBLE MEANINGS $2000: I hope Naval History ___ runs my expose about what really caused the explosion of the USS Maine's ___ magazine
#6129, aired 2011-04-14SOUP & SALAD $200: This salad that features romaine lettuce & grated cheese is said to be named for Mr. Cardini, not a certain Julius a Caesar salad
#6129, aired 2011-04-14THANKS FOR THE MEMOIRS $200: In "On Writing" this horror author wrote about his early life in Maine & gave advice to aspiring novelists Stephen King
#6121, aired 2011-04-04FACE BOOK $800: In Catholic lore, when this female saint wiped the sweat from Jesus' face with her veil, an image of him remained there Veronica
#6115, aired 2011-03-25I THINK WE LEFT SOMEONE OUT $600: The Jackson 5 consisted of Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon, Michael &... Tito
#6113, aired 2011-03-23MIXED GREENS $2000: Caesar salad is made with it: auctioneer melt romaine lettuce/auctioneer melt
#6109, aired 2011-03-17OR THE HIGHWAY $1200: 2,400-mile U.S. Highway 1 runs from Fort Kent in this state all the way down to Florida Maine
#6107, aired 2011-03-15THE IDES OF MARCH $1000: In 1819 residents in this part of Massachusetts voted for separation; on March 15, 1820 it became a state Maine
#6104, aired 2011-03-10NEW ENGLANDERS $800: A wing at the Maine Medical Center bears the name of this Freeport retailer & outdoorsman L.L. Bean
#6098, aired 2011-03-02FOLK STORIES $600: It took 5 giant storks to deliver this folk hero to his parents in Maine; later he moved to Minnesota Paul Bunyan
#6093, aired 2011-02-23THE PLACE TO "B" $400: A resort town in Northern Ireland shares its name with this third-largest city in Maine Bangor
#6092, aired 2011-02-22COMBINED STATE ABBREV. $800: Has a white face: Michigan + Maine mime
#6070, aired 2011-01-21PRESIDENT TYLER $1000: With 1842's Webster-Ashburton treaty, Tyler set the boundary between New Brunswick & this state Maine
#6069, aired 2011-01-20BE "APP"Y $1200: A hiking route that goes from Maine to Georgia the Appalachian Trail
#6066, aired 2011-01-17A WOMAN'S PLACE IS IN THE HOUSE $1200: She gently drifted down from Maine to D.C. in 1979; she's in the Senate now (Olympia) Snowe
#6039, aired 2010-12-09CASUAL & SPORTY FASHION $800: This company's Maine Hunting Shoe was born when the owner had leather uppers stitched to rubber boots L.L. Bean
#5995, aired 2010-10-08YOU SANK MY BATTLESHIP! $800: Adm. Rickover said this ship's 1898 explosion was due to heat from fire in a coal bin that set off ammunition... remember? the Maine
#5993, aired 2010-10-06ALL HAIL $600: Edna St. Vincent Millay, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Margaret Chase Smith Maine
#5961, aired 2010-07-12I PITY DA FOOD! $200: Maine & spiny are types of this; its shell turns vivid red only affer it's been cooked lobster
#5926, aired 2010-05-24U.S. BIZ $1000: On its website this Freeport, Maine company offers rod & reel outfits & insect shield apparel L.L.Bean
#5923, aired 2010-05-19HIDDEN STATES $800: Let's visit my grandma in Exeter in this state--it's a quaint little place Maine (in grandma in Exeter)
#5901, aired 2010-04-19POETS $2000: This Maine poetess wrote a group of love sonnets that were published in the collection "Fatal Interview" Edna St. Vincent Millay
#5895, aired 2010-04-09COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $2000: Colby College in Waterville in this state was originally a literary & theological institution Maine
#5886, aired 2010-03-29YOU'RE HISTORY! $400: Pictured here as a young man, this emperor remained an avid marine biologist throughout his life Hirohito
#5855, aired 2010-02-12LITTLE LANDS $1000: It's about the size of Maine, & it's right across the river from Israel Jordan
#5818, aired 2009-12-23"B" FORE "N" AFTER $800: Maine college that was Nat Hawthorne's alma mater Bowdoin
#5812, aired 2009-12-15STATE FACTS $1,000 (Daily Double): It's the only U.S. state with a 1-syllable name Maine
#5804, aired 2009-12-03ALSO A U.S. STATE $200: It was destroyed in Havana Harbor on Feb. 15, 1898 the USS Maine
#5787, aired 2009-11-10TOURING USA $800: This state's Seashore Trolley Museum near Kennebunkport is one of the world's largest electric railway museums Maine
#5772, aired 2009-10-20ROCK STARS ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES $400: 1963: "The family group is initially formed as a trio in Gary, Indiana, by Jackie... Tito... and Jermaine" the Jacksons
#5770, aired 2009-10-16OFFICIAL STATE THINGS $800: It's the state animal of Maine & the state land mammal of Alaska moose
#5766, aired 2009-10-12PRESIDENTIAL PETS $400: His longhorn cow Ofelia never made it to the White House; she remained behind in Crawford George W. Bush
#5765, aired 2009-10-09CATS $1200: The coon cat, which has large snowshoe feet, has this state in its full name Maine
#5762, aired 2009-10-06STATELY RIVERS $1000: Kennebunk River, Penobscot River Maine
#5758, aired 2009-09-30MADAM SENATOR $400: Olympia Snowe & Susan Collins represent this state that elected Margaret Chase Smith to both houses Maine
#5738, aired 2009-07-15THE GREAT STATE OF... $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map of the Northeast on the monitor.) The combined area of all the other New England states would fit inside this largest New England state Maine
#5734, aired 2009-07-09SHELLFISH $800: Some McDonald's restaurants in Maine & eastern Canada sell a tasty shellfish roll called this a McLobster
#5719, aired 2009-06-18OBSCURE AMERICA $1000: The Norumbega Fault Zone runs from Penobscot Bay in this state through Massachusetts Maine
#5698, aired 2009-05-20ROAD TEST $800: John D. Rockefeller Jr. financed miles & miles of beautiful carriage roads in this state's Acadia National Park Maine
#5683, aired 2009-04-29THE KOREAN WAR $1200: The wartime leader of North Korea, he remained in power until his death in 1994 Kim Il-sung
#5671, aired 2009-04-13GUINNESS $400: To benefit a children's camp, Ed Jarrett built the tallest one of these, 31 feet 6 inches, at a beach resort in Maine a sand castle
#5652, aired 2009-03-17USA TODAY $1200: By Obama's choice, he remained Secretary of Defense (Robert) Gates
#5649, aired 2009-03-12NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES $1200: The Penobscot are represented in the legislature of this state where you'll find Penobscot Bay Maine
#5625, aired 2009-02-06THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $1,000 (Daily Double): On January 24, 1898 Captain Sigsbee was told to sail this battleship from Key West to Cuba to protect American interests the (USS) Maine
#5623, aired 2009-02-04ROTTEN POETRY ABOUT GOOD POETS $600: Blind by 1652 / 22 years of life remained / Still much for him to do / Like pen "Paradise Regained" Milton
#5617, aired 2009-01-27STATE THE SENATOR $1200: George McGovern South Dakota
#5578, aired 2008-12-03WHICH CAME FIRST? $400: In U.S. statehood: Indiana, Pennsylvania, Maine Pennsylvania
#5570, aired 2008-11-21FOOD FOR THOUGHT $800: All hail this type of salad made with romaine lettuce, croutons & anchovies a Caesar salad
#5569, aired 2008-11-20TAKE THE LEAD $200: Though Fidel remained head of the Communist party, his brother Raul took over as head of this country Cuba
#5568, aired 2008-11-19AMERICAN NOVELISTS $400: He wrote "Carrie" while teaching high school English at Hampden Academy in Maine (Stephen) King
#5566, aired 2008-11-17AN "F" IN HISTORY $200: In 1506, 2 years after the death of his wife Isabella, this King of Aragon married Germaine de Foix Ferdinand
#5553, aired 2008-10-29THE MAINE THING $400: In 1797 it was incorporated as the town of Harrington; it became the capital in 1831 Augusta
#5553, aired 2008-10-29THE MAINE THING $800: Notable spots in this coastal town are the seashore trolley museum & George H.W. Bush's summer home Kennebunkport
#5553, aired 2008-10-29THE MAINE THING $1200: This seaport on Casco Bay is the seat of Cumberland County Portland
#5553, aired 2008-10-29THE MAINE THING $1600: This city's name came from the title of a hymn--how does that strike you? Bangor
#5553, aired 2008-10-29THE MAINE THING $2000: L.L. Bean's company headquarters are in this city, just down the road from the original store Freeport
#5538, aired 2008-10-08SMALL STATE CAPITALS $2000: It's the seat of Kennebec County Augusta (Maine)
#5530, aired 2008-09-26NORTH AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY $2000: Long before it empties into the Bay of Fundy, the Saint John River divides Maine from this province New Brunswick
#5525, aired 2008-09-19BOOKS & AUTHORS $400: "The Lobster Chronicles" is Linda Greenlaw's book about life on a small island off the coast of this state Maine
#5509, aired 2008-07-17NEBRASKA: THE GOOD LIFE $1000: It's not such a good life in this "corny" tale that Stephen King set in Nebraska, not Maine Children of the Corn
#5507, aired 2008-07-15I NEED A FARM VACATION! $400: We'll learn how to groom llamas if we stay at Hidden Acres Llama Farm in Jefferson in this Down East state Maine
#5496, aired 2008-06-30AMERICANA $400: Legend says a Bangor, Maine woman invented these by cutting a collapsed chocolate cake into squares brownies
#5487, aired 2008-06-17THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $400: After this exploded in 1898, Clara Barton wrote, "The air was filled with a blaze of light" the U.S.S. Maine
#5469, aired 2008-05-22HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $800: On February 15, we remember this ship that was sunk in 1898 the Maine
#5430, aired 2008-03-28I'M FEELING BOOKISH $1200: In 1944 the post office said his "Droll Stories", part of "La Comedie Humaine", was too obscene to mail Balzac
#5430, aired 2008-03-28MAY I HAVE A WORD WITH "U"? $200: On Feb. 15, 1898 it famously sank in Havana harbor the U.S.S. Maine
#5424, aired 2008-03-20BATTLE CRIES $2,000 (Daily Double): This battle cry may have come from a cartoon that appeared in the Washington Post on April 3, 1898 Remember the Maine
#5416, aired 2008-03-10THE CAT $1000: This breed of domestic feline from Maine is the first truly American show breed a Maine coon
#5400, aired 2008-02-15STATE NICKNAMES $1000: "The Pine Tree State" Maine
#5397, aired 2008-02-12CAPITAL IDEA $400: Though Kyoto remained the imperial capital, Tokugawa Ieyasu made this obscure village his capital Tokyo
#5382, aired 2008-01-22SENATE MAJORITY LEADERS $2000: 1989 to 1995: from southern Maine, he went on to negotiate a landmark peace treaty for Northern Ireland George Mitchell
#5382, aired 2008-01-22VETERAN-ARY MEDICINE $200: The oldest operating V.A. hospital opened in this first post-Civil War year in Maine 1866
#5361, aired 2007-12-24STATE YOUR CASE $800: One of this state's nicknames is "Lobsterland" Maine
#5335, aired 2007-11-16IT AIN'T ROCKET SCIENCE $400: In 1912 he opened his eponymous clothing & shoe store in Freeport, Maine L.L. Bean
#5335, aired 2007-11-16NATIONAL PARKS $1000: This national park on Maine's rugged coast was the first one east of the Mississippi Acadia National Park
#5317, aired 2007-10-23U.S. MUSEUMS $400: You can get customized gris-gris bags at the Historic Voodoo Museum on Dumaine Street in this city New Orleans
#5315, aired 2007-10-19BASEBALL FRANCHISE SHIFTS $1200: In 1955 the Philadelphia Athletics moved to this city, where they remained for 13 seasons Kansas City
#5311, aired 2007-10-15AUSTRALIAN LIT $1200: Nearly 30 years after "The Female Eunuch", she followed it up with "The Whole Woman" Germaine Greer
#5309, aired 2007-10-11AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: In 1898 Americans were urged to "remember" this battleship that sank in Havana harbor, leading to war with Spain the Maine
#5277, aired 2007-07-17U.S. SENATORS $2000: Former Homeland Security Committee Chairperson Susan Collins represents this New England state Maine
#5264, aired 2007-06-28FEELING "BLUE"? $800: Go wild & gorge on these "wild" items at their annual festival in Machias, Maine blueberries
#5253, aired 2007-06-13OTHER DOCTOR McDREAMYs $800: As Dr. Alan Quartermaine, Stuart Damon has been quartered on this daytime drama since 1977 General Hospital
#5217, aired 2007-04-24WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT $400: As this state goes so goes Olympia Snowe, who has been a senator from the state since 1995 Maine
#5207, aired 2007-04-10VICE PRESIDENTS $1600: In 1864, while serving as vice-president, he spent 2 months in the Maine Coast Guard as a cook Hannibal Hamlin
#5188, aired 2007-03-14AMERICAN PAINTERS $2,000 (Daily Double): He spent much of his later years doing seascaping in Prouts Neck, Maine Winslow Homer
#5179, aired 2007-03-01MY MAINE MAN! $200: In 1966 this Portland-born author published his first short story, "I Was a Teenage Grave Robber" Stephen King
#5179, aired 2007-03-01MY MAINE MAN! $400: Listen, my children, & you shall hear, he was born Feb. 27, 1807 in Portland (hey, he was the poet, not me) Longfellow
#5179, aired 2007-03-01MY MAINE MAN! $600: Born in Bar Harbor on July 8, 1908, he succeeded Gerald Ford as VP Rockefeller
#5179, aired 2007-03-01MY MAINE MAN! $1000: The 1st Democrat elected to the Senate by Maine voters, he was Secretary of State under Jimmy Carter Edmund Muskie
#5179, aired 2007-03-01MY MAINE MAN! $1,200 (Daily Double): Raised in Maine, this Bowdoin alumnus hired Matthew Henson in 1887 to assist a Nicaraguan survey (Admiral) Peary
#5174, aired 2007-02-22THAT'S NOT KOSHER! $800: A Food Network recipe for this Maine specialty says to remove the meat from the claws & calls for hot dog buns a lobster roll
#5158, aired 2007-01-31MINNESOTANS $2000: Oh, this man from Maine, Minnesota, with the middle initial "O", was the longest-serving Supreme Court justice William O. Douglas
#5147, aired 2007-01-16U.S. STATE NAMES $1600: This state's name is a homophone for a word that means "principal" Maine
#5146, aired 2007-01-15U.S. PORT CITIES $1,000 (Daily Double): Among the top 40 busiest ports in the U.S. are these Northeast & Northwest cities with the same name Portland
#5138, aired 2007-01-03R.C. $1200: The sea around this author & naturalist was Sheepscot Bay, which her Maine summer home overlooked Rachel Carson
#5135, aired 2006-12-29FEMALE LEADERS $800: Natalie Maines The Dixie Chicks
#5084, aired 2006-10-19SHIPS $1200: The 1st ship built in the colonies by English settlers was built in 1607 on the Kennebec River in what is now this state Maine
#5075, aired 2006-10-06EAT WELL $200: Eat a salad with this vegetable that can be classified as butterhead, crisphead, leaf or Romaine lettuce
#5074, aired 2006-10-05FICTIONAL CHARACTERS $1000: In "Alice in Wonderland", it "vanished quite slowly... ending with the grin, which remained some time" Cheshire Cat
#5073, aired 2006-10-04LITERARY CLASSICS $400: His ship was wrecked off an island near South America; he remained alone on the island for 28 years Robinson Crusoe
#5060, aired 2006-09-15COLD PLAY $400: For 1923's "Icebound", about Maine, Owen Davis was the fifth winner of this prize for drama the Pulitzer
#5053, aired 2006-07-26TREE POTPOURRI $400: This symbol of Maine stands tall & green on the state's flag a pine tree
#5052, aired 2006-07-25DO YOU HAVE A RESERVATION? $3,000 (Daily Double): Passamaquoddy & Penobscot Maine
#5041, aired 2006-07-10HIDDEN U.S. STATES $1000: Mama inexplicably burned the family dinner Maine (in Mama inexplicably)
#5041, aired 2006-07-10SAMES NAMES AS THE JACKSON 5 $1000: I think you'll find this first name of "The Whole Woman" author Greer is pertinent to the conversation Jermaine
#5037, aired 2006-07-04LET'S GRAB SOME SEAFOOD $200: The rock type of this is easily distinguishable from the Maine; all 10 of its legs are about the same size a lobster
#5025, aired 2006-06-16TRAIL MIX $800: This National Scenic Trail passes through 14 states, including Maine & Georgia the Appalachian Trail
#5022, aired 2006-06-13SEE FOR YOURSELF $400: Oh, the horror of this 1966 Lisbon Falls, Maine high school graduate seen here Stephen King
#5016, aired 2006-06-05POSSESSIVE LIT $1,200 (Daily Double): 1952: On a farm in Maine, 2 animals with a total of 12 legs strike up an unusual friendship Charlotte's Web
#5014, aired 2006-06-01WOMEN IN POLITICS $800: In January 1964 this Maine senator announced that she would seek the Republican nomination for president Margaret Chase Smith
#5007, aired 2006-05-23LET'S MAKE A DEAL $1200: The Treaty of Nanking ceded this island & smaller adjacent ones to the British, who remained until 1997 Hong Kong
#5001, aired 2006-05-15HISTORIC AMOURS $1200: He may have sired several of Lady Castlemaine's children; no wonder he was "The Merry Monarch" Charles II
#4998, aired 2006-05-10POLITICIANS $2000: This Republican "from the State of Maine" served as Secretary of State under Garfield, Arthur & Benjamin Harrison James G. Blaine
#4995, aired 2006-05-05CAT $1600: America's only natural breed of domestic feline is the large "coon cat" from this New England state Maine
#4990, aired 2006-04-28THE NEW YORK TIMES OBITUARIES $2000: A 1950 obit of this female poet said, "Greenwich Village & Vassar plus a gypsy childhood on the rocky coast of Maine" Edna St. Vincent Millay
#4981, aired 2006-04-17MYSTERY HISTORY $400: This actress played Jessica Fletcher, a writer in Cabot Cove, Maine who wrote & solved mysteries Angela Lansbury
#4974, aired 2006-04-06ON THE MENU $200: The meaty-clawed Maine type of this crustacean is also called the American type a lobster
#4965, aired 2006-03-24TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER $800: Though his Fatah party lost in 2006 Palestinian elections, he remained president Abbas
#4958, aired 2006-03-15FOR THE "MAIN" COURSE $800: From the Greek for "corpse", this substance once thought to be toxic could be in a "SILENT P" category ptomaine
#4939, aired 2006-02-16THE LARGEST U.S. STATE $800: Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland Maine
#4921, aired 2006-01-23HE WAS PRESIDENT WHEN... $1000: The U.S. Battleship Maine exploded in Havana Harbor McKinley
#4920, aired 2006-01-20FAMOUS WOMEN $1000: In "The Female Eunuch", this Aussie feminist declared, "Women have very little idea of how much men hate them" Germaine Greer
#4920, aired 2006-01-20U.S. COUNTIES $400: It's the largest state that has counties, & its Brewster County is bigger than 3 other states Texas
#4913, aired 2006-01-11FIRST LADIES $2000: The former Sarah Childress remained childless throughout her 25-year marriage to this 11th president Polk
#4904, aired 2005-12-29BETTER HOMES & GARDENS $1000: The former home of Speaker of the House James G. Blaine is now this state's governor's mansion Maine
#4895, aired 2005-12-16MR. AND MRS. SMITH $2,000 (Daily Double): When her husband Clyde died in 1940, she took over his seat as a House Representative from Maine Margaret Chase Smith
#4879, aired 2005-11-24NATIVE AMERICA $400: Native American tribes that call this state home include the Penobscot & the Passamaquoddy Maine
#4877, aired 2005-11-22SOFT "G" $4,000 (Daily Double): Meaning "fitting" or "pertinent", it's a homophone of a famous pop quintet member germane
#4875, aired 2005-11-18U.S. HISTORY: THE EARLY 1800s $800: In the Missouri Compromise, Massachusetts gave up its northern territory to form this state Maine
#4873, aired 2005-11-16HISTORY CROSSWORD CLUES "M" $200: "Memorable" battleship of 1898 (5) the USS Maine
#4863, aired 2005-11-02MOOSE-PODGE $2000: 120-square-mile Moosehead Lake, Maine's largest, is the source for this river that's pretty familiar to George H.W. Bush Kennebec
#4859, aired 2005-10-27THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $200: In January 1898 this ship was sent to Havana to protect American interests in case of war the Maine
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $200: Augusta Georgia
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $400: Portland Maine
#4849, aired 2005-10-13STATE OF INTEREST $600: It's the only state that shares its border with only one other state Maine
#4841, aired 2005-10-03COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: Wheaton College in Illinois recently ranked No. 1 in college food, followed by this school in Brunswick, Maine Bowdoin College
#4838, aired 2005-09-28ROADSIDE AMERICA $800: In the city park in Reading, Pa., take a gander at the anchor of this ship sunk in 1898 by a mysterious explosion the Maine
#4826, aired 2005-09-12"AIN" DROPS $200: Lettuce fit for a Caesar romaine
#4811, aired 2005-07-04'60s POP MUSIC $1200: This 1967 movie theme by Lulu remained at No. 1 for 5 weeks "To Sir, With Love"
#4807, aired 2005-06-28"G.G." $1600: Born near Melbourne, this Aussie feminist is best known for her revolutionary work "The Female Eunuch" Germaine Greer
#4806, aired 2005-06-27OFFICIAL STATE SEALS $400: Symbols on its seal include the North Star, a moose & a pine tree Maine
#4792, aired 2005-06-07'50s TV $800: In 1952, he moved his "House Party" from radio to TV, where it remained for another 17 years Art Linkletter
#4786, aired 2005-05-30PEOPLE IN HISTORY $800: After Isabella died, he married teenaged Germaine de Foix in 1505 Ferdinand
#4763, aired 2005-04-27NATIONAL PARKS $2000: This park covers much of Maine's Mount Desert Island Acadia
#4740, aired 2005-03-25BE A POTATO HEAD $1000: Most of this state's potatoes are produced in Aroostook County Maine
#4737, aired 2005-03-22YANKEE MAGAZINE $1200: A frequent Yankee advertiser is this business based in Freeport, Maine since 1912 L.L. Bean
#4737, aired 2005-03-22YANKEE MAGAZINE $2000: The May 2004 issue visited the lobstermen of Stonington on this Maine bay Penobscot Bay
#4732, aired 2005-03-15FROM THE CIA WORLD FACTBOOK $4,000 (Daily Double): The center of power of an empire until 1918, this country is a bit smaller than Maine Austria
#4721, aired 2005-02-28OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES $2000: "I have remained consistently and nauseatingly adorable. In fact, I have been known to cause diabetes" Meg Ryan
#4715, aired 2005-02-18U.S. PLACE NAMES $200: Determined by a coin toss, this Oregon city's name honors the one in Maine Portland
#4713, aired 2005-02-16CATS $800: The largest domestic cat, it originated in New England & resembles a raccoon a Maine Coon
#4713, aired 2005-02-16WE MAKE MONEY THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY $2000: In 2003 this "Maine hunting shoe" company took more than 56,000 orders at its website in a single day L.L. Bean
#4700, aired 2005-01-28THE 50 STATES $600: New Englanders refer to this state as "Down East" Maine
#4699, aired 2005-01-27FINE DINING $1600: A company at Union Wharf in Portland ships all kinds of seafood, but is called "Maine" this creature "Direct" Lobster
#4690, aired 2005-01-14A IS FOR... $800: ...Arlington National Cemetery, which is home to the mast of this ship that blew up in 1898 the Maine
#4686, aired 2005-01-10PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES $200: The Library of the first President Bush, in Texas, has a film of his first steps, in this state where the family vacations Maine
#4663, aired 2004-12-08BRICK HOUSE $400: A brick house in Portland, Maine that dates to 1785 was built by General Peleg Wadsworth, grandfather of this famed poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#4655, aired 2004-11-26THE 50 STATES $1000: This state's Kennebec River meets with its main tributary, the Androscoggin, northeast of Brunswick Maine
#4654, aired 2004-11-25AIRPORT CODES $1000: It's in the Northeast: BGR Bangor, Maine
#4648, aired 2004-11-17REMAINS TO BE SEEN $2000: This patron saint of Lourdes' body has remained unchanged in its glass display case since her death in 1879 Saint Bernadette
#4640, aired 2004-11-06LAND O' LAKES $1200: About 116 square miles in area, Moosehead is the largest lake in this "Pine Tree State" Maine
#4634, aired 2004-10-28STATE-LY HOMES $2000: This northerly New England state is where you'll find Robert Peary's summer home, Eagle Island Maine
#4607, aired 2004-09-21SILENT "P" $1000: Also called parrot fever, it can be contracted by handling sick parrots, pigeons or poultry psittacosis
#4597, aired 2004-09-07THE LARGEST IN AREA $200: Maine, Maryland, Montana Montana
#4594, aired 2004-07-22FORMER CAPITALS $2000: Portland used to be a capital of Maine & Augusta used to be a capital of this state Georgia
#4588, aired 2004-07-14THE UNIVERSITY OF... $1000: It has an Eastern Shore campus in the town of Princess Anne University of Maryland
#4586, aired 2004-07-12STATE FACTS $600: It contains the easternmost point in the continental U.S.: West Quoddy Head Maine
#4581, aired 2004-07-05INITIALLY YOURS $400: After developing his Maine hunting shoe in 1911, he opened a mail order business Bean
#4561, aired 2004-06-07SECRETARIES OF STATE $2000: In 1842 this silver-tongued orator negotiated a treaty with Lord Ashburton which settled the Maine boundary dispute (Daniel) Webster
#4549, aired 2004-05-20THE LARGEST IN AREA $400: Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine Maine
#4547, aired 2004-05-18STATE CAPITALS $1000: It lies about 50 miles northeast of Portland on the Kennebec river Augusta(, Maine)
#4538, aired 2004-05-05THINGS TO DO WITH CARROTS $600: In February 1999 people in Bethel, Maine made one 113 feet tall with an 8-foot-long "carrot" nose a snowman
#4535, aired 2004-04-30LITTLE FEAT $800: It's the smallest of the U.S. states that were not part of the original 13 colonies Hawaii
#4505, aired 2004-03-19SPELL THAT GOVERNOR $2000: Of Maine, a distant relative of bestselling thriller author David, he's John... B-A-L-D-A-C-C-I
#4492, aired 2004-03-02LET'S TALK INTERNAL ORGANS $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Portland, Maine) Real lobster lovers will look right in here to find the tamale, this green organ the liver
#4487, aired 2004-02-24THE PRODUCERS $800: This state produces more lobsters than any other Maine
#4486, aired 2004-02-23POSTAL ABBREVIATION SPELLING $600: Michigan, Maine mime
#4484, aired 2004-02-193 LETTERS LONG $800: Between April & October, the hour of the day in Maine may be followed by these 3 letters E.D.T.
#4482, aired 2004-02-17ANIMALS $800: (Sofia of the Clue Crew presents the clue from a fishing boat in Portland, Maine.) Lobsters are called bugs, or spiders, because they belong to this phylum along with insects and arachnids arthropods
#4475, aired 2004-02-06NATIVE AMERICAN PLACE NAMES $600: As a child George W. Bush spent summers with his family at their home in this Maine town Kennebunkport
#4469, aired 2004-01-29STATE YOUR NAME $1,000 (Daily Double): Maine's name came from this longer English word used to distinguish it from the nearby isles the mainland
#4462, aired 2004-01-20QUE SARAH, SARAH $2000: "The Country of the Pointed Firs", about life in a Maine seaport, is her masterpiece Sarah Orne Jewett
#4461, aired 2004-01-19THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $200: A headline in Pulitzer's "The World" newspaper asked, was this ship's "Explosion Caused by Bomb or Torpedo?" the Maine
#4460, aired 2004-01-16STATE CAPITALS $1000: This capital is also the seat of Kennebec County Augusta, Maine
#4455, aired 2004-01-09AH, SWEDE MYSTERY $400: As of 2003 a Renoir & a Rembrandt remained missing after a robbery from the National Museum in this city Stockholm
#4422, aired 2003-11-25STATES BY COUNTY $2000: Waldo, Aroostook, Penobscot Maine
#4419, aired 2003-11-20THE CIVIL WAR $400: This state was in the Confederacy, but its western region remained loyal to the Union & formed a new state in 1863 Virginia
#4417, aired 2003-11-18STARTS WITH "R" $800: Also known as Cos lettuce, it's traditionally found in Caesar salad Romaine
#4409, aired 2003-11-06WHERE AM I? $2000: (Video of Sofia in a boat.) I'm just off this New England city, looking at its Head Light, one of the USA's oldest operating lighthouses Portland, Maine
#4393, aired 2003-10-15AMERICAN HISTORY $200: On February 15, 1898 the U.S. battleship Maine blew up in this Cuban capital's harbor Havana
#4384, aired 2003-10-02THE BUSINESS OF AMERICA $1600: "Natural care" is the mantra of personal products company Tom's of this state Maine
#4381, aired 2003-09-29LET'S GO LOBSTERING $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from a boat in Portland, Maine.) To determine this on a lobster, check whether the first pair of swimmerets are hard or feathery the sex
#4381, aired 2003-09-29LET'S GO LOBSTERING $1200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from a boat in Portland, Maine.) In a standard trap, a lobster finds the bait in this aptly named room, moves on to the parlor, and can't leave the kitchen
#4381, aired 2003-09-29LET'S GO LOBSTERING $2000: (Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from a boat in Portland, Maine.) A legal Maine lobster must measure at least 3-1/4 inches along this, the bony back shell the carapace
#4370, aired 2003-09-12DISCOVERY CHANNEL UNSOLVED HISTORY $1200: It's the vessel whose fate is investigated here "The century-old debate still raged between two possibilities: an exterior mine or a tragic accident." the Maine
#4364, aired 2003-07-17NICKNAMES GIVEN BY PRESIDENT BUSH $1600: Senator Olympia Snowe of this state got to have "The Big O" as a nickname Maine
#4362, aired 2003-07-15STUPID ANSWERS $1000: It's the state song of the state of Maine "The State of Maine Song"
#4358, aired 2003-07-09"M"MMMMM GOOD! $400: It's the only U.S. state whose name consists of only one syllable Maine
#4352, aired 2003-07-01TV HOSPITALS $800: Since 1977 Dr. Monica Quartermaine has spent a lot of days living out dramas at this hospital General Hospital
#4344, aired 2003-06-19FLORIDA $1200: It's the interstate highway that runs from Maine to Florida I-95
#4342, aired 2003-06-17THE SHIELD $800: By law, this state's seal "shall be a shield argent charged with a pine tree with a moose at the foot of it" Maine
#4329, aired 2003-05-29BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $1200: This Freeport, Maine retail outlet's first product was the Maine Hunting Shoe, first sold in 1912 L.L. Bean
#4324, aired 2003-05-22STATE LAKES $800: Lobster Lake Maine
#4306, aired 2003-04-28ART & ARTISTS $2000: On September 29, 1910, this painter known for his seascapes died in his studio in Prouts Neck, Maine Winslow Homer
#4281, aired 2003-03-2420th CENTURY WOMEN $2000: This Maine senator was reportedly proud that Khrushchev called her "The devil in the disguise of a woman" Margaret Chase Smith
#4260, aired 2003-02-21AMERICAN CITIES $200: An earthquake on April 18, 1906 in this city destroyed the Wells Fargo Bank, but the vaults remained intact San Francisco
#4256, aired 2003-02-17U.S. CITIES $2000: It's the state where you'll find Scarborough, Waterville & Kittery Maine
#4210, aired 2002-12-13THE MAINE EVENT $200: Don't tell Idaho, but this is Maine's leading agricultural crop also potatoes
#4210, aired 2002-12-13THE MAINE EVENT $400: Vikings led by this man may have visited what's now Maine around 1000 A.D. Leif Ericson
#4210, aired 2002-12-13THE MAINE EVENT $600: Wear sensible shoes if you attempt walking the entire 2,100 miles of this trail that runs from Georgia to Maine Appalachian Trail
#4210, aired 2002-12-13THE MAINE EVENT $800: In 1820 Maine separated from this state to become the USA's 23rd state Massachusetts
#4210, aired 2002-12-13THE MAINE EVENT $1000: This Maine college was the alma mater of both Henry Wadsworth Longfellow & Nathaniel Hawthorne Bowdoin College
#4201, aired 2002-12-02LIGHTHOUSES $1600: Maine's West Quoddy Lighthouse, noted for its distinct red & white candy strips, overlooks this Canadian bay Bay of Fundy
#4196, aired 2002-11-25CANADIAN HISTORY $200: The 1842 Webster-Ashburton Treaty fixed Maine's border with this "New" province New Brunswick
#4194, aired 2002-11-21TRAVEL USA $1200: A midnight trip to this Freeport, Maine retailer founded in 1912 is a tradition for college students in New England L.L. Bean
#4189, aired 2002-11-14GROVER CLEVELAND $2000: In the popular vote of the 1884 election, Cleveland beat this man from Maine by fewer than 30,000 votes James G. Blaine
#4187, aired 2002-11-12THE CIVIL WAR $800: It was the easternmost of the 23 Union states Maine
#4183, aired 2002-11-0618th CENTURY AMERICANS $1600: This Pennsylvanian's son William served as royal governor of New Jersey & remained loyal to the crown Ben Franklin
#4177, aired 2002-10-29STATE GOVERNMENT $400: Maine's only publicly elected executive officer; if he dies the state senate president succeeds him governor
#4176, aired 2002-10-28THE 1890s $1200: In 1898, when this battleship blew up, Llewellyn Powers was governing the state of the same name Maine
#4174, aired 2002-10-24KINGS NAMED GUSTAV $200: Thanks to Gustav V, Sweden, like Switzerland, remained this during WWI & WWII neutral
#4163, aired 2002-10-09RUNNING MATES $1000: Hubert Humphrey chose this Maine man as his running mate Edmund Muskie
#4146, aired 2002-09-16GUINNESS RECORDS $200: In February 1999 Maine residents built a 10-story one of these named Angus; he melted 15 weeks later snowman
#4144, aired 2002-09-12'90s MOVIE LINES $600: 1999: "Goodnight you princes of Maine, you kings of New England" The Cider House Rules
#4138, aired 2002-09-04PRE-CIVIL WAR AMERICA $600: This "Pine Tree State" was the first to pass a prohibition law, way back in 1846 Maine
#4131, aired 2002-07-15HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $1000: On February 15 we remember this ship that was sunk in 1898 Maine
#4126, aired 2002-07-083-NAMED AUTHORS $400: When this "Paul Revere's Ride" author was born in what's now Portland, Maine, the city was part of Massachusetts Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#4114, aired 2002-06-20NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE $1600: Harley College, the setting for Hawthorne's novel "Fanshawe", is based on this Maine college, his alma mater Bowdoin
#4111, aired 2002-06-17ON THE INTERSTATE $2000: It runs 1,900 miles from Miami to Houlton, Maine I-95
#4103, aired 2002-06-05STEPHEN KING $2000: "Needful Things" was King's last story set in this fictional town, also the name of an entertainment company Castle Rock, Maine
#4101, aired 2002-06-03PUFFIN $400: This easternmost U.S. state is home to puffin breeding grounds that were once almost wiped out Maine
#4090, aired 2002-05-17NEW ENGLAND $800: Nicknamed "The Pine Tree State", it became the 23rd state in 1820 after separating from Massachusetts Maine
#4084, aired 2002-05-09U.S. BODIES OF WATER $600: This state is home to Penobscot Bay, Penobscot Lake & Penobscot River Maine
#4078, aired 2002-05-01THE RENAISSANCE $1200: Due to the Great Schism of 1378, Pope Urban VI remained in Rome; rival pope Clement VII moved to this city Avignon
#4074, aired 2002-04-25THE 50 STATES $1200: In the contiguous states, you can't get farther east than this state that touches just one other Maine
#4069, aired 2002-04-18THE MAINE INGREDIENTS $800: Maine is bordered by Quebec & these 2 "New" lands New Hampshire & New Brunswick
#4069, aired 2002-04-18THE MAINE INGREDIENTS $1200: As this state nickname indicates, Maine is a leading manufacturer of wood products Pine Tree State
#4069, aired 2002-04-18THE MAINE INGREDIENTS $1600: Its flagship store in Freeport, Maine is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year L. L. Bean
#4069, aired 2002-04-18THE MAINE INGREDIENTS $2,000 (Daily Double): Maine entered the Union as a free state in a compromise that allowed this one in as a slave state Missouri
#4069, aired 2002-04-18WRITERS' RELATIVES $400: This poet's grandfather, Gen. Peleg Wadsworth, built the first brick home in Portland, Maine (Henry Wadsworth) Longfellow
#4065, aired 2002-04-12AMERICANA $800: The Burnham & morrill company of Portland, Maine bakes these New England faves in huge brick ovens baked beans
#4054, aired 2002-03-28TRAVEL THE U.S.A. $400: Interstate 95 runs through this state from the Canadian border at New Brunswick to Portsmouth, New Hampshire Maine
#4048, aired 2002-03-20GOT "MEL"? $800: Aussie feminist Germaine Greer got her B.A. from the University of this city Melbourne
#4048, aired 2002-03-20PENINSULAS $400: The tip of Schoodic Peninsula is the only mainland part of this state's Acadia National Park Maine
#4045, aired 2002-03-15STATE SUPERLATIVES $400: In the continental U.S., people in this U.S. state see the sun rise before anyone else Maine
#4044, aired 2002-03-14FRENCH LITERATURE $1600: Under this title Balzac linked about 90 of his works that explored society's influence on the individual The Human Comedy (La Comédie humaine
#4036, aired 2002-03-04IN '80 $2000: In April this Maine Democrat succeeded Cyrus Vance as Secretary of State Edmund Muskie
#4025, aired 2002-02-1517th CENTURY AMERICA $1600: In 1607 the Popham Colony was founded on the Kennebec River in what is now this state; it lasted 1 winter Maine
#3997, aired 2002-01-08BAD LITERARY TRIPS $800: Taste the tranquility of small-town Maine with a week at Jerusalem's Lot, called this for short Salem's Lot
#3988, aired 2001-12-26MUSEUMS $1200: A museum at Cape Elizabeth, Maine devoted to one of these structures is housed in the former keeper's quarters lighthouse
#3987, aired 2001-12-25A GOOD READ $400: After leaving Maine for the prairie, this woman "Plain and Tall" finds love with the Witting family Sarah
#3961, aired 2001-11-19GOOD EATS $100: For starters, hail this dish made of romaine lettuce, grated cheese, croutons & anchovies a Caesar salad
#3954, aired 2001-11-08TOP O' THE CHARTS $400: The first single from her "Butterfly" CD, "Honey" debuted at No. 1 & remained there for 3 weeks Mariah Carey
#3933, aired 2001-10-10DO YOU LIKE ME.? $200: Tired of this largest city in Maine? You can take a ferry from there to Nova Scotia Portland
#3921, aired 2001-09-24U.S. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $600: ME Maine
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $600: While Portland is Maine's main city, this is the capital Augusta
#3908, aired 2001-09-05THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $100: After mobs attacked several Havana newspapers in January 1898, the U.S. sent this battleship in the Maine
#3889, aired 2001-06-28THIS & THAT $800: This state is the traditional home of the Passamaquoddy & Penobscot Indians Maine
#3880, aired 2001-06-15MOTTOES & SLOGANS $200: Dirigo, meaning "I" do this, is the motto of Maine, not of James Cameron or Oliver Stone Direct
#3874, aired 2001-06-07DECODE THE POSTAL CODES $300: Lame Louisiana & Maine
#3868, aired 2001-05-30MOVIE LAST LINES $300: In this sci-fi film a "black monolith has remained completely inert, its origin and purpose still a mystery" 2001: A Space Odyssey
#3831, aired 2001-04-09STATE BORDERS $500: Vermont & Maine New Hampshire
#3827, aired 2001-04-03STATES' LOWEST POINTS $300: 710 feet above sea level at the Snake River near Lewiston Idaho
#3811, aired 2001-03-12A WATERY GRAVE $300: The U.S.S. Maine Havana Harbor
#3749, aired 2000-12-14THE CHERRY BOWL $200: They wrote, "A couple Deadheads in Maine sent us a postcard with a name for a new flavor" -- Cherry Garcia Ben & Jerry
#3737, aired 2000-11-28JAMES K. POLK ME $100: Throughout his career Polk remained an ardent member of the Jacksonian wing of this political party Democrats
#3724, aired 2000-11-09RHYMES WITH RAIN $200: State where you'll find the lighthouse seen here Maine
#3711, aired 2000-10-23STATE CAPITALS $200: Capitals named for women include the capital of Maryland & this Maine capital Augusta
#3699, aired 2000-10-05UNUSUAL PETS $400: The Maine coon cat is named for its resemblance to this ring-tailed critter raccoon
#3690, aired 2000-09-22BALDER-DASH! $200: Balder could have returned from the dead if every creature had done this, but Thokk remained dry-eyed Cried
#3676, aired 2000-09-04TOTALLY 1680s! $100: The 1689 Treaty of Nerchinsk between Russia & this country on its east remained in force for 170 years China
#3672, aired 2000-07-18COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1,000 (Daily Double): Longfellow read his poem "Morituri Salutamus" at the 50th reunion of this Maine school's Class of 1825 Bowdoin College
#3666, aired 2000-07-10FUN WITH AREA CODES $400: With 207, it's all about -- the state abbreviated this way ME (Maine)
#3665, aired 2000-07-07"OO"! "OO"! $500: A Maine river, or an 1838-1839 war that set the Maine-New Brunswick border Aroostook
#3661, aired 2000-07-03FRUITS & VEGETABLES $200: Traditionally you make a Caesar salad with this type of lettuce Romaine
#3654, aired 2000-06-22THE BIG "BANG" $300: This U.S. city lies north of Belfast on the Penobscot River Bangor, Maine
#3636, aired 2000-05-29MY MAINE MAN $200: A huge baseball fan, this author built a ballpark in Bangor that's been dubbed the "Field of Screams" Stephen King
#3636, aired 2000-05-29MY MAINE MAN $400: After moving to a farm in North Brooklyn, Maine, he spun such tales as "Charlotte's Web" E.B. White
#3636, aired 2000-05-29MY MAINE MAN $600: Michelle Pfeiffer's main man is this Maine-born TV producer & writer David E. Kelley
#3636, aired 2000-05-29MY MAINE MAN $800: The first person from Maine to become VP, he served under Abraham Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin
#3636, aired 2000-05-29MY MAINE MAN $1000: In 1998 Bill Gates paid a record $30 million for this Maine artist's seascape "Lost on the Grand Banks" Winslow Homer
#3633, aired 2000-05-24AROUND THE USA $200: The Portland Headlight Lighthouse is in this state, the first one to see the morning sun Maine
#3622, aired 2000-05-09BEFORE & AFTER $1000: This painter of Maine seascapes says "D'oh!" when tormented by his son Bart Winslow Homer Simpson
#3593, aired 2000-03-29AMERICAN HISTORY $300: The political slogan "As" this state "goes, so goes the nation" dates back to the 1880s Maine
#3590, aired 2000-03-24GOING POSTAL $500: It's the official 2-letter U.S. postal abbreviation for the Pine Tree State ME (Maine)
#3589, aired 2000-03-23SMALL-TOWN CINEMA $800: A Ted Hughes tale was the basis for this 1999 animated film about a metal man who befriends a boy in a small Maine town The Iron Giant
#3567, aired 2000-02-22CELEBS $200: This author was a high school English teacher in Maine when his first book was published in 1974 Stephen King
#3552, aired 2000-02-01HANNIBAL-ISM $800: He was a U.S. representative, a U.S. senator & a governor of Maine before becoming veep Hannibal Hamlin
#3551, aired 2000-01-31POLITICIANS $1000: From 1869 to 1875, this Maine Republican was Speaker of the House James G. Blaine
#3548, aired 2000-01-26QUASI-RELATED PAIRS $400: British breakfast of same-named cities in Maine, California & Michigan & an Alan Alda series Bangors & M*A*S*H
#3540, aired 2000-01-14U.S. HISTORY $1000: The Webster-Ashburton Treaty set parts of the St. Francis & St. John rivers as the border for this state & Canada Maine
#3533, aired 2000-01-05HAVE A (COUNTY) SEAT $200: Third boxcar, midnight train, destination this seat of Penobscot County Bangor, Maine
#3529, aired 1999-12-30STUCK IN THE MIDDLE $1,000 (Daily Double): Staying in the U.S. & going by land, you can't go from Massachusetts to Maine without going through this state New Hampshire
#3522, aired 1999-12-21U.S. TRAVEL $300: The Kennebunk area, including Kennebunk Beach, is one of this state's most popular resort destinations Maine
#3507, aired 1999-11-30U.S.A. $600: Shoppers love Freeport, the "Birthplace of" this state; it has more than 100 stores, including L.L. Bean Maine
#3503, aired 1999-11-24TV DETECTIVES $400: Mystery author Jessica Fletcher solved crimes in Cabot Cove, Maine on this show Murder, She Wrote
#3498, aired 1999-11-17THE BIG APPLE $600: Hawkeye Pierce of "M*A*S*H" hailed from a Maine "cove" that shared its name with this type of small wild apple Crabapple
#3464, aired 1999-09-30NATIONAL PARKS $600: Acadia National Park in this state has the highest point on the USA's Atlantic coast Maine
#3456, aired 1999-09-20SANK-A $200: 260 seamen perished when this battleship was sunk by an explosion in 1898 Maine
#3449, aired 1999-09-09EAT YOUR VEGGIES $400: Iceberg & Romaine are 2 of the most common varieties of this salad vegetable Lettuce
#3441, aired 1999-07-19BRIT READ $500: This author of 1970's "The Female Eunuch" is back with "The Whole Woman" Germaine Greer
#3434, aired 1999-07-08KNOWN BY THEIR INITIALS $200: Maine retailer Leon Leonwood... L.L. Bean
#3428, aired 1999-06-30FAMOUS NAVAL CONFLICTS $600: The May 1942 battle of this sea off New Guinea was the first in which opposing warships remained out of sight the Coral Sea
#3426, aired 1999-06-28"SOLDIER"S & "SAILOR"S $600: In 1962 the Shirelles remained at the top of the charts for 3 weeks with this hit "Soldier Boy"
#3415, aired 1999-06-11NAME THE DECADE $500: The Maine mysteriously blows up in Havana Harbor 1890s
#3414, aired 1999-06-101960s POP MUSIC $500: In December 1963 this hit by the Singing Nun rapidly climbed the charts & remained No. 1 for the entire month "Dominique"
#3406, aired 1999-05-31ART & ARTISTS $800: Although known for his Maine seascapes, he often traveled to the Adirondacks & Florida to paint Winslow Homer
#3400, aired 1999-05-21PLAYING DOCTOR $800: Leslie Charleson & Stuart Damon play doctors Monica & Alan Quartermaine on this soap opera General Hospital
#3376, aired 1999-04-19STATE CAPITALS $500: This capital's executive mansion was once the home of James G. Blaine Augusta, Maine
#3364, aired 1999-04-01LITERATURE $1000: Balzac wrote "La Comedie Humaine" in the 1840s & this American wrote "The Human Comedy" in the 1940s William Saroyan
#3359, aired 1999-03-25WRITERS' RHYME TIME $600: Germaine's lachrymations Greer's tears
#3352, aired 1999-03-16LIBRARIES $400: The life & career of this female senator from Maine is on display at a library in Skowhegan Margaret Chase Smith
#3345, aired 1999-03-05STATE LICENSE PLATES $400: SAMPLE Vacationland Maine
#3333, aired 1999-02-17STATUES $100: A 31-foot-high statue of this mythical lumberjack stands on Bangor, Maine's main street; alas, no Babe the Ox Paul Bunyan
#3328, aired 1999-02-10A SILENT "P" $400: This outdated word for a type of food poisoning is from Greek for "corpse" Ptomaine
#3328, aired 1999-02-10HENRY JAMES' BOSTONIANS $1000: Henry James thought his novel resembled the work of this French author of "La Comedie Humaine" Honore de Balzac
#3323, aired 1999-02-03STATE NICKNAMES $300: The "Down East State" Maine
#3292, aired 1998-12-22THE U.S. $100: West Quoddy Head in this state is the easternmost point in the U.S.; East Quoddy Head is in Canada Maine
#3271, aired 1998-11-23FOR HE'S A JOLLY LONGFELLOW $1000: Longfellow was 15 when he began attending this college in Brunswick, Maine Bowdoin College
#3271, aired 1998-11-23THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR $200: Clara Barton, who had lunch on this ship a few days earlier, was in her Red Cross office when it exploded The Maine
#3264, aired 1998-11-12"NEW" ENGLAND $1,400 (Daily Double): Edward Lear could tell you this small Maine town bears the name of an Irish seaport on the Shannon River New Limerick
#3264, aired 1998-11-121820s AMERICA $100: Once a part of Massachusetts, it became the 23rd state in 1820 with Portland as its capital Maine
#3258, aired 1998-11-04EUROPEAN AUTHORS $1000: "Les Chouans" in 1829 was the first novel this "La Comedie Humaine" author published under his own name Honore de Balzac
#3256, aired 1998-11-02AUTHORS' HOME STATES $100: Stephen King Maine
#3250, aired 1998-10-23WAR TRIGGERS $100: The sinking of the U.S. battleship Maine Spanish-American War
#3246, aired 1998-10-19TV NICKNAMES $800: It's the nickname of the "M*A*S*H" character from Crabapple Cove, Maine Benjamin "Hawkeye" Pierce
#3242, aired 1998-10-13LANGUAGES $300: Among the many dialects of this language are Maine, Gallo & Bourbonnais French
#3241, aired 1998-10-12'76 $300: Bjorn Borg won his first Wimbledon, but this American rival remained ranked No. 1 Jimmy Connors
#3230, aired 1998-09-25BETTE DAVIS FILMS $600: This 1987 film set in Maine featured Lillian Gish as Bette's sister "The Whales of August"
#3211, aired 1998-07-13THE END OF THE LINE $1000: "As Maine goes..." "So goes the nation"
#3209, aired 1998-07-09TOUGH HODGEPODGE $200: You can visit the boyhood home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in this city, Maine's largest Portland
#3208, aired 1998-07-081898 $200: On January 25, 1898, this U.S. battleship arrived in Havana for a friendly visit Maine
#3206, aired 1998-07-06POLITICIANS $1000: Represented by Olympia Snowe & Susan Collins, it's the only state with 2 female GOP senators Maine
#3202, aired 1998-06-30AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $1000: Its state flower is the white pine cone and tassel Maine
#3189, aired 1998-06-11WHEN STATES FIGHT $300: Maine split from this state in 1819 in protest of high taxes, poor roads & the distance to the capital Massachusetts
#3182, aired 1998-06-02AMERICAN ARTISTS $800: Known for his watercolors, many of his famous seascapes were set at his home in Prout's Neck, Maine Winslow Homer
#3169, aired 1998-05-14SCHOOL'S OUT! $100: This summer I might try to hike this scenic trail that runs about 2,100 miles from Maine to Georgia Appalachian Trail
#3150, aired 1998-04-17THE EAST COAST $300: This largest Maine city has been destroyed by the Abnaki Indians, the French, the British & by a fire Portland
#3125, aired 1998-03-13U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: The Calendar Islands of this "Pine Tree State" are so named because there are 365 of them Maine
#3124, aired 1998-03-12BATTLE CRIES $500: It's said this slogan came from a cartoon that appeared in the Washington Post on April 3, 1898 "Remember the Maine"
#3113, aired 1998-02-25THE MAINE ATTRACTION $200: Summer is the time for Whatever Week, a celebration of the Kennebec River in this state capital Augusta
#3113, aired 1998-02-25THE MAINE ATTRACTION $400: Parson's Way, a scenic walkway in Kennebunkport, passes near this former president's home, Walker's Point (George Herbert Walker) Bush
#3113, aired 1998-02-25THE MAINE ATTRACTION $600: Maine is so famous for these berries that the town of Machias honors them with a festival blueberries
#3113, aired 1998-02-25THE MAINE ATTRACTION $800: A national wildlife refuge near Kittery is named for this biologist who wrote "Silent Spring" Rachel Carson
#3113, aired 1998-02-25THE MAINE ATTRACTION $1000: It's the only National Park in all of New England Acadia
#3107, aired 1998-02-17U.S. CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $300: Down-Easters know that Farmington in this state was once the "Earmuff Capital Of The World" Maine
#3095, aired 1998-01-30WORLD WAR II $200: This nation in the British isles remained neutral throughout the war Ireland
#3091, aired 1998-01-26NOTABLE AMERICANS $600: This first lady graduated from Chicago's Maine South High School in 1965, in the top 50% of her class Hillary Rodham Clinton
#3057, aired 1997-12-09HODGEPODGE $900 (Daily Double): The Roosevelt Memorial Bridge connects Lubec, Maine to this island in New Brunswick, Canada Campobello Island
#3043, aired 1997-11-19MRS. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON $600: The first woman elected to both houses, she represented this state for 32 years Maine
#3037, aired 1997-11-11HISTORIC AMERICANS $1000: He retired about 1896 but remained president of Standard Oil until it was dissolved in 1911 John D. Rockefeller
#3026, aired 1997-10-27BROTHERLY ROCK $300: Jermaine to this category is this quintet with hits such as "I'll Be There" & "Dancing Machine" The Jackson 5
#3019, aired 1997-10-16U.S.A. $400: "Rusticators" are city folk with a summer address in this Pine Tree State Maine
#3013, aired 1997-10-081940S TV $400: A commercial from the '40s featured the "men from" this oil company who worked "from Maine to Mexico" Texaco
#3012, aired 1997-10-07BLASTS FROM THE PAST $200: Havana Harbor February 15, 1898 the blowing up of the Maine
#3005, aired 1997-09-26FUN FACTS $1000: It's the only U.S. state whose name has one syllable Maine
#2997, aired 1997-09-16HISTORY $200: As a result of the Six-Day War of 1967, this Middle East canal remained closed until 1975 Suez Canal
#2996, aired 1997-09-15ANNUAL EVENTS $200: In mid-July this Maine capital celebrates its Franco-American heritage with Le Festival de la Bastille Augusta
#2993, aired 1997-09-10BAY WATCHING $400: This Atlantic seaboard state is home to the popular resort area of Buzzards Bay Massachusetts
#2977, aired 1997-07-08AMERICAN HISTORY $200: Founded in 1607, the Popham colony on the Kennebec River was this state's first English settlement Maine
#2976, aired 1997-07-07CHILDRENS LITERATURE $400: While living on a Maine farm, he wrote "Charlotte's Web", which is set on a farm E.B. White
#2970, aired 1997-06-27ANNUAL EVENTS $600: On or about April 19, Maine & this other New England state celebrate Patriot's Day Massachusetts
#2965, aired 1997-06-201999 $400: Reelected in 1987 & 1993, this Egyptian president has said he will not seek a fourth term in 1999 Hosni Mubarak
#2961, aired 1997-06-16HAIL TO THE CHIEF $800: He remembered the Maine; it blew up during his time in office William McKinley
#2952, aired 1997-06-03U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: Cadillac Mountain, the highest peak on the Eastern Seaboard, lies in this Maine national park Acadia National Park
#2949, aired 1997-05-29'60s TV $500: Only 2 CBS shows remained on Sunday nights for the entire decade: "Lassie" & this variety show "The Ed Sullivan Show" (old "Toast Of The Town")
#2946, aired 1997-05-26HISTORIC HOMES $200: The first brick home in Portland, Maine was built by Gen. Peleg Wadsworth, this author's grandfather Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#2940, aired 1997-05-16POLITICS $400: On January 22, 1997 the U.S. Senate confirmed this former Maine senator as Secretary of Defense William Cohen
#2929, aired 1997-05-01U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: In area, this New England state roughly equals Vermont, N.H., Connecticut & Massachusetts combined Maine
#2927, aired 1997-04-29EASY HISTORY $400: He resigned as head of China's government in 1959 but remained head of the Chinese Communists Mao Tse-tung
#2921, aired 1997-04-21AUTHORS $200: In the early '70s, this master of horror taught English at Maine's Hampden Academy Stephen King
#2921, aired 1997-04-21SONGS $300: This 1993 hit by UB40 remained in the Top 40 for 23 weeks, almost twice as long as Elvis Presley's 1961 version "Can't Help Falling in Love"
#2910, aired 1997-04-04AMERICAN HISTORY $400: A compromise allowed Maine's admission to the union in 1820 as a free state & this as a slave state in 1821 Missouri
#2906, aired 1997-03-31THEY ALMOST STARRED IN... $1,100 (Daily Double): James Mason won the role of Norman Maine in this Judy Garland film after Cary Grant turned it down A Star Is Born
#2904, aired 1997-03-27U.S. PLACE NAMES $200: Dearborn, Mich. was named for Gen. Henry Dearborn & this Maine capital was probably named for his daughter Augusta
#2900, aired 1997-03-21AMERICAN MUSEUMS $200: You can ride a real trolley at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport in this state Maine
#2896, aired 1997-03-17COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $500: The university of this state at Machias is the easternmost 4-year college in the U.S. Maine
#2891, aired 1997-03-10SHORT STORIES $400: It's the occupation of Bartleby, the title character of a Herman Melville story scrivener
#2883, aired 1997-02-26U.S. FESTIVALS $100: On the first weekend in August, a festival in Rockland, Maine honors this crustacean Lobster
#2866, aired 1997-02-03U.S. STATES $500: The first French settlers in this Pine Tree State brought their own wood to build houses Maine
#2858, aired 1997-01-22U.S.A. $500 (Daily Double): Appropriately, this Pine Tree State has a pine tree on its state flag Maine
#2852, aired 1997-01-14COLONIAL AMERICA $500 (Daily Double): The Penobscot Indians, whose homeland is in this state, first encountered Europeans in the early 1500s Maine
#2842, aired 1996-12-31SECRETARIES OF STATE $800: With Lord Ashburton he negotiated the 1842 treaty that set the border for Maine Daniel Webster
#2842, aired 1996-12-31SECRETARIES OF STATE $1000: This man from Maine served James A. Garfield, Chester A. Arthur & Benjamin Harrison James G. Blaine
#2836, aired 1996-12-23POLITICIANS $1,200 (Daily Double): Jimmy Carter attended the 1996 funeral of this Maine senator, once his secretary of state Edmund Muskie
#2835, aired 1996-12-20PARKS $400: Acadia National Park in this state is the easternmost national park in the continental U.S. Maine
#2832, aired 1996-12-1719TH CENTURY AUTHORS $400: His monumental collection "La Comedie Humaine" encompasses about 90 novels & stories Honore De Balzac
#2826, aired 1996-12-09POTPOURRI $400: In 1032 this Venetian official gave up most of his authority but remained commander of the army & navy The Doge
#2825, aired 1996-12-06HOMOPHONIC PAIRS $500: Remained sedate stayed staid
#2806, aired 1996-11-11ANNUAL EVENTS $200: Chester Greenwood Day in Farmington, Maine honors the man said to have invented these ear coverings earmuffs
#2787, aired 1996-10-15LIGHTHOUSES $200: The oldest lighthouse on the coast of this state is Portland Head Light, built in 1791 Maine
#2785, aired 1996-10-11POPES $1000: In 1309 Clement V decided to reside in this French city; the papacy remained there until 1377 Avignon
#2780, aired 1996-10-04FAMOUS SHIPS $100: Remember this ship that blew up in 1898? One inquiry said the cause of the explosion was a submarine mine the Maine
#2776, aired 1996-09-30COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES $1,000 (Daily Double): The Museum of Art at Bowdoin College in this state has works by Winslow Homer & related memorabilia Maine
#2770, aired 1996-09-20U.S. LANDMARKS $200: Name shared by the largest fort in Maine & the home of the U.S. gold depository in Kentucky Fort Knox
#2759, aired 1996-09-05PEN NAMES $1000: Rose Blight is a pseudonym of this feminist who wrote "The Female Eunuch" Germaine Greer
#2756, aired 1996-09-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: The name of this state's Kennebec River is Algonquian for "long reach" Maine
#2729, aired 1996-06-13QUOTATIONS $400: An often heard political maxim is "As" this state "goes, so goes the nation" Maine
#2728, aired 1996-06-12U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: The boundary between Maine & this state passes through the Isles of Shoals New Hampshire
#2726, aired 1996-06-10COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: Bates College, located in Lewiston in this state, was the 1st coeducational college in New England Maine
#2684, aired 1996-04-11U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: Aroostook County in this state borders Quebec & New Brunswick Maine
#2673, aired 1996-03-27MUSEUMS $600: NYC's Cooper-Hewitt Museum has the world's largest collection of drawings by this Maine artist Winslow Homer
#2672, aired 1996-03-26COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1000: Located in Brunswick, it's Maine's oldest institution of higher learning Bowdoin College
#2669, aired 1996-03-21MUSICAL THEATRE $400: "King Mackerel & The Blues Are Running" is a musical revue set in the Outer Banks of this state North Carolina
#2646, aired 1996-02-19THE 1820s $800: After voting to separate from Massachusetts, it became a state in 1820 under the Missouri Compromise Maine
#2632, aired 1996-01-30ART $1000: "Northeaster", an 1895 painting by this American artist, depicts the ocean striking the Maine shore Winslow Homer
#2629, aired 1996-01-25GEORGE BUSH $500: Bush's father, Prescott, represented this state in the U.S. Senate from 1952 to 1963 Connecticut
#2628, aired 1996-01-24U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500 (Daily Double): This state's Acadia National Park includes parts of Isle Au Haut & the Schoodic Peninsula Maine
#2624, aired 1996-01-18DINING OUT $100: This kind of bar may have iceberg or romaine, cold veggies & dressings on it a salad bar
#2623, aired 1996-01-17U.S. CITIES $500 (Daily Double): In 1799 this city became the seat of Kennebec County; 33 years later, it became a state capital Augusta, Maine
#2620, aired 1996-01-12U.S. HISTORY $200: Capt. Charles D. Sigsbee was in command of this ship when it blew up February 15, 1898 the Maine
#2582, aired 1995-11-21U.S. STATES $400: This New England state is about as large as the other five New England states combined Maine
#2581, aired 1995-11-20ART & ARTISTS $300: "Inside the Bar, Tynemouth" shows this Maine-based artist's mastery of the watercolor medium Winslow Homer
#2581, aired 1995-11-20ART & ARTISTS $500: Wassily Kandinsky joined Gropius at this design school in 1922 & remained there until 1933 Bauhaus
#2578, aired 1995-11-15POLITICS $1000: In 1958 he became the first Democrat elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate from Maine Edmund Muskie
#2577, aired 1995-11-14ARCHITECTURE $400: Though this Maine city's state house has been remodeled, it retains its original Charles Bulfinch facade Augusta
#2573, aired 1995-11-08TAKE FIVE $100: Michael, Jackie, Tito, Marlon & Jermaine The Jackson 5
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $500: The Governor's Mansion in this city, the seat of Kennebec County, was the home of James G. Blaine Augusta, Maine
#2526, aired 1995-09-04NEW ENGLAND HODGEPODGE $800: Rockland, the "Schooner Capital of" this state, celebrates Schooner Days once a year Maine
#2513, aired 1995-07-05POLITICIANS $800: This senator who represented Maine from 1959 to 1980 was later a member of the Tower Commission Edmund Muskie
#2513, aired 1995-07-05TELEVISION $100: Michael, Jackie, Marlon, Jermaine & Tito did their own voices on the '70s cartoon show about these brothers the Jacksons
#2512, aired 1995-07-04WOMEN AUTHORS $1000: From 1917 to 1919 this poet from Maine was an actress & playwright with the Provincetown Players Edna St. Vincent Millay
#2463, aired 1995-04-26NATIONAL PARKS $500: Somes Sound, the only fjord in the lower 48 states, is in Acadia National Park in this state Maine
#2445, aired 1995-03-31FIRE! $400: In 1947 fire destroyed most of Bar Harbor on this state's Mount Desert Island Maine
#2387, aired 1995-01-10FINAL RESTING PLACES $300: The mast of this battleship marks the Arlington grave of 229 who died on it at Havana in 1898 the Maine
#2373, aired 1994-12-21THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART $800: New Englander who painted the rugged 1883 seascape "Incoming Tide, Scarboro, Maine" Winslow Homer
#2345, aired 1994-11-11TRANSPORTATION $300: February 15 is remembered as the day this battleship blew up in Havana Harbor the Maine
#2343, aired 1994-11-09TELEVISION DRAMA $1000: From 1984 to 1988, Tom Bosley played Sheriff Amos Tupper on this series set in Cabot Cove, Maine Murder, She Wrote
#2296, aired 1994-09-05AMERICANA $1000: The Skowhegan State Fair, held in this state since 1818, is said to be the nation's oldest continuing fair Maine
#2238, aired 1994-05-04NATIVE AMERICANS $1000: This Chiricahua Apache leader remained under gov't control from his capture in 1886 until his death in 1909 Geronimo
#2185, aired 1994-02-18INVENTORS $600: His method of printing was so good, it remained little changed for 500 years Gutenberg
#2127, aired 1993-11-30CANADIAN PROVINCES $1000: This province bordering Maine is 90% forest New Brunswick
#2124, aired 1993-11-25NATIONAL PARKS $1000: This national park occupies several small islands & part of Maine's coast Acadia
#2121, aired 1993-11-22VICE PRESIDENTS $1000: This man who served under Lincoln was also the second Republican governor of Maine Hannibal Hamlin
#2114, aired 1993-11-11U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: It's the only state bordering Maine New Hampshire
#2103, aired 1993-10-27WORDS $600: The "Norway" in Norway pine isn't the country but a town in this "down east" state Maine
#2081, aired 1993-09-27JEOPARDY! STATE NICKNAMES $400: Maine's nickname is the "Pine Tree State", so this might be called the "Sitka Spruce State" Alaska
#2058, aired 1993-07-14HISTORY $2,000 (Daily Double): He seized control of Cuba on March 10, 1952 & remained in power until deposed on January 1, 1959 Fulgencio Batista
#2052, aired 1993-07-06FORESTS $800: White Mountain National Forest is shared by Maine & this state New Hampshire
#2050, aired 1993-07-02HISTORY $2,000 (Daily Double): The Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 settled the boundary dispute between New Brunswick & this state Maine
#2048, aired 1993-06-30DOWN EASTERS $400: Explorers who came in from the cold to summer in Maine include Robert Peary & this South Pole visitor (Richard) Byrd
#2048, aired 1993-06-30DOWN EASTERS $3,700 (Daily Double): In 1980 & 1981 this man from the State of Maine was U.S. Secretary of State Muskie
#2031, aired 1993-06-07PARKS $1000: The highest point on North America's Atlantic coast is Cadillac Mountain in this Maine nat'l park Acadia
#2012, aired 1993-05-11AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: In 1838 a border conflict erupted between New Brunswick & this state over the Aroostook Valley Maine
#2012, aired 1993-05-11AUTHORS $300: Though found in this man's desk after his death in 1891, "Billy Budd" remained unpublished until 1924 (Herman) Melville
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $500: Middle name of Pamela Dearborn, the general's daughter for whom Maine's capital was named Augusta
#1985, aired 1993-04-02STATE CAPITALS $200: This capital city of Maine lies on both sides of the Kennebec River Augusta
#1983, aired 1993-03-31WORLD HISTORY $200: This building that opened May 1, 1931 remained the world's tallest until 1971 the Empire State Building
#1972, aired 1993-03-16NAME THE DECADE $200: The battleship Maine is destroyed in Havana harbor, killing 260 of the crew the 1890s
#1972, aired 1993-03-16NATIONAL PARKS $1000: Located about 50 miles from Bangor, Maine, it's the only national park in the northeastern U.S. Acadia
#1951, aired 1993-02-15THE CIVIL WAR $300: Though awarded for gallantry, this medal was offered to a Maine regiment to postpone its 1863 discharge Medal of Honor
#1948, aired 1993-02-10LIBRARIES $100: This state maintains a free library for the public & the legislature in the capital of Augusta Maine
#1906, aired 1992-12-141960s ROCK $100: His "Blue Hawaii" LP remained No. 1 for 20 straight weeks, a record that stood for 15 years Elvis Presley
#1897, aired 1992-12-01HISTORIC HOMES $1000: A house that belonged to U.S. Sec'y of State James G. Blaine has been home to this state's govs. since 1919 Maine
#1897, aired 1992-12-01PRESIDENTS' FATHERS $2,000 (Daily Double): George Bush's father Prescott Bush represented this New England State in the U.S. Senate Connecticut
#1881, aired 1992-11-09THE 1890s $100: In February 1898, this battleship sent to protect U.S. citizens & property in Cuba mysteriously blew up the Maine
#1871, aired 1992-10-26EUROPEAN HISTORY $100: His family became Christian, but this Viking explorer nicknamed "the Red" remained a pagan Erik the Red
#1871, aired 1992-10-26U.S. STATES $400: This "Down East" state is bordered by only 1 state & 2 provinces Maine
#1839, aired 1992-09-10THE 50 STATES $400: The top half of this state separates Quebec, Canada on the west from New Brunswick on the east Maine
#1793, aired 1992-05-20HISTORIC AMERICA $1000: Built in 1791, Portland Head Light in Maine was one of the first of these authorized by the U.S. a lighthouse
#1792, aired 1992-05-19NEWSPAPERS $600: The Bangor Daily News & the Portland Press Herald are this state's largest dailies Maine
#1756, aired 1992-03-30MAINE $100: As it is in Idaho, this is Maine's most valuable crop potatoes
#1756, aired 1992-03-30MAINE $200: This tree is represented in the state's seal, flag, flower & song (white) pine
#1756, aired 1992-03-30MAINE $300: Maine's largest city, it's been called "Forest City" because of its many tree-line avenues Portland
#1756, aired 1992-03-30MAINE $400 (Daily Double): Until 1820 Maine was a district of this state Massachusetts
#1756, aired 1992-03-30MAINE $500: Kittery, where the U.S.S. Ranger was launched in 1777, has a memorial named for this naval commander John Paul Jones
#1752, aired 1992-03-24SALAD DAYS $500: This type of lettuce is used to make a Caesar salad romaine
#1700, aired 1992-01-10SONNETS $1000: This female poet from Maine won a 1923 Pulitzer for several works, including 8 sonnets in "American Poetry" Edna St. Vincent Millay
#1658, aired 1991-11-13LITERATURE $1000: "Eugenie Grandet" is considered one of the finest novels in his series "La Comedie Humaine" Balzac
#1658, aired 1991-11-13POLITICS $3,100 (Daily Double): When he ran for president in 1884, the Democrats called him the "Continental Liar From the State of Maine" James G. Blaine
#1643, aired 1991-10-23U.S.A. $100: It's the largest city in Maine & in Oregon Portland
#1640, aired 1991-10-18U.S.A. $400: After English it's the second-most-spoken major language in Maine & Louisiana French
#1624, aired 1991-09-26ANCIENT GREECE $400: When the Roman Empire split in two in 395 A.D., Greece remained in the half called this Byzantium
#1623, aired 1991-09-25U.S. STATES $400: A U.S. battleship named after this state was sunk February 15, 1898 Maine
#1620, aired 1991-09-20ARTISTS $1000: Andrew Wyeth lives in these 2 states & paints many rural scenes near his homes Pennsylvania & Maine
#1606, aired 1991-09-02"PORT" CITIES $200: This Maine city is the closest major U.S. harbor to Europe Portsmouth
#1606, aired 1991-09-02PEOPLE IN HISTORY $200: This king married Germaine de Foix, niece of Louis XII, after the death of Isabella Ferdinand of Aragon
#1586, aired 1991-06-24BUSINESS LEADERS $1000: This founder of K Mart remained chairman of the company until 1966, a month before his 99th birthday (Sebastian S.) Kresge
#1563, aired 1991-05-221959 $1000: He remained British prime minister when the Conservatives won their 3rd election in a row (Harold) Macmillan
#1498, aired 1991-02-20AMERICAN HISTORY $600: It's now thought that an internal explosion, not a mine, caused this ship to sink in Havana Harbor in 1898 the U.S. Maine
#1489, aired 1991-02-07STATE SEALS $1000: The 14 branches of the pine tree on this state's seal represent its desire to become the 14th state Vermont
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $400: It's named for a Maine general's daughter Augusta
#1364, aired 1990-07-05NEW ENGLAND $600: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was born in this city, now Maine's largest Portland
#1358, aired 1990-06-27SECRETARIES OF STATE $800: In April 1980 Pres. Carter selected this Maine senator to succeed Cyrus Vance as Sec'y of State (Edmund) Muskie
#2, aired 1990-06-23U.S. STATES $4,000 (Daily Double): Mount Adams, Mount Jefferson & Mount Madison are in this New England state New Hampshire
#1346, aired 1990-06-11COMPOSERS $200: Tho he remained a bachelor for all his life, he's most famous for his "Wiegenlied" or "Lullaby" Johannes Brahms
#1337, aired 1990-05-29U.S. GEOGRAPHY $600: The largest & northernmost New England state Maine
#1336, aired 1990-05-28NONFICTION $600: Her 1970 book "Sexual Politics" was quite popular among feminists Kate Millet
#1332, aired 1990-05-22NEW HAMPSHIRE $800: Though it's New Hampshire's largest port city, the naval shipyard of the same name is in Maine Portsmouth
#1326, aired 1990-05-14U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: The 1842 Webster-Ashburton Treaty fixed this state's border with New Brunswick Maine
#1311, aired 1990-04-23AMERICAN ISLANDS $500: This state's Mount Desert Island is the site of the Bar Harbor Resort Maine
#1299, aired 1990-04-05HERSTORY $1,500 (Daily Double): Though a staunch anti-communist, this Maine sen. led early Senate opposition to McCarthyism Margaret Chase Smith
#1261, aired 1990-02-12PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA $600: Remember the Maine? It was blown up during his administration McKinley
#1239, aired 1990-01-11LAST LINES FROM MOVIES $800: Janet Gaynor closed this film saying, "Hello, everybody. This is Mrs. Norman Maine." "A Star is Born"
#1238, aired 1990-01-10GEOGRAPHY $1000: Smaller in area than Cleveland, this German-speaking alpine country remained neutral during WWII Liechtenstein
#1207, aired 1989-11-28U.S. HISTORY $200: If you remember the Maine, you'd know it was blown up in this city's harbor Havana
#1203, aired 1989-11-22U.S. RIVERS $400: Called the "Rhine of America", the St. John River links Canada's New Brunswick province & this state Maine
#1198, aired 1989-11-15U.S. HISTORY $300: The 1st English settlement in Maine occured in this same year as the settlement of Jamestown 1607
#1196, aired 1989-11-13ORCHESTRA CONDUCTORS $400: He became conductor of the Philadelphia orchestra in 1938 & remained there for over 4 decades Eugene Ormandy
#1188, aired 1989-11-01U.S. STATES $500: Acadia National Park, the oldest one east of the Mississippi, is in this state Maine
#1170, aired 1989-10-06U.S.A. $200: World Book says Maine's St. John River & this major N.Y. river have both been called "The Rhine of America" Hudson River
#1168, aired 1989-10-04U.S. STATES $200: While Maine borders only 1 state, these 2 don't border any Alaska & Hawaii
#1125, aired 1989-06-23U.S.A. $1,000 (Daily Double): This northeast state is the only state whose name is a homophone of a common word Maine
#1121, aired 1989-06-19FICTION $1000: William Saroyan wrote "The Human Comedy", & this 19th c. Frenchman wrote "La Comedie Humaine" Honore de Balzac
#1066, aired 1989-04-03CATS $1000: Bred in New England, this large cat looks something like the nocturnal animal for which it's named Maine coon
#1057, aired 1989-03-21JULY $600: On July 20, 1974 Turkish troops landed on this island where they've remained ever since Cyprus
#1025, aired 1989-02-03U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: = Augusta, (Maine)
#1023, aired 1989-02-01IN THE OCEAN $400: An abundance of this shrimplike crustacean may account for large numbers of dead water fish near Maine krill
#1022, aired 1989-01-31WATER $100: This French water co. has acquired springs in Oasis, Tex., Calistoga, Calif. & Poland Spring, Maine Perrier
#1013, aired 1989-01-18SALADS $400: It's the primary vegetable in Waldorf salad celery
#1013, aired 1989-01-18SALADS $500: The bitter salad green that the English commonly call chicory Americans call this endive
#1006, aired 1989-01-09TRAVEL & TOURISM $400: Moosehead Lake is one of this state's most popular attractions for hunters & fishermen Maine
#997, aired 1988-12-275-LETTER WORDS $3,000 (Daily Double): 2 of the 3 U.S. states which fit this category (2 of) Maine, Idaho & Texas
#995, aired 1988-12-23HISTORIC DATES $200: On February 15, 1898 this happened in Havana Harbor a little before 10 P.M. the blowing up of the battleship Maine
#995, aired 1988-12-23LITERATURE $1000: Some 100 separate works & novels by this French author are collectively known as the "Comedie Humaine" Honoré de Balzac
#991, aired 1988-12-19STATE CAPITALS $200: In 1832 Augusta replaced Portland as this state's capital Maine
#971, aired 1988-11-21FAMOUS WOMEN $300: She played on a championship high school basketball team before becoming a senator from Maine Margaret Chase Smith
#967, aired 1988-11-15ISLANDS $800: There are islands with this name in Massachusetts, Washington state, Wisconsin, and Maine, but the biggest is in New York Long Island
#964, aired 1988-11-10POETS $500: This Maine poetess sometimes wrote under the shorter pen name Nancy Boyd Edna St. Vincent Millay
#963, aired 1988-11-09STATE POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $1000: It's the only state whose postal abbreviation is a pronoun Maine (ME)
#913, aired 1988-07-20PEN NAMES $500: Sometimes this Maine poetess wrote under the name Nancy Boyd, 2 words shorter than her real name Edna St. Vincent Millay
#893, aired 1988-06-22DOWN EASTERS $200: Born in Conn. she wrote her most famous work in Maine; though not in a cabin, not even Uncle Tom's Harriet Beecher Stowe
#893, aired 1988-06-22DOWN EASTERS $600: He was the 1st Democrat ever elected to the U.S. Senate by Maine voters Edmund Muskie
#893, aired 1988-06-22DOWN EASTERS $4,300 (Daily Double): Though this poet's house in Portland is no "Wayside Inn", it's Maine's best-known historic site Longfellow
#874, aired 1988-05-26AMERICAN WARS $200: We don't know what caused this ship to sink, but we remember it helped cause the Spaish-American War The Maine
#870, aired 1988-05-20U.S. STATES $200: 80-90% of this New England state, more than any other, is covered by forests, with lots of pine trees Maine
#868, aired 1988-05-18U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: Funk & Wagnalls says the farthest east you'll find U.S desert land is in this state east of the Rockies Texas
#863, aired 1988-05-11FERRIES $600 (Daily Double): The oldest operating ferry boat run by this state is named the "Governor Muskie" Maine
#851, aired 1988-04-25AMERICAN HISTORY $800: In the 1839 Aroostook War, this New England state called out the militia to fight England Maine
#838, aired 1988-04-06SEE THE USA $500: The Appalachian National Scenic Trail runs all the way from Maine to this state Georgia
#801, aired 1988-02-15ONLYS $800: The only U.S. state with a 1-syllable name Maine
#786, aired 1988-01-25COLONIAL AMERICA $600: In colonial times, this state, which doesn't touch Massachusetts, was part of it Maine
#775, aired 1988-01-08FEMINISTS $1000: This 6' tall Australian championed sexual freedom in her 1st book, "The Female Eunuch" Germaine Greer
#765, aired 1987-12-25MAINE $200: Maine's state flower & tree have the words "white" & this in common pine
#765, aired 1987-12-25MAINE $400: 1 of 2 Canadian provinces that border Maine (1 of) New Brunswick or (Quebec)
#765, aired 1987-12-25MAINE $800: 1 of only 2 Democratic presidential candidates since WWII who have won Maine's electoral votes Lyndon Johnson (or Hubert Humphrey)
#765, aired 1987-12-25MAINE $1,100 (Daily Double): U.S. geographical distinction of West Quoddy Head, a small peninsula easternmost point in the United States
#720, aired 1987-10-23FRENCH CUISINE $400: One French cook book's recipe mixing romaine, vinaigrette, & this fungus is labeled "salade fi-fi" mushrooms
#720, aired 1987-10-23U.S. STATES $400: It leads the world in producing sardine cans, but it's called the Pine Tree State Maine
#703, aired 1987-09-30BRITISH RULERS $1000: Under Charles II, this man's body was exhumed & his head stuck on a pole where it remained for 25 years Cromwell
#664, aired 1987-06-25LAST LINES $800: "Hello everybody. This is Mrs. Norman Maine." A Star is Born
#658, aired 1987-06-17U.S. STATES $200: The only U.S. state which borders Maine New Hampshire
#623, aired 1987-04-29POLITICAL QUOTES $500 (Daily Double): 2nd part of this slogan was "to hell with Spain" Remember the Maine
#617, aired 1987-04-21COLONIAL AMERICA $400: Anthropologists have stated these peoples were at a Neolithic stage when colonists landed the Indians
#573, aired 1987-02-18POP SINGERS $200: Last name of singers Joe, Janet, & Jermaine Jackson
#566, aired 1987-02-09U.S. CITIES $500 (Daily Double): [AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] Only city that's mentioned in this song: "Trailer for sale or rent, rooms to let, fifty cents. / No phone, no pool, no pets, I ain't got no cigarettes..." Bangor, Maine
#547, aired 1987-01-13WOMEN AUTHORS $1000: Feminist author of "The Female Eunuch", she married 1 of Cosmopolitan's 1st nude male centerfolds Germaine Greer
#539, aired 1987-01-01MARCH $400: Almost 2 years older than Girl Scouts, this youth group was started in South Casco, Maine on March 17,1910 Campfire Girls
#521, aired 1986-12-08U.S. STATES $1,000 (Daily Double): The states that make up New England Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island
#507, aired 1986-11-18FACTS & FIGURES $600: Bankrupt in '31, ressurected in '32, it remained airborne by one congressional vote in '71 Lockheed
#506, aired 1986-11-17HISTORY $200: Tho this country was given independence in 1922 under King Fuad I, British troops remained Egypt
#505, aired 1986-11-14ELECTIONS $600: "As Maine goes, so goes Vermont" refers to only 2 states won by him in 1936 election Alf Landon
#335, aired 1985-12-20ILLINOIS $500: In latitude, Illinois reaches from that of Portsmouth, Va. to Portsmouth in this northern state New Hampshire
#277, aired 1985-10-01BIBLICAL ZOO $400: Joseph explained Pharaoh's dreams of 7 lean ones who ate 7 fat ones but still remained lean kine or cows (or cattle)
#272, aired 1985-09-24TRAVEL U.S.A. $400: New England's only national park, Acadia is in this "Pine Tree" state Maine
#261, aired 1985-09-09NEW ENGLAND $200: This New England state is about the same size as the other 5 combined Maine
#141, aired 1985-03-25PRESIDENTS $400: This office remained vacant during Truman's 1st administration the vice-presidency
#110, aired 1985-02-08POLITICS $200: Traditionally speaking, as this state goes, "so goes the nation" Maine
#58, aired 1984-11-28U.S. HISTORY $1000: In return for Missouri's admittance as a slave state, this N.E. state was brought in as a free state Maine
#57, aired 1984-11-27LEGENDS $800: Only hope remained after this ancient Greek's box was opened Pandora's box
#11, aired 1984-09-24GAY '90S $200: It sank in Havana Harbor & set off a war the Maine
#2, aired 1984-01-01STATE NAMES $800 (Daily Double): The only state with a one-syllable name Maine

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (31 results returned)

#7990, aired 2019-05-10U.S. STATES: This state entered the Union in 1820 after separating from another state that began with the same 2 letters Maine
#7955, aired 2019-03-22HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES: This day created in the U.S. in 1872 is observed in Florida & Louisiana in January, but Maine & Alaska hold it in May Arbor Day
#7791, aired 2018-06-25STATE NAME ORIGINS: Though it doesn't have "island" in its name, it's named after a European island New Jersey
#7782, aired 2018-06-12CHILDREN'S LIT: In 2017 the Maine farm & barn that inspired this classic 1952 novel were put up for sale Charlotte's Web
#7333, aired 2016-06-29U.S. STATE GEOGRAPHY: Of the contiguous states, these 2 coastal states have elevation changes within them of more than 14,000 feet California & Washington
#7298, aired 2016-05-11STATE SONGS: Its state song rhymes "patriotic gore" with the name of its largest city Maryland
#7034, aired 2015-03-26NAVY SHIPS: First designated as Armored Cruiser No. 1, this ship was commissioned in 1895 & operated on our East Coast & in the Caribbean the Maine
#7013, aired 2015-02-25LANGUAGES: They're the 2 states with the highest percentage of people who speak French at home Louisiana & Maine
#6936, aired 2014-11-10STATE HOLIDAYS: This is the only state that honors a former U.S. Secretary of State with his own legal holiday Alaska
#6891, aired 2014-07-28HISTORIC TRANSPORTS: Its principal mast is at Arlington, its foremast is at the Naval Academy & a monument to it, restored in 2013, is located in Havana the U.S.S. Maine
#6873, aired 2014-07-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY: 2 places called Point Udall, referred to as the USA's easternmost & westernmost points, are in these 2 territories Guam & the Virgin Islands
#6725, aired 2013-12-06HISTORIC LETTERS: In April 1865 she wrote to Mary Lincoln, "I cannot remain silent... brokenhearted by the loss of my own beloved husband" Queen Victoria
#6658, aired 2013-07-243-NAMED PEOPLE: Born in what's now Maine in 1807, he's honored with a bust in a special section of Westminster Abbey Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#6407, aired 2012-06-26HISTORIC U.S. CITIES: A 1905 treaty named for this U.S. city ended a foreign war 7,000 miles away & was actually signed at Kittery, Maine Portsmouth
#6117, aired 2011-03-29COASTAL STATES: With 301 miles, it has the most coastline of current states that were part of the 13 original colonies North Carolina
#5205, aired 2007-04-0620th CENTURY BUSINESSMEN: He published "Hunting, Fishing, and Camping" in 1942 & "My Story: The Autobiography of a Down-East Merchant" in 1960 L.L. Bean
#5157, aired 2007-01-30IT HAPPENED IN NEW YORK CITY: On August 10, 2004, 2 days after her death at the age of 96, the Empire State Building dimmed its lights for 15 minutes in her memory Fay Wray
#5072, aired 2006-10-03STATE CAPITALS: 1 of 2 state capitals whose names start & end with the same letter Atlanta (Georgia) or Augusta (Maine)
#5000, aired 2006-05-12ISLANDS: Davis Strait, named for a Northwest Passage seeker, separates these 2 islands that total over 1 million square miles Greenland & Baffin Island
#4872, aired 2005-11-152005 COMMENCEMENT SPEECHES: Speaking at his alma mater, he urged graduates to be voracious readers, donate to worthy causes & stay in Maine Stephen King
#4511, aired 2004-03-29U.S. GOVERNMENT: In 1924 he succeeded William J. Burns who had resigned; he remained in his position for the next 48 years J. Edgar Hoover
#4430, aired 2003-12-05THE U.S. NAVY: It's the only U.S. battleship ever to have a one-syllable name the Maine
#4223, aired 2003-01-01U.S. STATES: It only has 3 communities with a population over 15,000 & is the least populous state east of the Mississippi Vermont
#3852, aired 2001-05-08STATE CAPITALS: 1 of the 2 U.S. state capitals that begin with the names of months (1 of 2) Juneau, Alaska or Augusta, Maine
#3756, aired 2000-12-25U.S. CITIES: A city with this name is the most populous city in both Maine & Oregon Portland
#2920, aired 1997-04-18BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: First sold in 1912, the Maine hunting shoe was his first retail product Leon Leonwood (L.L.) Bean
#2899, aired 1997-03-20HISTORIC SHIPS: The state silver serving pieces in Augusta's executive mansion were salvaged from this ship U.S.S. Maine
#2078, aired 1993-09-22THE U.S. CONGRESS: This state lost the most seats in the House of Representatives, 3, after the 1990 census New York
#1559, aired 1991-05-1619th CENTURY AMERICA: To keep a balance, an 1820 compromise admitted Missouri as a slave state & this as a free state Maine
#1264, aired 1990-02-15U.S. STATES: In 1820 it became the last New England state admitted to the Union Maine
#634, aired 1987-05-14WARS: If you "Remember the Maine", you know it blew up February 15, 1898 in this city's harbor Havana

Players (91 results returned)

Bruce Naegeli, a librarian from Phoenix, Arizona 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $31,600. Lost to...
Michael Daunt, an accountant from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Elite Eighteen (Round 2 winners) member:...
Michael Daunt, an accountant from Canada 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Elite Eighteen (Round 2 winners) member:...
Michael Daunt, an accountant from Oakville, Ontario, Canada "In 1996, he was a finalist in the Tournament of Champions....
Nathan Aldrich, a part-time teacher originally from Skowhegan, Maine Season 14 player (1998-04-03).
India Cooper, an actor and copy editor from New York, New York "She became a 5-time champion in 1991. An actor and copy...
Craig Barker, an Advanced Placement history teacher from Livonia, Michigan "In 1997 he won the College Championship. Today he's an Advanced...
Bruce Naegeli, a retired law librarian from Phoenix, Arizona "He finished second in the 1988 Tournament of Champions. A retired...
Mark Born, a musician, writer and teacher from Bangkok, Thailand "He was the top winner of the 1990-91 season. He's a...
Steve Chernicoff, a technical writer from Berkeley, California "He was one of the top 1-day winners in the 1994-95...
Steve Chernicoff, a technical writer from Berkeley, California 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Elite Eighteen (Round 2 winners) member:...
Stephen King, a stellar name in bookstores and at the box office, the world's best-selling author from Bangor, Maine Celebrity Jeopardy! contestant (1995-11-06).
India Cooper, an actor and copy editor originally from Denver, Colorado 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Bethany Paye, a graduate student from Scarborough, Maine Season 18 1-time champion: $8,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: bethanypaye
Pam Maine, a mutual fund accountant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-06-28). Won $32,000 on Who Wants To Be...
Jason Richards, a pharmacy technician from Old Town, Maine 2006 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 22 4-time champion: $99,200 + $2,000.
India Cooper, an actor and copy editor from New York City, New York "A semifinalist in the Tournament of Champions in 1992, now an...
John Ward, a musician from Blue Hill, Maine Season 22 1-time champion: $11,599 + $2,000.
Marianne Matte, a freelance graphic designer from Steep Falls, Maine Season 19 player (2003-04-11).
Stephanie Smith, a retired quality engineer and manager from Scarborough, Maine Season 22 player (2006-05-04).
Jason Richards, a pharmacy technician from Old Town, Maine 2006 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 22 4-time champion: $99,200 + $2,000.
Karl Coryat, a managing editor from Oakland, California Season 12 2-time champion: $42,400. Karl's one-day total of $26,100 (#2736,...
Barbara Reinertsen, a writer from Bath, Maine Season 8 player (1992-03-25).
Bill Harris, a baker from Cape Porpoise, Maine Season 14 player (1998-02-16).
John Kilby, an owner of a notary service originally from Brewer, Maine Season 14 player (1997-12-19).
Bruce Naegeli, a law librarian from Phoenix, Arizona 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $31,600. Lost to...
Romaine White, a lawyer from Mountain Park, Georgia Season 13 player (1997-04-02).
Suzanne Ennis, a homemaker from Gorham, Maine Season 23 player (2006-11-28).
David Tiemann, a high school teacher from Brunswick, Maine 1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 9 3-time champion: $37,999....
Jane Glass, a high school librarian from Portland, Maine Season 23 player (2006-12-21).
Jimmy McKew, an 11-year-old from Portland, Maine "Because he enjoys the strategy of the game, he will likely...
Jennifer Read, a bookseller from Portland, Maine Season 9 player (1993-07-06).
Martha Temple, an attorney from Hampden, Maine Season 17 player (2000-10-18).
Sharon O'Quinn, a retail manager from Ogunquit, Maine Season 17 player (2000-10-26).
Toho Soma, a public health analyst from Portland, Maine Season 23 player (2007-06-06). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: whoopie pie
Burns Cameron, a realtor from Standish, Maine 1990 Super Jeopardy! quarterfinalist: $5,000. Burns appeared on the original version...
Christi Gowen Roberts, a middle school English teacher originally from Saco, Maine Season 14 player (1998-06-08).
Sara Cox, a second grade teacher from Bangor, Maine 1991 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 7 4-time champion: $60,201.
Lisa Karahalios, a history teacher originally from Lewiston, Maine Season 17 player (2001-06-22). Lisa won $20,000 on Who Wants to...
Kim Murphy, a minister and police chaplain from Glenbrook, Maine Season 24 player (2007-09-13).
Josh Adam, a landscape painter from Castine, Maine Season 17 player (2001-01-03).
Stephen King, from The Night Flyer "Many horror films have been based on his writings, including the...
Amanda Hall, from Farmington, Maine "Whether it's writing a biography of Yo-Yo Ma or working on...
Al Franken, an author and radio talk show host from New York City "One of the original writers on Saturday Night Live, he's done...
India Cooper, an actor and copy editor originally from Denver, Colorado 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Joal Hetherington, a freelance editor and writer from Kittery, Maine Season 19 player (2003-05-27).
Cindy Schilling, a children's librarian from Sanford, Maine Season 25 player (2008-09-12).
Cassie Hill, a recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington "Her dad is a lawyer, and by the seventh grade, she...
Carl Brandt, an investor originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $70,799...
Ben Dufour, a credit specialist from Old Orchard Beach, Maine Season 19 player (2003-03-07).
Allison Jones, a sales consultant from Kennebunk, Maine Season 25 player (2009-01-27).
Gail Flemmons, a history teacher from Clinton, Mississippi Season 25 2-time champion: $46,399 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Inta Antler, a retired computer programmer from Scarborough, Ontario, Canada Season 25 1-time champion: $12,700 + $2,000. Inta Antler - A...
Liz Murphy, a foreign service officer originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 5-time champion: $121,302...
Ariella Goldstein, a junior from Muhlenberg College 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Cortlandt Manor,...
Cynthia Reedy, a science and French teacher from Norway, Maine Season 25 player (2009-05-19).
Martha Stewart, a TV personality from Martha Stewart Living "When Americans want to learn how to make the perfect pie...
Larry Floyd, an accounting clerk originally from Bridgton, Maine 1985 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 1 5-time champion: $35,800.
Paul Christiansen, a music professor from Portland, Maine Season 26 player (2009-10-22). Last name pronounced like "kris-tee-ANN-sin".
Ginny Bartlett, a parish administrator from Bath, Maine Season 26 1-time champion: $16,000 + $1,000.
Robert Knecht Schmidt, a patent agent from Cleveland, Ohio Season 26 1-time champion: $12,799 + $1,000. Middle name pronounced like...
Ellen Dickens, an adult education director from Newcastle, Maine Season 27 1-time champion: $21,700 + $1,000.
Mark Born, an investment analyst from Los Angeles, California 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1991 Tournament...
Tom Vaughan, a plastic surgeon from Cape Elizabeth, Maine Season 27 player (2011-07-19).
Joe Iriana, an exterminator from Wells, Maine Season 28 player (2011-09-27).
Sally Sommers Smith, a biology professor from Kennebunk, Maine Season 28 player (2012-01-03).
Ben Parks-Stamm, an apple farmer from Winthrop, Maine Season 28 player (2012-03-06).
Jim Dompkowski, a financial analyst from Portland, Maine Season 6 1-time champion: $10,400.
Denise Shames, an office manager from Old Orchard Beach, Maine Season 9 player (1993-03-16).
Kathy Nitschke, a customer-service representative from Greenbush, Maine Season 29 player (2013-06-05). Last name pronounced like "NITSH-kee".
Jermaine Jones, a program manager from Brooklyn, New York Season 30 player (2013-10-31).
India Cooper, a copy editor from Madison, Indiana "She was an actor and copy editor in New York City...
Kirsten Albair, a jeweler from Caribou, Maine Season 30 player (2014-03-11).
Bruce Naegeli, a librarian from Phoenix, Arizona 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $31,600. Lost to...
David Tiemann, a high school teacher from Brunswick, Maine 1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 9 3-time champion: $37,999....
Sara Cox, a teacher from Bangor, Maine 1991 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 7 4-time champion: $60,201.
Mario Mainero, a trial lawyer from Corona del Mar, California Season 4 player (1988-04-28). Johnny Gilbert pronounced Mario's last name as...
Shawn Paul, a restaurant manager originally from Waterville, Maine Season 31 player (2015-03-13).
Mike Luca, a sales coordinator from Westbrook, Maine Season 31 player (2015-06-12).
Rook Thomas Hine, an operations manager from Brunswick, Maine Season 32 player (2015-09-14). JBoard user name: Rook
Jennifer Robinson, a manufacturing technician from Windham, Maine Season 32 player (2015-10-22).
Deborah Henry, a retired attorney from Maineville, Ohio Season 32 player (2016-01-01).
Steve Pecukonis, a trainer and consultant from Brunswick, Maine Season 33 player (2017-03-16).
Hank Simpson, a mechanical engineer from Bath, Maine Season 6 player (1989-11-23).
Vicky Smith, a children's book review editor from South Portland, Maine
Thom Page, an OB/GYN doctor from Auburn, Maine Season 34 player (2017-09-21).
Ian Shin, a professor from Lewiston, Maine Season 34 player (2017-12-12).
Lee Glazer, a director of a college research center from Waterville, Maine
Allen Adams, a writer/editor from Bangor, Maine
Jessica Garsed, a librarian from Augusta, Maine Season 36 3-time champion: $52,199 + $1,000.
Dennis Coffey, a bartender from Old Orchard Beach, Maine Season 36 3-time champion: $51,203 + $1,000.
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