Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (613 results returned)

#8196, aired 2020-04-06ALPHANUMERICS $400: The Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company modified its moniker & got down to business under this name 3M
#8189, aired 2020-03-26LYRICS OF TODAY $1000: Her: "New man on the Minnesota Vikings, truth hurts, needed something more exciting, bom bom bi dom bi dum bum bay" Lizzo
#8186, aired 2020-03-23CAPTURE THE FLAG $800: When Virginia tried to get back a Confederate flag this state captured in 1863, Gov. Jesse Ventura said, "Why?...we won" Minnesota
#8181, aired 2020-03-16CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $200: (Hi, I'm Eric Perkins from KARE 11. [He presents from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.]) In the first sporting event at Minneapolis' U.S. Bank Stadium, Chelsea played AC Milan in this sport soccer
#8170, aired 2020-02-28EXPLORERS $200: A city named for Sieur du Luth sits where he negotiated a treaty with the Sioux in what is now this state Minnesota
#8144, aired 2020-01-23PLACE-NAME NAMES $800: This star who made a comeback with "Stranger Things" was named for a city in her birthplace of Minnesota Winona Ryder
#8144, aired 2020-01-23THE OPERATING THEATER $400: Scalpel! Clamp! Retractor! may all be on a type of instrument stand named for these brothers of Minnesota clinic fame Mayo
#8139, aired 2020-01-16STATES' COMMON SURNAMES $2000: This 7-letter last name of 2 U.S. Presidents is particularly common in Minnesota, Nebraska, Wisconsin & both Dakotas Johnson
#8, aired 2020-01-14SURPRISE ME, TREBEK $1200: In a 1998 shocker, Jesse Ventura was elected Minnesota governor, becoming this party's first candidate to win statewide office Reform
#8135, aired 2020-01-10TOYS $1,000 (Daily Double): This brand of toy trucks began in Minnesota in the late 1940s Tonka
#8107, aired 2019-12-03ANIMAL MALADIES $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew at the Como Park Zoo in St. Paul, Minnesota.) Although healthy now, these guys get regular ultrasounds and daily baby aspirins as gorillas in captivity, especially the males, are prone to this disease--"CVD" for short cardiovascular disease
#8093, aired 2019-11-13OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $800: Laugh maniacally as you realize the common one of these is Minnesota's state bird a loon
#8080, aired 2019-10-25DAM THAT RIVER! $400: Lake Winnibigoshish Reservoir Dam in Minnesota & Melvin Price Locks & Dam in Illinois the Mississippi
#8072, aired 2019-10-15MINNESOTA...NICE $200: Though Minnesota is known as the "Land of 10,000" of these, the state's being modest as usual--about 12,000 is more accurate lakes
#8072, aired 2019-10-15MINNESOTA...NICE $400: At this facility you can visit the Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium & do a little shopping, too the Mall of America
#8072, aired 2019-10-15MINNESOTA...NICE $600: Paisley Park, his home & recording studio, is in Chanhassen, a suburb of his hometown of Minneapolis Prince
#8072, aired 2019-10-15MINNESOTA...NICE $800: Last name of the dad and two sons who began caring for patients at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota in 1889 Mayo
#8072, aired 2019-10-15MINNESOTA...NICE $1000: The temperature falls in Minnesota, especially in these "Falls" that claim the title "Icebox of the Nation" International Falls
#8059, aired 2019-09-26STATE OF THE STATE FOREST $1,600 (Daily Double): Mississippi Headwaters State Forest Minnesota
#8041, aired 2019-07-22LET'S TALK ABOUT FLAGS $2000: This Minnesota gov. believed "Body" & soul, "There is much more to being a patriot...than reciting the pledge or raising a flag" Jesse Ventura
#8033, aired 2019-07-10STATE MOTTOES $1000: "L'etoile du nord" ("star of the north") Minnesota
#8030, aired 2019-07-05LITERARY MINNESOTA $200: A series by Vilhelm Moberg opens with "The Emigrants", who are headed for Minnesota, departing from Småland in this country Sweden
#8030, aired 2019-07-05LITERARY MINNESOTA $600: According to Garrison Keillor's book titled this town "Days", the town is somewhere near St. Cloud Lake Wobegon
#8030, aired 2019-07-05LITERARY MINNESOTA $800: He wrote his first novel, "This Side of Paradise", in his parents' house on Summit Avenue in St. Paul F. Scott Fitzgerald
#8030, aired 2019-07-05LITERARY MINNESOTA $1000: Minnesotan Tim O'Brien wrote books like "Going After Cacciato" & "Lake of the Woods" about those who fought in this war the Vietnam War
#8030, aired 2019-07-05LITERARY MINNESOTA $1,000 (Daily Double): The lives of 3 women centuries apart intertwine along the shores of this lake in Danielle Sosin's "The Long-Shining Waters" Lake Superior
#8028, aired 2019-07-03SINGULAR SPORTS TEAMS $600: NHL: Minnesota Wild
#8016, aired 2019-06-172018 ESPY WINNERS $400: Best Player in this league was a layup for Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx the WNBA
#8014, aired 2019-06-13A LIL RAP CATEGORY $1000: Skippa da Flippa mentions Vikings on "Minnesota" by this lil Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty
#8012, aired 2019-06-11KEEP YOUR PLACES STRAIGHT $1000: Bausch + Lomb was founded in this city, New York; the Mayo Clinic, in this city, Minnesota Rochester
#8009, aired 2019-06-06U.S. RIVERS THAT FLOW NORTH $6,000 (Daily Double): This "colorful" river flows north, forming 440 miles of the North Dakota-Minnesota border & then on into Canada the Red River of the North
#8008, aired 2019-06-05TIMBERLAND $400: In 1900 2 billion feet of white pine was produced in this state that now has "timber" in the name of a pro sports team Minnesota
#7995, aired 2019-05-17FILL IN THE STATE $200: Hall of Fame Billiards player: ____ Fats Minnesota
#7993, aired 2019-05-15FOOD STUFF $1000: The morel is Minnesota's state one of these a mushroom
#7984, aired 2019-05-02WORLD OF SPORT $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew gives the clue from U.S. Bank Stadium.) Fans at U.S. Bank Stadium got thrills when ESPN brought these games to Minnesota from Austin in 2017 the X Games
#7968, aired 2019-04-10ACROSS STATE LINES $1000: Heading east on I-94: Montana, North Dakota, this Minnesota
#7957, aired 2019-03-26BIRTHPLACE OF A BRAND $1000: Pillsbury Minnesota
#7953, aired 2019-03-20BEFORE HE WAS VICE PRESIDENT... $600 (Daily Double): He taught at the University of Minnesota in the early 1940s & then served as mayor of Minneapolis (Hubert) Humphrey
#7925, aired 2019-02-08BYE AGAIN, GEORGE! $1600: In 1956 this Minnesota senator & future VP said the address gives "a renewed sense of pride in our republic" Humphrey
#7888, aired 2018-12-19HIGHER EDUCATION $600: "The Book of Knowledge" is vied for by Carleton & Macalaster, called this state's top 2 liberal arts colleges Minnesota
#7876, aired 2018-12-03NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS $2,000 (Daily Double): The Plummer Building named for Henry Plummer, M.D., is a landmark part of this Minnesota facility the Mayo Clinic
#7874, aired 2018-11-29ELEMENTAL U.S. PLACES $3,500 (Daily Double): The ghost town of Manganese is in this state with the same 2-letter abbreviation as manganese Minnesota
#7861, aired 2018-11-12THEME PARKS $800: Nickelodeon Universe is in the Mall of America in this state Minnesota
#7847, aired 2018-10-23ZEBULON PIKE'S PIQUES $800: Pike thought he bought land for the U.S. near the Twin Cities of this state in 1805, but the Sioux seemed to disagree Minnesota
#7833, aired 2018-10-03AUTHORS' FICTIONAL PLACES $2000: Gopher Prairie, Minnesota Sinclair Lewis
#7816, aired 2018-09-10OUR STATE LOOKS UP TO YOU $600: Iowans roll their eyes upward at this state Minnesota
#7808, aired 2018-07-18THAT'S SO RANDOM! $1600: They're the 2 states that border both Dakotas to the east & west Minnesota and Montana
#7802, aired 2018-07-10ENDANGERED ANIMALS $2000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Como Park Zoo in St. Paul, Minnesota.) Como Zoo offers programs to help raise awareness about orangutans, because largely to deforestation, the numbers are dwindling in their last two native habitats, leaving about 50,000 orangutans on Borneo & only 14,000 on this Indonesian island to the west Sumatra
#7802, aired 2018-07-10LITERARY TYPES $2,000 (Daily Double): In Sauk Centre, Minnesota, a street (not Main Street), is named for this author born there in 1885 Sinclair Lewis
#7792, aired 2018-06-26IN THE STATE SONG $600: In this state's song, "They shall guard thy fame & adore they name; thou shalt be their northern star" Minnesota
#7779, aired 2018-06-07PRINCE $400: (Jimmy of Clue Crew presents from Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota.) Prince will forever be associated with this: a song, an album & a movie that won an Oscar & 2 Grammys "Purple Rain"
#7779, aired 2018-06-07PRINCE $1200: (Jimmy of Clue Crew presents from Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota.) One of the first videos by a black artist to get regular airplay on MTV was this one, inspired by a pink Mercury Marauder; Prince was vaulted into superstardom as the song rode up the charts "Little Red Corvette"
#7779, aired 2018-06-07PRINCE $2000: (Jimmy of Clue Crew presents from Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota.) The threat of nuclear war inspired Prince to write the lyrics, "Everybody's got a bomb, we could all die any day", but as this song also reminds us, "Life is just a party, and parties weren't meant to last" party like it's "1999"
#7739, aired 2018-04-12DOWN FOR THE COUNTY $400: It's not the state capital but it is the seat of Hennepin County, Minnesota Minneapolis
#7720, aired 2018-03-16AFTER THE VICE PRESIDENCY $800: He returned for another 7 years as a U.S. senator from Minnesota after his 1960s veeping Hubert H. Humphrey
#7708, aired 2018-02-28THE WORLD ALMANAC 2018 $2000: Senators who need to face the voters in 2018 to keep their jobs include Amy Kobluchar of this state Minnesota
#7706, aired 2018-02-26DEEP STATE $800: We'd have to say the Soudan Underground Lab has the coolest spot in Minnesota--about .01 degrees F. above this absolute zero
#7700, aired 2018-02-16AT THE COMO PARK ZOO $200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the Como Park Zoo.) While endangered, it's hard to estimate how many snow leopards are left in the wild, because they inhabit such remote regions of Asia; however, some have been spotted & may be making a comeback on this highest mountain from which they disappeared decades ago Mount Everest
#7700, aired 2018-02-16AT THE COMO PARK ZOO $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the Como Park Zoo.) Because of global warming & the reduction of sea ice in the Arctic, scientists predict that polar bears could go extinct by the year 2100; today it's estimated that there are only 20 to 25,000 of the bears left in the wild, with 60% of them inhabiting this country Canada
#7700, aired 2018-02-16AT THE COMO PARK ZOO $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the Como Park Zoo.) Like other baby giraffes, Violet, who's 5 weeks old, was close to 6 feet tall when she was born, and her spot pattern is as unique to her as these impressions are to humans fingerprints
#7700, aired 2018-02-16AT THE COMO PARK ZOO $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the Como Park Zoo.) It's a symbol of good luck, but luck may have run out for the Panamanian golden frog, likely extinct in the wild due to pollutants, forest clearing & a deadly skin disease caused by this type of organism related to molds & mushrooms a fungus
#7700, aired 2018-02-16AT THE COMO PARK ZOO $1000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from the Como Park Zoo.) Contrary to what the movies portray, humans are rarely attacked by this giant water boa that thrives in the Amazon & Orinoco river basins & can grow up to 30 feet long an anaconda
#7686, aired 2018-01-29HISTORY ACROSS AMERICA $600: (I'm Julie Nelson from KARE 11.) On September 2, 1901 at the Minnesota State Fair, Theodore Roosevelt advised, "Speak softly and" do this carry a big stick
#7670, aired 2018-01-05WHERE THE GRASS IS GREEN $200: "Wild" this grain isn't this grain at all but the seed of an aquatic grass wild rice
#7644, aired 2017-11-30IN THEIR LEAGUE $1000: The Minnesota Lynx the WNBA
#7642, aired 2017-11-28MADE IN THE USA $800: Duluth Pack "has continuously handcrafted hunting, shooting and outdoor gear" in this state since 1882 Minnesota
#7621, aired 2017-10-30THE STATE'S SECOND-LARGEST CITY $400: Minnesota: A Twin City St. Paul
#7614, aired 2017-10-19"R"OCK BANDS $2000: Paul Westerberg fronted these Minnesota rockers with albums like "Let It Be" & many chaotic gigs the Replacements
#7612, aired 2017-10-17THE MIDWEST $400: State where you can visit the American Swedish Institute, in the mansion built by immigrant Swan Turnblad Minnesota
#7605, aired 2017-10-06MOST INSTAGRAMMED PLACES BY STATE $600: In Minnesota: this shopping mecca the Mall of America
#7603, aired 2017-10-04LAKES & RIVERS $800: Minnesota's highest point, 2,301' Eagle Mountain, is just a few miles from its lowest point, this Great Lake Superior
#7602, aired 2017-10-03BEFORE & AFTER $1600: Woody Guthrie's American anthem salutes a Minnesota butter & cheese supplier "This Land Is Your Land" o' Lakes
#7596, aired 2017-09-25ONE STATE, UNDER CANADA $400: Part of the eastern border of this state is along Lake Superior; Manitoba is a neighbor to its north Minnesota
#7591, aired 2017-09-18WORLD FULL OF PEOPLE $1600: It's the U.S. state with the largest Somali community Minnesota
#7576, aired 2017-07-17FALLS $1200: Don't chuckle at these falls in Minnesota, though Longfellow said they "laugh and leap into the valley" Minnehaha Falls
#7574, aired 2017-07-13IT'S IOWA-ADJACENT $800: The Mississippi flows 2,350 miles southward from its source, Lake Itasca, in this state Minnesota
#7565, aired 2017-06-30ANAGRAM OF A STATE $1200: Puts up for election nominates (anagram of Minnesota)
#7557, aired 2017-06-20BOB DYLAN $400: Bob was born in Minnesota with this last name Zimmerman
#7553, aired 2017-06-14DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE $1000: This American architect designed the University of Minnesota's Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum seen here Frank Gehry
#7552, aired 2017-06-13BIG TEN SCHOOLS $200: Gopher it! This university was established in 1851 in 2 neighboring cities the University of Minnesota
#7548, aired 2017-06-07BUSINESS NAMES $400: 3M was originally founded as this state "Mining and Manufacturing Co." Minnesota
#7540, aired 2017-05-26U.S. BODIES OF WATER $2000: It's not one of the Great Lakes but is Minnesota's northernmost, shared with Ontario & Manitoba Lake of the Woods
#7537, aired 2017-05-23HISTORY $600: In 1984 this Minnesotan got the fewest electoral votes, 13, of any Democrat since 1872 Walter Mondale
#7502, aired 2017-04-04WHEN IN DOME $400: Demolished in a kind of "Viking funeral", the Metrodome in this state was no longer dome sweet dome after 2014 Minnesota
#7501, aired 2017-04-03WHERE ART THOU? $1000: At Austin, Minnesota's Museum of this Hormel product, featuring a wall of more than 3,000 cans Spam
#7490, aired 2017-03-17COLUMBIA $1200: Columbia Heights is a city on the Mississippi River in this state where the river begins Minnesota
#7486, aired 2017-03-13LITERATURE ACROSS AMERICA $2000: (I'm Julie Nelson from Kare 11.) The Minnesota State Fair is the setting of the 1928 story "A Night at the Fair" by this author born in St. Paul Fitzgerald
#7468, aired 2017-02-15SINGLE-NAMED SINGERS $600: 6 months after his death, this rock icon's Minnesota home & studio complex was open to the public for tours Prince
#7454, aired 2017-01-26WORDS FOR TRAVELERS $2000: This French word for "travelers" is the name of a Minnesota national park voyageurs
#7447, aired 2017-01-17STATE PARKS $1600: Lake Bemidji State Park Minnesota
#7443, aired 2017-01-11AROUND THE WORLD $800: This river rises in Lake Itasca in Minnesota the Mississippi
#7437, aired 2017-01-03IT'S "TWIN"s! $800: Ervin Santana was their 2016 opening day starter the Minnesota Twins
#7427, aired 2016-12-20SERVING THE STATE $400: (I'm Senator Al Franken.) As a U.S. senator discussing such issues as farm policy & jobs training, I've visited all 87 counties, from Lake County in the northeast to Rock County in the southwest, in this, my home state Minnesota
#7423, aired 2016-12-14REPRESENTIN' $1000: Her four terms representing Minnesota in Congress included a presidential run (Michele) Bachmann
#7400, aired 2016-11-11MOTOR VEHICLES $1000: The Arctic Cat brand of these recreational vehicles has been made in Minnesota for over 50 years snowmobiles
#7399, aired 2016-11-10GEOGRAPHIC CENTERS $1000: 10 miles southwest of Brainerd Minnesota
#7391, aired 2016-10-31"BING" $1600: Greyhound bus lines, Roger Maris & Bob Dylan all got their start in this Minnesota city Hibbing
#7390, aired 2016-10-28STUFF ABOUT STATES $200: Red Lake is the largest of the more than 10,000 lakes within this state Minnesota
#7380, aired 2016-10-14THE ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS $1600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In 1818, the U.S. & Britain signed a treaty, making this line the border between the U.S. & Canada from Minnesota to the Rockies; it was later extended to the Pacific the 49th parallel
#7376, aired 2016-10-10U.S. RIVERS $400: 7-foot, 100-pound sturgeon have returned to the St. Louis River, Minnesota's largest tributary of this Great Lake Superior
#7359, aired 2016-09-15STATE YOUR BUSINESS $1000: Land O'Lakes Minnesota
#7351, aired 2016-07-25VICE PRESIDENTS $1000: The second vice president from his state, he was born in Ceylon...Ceylon, Minnesota, that is Walter Mondale
#7336, aired 2016-07-04THE "I-T" DEPARTMENT $2000: This lake in Minnesota is the main source of the Mississippi River Lake Itasca
#7308, aired 2016-05-25THE COLLEGE'S ALUMNI $400: Bob Dylan, Jessica Lange, Hubert Humphrey the University of Minnesota
#7298, aired 2016-05-11THE VIETNAM WAR ERA $9,700 (Daily Double): In 1968 this anti-war candidate vied with fellow Minnesotan Hubert Humphrey for the Democratic nomination Eugene McCarthy
#7283, aired 2016-04-20ALL THE LYRICS IN THE SONG $2000: We remember this Minnesota trio whose name means "do you remember" & their song whose full lyrics are "New day rising" Hüsker Dü
#7279, aired 2016-04-14NO-FLY ZONE $1000: Boundary Waters Canoe Area in this northern state's Superior National Forest Minnesota
#7268, aired 2016-03-30HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $200: The Great River Road features many scenic sites along this river in 10 states, including Iowa & Minnesota the Mississippi
#7221, aired 2016-01-25ANNUAL EVENTS $1000: During the Defeat of Jesse James Days in Northfield in this state, James' failed 1876 bank robbery is re-enacted Minnesota
#7204, aired 2015-12-31____ OF THE ____ $1000: This body of water straddles the U.S.-Canada border where Ontario, Manitoba & Minnesota meet Lake of the Woods
#7202, aired 2015-12-29TV SETTINGS $800: "Little House on the Prairie" & "The Mary Tyler Moore Show": this state Minnesota
#7184, aired 2015-12-03STATES' LOWEST POINTS $400: Minnesota: On the western shore of this lake Lake Superior
#7180, aired 2015-11-27IN WHICH STATE? $400: The Mayo Clinic Gonda Vascular Center Minnesota
#7164, aired 2015-11-05THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Here's the Electoral College victory of this man; the only state he lost was Minnesota, by the slim margin of 49.72% to 49.54% (Ronald) Reagan
#7119, aired 2015-07-23'90s NEWSMAKERS $800: In 1999 he wrestled his way into the Minnesota governor's office Jesse Ventura
#7053, aired 2015-04-22AUTHORS: BORN & DIED $1000: Born in 1885 in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, he died in 1951 near Rome Sinclair Lewis
#7051, aired 2015-04-20OBESITY IN AMERICA $200: Obesity grew as strolling dropped; one countermove is putting these into suburbs like Edina, Minnesota, built without them sidewalks
#7042, aired 2015-04-07TIME TO "GO" $400: Animal nickname for a Minnesota native a gopher
#7031, aired 2015-03-23DEATH OF A VEEP $600: The first Democrat elected to the Senate from Minnesota since 1858, he died in Waverly on Jan. 13, 1978 Hubert Humphrey
#6993, aired 2015-01-28STATE OF THE NOVEL $400: "Lake Wobegon Days" Minnesota
#6991, aired 2015-01-26HOSPITALS $400: This Minnesota facility serves more than 1 million patients a year the Mayo Clinic
#6982, aired 2015-01-13MINNESOTA $400: When completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail will extend nearly 90 miles along this body of water Lake Superior
#6982, aired 2015-01-13MINNESOTA $600: Minnesota's U.S. senators are Amy Klobuchar & him Al Franken
#6982, aired 2015-01-13MINNESOTA $800: This colorful vegetable canning company was founded in 1903 in Le Sueur Green Giant
#6982, aired 2015-01-13MINNESOTA $1000: The Mesabi Range helps Minnesota lead the nation in the production of this ore iron ore
#6945, aired 2014-11-21STATE PARKS $200: Little Falls, Minnesota boasts a state park named for this aviator, though you'd think it would be in St. Louis Lindbergh
#6929, aired 2014-10-30BIRTH OF A VICE PRESIDENT $1200: January 5, 1928 in Ceylon, Minnesota (Walter) Mondale
#6920, aired 2014-10-17STATE LICENSE PLATES $400: Its plates feature a canoe on a lake, but we're not sure which of the 10,000 lakes it's supposed to be Minnesota
#6904, aired 2014-09-25"CHAR"MED, I'M SURE $800: In 1991 Minnesota became the first state to authorize this type of public school operated independently of the school board charter school
#6884, aired 2014-07-17OFFICE SEEKER, DISAPPOINTED $400: This Minnesotan was elected to the Senate in 1966, but his later presidential run was less successful Walter Mondale
#6874, aired 2014-07-03COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1600: Minnesota's Northfield College got this name in 1871, honoring a benefactor Carleton
#6859, aired 2014-06-12POLITICIAN AUTHORS $600: "Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them" is by this funnyman-turned-Minnesota senator Al Franken
#6849, aired 2014-05-29I WON THAT STATE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION $1200: Minnesota in 1988: This Democrat (Michael) Dukakis
#6848, aired 2014-05-28MLB TEAMS EN FRANÇAIS $1600: Les Jumeaux, or perhaps Les Doubles the (Minnesota) Twins
#6845, aired 2014-05-23THE MIDWEST $2000: Tonka Toys got their name from this lake, one of the largest in the Land of 10,000 Lakes Minnetonka
#6805, aired 2014-03-28FOOTPRINTS $400: Legend says his footprints & those of his blue ox, Babe, created Minnesota's 10,000 lakes Paul Bunyan
#6797, aired 2014-03-18STATE SONGS $3,000 (Daily Double): 2 college students wrote its state song, which ends, "hailing thee their Northern Star" Minnesota
#6795, aired 2014-03-14CLOSE QUARTERS $400: You had to figure there would be a lake for this state Minnesota
#6791, aired 2014-03-10EARLIEST TO STATEHOOD $600: Montana, Missouri, Minnesota Missouri
#6783, aired 2014-02-26PEAS ON EARTH $1200: Le Sueur peas go into the cans of this big guy's brand, formerly the Minnesota Valley Canning Company Jolly Green Giant
#6756, aired 2014-01-20SAME NAME AS A STATE CAPITAL $2000: Hormel Foods is based in Austin in this state Minnesota
#6746, aired 2014-01-06EAT, DRINK $1600: The University of Minnesota created the honeycrisp, a variety of this fruit an apple
#6739, aired 2013-12-26LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI $1000: Named for an Indian princess, the city of Winona in this state has been a vital port since the days of paddle wheelers Minnesota
#6733, aired 2013-12-18"M" STATE $400: 250 Statues of Liberty could fit inside this state's Mall of America Minnesota
#6727, aired 2013-12-10THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE DOME $800: In 2010 snow on the inflatable Teflon roof of this NFL team's Metrodome left the structure less-inflated the Minnesota Vikings
#6697, aired 2013-10-29THE NEW YORK TIMES ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO CLICK $2000: (I'm legal columnist Linda Greenhouse.) In a multimedia feature, I gave a tour of the papers of this Supreme Court Justice who wrote the majority opinion in Roe v. Wade & about whom I've also written a book Harry Blackmun
#6694, aired 2013-10-24HOSPITAL CORNERS $200: Center Street & 3rd Avenue SW in Rochester, Minnesota: this clinic the Mayo Clinic
#6651, aired 2013-07-15OTHER JULY OBSERVANCES $1000: Sauk Centre, Minnesota has a week-long festival celebrating this author & native son Sinclair Lewis
#6650, aired 2013-07-12WHAT AN ICE PARTY $200: This Minnesota capital's winter carnival started building ice palaces back in the 1880s. St. Paul
#6613, aired 2013-05-22ANNUAL EVENTS $1000: 5K & 10K races are part of the Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run during Icebox Days in International Falls in this state Minnesota
#6608, aired 2013-05-15STUFF ABOUT STATES $400: Judging from its nicknames, it's full of lakes & gophers Minnesota
#6606, aired 2013-05-13THE 2012 TEAM MVP $600: Running back Adrian Peterson, as if there was a doubt the (Minnesota) Vikings
#6595, aired 2013-04-26SINGLE NAMED SINGERS $1200: In 2010 this rocker wrote a theme song for the Minnesota Vikings; is that why he's so into purple? Prince
#6589, aired 2013-04-18MINNE-CODA $200: Minnesota's Sawtooth Mountains end in the east when they reach this Great Lake (Lake) Superior
#6589, aired 2013-04-18MINNE-CODA $800: The full name of the Metrodome includes the name of this politician who met his maker in Waverly, Minnesota in 1978 Hubert H. Humphrey
#6589, aired 2013-04-18MINNE-CODA $1000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Minnesota once stretched as far west as the Missouri River; when it became a state in 1858, its land area was pulled back to this river, that forms its entire border with North Dakota The Red River of the North
#6571, aired 2013-03-25BUSINESS LETTERS $800: One of the 3 Ms in the name of the company that makes Scotch tape Minnesota (Mining & Manufacturing)
#6554, aired 2013-02-28PARTY HOPPING $800: A Democrat as mayor, Norm Coleman switched parties & became a Republican senator from this state Minnesota
#6549, aired 2013-02-21U.S. GEOGRAPHY $2000: This Minnesota range is the chief deposit of iron ore in the United States Mesabi (Range)
#6533, aired 2013-01-30THE STATE OF THE MALL $600: The Galleria at White Plains & Fingerlakes Mall New York
#6522, aired 2013-01-15THE NEAREST CANADIAN PROVINCE TO... $1600: Hallock, Minnesota & Cavalier, North Dakota Manitoba
#6511, aired 2012-12-311990s HISTORY $400: Let me tell you something, McMahon! In 1999 he joined "the body" politic & became governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura
#6482, aired 2012-11-20STATES BY LAKE $1,200 (Daily Double): Lake Bemidji, Bass Lake (a few dozen of those) Minnesota
#6454, aired 2012-10-111920s BESTSELLERS $2000: In this bestseller Sinclair Lewis modeled Gopher Prairie after his home town of Sauk Centre, Minnesota Main Street
#6431, aired 2012-07-30TRAVELING THE USA $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) I'm in St. Louis, Missouri, on this river, that flows from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico the Mississippi River
#6425, aired 2012-07-20FORESTS $1000: The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is within the Minnesota national forest named for this Great Lake Superior
#6416, aired 2012-07-09VICE PRESIDENTS $600: The son of a Methodist minister, this vice president graduated from the University of Minnesota law school in 1956 Walter Mondale
#6371, aired 2012-05-07THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE $2000: Lake Itasca, considered the main source of the Mississippi River, is in this state Minnesota
#6361, aired 2012-04-23BIG (& NOT-SO-BIG) BIRD $800: It's not crazy, it's not nuts, but the common one, about 30 inches long, is the state bird of Minnesota a loon
#6360, aired 2012-04-20PRO TEAM ADDRESSES $1000: This major league team used to take the field at 34 Kirby Puckett Place Minnesota Twins
#6356, aired 2012-04-16EVENTS AROUND THE USA $1200: Each February, take the grumpy plunge (into the Mississippi!) at Wabasha's Grumpy Old Men Festival in this state Minnesota
#6343, aired 2012-03-28THE BAR MITZVAH BOY $200: Future musician: May 22, 1954, Hibbing, Minnesota Bob Dylan
#6312, aired 2012-02-142 FOR THE SHOW $1200: On the original series with this number in the title, the family moved from Minnesota; on the reboot, from Kansas 90210
#6302, aired 2012-01-31GIANTS $600: It's said that this Minnesotan's first bed was a lumber wagon pulled by a team of oxen Paul Bunyan
#6298, aired 2012-01-25PRESIDENTIAL RE-ELECTIONS $400: This man won D.C. & (by 3,700 votes) Minnesota & that's it as Reagan won re-election Mondale
#6291, aired 2012-01-16WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT $2000: His widow Muriel became Minnesota's first female senator when she filled his vacant seat in 1978 Hubert Humphrey
#6290, aired 2012-01-13LAKES & RIVERS $400: The name of Mille Lacs, a lake in this state, means "1,000 lakes"; sounds like an undercount Minnesota
#6282, aired 2012-01-03CITY SEALS $800: St, Anthony Falls & a suspension bridge across the Mississippi River are on this Minnesota city's seal Minneapolis
#6271, aired 2011-12-19DOCTOR, LAWYER, NATIVE AMERICAN LEADER $200: Last name of William & Charles, brothers who built their own medical center in Rochester, Minnesota in 1914 Mayo
#6262, aired 2011-12-06NUMERIC PLACES $400: According to its license plates, Minnesota is the Land of these 10,000 Lakes
#6241, aired 2011-11-07WHAT'D YOU CATCH? $1600: A cold, while fishing nearly 200-square-mile Flathead Lake in this northern state Montana
#6236, aired 2011-10-31HOSPITALS $200: This Rochester, Minnesota clinic is around 15 million square feet, about 3 times the size of the Mall of America the Mayo Clinic
#6230, aired 2011-10-21POLITICIANS $1200: This Minnesota liberal ran for president in 1960 & was elected vice president in 1964 (Hubert) Humphrey
#6177, aired 2011-06-21STATE THE SENATOR $800: In 1964 the man seen here was appointed to serve this state Minnesota
#6174, aired 2011-06-16LEGISLATIVE LEGACIES $1600: This Minnesotan put his name on the act that provided for enforcing Prohibition (Andrew) Volstead
#6173, aired 2011-06-15ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL $800: In 2011 this congresswoman from Minnesota's 6th district gave a State of the Union rebuttal on behalf of the Tea Party Michele Bachmann
#6134, aired 2011-04-21STATE / PRISON $600: Hey! You! Get off of my correctional facility at St. Cloud! Rush City, too, for that matter! Minnesota
#6126, aired 2011-04-11NAVY SEALS $200: This wrestler & Minnesota governor served on a SEAL underwater demolition team in the Vietnam era Jesse Ventura
#6123, aired 2011-04-06ROADSIDE AMERICA $1600: Wind through Darwin, Minnesota or Cawker City, Kansas; they both claim the world's largest ball of this twine
#6122, aired 2011-04-05IN FLORIDA $800: A sudden, short attack, like the Great Northfield, Minnesota one a raid
#6111, aired 2011-03-21OFFBEAT MUSEUMS $600: In Austin, Minnesota you can ham it up at the museum of this meat product in a can Spam
#6106, aired 2011-03-14DUMB CRIMINALS $1000: A Minnesota man got a DUI for driving not a car but a redesigned recliner from this hyphenated Co.; it could go 20 mph a La-Z-Boy
#6104, aired 2011-03-10THE SENATOR OF MY WORLD $600: This senator from Minnesota has mayoral experience: he was the voice of Mayor McCheese on TV in "Clerks" Al Franken
#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
#6082, aired 2011-02-08STATE UNIVERSITY BY ALUMS $1200: Bob Dylan, man of the heart Dr. Christiaan Barnard, Alan Page (for law school) The University of Minnesota
#6070, aired 2011-01-21ALL THINGS CONSIDERED $200: 3 years after buying the NBA's Bucks, Herbert Kohl became a U.S. senator from this state Wisconsin
#6063, aired 2011-01-12STATE SANDWICH $2000: It's sandwiched between Minnesota & Missouri Iowa
#6049, aired 2010-12-23U.S. BAYS $2000: This lake's Buffalo Bay is shared by the U.S. & Canada with the U.S. part lying in Minnesota's Northwest Angle Lake of the Woods
#6038, aired 2010-12-08STATE FAIRS $1000: F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1928 story "A Night at the Fair" is set at this Midwestern state's fair Minnesota
#6019, aired 2010-11-11COLLEGE RADIO $800: KRLX comes from C-A-R-leton College in this state Minnesota
#5975, aired 2010-07-30BIRTHQUAKES $2000: A big quake shook Turkey Aug. 17, 1949, the day this Minnesota pol was born; Al Franken shook him out of the Senate Norm Coleman
#5972, aired 2010-07-27FERROUS, BUELLER $800: Mesabi & Vermilion are historically rich iron ranges in this state Minnesota
#5967, aired 2010-07-20HELLO, DOLL-Y $800: Chrissa Maxwell, who moved to Minnesota to live with her grandmother, is the 2009 girl of the year in this line American Girl
#5966, aired 2010-07-19NAME THAT ELEMENT $1,000 (Daily Double): Its symbol is the same 2 letters as Minnesota's postal abbreviation manganese
#5954, aired 2010-07-01STATE YOUR BUSINESS $200: 3M: We'll only need one M, though Minnesota
#5949, aired 2010-06-24LET'S ALL GO TO THE LOBBY $600: While living at the Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, this pool great would hustle up opponents from the lobby Minnesota Fats
#5949, aired 2010-06-24STATE THE STATE OF THE GOVERNOR $1600: Tim Pawlenty Minnesota
#5923, aired 2010-05-19IN THE ARENA $1000: In other words, this home of the Minnesota Timberwolves could be called "the bull's eye" the Target Center
#5922, aired 2010-05-18McACTORS $600: Oh, yah, we loved her performance as Brainerd Minnesota's pregnant police chief, Marge Gunderson Frances McDormand
#5902, aired 2010-04-202009 MLB RECAP $1000: This team came from 7 games behind to catch the Tigers & beat them in a one-game playoff for the AL Central title the Minnesota Twins
#5878, aired 2010-03-17SPORTS STARS $800: At almost 40, this quarterback began his 19th year in the NFL with a new team--the Minnesota Vikings Brett Favre
#5867, aired 2010-03-02STATE OF PLAY $800: Timberwolves, Vikings, Wild Minnesota
#5861, aired 2010-02-22"NORTH"ERN GEOGRAPHY $1000: In 1876 the people of this Minnesota city, now home to Carleton College, foiled a raid by Jesse James & his cohorts Northfield
#5859, aired 2010-02-18OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $400: Minnesota's state butterfly is this one with bright orange & black wings a monarch
#5833, aired 2010-01-13CHEWING THE "FAT" $800: Better-known name of billiards master Rudolf Wanderone Minnesota Fats
#5832, aired 2010-01-12UNREAL ESTATE $400: 2-word name of the imaginary hometown of radio host Garrison Keillor, who grew up in Anoka, Minnesota Lake Wobegon
#5820, aired 2009-12-25LET'S VISIT AN AQUARIUM $400: The Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth, Minnesota is located on the waterfront of this Great Lake Superior
#5814, aired 2009-12-17THE FOLKSMEN $400: This "Freewheelin'" folkster was born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1941 Bob Dylan
#5797, aired 2009-11-24SCULPTURE $200: In 1953 sculptor William Zorach created the relief "Man and Work" for this Rochester, Minnesota clinic the Mayo Clinic
#5780, aired 2009-10-30DROP OUT $200: Known as "The Body", this pro wrestler-turned-governor dropped out of a Minnesota community college Jesse Ventura
#5779, aired 2009-10-29MOST POPULOUS CITY IN THE STATE $800: Minnesota Minneapolis
#5763, aired 2009-10-07OOPS IN SPORTS $1000: On "Reading to Succeed" night, this NBA home team's fans got a poster of a player in a "Woves" (not a "Wolves") jersey Minnesota Timberwolves
#5725, aired 2009-06-26STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI $800: Hubert Humphrey, Loni Anderson, Walter Mondale the University of Minnesota
#5714, aired 2009-06-11A SERIES OF FIELDS $1000: The Minnesota Twins have won 2 World Series championships at this enclosed home stadium the (Hubert Humphrey) Metrodome
#5701, aired 2009-05-25NATIVE AMERICAN PLACE NAMES $400: Laugh all you like but Hiawatha's wife in a poem by Longfellow was named for this Minnesota waterfall Minnehaha
#5696, aired 2009-05-18THE NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNISTS $1200: (I'm Gail Collins.) In 2008 I wrote that Dean Barkley did well in this state's Senate race with a basic platform of "1) Not crazy 2) Not Norm Coleman and 3) Not Al Franken" Minnesota
#5666, aired 2009-04-06LAKES $1200: Minnesota, Wisconsin & New York have lakes called this--the sound that follows is a hint Loon Lake
#5652, aired 2009-03-17USA TODAY $2000: They're the 2 states that seated only one senator each for the opening of the 111th Congress in 2009 Illinois & Minnesota
#5650, aired 2009-03-13BUSINESS LETTERS $800: The 3 Ms in the original name of 3M Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing
#5637, aired 2009-02-24AROUND THE WORLD $400: It begins in Lake Itasca in Minnesota & ends in the Gulf of Mexico the Mississippi River
#5633, aired 2009-02-18EAST & WEST $200: It's the state immediately to the east of North Dakota Minnesota
#5619, aired 2009-01-29THE PLAYER'S PRO TEAM $1000: Kirby Puckett the Minnesota Twins
#5617, aired 2009-01-27STATE THE SENATOR $1200: George McGovern South Dakota
#5606, aired 2009-01-12MY ACTING & POLITICAL RESUME $800: "The Running Man", "Predator", Governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura
#5590, aired 2008-12-19BYPASS $1600: You'll be dropping your line into a lake earlier if you take the Brainerd Bypass in this state Minnesota
#5534, aired 2008-10-02STATES BY COUNTIES $1600: Lake of the Woods, Red Lake, Lake Minnesota
#5510, aired 2008-07-18STATES' HIGHEST POINTS $800: Eagle Mountain, about 15 miles north of Lake Superior Minnesota
#5499, aired 2008-07-03PLAY BALL! $1200: In 2008 the Mets made this former Minnesota lefty baseball's best-paid pitcher Johan Santana
#5489, aired 2008-06-19A BUNCH OF STUFF $600: A tornado that struck Rochester, Minnesota in 1883 inspired 3 doctors with this last name to open a clinic Mayo
#5489, aired 2008-06-19A SPORTING CHANCE $1200: In 2008 Minnesota's final deadline for removing the shelters used in this activity was March 15 ice fishing
#5486, aired 2008-06-16COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: Senator Paul Wellstone once taught at Carleton College in Northfield in this state Minnesota
#5483, aired 2008-06-11SPORTS $2000: In 2000 an expansion team known as the Minnesota Wild joined this professional sports league the National Hockey League (NHL)
#5452, aired 2008-04-29BRANDED $1000: This cross-country skiing simulator wasn't invented in Scandinavia; it's from Minnesota NordicTrack
#5450, aired 2008-04-25U.S. COUNTIES $1,400 (Daily Double): Lake of the Woods County is this state's northernmost Minnesota
#5412, aired 2008-03-04COMMON BONDS $200: Gemini, Minnesota, Olsen twins
#5400, aired 2008-02-15STATE NICKNAMES $200: "The Beaver State" Oregon
#5400, aired 2008-02-15STATE NICKNAMES $800: "The Gopher State" Minnesota
#5399, aired 2008-02-14VICE PRESIDENTS $800: 2 Minnesotans have served as vice president: Hubert Humphrey & this man, Jimmy Carter's veep Walter Mondale
#5393, aired 2008-02-06GOVERNORS $400: In 1999 he wrestled his way into the Minnesota governor's office Jesse "The Body" Ventura
#5390, aired 2008-02-01MEDICAL SCHOOL $400: This renowned Minnesota institution opened its own med school in 1972 the Mayo Clinic
#5352, aired 2007-12-11THE COLOR PURPLE $1200: Defensive tackle Alan Page was part of the "purple people eaters" of this NFL team the Minnesota Vikings
#5340, aired 2007-11-23BRANDED $4,000 (Daily Double): A contest gave this butter from the Minnesota Cooperative Creameries Association its name Land O'Lakes
#5315, aired 2007-10-19BASEBALL FRANCHISE SHIFTS $1600: After the 1960 season, the Washington Senators left the capital & headed west, becoming this new team the Minnesota Twins
#5304, aired 2007-10-04SOMEWHERE $2000: Chisago is a county in this state, as is Itasca Minnesota
#5295, aired 2007-09-21CRUNCHING NUMBERS ROMAN STYLE $800: In Roman numerals the Minnesota company with brands like Post-it, Scotch & Filtrete gets this big value 3000
#5267, aired 2007-07-03FUN ACROSS AMERICA $400: If you're scuba-certified, you can swim with the sharks at the aquarium in this Minnesota shopping paradise the Mall of America
#5267, aired 2007-07-03U.S. GEOGRAPHIC DISTINCTIONS $800: Despite Minnesota's claim as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, this U.S. state has the most, with more than 3 million Alaska
#5256, aired 2007-06-18STATE BIRDS $200: The common loon lives on the water, so it's not surprising that it's the state bird of this "Land of 10,000 Lakes" Minnesota
#5243, aired 2007-05-30STATE SUPERLATIVES $800: Considered the healthiest state in 2006, it's also home to the Mayo Clinic Minnesota
#5207, aired 2007-04-10VICE PRESIDENTS $1200: He's the only vice-president who was born in Minnesota; nope...Humphrey was born in South Dakota (Walter) Mondale
#5185, aired 2007-03-09STADIUMS & ARENAS $800: It's home to the Minnesota Vikings & to the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers the Metrodome
#5167, aired 2007-02-13ELECTION 2006 $600 (Daily Double): African-American Keith Ellison of Minnesota is the 1st congressman of this faith, to which he converted at 19 Islam
#5158, aired 2007-01-31MINNESOTANS $400: In May 2005 the city of Hibbing honored him with a street sign named in his honor--how does it feel... Bob Dylan
#5158, aired 2007-01-31MINNESOTANS $800: Reportedly the richest man in the world when he died in 1976, he was born in Minneapolis in 1892 Jean Paul Getty
#5158, aired 2007-01-31MINNESOTANS $1200: He's the familiar National Public Radio personality heard here "That's the news from Lake Wobegon, where all the women are strong, all the men are good-looking, and all the children are above-average..." Garrison Keillor
#5158, aired 2007-01-31MINNESOTANS $1600: Every July on Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, a pageant is presented honoring this children's author Laura Ingalls Wilder
#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
#5151, aired 2007-01-22STATELY ARENAS $1000: Midwest Wireless Civic Center, Mayo Civic Center Minnesota
#5151, aired 2007-01-22STATELY ARENAS $2,000 (Daily Double): TD Banknorth Garden, Paul E. Tsongas Arena Massachusetts
#5134, aired 2006-12-28FARGO $3,600 (Daily Double): With this state's Moorhead, Fargo forms a metro area of about 180,000 Minnesota
#5126, aired 2006-12-18A SPELLING CATEGORY $800: (Here's a clip from 90210. Take a look.) On the show, Brenda & Brandon moved to Beverly Hills from this Midwestern state Minnesota
#5124, aired 2006-12-14INAPPROPRIATE TEAM NAMES $200: This NBA team name made sense when they were in Minnesota; they should now change their name to "The Smog" L.A. Lakers
#5122, aired 2006-12-12STATE THE STATE $1000: Aside from 3 West Coast states, it was the westernmost state of the lower 48 won by Kerry in 2004 Minnesota
#5102, aired 2006-11-14SEE "NN" $5,000 (Daily Double): 2 of the 4 states with "NN" in their names (2 of) Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, & Minnesota
#5086, aired 2006-10-23NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAYS $800: This state's Edge of the Wilderness byway takes you near more than 1,000 lakes Minnesota
#5075, aired 2006-10-06STATUES $800: Blue Earth, Minnesota has a definitely "giant" 55-foot statue of this pea-pusher from commercials the Green Giant
#5055, aired 2006-07-28THE FIRM $400: In 1950 the Minnesota Valley Canning Company changed its name to this 2-word one, after its "Jolly" brand Green Giant
#5043, aired 2006-07-1240 YEARS OF THE NEA $1200: Guy Noir knows the NEA gave early, critical funding to start this Minnesota Public Radio variety show A Prairie Home Companion
#5039, aired 2006-07-06AMERICAN TOWNS & CITIES $1000: This largest North Dakota city forms a metropolitan area with Moorhead, Minnesota Fargo
#5003, aired 2006-05-17ENDS IN "TH" $1200: This Minnesota city is the western terminus of the St. Lawrence Seaway Duluth
#4992, aired 2006-05-02CONTINENTAL GEOGRAPHY $400: The geographic center of North America is in this state that borders Canada North Dakota
#4981, aired 2006-04-17RIDE WITHOUT A LICENSE $1,000 (Daily Double): In 1980 2 Minnesota brothers formed a company to make these as an off-season hockey training device Rollerblades
#4963, aired 2006-03-22BORN TO RUN? $1600: This former Minnesota gov. ran unsuccessfully 9 times for the GOP presidential nomination (Harold) Stassen
#4953, aired 2006-03-08NFL HALL OF FAMERS BY NUMBER $800: A quarterback: Minnesota Vikings No. 10 Fran Tarkenton
#4949, aired 2006-03-02OF THE DOLLS $800: Kirsten, one the American Girl dolls, is a pioneer who immigrated to Minnesota from this country Sweden
#4940, aired 2006-02-17SMALLVILLE $200: Small cities in this state include Kinbrae (pop. 21) & Boy River (pop. 38); Minneapolis is much bigger Minnesota
#4939, aired 2006-02-16THE LARGEST U.S. STATE $1000: Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi Michigan
#4930, aired 2006-02-03MOUNTAIN $600: We wonder if Jesse Ventura has ventured to the top of Eagle Mountain, the highest point in this state Minnesota
#4911, aired 2006-01-09THE 1840s $2000: The U.S. gained ownership of this iron-rich range of Minnesota via the Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842 the Mesabi Range
#4900, aired 2005-12-23THE OFFICE $1200: This alphanumeric Fortune 500 company is headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota 3M
#4864, aired 2005-11-03COMPANY SYMBOLS $600: In the '20s the Minnesota Cooperative Creameries Assn. added an Indian maiden to this butter brand logo Land o' Lakes
#4863, aired 2005-11-02MOOSE-PODGE $800: This dimwit from Frostbite Falls, Minnesota also goes by the moniker Mr. Know-it-All Bullwinkle
#4861, aired 2005-10-31SPORTS LEGENDS $400: This "large" pool hustler wanted his epitaph to be "Beat everybody living on Earth. Now, St. Peter, rack 'em up" Minnesota Fats
#4852, aired 2005-10-18CAPITALS AT STATEHOOD $800: Guthrie Oklahoma
#4852, aired 2005-10-18THE GREAT & NEAR-GREAT $400: This Minnesotan ran for the 1968 Democratic nomination & ran in 1976 as an independent Eugene McCarthy
#4811, aired 2005-07-04STATE NICKNAMES $800: The "Land of 10,000 Lakes" Minnesota
#4806, aired 2005-06-27OFFICIAL STATE SEALS $400: Symbols on its seal include the North Star, a moose & a pine tree Maine
#4791, aired 2005-06-06IT AIN'T ME, BABE $200: I left Minnesota around the time I changed my name from Robert Allen Zimmerman to this (Bob) Dylan
#4787, aired 2005-05-31'ALLO, GOVERNOR! $1000: Karl F. Rulvagg, Floyd Bjornsterne Olson, Jacob Aall Ottesen Preus Minnesota
#4785, aired 2005-05-27THE NFL $2000: Daunte Culpepper has thrown more touchdown passes to this man than to any other Minnesota Viking receiver (Randy) Moss
#4765, aired 2005-04-29THE CIVIL WAR $200: The First Minnesota Infantry lost 82% of its men on July 2, 1863, during this battle Gettysburg
#4763, aired 2005-04-27TERMINATOR OF ENDEARMENT $400: This ex-governor of Minnesota rumbled in the jungle with Arnie in "Predator" Jesse Ventura
#4742, aired 2005-03-29U.S. CAPITALS OF THE WORLD $400: Austin, Minnesota, capital of this, has Hormel as its largest employer; Hormel makes 396 cans of it per minute Spam
#4741, aired 2005-03-28MINNESOTA $200: This "crazy" state bird is also called the Great Northern Diver a loon
#4741, aired 2005-03-28MINNESOTA $400: Home to a famous clinic, this city was named for a city in New York Rochester
#4741, aired 2005-03-28MINNESOTA $600: Minnesota leads the country in producing ore of this metal, most of it from taconite in the Mesabi Range Iron
#4741, aired 2005-03-28MINNESOTA $800: The bank the James-Younger Gang tried to rob on Sept. 7, 1876 now houses this city's Historical Society Museum Northfield Minnesota Raid
#4741, aired 2005-03-28MINNESOTA $1000: The northernmost point in the contiguous 48 states lies on the northwest angle in this U.S.-Canadian lake Lake of the Woods
#4708, aired 2005-02-09WHERE AM I? $1600: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from a field of a certain cereal crop.) I'm the area known by this agricultural name, stretching from Nebraska to Ohio, & Minnesota to Missouri the Corn Belt
#4702, aired 2005-02-01AT THE MALL $800: What started as Musicland in Minnesota is now the chain selling music, videos & games under this male name Sam Goody
#4698, aired 2005-01-26PARTYING LIKE IT WAS 1999 $1000: Born James Janos, he entered the body politic in '99 as governor of Minnesota (Jesse) Ventura
#4685, aired 2005-01-07MEDICAL CENTER $800: The city of Rochester in this state is home to the world-famous Mayo clinic Minnesota
#4683, aired 2005-01-05AMERICANA $1000: (Hi, I'm Gretchen Carlson of the CBS Saturday Early Show.) As a former Miss Minnesota, I know that the Minnesota state motto is "L'Etoile du Nord", or this "of the North" star
#4683, aired 2005-01-05LEGEND SAYS... $1200: Legend says while this famous animal was gallivanting, its footprints created Minnesota's 10,000 lakes Babe the Blue Ox
#4657, aired 2004-11-30THE CONTEST $3,000 (Daily Double): 1984 Walter Mondale got his 13 electoral votes by winning D.C. & this state Minnesota
#4644, aired 2004-11-11THEIR ALMA MATERS $1600: Radio's Garrison Keillor The University of Minnesota
#4640, aired 2004-11-06OFFICIAL STATE FOOD & DRINK $1200: A true delicacy, the morel is Minnesota's state one of these a mushroom
#4616, aired 2004-10-04SPORTS VENUES $1000: (I'm Moe Williams from the NFL.) The Minnesota Vikings play their home games in a domed stadium named for this former U.S. vice president Humphrey
#4614, aired 2004-09-30ALBUMS $2000: The song heard here kicks off "Let It Be" by these cult favorites from Minnesota "Meet me anyplace or anywhere or anytime..." The Replacements
#4612, aired 2004-09-28THE VEEP $1600: The nation's 42nd Vice President, he was born in Ceylon... Ceylon, Minnesota, that is (Walter) Mondale
#4605, aired 2004-09-17SPAM $800: Spam is a product of this Austin, Minnesota corporation known for its deli meats & chili Hormel
#4593, aired 2004-07-21STATE NICKNAME FUN $800: Minnesota may have gotten this nickname from a cartoon showing railroad organizers as tunneling mammals Gopher State
#4592, aired 2004-07-20AUTHORS $1200: When he died in 1951, his ashes were returned to Sauk Centre, Minnesota Sinclair Lewis
#4584, aired 2004-07-08THE 50 STATES $2000: Its largest inland lake is Lake Winnebago with an area of 215 square miles Wisconsin
#4569, aired 2004-06-17SCIENCE POTPOURRI $800: Founded in 1889 as St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota, today it's known as this the Mayo Clinic
#4568, aired 2004-06-16COOL PLACES TO GO $1600: The "Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run" is an annual event held in International Falls in this U.S. state Minnesota
#4540, aired 2004-05-07U.S. RIVERS $1600: The Falls of Saint Anthony stop this mighty river from being navigable north of St. Paul, Minnesota the Mississippi
#4529, aired 2004-04-22HOLY PLACE NAMES $400: You'll find Bethel College & Seminary in this "holy" Minnesota city St. Paul
#4519, aired 2004-04-08WALTER WORLD $2,800 (Daily Double): In 2002 he replaced the late Paul Wellstone in the Minnesota Senate race Walter Mondale
#4518, aired 2004-04-07"P" & "P" $600: If you want to produce your CD where Prince produces his, rent a studio here in Chanhassen, Minnesota Paisley Park
#4517, aired 2004-04-06GOPHER THE GUSTO $1000: Sinclair Lewis' "Main Street" takes place in Gopher Prairie in this state Minnesota
#4493, aired 2004-03-03YOU CAN'T $400: New thermometers containing this may not be sold in Minnesota mercury
#4482, aired 2004-02-17ASHTON KUTCHER $400: On the seventh of February in 1978, Ashton was born in Cedar Rapids in this state Iowa
#4479, aired 2004-02-12SPORTS MASCOTS $800: Seen here is the mascot for this Minnesota team the Timberwolves
#4471, aired 2004-02-02STATES' LOWEST POINTS $200: This Great Lake is Minnesota's lowest point at an elevation of 602 feet above sea level Lake Superior
#4463, aired 2004-01-21LET'S GO TO THE PARK $200: A state park near Little Falls, Minnesota honors this aviator whose boyhood home is now a museum there Charles Lindbergh
#4449, aired 2004-01-01THAT'S SUPERLATIVE $2000: Superlative in the name of a Minnesota-based retail electronics behemoth best (Best Buy)
#4407, aired 2003-11-04JESSE $400: Encarta mentions him in 3 articles, "Reform Party", "Minnesota" & "Professional Wrestling" Jesse Ventura
#4387, aired 2003-10-07BABES IN TOYLAND $2000: The second half of a place name in Minnesota is the source of the name of this toy truck brand Tonka
#4368, aired 2003-09-10HOME BOYS $600: Gophers Minnesota
#4364, aired 2003-07-17"W"HERE'S THAT? $1200: Once known as Montezuma, this Minnesota city was renamed to honor an Indian princess (not actress Ryder) Winona
#4363, aired 2003-07-161867 $1000: Minnesota farmer Oliver Kelley established this organization of American farmers as a social & educational group The Grange
#4356, aired 2003-07-07'BOUT 100 YEARS AGO $800: At the Minnesota State Fair in 1901 this vice president gave his "Speak Softly-Big Stick" speech Theodore Roosevelt
#4325, aired 2003-05-23ORGANIZATIONS $400: Many universities have this type of association; the U. of Minnesota's has over 50,000 members worldwide alumni association
#4306, aired 2003-04-28STATE: THE OBVIOUS $1200: The Mississippi River begins at Lake Itasca in this "M" state (not Mississippi) Minnesota
#4303, aired 2003-04-23HEIST-ERIA $2000: Every September residents of Northfield in this state reenact a 19th century bank robbery pulled by the James gang Minnesota
#4294, aired 2003-04-10BEFORE & AFTER $1600: Legendary large pool player who "Ain't Misbehavin'" in the world of jazz music Minnesota Fats Waller
#4294, aired 2003-04-10TREES $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Science Museum of Minnesota.) The Douglas fir, one of whose enormous trunks is seen here, belongs to this cone-bearing order of trees. conifers
#4274, aired 2003-03-13BITS & PIECES $1000: This state's lowest point, Big Stone Lake, lies about 100 miles east of Aberdeen on its border with Minnesota South Dakota
#4267, aired 2003-03-04LUMBERJACK TALK $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew in Minnesota) In 1884 lumberjacks on the Mississippi cleared a 7-mile one of these, which can also mean "a deadlock" logjam
#4267, aired 2003-03-04LUMBERJACK TALK $1200: (Sofia of the Clue Crew in Minnesota) The name of this type of saw means that the lumberjack is not going with the grain crosscut saw
#4267, aired 2003-03-04LUMBERJACK TALK $2000: (Sofia of the Clue Crew in Minnesota) "Don't look at your feet" is rule No. 1 from the American Association for this, a synonym of "logrolling" birling
#4263, aired 2003-02-26-OLOGIES $1600: (Sofia of the Clue Crew at the Science Museum of Minnesota) This device was once used in this discredited science of determining personality by reading the bumps on the skull phrenology
#4258, aired 2003-02-19THE CINEMA $1200: (Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin) Despite its title, this film takes place mostly in Minneapolis & Brainerd, Minnesota (you betcha) Fargo
#4251, aired 2003-02-10SCIENCE & NATURE $400: (Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Science Museum of Minnesota) As I increase the frequency, I decrease the distance between crests, which is called this wavelength
#4244, aired 2003-01-30WHERE AM I? $800: (Sofia of the Clue Crew) I'm in this state overlooking the Mississippi just upriver from where it joins the St. Croix Minnesota
#4243, aired 2003-01-29A WINDY CATEGORY $1000: (Video clip from the Science Center of Minnesota) It's believed that tornadoes begin with a rising current of warm air called this, which eventually starts rotating updraft
#4238, aired 2003-01-22SPORTS NAME SPELLING $2000: The Minnesota Timberwolves' Szczerbiak W-A-L-L-Y
#4225, aired 2003-01-03MEDICINE $400: He founded a clinic with his 2 sons & was active in organizing the Minnesota Territory in the 1850s & 1860s William Mayo
#4214, aired 2002-12-19GOING THROUGH THE MOTIONS $600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew at the Science Museum of Minnesota) Movement of the ocean floor can cause these fearsome waves with a Japanese name tsunamis
#4207, aired 2002-12-10ROCK AROUND AMERICA $2000: Gary Puckett was born in this Minnesota town where Bob Dylan grew up Hibbing
#4203, aired 2002-12-04COUNTIES $2000: Counties in this state include Jefferson, Shoshone & Twin Falls Idaho
#4176, aired 2002-10-28AMERICAN CITIES $400: This state capital lies on both banks of the Mississippi River at the confluence of the Minnesota River St. Paul
#4167, aired 2002-10-15HALLS OF FAME $1000: Eveleth, Minnesota & Toronto, Canada each have halls of fame devoted to this sport ice hockey
#4165, aired 2002-10-11STATELY REBUSES $600: A smaller than regular-sized carbonated soft drink Minnesota
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $800: This twin city is the capital of Minnesota St. Paul
#4132, aired 2002-07-16"IT"s $1000: In 1832 this Minnesota lake was established as the main source of the Mississippi River Lake Itasca
#4128, aired 2002-07-10FIX THE MALAPROP $400: "The Minnesota Twins play their home games at the Metronome" the Metrodome
#4119, aired 2002-06-27WOLF $600: By the mid-20th C. the few wolf populations left in the lower 48 were mainly in this state, home of the NBA's Timberwolves Minnesota
#4115, aired 2002-06-21STATE MOTTOES $800: On our northern border: "L'Étoile du Nord" ("The Star of the North") Minnesota
#4114, aired 2002-06-20STUPID ANSWERS $200: This common loon is Minnesota's state bird common loon
#4094, aired 2002-05-23SPORTS CHANNEL $800: In 2000 an expansion team known as the Minnesota Wild joined this professional sports league NHL
#4051, aired 2002-03-25CHURCH & STATE $700 (Daily Double): St. Olaf Lutheran, founded by Norwegians in 1867 Minnesota
#4040, aired 2002-03-08SPELLING BEE $200: This long river flows from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I
#4027, aired 2002-02-19AMERICAN AUTHORS $1600: Each July Sauk Centre, Minnesota has a week-long festival honoring this native son Sinclair Lewis
#4013, aired 2002-01-30"THOU" $800: Myriad means this number, so that means Minnesota is the land of a myriad of lakes ten thousand
#4009, aired 2002-01-24STATE CAPITALS $1000: It lies at the confluence of the Mississippi & Minnesota rivers St. Paul
#3992, aired 2002-01-01HEAD NORTH $800: Minot is a city in this state bordered by Minnesota & Montana North Dakota
#3970, aired 2001-11-30COMPANY HISTORIES $2000: In 1959 a company in this state got the rights to L'Ecran Magique, the Magic Writer, & renamed it the Etch-A-Sketch Ohio
#3931, aired 2001-10-08U.S. STATES $300: This state's name comes from the Sioux for "sky-tinted waters", which probably refers to its 10,000 lakes Minnesota
#3921, aired 2001-09-24U.S. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $200: MN Minnesota
#3920, aired 2001-09-21OUR FUNNY ACCENTS $400: Though Fargo is in North Dakota, the 1996 film "Fargo" featured the accent of this state Minnesota
#3914, aired 2001-09-13COLORFUL GEOGRAPHY $600: "Of the North" usually follows the name of this river that forms the border between Minnesota and North Dakota the Red River
#3913, aired 2001-09-12ELEMENT & STATE $800: Mn (MN) Manganese & Minnesota
#3907, aired 2001-09-04IN A FESTIVAL MOOD $600: In July Deer River, Minnesota remembers its Indian heritage with a festival of the "wild" type of this food rice
#3904, aired 2001-07-19BORDERLINE STATES $500: Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota Wisconsin
#3898, aired 2001-07-11HOLD THE MAYO CLINIC $200: The Mayo Clinic was started in Rochester in this state Minnesota
#3880, aired 2001-06-15STATELY FIRST NAMES $800: "Fast" Eddie Felson challenges this "stately" pool player in "The Hustler" Minnesota Fats
#3877, aired 2001-06-12TWO OF A KIND $400: When the Washington Senators Major League Baseball team relocated in 1961, they became this team Minnesota Twins
#3829, aired 2001-04-05BASEBALL HOME STADIUMS $200: The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome the Minnesota Twins
#3828, aired 2001-04-04HEADQUARTER CITIES $400: Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing St. Paul
#3816, aired 2001-03-19MOVIE SPORTSMEN $400: 1961: Jackie Gleason Minnesota Fats
#3812, aired 2001-03-13U.S. BODIES OF WATER $100: This state's lakes include Leech & Otter Tail, but no Lake Wobegon Minnesota
#3811, aired 2001-03-12THE PREZ SAYS $200: He was at the 1901 Minnesota state fair when he said, “There is a homely adage which runs, ‘Speak softly and carry a big stick’” Teddy Roosevelt
#3800, aired 2001-02-23ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? $400: (Hi, I'm Robert Smith, running back for the Minnesota Vikings.) In 1997 I set a team record for number of these in a season: 1,266 rushing yards
#3798, aired 2001-02-21SINGLE-NAMED CELEBRITIES $400: This Greek-born musician seen here has a psychology degree from the University of Minnesota Yanni
#3780, aired 2001-01-26BUTTER $200: Land O'Lakes butter got its start in this state in 1921 Minnesota
#3776, aired 2001-01-22"A" IN COLLEGE $800: It follows "Gustavus" in the name of a St. Peter, Minnesota school Adolphus
#3740, aired 2000-12-01NUTTY TV $400: Walnut Grove, Minnesota was the setting for this drama of the American West Little House on the Prairie
#3728, aired 2000-11-15THEY ATTENDED UW $600: He's passed for "astronomical" yardage quarterbacking Houston, Minnesota & Seattle Warren Moon
#3709, aired 2000-10-19AMERICA $800: A city named Beach is found in this landlocked U.S. state wedged between Montana & Minnesota North Dakota
#3705, aired 2000-10-13NFL HOME STADIUMS $400: Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Minnesota Vikings
#3689, aired 2000-09-21VICE PRESIDENTS $200: We'll bet this Minnesota senator was pleased as punch to accept the nomination as LBJ's running mate in 1964 Hubert Humphrey
#3645, aired 2000-06-09AMERICAN HISTORY $600: The only state Reagan didn't carry in 1984 was this one, Mondale's home state Minnesota
#3639, aired 2000-06-01GOVERNORS $400: The person heard here is the governor of this U.S. state: "I'm a 6'4", 250-pound ex-Navy SEAL, pro wrestler, radio personality..." Minnesota
#3632, aired 2000-05-23LICENSE PLATE MOTTOS $400: "10,000 Lakes" Minnesota
#3627, aired 2000-05-16STATE BORDERS $600: If you cross the St. Croix River from Wisconsin, you'll be in this state to the west Minnesota
#3610, aired 2000-04-21NOTABLE WOMEN $200: She was named for her birthplace: Winona, Minnesota Winona Ryder
#3606, aired 2000-04-17STATE OF THE UNION $200: More breakfast cereal is produced in this state's city of Battle Creek than any other place on Earth Michigan
#3598, aired 2000-04-05HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED $100: The famed rhyming signs of this shaving product first appeared on Highway 61 in Minnesota Burma Shave
#3597, aired 2000-04-04GRIDIRON GREATS $500: Alan Page of this team's Purple People Eaters defense is now a state supreme court justice the Minnesota Vikings
#3577, aired 2000-03-07U.S.A. $500: It may sound sappy, but St. Albans in this state is known for its maple festival Vermont
#3571, aired 2000-02-28U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: The name of this iron ore-producing range in Minnesota comes from an Indian word for "giant" Mesabi Range
#3559, aired 2000-02-10LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI $1000: The mighty Mississippi River begins as a stream out of this lake in northwestern Minnesota Lake Itasca
#3551, aired 2000-01-31POLITICIANS $200: This Minnesota governor's 1999 inaugural festivities included a potluck lunch on a farm Jesse Ventura
#3549, aired 2000-01-27WALTS-ING $300: This vice president was born in Ceylon -- Ceylon, Minnesota that is Walter Mondale
#3542, aired 2000-01-18WHAT'S UP, DOC? $200: In 1899, along with his 2 sons, he founded St. Marys's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota William Mayo
#3533, aired 2000-01-05IT'S MY PARTY $600: Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura Reform
#3532, aired 2000-01-04COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $100: This university's Twin Cities campus has one of the USA's largest enrollments with roughly 40,000 students University of Minnesota
#3523, aired 1999-12-22THE GREAT LAKES $300: Superior, Wisconsin & this Minnesota port lie at the western terminus of the Great Lakes Duluth
#3505, aired 1999-11-26"F" TROOP $600: (Hi, I'm Robert Smith, running back for the Minnesota Vikings) In the 1997 season, I set a team record of 352 consecutive carries without one of these Fumble
#3505, aired 1999-11-26BRANDED $200: This cross-country skiing simulator wasn't invented in Scandinavia; it's from Minnesota NordicTrack
#3502, aired 1999-11-23U.S. STATES $200: This state has more ethnic Norwegians than any other state, most of them in the Twin Cities area Minnesota
#3498, aired 1999-11-17ALL STARS $500: This Minnesota Twin inspired the Kirby Bear, a stuffed doll wearing his No. 34 jersey Kirby Puckett
#3487, aired 1999-11-02U.S. CITIES $300: After the Twin Cities & Bloomington, Duluth is this state's next most populous city Minnesota
#3482, aired 1999-10-26U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: This state's "Northwest Angle" lies in Lake of the Woods County north of the 49th parallel Minnesota
#3459, aired 1999-09-23LETTER PERFECT HOMOPHONES $200: An actor's signal or Minnesota Fats' stick cue
#3447, aired 1999-09-07ARE WE THERE YET? $400: A theme park in Brainerd, Minnesota welcomes you with a 26-foot-tall statue of this lumberjack Paul Bunyan
#3441, aired 1999-07-19SPORTS NICKNAMES $400: Better-known name of mammoth billiards master Rudolf Wanderone Minnesota Fats
#3431, aired 1999-07-05CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS $200: This state's 3rd district is a major shopping district; the Mall of America is there Minnesota
#3420, aired 1999-06-18STATE OBJECTS $500: The morel is Minnesota's state one of these Mushroom
#3419, aired 1999-06-17THE MIDWEST $200: When one says "Twin Cities", it's usually this Minnesota pair Minneapolis & St. Paul
#3411, aired 1999-06-07HISTORIC AMERICANS $800: This Minnesota senator ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1968 Eugene McCarthy
#3408, aired 1999-06-02LOGO LADIES $100: This Minnesota-based butter maker uses an Indian maiden as its trademark Land O'Lakes
#3406, aired 1999-05-31COLLEGES $800: The graduates of this Owatonna, Minnesota Baptist Bible college must be poppin' fresh (we couldn't resist the joke) Pillsbury
#3375, aired 1999-04-16BOBs & JEFFs $1,500 (Daily Double): 1979's "Gotta Serve Somebody" was this Minnesotan's last Top 40 single Bob Dylan
#3367, aired 1999-04-06OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $200: Minnesota's is the common loon state bird
#3358, aired 1999-03-24NO. 32 $400: On May 11, 1858 this "North Star" state became U.S. state No. 32 Minnesota
#3336, aired 1999-02-22WOLVES $400 (Daily Double): This U.S. state has more wolves than any other Alaska
#3333, aired 1999-02-17AMERICAN POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $200: MN Minnesota
#3326, aired 1999-02-08JIM DANDIES $400: Name shared by a Minnesota Twins pitcher & a "Sale Of The Century" host Jim Perry
#3316, aired 1999-01-25STATE FACTS $400: Most of North Dakota's border with this state is provided by the Red River of the North Minnesota
#3308, aired 1999-01-13U.S. CITIES $400: The name of this Minnesota city comes from an Indian word for "water" & the Greek word for "city" Minneapolis
#3272, aired 1998-11-24BIRTHPLACES $800: Famous sons of this Minnesota city where Bob Dylan grew up are Vincent Bugliosi & Roger Maris Hibbing
#3249, aired 1998-10-22THE SWINGIN' '60s $300: In 1968 hirsute volunteers got "Clean For Gene", this candidate from Minnesota Eugene McCarthy
#3242, aired 1998-10-13LAKES & RIVERS $500: This lake in Manitoba, Ontario & Minnesota is a remnant of an extinct glacial lake Lake of the Woods
#3225, aired 1998-09-18DR. BENJAMIN SPOCK $400: Reportedly, when Dr. Spock took a job at this clinic, his wife loathed the Minnesota winters The Mayo Clinic
#3204, aired 1998-07-02MOVING AROUND THE DIAL $1,000 (Daily Double): (Hi, I'm Ian Ziering) On "90210" the Walsh family moved to Beverly Hills from this state Minnesota
#3167, aired 1998-05-12COLLEGE MASCOTS $100: [the Golden Gophers] Minnesota
#3143, aired 1998-04-08NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC $500: For Minnesota State Fair, dairy princesses have their likenesses sculpted in this medium, seen here: Butter
#3135, aired 1998-03-27PEOPLE & PLACES $300: It isn't insulting to be called a gopher if you live in this "Gopher State" Minnesota
#3134, aired 1998-03-26LET'S GO SHOPPING $400: At Minnesota's Mall of America, take a break from shopping & ride the log chute named for this lumberjack Paul Bunyan
#3125, aired 1998-03-13U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: This Midwestern state's "Northwest Angle" is the northernmost point in the continental U.S. Minnesota
#3112, aired 1998-02-24WORD ORIGINS $200: This state's name is from the Sioux for "sky-tinted waters"; maybe they meant the 10,000 lakes Minnesota
#3110, aired 1998-02-20FILE UNDER "H" $800: Name shared by the mayor of Minneapolis in 1947 & the attorney general of Minnesota in 1997 Hubert Humphrey
#3093, aired 1998-01-28AMERICANA $800 (Daily Double): You'll find this author's boyhood home in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, 3 1/2 blocks west of Main Street Sinclair Lewis
#3086, aired 1998-01-19WINTER $800: In the winter the city of Bemidji in this state celebrates Brrr Midji Polar Days Minnesota
#3084, aired 1998-01-15MEDICAL HISTORY $1,500 (Daily Double): [Hi, I'm Thomas Calabro] The clinic named for these doctors began as part of St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota The Mayo Clinic
#3082, aired 1998-01-13YELLOW THINGS $300: They were invented in Minnesota in the 1970s & the "Jeopardy!" office couldn't run without them Post-it Notes
#3055, aired 1997-12-05U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: Coeur d'Alene Lake in this state is at the heart of a popular resort area Idaho
#3024, aired 1997-10-23UNREAL ESTATE $400: In Sinclair Lewis' "Main Street", Main Street is in the town of Gopher Prairie in this state Minnesota
#2992, aired 1997-09-09GIANTS $400: In 1950 the Minnesota Valley Canning Co. took a new name from this, its symbol The Jolly Green Giant
#2986, aired 1997-09-01O MINNESOTA! $200: In 1961 the Washington Senators moved to Bloomington & became this A.L. team Minnesota Twins
#2986, aired 1997-09-01O MINNESOTA! $400: A state nickname was derived from a cartoon in which railroad promoters were likened to these pesky rodents Gophers
#2986, aired 1997-09-01O MINNESOTA! $600: Minnesota's lowest point is 602 feet above sea level at the shore of this Great Lake Lake Superior
#2986, aired 1997-09-01O MINNESOTA! $800: A Duluth park named for this Norseman features a replica of the ship in which he sailed to America c. 1000 Leif Erickson
#2980, aired 1997-07-11AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $500: A town in Minnesota is named for this capital of Uruguay, its sister city Montevideo
#2964, aired 1997-06-19ANNUAL EVENTS $300: Each June Grand Rapids, Minnesota honors this "Wizard of Oz" star with a 4-day festival Judy Garland
#2959, aired 1997-06-12GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $400: In 1964 Walter Mondale was appointed to replace this man as U.S. Senator from Minnesota Hubert Humphrey
#2947, aired 1997-05-27GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $200: From 1960 to 1964 this future vice president served as Minnesota's attorney general Walter Mondale
#2943, aired 1997-05-21U.S. STATES $200: With over 15,000 lakes, its lowest point is naturally on a lake, Lake Superior Minnesota
#2918, aired 1997-04-16SHOPPING U.S.A. $500: The Mall of America in this state gets more tourists than the Grand Canyon & Disney World combined Minnesota
#2914, aired 1997-04-10BLACK AMERICANS $600: This former surgeon general interned at the University of Minnesota Hospital Joycelyn Elders
#2911, aired 1997-04-07STATE BIRDS $200: This "crazy" state bird of Minnesota is also called the great northern diver the loon
#2903, aired 1997-03-26SECOND-LARGEST U.S. CITIES $400: This second-largest city of Minnesota is the twin of the largest St. Paul
#2895, aired 1997-03-14ANNUAL EVENTS $400: An 1876 bank robbery attempt is reenacted during Defeat of Jesse James Days in Northfield in this state Minnesota
#2889, aired 1997-03-06U.S. CITIES $200: At least 3 1/2 miles of skyways link the downtown buildings of this Minnesota capital St. Paul
#2880, aired 1997-02-21FAMOUS AMERICANS $300: In 1948 he became the first Democrat elected to the Senate from Minnesota Hubert Humphrey
#2878, aired 1997-02-19LIBRARIES $800: This city is home to the Mayo Patient Health Education Library Rochester, Minnesota
#2878, aired 1997-02-19THE 1980s $400: In the 1984 Presidential election, he carried only the District of Columbia & Minnesota Mondale
#2866, aired 1997-02-03U.S. STATES $100: This state's port of Duluth greatly increased ocean traffic when the St. Lawrence Seaway opened in 1959 Minnesota
#2854, aired 1997-01-16LAKES $200: Leech Lake in Minnesota is the largest of this river's headwater lakes Mississippi River
#2846, aired 1997-01-06NATIONAL FORESTS $500: Minnesota's largest national forest shares its name with this Great Lake Superior
#2840, aired 1996-12-27SINCLAIR LEWIS $1000: In this, his hometown, he was known as Harry Lewis; Sinclair is his middle name Sauk Centre, Minnesota
#2835, aired 1996-12-20ANNUAL EVENTS $200: The Freeze Yer Gizzard Blizzard Run is part of Ice Box Days in International Falls in this state Minnesota
#2832, aired 1996-12-17MUSEUMS $500: This eastern Minnesota city is home to the Lake Superior Museum of Transportation Duluth
#2824, aired 1996-12-05LITERARY HODGEPODGE $100: This creator of "Lake Wobegon" grew up in Anoka, Minnesota Garrison Keillor
#2823, aired 1996-12-04U.S. CITIES $1000: This largest North Dakota city lies across the Red River of the North from Moorhead, Minnesota Fargo
#2800, aired 1996-11-01CRIME TIME $200: His brother Buck Barrow helped him & Bonnie Parker rob a Minnesota bank May 16, 1933 Clyde Barrow
#2798, aired 1996-10-30U.S. BODIES OF WATER $2,000 (Daily Double): From Rainy Lake to Lake of the Woods, the Rainy River provides this state's border with Canada Minnesota
#2779, aired 1996-10-03HAROLDRY $600: This Minnesotan unsuccessfully sought the GOP nomination 7 times between 1948 & 1980 (Harold) Stassen
#2778, aired 1996-10-02THE RANGE $1,000 (Daily Double): Continent on which youd find the Mesabi Range North America
#2767, aired 1996-09-17CORPORATE SYMBOLS $400: The Minnesota Valley Canning Company created this symbol that originally described its peas The Jolly Green Giant
#2767, aired 1996-09-17MINNESOTANS $100: He ran a mail-order watch company in Minneapolis before joining with Roebuck in Chicago Sears
#2767, aired 1996-09-17MINNESOTANS $200: Their Rochester clinic dates back to 1889 the Mayo Brothers
#2767, aired 1996-09-17MINNESOTANS $300: While a student at the University of Minnesota, Robert Zimmerman began to perform under this name Bob Dylan
#2767, aired 1996-09-17MINNESOTANS $500 (Daily Double): He was the last Minnesotan to serve as U.S. vice president Walter "Fritz" Mondale
#2767, aired 1996-09-17MINNESOTANS $500: This voluptuous brunette actress entered the world June 21, 1921 in Bemidji, Minnesota; "Cross My Heart" Jane Russell
#2762, aired 1996-09-10STATE CAPITALS $300: In 1838 Pierre "Pig's Eye" Parrant became the first settler in what is now this Minnesota capital St. Paul
#2749, aired 1996-07-11BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $200: 3M is headquartered in this state Minnesota
#2747, aired 1996-07-09THE MOVIES $300: Jackie Gleason received an Oscar nomination for playing Minnesota Fats in this 1961 film The Hustler
#2742, aired 1996-07-02U.S. LAKES $800: Lake of the Woods in Canada & this U.S. state is a remnant of Agassiz, an extinct glacial lake Minnesota
#2733, aired 1996-06-19"M" ON THE MAP $100: With a population of over 365,000, it's Minnesota's largest city Minneapolis
#2727, aired 1996-06-11STATE MOTTOES $400: Heavenly body mentioned in the mottoes of Kansas & Minnesota star
#2712, aired 1996-05-21U.S. CITIES $600: This Minnesota city was named for Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, who visited the area in 1679 Duluth
#2703, aired 1996-05-08STATE NICKNAMES $300: "The Gopher State" Minnesota
#2689, aired 1996-04-18LITERATURE $1000: Sinclair Lewis' novel "Main Street" is set in the town of Gopher Prairie in this state Minnesota
#2683, aired 1996-04-10DOCTOR $400: The University of Minnesota's graduate school of medicine is named for this family Mayo
#2625, aired 1996-01-19FOLKLORE $400: When the foot & hoof prints left by this pair filled with water, Minnesota's 10,000 lakes were formed Paul Bunyan & Babe
#2619, aired 1996-01-11THE MISSISSIPPI $200: The Minnesota River joins the Mississippi near these twin cities Minneapolis & St. Paul
#2558, aired 1995-10-18U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1000: This state's Mesabi Range has produced more iron ore than any other area in the U.S. Minnesota
#2550, aired 1995-10-06STATE CAPITALS $100: It's home to the University of Minnesota's College of Agriculture St. Paul
#2545, aired 1995-09-29THE 50 STATES $400: At 84,402 square miles, including the lakes, it's the largest north central state in area Minnesota
#2541, aired 1995-09-25AMERICAN LAKES $600: Winnebago is this Midwest state's largest lake Wisconsin
#2533, aired 1995-09-13SPORTS $300: This Minnesota NBA team made its debut in 1989 the Timberwolves
#2522, aired 1995-07-18AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $200: In jest it's been called "a state that has 10,000 lakes and 1,000 fish" Minnesota
#2474, aired 1995-05-11LIBRARIES $800: This Rochester, Minnesota clinic has its own medical library Mayo
#2411, aired 1995-02-13ODDS & ENDS $200: In 1950 the Minnesota Valley Canning Co. took its name after this advertising symbol—Ho ho ho! Green Giant
#2372, aired 1994-12-20NICKNAMES $600: Pool hustler Rudolf Walter Wanderone, Jr. was known by this "state"ly nickname Minnesota Fats
#2292, aired 1994-07-19ANNUAL EVENTS $800: International Falls in this state is the site of the annual Ice Box Days Winter Festival in January Minnesota
#2251, aired 1994-05-23MINNESOTANS $100: This creator of "Peanuts" was once a free-lance cartoonist for the St. Paul Pioneer Press Charles Schulz
#2251, aired 1994-05-23MINNESOTANS $200: This "Great Gatsby" author was related to a woman hanged in connection with Lincoln's assassination (F. Scott) Fitzgerald
#2251, aired 1994-05-23MINNESOTANS $300: This man, Chief Justice of the U.S. 1969-1986, graduated magna cum laude from St. Paul College of Law in 1931 (Warren) Burger
#2251, aired 1994-05-23MINNESOTANS $400: This oilman who founded a Malibu, California museum was born in Minneapolis in 1892 (John Paul) Getty
#2251, aired 1994-05-23MINNESOTANS $1,000 (Daily Double): in 1977 he was voted deputy president pro tem of the U.S. Senate, a position created for him (Hubert H.) Humphrey
#2245, aired 1994-05-13STATE ANIMALS $100: Crazy as it seems, it's Minnesota's state bird the loon
#2243, aired 1994-05-11COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $100: The University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus lies in these 2 cities St. Paul & Minneapolis
#2241, aired 1994-05-09TV SITCOMS $200: It's the sport Hayden Fox coaches at Minnesota State on "Coach" football
#2238, aired 1994-05-04TRAVEL U.S.A. $500: Of interest in & around this Minnesota city are the Mayo Clinic, Mayo Park & Mayowood Rochester
#2201, aired 1994-03-14THE 50 STATES $400: Rochester in this state is home to the largest private medical center in the world, the Mayo Clinic Minnesota
#2188, aired 1994-02-23IN THE BALLPARK $1000: A ball hitting the roof may remain in play in the Minnesota stadium named for this vice president Hubert H. Humphrey
#2188, aired 1994-02-23THE 50 STATES $100: About half of its population lives in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area Minnesota
#2150, aired 1993-12-31U.S.A. $300: For a couple of pucks...er, bucks, you can visit a U.S. Hall of Fame for this sport in Eveleth, Minnesota hockey
#2129, aired 1993-12-02COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: State university campuses in this state include Bemidji, Moorhead, and St. Cloud Minnesota
#2108, aired 1993-11-03LAND OF _____ $1000: A nickname for Minnesota, or the source of Hamm's beer The Land of Sky Blue Waters
#2010, aired 1993-05-07COLLEGE NICKNAMES $800: The Golden Gophers Minnesota
#1984, aired 1993-04-01STATE MOTTOES $700 (Daily Double): "The Star of the North" is not Alaska's motto but the motto of this northernmost of the lower 48 states Minnesota
#1983, aired 1993-03-31GIANTS $100: One legend says it was his ox' footprints that formed the 10,000 lakes in Minnesota Paul Bunyan
#1950, aired 1993-02-12THEATRES $400: In 1963 British director Tyrone Guthrie founded a theatre named for himself in this Minnesota city Minneapolis
#1948, aired 1993-02-10LIBRARIES $400: This city is the site of the Mayo Medical Library Rochester, Minnesota
#1895, aired 1992-11-27FOLK SINGERS $100: During a brief stint at the university of Minnesota, Robert Zimmerman began using this name Bob Dylan
#1862, aired 1992-10-13U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: At about 440 square miles, Red Lake is the largest of this state's "10,000 Lakes" Minnesota
#1839, aired 1992-09-10MAYORS $400: In 1945 Hubert Humphrey was elected mayor of this Minnesota city Minneapolis
#1839, aired 1992-09-10THE 50 STATES $800: Of the more than 8,500 lakes in this state, Winnebago is the largest Wisconsin
#1835, aired 1992-07-17ANNUAL EVENTS $1000: The Paul Bunyan Dog Sled Races are usually held in January in Bemidji in this state Minnesota
#1783, aired 1992-05-06VICE PRESIDENTS $400: Hubert Humphrey & Walter Mondale are the only 2 U.S. vice presidents from this state Minnesota
#1719, aired 1992-02-06AMUSEMENT PARKS $100: Babe the Blue Ox is among the exhibits at a Minnesota park honoring this lumberjack Paul Bunyan
#1700, aired 1992-01-10BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $1,000 (Daily Double): This cooperative, headquartered in Minnesota, makes about one-third of U.S. butter Land O'Lakes
#1660, aired 1991-11-15THE VIKINGS $3,000 (Daily Double): Now considered a fake, a stone with these Viking letters was found in 1898 in Kensington, Minnesota Runes/Runic letters
#1659, aired 1991-11-14FORESTS $600: This state's Chippewa & Superior National Forests contain many of its 10,000 lakes Minnesota
#1655, aired 1991-11-08BASEBALL $500: The 2 teams that won their divisions in 1991 after finishing last in 1990 Braves and Twins
#1655, aired 1991-11-08U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: This state borders two Canadian provinces: Manitoba & Saskatchewan North Dakota
#1636, aired 1991-10-14LIBRARIES $300: A large collection of medical works can be found in Rochester, Minnesota, at this clinic the Mayo Clinic
#1630, aired 1991-10-04THE 1830S $1000: In 1832 an expedition led by Henry Schoolcraft discovered the source of the Mississippi at this Minnesota lake Lake Itasca
#1627, aired 1991-10-01BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $200: The 3 Ms in 3M stand for this Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing
#1623, aired 1991-09-25U.S. STATES $500: About 60% of the iron ore in the U.S. comes from this state's Mesabi range Minnesota
#1617, aired 1991-09-17ANNUAL EVENTS $600: If you're into jogging, try the Freeze Your Gizzard Run in January in this state's Int'l Falls Minnesota
#1540, aired 1991-04-19U.S. CITIES $600: This state & its largest city both begin with "Mi" Minnesota
#1495, aired 1991-02-15ELECTION '90 $400: Brooklyn Park, Minnesota elected Jesse Ventura, a professional one of these, part-time mayor a professional wrestler
#1495, aired 1991-02-15STATE CAPITALS $100: Minneapolis is larger but this Twin City is Minnesota's capital St. Paul
#1472, aired 1991-01-15U.S. STATES $800: You can't see the falls for which International Falls in this state is named; they no longer exist Minnesota
#3, aired 1990-06-30FAMOUS POLITICIANS $800: This Minnesota congressman wrote the 1919 act that enforced prohibition Volstead
#3, aired 1990-06-30LAKES $1000: A part of Minnesota, the northernmost point in the lower 48 states, juts into this U.S.-Canadian lake Lake of the Woods
#1359, aired 1990-06-28POTPOURRI $100: This aviator's boyhood home is in Little Falls, Minnesota, though his spirit may be in St. Louis Charles Lindbergh
#1358, aired 1990-06-27BASEBALL $100: 1 of 3 Major League teams named for a state rather than a city (1 of) Minnesota Twins (or Texas Rangers & California Angels)
#1332, aired 1990-05-22"NORTH" $500: Robert Duvall portrayed Jesse James in this 1972 film about an 1876 bank robbery The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid
#1319, aired 1990-05-03TWINS $200: A Minnesota Twin could tell you this word is a synonym for twin bill Doubleheader
#1308, aired 1990-04-18THE MIDWEST $400: Minnesota city that's home to the world famous Mayo Clinic Rochester
#1291, aired 1990-03-26BASEBALL $400: In 1961 owner Calvin Griffith moved this team to Minneapolis where it became the Minnesota Twins Washington Senators
#1290, aired 1990-03-23GOVERNMENT $200: Incumbent David Durenberger defeated Hubert Humphrey III in this state's 1988 Senate race Minnesota
#1289, aired 1990-03-22THE 50 STATES $600: Each December the Paul Bunyan Sled Dog Races are held in Bemidji in this northern state Minnesota
#1279, aired 1990-03-08U.S.A. $1000: 1 of the largest lakes in Minnesota, its name begins with the same 5 letters as Minnesota Lake Minnetonka
#1261, aired 1990-02-12SPORTS $500: 1 of 2 Major League Baseball teams whose home stadium has a retractable roof Montreal Expos or Toronto Blue Jays
#1247, aired 1990-01-23MINNESOTA $100: This city was named after Daniel Greysolon, who was also known as Sieur du Lhut Duluth
#1247, aired 1990-01-23MINNESOTA $200: About 10,000 years ago this dug out the 10,000 lakes the glacier
#1247, aired 1990-01-23MINNESOTA $300: Both the cities of Bemidji & Brainerd have statues honoring this ox Babe the Blue Ox
#1247, aired 1990-01-23MINNESOTA $400: With this as the state nickname, Fred Grandy should have been a representative from Minnesota "The Gopher State"
#1247, aired 1990-01-23MINNESOTA $500: This St. Paul co. began by mining corundum, then making sandpaper & masking tape 3M
#1214, aired 1989-12-07U.S. CITIES $400: In 1805 Zebulon Pike bought land from the Sioux that's now this Minnesota capital Saint Paul
#1200, aired 1989-11-17LITERATURE $800: Some of the stories & poems in "We Are Still Married" reflect on this author's life in Minnesota Garrison Keillor
#1175, aired 1989-10-13STATE NICKNAMES $1,000 (Daily Double): This state's nickname consists of a verb & a pronoun Missouri ("The Show-Me State")
#1084, aired 1989-04-27QUOTES $800: Famous adage Theodore Roosevelt told the crowd at the Minnesota state fair September 2, 1901 Speak softly and carry a big stick
#1065, aired 1989-03-31U.S. STATES $1,200 (Daily Double): 2 of the 3 states that touch both the Mississippi River & a Great Lake Minnesota & Illinois
#1037, aired 1989-02-21BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $200: This Minnesota co. known for encouraging employees' ideas, develops about 200 new products a year 3M
#1019, aired 1989-01-26SOFTBALL $100: In 1900 the 1st softball league was organized in this largest Minnesota city Minneapolis
#1018, aired 1989-01-25MINNESOTA $100: You can wade across this mighty river where it's not so mighty at Lake Itasca, its source Mississippi River
#1018, aired 1989-01-25MINNESOTA $200: The land that is now Minnesota became part of the U.S. as a result of this sale Louisiana Purchase
#1018, aired 1989-01-25MINNESOTA $300: At the largest family-owned brewery in the U.S., you can see how they make this fire-brewed beer Stroh's
#1018, aired 1989-01-25MINNESOTA $400: The 1st Europeans to arrive in Minnesota were explorers from this country France
#1018, aired 1989-01-25MINNESOTA $500: In 1982 this regional theater known for its repertory company was awarded a Tony (Tyrone) Guthrie Theater
#951, aired 1988-10-24THE SUPER BOWL $500: With 4 defeats, this NFC Central Division team has lost more Super Bowls than any other Minnesota Vikings
#898, aired 1988-06-29THE OLD WEST $500: Bob Younger blamed himself for his gang's capture after the botched Northfield hold-up in this state Minnesota
#880, aired 1988-06-03U.S. CITIES $1000: 5th largest city in Minnesota, it's named for the 3rd largest in New York Rochester
#870, aired 1988-05-20U.S. STATES $1,000 (Daily Double): Before 1959, a piece of this central state was the northernmost point in the U.S. Minnesota
#842, aired 1988-04-12U.S. STATES $200: The capital of this state is named after Helena, Minnesota Montana
#810, aired 1988-02-26THE MISSISSIPPI $300: Only Major League baseball team named for a state that lies on both sides of the Mississippi Minnesota Twins
#787, aired 1988-01-26"BACK" IN SPORTS $500: What Minnesota Fats put on a cue ball to stop it dead after hitting another ball backspin
#769, aired 1987-12-31U.S. CITIES $400: In 1889, the Sisters of St. Francis built a hospital for Dr. Wm. Mayo to administer in this city Rochester, Minnesota
#713, aired 1987-10-14F. SCOTT FITZGERALD $100: Though associated with the East, Fitzgerald was born in this city, capital of Minnesota St. Paul
#620, aired 1987-04-24LAKES & RIVERS $1,500 (Daily Double): Lake of the Woods separates northernmost point in the lower 48 states from the rest of this state Minnesota
#545, aired 1987-01-09SPORT SHIFTS $800: 1 of 2 current Major League Baseball teams that were formerly "The Washington Senators" Minnesota Twins (& the Texas Rangers)
#538, aired 1986-12-31VICE-PRESIDENTS $300: Later vice president, he 1st visited the capital while leading Boy Scouts from Minnesota Hubert Humphrey
#482, aired 1986-10-14ROMANIA $300: Of Minn., Mo., or La., the U.S. state sharing same geographic latitude as Romania Minnesota
#459, aired 1986-09-11SPORTS STADIUMS $600: The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome was built to keep this NFL team from moving to warmer climes the Minnesota Vikings
#272, aired 1985-09-24ELECTIONS $200: He was the 1st Democrat ever elected to the Senate from Minnesota Hubert Humphrey
#160, aired 1985-04-19STATE CAPITALS $400: "Pig's Eye" was 1st name of Minnesota capital until a church was built there, dedicated to him St. Paul
#126, aired 1985-03-04U.S. GEOGRAPHY $100: State whose license plate reads "Land of 10,000 Lakes" Minnesota
#77, aired 1984-12-25"STATE" NAMES $800: Champ whom Eddie Felson hustled in "The Hustler" Minnesota Fats
#64, aired 1984-12-06U.S. CITIES $600: Via St. Lawrence Seaway, ships from Europe can reach this largest Minnesota port Duluth
#59, aired 1984-11-29SAINTLY CITIES $100: Minneapolis' "twin", it's capital of Minnesota St. Paul
#20, aired 1984-10-05SPORTS SHIFTS $600: Minnesota's, not L.A.'s terrain gave this basketball team its aquatic name the Lakers
#20, aired 1984-10-05STATE CAPITALS $500 (Daily Double): Only state capital named for a biblical figure St. Paul, Minnesota
#13, aired 1984-09-26BASEBALL $2,000 (Daily Double): 1 of 3 Major League Baseball teams with state rather than city names (1 of) California Angels, Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (31 results returned)

#8221, aired 2020-05-25U.S. GEOGRAPHY: Touching Canada at Boundary County, the northern part of this state's Panhandle has been referred to as "The Chimney" Idaho
#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
#7295, aired 2016-05-06AUTHORS: She wrote in her journal in 1867 that a publisher "asked me to write a girls book. Said I'd try." Louisa May Alcott
#7185, aired 2015-12-04RELIGION IN AMERICA: The Dakotas & Minnesota are the 3 states with the largest % of residents identifying as this denomination Lutherans
#7150, aired 2015-10-16BASEBALL TEAMS: When translated, the full name of this Major League Baseball team gets you a double redundancy the Los Angeles Angels
#6998, aired 2015-02-04STATE FLAGS: It is mentioned in the motto on Minnesota's flag & is depicted on Alaska's the North Star
#6813, aired 2014-04-09AROUND THE USA: The Mayo Clinic Mile is a walking path that features 1 mile, 5K & 10K routes within this structure the Mall of America
#6492, aired 2012-12-04AMERICAN ICONS: He has a Medal of Freedom, a Pulitzer Citation & membership in the Rock & Roll & Minnesota Music Halls of Fame Bob Dylan
#5920, aired 2010-05-14THE 50 STATES: It's the only state from which rainwater flows to the Pacific, the Atlantic & Hudson Bay Montana
#5347, aired 2007-12-04U.S. POLITICS: Since 1960, only Massachusetts & this state have produced more than one of the 10 Democratic presidential nominees Minnesota (Hubert Humphrey & Walter Mondale)
#5274, aired 2007-07-12NOVELISTS: His later works include 1949's "The God-Seeker", about a missionary in his own native Minnesota Sinclair Lewis
#5166, aired 2007-02-12STATE NAMES: The name of this state is derived from an Indian word meaning "great lake" Michigan
#5043, aired 2006-07-12PRO FOOTBALL GEOGRAPHY: Of all the U.S. states with 2 current NFL teams, it’s the only state the Mississippi River touches Missouri
#4871, aired 2005-11-14AMERICAN DESIGN: A Phillips 66 in Cloquet, Minnesota is the only functioning gas station designed by this man Frank Lloyd Wright
#4665, aired 2004-12-10STATE MOTTOES: 2 of the 5 states whose mottoes aren't in English or Latin (2 of) Hawaii, Washington, Montana, Minnesota, or California
#4503, aired 2004-03-17STATE FACTS: Among the inventions to come from this state are Bisquick, Rollerblades & Post-It Notes Minnesota
#4170, aired 2002-10-18U.S. GEOGRAPHY: It's the westernmost state to border any of the Great Lakes Minnesota
#4143, aired 2002-09-11BASEBALL: It's the only team to win World Series titles in 3 different cities for which it played the Braves (Boston, Milwaukee & Atlanta)
#3971, aired 2001-12-03FICTIONAL PLACES: The creator of this Minnesota town says its name is Ojibwa for "Place where we waited all day for you in the rain" Lake Wobegon
#3710, aired 2000-10-20COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: It was founded in 1851 to serve the territory that included Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois & part of Minnesota Northwestern
#3483, aired 1999-10-27HOCKEY TEAMS: This National Hockey League team regularly practices for fans at the world's largest mall Edmonton Oilers
#1498, aired 1991-02-20U.S. CITIES: Tho not founded until 1791, this city has the most historic places listed in the National Register Washington, D.C.
#1311, aired 1990-04-23STATE CAPITALS: This city was named for a first century Roman citizen & missionary St. Paul, Minnesota
#1130, aired 1989-06-30CORPORATE AMERICA: This company began in 1914, transporting passengers in Minnesota between Alice & Hibbing Greyhound
#1064, aired 1989-03-30BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: Headquartered near St. Paul, this company churns out the top-selling brand of butter in the U.S. Land O Lakes
#1014, aired 1989-01-19FAMOUS NAMES: His father, whose first & middle names were also Charles Augustus, was a Minnesota congressman Charles Lindbergh
#979, aired 1988-12-01STATE CAPITALS: The 2 state capitals located on the Mississippi River St. Paul, Minnesota & Baton Rouge, Louisiana
#792, aired 1988-02-02THE 50 STATES: 5-digit number found on all current Minnesota auto license plates 10,000 (for Minnesota, "The Land of 10,000 Lakes")
#789, aired 1988-01-28STATE CAPITALS: 1 of 2 letters that begins the names of 6 state capitals, more than any other C or S
#717, aired 1987-10-20THE 50 STATES: Though it touches no ocean, this state has 1 of the 10 longest shorelines in the U.S. Michigan
#66, aired 1984-12-10U.S. GEOGRAPHY: The 2 states on both sides of the Mississippi Louisiana and Minnesota

Players (182 results returned)

Jennifer Harriss, a community counselor from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 21 player (2004-10-25). KJL game 59.
Ryan Cook, a graduate student originally from Eveleth, Minnesota Season 21 player (2004-11-06). KJL game 68.
Dave Oosterhuis, a graduate student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 21 player (2004-11-09). KJL game 70. Last name pronounced like "OH-ster-hice".
David Hankins, a college student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 21 player (2004-11-30). David won $100,000 on Who Wants to...
Mia Hasouris, an apherisis recruiter and graduate student from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 21 player (2005-01-03).
Bruce Simmons, a graduate student from Minneapolis, Minnesota 1992 Tournament of Champions 1st runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $10,000. Season 8 4-time champion: $63,599.
Mike Dugan, a first-year law student from Lauderdale, Minnesota Season 17 player (2000-10-31).
Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1988 Tournament...
Russ Schumacher, a graduate student and newlywed from Fort Collins, Colorado "He won the most recent Tournament of Champions. A graduate student...
April McManus, a homemaker from Hertfordshire, England "A high school senior from Minnesota when she won the 1992...
Steven Popper, an economist from Topanga, California "A winner of 5 shows in 1988, he has since founded...
Brian Weikle, a consultant from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Nifty Nine (players with byes into...
April McManus, a bookstore clerk and 1992 Teen Tournament champion originally from Woodbury, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Elite Eighteen (Round 2 winners) member:...
April McManus, a senior from Woodbury, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Elite Eighteen (Round 2 winners) member:...
Myron Meyer, a scheduling coordinator from Owatonna, Minnesota Season 19 1-time champion: $50,000 + $1,000. In his first game...
Corinth Matéra, a high school English teacher from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 21 player (2005-06-09).
Jennifer Weiner, an underwriting manager from Chanhassen, Minnesota Season 21 player (2005-07-04).
Karen Arciero, a sales manager from Mounds View, Minnesota Season 21 player (2005-07-15).
Keith Pickering, a programmer and analyst from Watertown, Minnesota Season 6 player (1990-03-05).
Tisa Lawless, a pathologist's assistant from Long Lake, Minnesota Season 12 player (1996-03-22).
Glenda Niemiec, a payroll specialist from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 22 player (2005-12-02). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Gramma Glenda
Mary Keefe, a waitress from Edina, Minnesota Season 22 player (2006-01-11). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Autumn
George Soule, a teacher from Northfield, Minnesota "A teacher and winner of last year's Senior Tournament, George Soule,...
Jeff Pilgreen, a waiter from Woodbury, Minnesota Season 13 1-time champion: $15,199.
Lisa Newell, a customer service representative from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 13 player (1997-05-27).
Eric Heaton, a software engineer originally from St. Cloud, Minnesota Season 22 player (2006-03-20).
Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Nifty Nine (players with byes into...
Cindy Olson, a dermatologist from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-07-05).
Mike Blumenfeld, a network administrator from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2000 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 16 5-time champion: $44,400...
Joseph Crippen, a Lutheran pastor from Northfield, Minnesota Season 16 1-time champion: $19,601.
Bob Hansen, a proofreader from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 3 player (1987-04-23).
Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Nifty Nine (players with byes into...
Carl Swanson, a medical office assistant from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 23 player (2006-11-23).
Roger Bauman, a financial analyst from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 13 2-time champion: $19,999.
Christian Ruud, a judicial law clerk from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 23 player (2006-12-19).
John Becker, a publications editor from Oakdale, Minnesota Season 17 player (2001-04-09).
Alan Husby, a teacher from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 23 1-time champion: $20,000 + $1,000.
Susan Stowe, a travel agent from Plymouth, Minnesota Season 5 player (1989-05-29).
Nate Metcalf, an actor and playwright from Cokato, Minnesota Season 23 1-time champion: $22,438 + $2,000. According to the official...
Heidi Liu, a senior from Plymouth, Minnesota 2007 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Jim Waldo, a consultant from Medina, Minnesota Season 23 player (2007-02-27).
Tom Gort, a prosecutor from Winona, Minnesota Season 23 player (2007-03-13).
Susan Herder, a science teacher from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 23 2-time champion: $33,202 + $1,000. Susan won $1,000 on...
Misha Dashevsky, a grocery clerk from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 23 player (2007-04-25).
Melissa Gaul, a quality assurance manager from Shoreview, Minnesota Season 17 player (2000-09-21). Melissa returned about 6 months after her...
Eric Hillemann, a college archivist from Northfield, Minnesota Season 17 1-time champion: $20,700.
Marta Bowman, a sales assistant from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 23 player (2007-06-08). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: SwedeGirl
Aiden Pink, a freshman from St. Louis Park, Minnesota 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games semifinalist: $10,000. 15 at the time...
Melissa Gaul, a quality manager from Shoreview, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-03-20). Melissa returned in Season 17, about 6...
Bob Lahr, a franchise owner from St. Cloud, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-04-03).
Joanne Platt, a waitress from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 24 2-time champion: $6,999 + $1,000. Won $16,000 on Who...
Mike Blumenfeld, a network administrator from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2000 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 16 5-time champion: $44,400...
Erich Steinbergs, an entrepreneur from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-04-17).
Kate Lowe, an Internet copywriter from Shoreview, Minnesota Season 16 1-time champion: $7,001.
Mark Chapman, a cook from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-06-09).
Camille Brovold, a bank trust officer from Eagan, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-06-12).
Glen Stevens, an assistant principal from Cottage Grove, Minnesota Season 16 1-time champion: $2,300.
Kate Swenson, a law student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 24 2-time champion: $28,001 + $2,000.
Erin Holm, a new learner experience coordinator from St. Anthony, Minnesota Season 24 player (2007-12-17).
Michael Levin, an actor & writer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 17 player (2000-12-19).
Tom Hoover, a student dentist from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 17 player (2001-01-18).
Jean Doolittle, a tech trainer from Ham Lake, Minnesota Season 24 player (2008-01-21).
Ellen Lucast, a graduate student and radio deejay from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 24 player (2008-04-03).
Ryan Thiel, a sign language interpreter from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 15 3-time champion: $34,702.
Meredith Johnson, a senior from University of Minnesota 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Attended the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities...
Alyssa Hesse, a waitress originally from Hastings, Minnesota Season 24 player (2008-06-23).
Gretchen Carlson, a journalist from the CBS Saturday Early Show "Since winning the 1989 Miss America crown, she's built an extensive...
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...
Rebecca Molloy, an attorney from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 25 player (2008-09-24).
Mark Raabe, an IT director from Coon Rapids, Minnesota Season 25 player (2008-09-25). Last name pronounced like "RAH-bee".
Neil Alsip, a writer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 19 player (2003-03-28).
Collette Ryder-Consugar, a grant specialist from Rochester, Minnesota Season 19 player (2003-02-25).
Brian Hayes, an attorney from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 19 player (2003-01-30).
Michele Lee Amundsen, a freelance editor and writer originally from Rochester, Minnesota Season 25 player (2009-01-19).
Fred Beukema, a structural engineer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 25 3-time champion: $69,401 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Joe Pieper, a research engineer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 25 player (2009-04-17). Last name pronounced like "PEE-per".
Erica Greil, a junior from Princeton University 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 22 and from Hastings, Minnesota at...
A.J. Schumacher, a radio show production intern from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 25 1-time champion: $10,800 + $2,000. AJ Schumacher Saint Paul,...
Sam Daub, an eleven-year-old from Eden Prairie, Minnesota "And he finds video games enticing and has made a fantasy...
Emily Heaney, a freelance costume designer from White Bear Lake, Minnesota Season 25 1-time champion: $2,200 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Kathleen O'Day, a home decor product manager from Oakdale, Minnesota Season 25 player (2009-07-10).
Derek Schaible, an 11-year-old from St. Paul, Minnesota "Stress? This future air traffic controller eats it up..." 2000 Back...
Gary Bechtold, a garage door company owner from St. Cloud, Minnesota Season 26 3-time champion: $42,001 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Josh Forsythe, a radio frequency engineer from Mankato, Minnesota Season 26 player (2009-10-02). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: jforsythe
Ryan Chaffee, a tutor from Los Angeles, California 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $91,900...
Danny Vopava, a sophomore from the University of Wisconsin–River Falls 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: New Brighton, Minnesota. [No contestant...
Samira Missaghi, a junior from the University of Minnesota 2010-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Eden Prarie, Minnesota. Samira...
Nick Yozamp, a junior from Washington University in St. Louis 2010 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-A College Championship winner:...
Mayank Keshaviah, an SAT teacher originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 26 player (2010-02-17). Mayank appeared on Master Minds on 2020-05-12....
Ryan Chaffee, a tutor from Los Angeles, California 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $91,900...
Nick Yozamp, a biology student from St. Cloud, Minnesota 2010 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-A College Championship winner:...
Gordon Purcell, a comic book artist from Plymouth, Minnesota Season 26 player (2010-05-24). Won $50,000 on Who Wants to Be...
Katie Ganfield, a mom from St. Cloud, Minnesota Season 27 player (2010-09-15).
Marisa Tam, an archives assistant from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 27 player (2010-09-20).
Julia Carlis, a librarian from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 27 player (2010-12-20).
Sarah Olson, a chemist from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 27 player (2011-01-13).
Lisa Bloomberg, a medical student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 27 2-time champion: $55,000 + $2,000.
Sam Meyer, a graduate student of Middle Eastern studies originally from St. Joseph, Minnesota Season 27 2-time champion: $45,377 + $1,000.
Matt Douma, a standardized test scorer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 28 2-time champion: $54,100 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "DOO-ma".
Kirby Burnett, a poker dealer from Prior Lake, Minnesota Season 28 2-time champion: $57,800 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "burn-ETT".
Charlie Rooney, a sophomore at Loyola University Chicago from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2012 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 at the time of the College Championship.
Kathryn Wendling, a high school social studies teacher from Farmington, Minnesota "Her high school newspaper predicted she would be on Jeopardy! From...
Amy Ketterling, an administrative assistant from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 28 player (2012-04-10).
Doug Zang, an environmental consultant from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 13 2-time champion: $16,398.
Thomas L. Friedman, an author and foreign affairs columnist from The New York Times "He has won three Pulitzer Prizes and authored six best sellers,...
Beth Youngers, a swim coach from Rochester, Minnesota Season 29 player (2012-11-26).
Lila Anderson, a junior from Minnetonka, Minnesota 2013 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the...
Joe Vertnik, a senior from Mound, Minnesota 2013 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 17 at the time of...
Drew Horwood, a business analyst from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 29 8-time champion: $138,100 + $1,000. JBoard user name: RunDMH
Eric Nelson, a teacher and small business owner from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 29 player (2013-04-05).
Judy Arginteanu, a freelance writer and editor from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 29 2-time champion: $28,300 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like "ar-jin-tee-AH-noo".
Colleen Yarnell, a homemaker originally from Minnesota Season 3 player (1986-11-03).
Sandi Engquist, a college bookstore clerk from Minneapolis, Minnesota 1993 Seniors Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Mike Lewis, a systems engineer from Bloomington, Minnesota Season 29 4-time champion: $102,800 + $2,000. Mike was the alternate...
Timothy Youker, a theater scholar from Chanhassen, Minnesota Season 29 player (2013-07-24). Last name pronounced like "YOO-ker".
Tim Casey, a graphic artist from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 3 X-time champion: $X.
Kathy Johnson, a restaurant manager from Minnetonka, Minnesota Season 30 player (2013-10-02).
Sarah Orman, a travel planner from Shoreview, Minnesota Season 30 player (2013-11-07).
Tahne Aarnes, a business intelligence consultant from Chaska, Minnesota Season 30 player (2013-12-05). Name pronounced like "TAH-nay AR-nez".
Jenna Johnson, a law student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 30 player (2013-12-19).
Joe Morse, a Coast Guard helicopter mechanic originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 30 1-time champion: $24,400 + $1,000.
Alana Norton, a furniture store manager from Woodbury, Minnesota Season 30 game (2014-06-25).
Pete Gittens, a stay-at-home dad and bartender from Brownsville, Minnesota Season 30 player (2014-07-10).
Anna Lawrence, a commercial insurance broker from Duluth, Minnesota Season 30 player (2014-07-15).
Tom Gazzola, an assistant headmaster originally from North Mankato, Minnesota Season 4 player (1988-02-26).
Greg Giles, an actor from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 16 player (2000-05-29).
Markee Bourget, a housewife from West Saint Paul, Minnesota 1989 Senior Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Chris Soth, a small business owner originally from Northfield, Minnesota Season 17 player (2001-07-06).
Micah Morken, a graduate student originally from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 20 2-time champion: $38,400 + $1,000.
Drew Horwood, a law student originally from Maple Grove, Minnesota 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 29 8-time champion: $138,100 + $1,000. JBoard user name: RunDMH
Dan Sadoff, a veternarian from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 6 player (1990-05-28): a trip to Orlando and cruise.
Joel Stjernholm, a student and emergency room scribe from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 31 player (2014-11-26). Last name pronounced like "STERN-holm".
Dana Bacon, a senior from Leader, Minnesota 1991 Teen Tournament 1st runner-up: $17,400
Erin Rhode, a software engineer originally from Plymouth, Minnesota Season 31 player (2015-01-21). Last name pronounced like "ROH-dee".
Masao Okazaki, a physician originally from Rochester, Minnesota Season 6 player (1989-10-11).
Shane Pederson, a statistician originally from Fulda, Minnesota Season 7 3-time champion: $18,100.
Bruce Simmons, a grad student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 8 4-time champion: $63,599.
Cam Hoang, an attorney from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 32 player (2015-09-29). Last name pronounced like "HWANG".
Bob DiGiusto, a postal clerk from Roseville, Minnesota Season 13 player (1996-10-09). Bob won $64,000 on Who Wants to...
Bob Kitson, an account represenative from Richfield, Minnesota Season 10 player (1994-01-24).
Lonny Gulden, a sales manager from Eden Prairie, Minnesota Season 1 player (1985-03-25).
Ted Johnson, a job seeker from Shoreview, Minnesota Season 32 player (2015-12-22). Ted appeared on Master Minds on 2020-05-04....
Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1988 Tournament...
Katrina Mundinger, a musician from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 32 2-time champion: $22,000 + $2,000.
Lindsey Ziegler, a project coordinator from Crystal, Minnesota Season 32 player (2016-04-19).
Peter Buchholz, a 6th grade U.S. history and language arts teacher from Minneapolis, Minnesota 2016 Teachers Tournament semifinalist: $10,000 + a $2,500 education grant to...
Peter Knopp, a research and development technician from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 12 player (1996-01-02).
Senator Al Franken, a U.S. senator from Minnesota "After a successful career as a comedy writer, author, and radio...
Ferris Fletcher, a psychologist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 10 1-time champion: $10,800.
Joe Mulder, a closed captioner originally from Marshall, Minnesota Season 32 player (2016-06-20).
Jessica Plagens, a graphic designer from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 32 player (2016-07-12).
Jordan Lorence, a lawyer originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 8 player (1991-12-06).
Ted Snelgrove, a marketing manager originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 13 player (1996-09-27).
Carl Eeman, a pastor from St. Louis Park, Minnesota Season 13 1-time champion: $10,300.
Krista Denn, a human resources manager from Brooklyn Park, Minnesota Season 33 player (2017-05-03).
Christie Burke, a school librarian from Richfield, Minnesota Season 33 player (2017-06-01).
Alyssa Mondelli, a forensic scientist from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 33 player (2017-07-10).
Marguerite Moran, a library director from Webster, Minnesota Season 34 player (2017-10-04).
Zach Heinen, an analyst from Burnsville, Minnesota Season 34 player (2017-12-22).
Claudia Hochstein, an environmental program administrator from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 34 player (2018-01-05).
Alex Cook, a consultant from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 34 player (2018-01-12).
Rob Worman, an escalation manager from Edina, Minnesota 2019 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 34 6-time champion: $133,900...
Sarah Norris, a technical writer and manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 34 player (2018-03-01).
Andrea Schuelke, a tutor from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 34 player (2018-05-28).
Erik Johnson, a packaging engineer from Plymouth, Minnesota Season 34 player (2018-06-18).
Rebecca Smith, a certified massage therapist from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 34 player (2018-07-16).
Ryan Vesledahl, a catastrophe modeler from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 35 player (2018-10-12).
Bryan Coyle, a high school English teacher from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 35 player (2019-02-06).
Adam Lozeau, a public defender from Saint Paul, Minnesota Season 35 player (2019-04-16).
Dorothy McClellan, an airline employee from Minneapolis, Minnesota 1987 Senior Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Jane Weaver, a registered nurse originally from Minnesota 1987 Senior Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000. No hometown was given for Jane,...
Sam Kavanaugh, a teacher from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 35 5-time champion: $156,202 + $1,000.
Barbara Broerman, a physician from Minneapolis, Minnesota 1993 Seniors Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Sam Benshoof, a senior communications specialist from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 36 player (2019-10-30).
Rob Worman, an engagement manager from Edina, Minnesota 2019 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 34 6-time champion: $133,900...
Jayne Niemi, a retired college registrar from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 36 player (2020-02-14).
Amal Karim, an impact officer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 36 player (2020-02-20).
Matt Steen, an account coordinator from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 36 player (2020-03-27).
Nibir Sarma, a sophomore at the University of Minnesota from Eden Prairie, Minnesota 2020 College Championship winner: $100,000.
Kristin Brewe, a senior from the University of Minnesota 1994 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
George Soule, a teacher from Northfield, Minnesota 1990 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. 1990 Seniors Tournament winner: $25,000. George died 2011-12-24.
Pat Toft, a sophomore from the University of Minnesota 1995 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
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