Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (496 results returned)

#8234, aired 2020-06-11THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES $2000: The 9th district of this state was not represented in January 2019 because the vote there was not certified due to charges of fraud North Carolina
#8206, aired 2020-04-20THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE $1600: (MSNBC's Steve Kornacki presents by a display monitor.) New York didn't choose its electors in time and Rhode Island and North Carolina hadn't yet ratified the Constitution, but the vote was otherwise unanimous when every elector cast a vote for George Washington in this year 1789
#8205, aired 2020-04-17NOTE BOOKS $1600: This author set "The Notebook" in North Carolina, where he lives Nicholas Sparks
#8137, aired 2020-01-14ANAGRAMMED U.S. CITIES $200: Had Rum, North Carolina Durham [HAD RUM]
#8079, aired 2019-10-24WHAT'S YOUR ADDRESS? $1000: A famous estate: 1 Lodge Street, Asheville, North Carolina the Biltmore house
#8070, aired 2019-10-11SOUTHERN POLITICIAN/AUTHOR $1600: Jesse Helms' memoir "Here's Where I Stand" says he likes seeing others from this state succeed, like Clay Aiken on "American Idol" North Carolina
#8066, aired 2019-10-07AROUND THE USA $1000: Historians say many residents of this 175-mile long chain of islands off North Carolina are descended from pirates the Outer Banks
#8032, aired 2019-07-09STATE OF THE COUNTIES $200: There's Marlboro country--er, county--along with Greenville & Sumter South Carolina
#8019, aired 2019-06-20COLLEGE BOUND $200: On Feb. 12, 1795 this state school received its first "Heel" North Carolina
#8015, aired 2019-06-14TRUTH OR DARE $800: Virginia Dare was the first English child born in the New World, in the Roanoke colony in what is now this state North Carolina
#8013, aired 2019-06-12COLLEGE TOWNS $400: Created to serve the University of North Carolina, it's nicknamed the "Southern Part of Heaven" Chapel Hill
#8003, aired 2019-05-29ONE BIG SWAMP $11,914 (Daily Double): It comes between "Great" & "Swamp" in the name of a part of Virginia & North Carolina that doesn't sound like a tourist spot dismal
#7993, aired 2019-05-15RECENT POLITICS $600: A new contest was ordered in 2019 due to election fraud in the 9th Congressional district in this Southern state North Carolina
#7991, aired 2019-05-13BIOGRAPHY SUBJECTS $200: In 1991 William Martin called this North Carolina evangelist a "Prophet With Honor" Billy Graham
#7974, aired 2019-04-18NEXT YEAR $1000: This North Carolina city named for a queen will host the 2020 Republican National Convention Charlotte
#7970, aired 2019-04-12WOMEN OF POLITICS $800: Kay Hagan beat her in North Carolina in 2008, making her the first female incumbent to lose a Senate seat to a woman (Elizabeth) Dole
#7956, aired 2019-03-25LET'S HEAD NORTH $200: Going north from Florida on I-95, it's the third state you'll enter & soon you'll reach Fayetteville North Carolina
#7956, aired 2019-03-25THEY COME IN PAIRS $1600: Kill Devil Hills in North Carolina is the site of a large monument dedicated to this pair Orville and Wilbur Wright
#7947, aired 2019-03-12WOMEN AUTHORS $1200: Delia Owens used the marshes of North Carolina as the setting for her bestseller "Where" these, aka crayfish, "Sing" crawdads
#7905, aired 2019-01-11THE STATE OF NATURE $800: The Sawtooth Mountains, one of Hemingway's favorite playgrounds Idaho
#7847, aired 2018-10-23STUPID ANSWERS ACROSS AMERICA $200: (Hi, I'm Sarah French from NBC Charlotte.) 1996's "Indomitable Spirit" project featured statues of 6 22'-long panthers outside Bank of America Stadium in North Carolina, home to this NFL team the Carolina Panthers
#7827, aired 2018-09-25QUEEN CONSORT $1,000 (Daily Double): Cities in North Carolina, Virginia & Prince Edward Island are named for this consort of George III Charlotte
#7799, aired 2018-07-05"L"AKES $200: It's a 720-acre lake in North Carolina, or an artificial bait you might use in it a lure (or Lake Lure)
#7784, aired 2018-06-14PLAYING POLITICS $1000: A rough start to 2008 for this Dem. of North Carolina--he was third in South Carolina's primary, & scandal made things worse (John) Edwards
#7783, aired 2018-06-13APPALACHIAN APPELLATION $2000: The observation point seen here has great views of Clingmans Dome in these mountains on the Tennessee-North Carolina border the Great Smoky Mountains
#7761, aired 2018-05-14SMALL COUNTRIES $1600: Malawi's leading crop is this one, once the leading crop of North Carolina tobacco
#7758, aired 2018-05-09IN THE STATE MUSEUM $200: A full-size replica of the 1903 Wright flyer North Carolina
#7743, aired 2018-04-18"R" TOWN $5,200 (Daily Double): This North Carolina city founded in 1792 is named for a man who died in 1618 Raleigh
#7719, aired 2018-03-15A DOG & PONY & LEMUR SHOW $800: This state's Chincoteague Island, off its eastern shore, is known as a playground for wild ponies Virginia
#7700, aired 2018-02-16STATES' HIGHEST POINTS $800: Cheaha Mountain in the Talladega National Forest Alabama
#7686, aired 2018-01-29NATIVE SONS $800: Mayberry Days is a September festival in Andy Griffith's hometown of Mount Airy in this state North Carolina
#7683, aired 2018-01-24SPORTS UPSETS $600: Hakeem Olajuwon led this school to the 1983 NCAA title game, where he & his mates fell to underdog North Carolina State the University of Houston
#7658, aired 2017-12-20SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN' TO TOWN $800: Santa hops on Route 12 to hit Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head & perhaps to enjoy a night in Rodanthe in this state North Carolina
#7633, aired 2017-11-15STATE SYMBOLS $600: The official state Christmas tree for North Carolina is the Fraser type of this tree, not the Douglas the fir
#7621, aired 2017-10-30THE STATE'S SECOND-LARGEST CITY $1200: North Carolina: Home to the NHL's Carolina Hurricanes Raleigh
#7619, aired 2017-10-26REAL PEOPLE ON QUARTERS $800: Of the 2 brothers, only Wilbur can be seen clearly in the photo on which this state's quarter was based North Carolina
#7606, aired 2017-10-09THIRD TIME'S A "CHA'"RM $600: North Carolina's Research Triangle is Durham, Raleigh & this place Chapel Hill
#7591, aired 2017-09-18ISLANDS $400: This 130-mile stretch of barrier islands off North Carolina is sometimes called OBX the Outer Banks
#7554, aired 2017-06-15STATE THE CITY $800: Greensboro, in Guilford County North Carolina
#7547, aired 2017-06-06DANCE COMPANIES $1600: In 1974 the Agnes De Mille Heritage Dance Theatre was founded at the North Carolina School of the Arts in this 2-name city Winston-Salem
#7517, aired 2017-04-25SIMILARLY NAMED SCHOOLS $200: Lake Forest College is near Chicago; change one letter to get this North Carolina university Wake Forest
#7495, aired 2017-03-24OH, THE HORROR! $400: "Roanoke", about a haunted farm house in North Carolina, is the sixth season of this FX anthology American Horror Story
#7474, aired 2017-02-2319th CENTURY AMERICA $400: Until the California gold rush in 1849, this largest North Carolina city was the center of the USA's gold production Charlotte
#7465, aired 2017-02-10STATE SCHOOL ALUMNI $800: John Edwards, Michael Jordan the University of North Carolina
#7464, aired 2017-02-09ALPHANUMERICALLY YOURS $1200: HB2 is this state's controversial 2016 Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, AKA the bathroom bill North Carolina
#7458, aired 2017-02-01CAPE FEAR $800: Jutting into the "Graveyard of the Atlantic", Cape Fear is a dangerous cape on the coast of this U.S. state North Carolina
#7428, aired 2016-12-211895 $1200: This Asheville, North Carolina mansion was nearly finished after 6 years, so the Vanderbilts moved in Biltmore
#7412, aired 2016-11-29WINNING! $1000: (I'm NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson.) In 2004 & 2012 I won the Darlington 500 in this Southern state South Carolina
#7387, aired 2016-10-25NORTH CAROLINA, HISTORICALLY $400: At a Greensboro lunch counter in 1960, 4 students began this hyphenated type of protest & it lasted for 6 months a sit-in
#7387, aired 2016-10-25NORTH CAROLINA, HISTORICALLY $800: In 1524 this Italian made it to the mouth of the Cape Fear River; there was no bridge named for him there, though Verrazzano
#7387, aired 2016-10-25NORTH CAROLINA, HISTORICALLY $1200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Wright Brothers Nat'l Memorial in North Carolina.) In 1902, the Wright Brothers made over 1,000 glider flights from the slopes of this 90-foot hill that was then a massive sand dune Kill Devil Hill
#7387, aired 2016-10-25NORTH CAROLINA, HISTORICALLY $1600: North Carolina's second-oldest town was named "New" this by Swiss settlers; a capital idea! Bern
#7387, aired 2016-10-25NORTH CAROLINA, HISTORICALLY $2000: In 1776 this N.C. tribe supported the British & led by Chief Dragging Canoe attacked the colonists the Cherokee
#7379, aired 2016-10-13STATE YOUR CASE $2000: A case regarding the Voting Rights Act in 2013 pitted Shelby County of this state v. Holder Alabama
#7369, aired 2016-09-29CITY HALL $600: Completed in 1928, Asheville, North Carolina's City Hall is a masterpiece of this style, named for a Parisian expo held in 1925 Art Deco
#7361, aired 2016-09-19COLLEGE FIRSTS $200: Morehead Planetarium, which opened in 1949 at this school in Chapel Hill, was the 1st planetarium owned by a college the University of North Carolina
#7356, aired 2016-09-12NATIONAL MEMORIALS $400: At their national memorial in North Carolina, kids can see a kite-building demonstration & learn about flight the Wright Brothers
#7330, aired 2016-06-24BUSINESS MAGAZINES $1600: Money mag's 2015 "Best Places to Live" was topped by apex, near the Research Triangle in this Southern state North Carolina
#7317, aired 2016-06-07A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING $600: This town, home to the University of North Carolina, is named for a place of worship that was once there Chapel Hill
#7299, aired 2016-05-12TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW $600: Seen here, the Reynolds Building in North Carolina was an inspiration for this other building that went up two years later the Empire State Building
#7266, aired 2016-03-28SWAMPED $2000: Home to groves of black gum, juniper & water ash, the Great Dismal Swamp straddles Virginia & this state North Carolina
#7263, aired 2016-03-23WOMEN ON TV $200: (I'm Bellamy Young.) "Scandal isn't my first venture in D.C. TV; in 2004 I played North Carolina lawyer Marylou Meriwether on an episode of this show named for part of the White House The West Wing
#7258, aired 2016-03-16THE WRIGHT BROTHERS $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Wright Brothers Nat'l Memorial.) Seeking a place for test flights with strong winds, privacy & sand for soft landings, the Wrights wrote a letter to the U.S. weather bureau & received a list of possible locations; this small fishing village on North Carolina's Outer Banks was just perfect Kitty Hawk
#7250, aired 2016-03-04U.S. LIBRARIES $1200: Follow his journey from humble farm boy to "America's Pastor" at his library in Charlotte, North Carolina Billy Graham
#7249, aired 2016-03-03YOU GET 95 YEARS $200: 1795: The first state university in the U.S. opens in this North Carolina town Chapel Hill
#7200, aired 2015-12-25THE SQUIRREL FAMILY $800: On the Carolina northern this creature, skin between the wrist & ankle forms an aerodynamic surface for gliding flying squirrel
#7191, aired 2015-12-14COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) Billions of federal research & development funding goes to what is known as the research triangle, formed by these three universities all located within about 20 minutes of each other Duke, North Carolina State, and the University of North Carolina
#7156, aired 2015-10-26STEPH CURRY DISHES $2000: Steph dished & dealt in the NCAA, leading this Southern state's Davidson College to the Elite Eight North Carolina
#7143, aired 2015-10-07FALL HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $400: Wright Brothers Day, December 17, commemorates their historic 1903 flight from near this North Carolina town Kitty Hawk
#7140, aired 2015-10-02I'M JUST A "VILLE" $2000: Built by a Vanderbilt, Biltmore House & Estate is in this city Asheville (North Carolina)
#7132, aired 2015-09-22RAISE THE WHITE IN THE FLAG $3,500 (Daily Double): The flag of "the Tar Heel State" has these 2 letters on either side of a white star NC
#7109, aired 2015-07-09THE 114th CONGRESS $1000: Like Ruben Studdard, Renee Ellmers of this state made Clay Aiken a runner-up North Carolina
#7103, aired 2015-07-01THE MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE $1600: In March 1825, while touring the U.S., Lafayette visited Fayetteville in this state, the first U.S. town named for him North Carolina
#7092, aired 2015-06-16"THE" LAND IS THE LAND $1600: A chain of barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina where the U.S.S. Monitor rests today the Outer Banks
#7081, aired 2015-06-01THE LAW OF THE LAND $400: B5, times 2! In North Carolina, an org. can only play this game 2 sessions a week, a max of 5 hours each time Bingo
#7046, aired 2015-04-13BASKETBALL HALL OF FAMERS $1000: This late North Carolina coach who won 879 games Dean Smith
#7045, aired 2015-04-10U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1200: Resorts in these barrier islands off North Carolina include Manteo & Wanchese on Roanoke Island the Outer Banks
#7020, aired 2015-03-06JOHN LAW $800: He rode his success as a North Carolina trial lawyer to a 1998 Senate win & later a place on a national ticket John Edwards
#7009, aired 2015-02-19"W"ORLD CITIES $800: This hyphenated North Carolina city is home to Wake Forest University & Piedmont Baptist College Winston-Salem
#6977, aired 2015-01-06STATE FIRSTS $400: Wright on to this state that in 1903 saw the first successful powered airplane flight North Carolina
#6975, aired 2015-01-02A NOVEL CATEGORY $1200: Nicholas Sparks has set many novels, including "Safe Haven" & "Nights in Rodanthe", in this, his home state North Carolina
#6969, aired 2014-12-25WHERE DID YOU GO TO SCHOOL? $600: To the University of this state at Chapel Hill North Carolina
#6956, aired 2014-12-08STATES BY COUNTIES $600: Marlboro, Pickens, Spartanburg South Carolina
#6933, aired 2014-11-05THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM $2000: The only national parks now in the original 13 states are one each in North & South Carolina, & this beautiful park in Virginia Shenandoah
#6908, aired 2014-10-01MERE MEREDITHS $400: Meredith College is a women's college in this capital of "The Tar Heel State" Raleigh
#6874, aired 2014-07-03COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: Elizabeth Dole received the distinguished alumni award from this North Carolina school Duke
#6870, aired 2014-06-27ALTERED STATES $2000: In Dixie: Orca Harlot Inn North Carolina
#6863, aired 2014-06-18HISTORY, ON THE MOVE $800: This Union general swung north in February 1865 through the Carolinas toward Virginia (William T.) Sherman
#6860, aired 2014-06-13HAPPY HOLIDAY! $400: In North Korea, Dec. 27 is this document's day--North Carolina's could be Nov. 21, 1789 Constitution Day
#6858, aired 2014-06-11A "TON" OF CITIES $1,200 (Daily Double): This North Carolina city got its present name in 1913, & not for 2 brands of cigarette Winston-Salem
#6846, aired 2014-05-26MISTER "E" CATEGORY $1200: In 2000, while he was a senator from North Carolina, People magazine named him sexiest politician alive John Edwards
#6844, aired 2014-05-22TV THEN & NOW $400: "The Andy Griffith Show" was set in this North Carolina town Mayberry
#6833, aired 2014-05-07THE SOUTH $800: Passing through Fayetteville in this state, U.S. Highway 301 is known as "The Tobacco Trail" North Carolina
#6821, aired 2014-04-21THE CREW $800: This canine crew plays team sports for North Carolina State the Wolfpack
#6821, aired 2014-04-21THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM $1200: North Carolina has 2 national seashores, Cape Lookout & this other cape Hatteras
#6815, aired 2014-04-11U.S. PLACE NAMES $600: 3 states are named for British kings: North Carolina, South Carolina & this other southern state Georgia
#6810, aired 2014-04-04THE AGE OF THE ROBBER BARONS $7,100 (Daily Double): In 1890 he became president of the American Tobacco Company in Durham, North Carolina (James Buchanan) Duke
#6791, aired 2014-03-10EARLIEST TO STATEHOOD $200: West Virginia, North Carolina, South Dakota North Carolina
#6781, aired 2014-02-24THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY $600: (Alex delivers the clue from the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.) A sit-in by four young African-Americans in 1960 in Greensboro, North Carolina, sparked nationwide interest & activity in the civil-rights movement & also led this five-and-dime store to desegregate its lunch counters just about six months later Woolworth's
#6778, aired 2014-02-19RECENTLY BANNED OR CHALLENGED BOOKS $200: A North Carolina county board made this 1952 Ralph Ellison classic disappear, saying it didn't have "any literary value" Invisible Man
#6775, aired 2014-02-14LANGUAGES $1,200 (Daily Double): This language with a unique syllabary is now spoken by more than 10,000 Native Americans in North Carolina & Oklahoma Cherokee
#6771, aired 2014-02-10FAMOUS HOMES $1200: Biltmore Estate, one of the largest homes in the U.S., is an attraction in Asheville in this state North Carolina
#6689, aired 2013-10-17U.S. GOVERNORS $400: In January 2009 in Raleigh, Beverly Perdue took the oath of office as the first woman governor of this state North Carolina
#6683, aired 2013-10-09"AZ" USUAL $1600: North Carolina has held a festival of these flowers since 1948 azaleas
#6674, aired 2013-09-26ONE LOVE $200: Guinness reports Herbert & Zelmyra Fisher of this "Tar Heel State" were married for over 86 years North Carolina
#6670, aired 2013-09-20HEADING "NORTH" $600: The Roanoke River flows into the northeastern part of this state & empties into Albemarle Sound North Carolina
#6663, aired 2013-07-31PEAKS & VALLEYS $1200: Trying to find the highest peak in this mountain system? The "trail" leads to Mount Mitchell in North Carolina the Appalachian Mountains
#6658, aired 2013-07-24COASTAL U.S. STATES $1000: Wilmington, near the mouth of the Cape Fear River, is its main seaport North Carolina
#6636, aired 2013-06-24RED STATES $400: Blackbeard was killed at Ocracoke island in this state's Outer Banks North Carolina
#6607, aired 2013-05-14AMERICA AFTER THE REVOLUTION $800: In 1795 in Chapel Hill it became the first state university to admit students the University of North Carolina
#6578, aired 2013-04-03NORTH CAROLINA $200: This largest North Carolina city was named for the wife of England's King George III Charlotte
#6578, aired 2013-04-03NORTH CAROLINA $400: Established in 1837 by Quakers, Guilford College did not allow this until 1887; finally, glee club! singing
#6578, aired 2013-04-03NORTH CAROLINA $600: Pisgah National Forest is home to this "colorful" North Carolina mountain range the Blue Ridge Mountains
#6578, aired 2013-04-03NORTH CAROLINA $800: This cape, the southern tip of Smith Island, lends its name to a scary film & its remake Cape Fear
#6578, aired 2013-04-03NORTH CAROLINA $1000: England's first attempt at a colony in the New World was on this North Carolina island in 1585 Roanoke Island
#6549, aired 2013-02-21U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1600: North Carolina's easternmost point lies on this island where you'll also find a famous cape Hatteras
#6524, aired 2013-01-17WHERE'D YOU GO TO COLLEGE? $200: Elizabeth Dole & William Styron: this North Carolina university Duke
#6523, aired 2013-01-16THE TRANSPORTER $400: An aircraft carrier is named for this North Carolina town where history was made in 1903 Kitty Hawk
#6519, aired 2013-01-10AMERICANA $800: Sandy Hook Light, the USA's oldest standing lighthouse, still operates in this state New Jersey
#6509, aired 2012-12-27ANAGRAMMED AMERICA $1000: The state of Not Racial Horn North Carolina
#6477, aired 2012-11-13NATIVE AMERICANS $2000: In 1720 the Tuscarora tribe left North Carolina for N.Y. & soon became the 6th member of this confederacy the Iroquois Confederacy
#6473, aired 2012-11-07GREAT NAMES IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL $800: The Demon Deacons of this North Carolina university have an unlikely secret weapon--defensive end Godspower Offor Wake Forest University
#6470, aired 2012-11-02GEORGIAS ON MY MIND $2000: The U.S. state of Georgia claims its 1818 boundary with this neighbor to the northwest is literally off by a mile Tennessee
#6468, aired 2012-10-31COMPLETES THE LICENSE PLATE $800: North Carolina: "First in ___" Flight
#6467, aired 2012-10-30U.S. BODIES OF WATER $3,000 (Daily Double): Pamlico Sound, the largest lagoon on the East Coast, is located on the eastern shore of this state North Carolina
#6433, aired 2012-08-01LANDMARKS $200: A granite boulder on Kill Devil Hill, North Carolina, marks the spot where they first took flight on December 17, 1903 the Wright Brothers
#6390, aired 2012-06-01THE WRIGHT STUFF $400: The Kill Devil Hill Monument National Memorial in this state became the Wright Brothers National Memorial in 1953 North Carolina
#6385, aired 2012-05-25BUSINESS SCHOOLS $3,000 (Daily Double): The Kenan-Flagler business school occupies a 191,000 sq.-ft. building on the Chapel Hill campus of this university the University of North Carolina
#6377, aired 2012-05-15GREAT AMERICAN WOMEN $2000: Her resume includes president of the American Red Cross & U.S. senator from North Carolina Elizabeth Dole
#6330, aired 2012-03-09ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE SCHOOLS $1600: This school in Chapel Hill was the first state university to accept students, on February 12, 1795 the University of North Carolina
#6328, aired 2012-03-07SAND $800: At Augusta National, these are filled with North Carolina feldspar sand traps
#6318, aired 2012-02-22U.S. PLACE NAMES $400: This North Carolina fort likes to "boast" that it's named for a Confederate general who was born in the state Fort Bragg
#6315, aired 2012-02-17PIRATES $800: Edward Teach, known by this moniker, was hunted down when he tried to find safe harbor off North Carolina Blackbeard
#6310, aired 2012-02-10COLLEGE BEFORE & AFTER $2000: These break out at the home of North Carolina's Demon Deacons, horrifying Smokey the Bear Wake Forest fires
#6294, aired 2012-01-19INLETS $1000: North Carolina's Albemarle Sound is no deeper than 25 feet & is protected from the Atlantic by this island chain the Outer Banks
#6286, aired 2012-01-09WHAT'S NEXT? $1600: States, alphabetically: New Mexico, New York, this North Carolina
#6282, aired 2012-01-03CITY SEALS $1200: You'll find a hornet's nest on a tree branch depicted on this North Carolina city's seal Charlotte
#6281, aired 2012-01-02STATES' HIGHEST POINTS $2000: Sassafras Mountain, about 30 miles northwest of Greenville South Carolina
#6274, aired 2011-12-22TRY STATE AREA $2,000 (Daily Double): 59,425 total square miles, today the biggest of the original 13 Georgia
#6233, aired 2011-10-26STATE'S RIGHTS $4,000 (Daily Double): Tennessee North Carolina
#6226, aired 2011-10-17COLLEGE KNOWLEDGE $1,800 (Daily Double): In 1924 North Carolina's Trinity College was endowed by a tobacco magnate & changed its name to this Duke
#6226, aired 2011-10-17THE Is HAVE IT $200: In August 2011 this hurricane had winds of 85 mph as it made landfall in North Carolina Irene
#6200, aired 2011-07-22BRITISH TITLES OF NOBILITY $1600: There's one of Beaufort & one of Bedford & also a university in North Carolina Duke
#6194, aired 2011-07-14REPTILES $200: The American alligator can be found from Texas to as far east & north as this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#6181, aired 2011-06-27OXFORD $2000: The seat of Granville county, Oxford is just north of this state's Research Triangle North Carolina
#6143, aired 2011-05-04SISTER CITIES $2000: Charlotte, North Carolina's sisters include Baoding, China & this French town known for its porcelain Limoges
#6128, aired 2011-04-13AN AUTHOR IS BORN $1600: We'll give you a chocolate bar if you'll name this short story writer born Sept. 11, 1862 in North Carolina O. Henry
#6122, aired 2011-04-05FIRST NAME'S THE SAME $2000: Vance (of 19th century North Carolina politics), Pike (of geographic "Peak" fame) Zebulon
#6114, aired 2011-03-24I'M GONNA "SIT" $800: In February 1960 black college students staged one at a Greensboro, North Carolina lunch counter a sit-in
#6091, aired 2011-02-21THINGS TO DO IN THE USA $1600: At the mouth of Cape Fear is Old Baldy Lighthouse, this state's oldest standing lighthouse, built in 1817 North Carolina
#6083, aired 2011-02-09"HAWK" EYES $1200: This aircraft carrier named for a North Carolina site has been nicknamed "Battle Cat" the Kitty Hawk
#6064, aired 2011-01-13CITIES' LEADING NEWSPAPERS $1200: Charlotte, North Carolina The Observer
#6040, aired 2010-12-10THE GREATEST IN SPORTS WITH MIKE & MIKE $1000: (Mike and Mike in the ESPN studio deliver the clue.) "One of the greatest last-second stunners in college sports was Doug Flutie's Hail Mary pass to beat Miami" "Stunning, yes, but not nearly as stunning for me as when coach Jim Valvano & this college basketball team defeated Houston at the buzzer in 1983" North Carolina State
#6038, aired 2010-12-08STATE FAIRS $600: On Oct. 17, 2008 its state fair kicked off with an opening ceremony & tobacco heritage day North Carolina
#5967, aired 2010-07-20STATE LAKES $800: Grand Lake O' the Cherokees Oklahoma
#5958, aired 2010-07-07AM I BLUE? $400: The highest peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains are in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#5951, aired 2010-06-28COLLEGE BASKETBALL COACHES $600: Dean Smith (1962-1997) University of North Carolina
#5924, aired 2010-05-20WHO CARRIED THE STATE? $600: North Carolina, 2008 Barack Obama
#5909, aired 2010-04-29STATE LICENSE PLATE MOTTOS $800: "First in Flight" North Carolina
#5908, aired 2010-04-28THE COUGAR $1000: The only large population of cougars in the southeastern U.S. is in this state, where they're called panthers Florida
#5897, aired 2010-04-13THE TRUCK STOPS HERE $1000: There's a Mr. Waffle Auto & Truck Plaza on I-85 at Cowpens, northeast of Greenville in this state South Carolina
#5893, aired 2010-04-07DRAWN-OUT DRAMAS $1600: Debuting in 1937, "The Lost Colony" by Pulitzer winner Paul Green has been playing in Manteo in this state for 73 years North Carolina
#5888, aired 2010-03-31WHERE BEAGLES DARE $800: The valiant termite-detecting beagle here is ready for action in Chapel Hill in this state North Carolina
#5867, aired 2010-03-02STATE OF PLAY $1000: Bobcats, Hurricanes, Panthers North Carolina
#5853, aired 2010-02-10BAND NAMES $400: This Madden Brothers band isn't named for a North Carolina city but for a kids' book written by Carol Beach York Good Charlotte
#5851, aired 2010-02-08STAMPS $1,800 (Daily Double): The Distinguished Marines series honors the man for whom a North Carolina Marine Corps base was named Lt. Gen. John Lejeune
#5843, aired 2010-01-27THEY NAMED A CITY FOR ME IN... $400: Dr. Bartlett Durham (1854) North Carolina
#5836, aired 2010-01-18SPORTS RIVALRIES $2000: When playing against hated North Carolina in NCAA hoops, the Cameron Crazies of this school get loud Duke
#5828, aired 2010-01-06STATELY BOTANICAL GARDENS $2,000 (Daily Double): The Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Cape Fear Botanical Gardens North Carolina
#5798, aired 2009-11-25TIME TO "FLY" $400: These insectivorous plants are only found natively in North & South Carolina the Venus Flytrap
#5797, aired 2009-11-24THE NEWSEUM $2000: (Alex reports from the Newseum in Washington, D.C.) A key moment in the Civil Rights era was a sit-in protest after four black students were refused service at an all-white F.W. Woolworth lunch counter in this North Carolina city Greensboro, North Carolina
#5787, aired 2009-11-10THE CW $1000: Chad Michael Murray & Hilarie Burton might be gone, but North Carolina holds plenty of drama on this series One Tree Hill
#5787, aired 2009-11-10WHATEVER $800: This city named for a marquis was North Carolina's capital from 1789 to 1798 Fayetteville
#5782, aired 2009-11-03FUNNY FOLKS $800: He's the funniest of the North Carolina Galifianakises Zach
#5777, aired 2009-10-27STATE THE NATIONAL PARK $2000: Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tennessee (North Carolina accepted)
#5770, aired 2009-10-16OFFICIAL STATE THINGS $400: In 1973 North Carolina went dark green & designated this its official state precious stone an emerald
#5758, aired 2009-09-30MADAM SENATOR $800: In a brutal 2008 race, Kay Hagan beat this woman to take over as senator from North Carolina (Elizabeth) Dole
#5756, aired 2009-09-28STATELY FORTS $400: Fort Bragg in this state is home to Delta Force North Carolina
#5754, aired 2009-09-24SCIENCE "L"IST $800: The major source of this treatment for bipolar disorder is mined in North Carolina lithium
#5728, aired 2009-07-01NEW CONGRESSMEN & GOVERNORS $2000: This Southern state got a new senator, Kay Hagan, & a new governor, Beverly Perdue North Carolina
#5725, aired 2009-06-26STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI $600: Michael Jordan, Andy Griffith, John Edwards the University of North Carolina
#5715, aired 2009-06-12RECENT OBITS $1600: This conservative ex-North Carolina senator was 86 when he passed on July 4, 2008 (Jesse) Helms
#5713, aired 2009-06-10THE READER $1600: James Boyd's Revolutionary War novel "Drums" details Johnny Fraser's exploits in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#5706, aired 2009-06-01MMM...DONUTS $200: This chain known for its conveyor belts full of hot glazed donuts opened its first store in North Carolina in 1937 Krispy Kreme
#5693, aired 2009-05-13STAYING AT HOME $1000: Get lost in the 250-room North Carolina mansion known as Biltmore that was once home to members of this family the Vanderbilts
#5693, aired 2009-05-13WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT $3,000 (Daily Double): After heading up 2 Cabinet departments, she represented North Carolina in the Senate from 2003 to 2009 (Elizabeth) Dole
#5690, aired 2009-05-08OLD FOLKS IN THEIR 30s $800: The district of conservative rep. Patrick McHenry in this state includes Mooresville, a home of NASCAR North Carolina
#5685, aired 2009-05-01MILITARY INSTALLATIONS BY STATE $600: Fort Bragg, Camp Lejeune North Carolina
#5673, aired 2009-04-15YOUR COLLEGE I.D. $600: North Carolina: slang for a single fist Duke
#5648, aired 2009-03-11BANK ON IT $1000: The unusual name of this bank honors the setters of North Carolina who came from a Danube valley Wachovia
#5624, aired 2009-02-05THROUGH THE 1800s WITH SARAH POLK $400: Born in 1803 in Tennessee, Sarah later attended school in this state due east, husband James' birthplace North Carolina
#5617, aired 2009-01-27STATE THE SENATOR $800: Jesse Helms North Carolina
#5597, aired 2008-12-30"GREAT" GEOGRAPHY $1200: Major peaks in this range include Mount Sterling in North Carolina & Chimney Tops in Tennessee the Great Smoky Mountains
#5558, aired 2008-11-05OFFICIAL STATE THINGS $1600: The scuppernong grape is its state fruit; one vine in the Outer Banks is more than 400 years old North Carolina
#5536, aired 2008-10-06COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $2,000 (Daily Double): Richard Nixon graduated from this North Carolina university's law school in 1937 Duke
#5535, aired 2008-10-03BIRTH OF A PRESIDENT $1200: March 15, 1767 in either North Carolina or South Carolina--no one knows for sure Andrew Jackson
#5529, aired 2008-09-25OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $1600: North Carolina got religion & named this its state bird the cardinal
#5505, aired 2008-07-11YOUR STATE IS PARKED $400: Pocahontas State Park Virginia
#5487, aired 2008-06-17AIRLINE & HUB $800: If you're flying U.S. Airways, you may change planes in this North Carolina city's hub airport Charlotte
#5484, aired 2008-06-12MILITARY MATTERS $800: Many Marines attend Infantry Training School at Camp Lejeune in this state North Carolina
#5481, aired 2008-06-09HEY, JUDE LAW! $400: Renee Zellweger is down on the farm as Jude heads back to North Carolina in this 2003 film Cold Mountain
#5444, aired 2008-04-17HOLD THE FORT $1000: This North Carolina fort "boasts" of being the "home of the airborne & special operations forces" Fort Bragg
#5433, aired 2008-04-02THE ELECTRIC COMPANY $800: Here's some current info: Duke Energy, headquartered in this state, brings electric power to 4 million people North Carolina
#5415, aired 2008-03-07MARCH! $1000: On March 3, 2004 this charismatic North Carolina senator bowed out of the presidential race Edwards
#5414, aired 2008-03-06ON THE U.S. MAP $2,000 (Daily Double): (Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) These two states on either side of the 36'30 line of latitude look a bit like mirror images of each other Virginia & North Carolina
#5409, aired 2008-02-28GOULASH $800: Due to the encroaching sea, this North Carolina cape's lighthouse, the USA's tallest, was moved in 1999 Hatteras
#5400, aired 2008-02-15STATE NICKNAMES $600: "The Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#5379, aired 2008-01-17"GREEN" GEOGRAPHY $2000: 26 miles east of Winston-Salem, this North Carolina city is a leading textile-producing center Greensboro
#5377, aired 2008-01-15THE 1790s $800 (Daily Double): The first major gold discovery in the U.S. happened in 1799 near this southern city named for George III's queen Charlotte, North Carolina
#5364, aired 2007-12-27CONGRESSIONAL BEFORE & AFTER $800: The North Carolina senator grown in Hawaii by one company since 1851 Elizabeth Dole Pineapple
#5329, aired 2007-11-08THE U.S. SENATE $400: This North Carolina Republican is the wife of a former U.S. senator from Kansas Elizabeth Dole
#5321, aired 2007-10-29"OK" $800: "Lost colony" of 1580s North Carolina Roanoke
#5311, aired 2007-10-15ANIMALS IN JEOPARDY $600: We hope the endangered Carolina Northern "flying" species of this rodent keeps on flying a squirrel
#5295, aired 2007-09-21THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM $1000: Lying in both Tennessee & North Carolina, it has more annual visitors than any other national park Great Smoky Mountains National Park
#5284, aired 2007-07-26DOWN SOUTH $800: In 2004 this hyphenated North Carolina city was named one of the most livable cities in America Winston-Salem
#5271, aired 2007-07-09THE NEW YORK TIMES PHOTOGRAPHY $200: Location in North Carolina forever associated with the 1903 event seen here Kitty Hawk
#5270, aired 2007-07-06"N" THE ATLAS $200: This U.S. state produces more tobacco than any other North Carolina
#5258, aired 2007-06-20WHERE THE STREETS HAVE SOME NAME $600: You can clean up on Dirty Ankle Road in Lawndale, located in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#5229, aired 2007-05-10AMERICANA $600: A statue known as "The Strolling Professor" seems to stroll through the campus of this univ. in Raleigh North Carolina State
#5186, aired 2007-03-12THE "N" TIMES $800: Campbell University & Appalachian State University are both found in this state North Carolina
#5155, aired 2007-01-26THIS CATEGORY IS FULL OF BEANS $200: Disguised as a man, Mollie Bean fought with the 47th North Carolina infantry during this war the Civil War
#5129, aired 2006-12-21"E"-MALE $1600: This Democrat served as a U.S. Senator from North Carolina for one term, 1999-2005 John Edwards
#5121, aired 2006-12-11PISTOL PETE $400: The ghost of Peter Dromgoole, supposedly killed in a duel, haunts Gimghoul Castle near Chapel Hill in this state North Carolina
#5117, aired 2006-12-05OLD "HAT" $1200: North Carolina area seen here during some of the weather it's known for Cape Hatteras
#5109, aired 2006-11-23CHEMICAL STATES $800: Sodium plus North Carolina plus yttrium yields this first name of Ms. Walker or Ms. Drew Nancy (Na+NC+Y)
#5104, aired 2006-11-16DIFFERENT STOKES $200: You can have a picnic at Hanging Rock State Park in Stokes County in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#5080, aired 2006-10-13WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA? $1600: This coastal city on the Atlantic Ocean near the border with North Carolina is the state's most populous Virginia Beach
#5079, aired 2006-10-12WHAT'S THAT SOUND? $600: This state's outer banks create Pamlico Sound, the largest lagoon on the East Coast of the United States North Carolina
#5070, aired 2006-09-29THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM $1000: 1 of 2 North Carolina capes designated a national seashore Cape Hatteras or Cape Lookout
#5064, aired 2006-09-21WHERE AM I? $1600: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a studio classroom with dressed mannequins.) I'm at the College of Textiles of the state university of this state that leads the U.S. in textile production North Carolina
#5054, aired 2006-07-27THE 2005 GREENSBORO MAYORAL RACE $200: Vote did he get, this 900-year-old "Star Wars" character Yoda
#5054, aired 2006-07-27THE 2005 GREENSBORO MAYORAL RACE $400: AKA Forsythe Pendleton Jones in the "Archie" comics series, he got a vote Jughead
#5054, aired 2006-07-27THE 2005 GREENSBORO MAYORAL RACE $600: This "everyman" name, also the bassist/vocalist of the punk band X, got 4 votes John Doe
#5054, aired 2006-07-27THE 2005 GREENSBORO MAYORAL RACE $800: 1 vote for this Missouri-born talk show host whom Al Franken called "a Big Fat Idiot" in a 1996 book Rush Limbaugh
#5054, aired 2006-07-27THE 2005 GREENSBORO MAYORAL RACE $1000: 3 votes went to this Disney character who debuted in "The Wise Little Hen" in 1934 Donald Duck
#5049, aired 2006-07-20ABBREVIATED U.S. STATES $400: Put "17" with the abbreviation for this state & you get an MPAA movie rating North Carolina, NC
#5013, aired 2006-05-31U.S. COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: The North Carolina university founded in this town in 1834 is now in Winston-Salem Wake Forest
#5006, aired 2006-05-22LAFAYETTE YOU ARE HERE $4,000 (Daily Double): In 1783 Cross Creek & Campbellton in North Carolina merged to form this town named for the Marquis Fayetteville
#5003, aired 2006-05-1721st CENTURY HISTORY $600: The first Republican senator from North Carolina in the 20th century, he left the chamber in 2003 Jesse Helms
#4974, aired 2006-04-06THE ELEMENTS $1200: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports with some textiles from NC State University in Raleigh, NC.) North Carolina State University is developing shirts lined with transmitters made of this element, symbol Ag, that may one day monitor your vital signs silver
#4972, aired 2006-04-04"M"EDICINE $1200: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from a laboratory at NC State University in Raleigh, NC.) An artificial retina developed with the aid of North Carolina State University engineers may cure this type of degeneration named for a spot at the center of a retina macular
#4969, aired 2006-03-30THE NON-CATEGORY $2000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a lab in NC State University, Raleigh, NC.) North Carolina State has a research center for fabrics that are bonded by heat or chemicals, in other words, non this woven
#4964, aired 2006-03-23LET'S PLAY SOME BASKETBALL $1000: He coached the University of North Carolina men's college basketball team in 4 different decades Dean Smith
#4953, aired 2006-03-08VETERINARY MEDICINE $400: (Jon of the Clue Crew gives the clue from the North Carolina State Veterinary School.) As with human patients, metal is kept away from this diagnostic machine, so be careful with collars & bells an MRI
#4953, aired 2006-03-08VETERINARY MEDICINE $1200: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the North Carolina State Veterinary School.) X-rays can detect hip dysplasia common in large dogs in which the ball of this bone is loose in its socket the femur
#4953, aired 2006-03-08VETERINARY MEDICINE $2000: (Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the North Carolina State Veterinary School.) The owner of a recipient cat must adopt the donor cat when North Carolina State University performs this veterinary procedure used in some cases of feline nephritis a kidney transplant
#4925, aired 2006-01-27AMERICANA $1600: The city of High Point in this state is a high point for shoppers; it's the "Home Furnishings Capital of the World" North Carolina
#4914, aired 2006-01-12THE CIVIL WAR $800: A young conscript from North Carolina was called this, slang for the peanuts grown there a goober
#4909, aired 2006-01-05NATIONAL PARKS $800: The Blue Ridge Parkway connects Shenandoah National Park in Virginia with this North Carolina-Tennessee park Great Smoky Mountains (National Park)
#4900, aired 2005-12-23THE OFFICE $2000: Long headquartered in San Francisco, Bank of America has moved to this Southern state North Carolina
#4875, aired 2005-11-18LESSER-KNOWN EXPLORERS $2000: Philip Amadas & Arthur Barlowe explored this island off North Carolina before its colony got lost Roanoke
#4873, aired 2005-11-16STATE OBJECTS & SYMBOLS $800: How sweet it is that this is North Carolina's official state insect the honeybee
#4872, aired 2005-11-15ALL THE RAVE $800: Harvest is a faith-bass'd rave off the Andrew Johnson Highway in this state Tennessee
#4870, aired 2005-11-11TECHNOLOGY $2,000 (Daily Double): (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from NC State University in Raleigh, NC.) Experiments are underway with North Carolina State University's rapid prototyper to create custom surgical bone plates using this strong metal, atomic number 22 titanium
#4870, aired 2005-11-11TECHNOLOGY $2000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from NC State University in Raleigh, NC.) This device spreads an opening for surgical access; North Carolina State University developed a force-controlled one to reduce post-op pain in heart patients a rib spreader
#4856, aired 2005-10-24A STATE OF CIVIL WAR $1600: The USS Monitor sank off the shore of this state that supplied the most troops to the Confederate Army North Carolina
#4836, aired 2005-09-26CITY NICKNAMES $600: The "Hornets' Nest", North Carolina Charlotte
#4826, aired 2005-09-12STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES $400: Washington's first State of the Union message, in this year, began with the good news of North Carolina joining the Union 1790
#4808, aired 2005-06-29BIOGRAPHY $200: She was one of the last stars in the studio system "The tobacco farmer's daughter from North Carolina was awed and intimidated by the luxury of the MGM system." Ava Gardner
#4784, aired 2005-05-26AROUND THE USA $600: Watch out for train robbers at Tweetsie Railroad, a wild west theme park in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#4771, aired 2005-05-09THE BIBLE BELT $1000: It's Jerusalem to Isaiah, a peaceful "land" to John Bunyan, & a small "ville" in North Carolina Beulah
#4741, aired 2005-03-28BORN IN THE U.S.A. $1000: North Carolina-born on Nov. 2, 1795, he was the 11th U.S. president Polk
#4732, aired 2005-03-15THE NEWSPAPER $600: This city's Observer serves 40 counties in North & South Carolina Charlotte
#4674, aired 2004-12-23STUPID ANSWERS $200: In 2001 this fruit became the official blue berry of North Carolina blueberry
#4668, aired 2004-12-15WE MEAN BUSINESS $1000: In 1913 W.A. Heilig & this man opened a furniture store in Goldsboro, North Carolina (J.M.) Meyers
#4667, aired 2004-12-14BERMUDA SHORTS $200: Bermuda's almost due east of this state's Cape Hatteras North Carolina
#4651, aired 2004-11-22ROAD TRIPPING $2,000 (Daily Double): There's a hang-gliding school named for this 2-word North Carolina town that became famous in 1903 Kitty Hawk
#4650, aired 2004-11-19COLLEGE NEWSPAPERS $800: The Daily Tar Heel University of North Carolina
#4640, aired 2004-11-06OFFICIAL STATE FOOD & DRINK $1600: A variety of muscadine, the scuppernong type of this is North Carolina's state fruit grape
#4597, aired 2004-09-07THE LARGEST IN AREA $800: Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina Nevada
#4594, aired 2004-07-22POTPOURRI $600: North Dakota's state song is "North Dakota Hymn"; this state uses "The Old North State" North Carolina
#4588, aired 2004-07-14NATIONAL PARKS $400: This "Great" national park in Tennessee & North Carolina has more yearly visitors than any other the Great Smoky Mountains
#4574, aired 2004-06-24"HAT" CHECK $600: Eastern North Carolina cape renowned for treacherous weather Hatteras
#4565, aired 2004-06-11COLLEGE BASKETBALL $200: (Hi, I'm James Worthy.) In 1982 I led this school, the Tar Heels, to the NCAA title & was named MVP of the Final Four the University of North Carolina
#4558, aired 2004-06-02SENATORIAL SUCCESSORS $1600: 2002: Follows North Carolina's Jesse Helms Elizabeth Dole
#4549, aired 2004-05-20ANNUAL EVENTS $400: Mount Olive, North Carolina has set aside a special week to honor these items Peter Piper picked pickled peppers
#4527, aired 2004-04-20INTERNET HISTORY $200: It's believed that in 1994 WXYC in Chapel Hill in this state became the 1st radio station to webcast North Carolina
#4525, aired 2004-04-16QUARTER BACKS $200: The First Flight, on the Outer Banks North Carolina
#4504, aired 2004-03-18PLEASE TAKE DIRECTION $200: The university of this state has campuses at Asheville, Wilmington & Chapel Hill North Carolina
#4496, aired 2004-03-08PHOTO OP $200: It's the small North Carolina town famous for this groundbreaking event Kitty Hawk
#4489, aired 2004-02-26THE NATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM $600: (Sarah) This exhibit recreates the famous series of these protest actions that took place in 1960 in North Carolina sit-ins
#4461, aired 2004-01-19SOCKS AND THE CITY $400: Up to 10,000 people from 63 countries attend the International Hosiery Expo in this city, North Carolina's largest Charlotte
#4461, aired 2004-01-19SOCKS AND THE CITY $800: This brand of men's dress socks, seen here, has headquarters in Burlington, North Carolina Gold Toe
#4437, aired 2003-12-16"FOR" YOU $400: Bragg in North Carolina or Benning in Georgia fort
#4423, aired 2003-11-26U.S. PLACE NAMES $1600: This city in Orange County, North Carolina was named for the location of a church building Chapel Hill
#4415, aired 2003-11-14THE DEANS LIST $800: At this southern university, Dean Smith coached Sam Perkins, James Worthy & Michael Jordan North Carolina
#4393, aired 2003-10-15WHERE YA FROM, SENATOR? $1200: Edwards & Dole North Carolina
#4391, aired 2003-10-13NUMBER 19 IN YOUR PROGRAMS $200: Now sporting No. 9, this soccer star wore No. 19 during her stellar college career at North Carolina Mia Hamm
#4376, aired 2003-09-22SCIENTISTS & iNVENTORS $2,000 (Daily Double): On Dec. 17, 1903, in North Carolina, they took 4 quick trips -- the shortest, 12 sec.; the longest, 59 sec. the Wright brothers
#4357, aired 2003-07-08"HORN" IN $600: The buzz is that this former North Carolina team still plays in the NBA Charlotte Hornets
#4334, aired 2003-06-0516th CENTURY AMERICA $2000: This Italian reached the coast of North Carolina in 1524 & sailed up the coast to New York Bay Giovanni de Verrazzano
#4311, aired 2003-05-05REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLES $400: The Battle of Cowpens was fought in a cattle-grazing area in the north of this "Palmetto State" South Carolina
#4267, aired 2003-03-04PARROTS $800: The Carolina species of this small parrot was once native to North America but died out around 1920 parakeet
#4264, aired 2003-02-27"EEL" OF FORTUNE $400: A North Carolina native Tar Heel
#4259, aired 2003-02-20"W"HERE'S THAT? $400: This hyphenated North Carolina city was formerly 2 different towns that were a mile apart Winston-Salem
#4254, aired 2003-02-13OFFICIAL STATE THINGS $800: Its state song is "The Old North State" North Carolina
#4252, aired 2003-02-11TALLEST, LONGEST, WIDEST, DEEPEST $800: One of the 3 states with 13 letters in their names (1 of 3) Massachusetts, North Carolina or South Carolina
#4195, aired 2002-11-22COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: In 1795 in Chapel Hill the university of this state became the first U.S. state university to open its doors North Carolina
#4190, aired 2002-11-15STATE FACTS $2,200 (Daily Double): Of the 4 states called commonwealths, the 2 that are farthest south Kentucky & Virginia
#4157, aired 2002-10-01PLANET OF THE CAPES $1600: I'm afraid you might not know this cape, formed by the confluence of the Deep & Haw Rivers in North Carolina Cape Fear
#4149, aired 2002-09-19THE SOUTHERN STATES $800: Michael Jordan grew up in Wilmington in this basketball-crazy Southern state North Carolina
#4130, aired 2002-07-12STAMPS OF APPROVAL $3,000 (Daily Double): These depicted on stamps include ones at Sandy Hook, New Jersey & Cape Hatteras, North Carolina lighthouses
#4127, aired 2002-07-09CAPES $1,200 (Daily Double): This North Carolina cape on Smith Island was named for the treacherous waters surrounding it Cape Fear
#4118, aired 2002-06-26Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum $600: (Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Air & Space Museum.) This is the plane in which the Wright Brothers made a famous flight on December 17, 1903 in this U.S. state North Carolina
#4117, aired 2002-06-25HURRICANE NAMES $800: Not a nanny from Flushing, it's the hurricane that flushed North Carolina but good in 1996 Fran
#4087, aired 2002-05-14BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $800: A New Bern, North Carolina pharmacist invented this drink in 1898, claiming it cured dyspepsia Pepsi (or Pepsi-Cola)
#4052, aired 2002-03-26STATE BIRDS $600: South Carolina's state bird is the Carolina wren, but this redbird is the state bird of North Carolina the cardinal
#4050, aired 2002-03-22BASKETBALL COACHES $400: In 1997 Adolph Rupp's record of 876 wins with Kentucky was broken by this southern school's Dean Smith UNC (University of North Carolina)
#4048, aired 2002-03-20MARINE'S LIFE $1200: Many Marines attend infantry school at Camp Lejeune in this state North Carolina
#4020, aired 2002-02-08U.S. CITIES $500 (Daily Double): This state capital was named for an English explorer who died in 1618 Raleigh (North Carolina)
#3992, aired 2002-01-01HEAD NORTH $400: Michael Jordan wore number 23 for this university North Carolina
#3970, aired 2001-11-30COMPANY HISTORIES $3,000 (Daily Double): In 1893 George Brown & this man formed a partnership in Winston-Salem, North Carolina Robert Williamson
#3964, aired 2001-11-22ACCENT ON ENGLAND $800: This North Carolina-born "Hannibal" actress donned an English accent for "An Ideal Husband" Julianne Moore
#3955, aired 2001-11-09COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: If you're walking around this Durham, North Carolina university, watch out for gargoyles like the one seen here Duke
#3940, aired 2001-10-19U.K. DEPENDENCIES $100: This archipelago east of North Carolina is now self-governing under P.M. Jennifer Smith Bermuda
#3935, aired 2001-10-12STATE BORDERS $500: North Carolina & West Virginia Virginia
#3919, aired 2001-09-20"D" TOUR $1,600 (Daily Double): About 20 miles northwest of Raleigh, this city is also home to North Carolina Central University Durham
#3918, aired 2001-09-19THE 13 COLONIES $100: On April 12, 1776, this future "Tar Heel State" became the first colony to instruct its delegates to vote for independence North Carolina
#3896, aired 2001-07-09WATCH THIS SPACE $400: Using data from the Chandra X-ray telescope, 3 teens in North Carolina discovered one of these spinning neutron stars Pulsar
#3893, aired 2001-07-04THE FLAG $800: In 2001 this U.S. state adopted a new flag incorporating 5 old flags & a tiny Confederate battle emblem Georgia
#3837, aired 2001-04-17CALL ME SMITTY $800: In the Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame, this former University of North Carolina coach is the only Smith Dean Smith
#3826, aired 2001-04-02EARLY AMERICA $600: A British Navy crew killed this notorious pirate off North Carolina in 1718 Blackbeard (Edward Teach)
#3815, aired 2001-03-16"GREEN" THINGS $800: Oh yes, this North Carolina city was the birthplace of O. Henry Greensboro
#3807, aired 2001-03-06"E" DOCK $300: We recognize this senator from North Carolina who chaired the Watergate Committee Sam Ervin
#3807, aired 2001-03-06OLD HICKORY $200: In 1787 Jackson set up his office to practice this in McLeansville, North Carolina Law
#3785, aired 2001-02-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: The Okefenokee Swamp covers nearly 700 square miles in these 2 states Florida & Georgia
#3785, aired 2001-02-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: 1 of 2 capes in North Carolina that have been designated national seashores Hatteras & Lookout
#3778, aired 2001-01-24U.S. CITIES $400: Women outnumber men in this North Carolina city named for the wife of King George III Charlotte
#3757, aired 2000-12-26"NORTH" POLL $200: The 2 U.S. states with north in their names North Carolina & North Dakota
#3744, aired 2000-12-07ARCHAEOLOGY $500: In 1999 this university in Chapel Hill returned excavated human remains to the Cherokee nation North Carolina
#3709, aired 2000-10-19AMERICA $1000: This state's 6,680-foot Mount Mitchell is the highest point east of the Mississippi River North Carolina
#3689, aired 2000-09-21STATES' MOST POPULOUS CITIES $200: North Carolina: Pop. 396,000 Charlotte
#3671, aired 2000-07-17LITERARY HODGEPODGE $400: Ellen Glasgow set her novel "Barren Ground" in the Piedmont area of this, her home state Virginia
#3652, aired 2000-06-20COMMUNITY COLLEGES $500: Cape Cod Community College is in Massachusetts; Cape Fear Community College is in this state North Carolina
#3640, aired 2000-06-02U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: The highest peaks in this colorful mountain range of the Appalachian system lie in North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains
#3637, aired 2000-05-30TELL IT TO THE MARINES $200: Ground troops are based at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina & this camp near San Diego Camp Pendleton
#3634, aired 2000-05-25AMERICANA $200: On its north, this state borders Tennessee; on its east, the Atlantic Ocean Georgia
#3632, aired 2000-05-23LICENSE PLATE MOTTOS $800: "First in Flight" North Carolina
#3615, aired 2000-04-28ANAGRAMMED U.S. CITIES $800: A fun town for sports fans: CHORTLE AT, North Carolina Charlotte
#3595, aired 2000-03-31HOMES, SWEET HOMES $600: This North Carolina estate seen here wasn't "Vanderbilt" in a day: Biltmore
#3589, aired 2000-03-23HYPHENATES $900 (Daily Double): It's the seat of Forsyth County, North Carolina Winston-Salem
#3578, aired 2000-03-08GIMME AN "F" $200: North Carolina was hit hard by this hurricane that shares its name with Mayberry's barber Floyd
#3572, aired 2000-02-29LIGHTHOUSES $800: Due to constant soil erosion, this North Carolina cape's lighthouse, the USA's tallest, was moved Hatteras
#3566, aired 2000-02-21FOOTBALL $800 (Daily Double): In 1995 this expansion team played its first season's home games at Clemson Carolina Panthers
#3537, aired 2000-01-11LOST $500: Performed annually in North Carolina, "The Lost Colony" is an outdoor drama about this lost colony Roanoke Island
#3535, aired 2000-01-07STATES BY TOWN $300: New Bern, Asheboro, Asheville North Carolina
#3526, aired 1999-12-27PRESIDENTIAL FACTS $300: The last president born in North Carolina, he served until 1869 Andrew Johnson
#3520, aired 1999-12-17BEASTLY GEOGRAPHY $300: In 1903 Wilbur & Orville flew to new heights near this city Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
#3519, aired 1999-12-16USA $500: At Carowinds theme park, the Thunder Road roller coaster careens through both of these adjoining states North & South Carolina
#3431, aired 1999-07-05CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS $500: North Carolina's long, meandering "I-85 District" has been called an example of this tactic named for a politician gerrymandering
#3422, aired 1999-06-22STATE FAIR SITES $500: Cherry Hill New Jersey
#3420, aired 1999-06-18STATE OBJECTS $400: This being North Carolina's precious stone may turn other states green with envy Emerald
#3392, aired 1999-05-11SWING TIME! $400: These North Carolina swingers take their name from a peanut-flavored candy Squirrel Nut Zippers
#3390, aired 1999-05-07MICHAEL JORDAN $300: It's the alma mater that retired Michael's No. 23 jersey University of North Carolina
#3353, aired 1999-03-17COLLEGE SPORTS NICKNAMES $1000: The mascot seen here supports this North Carolina school's Demon Deacons sports teams Wake Forest
#3341, aired 1999-03-01COLLEGE TOWNS $1000: Duke University Durham, North Carolina
#3321, aired 1999-02-011776 $1000: "First In Freedom", this U.S. colony was first to authorize its delegates to vote for independence North Carolina
#3297, aired 1998-12-29THE CAROLINAS $100: North Carolina supplied 1/4 of the casualties to the losing side in this war Civil War
#3296, aired 1998-12-28NOTORIOUS $800: Divers recently found cannons off North Carolina that they believe are from his ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge Blackbeard
#3270, aired 1998-11-20THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES $1000: With Raleigh & Durham, it forms North Carolina's "Research Triangle" Chapel Hill
#3233, aired 1998-09-30PLAYING POLITICS $400: Harvey Gantt, Charlotte's first black mayor, has twice lost to this man for a North Carolina senate seat Jesse Helms
#3224, aired 1998-09-17INVENTORS $500: He developed his "tensegrity" structures in the 1940s while teaching at Black Mountain College in North Carolina Buckminster Fuller (geodesic dome)
#3224, aired 1998-09-17LITERATURE $1000: Though not in travel brochures, Erskine Caldwell's "Tobacco Road" is located in this state Georgia
#3202, aired 1998-06-30AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $400: Its state song is "The Old North State" North Carolina
#3197, aired 1998-06-23U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1000: This 6,684-foot peak in western North Carolina is the highest U.S. point east of the Mississippi River Mount Mitchell
#3186, aired 1998-06-08THE BALD TRUTH $200: 1985's NBA Rookie of the Year, he played college ball at North Carolina Michael Jordan
#3186, aired 1998-06-08U.S. CITIES $800: This queen city is home to the Carolina Panthers Charlotte, North Carolina
#3165, aired 1998-05-08COLLEGE ATHLETICS $400: From 1962 through 1997, this North Carolina men's basketball coach had an NCAA record 879 wins Dean Smith
#3152, aired 1998-04-21COACHES $400: The dean of college basketball coaches, he retired in 1997 after 36 years at North Carolina Dean Smith
#3137, aired 1998-03-31ANIMALS ON THE MAP $200: This North Carolina beach village with a 4-letter name really is all it's "quacked" up to be Duck
#3123, aired 1998-03-11WHEN $300: The Wright Bros. made their first powered flight on December 17, 1903, near this village Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
#3120, aired 1998-03-06VIRGINIA DARE $1000: Despite Virginia Dare's first name, Roanoke Island, her birthplace, is now part of this state North Carolina
#3093, aired 1998-01-28AMERICANA $200: Appropriately, tar was one of the first products made in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#3055, aired 1997-12-05U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: Look out for Capes Lookout, Hatteras & Fear when sailing along this state's coast North Carolina
#3026, aired 1997-10-27AMERICAN FOOD $100: The meat cooked in these pits is generally beef in Texas but pork in North Carolina barbeque
#3003, aired 1997-09-24POLITICIANS $800: This champion stock-car racer lost the 1996 race for North Carolina's Secretary of State Richard Petty
#2996, aired 1997-09-15ARCHAEOLOGY $1000: In November 1996 remains believed to be this pirate's ship were found off North Carolina Blackbeard
#2970, aired 1997-06-27ANNUAL EVENTS $1000: Spivey's Corner near Fayetteville in this state is the site of the National Hollerin' Contest each June North Carolina
#2958, aired 1997-06-11COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: In 1924 Trinity College in Durham, North Carolina was renamed this, after a benefactor Duke University
#2950, aired 1997-05-30AMERICAN HISTORY $500: In 1960 black sit-ins at segregated lunch counters started in Greensboro in this state North Carolina
#2942, aired 1997-05-20U.S. CITIES $300: New Bern, one of North Carolina's oldest cities, is named for this country's capital Switzerland
#2941, aired 1997-05-19MUSEUMS $400: A Kenly, North Carolina museum is devoted to the history & economic impact of this crop Tobacco
#2906, aired 1997-03-31MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL $500: Nickname of the Durham, North Carolina minor league team in a 1988 movie & in real life Bulls
#2871, aired 1997-02-10U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1000: This 'bleak" swamp covers about 750 square miles in Virginia & North Carolina the Great Dismal Swamp
#2863, aired 1997-01-29HISTORY $300: In 1718 the British tracked down & killed this "dark" pirate in a North Carolina inlet Blackbeard
#2854, aired 1997-01-16U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1,500 (Daily Double): The Cape Fear River, one of this state's longest, is formed by the Deep & Haw Rivers North Carolina
#2846, aired 1997-01-06AMERICAN HISTORY $600: Until the late 1840s, this largest North Carolina city was the USA's chief source of gold Charlotte
#2806, aired 1996-11-11ANNUAL EVENTS $600: Wright Brothers Day, Dec. 17, celebrates the pair's flight near this North Carolina village Kitty Hawk
#2787, aired 1996-10-15ANNUAL EVENTS $300: Scottish highland games take place every summer at North Carolina's Grandfather Mountain in this range Blue Ridge Mountains
#2778, aired 1996-10-02THE RANGE $500: 3000' above sea level, a famous "Parkway" extends 450 miles in this Virginia- North Carolina range the Blue Ridge Parkway
#2769, aired 1996-09-19STATE CAPITALS $1000: North Carolina's "Research Triangle" is bounded by Durham, Chapel Hill & this capital city Raleigh
#2748, aired 1996-07-10AMERICAN POTPOURRI $200: This family had a 70-room mansion in Newport & a chateau, the Biltmore, in North Carolina the Vanderbilts
#2728, aired 1996-06-12U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: These mountains on the Tennessee-North Carolina border are named for the haze that hangs over them the Great Smoky Mountains
#2714, aired 1996-05-23COUNTIES $300: Orange, Greene, Durham North Carolina
#2709, aired 1996-05-16PARKS $1000: This lofty park in North Carolina & Tennessee has been designated a biosphere reserve Great Smoky Mountain
#2686, aired 1996-04-15U.S. SKYSCRAPERS $500: NationsBank Corporate Center towers 871 feet over this city, North Carolina's largest Charlotte
#2683, aired 1996-04-10U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: The easternmost point of this state's Outer Banks is on Cape Hatteras National Seashore North Carolina
#2669, aired 1996-03-21MUSICAL THEATRE $400: "King Mackerel & The Blues Are Running" is a musical revue set in the Outer Banks of this state North Carolina
#2647, aired 1996-02-20U.S. GEOGRAPHY $800: At 6,643 feet, Clingman's Dome in the Great Smoky Mountains is this state's highest point Tennessee
#2612, aired 1996-01-02TRAVEL U.S.A. $400: You can take guided tours of poet Carl Sandburg's home in Flat Rock in this "Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#2612, aired 1996-01-02TRAVEL U.S.A. $600: Greenville in this state is the home of the annual Delta Blues Festival Mississippi
#2518, aired 1995-07-12MUSEUMS $500: The American Decorative Arts Tour is a feature of the Winterthur Museum near Wilmington in this state Delaware
#2518, aired 1995-07-12THE CIVIL WAR $400: The Army of the James River was created in 1864 out of the Department of this state & North Carolina Virginia
#2517, aired 1995-07-11FLAGS $200: Its state flag has a white star placed between the yellow letters N & C North Carolina
#2484, aired 1995-05-25U.S.A. $400: North Carolina's "Triad" is made up of the cities of High Point, Greensboro & this hyphenated one Winston-Salem
#2471, aired 1995-05-08U.S.A. $200: Tar Heels know its state motto is "Esse Quam Videri" — to be rather than to seem North Carolina
#2466, aired 1995-05-01MEMORIALS $400: A national memorial to this pair is located in North Carolina's Kill Devil Hills Wright Brothers
#2381, aired 1995-01-02STATE CAPITALS $100: It's named for Sir Walter Raleigh, North Carolina
#2353, aired 1994-11-23ISLANDS $600: Until 1946, automobiles were banned from this British crown colony, 650 miles from North Carolina Bermuda
#2307, aired 1994-09-20AUTHORS $400: Thomas Wolfe was born in North Carolina & Tom Wolfe was born in this state directly north of North Carolina Virginia
#2292, aired 1994-07-19ANNUAL EVENTS $600: A popular October event in North Carolina is the Mello Yello 500 auto race in this city Charlotte
#2245, aired 1994-05-13THE 1990s $600: Former Duke Univ. President Terry Sanford lost his Senate reelection bid from this state in 1992 North Carolina
#2230, aired 1994-04-22U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: This cape is the easternmost point of North Carolina's Outer Banks Cape Hatteras
#2188, aired 1994-02-23THE 50 STATES $600 (Daily Double): Roanoke Island, now in this state, was the site of the first English settlement in North America North Carolina
#2173, aired 1994-02-02COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $500: In 1924 Trinity College of Durham, North Carolina changed its name to this Duke
#2161, aired 1994-01-17NATIONAL MEMORIALS $800: A memorial shaft of granite atop this state's Kill Devil Hill honors the Wright brothers' achievements North Carolina
#2124, aired 1993-11-25NATIONAL PARKS $800: A gift from John D. Rockefeller, Jr. helped establish this park in North Carolina & Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains
#2112, aired 1993-11-09U. S. A. $400: This "Tar Heel State" is also nicknamed "The Old North State" North Carolina
#2061, aired 1993-07-19ANIMALS $400: This state bird of North Carolina is also called the redbird a cardinal
#2046, aired 1993-06-28TRAVEL U.S.A. $1,000 (Daily Double): There's a 256-acre botanical garden on the grounds of Clemson University in this state South Carolina
#2006, aired 1993-05-03STATE CAPITALS $300: This North Carolina city celebrated its 200th birthday in 1992 Raleigh
#1944, aired 1993-02-04CAPES $1,000 (Daily Double): North Carolina's southernmost point received this name because sailors dreaded the dangerous waters nearby Cape Fear
#1896, aired 1992-11-30U.S. HISTORY $300: In 1870 William Holden of this Tar Heel State became the 1st governor to be impeached North Carolina
#1856, aired 1992-10-05THE SOUTH $1000: The first chair factory in Thomasville in this state opened around 1870 North Carolina
#1833, aired 1992-07-15POLITICIANS $800: This North Carolina senator once gave conservative editorials on WRAL-TV in Raleigh Jesse Helms
#1829, aired 1992-07-09ISLANDS $600: This British colony off North Carolina is also known as the Somers Islands Bermuda
#1799, aired 1992-05-28COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: Duke University is in North Carolina & Duquesne University is in this state Pennsylvania
#1794, aired 1992-05-21COLORFUL WORDS & PHRASES $600: Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina is one of the highest peaks in this Appalachian range the Blue Ridge
#1765, aired 1992-04-10REPUBLICANS $1,200 (Daily Double): In 1972 he became North Carolina's first Republican Senator in the 20th century Jesse Helms
#1732, aired 1992-02-25GEMS & JEWELRY $100: A few of these green gems are mined near Stony Point, North Carolina emeralds
#1731, aired 1992-02-24STATE NICKNAMES $200: "The Tar Heel State" North Carolina
#1696, aired 1992-01-06U.S. CITIES $400: This largest city in North Carolina was named for the wife of King George III Charlotte
#1676, aired 1991-12-09NATIONAL PARKS $800: On Labor Day, 1940 F.D.R. dedicated this mountain peak on the North Carolina-Tennessee border Great Smoky National Park
#1643, aired 1991-10-23U.S.A. $400: Manteo, seat of North Carolina's Dare County is on this island Roanoke
#1623, aired 1991-09-2520th CENTURY AUTHORS $1000: Thomas Wolfe was born in 1900 & entered the University of this, his native state, at age 15 North Carolina
#1524, aired 1991-03-28ISLANDS $400: This British colony lies about 600 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina Bermuda
#1498, aired 1991-02-20COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1000: This town with a religious-sounding name is home to the main campus of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
#1494, aired 1991-02-141990 MOVIES $200: Though set in the sewers of New York City, almost all of it was filmed in North Carolina Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
#1347, aired 1990-06-12COUNTIES $600: North Carolina has the only county named for this first English child born in America Virginia Dare
#1346, aired 1990-06-11U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: Mt. Mitchell near Asheville in this state's Black Mountains is the highest peak east of the Mississippi River North Carolina
#1344, aired 1990-06-07THE BLUE & THE GRAY $300: After destroying Georgia, Sherman's troops went north to ravage this state South Carolina
#1312, aired 1990-04-24GOLDEN OLDIES $400: New Jersey & North Carolina each have a Surf City, but California, home of this "Surf City" duo, doesn't Jan & Dean
#1307, aired 1990-04-17U.S. STATES $1000: This state ceded Tennessee to the U.S. in 1784, then reclaimed it & ceded it again in 1789 North Carolina
#1283, aired 1990-03-14U.S. GEOGRAPHY $100: Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill are the 3 apexes of this state's famed Research Triangle North Carolina
#1260, aired 1990-02-09THE SOUTH $600: The First Flight Inn is in this state, as you might expect North Carolina (near Kitty Hawk)
#1238, aired 1990-01-10COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: James K. Polk went to this "tarheel university" University of North Carolina
#1236, aired 1990-01-08U.S. HISTORY $400: This state recently marked the 400th anniversary of the English settlement on Roanoke Island North Carolina
#1167, aired 1989-10-03FLOWERS $800: The annual April Azalea Festival is a tourist attraction in Wilmington in this state, not Delaware North Carolina
#1150, aired 1989-09-08U.S.A. $400: Smurfs frolic on Smurf Island at Carowinds, an amusement park on the border of these 2 states North & South Carolina
#1142, aired 1989-07-18MOUNTAINS $1000: The highest peaks east of the Mississippi are in the Blue Ridge Range in this state North Carolina
#1128, aired 1989-06-28WORLD GEOGRAPHY $1000: Bermuda lies some 570 miles east of this U.S. state, the nearest point of land North Carolina
#1125, aired 1989-06-23U.S.A. $1000: This southeast state is fringed by a long chain of sandbars called the Outer Banks North Carolina
#1085, aired 1989-04-28GEOGRAPHIC CAPES $800: If you sail from Cape Fear to Cape Lookout to Cape Hatteras, you've gone along this state's coast North Carolina
#1084, aired 1989-04-27TENNESSEE $1000: Almost all of present-day Tennessee originally belonged to this state, now its eastern neighbor North Carolina
#1045, aired 1989-03-03MOVIES $200: An '88 film about a North Carolina minor league baseball team & a brand of cut tobacco share this name Bull Durham
#1033, aired 1989-02-15STATE NAMES $200: Previously named for France's Charles IX, these 2 states were renamed for England's Charles I North & South Carolina
#1016, aired 1989-01-23U.S. CITIES $400: This North Carolina city celebrated the 75th anniversary of its hyphen in 1988 Winston-Salem
#996, aired 1988-12-26U.S.A. $200: Postal abbreviations include NC for North Carolina, SC for South Carolina & DC for this District of Columbia
#973, aired 1988-11-23AMERICAN INDIANS $400: The Western Band of this tribe is now in Oklahoma, & the Eastern Band in North Carolina Cherokee
#963, aired 1988-11-09STATE POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $800: They're the two states whose postal abbreviations end with the letter "C" North & South Carolina (NC & SC)
#958, aired 1988-11-02TELEVISION $400: The pilot of this show, set in North Carolina, played as part of "The Danny Thomas Show" in 1960 The Andy Griffith Show
#958, aired 1988-11-02TRAVEL & TOURISM $100: You can visit this sport's hall of fame on PGA Blvd. in Pinehurst, North Carolina golf
#956, aired 1988-10-31THE CAROLINAS $800: These, on the Tennessee-North Carolina border, were named for the haze hanging over them the Great Smoky Mountains
#956, aired 1988-10-31THE CAROLINAS $1000: Gov. John White of North Carolina was grandfather of this 1st English child born in the Americas Virginia Dare
#955, aired 1988-10-28UNIVERSITY TOWNS $600: Chapel Hill University of North Carolina
#931, aired 1988-09-26U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: The waters off Cape Hatteras in this state have been called "the graveyard of the Atlantic" North Carolina
#895, aired 1988-06-24SPORTSCASTERS $100: He was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina & quit "Monday Night Football" 64 years later Howard Cosell
#880, aired 1988-06-03U.S. CITIES $200: In North Carolina, it's the biggest port city; in Delaware, it's the biggest city of all Wilmington
#862, aired 1988-05-10SOUTH CAROLINA $1000: This South Carolina-born g-man went north to trap John Dillinger Melvin Purvis
#847, aired 1988-04-19NORTH CAROLINA $200: Blowing Rock is called "the only place in the world where snow falls" this way up
#847, aired 1988-04-19NORTH CAROLINA $400: It took place at Kill Devil Hill on December 17, 1903 the first man-powered flight
#847, aired 1988-04-19NORTH CAROLINA $600: In 1585, the 1st English colony in America settled on this island, now part of North Carolina Roanoke
#847, aired 1988-04-19NORTH CAROLINA $800: This philanthropic tobacco family made Durham a major educational & medical center Duke
#847, aired 1988-04-19NORTH CAROLINA $1000: Indian actors star in "Unto These Hills", an outdoor drama based on this tribe's tragic history Cherokee
#794, aired 1988-02-04HISTORICAL DRAMA $600: Southern state famed for its outdoor drama "The Lost Colony", staged every summer on Roanoke Island North Carolina
#778, aired 1988-01-13U.S. STATES $400: This state produces more tobacco products than all other U.S. states combined North Carolina
#776, aired 1988-01-11SEE THE USA $500: You can "Go Home Again" to see this author's boyhood home in Asheville, North Carolina Thomas Wolfe
#776, aired 1988-01-11THIS IS JEOPARDY! $500 (Daily Double): Voice heard here on the debut show March 30, 1964: "And now, entering the studio are today's contestants--this is Mrs. Mary Eubanks, a housewife from Candor, North Carolina..." Don Pardo
#761, aired 1987-12-21AUTHORS $1000: Born in North Carolina, this accused embezzler fled to Honduras & later became "O. Henry" William Sydney Porter
#726, aired 1987-11-02IN THE OCEAN $800: In May 1987, archaeologists began a study of this Union ship sunk 16.8 mi. off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina Monitor
#718, aired 1987-10-21FURNITURE $800: High Point, in this southern state, is often called the furniture capital of the world North Carolina
#668, aired 1987-07-01THE CIVIL WAR $1000: In 1862 the Union seized Roanoke Island, New Bern, & Ft. Macon, gaining control of this state's coast North Carolina
#658, aired 1987-06-17U.S. STATES $1000: Part of the Black Mountains, Mt. Mitchell in this state is highest point in U.S. east of the Mississippi North Carolina
#618, aired 1987-04-22U.S. STATES $300: 1 of 3 states which border Virginia & share its state bird, the Cardinal West Virginia (or Kentucky or North Carolina)
#607, aired 1987-04-07COLONIAL AMERICA $800: During Colonial period, present-day Tennessee was part of this colony North Carolina
#607, aired 1987-04-07NYC AUTHORS $400: Tho he "looked homeward" to North Carolina, he lived in NYC because "You Can't Go Home Again" Thomas Wolfe
#560, aired 1987-01-30ISLANDS $200: Kitty Hawk site of the Wright Bros. 1st airplane flight, is on Bodie Island in this state North Carolina
#526, aired 1986-12-15ORGANIZATIONS $600: Of Morehead City, N.C., Baldwin, N.Y. or Harrison, Ar., home to the Bald-Headed Men of America Morehead City
#506, aired 1986-11-17STATE FLOWERS $300: To protect this state's flower, they might post signs reading "Keep your tarheels off the dogwood" North Carolina
#410, aired 1986-04-04TEXTILES $1,000 (Daily Double): 2 of 3 adjacent southern states which are the 3 leading textile producers (2 of) North Carolina, South Carolina (or Georgia)
#311, aired 1985-11-18SMOKING $100: Both North Carolina's capital & a brand of cigarettes are named for him Sir Walter Raleigh
#295, aired 1985-10-25NORTH CAROLINA $200: Fayetteville was 1st American city named for this Revolutionary War hero Marquis de Lafayette
#295, aired 1985-10-25NORTH CAROLINA $400: With a population of over 115,000, this Army base could be called North Carolina's 4th-largest city Fort Bragg
#295, aired 1985-10-25NORTH CAROLINA $1000: For over 25 years he published a unique newspaper, "The Carolina Israelite" in Charlotte Harry Golden
#271, aired 1985-09-23SOUTH CAROLINA $400: South Carolina is bordered by only this many other states 2 (North Carolina & Georgia)
#160, aired 1985-04-19REPUBLICANS $200: In '84, Jesse Helms won costliest senate race in U.S. history in this state North Carolina

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (26 results returned)

#7814, aired 2018-07-26FAMOUS NAMES: Almost 100 when he died in 2018, this North Carolina man became just the 4th private citizen to lie in honor at the U.S. Capitol Billy Graham
#7230, aired 2016-02-05U.S. PRESIDENTS: He was the only 20th century president who never delivered an inaugural address President Ford
#7170, aired 2015-11-13GREEK MYTHOLOGY: Famous mother of Pyrrha, who survived the Great Flood & with her husband repopulated the Earth Pandora
#7169, aired 2015-11-12ARTISTS' SUBJECTS: The woman seen here, who was born in North Carolina & died in England in 1881, was the subject of this painting Whistler's Mother (Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1)
#6667, aired 2013-09-17U.S. PLACES: A logo on this town's website includes its incorporation date, 1981, as well as the historic date December 17, 1903 Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
#6610, aired 2013-05-17THE CIVIL WAR: The last of the 11 Southern states to secede from the Union, it borders 6 of them Tennessee
#6551, aired 2013-02-25AMERICAN AUTHORS: In 1925 she visited a floating theater docked in North Carolina to research her next novel Edna Ferber
#6361, aired 2012-04-23AMERICAN HISTORY: This state is known as the "Cockpit of the Revolution" for all the battles there, including a pivotal one in December 1776 New Jersey
#6117, aired 2011-03-29COASTAL STATES: With 301 miles, it has the most coastline of current states that were part of the 13 original colonies North Carolina
#5920, aired 2010-05-14THE 50 STATES: It's the only state from which rainwater flows to the Pacific, the Atlantic & Hudson Bay Montana
#5788, aired 2009-11-11THE WORLD AFTER WWII: This peninsula was divided when Japan surrendered to the U.S. below the 38th parallel & to the Soviet Union north of it the Korean Peninsula
#5142, aired 2007-01-09THE 50 STATES: Between 1990 & 2004, its pop. grew 36%, edging Florida for the highest growth rate of any state east of Colorado Georgia
#4875, aired 2005-11-18WORLD CAPITALS: Pizarro founded this city whose present name is from a Quechua word meaning "talker" Lima, Peru
#4870, aired 2005-11-1120th CENTURY U.S. PRESIDENTS: His mother, Louise, said, "I do not want my son to be president... his is a judicial mind and he loves the law" William Howard Taft
#4865, aired 2005-11-04PRECIOUS METALS: The largest single accumulation of gold known, about $90 billion from several countries, is found in this U.S. state New York
#4714, aired 2005-02-17AMERICAN WRITERS: These 2 writers of lavish prose, born in North Carolina & Virginia 30 years apart, have the same first & last name Thomas Wolfe & Tom Wolfe
#4702, aired 2005-02-0119th CENTURY LITERATURE: "The Pastor and His Parishioner" is Chapter 17 of this classic novel The Scarlet Letter
#4271, aired 2003-03-10U.S. COINS: These 2 states both have airplanes from the 20th century's first decade on their quarters North Carolina & Ohio (as a tribute to the Wright Brothers)
#3983, aired 2001-12-19STATE NICKNAME ORIGINS: One popular story is that men of this state fought so stalwartly it seemed their feet were stuck to the ground North Carolina
#3956, aired 2001-11-12THE EARLY 20th CENTURY: A 1904 issue of Popular Science Monthly reported their success in North Carolina the previous year the Wright Brothers
#3614, aired 2000-04-27STATE NAME ORIGINS: 3 of the 4 states whose names come from the first names of European kings (3 of) Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina & South Carolina
#2704, aired 1996-05-09U.S. CITIES: This North Carolina city was the 1st in the U.S. to name itself after the Marquis de Lafayette Fayetteville
#2111, aired 1993-11-08THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR: The first battle of the war took place April 19, 1775 in what's now this state Massachusetts
#1015, aired 1989-01-20U.S. STATES: This state's current license plate has a biplane pictured on it North Carolina
#894, aired 1988-06-23COLONIAL AMERICA: This So. colony w/rich neighbors was called "a vale of humility between 2 mountains of conceit" North Carolina
#877, aired 1988-05-31BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: More than half the free world's commercial jetliners have been assembled in this U.S. state Washington

Players (259 results returned)

Bob Watts, a poet from Taylorsville, North Carolina Season 21 player (2004-09-07). KJL game 40. Bob won $125,000 on...
Grace Thomas, an 11-year-old sixth grader from Raleigh, North Carolina "This captain of the Brain-Bowl team can name all the countries...
Tom McCudden, a law student from Durham, North Carolina Season 21 1-time champion: $40,600 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Muskrat
Val Nieman, a college professor and writer from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 21 player (2005-01-05).
Caitlin Cook, a sophomore from Arden, North Carolina 2005 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Bernard Holloway, a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from Chapel Hill, North Carolina "He was a 2002 Teen Champion. He's now a sophomore at...
Jay Rosenberg, a college professor from Chapel Hill, North Carolina "After winning 5 times in 1985, he became the moderator for...
Phoebe Juel, a bookseller from Sylva, North Carolina "She won the 1993 College Championship while attending Grinnell College. Today...
Betsy Schiltz, a graduate student from Durham, North Carolina Season 14 player (1997-09-09).
Cindy Jacques, a school librarian from Franklin, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-04-30).
Deanna Easter, a culinary student from Morehead City, North Carolina Season 21 player (2005-06-29).
Kem Herding, a homemaker and freelance editor from Highlands, North Carolina Season 21 player (2005-07-12).
Ellyn Ritterskamp, a prepress technician and ethics instructor from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 21 player (2005-07-20). Won $32,000 on Who Wants To Be...
Andy Gould, a stockbroker from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 6 player (1989-12-29).
Caleb Whitaker, an executive recruiter from Asheville, North Carolina Season 22 player (2005-09-27).
Michael Marion, a graduate student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 12 player (1996-01-24).
Christopher Chilton, a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from Holly Springs, North Carolina 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Christopher won $5,000 on Who Wants...
Malisha Butts, a senior at North Carolina Central University from Durham, North Carolina 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Ben Goldman, a sophomore at New York University from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 2005 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Son of Season 17 1-time champion Marjorie Goldman.
Peter Ellis, a senior at North Carolina State University from Cary, North Carolina 2005 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000.
Chelsea He, a sophomore at Duke University from Raleigh, North Carolina 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Last name pronounced like "HEE".
Anna Allie, a junior at the University of Michigan at Dearborn from Dearborn, Michigan 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Barbara Jackson, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 13 player (1996-12-23). Not to be confused with Season 3...
Scott Miskimon, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 13 player (1997-01-13).
Chad Curtis, a satellite news producer from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 13 player (1997-01-24).
Robert Bethard, a registered nurse from Asheville, North Carolina Season 22 player (2005-12-30).
Deb Abbey, a substitute teacher from Patterson, North Carolina Season 14 player (1997-09-17).
Peter Higgins, a graduate student from Durham, North Carolina Season 13 player (1997-06-06).
Lee Morgan, a voice teacher & accountant from Winston-Salem, North Carolina Season 13 player (1997-06-16).
Roger Antaki, an Airborne infantry man from Fort Bragg, North Carolina Season 13 player (1997-06-20).
Jacob Collins, a twelve-year-old seventh-grader from Charlotte, North Carolina 2003 Holiday Kids Week player (2003-01-08).
Katie Clark, a choir accompanist from Gastonia, North Carolina Season 15 1-time champion: $7,600.
Anthony Alford, a software engineer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 17 player (2001-07-17).
Debbie Thomas, a graduate student from Tarboro, North Carolina Season 15 player (1998-11-05).
Carla Gonzalez, a judicial law clerk from Wilmington, North Carolina Season 15 player (1998-11-11).
Chip Hicks, a law student from North Augusta, South Carolina Season 15 player (1998-11-13).
Deborah Danzis, a college professor from High Point, North Carolina Season 15 2-time champion: $14,202.
Georgia Routsis Savas, a writer from Topsail Island, North Carolina Season 15 player (1998-12-09).
Karen Wallace-Meigs, a non-profit management consultant from Durham, North Carolina Season 19 player (2002-11-28).
Marc Singer, a teacher and theater professional from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 16 player (2000-07-07).
Kip Thompson, a fourth-year medical student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-01-15).
Robert Vinson, a director of network management from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 18 player (2002-05-22).
Mitchell Morris, a professor of musicology originally from Currituck County, North Carolina Season 18 player (2002-04-30).
Michelle Bondurant, a medical coordinator originally from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 22 1-time champion: $6,500 + $2,000. Michelle currently resides in Pasadena, California.
Hanna Miller, a fitness trainer and culinary historian from Asheville, North Carolina Season 22 player (2006-07-10). Articles written by Hanna can be found...
Ron White, a network engineer from Cary, North Carolina Season 18 1-time champion: $12,001.
Jennifer Czechowski, an English teacher from Fayetteville, North Carolina Season 23 player (2006-09-15).
Jennifer Rehmann, a junior from McGrady, North Carolina 1997-B Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Elesha Coffman, a graduate student from Durham, North Carolina Season 23 player (2006-10-19).
Jennifer Seiger, a singer and voice teacher from Cary, North Carolina Season 25 player (2009-02-11).
Seth McElvaney, a graduate student from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 13 player (1997-03-14).
Caroline Waddell Zarzar, a graduate student from Durham, North Carolina Season 23 player (2006-11-02).
Phoebe Juel, a College Tournament winner from Sylva, North Carolina 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Karen Evans, a photographer from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 18 player (2002-06-06).
Steve Gelder, a stand-up comedian from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 17 player (2001-04-04).
Dave Mills, a think tank director from Durham, North Carolina Season 23 player (2007-01-02).
JC Honeycutt, a fraud investigator and singer-songwriter from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 23 player (2007-01-15).
Bill Popper, a writer from Burnsville, North Carolina Season 18 player (2002-07-15).
David Honea, a junior from North Carolina State 1990 College Championship 1st runner-up: $10,000. Won $125,000 on Who Wants...
Bobby Padgett, an analytical chemist from Cramerton, North Carolina Season 18 1-time champion: $19,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: BLPadge2
Bill Alston, an accountant from Durham, North Carolina Season 18 2-time champion: $53,400. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: billbetsbadly
Carla Eastis, a sociology professor from Salisbury, North Carolina Season 23 player (2007-03-08).
Will Schultz, a freshman from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2007 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 19 at the time of the...
Susan Wessells, a writer from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 23 player (2007-05-23). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Weedlewom
Heather O'Neill, a program assistant from Tarboro, North Carolina Season 14 2-time champion: $12,800.
Ron Black, an attorney from Winston-Salem, North Carolina 1990 Super Jeopardy! quarterfinalist: $5,000. 1985 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 1 5-time champion: $47,401.
Pam Tyler, a professor of history from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 14 1-time champion: $10,600.
Jennifer Gossett, a band director from North Charleston, South Carolina Season 23 player (2007-07-06).
Marguerite Hester, a computer trainer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 14 player (1998-07-13).
Jennifer Gaspar Schreiner, an opera singer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 24 player (2007-09-17).
Heather Mathewson Rainville, a business analyst from Pittsboro, North Carolina Season 24 1-time champion: $21,900 + $1,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD Home Game System.
Andy Kingsbury, a radio producer from Winterville, North Carolina Season 24 1-time champion: $9,199 + $2,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD Home Game System.
Eddie White, a computer programmer from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 24 player (2008-01-10).
Rebecca Knickmeyer, a psychobiologist from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 24 1-time champion: $20,001 + $1,000.
Andrew Sprouse, a historic preservationist from Durham, North Carolina Season 24 player (2008-01-29). Andrew wore a bow tie in his...
Laura Bowen, an upper-school history teacher from Wilmington, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-03-08).
Catherine Arnold, a Ph.D. student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-03-09).
Brian Keenan, a paratrooper from Fort Bragg, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-03-25).
Amy McEntee, an attorney from Durham, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-03-31).
Kevin Knight, a lecturer from Wilmington, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-04-06).
Beth Looney, a fundraiser from Cornelius, North Carolina Season 15 player (1999-04-15).
Katie Halliday, a junior from Raleigh, North Carolina 1999-A Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000.
Heather Vance, a mastering technician from Asheville, North Carolina Season 24 player (2008-05-26).
Alonzo Alexander, a teacher originally from Norlina, North Carolina Season 24 player (2008-06-03).
Kathy White, a teacher from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 4 player (1987-12-10).
Keith Parrish, a social studies teacher from Goldsboro, North Carolina Season 19 1-time champion: $29,801 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Kroxquo
Kurt Davies, a waiter from Carrboro, North Carolina Season 25 player (2008-09-08).
A.V. Greene, a project manager from Durham, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-07-17).
Carl Brandt, an investor originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $70,799...
David Skaar, a research scientist from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 25 3-time champion: $102,000 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Amy Flynn, a freelance illustrator from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-04-23).
Cory Bean, a pediatric resident from Greenville, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-03-26).
Barbara Long, a certified dog trainer from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-03-27).
Andy Vandiver, a director of operations from McLeansville, North Carolina Season 19 2-time champion: $44,201 + $1,000.
Doris Click, a high school Spanish teacher from Durham, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-04-09).
Haley Batz, a senior from Charlotte, North Carolina 2008-B Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. Last name pronounced like "BOTS". Jeopardy!...
Amanda Potocky, a senior clinical data coordinator from Cary, North Carolina Season 19 3-time champion: $38,200 + $2,000.
Rose Pate, a high school librarian from Pittsboro, North Carolina Season 25 player (2008-11-28).
Michele Frankl, a volunteer from Hendersonville, North Carolina Season 25 player (2008-12-04).
Penny Frisbie, a systems engineer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-01-14).
Peter Thurrell, a stagehand from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 19 player (2003-01-22).
Catherine Pritchard, a newspaper columnist from Fayetteville, North Carolina Season 19 player (2002-12-17).
Becky Cary, a graduate student from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 19 player (2002-12-26).
Jeff Lovingood, a middle school teacher from Jacksonville, North Carolina Season 19 2-time champion: $15,800 + $1,000.
Amanda Waterman, a software engineer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 19 player (2002-12-05).
Jeanie Welch, a retired librarian from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 25 2-time champion: $25,601 + $2,000.
Clay Brown, a Presbyterian pastor from Mooresville, North Carolina Season 25 player (2009-03-05).
Heather Menzel, a high school history teacher from South Fork, North Carolina Season 25 1-time champion: $15,599 + $1,000. Won $68,500 on Who...
Becky Anderson, a retired software specialist originally from Morganton, North Carolina Season 25 1-time champion: $16,401 + $2,000. Becky Anderson - A...
Liz Murphy, a foreign service officer originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 5-time champion: $121,302...
Thomas Citrano, a Marine Corps infantry officer originally from Jacksonville, Florida, now stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina Season 15/Armed Forces Week player (1999-06-30). Rank: First Lieutenant.
Stephen Stiegel, a high school English teacher from Elon, North Carolina Season 25 player (2009-05-27). Last name pronounced like "STEE-gul".
Ron Black, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina 1990 Super Jeopardy! quarterfinalist: $5,000. 1985 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 1 5-time champion: $47,401.
Elena Botella, an eleven-year-old from Charlotte, North Carolina "This future journalist loves to find answers, today, she'll have to...
Peter Wiscombe, a computer engineer from High Point, North Carolina Season 25 1-time champion: $16,799 + $2,000. Peter appeared as a...
Savannah Morgan, a 12-year-old from Charlotte, North Carolina "Her future recipe for success is as the star of her...
Andrew Bryson, a 12-year-old from Durham, North Carolina "He plays on the school soccer team, but he wins his...
Claxton Graham, a business analyst from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 26 player (2009-09-18). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: ClaxtonG
Andy Srinivasan, a high school science teacher from Garner, North Carolina 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $69,600...
Jenifer Thomas, a teacher assistant from Jacksonville, North Carolina Season 26 1-time champion: $13,400 + $2,000. Jenifer Thomas October 5,...
Dave Mackie, a software developer from Cary, North Carolina Season 26 player (2009-12-14).
Chris Matthews, a TV host from Hardball and The Chris Matthews Show "Once a presidential speechwriter, he's had his own political talk show...
Jayson Johnson, a systems analyst from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 26 player (2010-03-16).
Debbie Russell, a retired high school teacher from Mayodan, North Carolina Season 26 player (2010-04-12).
Patsy Chrysson, a computer programmer from Winston-Salem, North Carolina Season 26 player (2010-04-21). Last name pronounced like "CRY-son".
Andy Srinivasan, a high school science teacher from Clayton, North Carolina 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $69,600...
Dan Katz, an assistant professor of mathematics from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 26 player (2010-06-09). Not to be confused with Season 6...
Pamela Nelson, a newspaper copy editor and blogger from Clayton, North Carolina Season 26 player (2010-07-26). Pamela blogged about her Jeopardy! experience here.
Jelisa Castrodale, a sportswriter from Winston-Salem, North Carolina Season 27 1-time champion: $39,399 + $1,000. Name pronounced like "jell-EES-ah KASS-tro-dale".
Phyllis Grayson, a retired CPA from Huntersville, North Carolina Season 27 player (2010-09-28).
Diana North, a first grade teacher from Rock Hill, South Carolina "She recently celebrated her silver anniversary of teaching. From Rock Hill,...
Sam Spaulding, a sophomore from Yale University from Wilmington, North Carolina 2010-B College Championship 1st runner-up: $50,000 + a Nintendo Wii +...
Andy Holt, a biotech account manager from Garner, North Carolina Season 27 player (2010-12-03).
Rich Zayatz, an emergency police dispatcher from Asheville, North Carolina Season 27 player (2010-12-07).
Alex Marchyshyn, a recent college graduate from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 27 player (2011-01-04). Last name pronounced like "MARGE-es-sin".
Rachel LeCroy, a customer service representative originally from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 27 player (2011-02-08).
Rebecca Rogers, an economic development attorney from Carrboro, North Carolina Season 27 player (2011-03-16).
Trey McCraw, an aspiring novelist from Maiden, North Carolina Season 27 player (2011-03-28).
Charles Temple, a high school English teacher from Ocracoke, North Carolina "He teaches at the smallest public school in North Carolina, and...
Gary Rosche, a county tax clerk from Durham, North Carolina Season 27 player (2011-05-18). Last name pronounced like "ro-SHAY".
Jay Rosenberg, a professor of philosophy from Chapel Hill, North Carolina 1986 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 2 5-time champion: $49,600.
Michael Stewart, a Renaissance player and trivia host from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 28 player (2011-10-11). Michael wore a Scrooge McDuck necktie on...
Katie Proctor, a stay-at-home mom from Hendersonville, North Carolina Season 28 2-time champion: $51,201 + $1,000. JBoard user name: katiedidwhat
Charles Temple, a high school English teacher from Ocracoke, North Carolina 2011 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2011 Teachers Tournament winner: $100,000. JBoard user name: lonesomeseagull
James Ruchala, an ethnomusicologist from Ararat, North Carolina Season 28 player (2011-11-25). Last name pronounced like "roo-SHAH-lah".
Elizabeth Weichel, a museum collection specialist from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 28 player (2012-01-02). Last name pronounced like "WY-kul".
Daniel Hodge, an actuary from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 28 player (2012-01-17). JBoard user name: DHodge
Ellen Ciompi, a surgical nurse from Durham, North Carolina Season 28 player (2012-01-31). Last name pronounced like "CHOMP-ee".
Ruth Robbins, a stay-at-home mom from Jacksonville, North Carolina Season 28 player (2012-03-30).
Anne Raybon, a teacher's assistant and school bus driver from Asheville, North Carolina Season 28 player (2012-04-09).
Judy Nichols, a mystery writer from Wilmington, North Carolina Season 28 2-time champion: $46,500 + $1,000. Jboard user name: Judy5cents
Erika Myers, a therapist and academic coach from Asheville, North Carolina Season 28 player (2012-04-25).
Gabriela Gonzales, a senior from Winston-Salem, North Carolina 2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Lewis Black, a stand-up comedian from Lewis Black's Root of All Evil "With success in films, plays, books, and TV specials, he tours...
Andrew Grace, a 12-year-old from Apex, North Carolina "He wants to be a soccer player and an orthopedic surgeon,...
Natalie Knowles, a marketing manager from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 29 player (2012-09-21).
Deb Teitelbaum, an educational consultant from Sylva, North Carolina Season 29 player (2012-09-24). Last name pronounced like "TITE-el-baum".
Keith Whitener, a research chemist originally from Charlotte, North Carolina 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2013 Tournament of Champions...
Mary Folley, a statistician from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 29 player (2012-11-27).
Joe Emison, a chief technology officer from Asheville, North Carolina Season 29 player (2012-12-18).
John Morgan, an elementary school art teacher from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 29 player (2013-01-21).
Keith Whitener, a research chemist originally from Charlotte, North Carolina 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2013 Tournament of Champions...
Laurel Schultz, a physical scientist from Durham, North Carolina Season 29 player (2013-04-23).
Bill Driscoll, a senior at Stanford University from Carolina Beach, North Carolina 2013 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Cindy Cammarn, a junior at Bowdoin College from Charlotte, North Carolina 2013 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000.
Brent Minor, a fundraising consultant originally from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 3 player (1987-03-17).
Britta Waller, a magazine and website editor from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 29 player (2013-06-24). Britta's full name was listed on the...
Tory Metzger, a script reader originally from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 2 player (1985-10-29).
Ken Dasher, an archivist from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 29 player (2013-07-12).
Collin Adams, a Presbyterian minister from Pollocksville, North Carolina Season 30 player (2013-09-23).
Karen Cafaro, an English literature and composition teacher from Georgetown, South Carolina "She recently celebrated her silver anniversary of teaching. From Georgetown, South...
Steven Durham, a writer and stay-at-home dad from Asheville, North Carolina Season 30 2-time champion: $41,100 + $2,000.
Phil Lowe, a process automation engineer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 30 player (2013-12-10). Last name pronounced like "loud" without the...
Jon McGuire, a software development manager from Matthews, North Carolina Season 30 player (2014-01-20).
Andrew Westney, a sports business writer from Charlotte, North Carolina "He was a high-school student from Atlanta when he won the...
Susan Shikany, a school media specialist from Indian Trail, North Carolina Season 30 player (2014-03-19).
Kris Voss, a doctoral student from Durham, North Carolina Season 30 player (2014-04-21).
Bob Kochersberger, a journalism professor from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 30 player (2014-04-28). Last name pronounced like "COKE-urs-BUR-gur".
Debra Walsh, a retired accounting instructor from Morehead City, North Carolina Season 30 player (2014-06-02).
Jack Barry, a chief financial officer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 30 player (2014-06-09). Not related to the late host of...
Dave Oberhart, a computer consultant from Durham, North Carolina Season 20 player (2003-12-18).
Catherine Hardee, a hotel front desk clerk and recent college graduate from Kinston, North Carolina 2015 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 4-time champion: $95,201...
Mary Curtis, an editor and columnist from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 20 player (2003-10-24).
Chuck Ladd, a project manager from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 20 1-time champion: $10,400 + $2,000.
Julie Harris, a news librarian from Winston-Salem, North Carolina Season 20 player (2003-11-06).
Josh Hager, an archivist from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 31 1-time champion: $26,100 + $1,000.
Candice Torres, a contract analyst from Stallings, North Carolina Season 31 player (2014-10-14). JBoard user name: CandiceT
Charles Brower, a senior managing editor from Durham, North Carolina Season 31 1-time champion: $20,400 + $2,000.
Adam Barrow, an 11-year-old from Greensboro, North Carolina "And he wants to be a sportswriter, so he can combine...
Amy Williamson, an English teacher from Hickory, North Carolina Season 31 player (2014-12-26).
Ramona Bartos, a historic preservation administrator from Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina Season 31 player (2014-12-29). No Hometown Howdy was published for Ramona.
Rebecca Speas, a theater artist originally from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 31 player (2015-01-07).
Tom Imler, a data repair technician from Cary, North Carolina Season 31 player (2015-04-03).
Ann Marie Senter, a financial services officer from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 31 player (2014-04-27).
Andrea Gray, a data systems manager from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 7 player (1991-01-11).
Barbara Platz, a microbiologist from Hendersonville, North Carolina Season 3 player (1987-03-05).
Ed McIntyre, a part-time newspaper copy editor from Durham, North Carolina Season 11 2-time champion: $30,301.
Sam Suarez, a postdoctoral researcher from Cary, North Carolina Season 31 player (2015-07-24).
Joe Schmitz, a helicopter pilot and maintenance officer from Fort Bragg, North Carolina Season 2 X-time champion: $X,XXX.
Ezgi Ustundag, a student from Durham, North Carolina Season 32 player (2015-10-01). Last name pronounced like "oo-STOON-dah".
Katie Walker, a biomedical science teacher from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 32 1-time champion: $5,000 + $2,000. Katie appeared on the...
Catherine Hardee, an aspiring teacher from Kinston, North Carolina 2015 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 4-time champion: $95,201...
Bianca Howard, a waste reduction specialist from Cary, North Carolina Season 32 player (2015-12-09).
Rob Pierce, a minister from Fayetteville, North Carolina Season 4 player (1988-05-30).
Emily Poole, a musician from Hendersonville, North Carolina Season 32 player (2015-12-25).
Terry McElhennon, a customer service representative from New Bern, North Carolina Season 32 1-time champion: $14,801 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "MAC-el-hen-on".
Ziad Ali, a freshman at North Carolina State University from Oak Ridge, North Carolina 2016 College championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000.
Manisha Parekh, a clinical psychologist from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-02-16).
Eric Grebing, an educational researcher from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-03-07). Last name pronounced like "GREE-bing".
Sam Gale, a test reader and evaluator from Kernersville, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-03-25).
Toni Johnson, a retail sales associate from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-04-05).
Margaret Miles, a librarian from Wilmington, North Carolina Season 32 1-time champion: $40,100 + $1,000.
Hunter Appler, an attorney originally from Mount Airy, North Carolina 2017 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 32 6-time champion: $145,603 + $2,000.
Beth Masterson, a correctional librarian from Lincolnton, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-06-15).
Ken Frier, a director of foreign exchange originally from Hendersonville, North Carolina Season 10 player (1994-04-22).
Sophie Carrell, a graduate student from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-07-20). Last name pronounced like "KARE-ul".
Kyle Murphy, an I.T. support specialist from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-07-21).
Jim Lebbos, a legal consultant from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-07-29). Last name pronounced like "LEE-bohs".
Elizabeth Troyer, a pastor from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 33 1-time champion: $3,399 + $1,000.
Chris Montplaisir, a senior from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 1992 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Shannon Dillmore, a genomics research manager from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 33 2-time champion: $49,062 + $2,000.
Courtney Cissel, a rental coordinator from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 33 player (2016-11-02).
Stephanie Cornelison, a graduate student in library science from Asheboro, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-01-25).
Julie Bradlow, a corporate tax attorney from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-02-01).
Joe Friedman, a family medical physician from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-03-01).
Rachel Moyer, an operations support specialist from Charlotte, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-03-09).
Robin Devereux, an art dealer from Durham, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-03-23).
Brook North, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-03-30).
Meike Olin, a retired insurance broker from Wilmington, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-04-25).
John Hobgood, a teacher from Wilson, North Carolina Season 5 player (1989-04-05).
Melissa Dean, a quality assurance auditor from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 33 player (2017-06-20).
Mark Morrell, an Air Force technical sergeant from Fayetteville, North Carolina Season 5 player (1989-05-03).
Bronwyn Bedient, a freshman from University of North Carolina 1996 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Wayland Massey, an employment service specialist from Durham, North Carolina Season 8 1-time champion: $12,201.
Jay Rosenberg, a professor from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 2 5-time champion: $49,600.
Eric Dravland, a pediatrician from Lenoir, North Carolina Season 34 player (2017-12-06).
Lee Quinn, a teacher from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 34 2-time champion: $42,800 + $2,000.
Justin Moody, a paralegal from Durham, North Carolina Season 34 player (2018-07-19). JBoard user name: JMoody
Gary Frost, a graduate student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina Season 12 1-time champion: $16,200.
Dino Alexander, a medical lab scientist from Fayetteville, North Carolina Season 35 player (2018-09-21). Dino also goes by the name Chico...
Sara Butner, a communications manager from Winston-Salem, North Carolina Season 35 1-time champion: $32,700 + $2,000.
Kathleen Nance, a writer and retired pharmacist from Zirconia, North Carolina Season 35 player (2018-11-01).
Jeff Catanese, a theater director from Asheville, North Carolina Season 35 player (2018-11-01).
Rohan Kapileshwari, a senior from Winston-Salem, North Carolina 2018 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Rohan attended Atkins High School...
Dylan Hamilton, a pediatric dentist from Durham, North Carolina Season 35 2-time champion: $25,598 + $1,000.
Jocelyn Martich, a retired operations manager from Greensboro, North Carolina Season 35 player (2019-01-11).
Alex Jacob, a freelance trivia writer from Greensboro, North Carolina • 6-game champion • 2015 Tournament of Champions winner 2019 All-Star...
Alexandra Bicks, a high school ESL teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2019 Teachers Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. At the time of the Teachers...
Teagan O'Sullivan, a freshman from Charlotte, North Carolina 2019 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000.
Elena Whitley, a junior from Raleigh, North Carolina 1989 Teen Tournament 2nd runner-up: $13,400.
Kyle Graham, a freshman from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 1992 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Don Maynard, a director of regulatory affairs from Cary, North Carolina 1988 Senior Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Sean Melody, a chief technologist from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 36 player (2019-09-10).
Abby Grubbs, a study-abroad advisor from Hillsborough, North Carolina Season 36 player (2019-10-01).
Martha Bordogna, an attorney from Indian Trail, North Carolina Season 36 1-time champion: $16,400 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like "bor-DOAN-yah".
Jennifer Cooper, a university volunteer coordinator from Sylva, North Carolina Season 36 player (2019-11-01).
Meredith Moore, a server from Knightdale, North Carolina Season 36 player (2020-02-28).
Cynthia Greenlee, a junior from the University of North Carolina 1995 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Hansford Epes, a German and humanities professor from Davidson, North Carolina 1992 Seniors Tournament 1st runner-up: $11,100.
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