Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (1028 results returned)

#8518, aired 2021-11-24NAMED FOR A PLACE $1600: Lyme disease derives its name from the town of Lyme in this state, where cases were first observed in the 1970s Connecticut
#8518, aired 2021-11-24THINGS IN LITERARY TITLES $1200: A container used to heat metals gave us the name of this 1953 play set in Massachusetts The Crucible
#8510, aired 2021-11-12200 YEARS AGO $800: Noah Webster helped found this Massachusetts liberal arts college in 1821 Amherst
#8508, aired 2021-11-10CELEBRITY ENTREPRENEURS $1000: Brothers Paul, Mark & Donnie founded this food joint now in 20 states including, of course, Massachusetts Wahlburgers
#8506, aired 2021-11-08NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS $2000: In 2021 the Massachusetts home where she laid the foundations for Christian Science was designated a national landmark Mary Baker Eddy
#8504, aired 2021-11-04THAT'S OUR FACTORY $1600: A "New" factory of the future in Massachusetts for its made-in-the-USA sneakers New Balance
#8487, aired 2021-10-12EDUCATION FIRSTS $1600: The USA's first public teacher training school evolved into Framingham State University in this state Massachusetts
#8485, aired 2021-10-08WE LOOK DOWN ON THAT STATE $400: Vermont is north of the western part of this state Massachusetts
#8480, aired 2021-10-01FOR YOUR REFERENCE $400: John was the first name of this Massachusetts bookseller who published his first volume of quotations in 1855 (John) Bartlett
#8461, aired 2021-08-09THE LETTER AFTER M $200: ...to make an abbreviation for the "Bay State" A
#8459, aired 2021-08-05A POET LAUREATE $4,000 (Daily Double): The poet laureate of this state, like Marie Howe, receives the Walt Whitman Citation; Walt was from that state New York
#8455, aired 2021-07-30AMERICAN HISTORY $1600: John Winthrop led many followers to this colony in 1630 & gave us the image of the "city upon a hill" Massachusetts Bay Colony
#8450, aired 2021-07-23BUTTE OF COURSE $1200: Providing millions of gallons a day, Big Butte Springs is the main water supply for the Medford region in this state Oregon
#8450, aired 2021-07-23LITERARY GEOGRAPHY $600: Oh, the shame if you don't know "The Scarlet Letter" is set in what is today this U.S. state Massachusetts
#8440, aired 2021-07-09N.E. PORT $2000: The monument seen here in this Massachusetts port has long been sacred to fishermen Gloucester
#8439, aired 2021-07-08THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $800: A British gov. of Massachusetts called him the "chief incendiary" but unlike cousin John, his contributions faded after 1776 Sam Adams
#8433, aired 2021-06-30WE'D LIKE TO THANK THE ACADEMY $1000: An educator of multiple presidents, the prestigious boarding school Phillips Academy is found in this Massachusetts town Andover
#8420, aired 2021-06-11EDUCATION $600: A counterpart of the Rhodes Scholarship, Kennedy Scholarships enable British citizens to study at these 2 Boston-area schools Harvard & MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#8411, aired 2021-05-31POSSESSIVE GEOGRAPHY $2,000 (Daily Double): This Massachusetts island was likely named for the daughter of explorer Bartholomew Gosnold Martha's Vineyard
#8389, aired 2021-04-29HISTORIC GOVERNORS $9,000 (Daily Double): In 1921 Channing Cox succeeded this upwardly mobile governor of Massachusetts who went by the same 2 initials Calvin Coolidge
#8375, aired 2021-04-09HISTORIC PEOPLE $2000: Banished from Massachusetts in 1635 over the issue of separation of church & state, he founded Rhode Island Roger Williams
#8369, aired 2021-04-01U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1000: This hilly region of western Massachusetts is home to the Tanglewood Music & Jacob's Pillow dance festivals the Berkshires
#8360, aired 2021-03-19AN HONORARY KNIGHT TO REMEMBER $1600: In 2009, the year of his death, this senator from Massachusetts was made an honorary knight Ted Kennedy
#8348, aired 2021-03-03TITLES & HONORIFICS $200: A Massachusetts paper discussed using this honorific for women in 1901; the New York Times would embrace it in 1986 Ms.
#8345, aired 2021-02-26ROAD TRIP TO THE SAME-NAMED PLACE $2,000 (Daily Double): You start on Interstate 91 out of the one in Massachusetts & you end up on I-55 to reach the one in Illinois Springfield
#8341, aired 2021-02-22HISTORIC SECONDS $800: William Bradford, who came over on the Mayflower, would become the second governor of this colony Plymouth Colony
#8333, aired 2021-02-10GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $1200: This term arose from a 19th century cartoon of a twisted Massachusetts district gerrymander
#8332, aired 2021-02-09HISTORICAL PAIRS $800: Ten days after these paired 1775 battles in Massachusetts, Amos Doolittle visited the towns & created vivid engravings Lexington & Concord
#8328, aired 2021-02-03ATLAS ALLITERATION $800: This Massachusetts peninsula has the also alliterative Buzzards Bay to its west Cape Cod
#8325, aired 2021-01-291980s TIME CAPSULE $2000: This Democrat was governor of Massachusetts for most of the decade Dukakis
#8306, aired 2021-01-04DECEMBER 21 $200: In 1891 the first game of this sport was played in Springfield, Massachusetts basketball
#8299, aired 2020-12-10VERY PURITANICAL $1200: Trot trot to Boston, trot trot to Lynn; those were 2 cities in this colony founded in 1630 by puritans the Massachusetts Bay Colony
#8286, aired 2020-11-23CLARK $600: Robert Goddard taught physics & did rocket experiments at his alma mater Clark University in this New England state Massachusetts
#8278, aired 2020-11-11AUTHORS' HOMES $1600: In 1842, he & his new bride moved into the old manse in Concord, Massachusetts, hence his "Mosses from an Old Manse" Nathaniel Hawthorne
#8277, aired 2020-11-10SPORTS HALLS OF FAME $600: The Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts bears the name of this inventor of the game (James) Naismith
#8254, aired 2020-10-08BEER/ME! $200: He served as governor of Massachusetts from 1793 to 1797 Samuel Adams
#8249, aired 2020-10-01THAT'S MY JAM! $200: My personal fave: this type of grape jam bearing the name of a Massachusetts town Concord
#8231, aired 2020-06-08NAME, RANK, NO SERIAL NUMBER $1000: Robert Gould Shaw, who found "Glory" leading the 54th infantry of this state, was a colonel when he died in battle in 1863 Massachusetts
#8230, aired 2020-06-05SOME QUARTER GIVEN $400: Massachusetts has had this type of soldier at the ready on its 2 bits since its release on January 3, 2000 a Minuteman
#8215, aired 2020-05-01STATES BY BORDERS $1,800 (Daily Double): Connecticut, Massachusetts Rhode Island
#8211, aired 2020-04-27AROUND THE USA $400: This granite boulder is in Pilgrim Memorial State Park in Massachusetts Plymouth Rock
#8208, aired 2020-04-22"DEE" DEE, DEE-DEE-DEE $1200: Ah, my little black-capped one of these is the state bird of Massachusetts chickadee
#8206, aired 2020-04-20THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE $400: (MSNBC's Steve Kornacki presents by a display monitor.) 1972 was one of the biggest landslides in Electoral College history as Republican incumbent Richard Nixon piled up 49 states, and this antiwar Democratic senator captured only Massachusetts and the District of Columbia, failing to carry even his home state of South Dakota McGovern
#8195, aired 2020-04-03WEAPONS OF THE WAR $1000: The USS Massachusetts & the Cristóbal Colón, which exchanged fire outside Santiago de Cuba the Spanish-American War
#8182, aired 2020-03-17CHARACTERS IN MOBY-DICK $1200: There once was a man from this Massachusetts port who signs up Ishmael & the others to the whaling voyage Nantucket
#8180, aired 2020-03-13STATE THE PROBLEM $600: The Great Revere train wreck of 1871 Massachusetts
#8178, aired 2020-03-11PEOPLE $1200: (Alex Trebek presents from the Harvard Lampoon Building in Cambridge, Massachusetts.) As editor of the "Harvard Lampoon" in the 1970s he had the last word; today he hosts "The Last Word" on MSNBC Lawrence O'Donnell
#8175, aired 2020-03-06POSTAL ABBREVIATION WORDS $400: A Rocky Mountain state pahks its cah in front of an East Coast state & falls into this long state of unconsciousness a coma (Colorado & Massachusetts)
#8160, aired 2020-02-14TREES GROW ON MONEY $1200: One the earliest American coins, the 17th century Massachusetts pine tree shilling was minted from this precious metal silver
#8158, aired 2020-02-12SNAKES! $800: This official reptile of Massachusetts, one of the most common snakes in North America, is nonvenomous and found on lawn grass a garden snake (garter snake)
#8156, aired 2020-02-10PRESIDENTIAL HOMES $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew is in Massachusetts.) A national park in Massachusetts preserves the adjacent birthplaces of these two presidents--the first born in 1735, in that cottage, and second, born in 1767 in the other John Adams & John Quincy Adams
#8152, aired 2020-02-04MONUMENTAL TELEVISION $400: A statue in Salem, Massachusetts honoring this 1960s sitcom has the main character riding a broomstick Bewitched
#8151, aired 2020-02-03STATE OF THE ESTATE $400: The Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, AKA The House of the Seven Gables Massachusetts
#8147, aired 2020-01-282020 ANNIVERSARIES $1600: Once part of Massachusetts, this state is celebrating its bicentennial Maine
#5, aired 2020-01-09COMEDIANS $200: (Conan O'Brien delivers the clue.) Strange but true: this comedian from Worcester, Massachusetts is my cousin, & when he came on my show he told me he's often mistaken for other celebrities, like Willem Dafoe & Jane Lynch Denis Leary
#3, aired 2020-01-08NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES $800: (Alex reports from the Harvard Lampoon Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts.) The very first volume of "The Harvard Lampoon" appeared in February 1876 & was modeled on this British humor magazine Punch
#3, aired 2020-01-08THE "GOLD", "BERG"s $200: This man from Medford, Massachusetts was the 108th mayor of New York City Bloomberg
#2, aired 2020-01-07ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN $2000: This Boston-born architect designed the Massachusetts State House & from 1818 to 1829 served as architect of the U.S. Capitol Bulfinch
#8127, aired 2019-12-31WHERE AM I? $600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew is at the Basketball Hall of Fame.) I'm at the Basketball Hall of Fame in this city in Massachusetts, where James Naismith invented the game while teaching phys ed at a YMCA training school in 1891 Springfield
#8116, aired 2019-12-16AMERICAN HOMES $1200: The Mount, not the House of Mirth, is the name of her estate in Lenox, Massachusetts (Edith) Wharton
#8083, aired 2019-10-30CUBA LIBRO $1000: Joe falls for a Cuban revolutionary in "Live by Night" by this "Shutter Island" author, who normally does Massachusetts Dennis Lehane
#8075, aired 2019-10-18ENABLING COOKIES $400 (Daily Double): This Nestle cookie named for a Massachusetts inn dates to the 1930s a Toll House
#8059, aired 2019-09-26STATE OF THE STATE FOREST $600: Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest Massachusetts
#8055, aired 2019-09-20STATE OF CHIEFS $1600: Wampanoag chief Metacom AKA King Philip Massachusetts
#8053, aired 2019-09-18CAREER HIGHLIGHTS $800: U.S. congressman & senator from Massachusetts, president; played by Cliff Robertson in a biopic John F. Kennedy
#8024, aired 2019-06-27THE 1600s $800: It was founded in Massachusetts in 1636 & if you didn't get in, your college options were very limited Harvard
#8001, aired 2019-05-27POETIC GEOGRAPHY $1200: Emerson wrote a "Hymn" to this Massachusetts town that got in on Revolutionary War action on day one Concord
#7997, aired 2019-05-21ADAMS NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK $200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Adams National Historical Park.) The birthplace & former home of 2 U.S. presidents, Adams National Historical Park is in this Massachusetts town that shares a name with the younger of the two men Quincy
#7997, aired 2019-05-21ADAMS NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK $600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Adams National Historical Park.) At his desk in 1779, John Adams drafted the Massachusetts constitution--it pioneered the use of three branches of government & this type of legislature, from the Latin for "twin chambers" bicameral
#7994, aired 2019-05-16TEXT $400: In 2019 Massachusetts introduced a new service allowing those in need of help to text, not call, this number 911
#7993, aired 2019-05-15RECENT POLITICS $1000: In Feb. 2019 this GOP ex-Massachusetts gov. announced for pres. & urged "people of good will to take a stand & plant a flag" William Weld
#7983, aired 2019-05-01I COULD LIVE IN THAT FOOD $800: Nestle suggests using brown & white sugar to make these cookies named for a Massachusetts inn Toll House
#7979, aired 2019-04-25LAKE NAME-IS-MEMORABLE $400: In this "Bay State" some call it Webster Lake; others, Chargoggagogg-manchauggagogg-chaubunagunga-maugg Massachusetts
#7968, aired 2019-04-10ACROSS STATE LINES $800: Heading north: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, this New Hampshire
#7968, aired 2019-04-10WUTZ MISPELED $200: He exited the Massachusetts turnpike & headed toward Wooster, but was stopped by the state trooper for his taillight Worcester
#7957, aired 2019-03-26BIRTHPLACE OF A BRAND $1000: Pillsbury Minnesota
#7956, aired 2019-03-25BABY BOOMER SOONER $1200: Though she's repped Massachusetts in the Senate since 2013, she was born in Oklahoma City in 1949 Elizabeth Warren
#7953, aired 2019-03-20BEFORE HE WAS VICE PRESIDENT... $400: He represented Massachusetts in the First Continental Congress (John) Adams
#7942, aired 2019-03-05COLONIAL AMERICA $1200: The New England Company changed its name to this & founded a colony in 1630 the Massachusetts Bay Company
#7934, aired 2019-02-21OPEN YOUR PIE HOLE $400: It was a capital idea when this "pie" became the official state dessert of Massachusetts Boston cream pie
#7934, aired 2019-02-21POLITICIANS $2000: After the financial crisis of 2008, Christopher Dodd teamed up with this Massachusetts man for a regulatory bill Barney Frank
#7915, aired 2019-01-25LYING IN STATES $1000: Ralph Waldo Emerson Massachusetts
#7904, aired 2019-01-1010 LINES ABOUT 5 WOMEN $400: Emily was a poet, Massachusetts born & bred / wrote "I'm Nobody! Who are you?", lived in this town 'til she was dead Amherst
#7893, aired 2018-12-26STATE STUFF $600: John Kerry summers there, sometimes on Naushon Island Massachusetts
#7890, aired 2018-12-21SENATORS WITH STAMINA $400: From 1962 to 2009 this Democrat with a good name for politics served Massachusetts Ted Kennedy
#7890, aired 2018-12-21SENATORS WITH STAMINA $600: On Jan. 3, 1975 "Angie Baby" was No. 1 on the charts & Patrick Leahy began serving as senator from this state Vermont
#7889, aired 2018-12-20CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $600: (Hi, I'm Paula Ebben from WBZ.) The home here in Fall River, Massachusetts once belonged to Lizzie Borden's family & it was here that, according to a rhyme, Lizzie "took an ax & gave her mother 40 whacks; when she saw what she had done, she gave her father" this many 41
#7889, aired 2018-12-20CLUES ACROSS AMERICA $800: (Hi, I'm Ashley Afonso from 22 News.) I'm in Amherst, Massachusetts at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art with this famous character who as of 2019 has enchanted generations of children for 50 years the Very Hungry Caterpillar
#7858, aired 2018-11-07WE WALKED TO SCHOOL $200: Though I took the Harvard Bridge across the Charles River, it took me to this tech-savvy university MIT (or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#7856, aired 2018-11-05SISTER CITIES $1000: In 2014 Cambridge, Massachusetts became family with Les Cayes in this nation, 4 years after a terrible natural disaster Haiti
#7851, aired 2018-10-29THE STATE-LY COLLEGE $400: Northeastern University Massachusetts
#7819, aired 2018-09-13AT 35 $200: At 35 he was elected to the Senate from Massachusetts; later he became the 35th president JFK
#7808, aired 2018-07-18"NEW" GEOGRAPHY $1000: In the 1800s this Massachusetts city was the world's leading whaling port New Bedford
#7791, aired 2018-06-25THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $2,000 (Daily Double): General Thomas Gage, military governor of this colony, gave the orders that started the war in 1775 Massachusetts
#7790, aired 2018-06-22POETS & POETRY $800: The epitaph on this poet's grave marker in Amherst, Massachusetts simply says, "Called Back" (Emily) Dickinson
#7783, aired 2018-06-13U.S. LIBRARIES $800: The Forbes Library in Northampton, Massachusetts house his presidential library--shh, no talking! Calvin Coolidge
#7777, aired 2018-06-05GEOGRAPHY "B" $2000: The misidentification of ospreys may have given this Massachusetts bay its name Buzzards Bay
#7769, aired 2018-05-24SENATORS WHO SOUGHT HIGHER OFFICE $800: 8 years after beating Birch Bayh to win a Senate seat repping this state, Dan Quayle got elected veep Indiana
#7758, aired 2018-05-09IN THE STATE MUSEUM $400: The 1629 Winthrop Charter Massachusetts
#7754, aired 2018-05-03THESE ARE DAYS $600: A state holiday in Massachusetts & Maine, Patriots' Day is the third Monday in April, in honor of these 2 battles Lexington and Concord
#7747, aired 2018-04-24DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SIGNERS $900 (Daily Double): He's better remembered for signing an infamous redistricting bill while governor of Massachusetts Elbridge Gerry
#7747, aired 2018-04-24STATE CONSUMABLES $200: Making this juice the state beverage didn't get bogged down in the Massachusetts legislature cranberry juice
#7727, aired 2018-03-27THE HISTORY BOOKSHELF $800: This university's "Civil War" is about the 20th Massachusetts volunteer infantry & its many officers from that school Harvard
#7722, aired 2018-03-20ELECTORAL COLLEGE SILVER MEDALISTS $800: In 1972 this Democrat won only D.C. & Massachusetts, losing his home state of South Dakota by 9 points McGovern
#7720, aired 2018-03-16MOUNTAINS $1600: Williamstown & Pittsfield are communities in these mountains of western Massachusetts the Berkshires
#7719, aired 2018-03-15STATE HOLIDAYS $200: June 17: Bunker Hill Day Massachusetts
#7708, aired 2018-02-28RACKET BUSTERS $1,000 (Daily Double): As a U.S. attorney in this state, Patrick Fitzgerald helped convict ex-governor George Ryan of racketeering Illinois
#7700, aired 2018-02-16AMERICAN HISTORY $2000: To protest taxes, Shays' Rebellion included a 1787 attack on the federal arsenal in this city in western Massachusetts Springfield
#7692, aired 2018-02-06MEMORIALS $800: Danvers, Massachusetts has a memorial for those who died after being accused of this in the late 17th c. witchcraft
#7685, aired 2018-01-26THE FABRICS OF OUR LIVES $600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew gives the clue from Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts.) For the ladies, 19th century New England stores, like in Old Sturbridge Village, had to stock the latest in this fabric named for a large Indian city; the fabric would vary between darker & lighter colors & busier & plainer prints calico
#7679, aired 2018-01-18JANE $600: In 2001 Jane Swift of Massachusetts became the first U.S. governor to do this while in office give birth
#7676, aired 2018-01-15JEOPARDY! WRITERS' ONLINE GO-TOs $1600: The Tech, a newspaper at this eastern college, maintains the first online edition of Shakespeare's works & we love it MIT (or Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#7662, aired 2017-12-26STATES BY COUNTIES $200: Franklin, Berkshire, Plymouth Massachusetts
#7660, aired 2017-12-22AIRPORT CODES $400: When Bill the Cat says, "ACK!" , he may mean the airport on this Massachusetts island Nantucket
#7645, aired 2017-12-01U.S. LANDMARKS $600: A granite canopy in Massachusetts now protects this item of national heritage that entered history in 1620 Plymouth Rock
#7644, aired 2017-11-30HISTORICAL FICTION $800: "Flight of the Sparrow" recounts the real tale of a Puritan woman from this colony captured by Indians in 1676 the Massachusetts Bay Colony
#7633, aired 2017-11-15STATE SYMBOLS $1,000 (Daily Double): Created at its Toll House Restaurant, the chocolate chip cookie is this state's official state cookie Massachusetts
#7632, aired 2017-11-14SENATOR JOHN $3,000 (Daily Double): This Vietnam vet was senator from Massachusetts from 1985 to 2013 John Kerry
#7617, aired 2017-10-24PROFESSORS $400: Before becoming a Massachusetts senator, she was the Leo Gottlieb Professor of Law at Harvard Elizabeth Warren
#7603, aired 2017-10-04AUTHORS: BORN & DIED $200: He was born in Lowell, Massachusetts in 1922 & spent some time "On the Road" before his death in 1969 (Jack) Kerouac
#7599, aired 2017-09-28COUNTY SEATS $1200: 19th century toilets are part of the collection of Watertown's Plumbing Museum in this state's Middlesex County Massachusetts
#7592, aired 2017-09-19RIGHT ON Q $800: Quincy, Massachusetts was once part of this smart-sounding town Braintree
#7589, aired 2017-09-14CLAM UP $1000: The tide exposes clam-digging areas called these, a 5-letter plural; Essex, Massachusetts has a hotline devoted to them flats
#7586, aired 2017-09-11NICKNAMES $400: This type of body of water is in a nickname for Massachusetts bay
#7583, aired 2017-07-26A TALE OF "NEW" CITIES $1600: An annual "Moby Dick" marathon takes place at this Massachusetts city's whaling museum New Bedford
#7579, aired 2017-07-20THE 21st CENTURY $1600: Colloquial name for the Massachusetts health system signed into law in 2006 Romneycare
#7573, aired 2017-07-12THOREAU-ING A 200th BIRTHDAY! $600: In a travel book about this peninsula, Thoreau called it "the bared and bended arm of Massachusetts" Cape Cod
#7551, aired 2017-06-12ROCKS & MINERALS $1,000 (Daily Double): A native sandstone, Roxbury puddingstone is the official rock of this state Massachusetts
#7548, aired 2017-06-07BUSINESS NAMES $1000: The name of this Warren Buffett conglomerate goes back to 2 Massachusetts textile companies that merged in 1955 Berkshire Hathaway
#7536, aired 2017-05-2219th CENTURY CONGRESSMEN $2,000 (Daily Double): This man said that Massachusetts electing him to the House pleased him more than winning the presidency John Quincy Adams
#7536, aired 2017-05-22BEERS BY STATE $200: Samuel Adams Massachusetts
#7534, aired 2017-05-18SOME OF YOUR BUSINESS $400: In 2014 the Massachusetts Supreme Court gave the green light to showroom sales of this luxury electric car a Tesla
#7525, aired 2017-05-05SECRETARIES OF STATE $200: Lieutenant governor of Massachusetts is among his prior jobs John Kerry
#7519, aired 2017-04-27OLD JOBS $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew gives the clue from Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts.) Blacksmiths might make machinery or repair tools, but perhaps their best-known job was this one, that required special nails and was essential to early 19th century transportation horseshoeing
#7517, aired 2017-04-25SIMILARLY NAMED SCHOOLS $600: It's about a 2-hour drive northeast from Wesleyan in Connecticut to this Seven Sisters college in Massachusetts Wellesley
#7512, aired 2017-04-18STATE THE CITY $400: Massachusetts: A "saucy" place on the Blackstone Canal Worcester
#7510, aired 2017-04-14IN THE NEWS $800: Curt Schilling made a pitch to voters-- before talking with his wife-- for a 2018 Senate run from this state Massachusetts
#7504, aired 2017-04-06A LIBERAL LIBRARY $400: "A Fighting Chance" is the story of Elizabeth Warren's journey from small town mom to U.S. senator from this state Massachusetts
#7500, aired 2017-03-31SKIMMING THE MAGAZINES $1200: Founded 1888; first issue had compelling article "The Survey & Map of Massachusetts" National Geographic
#7497, aired 2017-03-28PIE-POURRI $400: Confusingly, this official state dessert of Massachusetts is called pie but made with sponge cake Boston cream pie
#7487, aired 2017-03-14STATE HOLIDAYS $400: Massachusetts celebrates Patriots' Day, the third Monday in April, with the running of this race the Boston Marathon
#7477, aired 2017-02-28OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE $200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts.) A bustling place in the 18th century, used as everything from a parade ground to a town dump, by the early 1800s, the center of the typical New England village was becoming we think of as the peaceful manicured green, or as they call it in Boston, this the common
#7477, aired 2017-02-28OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts.) The miller made his living by keeping 1/16th of what he milled, as village residents would bring grain to be turned into flour; this word "to the mill", you might say grist
#7477, aired 2017-02-28OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts.) 1830s villagers wanting personal protection had the same main option as in Revolutionary War times--this type of gun named for the type of stone that sparks its firing mechanism flintlock
#7477, aired 2017-02-28OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts.) During the same era recreated at Old Sturbridge Village, this poet honored the honest sweat of the village blacksmith & wrote that children loved to see the flaming forge Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#7477, aired 2017-02-28OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE $1000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts.) At Old Sturbridge Village, the meeting house is thought of as belonging to this denomination, a mouthful of a name the descendants of the Puritans adopted because it represented the local group of worshippers Congregationalist
#7476, aired 2017-02-27POETRY & BRIDGES $1600: There's a John Greenleaf Whittier Bridge over the Merrimack River in this, the poet's home state in New England Massachusetts
#7473, aired 2017-02-22HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $5,000 (Daily Double): Technically, June 17 in Massachusetts should be called Breed's Hill Day instead of this Bunker Hill Day
#7463, aired 2017-02-08AN "F" IN GEOGRAPHY $400: The New England Patriots are based in this Massachusetts town Foxborough
#7459, aired 2017-02-02HISTORIC NAMES $1200: After he was banished from the Massachusetts Bay colony, he founded the colony of Rhode Island Roger Williams
#7448, aired 2017-01-18THIS LAND IS MY LAND $800: In 1602 an explorer named this Massachusetts island for both its local flora & one of his female family members Martha's Vineyard
#7439, aired 2017-01-05KNOWN BY THEIR MIDDLE NAMES $400: Willard is the first name of this former governor of Massachusetts & presidential candidate Mitt Romney
#7437, aired 2017-01-03LEGO $1000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Lego Systems in Enfield, CT.) The Mindstorms construction kit, which allows children to build & program their own robotic devices, grew out of the company's longstanding partnership with the famous Media Lab of this Cambridge, Massachusetts school MIT
#7431, aired 2016-12-26TIME: THE 1980s $1,200 (Daily Double): "The Odd Couple" on the July 25, 1988 cover was Texan Lloyd Bentsen & this man from Massachusetts Dukakis
#7425, aired 2016-12-16DECEMBER HOLIDAYS $1000: In Massachusetts, especially Plymouth, Dec. 22 is Forefathers' Day, celebrated by consuming this corn-&-beans dish succotash
#7412, aired 2016-11-29CORNERSTONES $4,400 (Daily Double): In 1770 statesman & merchant John Brown laid the cornerstone for this state's oldest university Rhode Island
#7411, aired 2016-11-281812: THE WAR & MORE $5,000 (Daily Double): This 11-letter political word entered our vocabulary after Massachusetts' governor signed a redistricting bill gerrymander
#7409, aired 2016-11-24HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $400: The logo of this state's turnpike, a stretch of I-90, once featured Paul Revere; now pilgrim hats are depicted Massachusetts
#7407, aired 2016-11-22PLAY BALL! $1000: It was invented in the winter of 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts basketball
#7406, aired 2016-11-21COLONIAL AMERICA $1200: In 1691 Massachusetts was granted a new charter & this grape-laden island was annexed to it Martha's Vineyard
#7402, aired 2016-11-15QUARTER BACKS $1200: One of these always-at-the-ready soldiers is on the Massachusetts quarter a Minuteman
#7399, aired 2016-11-10GEOGRAPHIC CENTERS $800: In Rutland in Worcester County Massachusetts
#7383, aired 2016-10-19AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARIES $2000: This brewer represented Massachusetts in the Continental Congress & later served as the state's governor Samuel Adams
#7383, aired 2016-10-19FINAL RESTING PLACES $800: Emerson & Thoreau are both buried at the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in this Massachusetts town Concord
#7375, aired 2016-10-07NO DISCRIMINATION $600: In 1649 under Cecilius Calvert this colony passed an act saying no believer in Jesus was to be troubled or molested Maryland
#7370, aired 2016-09-30HISTORY AS THEATER $400: In 2016, Saoirse Ronan betook herself to this Massachusetts city in Broadway's "The Crucible" Salem
#7351, aired 2016-07-25VICE PRESIDENTS $800: He was Massachusetts' favorite son candidate for president in 1920 but settled for vice president Coolidge
#7350, aired 2016-07-22HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU $400: Official sites on this trail include the Massachusetts State House & the Paul Revere House the Freedom Trail
#7348, aired 2016-07-20MEN OF NOTE $800: Delaware's name is derived from the 12th Baron de la Warr, who was governor of this colony from 1609 to 1618 Virginia
#7337, aired 2016-07-05IT'S ALL "APPLE" SAUCE $400: Born in Massachusetts, he spread religion as well as fruit trees throughout the U.S. Midwest in the 19th century Johnny Appleseed
#7324, aired 2016-06-16WHOSE WHAT? $1600: Led by a former Rev. War officer, this 1786 rebellion was against heavy taxes on debt-ridden farmers in Massachusetts Shays' Rebellion
#7288, aired 2016-04-27DOUBLE DOUBLE LETTERS $600: It's the only state with exactly 2 pairs of double letters Massachusetts
#7287, aired 2016-04-26GOVERNMENTAL LAST NAME'S THE SAME $6,400 (Daily Double): A current Massachusetts senator & the 14th Chief Justice (Elizabeth and Earl) Warren
#7287, aired 2016-04-26RHYME HERE $1000: North Chelsea, Massachusetts, was renamed this Revere
#7284, aired 2016-04-21WOMEN, IMMORTALIZED $800: A statue of this ex-slave & abolitionist stands in Florence, Massachusetts, where she lived from 1843 to 1856 Sojourner Truth
#7251, aired 2016-03-07AMERICAN HISTORY $200: In 1700 Massachusetts passed a law requiring all priests of this faith to hit the road Catholicism
#7220, aired 2016-01-22STATE FISH $400: A sculpture of this fish, a symbol of Massachusetts for more than 200 years, hangs in the state house in Boston a cod
#7212, aired 2016-01-12WISCONSIN $800: Wisconsin's state fruit, it's also the state berry of Massachusetts the cranberry
#7207, aired 2016-01-05LODGE PODGE $200: He was elected U.S. senator from Massachusetts in 1952, ousting incumbent Henry Cabot Lodge (John F.) Kennedy
#7199, aired 2015-12-24WINE, WOMEN & SONG $200: Elected Senator from Massachusetts in 2012, she championed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Elizabeth Warren
#7187, aired 2015-12-08CELEBRITY ALMA MATERS $2000: (I'm Debra Messing.) I graduated summa cum laude from this Massachusetts university that's named for the first Jewish Supreme Court justice Brandeis
#7183, aired 2015-12-02STATE ANIMAL FIGHT! $1200: It's sea vs. land as Hawaii's state mammal, a monk seal, takes on this state dog named for the capital of Massachusetts a Boston terrier
#7183, aired 2015-12-02THE 1600s $800: In 1691 Massachusetts Bay Colony merged with this historic one to the south Plymouth
#7181, aired 2015-11-30THE NATIONAL STATUARY HALL COLLECTION $400: Samuel Adams is seen here representing this state Massachusetts
#7180, aired 2015-11-27THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION $2000: Signers of the articles from this state included Elbridge Gerry Massachusetts
#7166, aired 2015-11-09MR. SMITH GOES TO... $400: The National Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts; in 1852 he partners with this man (Daniel) Wesson
#7164, aired 2015-11-05THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION $2000: Touting the "Massachusetts Miracle" didn't help this Democratic nominee Dukakis
#7164, aired 2015-11-05TIME CAPSULES $400: A time capsule is buried under an 18-ton magnet in a cyclotron at this Cambridge, Massachusetts school MIT
#7163, aired 2015-11-04BATTLES $200: The American Revolution began in April 1775 with the battles of these 2 Massachusetts towns Lexington & Concord
#7152, aired 2015-10-20NEW HAMPSHIRE $400: In 1641 New Hampshire became part of this colony but King Charles II separated them in 1679 Massachusetts
#7148, aired 2015-10-14BUILDING THE COMPOUND WORD $2000: Ordinary + abundance of money = what Massachusetts officially is commonwealth
#7147, aired 2015-10-13NEW ENGLAND $400: (I'm Kevin O'Leary of Shark Tank.) In the '90s I made millions from selling software in my headquarters in this university city, part of the East Coast version of Silicon Valley Cambridge, Massachusetts
#7145, aired 2015-10-0917th CENTURY AMERICA $400: In 1652 Massachusetts defied English law & established this facility to produce the pine tree shilling the mint
#7127, aired 2015-09-15CITY BY THE BAY $400: Cambridge, Maryland Chesapeake
#7117, aired 2015-07-21LIGHTHOUSES $400: When her husband died in 1776, Hannah Thomas became the first U.S. woman keeper, taking his job at this state's Plymouth Light Massachusetts
#7117, aired 2015-07-21PENINSULAS $800: Hyannis is one of the towns on this Massachusetts peninsula Cape Cod
#7090, aired 2015-06-12THE STATE OF THINGS $400: The National Constitution Center, Betsy Ross House Pennsylvania
#7080, aired 2015-05-29MR. SMITH $1600: William Smith, a Weymouth, Massachusetts minister, was this First Lady's father Abigail Adams
#7076, aired 2015-05-25STATE OF THE UNION HEADQUARTERS $1000: UNITE here (UNITE=Union of Needletrades, Industrial & Textile Employees) New York
#7064, aired 2015-05-07MED SCHOOLS $200: U.S. News said the University of this at Worcester was wicked excellent in 2015, ranking it No. 5 in primary care Massachusetts
#7049, aired 2015-04-16POLITICIANS $1000: In 2006 Deval Patrick was elected to succeed this man as governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney
#7048, aired 2015-04-15CHAPTER TITLES IN MOBY-DICK $800: Chapter 14: This Massachusetts island Nantucket
#7047, aired 2015-04-14WHAT'S FOR DESSERT? $200: How about a fresh-baked batch of these chocolate chip cookies named for Ruth Wakefield's Massachusetts inn Toll House
#7036, aired 2015-03-30ENDS WITH DOUBLE "E" $2000: John Hancock & John Adams were both born in what was then this smart-sounding Massachusetts town Braintree
#7018, aired 2015-03-04JOLLY OLD CITIES IN ENGLAND $800: This city on the River Cam is home to a univ. founded in the 1200s; the same-named one in Massachusetts has good schools too Cambridge
#7013, aired 2015-02-25WORDS FROM POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $200: Massachusetts plus Illinois delivers this mail
#7012, aired 2015-02-24WHAT'S ON CABLE? $1000: (Hi, I'm Moon Bloodgood from TNT's Falling Skies.) I play Anne Glass, a doctor for the 2nd Massachusetts Militia Regiment, which takes its name from an actual regiment in this early army the Continental Army
#7009, aired 2015-02-19REVOLUTIONARY WAR FIGURES $400: On April 18, 1775, Massachusetts Governor Gage ordered British troops to destroy military stores in this town near Lexington Concord
#7008, aired 2015-02-18COMMISSIONED ARTWORKS $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.) In 1946, Rockwell got an actual lineman to pose at his studio on a pole fitted with cables & anchored to nearby trees for a commission for this phone company AT&T
#7008, aired 2015-02-18OCEANOGRAPHY $1200: Research ships used by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in this state included Atlantis & Knorr Massachusetts
#7002, aired 2015-02-10FEMALE AUTHORS $400: In Concord, Massachusetts, you can tour the home where she wrote & set "Little Women" (Louisa May) Alcott
#6991, aired 2015-01-26HOSPITALS $1600: McLean Psychiatric in Massachusetts is the setting of Susanna Kaysen's memoir "Girl," this Interrupted
#6960, aired 2014-12-12STATE MOTTOES $4,000 (Daily Double): Its motto, "Equal Rights", reflexts the fact that its women were given the right to vote in 1869 Wyoming
#6956, aired 2014-12-08STATES BY COUNTIES $200: Calvert, Somerset, Anne Arundel Maryland
#6953, aired 2014-12-03AMERICAN HISTORY $1200: This colony, established by Pilgrims in 1620, celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621 Plymouth
#6946, aired 2014-11-24BOSTON ACCENTS $1600: In 1985 the first restaurant in this chain opened in Newton, Massachusetts & focused on rotisserie chicken Boston Market
#6945, aired 2014-11-21COLONIAL AMERICA $400: In November 1621 the Fortune, the second ship to reach this Massachusetts colony, brought 35 more people Plymouth
#6925, aired 2014-10-24LIBRARIES $3,000 (Daily Double): The library of this type of institution in Norfolk, Massachusetts made Malcolm X the thinker & orator we know a state prison
#6921, aired 2014-10-20A "B" IN AMERICAN HISTORY $400: 2 British soldiers were found guilty in this 1770 Massachusetts riot; their thumbs were branded "M" for murder the Boston Massacre
#6914, aired 2014-10-09NORMAN ROCKWELL'S SATURDAY EVENING POST COVERS $200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds a Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post cover at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) Soon favoring photographs, one of the last paintings for which Rockwell used live models was for a 1936 cover depicting this type of singing group a barbershop quartet
#6914, aired 2014-10-09NORMAN ROCKWELL'S SATURDAY EVENING POST COVERS $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a Post cover at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) The original "Boy on High Dive" painting from a 1947 cover now belongs to this "Lincoln" director, who says that we're all on diving boards during our lives & that taking the plunge is something we must face Steven Spielberg
#6914, aired 2014-10-09NORMAN ROCKWELL'S SATURDAY EVENING POST COVERS $600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a Post cover at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) For a wartime cover in 1943, Rockwell got a phone operator from his hometown in Vermont to pose as this iconic character Rosie the Riveter
#6914, aired 2014-10-09NORMAN ROCKWELL'S SATURDAY EVENING POST COVERS $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a Post cover at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) Submitted for the New York World's Fair in 1939 was Rockwell's cover of a disheveled druggist, also known by this old-fashioned name an apothecary
#6914, aired 2014-10-09NORMAN ROCKWELL'S SATURDAY EVENING POST COVERS $1000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew holds a Post cover at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.) 1948's "Homecoming" cover was truly a friends-and-family affair: there's Rockwell, these are his three sons, and over here is this friend & fellow artist Grandma Moses
#6910, aired 2014-10-03MASSACHUSETTS $200: Appropriate in light of its early Colonial history, this is Massachusetts' state flower the Mayflower
#6910, aired 2014-10-03MASSACHUSETTS $400: It's the river seen here, complete with the familiar rowers the Charles
#6910, aired 2014-10-03MASSACHUSETTS $600: It's the present-day name of the Mass. city where John Hancock & other famous Johns were born Quincy
#6910, aired 2014-10-03MASSACHUSETTS $800: The first African-American governor of Massachusetts, he took office in 2007 Deval Patrick
#6910, aired 2014-10-03MASSACHUSETTS $1000: "Time and the Town" is a classic chronicle of life in this Massachusetts beach getaway known as PTown Provincetown
#6909, aired 2014-10-02AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARIES $400: Dr. Joseph Warren, a Massachusetts statesman, was one of the first to die in the war, in this June 17, 1775 battle The Battle of Bunker Hill
#6909, aired 2014-10-02AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARIES $800: A Massachusetts governor called this son of a Boston brewer the "chief incendiary" of the revolution Samuel Adams
#6907, aired 2014-09-30MRS. WARREN'S PROFESION $400: In 2012 Elizabeth Warren was elected a senator from this state Massachusetts
#6906, aired 2014-09-29CANDLES $2000: In 1974 this Massachusetts firm introduced its Country Kitchen & Bath Brite apothecary candle jar lines Yankee Candle
#6902, aired 2014-09-23CELEBRITY ORIGINS $1000: (I'm George Stephanopoulos.) Like many Greek-Americans before them, my parents settled in Massachusetts & I was born in this city, site of an infamous double murder in 1892 Fall River
#6891, aired 2014-07-28THE GEOGRAPHIC CENTER $400: Of this U.S. state: central Worcester County Massachusetts
#6883, aired 2014-07-16SMART STREETS $1,400 (Daily Double): The Emerson Playground is on Thoreau Street in this city Concord, Massachusetts
#6871, aired 2014-06-30U.S. COLONY NAMES $4,000 (Daily Double): Massachusetts means "at the big" one of these; colony Gov. John Winthrop said, "we shall be as a city upon" one of these a hill
#6870, aired 2014-06-27ALTERED STATES $1600: In the Northeast: Casts same tush Massachusetts
#6864, aired 2014-06-19THE BOOK OF MORMONS $400: This man who succeeded Jane Swift as governor of Massachusetts in 2003 Mitt Romney
#6862, aired 2014-06-17NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES $2000: Celebrating over 200 years of firearms making, the Springfield Armory National Historic Site is found in this state Massachusetts
#6861, aired 2014-06-16NOOSE MEN $400: Accused by his in-laws of this, John Willard was found guilty & hanged in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts witchcraft
#6837, aired 2014-05-13STATE FACTS $2000: The highest point in Massachusetts is in these western hills the Berkshires
#6830, aired 2014-05-02WRIT IN WATER $400: The Battle of the Coral Sea saw the sinking of this carrier that shares a name with Massachusetts & Kentucky cities Lexington
#6822, aired 2014-04-22COLLEGES, NOT UNIVERSITIES $1600: Founded not by Roger but Ephraim, this Massachusetts school boasts alums like George Steinbrenner Williams College
#6818, aired 2014-04-16WE HAVE LAWS $200: Massachusetts law largely bans the sale of booze on Sundays, legal holidays & this day of democracy in action voting day (or Election Day)
#6814, aired 2014-04-10SUPREME COURT JUSTICES $2000: In 1948, a Massachusetts university was named for this man, who wrote the essay "Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It" Louis Brandeis
#6809, aired 2014-04-03EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY $400: On Feb. 29, 1704 in this queen's war, the French & Indians burned Deerfield, Massachusetts Queen Anne
#6788, aired 2014-03-05LOGOS $600: The game is afoot at this company, begun in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1860 Milton Bradley
#6777, aired 2014-02-18OTHER LONE STAR FLAGS $600: The one 5-pointed star on the flag of this "Bay State" indicates it was one of the first 13 states Massachusetts
#6774, aired 2014-02-13HISTORIC AMERICANS $600: After he was kicked out of a town in Massachusetts, this leader of the Green Mountain Boys settled in what's now Vermont Ethan Allen
#6771, aired 2014-02-10FAMOUS HOMES $1,000 (Daily Double): Peacefield in Quincy, Massachusetts was the mansion of this man who purchased it in 1787 John Adams
#6768, aired 2014-02-05LIKE HENRY JAMES? $800: Henry dealt with radical feminism in this novel whose title tells you it's set in Massachusetts The Bostonians
#6753, aired 2014-01-15STATE THE SENATOR $200: In 1803: John Quincy Adams Massachusetts
#6744, aired 2014-01-02AMERICAN HISTORY $1600: With the consent of Massachusetts, this state was admitted to the union as part of the Missouri compromise in 1820 Maine
#6737, aired 2013-12-24OUR HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS $800: This document remained in effect for 71 years, until Plymouth was incorporated into the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691 Mayflower Compact
#6731, aired 2013-12-16SECRET SERVICE CODE NAMES $800: This late Massachusetts senator was "Sunburn"; his mom, "Coppertone" Ted Kennedy
#6712, aired 2013-11-19INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK $200: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, PA.) A quill box & shaker for sprinking sand over wet ink to speed drying are accessories of the silver ink stand used by the Declaration of Independence signers leading off with this Massachusetts man John Hancock
#6709, aired 2013-11-14ANNUAL EVENTS $400: Its route begins in Hopkinton, Massachusetts & passes Fenway Park the Boston Marathon
#6709, aired 2013-11-14U.S. HISTORY: THE FIRST 100 YEARS $600: In the first census, 1790, New York was America's largest city & this was the most populous state Virginia
#6708, aired 2013-11-13THE YEAR 1713 $1600: A new type of boat got its name when someone said, "See how she scoons!" in this Massachusetts fishing town Gloucester
#6695, aired 2013-10-25GRAPE JAM $200: Grape Island in this Massachusetts harbor was the site of a skirmish over hay during the Revolutionary War Boston Harbor
#6694, aired 2013-10-24FRAGILE $600: This woman who won a Massachusetts Senate seat in 2013 co-wrote "The Fragile Middle Class" Elizabeth Warren
#6689, aired 2013-10-17U.S. GOVERNORS $1200: In 2007 Deval Patrick became this New England state's first black governor & the second ever elected in the U.S. Massachusetts
#6679, aired 2013-10-03BORN & DIED $3,000 (Daily Double): He was born in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1925 & died in Los Angeles June 6, 1968 RFK
#6679, aired 2013-10-03INFLUENTIAL WRITING $1,000 (Daily Double): "A Winter Walk" & "Slavery in Massachusetts" are essays by this 19th century American Thoreau
#6649, aired 2013-07-11CURRENT U.S. SENATOR BEFORE & AFTER $800: A Massachusetts female senator gets to the bottom of the JFK assassination as a group appointed on Nov. 29, 1963 Elizabeth Warren Commision
#6628, aired 2013-06-12NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARKS $800: A New Bedford, Massachusetts park commemorates this 19th c. industry with a museum & a schooner whaling
#6628, aired 2013-06-12NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARKS $1,000 (Daily Double): Concord, Massachusetts has a visitor center for the park with this kind of soldier in its name a minuteman
#6611, aired 2013-05-20RELIGIOUS LEADERS $1,000 (Daily Double): In the 1880s she taught her healing methods to students at her Massachusetts metaphysical college Mary Baker Eddy
#6608, aired 2013-05-15STUFF ABOUT STATES $7,200 (Daily Double): Of the 4 states officially called commonwealths, it's alphabetically last Virginia
#6607, aired 2013-05-14AMERICA AFTER THE REVOLUTION $2000: This 1786-1787 rebellion of debtor farmers in Massachusetts was named for its leader Shays' Rebellion
#6604, aired 2013-05-09WHATEVER $200: In 2013 this longtime senator from Massachusetts became U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry
#6600, aired 2013-05-03SEEKIN ASYLUMS $1200: This film with Leonardo DiCaprio seeking a patient was filmed at Medfield State Hospital in Massachusetts Shutter Island
#6600, aired 2013-05-03THE BIG "BOARD" $600: Examples of these include Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut & Phillips Academy in Massachusetts boarding school
#6593, aired 2013-04-24BUT THE END IS ROUGH $800: In 1973 Albert DeSalvo, known as this Massachusetts killer, was slain in prison by the Walpole Shanker the "Boston Strangler"
#6582, aired 2013-04-09BIG CITY SUBURBS $200: Concord, Lowell Boston (Massachusetts)
#6580, aired 2013-04-05HOW COLLEGES GOT THEIR NAMES $800: NYC's Fashion Institute of Technology got its name in imitation of this school up Boston way MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#6571, aired 2013-03-25PHI BETA KAPPA $2000: 1842: at Bowdoin, a novelist from Salem, Massachusetts Nathaniel Hawthorne
#6558, aired 2013-03-06"CROSS" WORD CLUES $1000: In 1843 Benedict J. Fenwick founded it as a men's college in Massachusetts Holy Cross
#6537, aired 2013-02-05HIGH SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY $400: State where you'd find Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, dating back to 1648 Massachusetts
#6535, aired 2013-02-01THE 113th CONGRESS $1600: This consumer advocate is the first female senator from Massachusetts (Elizabeth) Warren
#6532, aired 2013-01-29AMERICAN KNIGHTS $600: In 2009, 6 months before his death, this giant of Massachusetts politics got a knighthood Teddy Kennedy
#6517, aired 2013-01-08THE 6 NEW ENGLAND STATES $1,000 (Daily Double): The 2 whose names come from Native American words Massachusetts and Connecticut
#6508, aired 2012-12-261892 $200: On January 20 this sport's first official game was played at the Springfield, Massachusetts YMCA gymnasium basketball
#6503, aired 2012-12-19GOVERNORS $200: He governed Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 Mitt Romney
#6483, aired 2012-11-21GENERAL PRACTICE $800: Gen. Thomas Gage, military governor of this colony, ordered the redcoats to march on Lexington & Concord Massachusetts
#6478, aired 2012-11-14THE MAP OF EUROPE $1200: This nation, though largely in Asia, has a small European section that's about the size of Massachusetts Turkey
#6454, aired 2012-10-11PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES $600: At Columbia Point in Boston, Massachusetts John F. Kennedy
#6440, aired 2012-09-21THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION $1000: Elbridge Gerry from this state refused to sign the Constitution because in it "liberties... were not secured" Massachusetts
#6437, aired 2012-09-18AN A-PAUL-ING CATEGORY $2000: Seen here, he was a senator from Massachusetts Paul Tsongas
#6435, aired 2012-08-03CREATURES $3,000 (Daily Double): (Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Harvard Museum of Natural History in Boston Massachusetts) Discovered in 1935, a skull at the Harvard Museum of Natural History is called a type specimen, as it helped paleontologists establish this type of dinosaur the triceratops
#6433, aired 2012-08-01POLITICIANS $800: This 2012 Republican presidential candidate was governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 Romney
#6411, aired 2012-07-02THE QUICK PICK PAPERS $2000: As a legislator in Massachusetts from 1827 to 1837, this educator acted to get lottery ticket sales banned (Horace) Mann
#6403, aired 2012-06-20UNOFFICIAL STATE NICKNAMES $600: "The Pilgrim State" Massachusetts
#6392, aired 2012-06-05ALTARED STATES $1200: Old North Church, built in 1723 Massachusetts
#6378, aired 2012-05-16THE BRITISH ARE COMING! $1200: On April 19, 1775 700 British troops reached this town near dawn; about 70 minutemen were there to greet them Lexington, Massachusetts
#6373, aired 2012-05-09PLAY SETTINGS $400: "The Crucible": 1692 in this Massachusetts city Salem
#6350, aired 2012-04-06THE CHILDREN OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY $400: Joseph P. Kennedy II was a 6-term congressman from this state where he was born Massachusetts
#6340, aired 2012-03-23AUTHORS WITH MASS. APPEAL $400: An 1860s poem that begins "Because I could not stop for death" is by this woman from western Massachusetts Emily Dickinson
#6335, aired 2012-03-16SHIP OUT $1000: On July 25, 1956 this Italian liner collided with a Swedish ship & sank off Massachusetts Andrea Doria
#6320, aired 2012-02-24U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: Massachusetts' Barnstable County mostly consists of this hook-shaped cape Cape Cod
#6319, aired 2012-02-23LESSER-KNOWN WOMEN $1,700 (Daily Double): Massachusetts' state heroine is Deborah Samson, who, disguised as a male soldier, fought in this war The American Revolution
#6316, aired 2012-02-20"SETT"ING $400: The only U.S. state that fits the bill Massachusetts
#6315, aired 2012-02-17BORN IN 1912 $600: Born in Cambridge, he represented Massachusetts in the U.S. House for 34 years, 10 as speaker in the '70s & '80s Tip O'Neill
#6308, aired 2012-02-08COLLEGE "M" $800: Emily Dickinson & Wendy Wasserstein were alums of this "Seven Sisters" school in South Hadley, Massachusetts Mount Holyoke
#6301, aired 2012-01-30STATE FLOWERS $200: The mayflower Massachusetts
#6287, aired 2012-01-10STATE OF THE UNION $200: This Union state's 6th regiment was nicknamed the Minutemen; its 20th was the Harvard Regiment Massachusetts
#6283, aired 2012-01-0419th CENTURY CONGRESSMEN $400: It wasn't "The Devil and" him repping Massachusetts in the House from 1823 to 1827--it was just him (Daniel) Webster
#6274, aired 2011-12-22A WHALE OF A BOOK $2000: The hero stows away on a whaler in Poe's "Narrative of A. Gordon Pym, of" this Massachusetts island Nantucket
#6272, aired 2011-12-20ZOOM IN FOR A CLOSE-UP $400: To start off, you're getting an aerial view of this state Massachusetts
#6272, aired 2011-12-20ZOOM IN FOR A CLOSE-UP $2000: In the garden is this American, but not Massachusetts-born, hero on horseback, ready for his close-up George Washington
#6267, aired 2011-12-13CAPES $800: In 1623 this Massachusetts cape was named for the then-queen of England Cape Ann
#6258, aired 2011-11-30THIS LANDFILL IS MY LANDFILL $1000: South Hadley Landfill Massachusetts
#6250, aired 2011-11-18SEEING A BIT OF AMERICA $1000: One if by land & two if by sea--seen here is this Massachusetts landmark the Old North Church
#6236, aired 2011-10-31HOSPITALS $400: Sylvia Plath worked as a secretary at this hospital, MGH for short Massachusetts General Hospital
#6235, aired 2011-10-28THE 1600s $600: For nearly 40 years, until 1679, New Hampshire was part of this colony the Massachusetts Bay Colony
#6233, aired 2011-10-26NEWSPAPER HISTORY $1600: This Massachusetts daily's early issues included "The Sunday Pulpit", a review of local sermons The Boston Globe
#6231, aired 2011-10-24COME TO OUR AIDE $2,600 (Daily Double): (Hi. I'm Chris Matthews.) Here's a tip for you: for 6 years, I was the top aide to this Democrat from Massachusetts when he was Speaker of the House Tip O'Neill
#6228, aired 2011-10-19AMERICA BEFORE THE REVOLUTION $1,200 (Daily Double): It remained a separate colony for most of its 71 years until it was absorbed by Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1691 the Plymouth Colony
#6225, aired 2011-10-14HOME FROM THE HOUSE $600: Let us be Barney Frank--the Harvard grad heads home to this state, where he also spent 8 years in its House Massachusetts
#6211, aired 2011-09-26U.S. BIRTHPLACES $2000: This Massachusetts city is the "Birthplace of Basketball" Springfield
#6208, aired 2011-09-21MONEY BEST PLACES TO LIVE $800: Cozy Sharon in this northeast state's Norfolk County is teeming with history: a church there has a Paul Revere bell Massachusetts
#6203, aired 2011-07-27WITH THIS "RING" $800: Cities in Missouri & Massachusetts are called this, also the capital of a third state Springfield
#6202, aired 2011-07-26U.S. PLACE NAMES $400: No big surprise--this hook-shaped peninsula of Massachusetts was named for the fish caught off its shores Cape Cod
#6197, aired 2011-07-19MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL $200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew stands on a stage.) W.T.G. Morton made history here in Mass General's surgical amphitheatre. On October 14, 1886 he performed the first public successful surgery using this anesthetic ether
#6197, aired 2011-07-19MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands in front of a piece of apparatus.) Massachusetts General is the only place where PET scanning and this imaging use one machine; the combination in 3-D images gives information faster in brain cancer patients, minimizing the time between detection and treatment MRI
#6197, aired 2011-07-19MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL $600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands in front of another apparatus.) A device that uses microchips to detect one cancer cell in a billion may supersede this technique of taking tissue samples from living patients and may lead to finding cancers before tumors form a biopsy
#6197, aired 2011-07-19MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL $1000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew stands before another apparatus.) To spare healthy tissues while treating tumors Massachusetts General uses a state-of-the-art cyclotron to deliver radiation; beams of these particles: hydrogen atoms whose electrons have been removed protons
#6197, aired 2011-07-19MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL $2,800 (Daily Double): (Sarah of the Clue Crew is in front of another piece of apparatus.) Massachusetts General is one of the first hospitals to make genetic testing standard in cancer treatment. Robotics allow the processing of up to 96 samples at once so doctors can immediately target patients with these changes in DNA sequence mutations
#6190, aired 2011-07-08NAME THE YEAR $800: The Pilgrims first come ashore in Massachusetts 1620
#6187, aired 2011-07-05AMERICANA $800: It's said that William Driver of Massachusetts gave the American flag this 2-word nickname Old Glory
#6181, aired 2011-06-27OXFORD $1600: Worcester County is home to this state's town of Oxford, incorporated 1713 Massachusetts
#6178, aired 2011-06-22BEN & JERRY'S FLAVORS $800: Ben & Jerry's has a flavor called this, also the name of the official dessert of Massachusetts Boston Cream Pie
#6170, aired 2011-06-10NONFICTION $800: "Against All Odds" is this current Massachusetts senator's tale of overcoming a childhood of beatings & worse Scott Brown
#6161, aired 2011-05-30BORN & DIED $200: Born: Feb. 22, 1932, Boston, Massachusetts. Died: Aug. 25, 2009, Hyannis Port, Massachusetts Ted Kennedy
#6154, aired 2011-05-19PRESIDENTS OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS $2,000 (Daily Double): This declaration signer from Massachusetts served the longest as President of Congress, 30 months John Hancock
#6140, aired 2011-04-29STATE PARKS $600: Myles Standish State Park Massachusetts
#6138, aired 2011-04-27PROFILES $1600: This Massachusetts man was still a student at Yale when he spoke with Vice President Hubert Humphrey John Kerry
#6135, aired 2011-04-22FATHER'S IN LAW $400: Father was quite the cutup in Prof. Charles Fried's class at this Massachusetts law school founded in 1817 Harvard
#6134, aired 2011-04-21STATE / PRISON $800: Cedar Junction & Framingham are wicked excellent prisons for the wicked Massachusetts
#6124, aired 2011-04-07HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $200: In the 1950s Paul Revere's ride was depicted on signs for this state's I-90 turnpike Massachusetts
#6123, aired 2011-04-06ONE MAN, ONE BOAT $200: Alfred Johnson sailed alone in his aptly named dory "Centennial" from Massachusetts to Britain in this year 1876
#6121, aired 2011-04-04ARCHITECTURE $400: This style of home named for a Massachusetts peninsula features a gabled roof & a central chimney a Cape Cod
#6107, aired 2011-03-15THE IDES OF MARCH $1000: In 1819 residents in this part of Massachusetts voted for separation; on March 15, 1820 it became a state Maine
#6098, aired 2011-03-02FIRST THINGS FIRST $1,800 (Daily Double): Not surprisingly, the first architecture dept. at a college was established at this Boston-area school in 1865 MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#6093, aired 2011-02-23THE 13 COLONIES $1600: In 1741 King George II set this colony's southern border with Massachusetts New Hampshire
#6085, aired 2011-02-11THE CITY'S OLDEST RESTAURANT $200: Union Oyster House--a Massachusetts city Boston
#6078, aired 2011-02-02NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS $1200: The site where he launched the first liquid fuel rocket in 1926 is now part of a golf course fairway in Massachusetts (Robert) Goddard
#6074, aired 2011-01-27TOYS & GAMES $400: These Massachusetts siblings began their empire in the 1880s with a game called Banking Parker Brothers
#6074, aired 2011-01-27WASN'T THAT AN '80s THING? $1200: He was elected Governor of Massachusetts in 1982 & 1986 & then it was on to the presidency! Well, not quite (Michael) Dukakis
#6069, aired 2011-01-20COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800 (Daily Double): Opened in 1865, this N.E. college was started by a scientist for an increasingly industrialized America MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#6069, aired 2011-01-20DESCRIBING THE FILM $1000: 2010: Affleck-ted directing; Massachusetts mayhem; you can bank (rob) on it The Town
#6066, aired 2011-01-17DENZEL WASHINGTON FILMS $800: A member of the 54th regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Glory
#6058, aired 2011-01-05CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF $800: Some argue there are 46 states, not 50, as Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania & Massachusetts are all these Commonwealths
#6046, aired 2010-12-20BIRTH! HELPED FOUND THE USA! DEATH! $800: Born Jan. 12, 1737 in Massachusetts, served in the state's general court, signed out Oct. 8, 1793 John Hancock
#6034, aired 2010-12-02TOP CHEF $1200: This Massachusetts native was the executive chef at Commander's Palace in New Orleans Emeril Lagasse
#6033, aired 2010-12-01ME TARZAN $1200: This author of the Tarzan stories was expelled from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts (Edgar Rice) Burroughs
#6032, aired 2010-11-30MASSACHUSETTS STATE SYMBOLS $200: Hey Pilgrim! It's Massachusetts' State Historical Rock Plymouth Rock
#6032, aired 2010-11-30MASSACHUSETTS STATE SYMBOLS $400: This ingredient in a Cape Codder cocktail is the State Beverage (Hint: it's not the vodka) cranberry juice
#6032, aired 2010-11-30MASSACHUSETTS STATE SYMBOLS $600: This planter of fruit trees has been designated the official Folk Hero Johnny Appleseed
#6032, aired 2010-11-30MASSACHUSETTS STATE SYMBOLS $800: Fittingly titled "Massachusetts", the official folk song was written by this folkie, Woody's son Arlo Guthrie
#6032, aired 2010-11-30MASSACHUSETTS STATE SYMBOLS $1000: This depictor of small-town life who eventually made his home in Stockbridge is the official artist of the Commonwealth Norman Rockwell
#6029, aired 2010-11-25WE'RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER BOAT $1200: This drama adapted from a book concerns the Massachusetts fishing boat the Andrea Gail The Perfect Storm (A Perfect Storm accepted)
#6021, aired 2010-11-15STATE FACTS $400: As of 2008 Asians made up nearly 40% of this state's population Hawaii
#6009, aired 2010-10-28STATE MASHUPS BY CITIES $200: Des Moines plus Walla Walla IoWashington
#6009, aired 2010-10-28STATE MASHUPS BY CITIES $600: Omaha plus Dodge City NebrasKansas
#6009, aired 2010-10-28STATE MASHUPS BY CITIES $800: Las Cruces plus Telluride New MexiColorado
#6003, aired 2010-10-20STATE / COLLEGES $400: Berklee College of Music & Amherst College Massachusetts
#6001, aired 2010-10-18AMERICAN HISTORY $600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map of New England on the monitor.) In May 1643, to discourage attacks by the Dutch & others, the United Colonies of New England was formed by 4 Puritan colonies: Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut, New Haven & this one Plymouth
#5984, aired 2010-09-23ONE HOT TOWN $800: On Aug. 2, 1975 it was wicked hot in New Bedford in this state--1070! I nearly keeled ovah in the yahd! Massachusetts
#5976, aired 2010-09-13THE ONION DESCRIBES THE STATE $400: "Home to hundreds of prestigious colleges... (it) is where the nation's best and brightest can't afford to go" Massachusetts
#5965, aired 2010-07-16MUSEUMS $400: The Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology is at this Cambridge, Massachusetts institution Harvard
#5961, aired 2010-07-12JUST A BILL ON CAPITOL HILL $400: Born in Quincy & educated in Braintree, Bill Delahunt has repped this state since 1997 Massachusetts
#5957, aired 2010-07-06NEWS TO ME $1600: In a surprise, Ted Kennedy's old Senate seat in this state went to a Republican in a January 2010 election Massachusetts
#5956, aired 2010-07-05PEOPLE FROM PENNSYLVANIA $1600: This "Little Women" author was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania in 1832 but grew up in Massachusetts Louisa May Alcott
#5940, aired 2010-06-11LYRICAL POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $2000: Bob Dylan: "So don't fear if you hear a foreign sound to your ear it's alright, ____, I'm only sighing" Massachusetts (for Ma)
#5929, aired 2010-05-27STATES' FORMER GOVERNORS $400: Michael Dukakis, 1983-1991 Massachusetts
#5924, aired 2010-05-20WHO CARRIED THE STATE? $2,800 (Daily Double): Massachusetts, 1972 George McGovern
#5912, aired 2010-05-04POTPOURRI $1000: Barry Manilow was born in Brooklyn; Michael Dukakis was born in this Massachusetts town Brookline
#5909, aired 2010-04-29STATE LICENSE PLATE MOTTOS $1000: "The Spirit of America" Massachusetts
#5905, aired 2010-04-23FACTS ABOUT AUTHORS $400: Born in Salem, Massachusetts in 1804, one of his ancestors was a judge at the Salem Witchcraft Trials in 1692 (Nathaniel) Hawthorne
#5900, aired 2010-04-16EDIBLE STATE SYMBOLS $1000: Baked navy beans, chocolate chip cookies, cranberry juice Massachusetts
#5898, aired 2010-04-14MADAM, I'M ADAMS $800: In my day, I was known as a declaration signer & a Massachusetts governor, not a beermaker Samuel Adams
#5891, aired 2010-04-05"G"-MALE $800: Seuss was the middle name of this man born in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1904 (Theodor) Geisel
#5885, aired 2010-03-26LAST OF A DYING BREED $1000: "Booming Ben", the last Heath hen, stopped booming in 1932 on this big Massachusetts island Martha's Vineyard
#5883, aired 2010-03-24STATE FLAGS & SEALS $1,500 (Daily Double): Both its flag & seal were re-adopted in 1967 when a portrait by Gilbert Stuart was approved for the seal Washington
#5872, aired 2010-03-09GOVERNORS $200: In 1780 he signed on as Massachusetts' first governor John Hancock
#5868, aired 2010-03-03U.S. STATES' LARGEST ISLANDS $400: Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts
#5860, aired 2010-02-19THE NATIONAL WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL $2000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reads the clue from the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.) A Quincy, Massachusetts ship inspector was the likely source of this 3-word phrase which was seen everywhere, often accompanying a cartoon figure during World War II Kilroy was here
#5855, aired 2010-02-12LITTLE LANDS $400: This little Central American country is about the size of Massachusetts, but Belmopan, not Boston, is its capital Belize
#5853, aired 2010-02-10BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL $1000: In 1999 Sloan school alum Kenan Sahin made a surprise 9-figure donation to this institute the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.)
#5845, aired 2010-01-29RELIGIOUS LEADERS $200: After coming to America in 1620, William Brewster served as religious leader for this colony Plymouth
#5845, aired 2010-01-29THE U.S. SENATE $2000: The 9 honored with Reception Room portraits include the "Great Triumvirate": Clay, Calhoun & this Massachusetts man Daniel Webster
#5841, aired 2010-01-2519th CENTURY SENATORS BY STATE $400: John Quincy Adams Massachusetts
#5839, aired 2010-01-21REMEMBERING TED KENNEDY $400: The third longest-serving senator in history, Kennedy represented this state for 47 years Massachusetts
#5833, aired 2010-01-13STATES BY COUNTIES $400: Middlesex, Essex, Worcester Massachusetts
#5820, aired 2009-12-25PRESIDENTS AT REST $1200: The 2 who are buried at the First Unitarian Church in Quincy, Massachusetts John Adams & John Quincy Adams
#5789, aired 2009-11-12DETENTION $1600: In 1692 Tituba, a West Indian slave, spent 13 months in jail in this Massachusetts Bay Colony town Salem
#5786, aired 2009-11-09"B.C." $1000: This Massachusetts Jesuit campus is in Chestnut Hill Boston College
#5782, aired 2009-11-03DANGEROUS PLANET $400: In June 1953 one of these fatally touched down in Worcester, Massachusetts, far from the Midwest a tornado
#5782, aired 2009-11-03YOUNG MR. PRESIDENT $800: He grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, & attended private schools there & in Andover, Massachusetts George H.W. Bush
#5760, aired 2009-10-02MOBY DICK $1000: The ominously named Peter Coffin owns the Spouter-Inn in this "New" Massachusetts whaling port New Bedford
#5733, aired 2009-07-08GET OUTTA MY DREAMS $800: Representing this state in Congress, like Niki Tsongas & Barney Frank, would be a dream come true Massachusetts
#5729, aired 2009-07-02THE STATE'S POSTAL ABBREVIATION $400: ...is Ma's husband Pennsylvania
#5719, aired 2009-06-18OBSCURE AMERICA $1000: The Norumbega Fault Zone runs from Penobscot Bay in this state through Massachusetts Maine
#5711, aired 2009-06-08POETRY IN EARLY AMERICA $400: William Bradford wrote of this Massachusetts city, "Thou now art grown / To be a great and wealthy town" Boston
#5703, aired 2009-05-27STATES' GEOGRAPHIC CENTERS $1000: The northern part of the city of Worcester Massachusetts
#5696, aired 2009-05-18STATES BY STATE PARKS $2,000 (Daily Double): Fall River Heritage State Park Massachusetts
#5682, aired 2009-04-28FISH TALES $1000: Mark Kurlansky's book about this food fish says in 1895 a 211-lb. one was caught off the coast of Massachusetts cod
#5673, aired 2009-04-15YOUR COLLEGE I.D. $1000: Massachusetts: clusters of feathers or hairs Tufts
#5671, aired 2009-04-13SAM ADAMS $1000: In June 1776 Adams was selected as Massachusetts' lone delegate to help draft this first U.S. Constitution the Articles of Confederation
#5668, aired 2009-04-0818th CENTURY AMERICA $1200: Yum! Chocolate manufacturing in the American colonies began in 1765 in what is now this state, in Dorchester Massachusetts
#5657, aired 2009-03-24REBELLIONS: SHAYS' & WHISKEY $400: Shays' Rebellion in this state in 1786-87 included an attack on the Springfield armory Massachusetts
#5649, aired 2009-03-12NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES $1200: The Penobscot are represented in the legislature of this state where you'll find Penobscot Bay Maine
#5636, aired 2009-02-23IN THE PARK $200: In Massachusetts a national park honors these "men" who famously fought on April 19, 1775 minutemen
#5619, aired 2009-01-29AMERICAN EDUCATION $1000: In 1838 this Massachusetts educator founded the biweekly Common School Journal for teachers Horace Mann
#5609, aired 2009-01-15A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS $600: In 1970 Massachusetts became the first state to adopt this type of auto insurance no-fault
#5603, aired 2009-01-07WOMEN'S TUITION $1600: Hillary Clinton became a Democrat while attending this Massachusetts school Wellesley
#5596, aired 2008-12-29BIRTH, ART, DEATH $1200: Born 1834 in Massachusetts, "Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2: Thomas Carlyle", died 1903 Whistler
#5563, aired 2008-11-12"A" IN GEOGRAPHY $800: It's home to Hampshire College & to a campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst
#5551, aired 2008-10-27POLITICS $2000: (I'm Candy Crowley, senior political correspondent.) A political cartoon depicting redistricting in Massachusetts gave us this term for a practice that's still around today gerrymandering
#5549, aired 2008-10-23LET'S EAT $2,500 (Daily Double): Rumors that these snacks were named for a physicist are untrue; they're named for a town in Massachusetts Fig Newtons
#5547, aired 2008-10-21BORN TO BE MILD $600: This writer began communing with nature on July 12, 1817 in Concord, Massachusetts Henry David Thoreau
#5546, aired 2008-10-20NAME THAT CENTURY $400: The Mayflower first drops anchor off the coast of Massachusetts the 17th century
#5535, aired 2008-10-03BIRTH OF A PRESIDENT $400: May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts JFK
#5535, aired 2008-10-03BIRTH OF A PRESIDENT $3,000 (Daily Double): June 12, 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts George Herbert Walker Bush
#5525, aired 2008-09-19BOOKS & AUTHORS $400: "The Lobster Chronicles" is Linda Greenlaw's book about life on a small island off the coast of this state Maine
#5508, aired 2008-07-16THIS IS YOUR LIFE, JOHN QUINCY ADAMS $2000: In 1767, when John Quincy Adams was born there, Quincy, Massachusetts was known by this name Braintree
#5498, aired 2008-07-02WE'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE $1000: We've left Lawrence, Kansas for Lawrence in this state, Leonard Bernstein's birthplace Massachusetts
#5486, aired 2008-06-16COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1,000 (Daily Double): Despite its name, it's located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts & it's actually a university Boston College
#5483, aired 2008-06-11THE JOY OF "SAC"s $1200: One half of the pair executed in Massachusetts in 1927 & then pardoned in 1977 (Nicola) Sacco
#5479, aired 2008-06-05GOVERNMENT $600: The USA's oldest appellate court in continuous existence is this highest body in Massachusetts the Supreme Court of Massachusetts
#5458, aired 2008-05-07HOW SOPHOMORIC! $1600: In 1933 Harvard hooligans fishnapped the "Sacred" this, a carving in the Massachusetts State House the Sacred Cod
#5427, aired 2008-03-25MASSACHUSETTS $200: Historic places of interest in Massachusetts include the Old State House & the Old North Church in this city Boston
#5427, aired 2008-03-25MASSACHUSETTS $400: The Pilgrims could tell you this is Massachusetts' official state flower the mayflower
#5427, aired 2008-03-25MASSACHUSETTS $600: Minute Man National Historical Park is located between these 2 Massachusetts cities made famous in April 1775 Lexington & Concord
#5427, aired 2008-03-25MASSACHUSETTS $800: We "checked": the first Massachusetts factory to make this fabric opened in 1846 gingham
#5427, aired 2008-03-25MASSACHUSETTS $1000: Founded in 1620, this town is the seat of a Mass. county of the same name & sits on a bay of the same name Plymouth
#5422, aired 2008-03-18NATIVE AMERICANS $600: This tribe's name was first on a bay, then a colony, then a state (which put 2 Ts in it) Massachusetts
#5417, aired 2008-03-11STATE THE STATE $1600: On May 17, 2004 this eastern state became the first to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples Massachusetts
#5412, aired 2008-03-04OFFICIAL STATE FOOD & DRINK $400: It's the official state berry of Massachusetts--let us all give thanks cranberry
#5401, aired 2008-02-18BE A SPORT $800: A spike can be a kill, or you can get an ace using a jump serve in this sport invented in Massachusetts volleyball
#5396, aired 2008-02-11CLIFFS NOTES $800: Massachusetts man spends 2 years living alone in a cabin in the woods; writes book Walden
#5389, aired 2008-01-31PRO SPORTS HALL OF FAME CITIES $400: Springfield, Massachusetts basketball
#5387, aired 2008-01-29ART-IFICIAL $1200: The statue "Man at the Wheel" in Gloucester, Massachusetts is dedicated to men in this profession fishermen
#5379, aired 2008-01-17"GREEN" GEOGRAPHY $1200: They extend from Canada through Vermont into western Massachusetts Green Mountains
#5375, aired 2008-01-11STATE THE GOVERNOR $1,000 (Daily Double): In 2006 Deval Patrick was elected this state's first African-American governor Massachusetts
#5354, aired 2007-12-13IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STATE $1600: I'll "use" a map to drive to this state Massachusetts
#5343, aired 2007-11-28CHILDREN'S AUTHORS $600: Esther Forbes lived most of her life in this state & set her novel "Johnny Tremain" there Massachusetts
#5319, aired 2007-10-25FOOD STUFF $400: When salted & dried, this Massachusetts Bay Colony fish crop was stacked & shipped like lumber cod
#5315, aired 2007-10-19BANNED $1600: After being banned from Massachusetts, he established the Rhode Island colony Roger Williams
#5312, aired 2007-10-16COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $2000: Lord Jeffs is the nickname of the athletic teams of this Massachusetts college Amherst
#5304, aired 2007-10-04DOG TAGS $200: Born 1924, Milton, Massachusetts; pooch: Millie, a Springer spaniel George H.W. Bush
#5299, aired 2007-09-27PARTY $800: Must have been quite a "party"; the British passed 1774's "Intolerable Acts" to punish Massachusetts for it the Boston Tea Party
#5288, aired 2007-09-12WHERE AM I? $1600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew stands before an outdoor display of a whale skeleton.) Holy Cross is a college in Massachusetts; across the country, the name of this University of California campus means "holy cross" UC Santa Cruz
#5287, aired 2007-09-11COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1600: Charles, not Sonny, was the benefactor of this Medford, Massachusetts university Tufts
#5284, aired 2007-07-26POLITICIANS $1000: This former Massachusetts governor was CEO of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City Mitt Romney
#5273, aired 2007-07-11QUOTATIONS $1600: Told that there were already too many lawyers, Daniel Webster said, "There is always room" here at the top
#5265, aired 2007-06-29THE FEMALE EQUIVALENT $200: The University of Massachusetts Minutemen the Minutewomen
#5264, aired 2007-06-28THE 21st CENTURY $1000: A 2003 judgment said keeping 2 women from marrying each other violated this state's constitution Massachusetts
#5262, aired 2007-06-26NEW HAMPSHIRE $400: Until around 1680, New Hampshire was officially a part of this colony Massachusetts
#5257, aired 2007-06-19WHERE YA FROM, CONGRESSMAN? $400: John Quincy Adams after the presidency Massachusetts
#5253, aired 2007-06-13CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS $400: Barney Frank reps this state's 4th, which includes Newton, Taunton & part of Fall River Massachusetts
#5253, aired 2007-06-13CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS $1000: Woonsocket & Pawtucket are served by Patrick Kennedy of this state's 1st district Rhode Island
#5242, aired 2007-05-29DR. SEUSS $800: Dr. Seuss grew up in Springfield, Massachusetts, near this street found in the title of his first book Mulberry Street
#5234, aired 2007-05-17THE WRITE STUFF $1200: This author's collection "Tales of a Wayside Inn" is set at the Red Horse Tavern in Sudbury, Massachusetts Longfellow
#5233, aired 2007-05-162006 NEWS $800: (Jon of the Clue Crew indicates the monitor.) The Democrats gained 6 of these, including a win in Massachusetts by Deval Patrick, the second African-American ever elected to one the gubernatorial seat
#5232, aired 2007-05-15CHOP-A-HOLICS $800: In 1893 this Massachusetts woman was acquitted of giving her parents the axe Lizzie Borden
#5232, aired 2007-05-15GETTING AROUND THE CITY $600: Just learn the alphabet--heading down Beacon St., it's Arlington, Berkeley, Clarendon, then Dartmouth Boston, Massachusetts
#5209, aired 2007-04-12THE THEATRE $400: Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" is set in 1692 in this town Salem (Massachusetts)
#5205, aired 2007-04-06MASSACHUSETTS $400: This patriot's foundry made the State House dome watertight in 1802 by sheathing it with a thick layer of copper Paul Revere
#5205, aired 2007-04-06MASSACHUSETTS $800: In 1893 Springfield produced the USA's 1st gasoline-powered car; in 1901, the USA's 1st factory for these 2-wheelers motorcycles
#5205, aired 2007-04-06MASSACHUSETTS $1200: Nye Lubricants, founded in New Bedford in 1844, sold the USA's last bottle of this type of oil in 1978 whale oil
#5205, aired 2007-04-06MASSACHUSETTS $1600: This Western Mass. college, the state's oldest after Harvard, is a traditional rival of Amherst Williams
#5205, aired 2007-04-06MASSACHUSETTS $4,000 (Daily Double): "The Spirit of '76" hangs in this town whose name comes from the misidentification of granite as another rock Marblehead
#5195, aired 2007-03-23HAIL TO THE CHEF $400: The "essence of" this chef from Fall River, Massachusetts is that he likes to "kick it up a notch" Emeril Lagasse
#5175, aired 2007-02-23BILLs & TEDs $200: He's Massachusetts' senior senator Ted Kennedy
#5174, aired 2007-02-22THE NEXT STATE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER $400: After Maryland Massachusetts
#5173, aired 2007-02-21SOUND LIKE A LOCAL $400: To pass for a native of Danvers, Massachusetts, don't pronounce this letter in the town's name the R (the "Ah")
#5158, aired 2007-01-31PRESIDENTIAL HITCHING POSTS $1200: Calvin & Grace Coolidge, on Oct. 4, 1905 Vermont
#5151, aired 2007-01-22STATELY ARENAS $2,000 (Daily Double): TD Banknorth Garden, Paul E. Tsongas Arena Massachusetts
#5143, aired 2007-01-10MARINE BIOLOGY $1000: This Massachusetts village is home to the Marine Biological Laboratory & an oceanographic institution founded in 1930 Woods Hole
#5138, aired 2007-01-03WEEKEND IN NEW ENGLAND $800: Boston Harbor is the mouth of this river that flows through Cambridge, Massachusetts Charles River
#5128, aired 2006-12-20THE CONGRESSIONAL FAMILY NAME $400: Massachusetts' Sen. Ted & Rhode Island's Rep. Patrick are father & son Kennedy
#5126, aired 2006-12-18'ALLO, GOVERNOR $800: In office from 2003: Mitt Romney Massachusetts
#5113, aired 2006-11-29GOVERNORS $400: This son of Greek immigrants was elected governor of Massachusetts 3 times in the '70s & '80s (Michael) Dukakis
#5095, aired 2006-11-03CENTURY OF THE TRIAL $1,500 (Daily Double): Sarah Good, Rebecca Nurse, et al., for witchcraft the 17th century
#5090, aired 2006-10-27U.S.A. $200: Massachusetts' state rock is the Roxbury puddingstone; its state historical rock is this celebrated stone Plymouth Rock
#5089, aired 2006-10-26COLLEGE COLLAGE $2000: This South Hadley, Massachusetts women's college was founded in 1837 Mount Holyoke
#5072, aired 2006-10-03STATE GOVERNORS $400: This patriot known for his bold signature died in 1793 while serving his 9th term as governor of Massachusetts John Hancock
#5069, aired 2006-09-28STATE SONGS $200: "All Hail To" this state (no beans about it) Massachusetts
#5056, aired 2006-09-11STATE INSECTS $400: It might want to fly away home to Massachusetts, where it's the state insect the ladybug
#5049, aired 2006-07-20ABBREVIATED U.S. STATES $1,200 (Daily Double): The 2 states whose abbreviations are informal words for father & mother Pennsylvania, PA & Massachusetts, MA
#5046, aired 2006-07-17STATE FISH $200: A Massachusetts cape is named for this state fish, a valuable food source cod
#5036, aired 2006-07-03THE U.S. CENSUS $800: The first U.S. census counted 3.9 million people, which is also the current population of this U.S. commonwealth Puerto Rico
#5027, aired 2006-06-20AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY $600: We're sure the Berkshires are a chain of hills centered in the western part of this state Massachusetts
#5024, aired 2006-06-15STATES' FORMER GOVERNORS $400: John Hancock & Samuel Adams Massachusetts
#5022, aired 2006-06-13THE SENATOR OF ATTENTION $800: The last words of this 19th c. Massachusetts senator & noted orator were "I still live" Daniel Webster
#5020, aired 2006-06-09CITY OF THE DAY: MINNEAPOLIS $400: The information center at Minnehaha Park (off Hiawatha Ave.) is a replica of this poet's home in Massachusetts Longfellow
#5014, aired 2006-06-01WOMEN IN POLITICS $600: Bobby Kennedy's daughter Kathleen Kennedy Townsend was the first female lt. governor of this state Maryland
#5010, aired 2006-05-26"D" MEN $800: This cousin of an Oscar-winning actress was governor of Massachusetts for much of the 1970s & '80s Michael Dukakis
#4985, aired 2006-04-21A BUG'S LIFE $800: This garden pest controller is the state insect of Delaware & Massachusetts ladybug
#4982, aired 2006-04-18STATE OF DISASTER $600: In 1953 Worcester County saw one of the worst tornadoes in the history of this New England state Massachusetts
#4953, aired 2006-03-08SOUNDS LIKE SPORTS EQUIPMENT $800: 4-letter first name used by Mr. Romney, the current governor of Massachusetts Mitt
#4944, aired 2006-02-23COLLEGE KNOWLEDGE $2000: 2 of the 3 "Seven Sisters" colleges not located in Massachusetts--unlike the rest of the category (2 of) Bryn Mawr, Vassar, & Barnard
#4942, aired 2006-02-21METROPOLITAN SOBRIQUETS $400: "The City of Witches", Massachusetts Salem
#4939, aired 2006-02-16THE LARGEST U.S. STATE $800: Massachusetts, Maine, Maryland Maine
#4926, aired 2006-01-30CELEBRITY HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK $200: This comedian was once suspended for three days from his Andover, Massachusetts high school for burning rubber in the parking lot Jay Leno
#4924, aired 2006-01-26GRADUATE SCHOOL $2,000 (Daily Double): These 2 institutes of technology are tied atop the latest U.S. News ranking of physics grad schools Massachusetts Institute of Technology & California Institute of Technology (MIT & Caltech)
#4921, aired 2006-01-23HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $200: June 17 is Bunker Hill Day in this state's Suffolk County Massachusetts
#4915, aired 2006-01-13IT'S THE BERRIES $400: The 1st important American variety of this shortcake fruit was the hovey, grown in 1834 in Massachusetts strawberry
#4906, aired 2006-01-02OFFICIAL STATE FOOD & DRINK $1,000 (Daily Double): This fruit juice is Massachusetts' state beverage cranberry juice
#4901, aired 2005-12-26STATE OF THE UNION $400: Its name comes from a Native American word meaning "near the great hill" Massachusetts
#4894, aired 2005-12-15POLITICAL JOHNS $800: He was born in a Colorado army hospital in 1943; the family moved to Massachusetts soon after (John) Kerry
#4893, aired 2005-12-14U.S. HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $1200: In Boston, Mass. Ave., Massachusetts Avenue, intersects Com. Ave., this street Commonwealth Avenue
#4884, aired 2005-12-01TRAVEL & TOURISM $600: In June 1943 Boston Airport was renamed this to honor a native son who served in the Massachusetts Legislature Logan Airport
#4875, aired 2005-11-18U.S. HISTORY: THE EARLY 1800s $800: In the Missouri Compromise, Massachusetts gave up its northern territory to form this state Maine
#4873, aired 2005-11-16QUICK MOBY-DICK $800: Salem, Massachusetts author to whom the 1851 novel is dedicated Nathaniel Hawthorne
#4872, aired 2005-11-15STATE THE GEOGRAPHIC CENTER $1600: The north part of the city of Worcester, once a center of abolitionism Massachusetts
#4869, aired 2005-11-10COLLEGE AKA $800: In Massachusetts: Small clumps of hairs, trees or grass Tufts
#4865, aired 2005-11-04HEAD NORTH $400: All of Connecticut's almost 100-mile northern border is with this state Massachusetts
#4828, aired 2005-09-14ALONG BOSTON'S FREEDOM TRAIL $1000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Freedom Trail.) Begun in 1795, it's the building behind me that Oliver Wendell Holmes called the "hub of the solar system" the Bulfinch State House
#4827, aired 2005-09-13THE SUPREMES $200: Appointed in 1994, this justice from Massachusetts was the last to join the court in the 20th century Breyer
#4818, aired 2005-07-13IF I'M ELECTED... $1600: John Winthrop, who landed in the Americas in 1630, was elected governor of this colony 12 times the Massachusetts Bay Colony
#4815, aired 2005-07-08DEATH OF A PRESIDENT $400: He died on Independence Day in 1826 in Quincy, Massachusetts John Adams
#4796, aired 2005-06-13"HAY"ES $1000: This revolt, chiefly by farmers, took place in Massachusetts in 1786 Shays' Rebellion
#4792, aired 2005-06-07U.S. REPS BY STATE $400: Barney Frank, Edward Markey Massachusetts
#4787, aired 2005-05-31'ALLO, GOVERNOR! $400: Calvin Coolidge, Michael Dukakis Massachusetts
#4774, aired 2005-05-12GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $1000: He's Massachusetts' governor; his father served as the governor of Michigan in the '60s Mitt Romney
#4766, aired 2005-05-02STATE FIRSTS $600: In 1869 this state scored big with the first professional baseball team, the Red Stockings Ohio
#4745, aired 2005-04-01STATE CAPITAL IDEAS $400: It shares its name with a Massachusetts city famous for trials Salem (Oregon)
#4740, aired 2005-03-25A MANN CALLED HORACE $200: Horace Mann began his career as "The Father of American Public Education" in the 1830s in this "Bay State" Massachusetts
#4732, aired 2005-03-15THE STATE OF EDUCATION $2000: Suffolk University, Brandeis University Massachusetts
#4723, aired 2005-03-0221 $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a lectern at 21.) "A lot of people still don't really know who I am", said this Massachusetts senator at an April 2004 fundraiser at 21 John Kerry
#4672, aired 2004-12-21THE CIVIL WAR $5,000 (Daily Double): Widely used by both sides, this rifle shares its name with the Massachusetts city where it was made Springfield
#4672, aired 2004-12-21U.S. CITIES $1000: John Adams said "the child of Independence" was born in "the old Council Chamber" of this city's Old State House Boston
#4645, aired 2004-11-12NAME THAT CENTURY $400: The Pilgrims arrive in Massachusetts the 17th century
#4640, aired 2004-11-06OFFICIAL STATE FOOD & DRINK $2000: This alliterative state cookie of Massachusetts was invented there in the 1930s the chocolate chip cookie
#4638, aired 2004-11-04GUNSMOKE $800: This U.S. state's official seal shows a man holding a gun & standing on a peninsula Michigan
#4634, aired 2004-10-28SURVIVOR: CONGRESS $200: The tribe has spoken to the 8 Republicans who have run against this Massachusetts senator since 1962 Ted Kennedy
#4630, aired 2004-10-22AMERICAN HEROES $1600: Sign in please if you know this Massachusetts man was chosen President of the 2nd Continental Congress John Hancock
#4624, aired 2004-10-14NICKNAMES $600: Emily Dickinson was "the Belle of" & later "the Nun of" this Massachusetts town Amherst
#4622, aired 2004-10-12WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS $200: Some say this tool with an adjustable jaw was invented by a Massachusetts mechanic named Monk a monkey wrench
#4616, aired 2004-10-04THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE $800: George W. Bush won 91% of the vote in Massachusetts (unfortunately for him it was in this contest) the Republican primary
#4602, aired 2004-09-1419th CENTURY AMERICA $1600: This 19th C. glass was named for the Massachusetts village where it was made, not for a club or a dagwood Sandwich glass
#4592, aired 2004-07-20COLONIAL AMERICA $400: The first stagecoach line was established in 1732 between Burlington & Amboy in this colony New Jersey
#4592, aired 2004-07-20COLONIAL AMERICA $800: On October 9, 1635 this minister was banished from Massachusetts; he headed south to Rhode Island (Roger) Williams
#4579, aired 2004-07-01COLLEGE COLLAGE $2,400 (Daily Double): This town is home to Hampshire College & a U. of Massachusetts campus as well as the college that shares its name Amherst
#4547, aired 2004-05-18LITERARY SETTINGS $400: Hawthorne's introductory essay to "The Scarlet Letter" is about a custom-house in this seaport Salem, Massachusetts
#4546, aired 2004-05-17EARLY AMERICA $400: Harvard College was founded at Newtowne, Massachusetts in 1636; 2 years later the town was renamed this Cambridge
#4546, aired 2004-05-17EARLY AMERICA $1600: In December 1620 the Pilgrims established Plymouth Colony on the rocky shore of this bay Cape Cod Bay
#4539, aired 2004-05-06WHICH CAME FIRST? $2000: California statehood, Texas statehood, Massachusetts statehood Massachusetts statehood
#4529, aired 2004-04-22"COOL", DUDE! $400: In the late 19-teens, he was the governor of Massachusetts Calvin Coolidge
#4529, aired 2004-04-22THE MORGAN WEB $600: This game with indoor & outdoor versions was invented by William G. Morgan at a Massachusetts Y volleyball
#4527, aired 2004-04-20OFFICIAL STATE CREATURES $600: It's not odd that its state fish is the cod Massachusetts
#4521, aired 2004-04-12ER $2000: He based "ER" on his own time as a student at Massachusetts General Michael Crichton
#4503, aired 2004-03-17-OLOGIES $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew at Cape Cod, Massachusetts) One of the chapters in "Moby Dick" is called this, the study of whales cetology
#4503, aired 2004-03-17SENATORS BY STATE $200: John Kerry & Edward Kennedy Massachusetts
#4493, aired 2004-03-03YOU CAN'T $1200: In Massachusetts you can get 5 years for hiding one of these, like the one Grandma cut you out of a will
#4490, aired 2004-02-27U.S. BODIES OF WATER $800: This river that flows into Boston Harbor is the longest river entirely within Massachusetts the Charles
#4489, aired 2004-02-26BOTANY $100 (Daily Double): The trailing arbutus, also known as this, is shipshape as the state flower of Massachusetts the mayflower
#4487, aired 2004-02-24FOOD CHAIN $600: Offering "Home Style Meals" & a line of frozen entrees, this chain is headquartered in Colorado, not Massachusetts Boston Market
#4485, aired 2004-02-20AFRICAN-AMERICAN FIRSTS $600: W.E.B. Du Bois was the first African-American to earn a doctorate from this prestigious Massachusetts university Harvard
#4485, aired 2004-02-20POLITICIANS $400: 2 years after his brother was elected President, this senator from Massachusetts took office Ted (or Edward) Kennedy
#4479, aired 2004-02-12THE 50 STATES $1200: Its state dessert is a cream pie named for its largest city Massachusetts
#4475, aired 2004-02-06NATIVE AMERICAN PLACE NAMES $800: You'd have a whale of a good time visiting this Massachusetts island whose name may mean "the faraway land" Nantucket
#4475, aired 2004-02-06VICE PRESIDENTIAL BIRTHPLACES $400: October 30, 1735: Braintree, Massachusetts John Adams
#4467, aired 2004-01-27INNS $1000: The Red Horse Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts was the model for Longfellow's "Tales of" this "Inn" the Wayside Inn
#4467, aired 2004-01-27NAUTICAL TERMS $2000: (Sarah of the Clue Crew in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts) As well as cancelling, the name of this pin can also mean fastening belay/belaying
#4465, aired 2004-01-23U.S. CITIES $400: This Kentucky city was founded in 1775 & named for a battle site in Massachusetts Lexington
#4464, aired 2004-01-22WRITERS ON CAPE COD $200: (Sofia of the Clue Crew in Cape Cod, Massachusetts) In the years after leaving Walden Pond, he made four walking trips to Cape Cod, wishing to get a better view of the ocean (Henry David) Thoreau
#4461, aired 2004-01-19A WHALE OF A CATEGORY $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Cape Cod, Massachusetts) Long used by whalers, this 3-word phrase lets others know a whale has been spotted Thar she blows!
#4455, aired 2004-01-09GO FORTH ON AUGUST FOURTH $800: Aug. 4, 1892: She allegedly axes her father & stepmother to death in Fall River, Massachusetts Lizzie Borden
#4450, aired 2004-01-0217th CENTURY NAMES $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Provincetown, Massachusetts.) William Bradford's wife Dorothy died tragically in 1620 when she fell overboard here in Provincetown harbor, from this ship The Mayflower
#4448, aired 2003-12-31BRANDS $4,600 (Daily Double): It's what the NE stands for in NECCO, a confectionery company headquartered in Massachusetts New England
#4445, aired 2003-12-26COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: Emily Dickinson's grandfather was one of the founders of this Massachusetts college Amherst
#4438, aired 2003-12-17A WEEKEND AT THE CAPE $400: Chatham, Massachusetts is the point in Cape Cod that's usually compared to this body part the elbow
#4422, aired 2003-11-25STATES BY COUNTY $800: Barnstable, Nantucket, Plymouth Massachusetts
#4414, aired 2003-11-13HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND $1000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from Providence, Rhode Island) This rare Bible is the one John Elliot translated in the 1660s into this language, spoken by the Indians of Massachusetts Algonquian
#4412, aired 2003-11-1119th CENTURY AMERICAN AUTHORS $1600: his "American Scholar" author settled in Concord, Massachusetts in 1834 Ralph Waldo Emerson
#4412, aired 2003-11-11COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: Melvil Dewey (of Decimal System fame) graduated from this Massachusetts college named for a Lord Jeff Amherst
#4411, aired 2003-11-10SCIENCE & NATURE $1,000 (Daily Double): (Jimmy of the Clue Crew at Cape Cod, Massachusetts) When lightning strikes the sand, it can melt & fuse it into a type of this, called fulgurite glass
#4396, aired 2003-10-20THE GOODYEAR BLIMP $800: A winter visitor to Florida, or a Goodyear airship that stayed aloft for 11 days, going from Massachusetts to Florida via Africa the Snowbird
#4395, aired 2003-10-17THE CIVIL WAR $600: This state's 54th, whose heroics are seen in the movie "Glory", was one of the first black regiments from the North Massachusetts
#4386, aired 2003-10-06NATIONAL HISTORIC PARKS $600: Hawthorne's home is in the Massachusetts park named for one of these ready-in-a-moment soldiers a Minuteman
#4378, aired 2003-09-24HOW LONG? $200: In 1620 it took this ship 66 days to sail from England to Massachusetts the Mayflower
#4377, aired 2003-09-23STATES BY SCHOOL $400: Harvard University & Tufts University Massachusetts
#4368, aired 2003-09-10HOME BOYS $200: Bay Staters Massachusetts
#4366, aired 2003-09-08STAND BY YOUR BRAND $200: These popular jam cookies are said to be named for either a Massachusetts city or an English scientist Fig Newtons
#4355, aired 2003-07-04DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SIGNERS $1,000 (Daily Double): We all know John Hancock signed it, but how many of you know he did it representing this state Massachusetts
#4353, aired 2003-07-02NAVAL VESSELS $400: The Massachusetts, this type of ship that sailed in WWII, was actually built in Quincy battleship
#4350, aired 2003-06-27"G"EOGRAPHY $2000: FDR is among the famous alumni of the prep school in this Massachusetts town Groton
#4340, aired 2003-06-13IT'S ALL ABOUT MONEY $600: The reverse of this state's quarter released in 2000 depicts the Minuteman statue & an outline of the state Massachusetts
#4336, aired 2003-06-09"JUNIOR" COLLAGE $1000: It was started in 1919 as a collection of small, after-school business clubs in Massachusetts Junior Achievement
#4333, aired 2003-06-04OH, GOOD GODDARD! $1600: Needing a place with clear skies, Goddard moved from Massachusetts to this spooky New Mexico town Roswell
#4331, aired 2003-06-02ROCHESTER $400: Rochester in Plymouth County in this state is home to Witch Rock where witches were said to rise skyward Massachusetts
#4329, aired 2003-05-29"C.C." SENOR! $400: This peninsula in southeastern Massachusetts is one of the prime tourist destinations in New England Cape Cod
#4321, aired 2003-05-19POND CROSSERS $2000: This last name of British lord Jeffrey, who captured Montreal, is on a Massachusetts college Amherst
#4309, aired 2003-05-01TV WORKPLACES $600: The title character on this NBC drama works for the Massachusetts State Coroner's Office Crossing Jordan
#4303, aired 2003-04-23HEIST-ERIA $1600: This duo seen here was executed in 1927 for robbery & murder at a Massachusetts factory in 1920 Sacco & Vanzetti
#4303, aired 2003-04-23PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY ADDRESSES $600: Columbia Point, Boston, Massachusetts John F. Kennedy
#4295, aired 2003-04-11WAXING NOSTALGIC $400: This city's "Histeria Pass" will get you a discount to the Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers Salem (Massachusetts)
#4268, aired 2003-03-05SUPER BOWL BETS $1600: For Super Bowl XXXI, a Massachusetts mayor bet lobsters against the bratwurst of this state Wisconsin
#4259, aired 2003-02-20PUBLICATIONS $1000: Published by the Massachusetts Medical Society, its roots go back to 1812 New England Journal of Medicine
#4254, aired 2003-02-13OFFICIAL STATE THINGS $3,200 (Daily Double): The juice of this bog fruit is Massachusetts' state beverage cranberry
#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
#4247, aired 2003-02-04SPORTS & FITNESS $1600: Appropriately, red, white & blue are the team colors of this NFL team based in Massachusetts New England Patriots
#4244, aired 2003-01-30ORGANIZATIONS $2000: Its library & H.Q. in Plymouth, Massachusetts is on property once belonging to Pilgrim descendant Edward Winslow The Mayflower Society
#4231, aired 2003-01-13"I" EXAM $1000: 2-word term for the laws passed by the British parliament in 1774 to punish dissidents in Massachusetts Intolerable Acts
#4214, aired 2002-12-19BOSTON "T" PARTY $200: The state dog of Massachusetts is the "Boston" this terrier
#4211, aired 2002-12-16POETRY $1000: Anne Sexton was acquainted with & influenced by this fellow Massachusetts-born suicidal female poet Sylvia Plath
#4210, aired 2002-12-13THE MAINE EVENT $800: In 1820 Maine separated from this state to become the USA's 23rd state Massachusetts
#4203, aired 2002-12-04PLYMOUTH COLONY $400: In 1691, after 71 years on its own, Plymouth became a part of this colony Massachusetts Bay
#4199, aired 2002-11-28CIVIL WAR PEOPLE $400: William H. Carney, of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, was the first black soldier honored with this medal the Congressional Medal of Honor
#4190, aired 2002-11-15EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY $2000: Although it was a separate colony, New Hampshire shared a governor with this colony from 1669 to 1741 Massachusetts
#4190, aired 2002-11-15STATE FACTS $2,200 (Daily Double): Of the 4 states called commonwealths, the 2 that are farthest south Kentucky & Virginia
#4186, aired 2002-11-11FIRST LADIES $200: Born in Massachusetts, she was descended from the Quincy family on her mother's side Abigail Adams
#4173, aired 2002-10-23'70s U.S. $1200: In 1970 Massachusetts introduced no-fault auto insurance & this state came up with no-fault divorce California
#4172, aired 2002-10-22"MIS"QUOTES $2,000 (Daily Double): (Sofia of the Clue Crew at Ralph Waldo Emerson's house in Concord, Massachusetts) Emerson wrote his essays here, including the line "To be great is to be" this misunderstood
#4169, aired 2002-10-17POLITICIANS $600: He's the U.S. representative from Massachusetts seen here Barney Frank
#4161, aired 2002-10-07REMAKES $200: In 1957 a recreation of this ship made a recreation of its 17th century trip from England to Massachusetts Mayflower
#4158, aired 2002-10-02STATE THE COLLEGE $400: Skidmore, Barnard, Sarah Lawrence New York
#4158, aired 2002-10-02STATE THE COLLEGE $800: Emerson, Holy Cross, Amherst Massachusetts
#4150, aired 2002-09-20SCIENCE PRIZES $1600: An annual half-million-dollar prize for invention & innovation is given by MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of this Technology
#4143, aired 2002-09-11TUTTI FRUITY $1600: This popular English pear was named for the Massachusetts man who introduced it to the U.S. Bartlett
#4139, aired 2002-09-05THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $400: The war began during Thomas Gage's tenure as the last British governor of this colony Massachusetts
#4137, aired 2002-09-03INSPIRED CHARACTERS $600: (Sofia of the Clue Crew gives the clue from Louisa May Alcott's house in Concord, Massachusetts.) Here in the parlor in 1860, Anna Alcott, the model for this oldest March sister, married John Bridge Pratt Meg
#4127, aired 2002-07-09CAPES $200: Barnstable, Massachusetts, including the village of Hyannis, is the largest city on this hook-shaped peninsula Cape Cod
#4126, aired 2002-07-083-NAMED AUTHORS $400: When this "Paul Revere's Ride" author was born in what's now Portland, Maine, the city was part of Massachusetts Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#4110, aired 2002-06-14STATUARY HALL $800: Samuel Adams Massachusetts
#4100, aired 2002-05-31POTPOURRI $400: (Sofia delivers the clue from Salem, Massachusetts.) In the era of the witch trials a male witch was called this, a far cry from L. Frank Baum wizard
#4097, aired 2002-05-28STATE GATEWAYS $800: Logan International Massachusetts
#4091, aired 2002-05-20CALLING ALL PAULS $2000: Massachusetts senator (1979 - 1985) & presidential hopeful (1992) Paul Tsongas
#4090, aired 2002-05-17NEW ENGLAND $800: Nicknamed "The Pine Tree State", it became the 23rd state in 1820 after separating from Massachusetts Maine
#4080, aired 2002-05-03KING ME! $2000: Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Bhumibol Adulyadej grew up to become king of this country Thailand
#4078, aired 2002-05-01LET THEM EAT CAKE $400: Despite its name this state dessert of Massachusetts is really a custard-filled cake Boston cream pie
#4075, aired 2002-04-26MAKE MINE RARE $1600: Although rare due to disease, the American type of this tree is still the official tree of Massachusetts the elm
#4071, aired 2002-04-22BLAME IT ON JOHN $600 (Daily Double): This man seen here who died in 1793 is buried in Massachusetts' Old Granary Burying Ground John Hancock
#4068, aired 2002-04-17FRANKS & BEENS $1600: This Massachusetts congressman has been after the press for their "Gotcha" stories Barney Frank
#4066, aired 2002-04-15KENTUCKY $1000: Kentucky is officially designated a commonwealth to honor this state which had owned the region Virginia
#4056, aired 2002-04-01ENDS IN "ING" $1600: (Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from Salem, Massachusetts.) In 1692, Giles Cory had this type of engagement. It was the way he was executed for refusing to cooperate with the court pressing
#4051, aired 2002-03-25COLONIAL TRADE $800: (Sofia of the Clue Crew is in Massachusetts.) A noted local product was this fish dried; remember, we're in Massachusetts cod
#4045, aired 2002-03-15A DATE WITH HISTORY $1600: At Auburn, Massachusetts on March 16, 1926 this man launched his first successful liquid-fuel rocket Robert Goddard
#4042, aired 2002-03-12PURPLE HEART WINNERS $800: A current senator from Massachusetts, this man earned a Silver Star, a Bronze Star & 3 Purple Hearts (John) Kerry
#4031, aired 2002-02-25HARVARD UNIVERSITY $1600: To get to Boston from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts you'll have to cross this riverer the Charles
#4025, aired 2002-02-1517th CENTURY AMERICA $400: After about 5 months in America, this ship left Plymouth, Massachusetts for England in April 1621 the Mayflower
#4022, aired 2002-02-12AMERICAN LIT $400: (Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from Salem, Massachusetts.) This author once worked here at the Custom House in Salem & he wrote about it in his introduction to "The Scarlet Letter" Hawthorne
#4020, aired 2002-02-08IT'S A FACT $200: Massachusetts Hall is the oldest surviving building at this oldest U.S. university Harvard University
#4020, aired 2002-02-08THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $1200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Concord, Massachusetts.) The Shot Heard Round the World was fired from this directional bridge as the Americans turned back the Redcoats the North Bridge
#4017, aired 2002-02-05PLAY TIME $1200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the Witch Dungeon Museum in Salem, Massachusetts.) John Proctor & other characters in this 1953 play were based on real people in the Salem witch trials The Crucible
#4008, aired 2002-01-23ON THE ROAD WITH JEOPARDY! $1600: In 1998 "Jeopardy!" shows 3261-3270 came from the capital of this New England commonwealth Massachusetts
#4005, aired 2002-01-18U.S. STATES $200: It's nicknamed the "Baked Bean State" Massachusetts
#3998, aired 2002-01-09STATE QUARTERS $400: The Massachusetts quarter has this "timely" guy on the back Minuteman
#3990, aired 2001-12-28WOMEN IN HISTORY $400: Born in Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1744, she was wife of one President & the mother of another Abigail Adams
#3982, aired 2001-12-1817th CENTURY AMERICA $200 (Daily Double): In January 1636 this clergyman fled Massachusetts & settled in the Narragansett Bay area Roger Williams
#3976, aired 2001-12-10THE ANDREW JACKSON 5 $1,000 (Daily Double): Jackson was the first U.S. president not born in either of these 2 states Virginia & Massachusetts
#3972, aired 2001-12-04GO FISH $400: This state fish of Massachusetts is valued as a food & for its liver oil cod
#3962, aired 2001-11-20I REPRESENT $300: Rep. Barney Frank Massachusetts
#3962, aired 2001-11-20I REPRESENT $500: Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy Rhode Island
#3954, aired 2001-11-08LICENSE PLATE MOTTOES $500: "Treasure the Chesapeake" Maryland
#3938, aired 2001-10-17U.S. MEMORIALS $800: The fisherman's memorial seen here is in this Massachusetts city Gloucester
#3931, aired 2001-10-08U.S. STATES $100: Its state dog is the Boston Terrier Massachusetts
#3928, aired 2001-10-03AFTERMATH $1,500 (Daily Double): The Massachusetts General Court eventually annulled the convictions in this 1692 event the Salem Witch Trials
#3925, aired 2001-09-28DR. SEUSS $200: The doctor was born before "the Great War", in this "Bay State"'s Springfield, in 1904 Massachusetts
#3922, aired 2001-09-25LET'S CELEBRATE! $300: In 1621 Pilgrims celebrated the first traditional Thanksgiving in this Massachusetts colony Plymouth
#3921, aired 2001-09-24U.S. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS $800: MA Massachusetts
#3918, aired 2001-09-19STATE CAPITALS $1000: Fall River, Massachusetts is part of the metropolitan area of this state capital Providence
#3910, aired 2001-09-07"SEVEN" ON YOUR SIDE $800 (Daily Double): Located in Salem, Massachusetts, it's the literary inspiration seen here the House of the Seven Gables
#3904, aired 2001-07-19BORDERLINE STATES $200: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York Vermont
#3873, aired 2001-06-06HEAD FOR THE HILLS! $1,600 (Daily Double): The Massachusetts State House was built on this hill in the late 1790s Beacon Hill
#3853, aired 2001-05-09CHURCH & STATE $400: The Old North Church, a beacon to worshippers since 1723, is in this state Massachusetts
#3848, aired 2001-05-02'76ers $400: The musical "1776" includes the song "Sit Down, John", addressed to this gabby guy from Massachusetts John Adams
#3847, aired 2001-05-01THEATRE $300: "Inappropriate" is a hit teen musical created at the DeSisto School in Stockbridge in this New England state Massachusetts
#3838, aired 2001-04-18MISC. $300: Of a place in Massachusetts, a tuna salad or 2 glasses pressed together, what Sandwich glass is named for Place in Massachusetts
#3829, aired 2001-04-05GOVERNORS AT STATEHOOD $200: John Hancock Massachusetts
#3818, aired 2001-03-21LIBRARIES $200: The Chapin Library of Rare Books at Williams College in this state's Berkshire Hills has a 1787 copy of the Constitution Massachusetts
#3808, aired 2001-03-07BIRTH OF A PRESIDENT $400: May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts John F. Kennedy
#3808, aired 2001-03-07BIRTH OF A PRESIDENT $600: June 12, 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts George (H.W.) Bush
#3804, aired 2001-03-0119th CENTURY AMERICA $400: In 1856 South Carolina Rep. Brooks gave Massachusetts Sen. Sumner a notorious beating with this Cane
#3787, aired 2001-02-06TREASURE ISLAND $200: Homes list for well over $1 million on this valuable "Vineyard" island of Massachusetts Martha's Vineyard
#3783, aired 2001-01-31U.S. CITIES $1000: This state's Medford in the Rogue River valley was named for Medford, Massachusetts Oregon
#3780, aired 2001-01-26U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500 (Daily Double): The easternmost part of Rhode Island can't be reached by land without going through this state Massachusetts
#3778, aired 2001-01-24U.S. CITIES $100: The 25 hospitals you can choose from in this city include the famous Massachusetts General Boston
#3777, aired 2001-01-23CURRENT GOVERNORS $600: Frank Keating Oklahoma
#3757, aired 2000-12-26MUSEUMS $400: There's a New England pirate museum in this Massachusetts city, as well as a witch museum Salem
#3736, aired 2000-11-27U.S. CITY NICKNAMES $300: "The Witch City", "The Witchcraft City" Salem, Massachusetts
#3731, aired 2000-11-20THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $400: More than 1000 British soldiers were killed or wounded in this June 17, 1775 battle in Massachusetts Bunker Hill
#3722, aired 2000-11-07STATELY HOMES $800: You can visit the mansion of shipping magnate Jeremiah Lee in Marblehead in this state Massachusetts
#3715, aired 2000-10-27HOSPITALS $400: This Harvard Med School teaching hospital is the oldest & largest general hospital in New England Massachusetts General Hospital
#3710, aired 2000-10-20HEY, MIKEY! $200: Twice governor of Massachusetts, in 1988 he became a presidential candidate Michael Dukakis
#3707, aired 2000-10-17GILBERT & SULLIVAN $400: This Cambridge, Massachusetts scientific university has a Gilbert & Sullivan players group MIT
#3700, aired 2000-10-06YOU'RE HISTORY! $100: In December 1620, 3 months after leaving Plymouth, England, this ship arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts the Mayflower
#3695, aired 2000-09-29AT LAST COUNT $300: Undergrad tuition at this Cambridge "institute" is over $26,000; room, board & books add another $10,000 MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#3675, aired 2000-07-21DONE THAT $300: Joshua Humphreys designed the U.S.S. Constellation as well as this famous ship now found in Massachusetts The Constitution ("Old Ironsides")
#3673, aired 2000-07-19GETTING POSSESSIVE $400: You'll find this triangular island about 4 miles off the southeast coast of Massachusetts Martha's Vineyard
#3672, aired 2000-07-18WORST OF THE FIRSTS $300: Pilgrim John Billington was the 1st man executed in America when he was hanged for murder in this city Sept. 30, 1630 Plymouth, Massachusetts
#3660, aired 2000-06-30ARTHUR MILLER $600: "The Crucible" opens in 1692 in Reverend Parris' house in this Massachusetts town Salem
#3655, aired 2000-06-23FUN FACTS ABOUT STATES & CAPITALS $600: One of the original 13, it's the only state whose name ends in 3 consonants Massachusetts
#3652, aired 2000-06-20COMMUNITY COLLEGES $500: Cape Cod Community College is in Massachusetts; Cape Fear Community College is in this state North Carolina
#3644, aired 2000-06-08VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE $200: VMI is located in this Virginia city named for the Massachusetts town where the Revolutionary War began Lexington
#3639, aired 2000-06-01COASTAL COMMUNITIES $300: Gloucester in this state has been a fishing center for over 3 centuries Massachusetts
#3638, aired 2000-05-31STATE FACTS $200: If this insect were to "fly away home", it might fly to Massachusetts, where it's the state insect Ladybug
#3634, aired 2000-05-25SMITH, JOHN SMITH $200: In 1608 Smith was elected president of this colony that earlier in the year wanted to hang him Jamestown
#3633, aired 2000-05-24AROUND THE USA $300: Minute Man National Historic Park is on Liberty Street in this city Concord, Massachusetts
#3632, aired 2000-05-23LICENSE PLATE MOTTOS $2,000 (Daily Double): "Native America" Oklahoma
#3629, aired 2000-05-18HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $800: Boston's annual marathon takes place on this Massachusetts holiday, the third Monday in April Patriots Day
#3622, aired 2000-05-09COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1,500 (Daily Double): Despite its name, it's located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts & it's actually a university Boston College
#3617, aired 2000-05-02TV SHOWS $500: In 1999 stockade humor made a short-lived comeback in "Thanks", a sitcom set in 1621 in this colony Plymouth Colony
#3615, aired 2000-04-28"FALL" $500: Lizzie Borden was tried in this Massachusetts town Fall River
#3601, aired 2000-04-10TRAINS $400: The Granite Railway was built in Massachusetts in 1826 to haul the granite needed to build this monument Bunker Hill Monument
#3595, aired 2000-03-31LYING IN STATE $1,800 (Daily Double): Peter Faneuil Massachusetts
#3593, aired 2000-03-29AMERICAN HISTORY $200: In 1639 the Court of Massachusetts ordered that "The Colledge...to bee built at Cambridg" be called this Harvard
#3583, aired 2000-03-15BE A ROADS SCHOLAR $800: You'll find many embassies on this Washington, D.C. avenue bearing the name of the sixth state to join the Union Massachusetts Avenue
#3560, aired 2000-02-11THIS OLD HAUNTED HOUSE $200: The Ward House in this Massachusetts city is haunted by the ghost of witchcraft victim Giles Cory Salem
#3554, aired 2000-02-03AMERICAN HISTORY $100: In May 1692 this village's jails were filled with witchcraft suspects, eventually totaling 150 Salem, Massachusetts
#3546, aired 2000-01-2413-LETTER WORDS $400: This state's Middlesex County is its largest with a population of over 1.3 million Massachusetts
#3536, aired 2000-01-10FRUIT LOOPS $100: This present state, scene of a famous 1621 Thanksgiving feast, is a leading cranberry producer Massachusetts
#3532, aired 2000-01-041999 EUROPEAN STAMPS $200: An Isle of Man series honoring this group has "Night Fever", "Words" & "Massachusetts" stamps Bee Gees
#3530, aired 1999-12-3119th CENTURY AMERICA $400: In 1891 this sport got off to a bouncing start in Springfield, Massachusetts basketball
#3529, aired 1999-12-30STUCK IN THE MIDDLE $1,000 (Daily Double): Staying in the U.S. & going by land, you can't go from Massachusetts to Maine without going through this state New Hampshire
#3522, aired 1999-12-21U.S. TRAVEL $100: The Museum of Fine Arts in this Massachusetts capital is noted for its Asiatic collection Boston
#3518, aired 1999-12-15THEY WENT TO SCHOOL BACK EAST $1000: I.M. Pei, George Ellery Hale, Murray Gell-Mann MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#3507, aired 1999-11-301690s AMERICA $500: With the French & Indian War, some New Hampshire towns considered a re-annexation to this colony in March 1690 Massachusetts
#3504, aired 1999-11-25THE PILGRIMS $1000: The first English child born in New England, he was born in December 1620 aboard the Mayflower off Massachusetts Peregrine White
#3503, aired 1999-11-24HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $100: On June 17 Suffolk County in this state celebrates Bunker Hill Day Massachusetts
#3502, aired 1999-11-23U.S. STATES $300: Reflecting its Catholic heritage, this state has 64 parishes & no counties Louisiana
#3493, aired 1999-11-10SENATORS BY STATE $200: Edward Kennedy, John Kerry Massachusetts
#3489, aired 1999-11-04THE FAMILY CAR $500: Name of the system that transmits to police in case of theft, introduced in Massachusetts in 1986 LoJack
#3487, aired 1999-11-02COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: "Pax et Lux" ("Peace and Light") is the motto of this university located in Medford, Massachusetts Tufts
#3484, aired 1999-10-28HISTORIC AMERICA $100: The last execution for this offense in Salem, Massachusetts took place September 22, 1692 Witchcraft
#3477, aired 1999-10-1917th CENTURY AMERICA $300: In 1652, in defiance of English law, Massachusetts set up one of these producing the pine tree shilling Mint
#3476, aired 1999-10-18HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS $100: Depictions of Pilgrim hats are featured on the signs for this Bay State's turnpike Massachusetts
#3475, aired 1999-10-15PLACE NAME PEOPLE $300: This early settler of Charlestown, Massachusetts got a hill named for him; a June 1775 battle was fought there George Bunker
#3468, aired 1999-10-06LITERARY LOCALES $400: In "Moby Dick", the Pequod sails from this "New" Massachusetts seaport New Bedford
#3456, aired 1999-09-20STARBUCK $1,200 (Daily Double): Starbuck was a native of this Massachusetts island, like that man in the limerick Nantucket
#3450, aired 1999-09-10IN THE COOKIE JAR $500: Nabisco is unsure if these cookies were named for a scientist or a town in Massachusetts Fig Newtons
#3450, aired 1999-09-10STATE CAPITALS $100: Massachusetts Boston
#3438, aired 1999-07-14QUOTATIONS $200: Thoreau wrote that this "is the bared and bended arm of Massachusetts: the shoulder is at Buzzards Bay" Cape Cod
#3421, aired 1999-06-21ENTERTAINING CANADIANS $300: Joshua Jackson, a star of this Massachusetts-set WB series, is a Vancouver native Dawson's Creek
#3413, aired 1999-06-09LEGENDS OF SPORTS $600: Sadly, this undefeated boxing legend from Brockton, Massachusetts died in a plane crash in 1969 Rocky Marciano
#3407, aired 1999-06-01SISTER CITIES $300: These sister university cities in England & Massachusetts share a name Cambridge
#3405, aired 1999-05-28STATE FLOWERS $200: This state flower of Massachusetts shares its name with the ship that brought the Pilgrims to the New World Mayflower
#3392, aired 1999-05-11COLLEGE FOUNDERS $800: Universalist Charles, who wanted to put "a light on the hill" in Medford, Massachusetts Tufts
#3392, aired 1999-05-11COLLEGE FOUNDERS $1,000 (Daily Double): Massachusetts-born merchant William Marsh, who made a fortune in Houston Rice
#3387, aired 1999-05-04CLIFFS NOTES $200: Massachusetts man spends 2 years living alone in a cabin in the woods; writes book "Walden"
#3373, aired 1999-04-14MUSICAL STATES $500: In 1967 the Bee Gees sang, "The lights all went out in" this state "the day I left her standing on her own" Massachusetts
#3367, aired 1999-04-06PLANTS & TREES $800: This bog fruit, Vaccinium macrocarpon, was first cultivated in Massachusetts around 1820 Cranberry
#3364, aired 1999-04-01FOOD $1,000 (Daily Double): It's the Whitman, Massachusetts inn where the chocolate chip cookie was created in the 1930s Toll House Inn
#3357, aired 1999-03-23U.S. GOVERNORS $1000: In 1997 he quit as Massachusetts governor only to be denied the ambassadorship to Mexico William Weld
#3343, aired 1999-03-03THE 50 STATES $500: 2 of the 4 states officially called commonwealths (2 of) Kentucky, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Virginia
#3336, aired 1999-02-22THE ROAD TO MELVILLE $800: Herman bought the farm "Arrowhead" in Pittsfield, in these hills of western Massachusetts the Berkshires
#3328, aired 1999-02-10HENRY JAMES' BOSTONIANS $200: In the novel, this cape is referred to as "The Italy, so to speak, of Massachusetts" Cape Cod
#3323, aired 1999-02-03C IS FOR... $400: Cambridge, home of this school opened in Boston in 1865 by geologist William Barton Rogers MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#3313, aired 1999-01-20MAIN STREET U.S.A. $600: The home of this poet who was out of the mainstream is at 280 Main St. in Amherst, Massachusetts Emily Dickinson
#3285, aired 1998-12-11ONCE UPON A DECEMBER $300: A DAR chapter in Massachusetts has one of the chests from this December 16, 1773 event Boston Tea Party
#3276, aired 1998-11-30ENDS IN "EE" $1000: This Massachusetts town was the birthplace of John Adams & John Hancock Braintree
#3264, aired 1998-11-12"NEW" ENGLAND $600: This Massachusetts city on Buzzards Bay was a major whaling port in the 19th century New Bedford
#3264, aired 1998-11-12"NEW" ENGLAND $800: A popular cookie shares part of its name with this city that was originally part of Cambridge, Massachusetts Newton
#3264, aired 1998-11-121820s AMERICA $100: Once a part of Massachusetts, it became the 23rd state in 1820 with Portland as its capital Maine
#3262, aired 1998-11-10THE MAYFLOWER $200: A replica of the Mayflower is docked on the waterfront of this Massachusetts city Plymouth
#3262, aired 1998-11-10YANKEE INGENUITY $500: He launched the first liquid propellant rocket in 1926 at his Aunt Effie's Massachusetts farm Robert Goddard
#3240, aired 1998-10-0917th CENTURY AMERICA $200: It was signed November 21, 1620 in Provincetown Harbor, Massachusetts The Mayflower Compact
#3240, aired 1998-10-09THE 50 STATES $1,500 (Daily Double): This state saw the birth of America's first hospital & first circulating library Pennsylvania
#3238, aired 1998-10-07BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $200: Founded in 1933, this bookstore chain was named for the Massachusetts pond that inspired Thoreau Walden
#3238, aired 1998-10-07JUDGES $1,000 (Daily Double): (Hi, I'm Melissa Joan Hart.) Of all the judges that presided over the witchcraft trials in this city, only one, Samuel Sewall, admitted his error Salem (Massachusetts)
#3235, aired 1998-10-02COLLEGES, HITHER & YON $800: Of the schools known as the Seven Sisters, this one in Massachusetts is alphabetically last Wellesley
#3224, aired 1998-09-17OLD FARMERS $600: Around 1870 he bought some farmland in Massachusetts & developed his famous potato there Luther Burbank
#3202, aired 1998-06-30AMERICAN HODGEPODGE $400: Its state song is "The Old North State" North Carolina
#3202, aired 1998-06-30INVENTORS $500: In 1893 these brothers made a trial run of their gasoline-powered auto in Springfield, Massachusetts Duryea brothers
#3190, aired 1998-06-12CONSERVATION $500: After escaping from a lab in Massachusetts, this European moth spread & damaged trees in the Northeast the gypsy moth
#3189, aired 1998-06-11WHEN STATES FIGHT $300: Maine split from this state in 1819 in protest of high taxes, poor roads & the distance to the capital Massachusetts
#3180, aired 1998-05-29PRESIDENTIAL BURIAL PLACES $200: Quincy, Massachusetts John Quincy Adams
#3167, aired 1998-05-12POET-POURRI $600: This "Mending Wall" poet & his wife, Elinor, were co-valedictorians at Lawrence High School in Massachusetts Robert Frost
#3159, aired 1998-04-30PINPOINTS ON THE MAP $600: Once a whaling center, Edgartown is now a resort area on this Massachusetts island Martha's Vineyard
#3150, aired 1998-04-17THE EAST COAST $100: The original of this painting seen here hangs in Abbot Hall in Marblehead, Massachusetts "Spirit of 1776"
#3135, aired 1998-03-27YOU GO, GIRL! $2,000 (Daily Double): Except for a few short trips, she spent all of her 35 years in Massachusetts, almost all of it in Amherst Emily Dickinson
#3129, aired 1998-03-19AFTER THEY LEFT OFFICE $400: In 1820 at age 85, he served as a delegate at Massachusetts' Constitutional Convention John Adams
#3098, aired 1998-02-0419th CENTURY AMERICA $100: It wasn't incorporated as a city until 1836; perhaps witchcraft was to blame... Salem, Massachusetts
#3095, aired 1998-01-30"C" THE U.S.A. $400: Cambridge, England is on the Cam River; Cambridge, Massachusetts is on this river the Charles River
#3089, aired 1998-01-22THE TYLER ADMINISTRATION $600: In June 1843 Tyler attended the dedication of this Revolutionary War monument in Charlestown, Massachusetts Bunker Hill Memorial
#3076, aired 1998-01-05TRAVEL & TOURISM $600: Crow Haven Corner, a witchcraft shop, is owned by the daughter of this city's official witch Salem, Massachusetts
#3064, aired 1997-12-18AMERICAN PEAKS $500: Mount Greylock in these "hills" is the highest peak in Massachusetts Berkshires
#3056, aired 1997-12-08PARK IT HERE $500: This 48-acre tract in Massachusetts was set aside in 1634 as a "cow pasture & training field" Boston Common
#3054, aired 1997-12-04COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $100: Encarta says this Massachusetts school has the largest private endowment of any university in the world Harvard
#3035, aired 1997-11-07THEME PARK FUN $400: Spookyworld, a scary theme park in Berlin, Massachusetts, is only open this one full month October
#3034, aired 1997-11-06mini-mountains $400: A women's college in South Hadley, Massachusetts is named for this nearby 878' mount Mount Holyoke
#3018, aired 1997-10-15PRESIDENTIAL BIRTHPLACES $300: May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts John F. Kennedy
#2995, aired 1997-09-12WOMEN ON THE MAP $200: We heard it through the grapevine that it's the largest island in Massachusetts Martha's Vineyard
#2993, aired 1997-09-10BAY WATCHING $400: This Atlantic seaboard state is home to the popular resort area of Buzzards Bay Massachusetts
#2978, aired 1997-07-09U.S.A. $500: The Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival is an annual event in this New England state Massachusetts
#2976, aired 1997-07-07HAIL TO THE CHIEF $800: They're the 2 presidents born in Braintree, Massachusetts John Adams & John Quincy Adams
#2976, aired 1997-07-07TRAVEL U.S.A. $600: Built in 1672, Vincent House in Edgartown is the oldest known house on this Massachusetts resort island Martha's Vineyard
#2970, aired 1997-06-27ANNUAL EVENTS $600: On or about April 19, Maine & this other New England state celebrate Patriot's Day Massachusetts
#2969, aired 1997-06-26U.S. CITIES $300: Located in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, it was named for a Massachusetts city Lexington
#2958, aired 1997-06-11COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $500 (Daily Double): The Robert Frost Library is at this Massachusetts college co-founded by Emily Dickinson's grandfather Amherst
#2946, aired 1997-05-26HISTORIC HOMES $300: The birthplace of this founder of the American Red Cross is now a museum in North Oxford, Massachusetts Clara Barton
#2942, aired 1997-05-20OBSCURE OPERA & BALLET $200: In 1926 the Chicago Opera Co. presented Charles Cadman's "The Witch Of" this Massachusetts town Salem
#2929, aired 1997-05-01MONEY $200: America's first of these opened in 1652 to make coins for the Massachusetts Bay colony mint
#2929, aired 1997-05-01U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: In area, this New England state roughly equals Vermont, N.H., Connecticut & Massachusetts combined Maine
#2922, aired 1997-04-22COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $200: This New England school is known as M.I.T. for short Massachusetts Institute of Technology
#2920, aired 1997-04-18HAIL TO THE CHIEF $500: This first president from Massachusetts was called "The Colossus of Independence" John Adams
#2920, aired 1997-04-18TRAVEL U.S.A. $100: Restaurants on this Massachusetts cape include the Impudent Oyster & Aesop's Tables Cape Cod
#2914, aired 1997-04-10THE WHITE HOUSE $800: A sofa once owned by this Massachusetts orator is in the Green Room; speak of the devil.... Daniel Webster
#2900, aired 1997-03-21AMERICAN MUSEUMS $500: If you're crazy about quilts, you'll enjoy the New England Quilt Museum in Lowell in this state Massachusetts
#2898, aired 1997-03-19AMERICAN HISTORY $200: In November 1620 John Carver was elected the first governor of this colony Plymouth Colony
#2896, aired 1997-03-17CAPES $400: This state's Cape Ann is the site of such resorts as Gloucester & Essex Massachusetts
#2885, aired 1997-02-28U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: 2 of this state's largest lakes are Quabbin Reservoir & Wachusett Reservoir near Worcester Massachusetts
#2880, aired 1997-02-21COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: The Artificial Intelligence Laboratory is located at this Boston-area "institute" MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
#2873, aired 1997-02-12ANNUAL EVENTS $400: Mashpee, Massachusetts holds one of these American Indian conferences every July Pow-Wow
#2872, aired 1997-02-11U.S. CITY NICKNAMES $200: Among the sobriquets used for this city are "Witchcraft City" & the "Paradise of New England" Salem, Massachusetts
#2871, aired 1997-02-10THE 1996 ELECTION $800: This Massachusetts senator defeated Governor William Weld to retain his U.S. Senate seat John Kerry
#2858, aired 1997-01-22U.S.A. $400: Built in 1876, the Flying Horses Carousel on this Massachusetts island is a national historic landmark Martha's Vineyard
#2853, aired 1997-01-15THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $600: Americans lost this June 17, 1775 battle at Charlestown, Massachusetts because they ran out of ammunition Bunker Hill
#2852, aired 1997-01-14COLONIAL AMERICA $500 (Daily Double): The Penobscot Indians, whose homeland is in this state, first encountered Europeans in the early 1500s Maine
#2852, aired 1997-01-14U.S. CITIES $400: The Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers opened in this New England city in 1993 Salem, Massachusetts
#2850, aired 1997-01-10AMERICAN HISTORY $100: For their part in this 1770 Massachusetts riot, 2 soldiers were branded on the thumb Boston Massacre
#2841, aired 1996-12-30CONDUCTORS $1,000 (Daily Double): After 1936 Serge Koussevitzky conducted the Berkshire Music Festival at Tanglewood in this state Massachusetts
#2837, aired 1996-12-24MANSIONS $200 (Daily Double): You'll find the 1731 Adams Mansion in this Massachusetts city Quincy
#2826, aired 1996-12-09COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: In the 1850s this Massachusetts educator founded Antioch College & became its first president Horace Mann
#2825, aired 1996-12-06ANNUAL EVENTS $500: The Tanglewood Music Festival is a summer highlight in Lenox in this New England state Massachusetts
#2823, aired 1996-12-0419th CENTURY AMERICA $600: A stirring speech by Daniel Webster marked the dedication of this monument at Charlestown, Massachusetts the Battle of Bunker Hill
#2817, aired 1996-11-261796 $800: Born in Massachusetts in 1796, this educator helped create the U.S.A.'s 1st state board of education Horace Mann
#2815, aired 1996-11-22PENNSYLVANIA $600: Although called a state, Pennsylvania is actually this, as are Kentucky, Massachusetts & Virginia Commonwealth
#2808, aired 1996-11-13STATE CAPITALS $200: This Massachusetts capital is the most populous city in New England Boston
#2777, aired 1996-10-01U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: Bays in this state include Hingham, Dorchester & Quincy Massachusetts
#2762, aired 1996-09-10IN THE NEWS $300: Worcester in this state declared itself birthplace of the yellow smiley face; Harvey Ball drew it there in 1963 Massachusetts
#2750, aired 1996-07-12FAMOUS NAMES $800: In 1881 this Christian Science leader founded the Massachusetts Metaphysical College Mary Baker Eddy
#2742, aired 1996-07-02POTPOURRI $100: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in this Massachusetts capital is housed at Fenway Court Boston
#2735, aired 1996-06-21POETS & POETRY $400: This Longfellow poem was suggested by a smithy under a chestnut tree in Cambridge, Massachusetts "The Village Blacksmith"
#2716, aired 1996-05-27FAMOUS HOMES $200: Holmesdale in Pittsfield, Massachusetts Oliver Wendell Holmes
#2710, aired 1996-05-17HISTORIC QUOTATIONS $200: In 1968 this Massachusetts senator said, "Like my brothers before me, I pick up a fallen standard" Edward Kennedy
#2697, aired 1996-04-30U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: Provincetown, where the Pilgrims first landed, is at the tip of this Massachusetts cape Cape Cod
#2684, aired 1996-04-11U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: This river for which a state is named drains much of Massachusetts' upland region the Connecticut River
#2681, aired 1996-04-0819th CENTURY AMERICA $200: The Tremont House, the first modern first-class hotel, opened in this Massachusetts city in 1829 Boston
#2669, aired 1996-03-21MEDICINE $800: This medical magazine published in Waltham, Massachusetts was founded in 1812 The New England Journal of Medicine
#2646, aired 1996-02-19THE 1820s $800: After voting to separate from Massachusetts, it became a state in 1820 under the Missouri Compromise Maine
#2645, aired 1996-02-16TRANSPORTATION $400: The Everett Turnpike links this New Hampshire capital with Massachusetts Concord
#2637, aired 1996-02-06FAMOUS AMERICANS $1000: After serving as president of the Continental Congress, he was elected governor of Massachusetts John Hancock
#2599, aired 1995-12-14CLUBS $100: Appropriately, the Sans-Souci Club of this Massachusetts city was known for its tea parties Boston
#2595, aired 1995-12-08GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $200: Since 1987 Joseph P. Kennedy II has represented this state in the U.S. House Massachusetts
#2590, aired 1995-12-01SUPREME COURT JUSTICES $6,000 (Daily Double): The Waltham, Massachusetts university named for him was founded in 1948, 7 years after is death Brandeis
#2584, aired 1995-11-23NATIONAL STATUARY HALL $100: This cousin of John Adams represents Massachusetts in the collection Samuel Adams
#2578, aired 1995-11-15POLITICS $800: Beginning in 1975 this Democrat served as Massachusetts governor for 12 years Michael Dukakis
#2577, aired 1995-11-14LITERATURE $400: Longfellow based his tales of this inn on the Red Horse Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts Wayside Inn
#2569, aired 1995-11-02"Q" ON THE MAP $300: This city contains the birthplaces of the second & sixth U.S. presidents Quincy (Massachusetts)
#2569, aired 1995-11-02AMERICAN HISTORY $500: During this 1786-87 rebellion by debt-ridden Massachusetts farmers, about 40 men were killed Shays' Rebellion
#2566, aired 1995-10-30COOKIES & CANDY $200: Created in 1930, these original chocolate chip cookies are named for a Massachusetts inn Toll House
#2565, aired 1995-10-27POTPOURRI $200: The general society of this ship's descendants is headquartered in Plymouth, Massachusetts the Mayflower
#2564, aired 1995-10-261966 $1,500 (Daily Double): Edward Brooke of this state became the first popularly elected Black U.S. senator Massachusetts
#2559, aired 1995-10-1919th CENTURY AMERICANS $600: Massachusetts State Senator Horace Mann helped set up the first state board of this in the U.S. education
#2549, aired 1995-10-05BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY $1,000 (Daily Double): Nathaniel Hawthorne was born July 4, 1804 in this Massachusetts town Salem
#2542, aired 1995-09-26STATE SYMBOLS $500: This state's official rock is the Roxbury pudding stone Massachusetts
#2539, aired 1995-09-21NOTORIOUS $500: Murderer Albert DeSalvo, known by this nickname, was stabbed to death in a Massachusetts prison in 1973 the Boston Strangler
#2526, aired 1995-09-04NEW ENGLAND HODGEPODGE $400: Anne Whitney, a self-taught artist from this state, sculpted the statue of Samuel Adams for the U.S. Capitol Massachusetts
#2525, aired 1995-07-211800 $400: In 1800 Massachusetts became the first state to require voters to this before voting register
#2520, aired 1995-07-14STATE EMBLEMS $100: It sounds like you'd find this state flower of Massachusetts on Plymouth Rock the mayflower
#2518, aired 1995-07-12HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $400: On June 17 Bunker Hill Day is celebrated in Suffolk County in this state Massachusetts
#2512, aired 1995-07-04ARCHITECTURE $200: Henry Hobson Richardson designed this Massachusetts city's Trinity Church in the Romanesque style Boston
#2501, aired 1995-06-19AMERICAN HISTORY $500: In 1630 the village of Shawmut, Massachusetts changed its name to this Boston
#2487, aired 1995-05-30AMERICAN HISTORY $600: John Carver, elected the first governor of this colony in November 1620, died the following April Plymouth Colony
#2471, aired 1995-05-08U.S.A. $300: In 1609 Henry Hudson explored the area of Sandy Hook Bay in what is now this state New Jersey
#2471, aired 1995-05-08U.S.A. $500 (Daily Double): Its official nickname is "The Bay State" Massachusetts
#2445, aired 1995-03-31ESCAPES $400: In 1838 this black abolitionist & author escaped from slavery to New Bedford, Massachusetts Frederick Douglass
#2444, aired 1995-03-30FOUNDERS $800: 1 of the 3 Plymouth colonists who founded Duxbury, Massachusetts John Alden, Miles Standish, William Brewster
#2410, aired 1995-02-10POETS $1,000 (Daily Double): In 1847 & 1848 she attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley, Massachusetts (Emily) Dickinson
#2407, aired 1995-02-07TRAVEL & TOURISM $200: A museum at Washington Square in this Massachusetts city depicts the witch trials of 1692 Salem
#2400, aired 1995-01-27SPEAK OF THE DICKINSON $800: Emily spent her life in her father's house in this city, many of the years in self-imposed seclusion Amherst, Massachusetts
#2387, aired 1995-01-10FINAL RESTING PLACES $400: This poetess is buried in the family plot in West Cemetery, Amherst, Massachusetts Emily Dickinson
#2383, aired 1995-01-04COOKING $300: This "colorful Massachusetts" bread can be steamed in a coffee can covered with aluminum foil (Boston) brown bread
#2371, aired 1994-12-19TRAVEL & TOURISM $100: A replica of this ship is docked in Plymouth, Massachusetts the Mayflower
#2358, aired 1994-11-301909 $800: During the year this Austrian psychiatrist gave a series of lectures at Clark University in Massachusetts Sigmund Freud
#2358, aired 1994-11-30POLITICIANS $400: In the 1950s this current Massachusetts senator was an end on the Harvard football team (Ted) Kennedy
#2357, aired 1994-11-29COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1000: In 1993 this state university decided to retain its mascot, the Minuteman Massachusetts
#2354, aired 1994-11-24SHORT STORIES $200: This author's 1835 story "Young Goodman Brown" is a tale of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts Nathaniel Hawthorne
#2349, aired 1994-11-171988 $100: At the July 1988 Democratic National Convention this Massachusetts governor was nominated for president Michael Dukakis
#2348, aired 1994-11-16AMERICAN HISTORY $200: In 1765 Dr. James Baker opened his first factory in Massachusetts to make this - how sweet! Chocolate
#2348, aired 1994-11-16NOTORIOUS $500: A county courthouse in Dedham, Massachusetts was the site of this infamous 1921 trial The trial of Sacco & Vanzetti
#2326, aired 1994-10-17FLOWERS $1000: The state flower of Massachusetts is the mayflower, aka the trailing type of this the arbutus
#2302, aired 1994-09-13COUNTIES $100: Cambridge & Lowell are the seats of Middlesex County in this state Massachusetts
#2237, aired 1994-05-03MASSACHUSETTS $100: This landmark where the pilgrims landed in 1620 is now protected by a granite portico Plymouth Rock
#2237, aired 1994-05-03MASSACHUSETTS $200: On April 19, 1775 minutemen in these 2 towns fought the first battles of the Revolutionary War Lexington & Concord
#2237, aired 1994-05-03MASSACHUSETTS $300: The first Europeans to visit the area were probably Vikings led by this Norseman Leif Erikson
#2237, aired 1994-05-03MASSACHUSETTS $400: The Berkshires, which contain Massachusetts' highest point, are an extension of this state's Green Mountains Vermont
#2237, aired 1994-05-03MASSACHUSETTS $500: Because of its early settlements on the water, Massachusetts is nicknamed this The Bay State
#2162, aired 1994-01-18COLONIAL AMERICA $1000: The Pilgrims formed Plymouth Colony & this group founded the Massachusetts Bay Company the Puritans
#2161, aired 1994-01-17FAMOUS BELAS $1000: Bela Pratt sculpted the Whaleman Statue for this "New" Massachusetts city on Buzzard's Bay New Bedford
#2160, aired 1994-01-14AMERICAN HISTORY $800: In the early 1800s, this lexicographer served in the Massachusetts legislature (Noah) Webster
#2088, aired 1993-10-06WOMEN IN SPORTS $200: In 1979 & 1983 runner Joan Benoit won the women's division of this Massachusetts race Boston Marathon
#2085, aired 1993-10-01AMERICAN HISTORY $400: Paul Revere was an official courier for this Massachusetts "Committee" Committees of Correspondence
#2083, aired 1993-09-29POLITICIANS $400: Of the 8 Massachusetts congressmen to serve as Speaker, he is the most recent Tip O'Neill
#2079, aired 1993-09-23U.S. CITIES $200: Chartered on Feb. 23, 1822, it was the first Massachusetts town to become a city Boston
#2078, aired 1993-09-22U.S.A. $400: In the 1850s this "New" Massachusetts city was the whaling capital of the world New Bedford
#2057, aired 1993-07-13EXPLORERS $200: Explorer Bartholomew Gosnold gave this Massachusetts cape its "fishy" name Cape Cod
#2042, aired 1993-06-22HISTORIC NICKNAMES $100: Roger Williams was the "Rebel of", not the "Witch of", this Massachusetts city Salem
#2038, aired 1993-06-16BIRTHPLACES $900 (Daily Double): The only U.S. President born in Milton, Massachusetts George Bush
#2009, aired 1993-05-06MEMORIALS & MONUMENTS $100: What's believed to be the 1st monument of this war was dedicated in 1799 in Lexington, Massachusetts American Revolution
#1989, aired 1993-04-08EDUCATION $1000: In 1839 the 1st state teachers college in the U.S. opened in this state under Horace Mann's guidance Massachusetts
#1984, aired 1993-04-01POLITICIANS $200: Joseph P. Kennedy II represents this state's 8th district in the U.S. House Massachusetts
#1957, aired 1993-02-23THE 1970s $400: Richard Nixon was reelected in 1972, losing only D.C. & Massachusetts to this S. Dakota senator McGovern
#1904, aired 1992-12-10EDUCATION $600: This city's Latin School, opened in 1635, was the 1st secondary school in the colonies Boston
#1897, aired 1992-12-01PRESIDENTS' FATHERS $2,000 (Daily Double): George Bush's father Prescott Bush represented this New England State in the U.S. Senate Connecticut
#1893, aired 1992-11-25DEMOCRATS $200: After serving 3 terms as Massachusetts governor, he declined to run for reelection in 1990 Dukakis
#1887, aired 1992-11-17COLONIAL AMERICA $1000: Between 1631 & 1648, he was chosen governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony twelve times John Winthrop
#1880, aired 1992-11-06ISLANDS $200: Some 17th century maps show this Massachusetts island as Martin's Vineyard Martha's Vineyard
#1855, aired 1992-10-02HARVARD $200: In 1865 this state stopped contributing to the support of the university Massachusetts
#1850, aired 1992-09-25COLONIAL AMERICANS $1000: In 1629 he was elected the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (John) Winthrop
#1835, aired 1992-07-17U.S. STATES $200: "The Old Colony State", one of Massachusetts' nicknames, refers to this early colony Plymouth
#1829, aired 1992-07-09FAMOUS WOMEN $400: Helen Hunt Jackson & Emily Dickinson were both born in this city, but only Emily was the "Belle" Amherst, Massachusetts
#1765, aired 1992-04-10SCIENCE $400: One of the oldest marine biology laboratories is located at Woods Hole in this New England state Massachusetts
#1756, aired 1992-03-30MAINE $400 (Daily Double): Until 1820 Maine was a district of this state Massachusetts
#1754, aired 1992-03-26U.S. CITIES $200: It's nicknamed the "City of Witches" Salem, Massachusetts
#1732, aired 1992-02-25LANDMARKS $100: This famous Massachusetts rock is engraved with the date 1620 Plymouth Rock
#1659, aired 1991-11-14THE CONGRESS $200: Representing Massachusetts' 8th District, Joseph P. Kennedy is the son of this late New York senator Robert F. Kennedy
#1657, aired 1991-11-12PLAYWRIGHTS $2,000 (Daily Double): "Bound East For Cardiff", the first of his sea plays, premiered in Provincetown, Massachusetts in 1916 Eugene O'Neill
#1654, aired 1991-11-07POETS $800: As a wedding gift, this poet's father-in-law gave him Craigie House in Cambridge, Massachusetts Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#1651, aired 1991-11-04RELIGIOUS LEADERS $400: In 1881 she founded the Massachusetts Metaphysical College, a school for Christian Science Mary Baker Eddy
#1636, aired 1991-10-14U.S. STATES $1000: 1 of 2 states that border eight others Missouri or Tennessee
#1605, aired 1991-07-19EDUCATION $200: Founded in 1847, the Quincy Grammar School in this state was the USA's 1st graded elem. school Massachusetts
#1593, aired 1991-07-03FIG FACTS $300: In the 1890s the Kennedy Biscuit Co. of Massachusetts created this famous cookie Fig Newton
#1557, aired 1991-05-14ABBREVIATIONS $400: Your ma and pa could tell you MA & PA are the postal abbreviations for these two states Massachusetts & Pennsylvania
#1543, aired 1991-04-24"PRO"s & "CON"s $200: Walden pond is about 1½ miles south of this Revolutionary War town Concord, Massachusetts
#1536, aired 1991-04-15STATE CAPITALS $400: This capital's tallest buildings are the John Hancock Tower & the Prudential Center Boston, Massachusetts
#1531, aired 1991-04-081891 $500: James Naismith invented basketball in this Massachusetts town in December Springfield
#1528, aired 1991-04-03SCIENTISTS $200: He used the money from selling the rights to his potato to move from Massachusetts to Calif. in 1875 Luther Burbank
#1521, aired 1991-03-25ARCHITECTURE $100: A small New England-style home with a gabled roof, named for a Massachusetts peninsula Cape Cod
#1496, aired 1991-02-18TRAVEL & TOURISM $200: Minute Man Historical Park in Massachusetts contains sites associated with this war the Revolutionary War
#1495, aired 1991-02-15STATE CAPITALS $200: A popular variety of grape is named for a Massachusetts town, not this New Hampshire capital Concord
#1493, aired 1991-02-13MOUNTAIN CHAINS $400: The park covering most of this range in northern New York state is larger than Massachusetts the Adirondacks
#1492, aired 1991-02-12AUTHORS $1000: This reclusive Massachusetts poetess wrote over 1,000 poems but only titled a few of them Emily Dickinson
#1422, aired 1990-11-06AMERICAN LITERATURE $200: "The House of the Seven Gables" is set in this New England town, about 150 years after the Witch Trials Salem, Massachusetts
#1414, aired 1990-10-25FACTS & FIGURES $400: This southernmost New England state has an 8% state sales tax, the highest in the U.S. Connecticut
#13, aired 1990-09-08EARLY AMERICA $2000: In 1647, when it was still part of this colony, New Hampshire was required to develop a school system Massachusetts
#1364, aired 1990-07-05NEW ENGLAND $800: Majestic Mount Greylock, the highest point in Massachusetts, is in these "hills" Berkshires
#1347, aired 1990-06-12COUNTIES $800: Of this state's 14 counties, only Nantucket & Franklin are not named for British people or place names Massachusetts
#1339, aired 1990-05-31WASHINGTON, D.C. $1000: Massachusetts Avenue is noted for more of them than any other street Embassies
#1333, aired 1990-05-23NAME'S THE SAME $500 (Daily Double): The third largest city in Missouri & Massachusetts Springfield
#1309, aired 1990-04-19EDUCATION $500 (Daily Double): The first U.S. school of architecture was established at this Mass. school founded in 1861 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
#1307, aired 1990-04-17TRANSPORTATION $300 (Daily Double): The Goodspeed, Sarah Constant & Discovery brought the first people to this settlement Jamestown
#1305, aired 1990-04-13U.S.A. $400: It forms a "hook" south of Massachusetts Bay Cape Cod
#1302, aired 1990-04-10AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: John Hancock held this political position from 1780-85 & from 1787-93 Governor of Massachusetts
#1300, aired 1990-04-06THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $200: The tea thrown overboard into Boston Harbor in 1773 belonged to this British company East India Company
#1265, aired 1990-02-16U.S.A. $400: The official emblem of this city's police department is a witch on a broomstick Salem, Massachusetts
#1264, aired 1990-02-15EDUCATION $2,200 (Daily Double): The first secondary school in the 13 colonies was established in 1635 in this colony Massachusetts
#1255, aired 1990-02-02U.S. STATES $100: Hey, it's the "Bay State" Massachusetts
#1241, aired 1990-01-15EDUCATION $1000: 19th century Massachusetts educator who's known as the "Father of American Public Education" Horace Mann
#1238, aired 1990-01-10GEOGRAPHY $800: It's the longest river entirely within Massachusetts Charles
#1236, aired 1990-01-08U.S. HISTORY $300: Roger Williams founded R.I. after he was banished from this colony for his religious beliefs Massachusetts
#1200, aired 1989-11-17FAMOUS FIRSTS $600: In 1793 the 1st U.S. ship canal was built near Springfield, in this state Massachusetts
#1194, aired 1989-11-09BORN & DIED $400: She was born at 280 Main Street in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1830 & died there in 1886 Emily Dickinson
#1194, aired 1989-11-09BORN & DIED $1000: Artist who was born in Lowell, Massachusetts in 1834 & died in London in 1903 James MacNeil Whistler
#1193, aired 1989-11-08NOVELS $1,400 (Daily Double): Massachusetts author whose last completed novel, “The Marble Faun”, is set in Italy (Nathaniel) Hawthorne
#1188, aired 1989-11-01U.S. STATES $200: The 4 U.S. states that are officially commonwealths are Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Virginia & this one Massachusetts
#1181, aired 1989-10-23THE 50 STATES $1000: The power drill was 1st used in the U.S. to dig the Hoosac Tunnel through the Berkshires in this state Massachusetts
#1170, aired 1989-10-06IN THE NEWS $100: In January 1989 he announced he would not seek another term as governor of Massachusetts in 1990 Michael Dukakis
#1158, aired 1989-09-20AMERICAN HISTORY $400: 19 convicted "witches" were executed this way in Salem, Massachusetts Hanging
#1115, aired 1989-06-09COUNTIES $400: Of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex or Wessex counties, the one Massachusetts doesn't have Wessex
#1115, aired 1989-06-09TRIVIA $300: On July 16, 1988 Eastern Massachusetts got a new one, 508 area code
#1104, aired 1989-05-25MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB $400: "Mary" is said to be Mary Sawyer from either Sterling or Sudbury in this state Massachusetts
#1094, aired 1989-05-11U.S. STATES $300: This state, not Mississippi or Connecticut, has the longest 1-word name Massachusetts
#1092, aired 1989-05-09PAUL REVERE $400: Paul Revere rode to call to arms the Massachusetts volunteer militia nicknamed this Minutemen
#1085, aired 1989-04-28GEOGRAPHIC CAPES $200: This cape extends like an elbow on the Massachusetts coastline Cape Cod
#1040, aired 1989-02-24U.S. STATES $600: The only 2' gauge railroad in the U.S. takes tourists on a trip thru this state's cranberry bogs Massachusetts
#1029, aired 1989-02-09COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1000: Smith College, the largest privately endowed women's college in the U.S., is in this state Massachusetts
#1025, aired 1989-02-03ANTONYMS $400: Historic Massachusetts town that's an antonym of discord Concord
#1024, aired 1989-02-02EARLY AMERICANS $1000: The original Gerrymandered district was named for Elbridge Gerry when he was gov. of this state Massachusetts
#1023, aired 1989-02-01AMERICAN HISTORY $2,800 (Daily Double): 2 of 3 of the original 13 colonies founded by colonists from Massachusetts New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Connecticut
#1021, aired 1989-01-30THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR $500 (Daily Double): The British passed the Intolerable Acts to punish Massachusetts for this event Boston Tea Party
#998, aired 1988-12-281972 $400 (Daily Double): In the Presidential election that year, it was the only state McGovern carried Massachusetts
#987, aired 1988-12-13AMERICAN REVOLUTION $200: Fighting began in 1775 in this state Massachusetts
#981, aired 1988-12-05AMERICAN RIVERS $900 (Daily Double): Massachusetts is crossed by this river named for a nearby state the Connecticut River
#977, aired 1988-11-29NAME THE POET $800: This Massachusetts poetess asked, "I'm nobody! Who are you? Are you -- nobody -- too?" Emily Dickinson
#970, aired 1988-11-18ABBREV. $1,000 (Daily Double): States whose abbreviations make up the telegram: HI PA. MA OK. AL Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, and Alabama
#967, aired 1988-11-15ISLANDS $800: There are islands with this name in Massachusetts, Washington state, Wisconsin, and Maine, but the biggest is in New York Long Island
#966, aired 1988-11-1419TH CENTURY WOMEN $800: In 1893 this Sunday school teacher was the most notorious woman in Fall River, Massachusetts Lizzie Borden
#964, aired 1988-11-10POETS $300: Ralph Waldo Emerson spent much of his life in this New England state where he was born Massachusetts
#952, aired 1988-10-2519TH C. AMERICANS $200: On the 4th of July 1845 he went to live at Walden Pond near Concord, Massachusetts Thoreau
#951, aired 1988-10-24COLONIAL AMERICA $500: For 30 years, William Bradford governed this colony Plymouth Colony
#880, aired 1988-06-03U.S. CITIES $600: It's the name of the 3rd largest city in both Missouri & Massachusetts & the 4th largest in Illinois Springfield
#877, aired 1988-05-31DANCE $1000: You won't find Jacob's Pillow on Marley's bed; it's a dance festival site in this New England state Massachusetts
#839, aired 1988-04-07COLONIAL AMERICA $600: In the 1760s, 80,000 pairs of shoes per year were manufactured in the town of Lynn in this colony Massachusetts
#814, aired 1988-03-03MASSACHUSETTS $200: In 1957, a replica of this sailed from England & reached Plymouth, Mass. the Mayflower
#814, aired 1988-03-03MASSACHUSETTS $400: Carver, Mass. is the world center for production of this fruit, so give thanks cranberries
#814, aired 1988-03-03MASSACHUSETTS $600: A sea captain named this peninsula after making large catches of fish off it Cape Cod
#814, aired 1988-03-03MASSACHUSETTS $800: Logically, this is the state dog the Boston Terrier
#814, aired 1988-03-03MASSACHUSETTS $1000: As governor, this future pres, won nat'l exposure in 1919 by dealing with a police strike Coolidge
#799, aired 1988-02-11U.S. HISTORY $800: A founder of Virginia, he visited the Massachusetts Region before the Pilgrims John Smith
#794, aired 1988-02-04PRESIDENTS $1000: 1st president born in a log cabin, he was also 1st born outside of Virginia or Massachusetts Andrew Jackson
#792, aired 1988-02-02JFK $800: He opposed JFK in both the 1952 Massachusetts senate race & on the 1960 Republican national ticket Henry Cabot Lodge
#786, aired 1988-01-25COLONIAL AMERICA $600: In colonial times, this state, which doesn't touch Massachusetts, was part of it Maine
#782, aired 1988-01-19THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR $500: Cousin to our 2nd President, this rebel leader was Massachusetts governor from 1793-1797 Sam Adams
#779, aired 1988-01-14COLONIAL AMERICA $200: In 1691, Plymouth Colony became part of this colony the Massachusetts Bay Colony
#769, aired 1987-12-31U.S. CITIES $400 (Daily Double): State capital in which the following Kingston Trio song takes place: "Now, all night long Charlie rides through the station / Crying, 'What will become of me? / How can I afford...'" Boston, Massachusetts
#766, aired 1987-12-28GOVERNMENT $200: In 1986, voters in Massachusetts & Nebraska revoked laws requiring them to do this in their cars buckle a seat belt
#736, aired 1987-11-1613-LETTER WORDS $1000: Only state that fits the category Massachusetts
#726, aired 1987-11-02PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA $400: He was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, the second of 9 children John (F.) Kennedy
#722, aired 1987-10-27U.S. CITIES $200: Tallest building in Boston is named for this 1st elected governor of state of Massachusetts John Hancock
#717, aired 1987-10-20GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $400: A 200-year-old law banning cohabitation in this state was repealed in May 1987 by Gov. Dukakis Massachusetts
#690, aired 1987-09-11POTPOURRI $1000: 2nd president from Massachusetts & 2nd to graduate from Harvard John Quincy Adams
#690, aired 1987-09-11PRESIDENTS $400: 1st president from Massachusetts & 1st to graduate from Harvard John Adams
#688, aired 1987-09-09EARLY AMERICA $1000: Chartered in 1629, legislature of this state is still called by the colonial name, the General Court Massachusetts
#687, aired 1987-09-08STATE OBJECTS $600: The commonwealth beverage of Massachusetts, you can sip it in the ocean spray at Cape Cod cranberry juice
#630, aired 1987-05-08U.S. CITIES $800: While half the states have a town named Springfield, this state has the biggest one Massachusetts
#619, aired 1987-04-23SPORTS $300: Springfield, Massachusetts is site of this sport's Hall of Fame basketball
#607, aired 1987-04-07COLONIAL AMERICA $400: Ironically, in 1641, Massachusetts became 1st colony to legalize this practice slavery
#579, aired 1987-02-26PHYS. ED. $500: In 1860, the 1st college p.e. department was started at Amherst College in this state Massachusetts
#576, aired 1987-02-23ODD JOBS $100: Laurie Cabot is the official one in Salem, Massachusetts, not just on Halloween, but all year round witch
#573, aired 1987-02-18FACTS & FIGURES $600: It remains on the average, the most expensive state in which to buy a house California
#565, aired 1987-02-06SMOKING $1000: Among the "patterns" in this fat Massachusetts poetess' life was smoking fat black cigars Amy Lowell
#524, aired 1986-12-11SEE THE USA $200: Dummies & real people mix in this 1692 trial city's witch dungeon, where you can't tell which is witch Salem, (Massachusetts)
#521, aired 1986-12-08U.S. STATES $1,000 (Daily Double): The states that make up New England Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island
#511, aired 1986-11-24FEBRUARY $500: New word coined after Governor Elbridge Gerry redistricted Essex County, Massachusetts on Feb. 11, 1812 Gerrymander
#509, aired 1986-11-20STARTS WITH "A" $200: Mass. for Massachusetts for example abbreviation
#504, aired 1986-11-13ISLANDS $600: Massachusetts island whose county & county seat share its name Nantucket
#481, aired 1986-10-13PRESIDENTS $300: The 2 presidents both buried in Quincy, Massachusetts John Adams & John Quincy Adams
#471, aired 1986-09-29STATE FLOWERS $200: Not surprisingly, this state's official flower is the Mayflower Massachusetts
#459, aired 1986-09-11SPORTS STADIUMS $800: The major league ballpark, Braves Field, was located in this city Boston
#447, aired 1986-05-27EDUCATION $200: His creation of "Fat Albert" helped him earn a doctorate in education from the University of Massachusetts Bill Cosby
#441, aired 1986-05-19THE 1970s $500: Found guilty in 1921 & executed in 1927, they were vindicated in 1977 by the governor of Massachusetts Sacco & Vanzetti
#423, aired 1986-04-23THE KENNEDYS $400: States that have been represented by Joseph Kennedy’s sons in the U.S. Senate Massachusetts & New York
#415, aired 1986-04-11SCIENTISTS $800: Robert Goddard left for N.M. after police made him stop experiments with these in Massachusetts rockets
#338, aired 1985-12-25NURSERY RHYMES $200: About 1820, one reputedly followed Mary Sawyer to the Redstone School House in Massachusetts a little lamb
#261, aired 1985-09-09NEW ENGLAND $800: In '64, it became the 1st in the nation to have a state lottery New Hampshire
#80, aired 1984-12-28COLONIAL AMERICA $400: In 1691 Plymouth Colony was absorbed by this colony Massachusetts Bay Colony
#42, aired 1984-11-06FOOD $100: Massachusetts town for which fig-filled cookies are named Newton
#12, aired 1984-09-25U.S. STATES $800: 1 of 4 states that's officially a commonwealth (1 of) Massachusetts, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Virginia
#11, aired 1984-09-24HOLIDAYS $400: In colonial Massachusetts, Puritans made this Christian holiday illegal Christmas
#11, aired 1984-09-24U.S. HISTORY $800: Only state carried by George McGovern in '72 election Massachusetts
#1, aired 1984-09-10NATIONAL LANDMARKS $600: The cornerstone of Massachusetts, it bears the date 1620 Plymouth Rock

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (46 results returned)

#8220, aired 2020-05-22IVY LEAGUE GEOGRAPHY: This state borders 3 other states with Ivy League schools, but doesn't have one itself Vermont
#8197, aired 2020-04-07AMERICAN HISTORY: A 1711 bill cleared the names of 22 people who were tried in this town, including Rebecca Nurse, Giles Corey & John Proctor Salem, Massachusetts
#8087, aired 2019-11-05THE 50 STATES: In 1840 this New England state was home to 24 of the 100 most populous U.S. urban places; now, its capital is its only one in the top 100 Massachusetts
#8016, aired 2019-06-17NEW ENGLAND: Neighborhoods in this city include Federal Street, Gallows Hill & Witchcraft Heights Salem, Massachusetts
#7997, aired 2019-05-21POETRY & THE MOVIES: Robert Lowell's "For the Union Dead" honored the 54th Massachusetts, the infantry unit in this 1989 film that won 3 Oscars Glory
#7673, aired 2018-01-10SENATORS: The last names of these 2 current senators, one from Virginia & one from Massachusetts, are anagrams of each other Elizabeth Warren and Mark Warner
#7603, aired 2017-10-04AMERICAN PLAYS: The latitude & longitude given by the narrator of this 1938 play would set it in Massachusetts, not New Hampshire Our Town
#7459, aired 2017-02-02THE U.S.A.: The Empire State Building says that on a clear day you can see 5 states from the top: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut & these 2 Pennsylvania & Massachusetts
#7249, aired 2016-03-03AMERICAN HISTORY: In the 1690s its legislature referred to this place as "his Majesty's ancient colony and dominion" Virginia
#7170, aired 2015-11-13GREEK MYTHOLOGY: Famous mother of Pyrrha, who survived the Great Flood & with her husband repopulated the Earth Pandora
#6779, aired 2014-02-20AUTHORS: On his death in 1862 a Massachusetts paper said, "No man ever lived closer to nature, and reported her secrets more eloquently" Thoreau
#6710, aired 2013-11-15PLAY CHARACTERS: In Peter Roach's phonetics glossary, this alliterative guy is "the best-known fictional phonetician" Henry Higgins
#6545, aired 2013-02-15FAMOUS WOMEN: Her 1886 obituary in a Massachusetts paper said, "Very few in the village, except among the older inhabitants, knew" her "personally" Emily Dickinson
#6388, aired 2012-05-30PRESIDENTIAL RESTING PLACES: Only 3 sites have the remains of 2 presidents: 1 at Quincy, Massachusetts, 1 at Arlington & 1 in this state capital Richmond, Virginia
#6327, aired 2012-03-06AMERICAN WRITERS: A fellow author called him "a very unique cat--a French Canadian Hinayana Buddhist beat Catholic savant" (Jack) Kerouac
#6264, aired 2011-12-08DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE SIGNERS: The only Roman Catholic signer represented this state Maryland
#6242, aired 2011-11-0818th CENTURY AUTHORS: In a poem he named himself Cadenus, an anagram of Decanus, or "Dean" Jonathan Swift
#5873, aired 2010-03-10U.S. PLACES IN LITERATURE: This fishing port is the setting for Kipling's "Captains Courageous" & the wreck of the Hesperus was nearby Gloucester, Massachusetts
#5785, aired 2009-11-06STATE CAPITALS: It's the only 3-word state capital Salt Lake City
#5688, aired 2009-05-06WASHINGTON, D.C.: Since 1974, the official residence of this public servant has been at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue & 34th Street the vice president
#5652, aired 2009-03-17RIVERS: The name of this river whose lower reaches run through Ghana is from Portuguese for "turn" or "bend" the Volta
#5565, aired 2008-11-14HIGHER EDUCATION: The 1st public one of these schools began in Illinois in 1901 for students who wanted to pursue higher education in their home area a community college (or junior college)
#5491, aired 2008-06-23PRESIDENTIAL BIRTHPLACES: 4 U.S. presidents serving in 3 different centuries have been born in the same county in this state Massachusetts
#5347, aired 2007-12-04U.S. POLITICS: Since 1960, only Massachusetts & this state have produced more than one of the 10 Democratic presidential nominees Minnesota (Hubert Humphrey & Walter Mondale)
#5060, aired 2006-09-15U.S. STATES: Of the 4 U.S. states that are officially called commonwealths, this one was not 1 of the original 13 Colonies Kentucky
#5057, aired 2006-09-12AMERICANA: In June 2005, amid some controversy, a statue of Elizabeth Montgomery was unveiled in this city Salem, Massachusetts
#4841, aired 2005-10-03PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES: He defended civil rights as a representative from Massachusetts' 11th District from 1895 to 1901 John Francis Fitzgerald
#4719, aired 2005-02-24THE U.S. CENSUS OF 1790: It was the only state in the 1790 census to claim a slave population of zero Massachusetts
#4435, aired 2003-12-1219th CENTURY BUSINESS: Frederic Tudor became wealthy marketing this, which he took from a pond called Fresh Pond in Massachusetts ice
#3989, aired 2001-12-27STATE SYMBOLS: Appropriately, the mayflower is the official flower of this state Massachusetts
#3790, aired 2001-02-09CHILDREN'S LITERATURE: First line of the poem thought to be based on Mary Sawyer's experience at a Massachusetts school-house around 1815 "Mary had a little lamb"
#3572, aired 2000-02-29THE 13 COLONIES: 1 of the 2 original colonies whose names came from American Indian words (1 of) Connecticut or Massachusetts
#3389, aired 1999-05-06U.S. POLITICS: In 1952 this state became primary in politics by adding candidates' names to its primary ballots New Hampshire
#3270, aired 1998-11-20THE SUPREME COURT: At the time of his 1902 nomination to the Supreme Court, he was Chief Justice of Massachusetts Oliver Wendell Holmes
#3265, aired 1998-11-13PLAYS: Written in 1953 & set in the late 17th c., this play takes place about 16 miles northeast of where we are right now The Crucible (by Arthur Miller)
#3199, aired 1998-06-25AMERICAN AUTHORS: This author born in 1904 grew up near Mulberry Street in Springfield, Massachusetts Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel)
#2757, aired 1996-09-03POETS: In 1879 the children of Cambridge, Massachusetts gave him an armchair made of chestnut wood Longfellow
#2162, aired 1994-01-18COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: A Massachusetts city & college are named after this British commander at the 1759 capture of Ticonderoga Amherst
#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
#1874, aired 1992-10-29U.S. PRESIDENTS: The first two presidents not born in Virginia were born in what is now this state Massachusetts
#1324, aired 1990-05-10U.S. CITIES: Massachusetts city named for an industrialist whose family included several poets & an astronomer Lowell
#1294, aired 1990-03-29COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: The only state that's home to 2 Ivy League schools New York (Columbia, in NYC & Cornell, in Ithaca)
#1195, aired 1989-11-10THE CENSUS: 2 of the 4 U.S. states with a population density greater than 500 people per square mile (2 of) Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey & Rhode Island
#1098, aired 1989-05-17SPORTS: Both volleyball & basketball were invented by Y.M.C.A. staff members in the 1890s in this state Massachusetts
#872, aired 1988-05-24THE U.S. SENATE: The only state ever to elect a black senator by popular vote Massachusetts
#769, aired 1987-12-31ELECTIONS: He was the last major party presidential candidate to fail to carry his home state George McGovern

Players (641 results returned)

Laura Gustafson, an information manager from Acton, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2004-09-08). KJL game 41.
David Fishbach, a consulting program manager from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2004-09-15). KJL game 46.
David Hankins, a college student from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 21 player (2004-11-30). David won $100,000 on Who Wants to...
David Jackman, a doctor from Boston, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-01-03).
Inez Friedman-Boyce, an attorney from Newton, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-01-04).
Alex Rubington, a marketing communication coordinator from Natick, Massachusetts Season 21 1-time champion: $6,800 + $1,000.
Jen Noon, an editor from Woburn, Massachusetts Season 21 1-time champion: $19,103 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: BostonJen73
Annette Wilkinson, a stay-at-home mom from Andover, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-10-31).
Eric Moore, a chemist and writer from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-11-01).
Tom Cubbage, an attorney from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma "He was the very first College Champion, and the only one...
Mark Eckard, an entrepreneur from Bedford, Massachusetts "A 2001 5-time champion as a software designer, he has now...
Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1990 Super...
Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $56,800. Lost in...
Pat Connor, a management consultant from Cummaquid, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-06-23).
Lynne Crawford, a carpenter originally from West Springfield, Massachusetts Season 1 player (1984-09-11).
Glen Savory, an Air Force contracting officer originally from Georgetown, Massachusetts Season 16 3-time champion: $33,600 + a trip to Sweptaway, Jamaica.
Carol Tierney, a program manager originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 14 player (1998-03-20). Season 14 player (1997-12-05). Jeopardy! returned Carol...
Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts "A winner of 5 games in 1988, she has since become...
John Zhang, a freshman at MIT originally from Lexington, Kentucky "He won the 2003 Teen Tournament. Today he's a freshman at...
Tom Nichols, a professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts "A five-time champion in 1994, he used his winnings for a...
Amy Fine, a part-time teacher from Bethesda, Maryland "She was the last 5-time winner in the 1993-94 season. A...
Ayofemi Stowe, a design engineer originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 2 player (1985-09-26).
David Kahn, a law student from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 6 player (1990-01-12).
Arthur Phillips, a speechwriter from Boston, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1998 Tournament...
Mark Eckard, a software designer from Bedford, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $35,600. 2001 Tournament...
Alan Fletcher, a musician from Newton, Massachusetts Season 6 1-time champion: $16,500.
David Rozenson, a lawyer from Newton, Massachusetts 2006 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 21 3-time champion: $76,000 + $1,000.
Nicholas Vallas, a waiter originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 1 player (1984-12-03).
Jaya Lakshminarayanan, a musician from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-06-01).
Mary Sue Hoban, a marketing and strategy consultant from Belmont, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2002-09-05).
Norm Burger, a manufacturing operations specialist originally from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 6 2-time champion: $13,801.
Tom Walker, a lawyer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 21 1-time champion: $23,201 + $2,000. Father's Jeopardy! Message Board user name: ProudFather
Tricia McRae, a systems project manager from Hull, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-06-07).
Doug Meyer, an editor originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-06-09). Season 20 player (2004-03-11). Doug previously appeared...
Susan Insoft, an attorney and stay-at-home mom from Newton, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-07-12).
Christen O'Connor, a mother of three from Acton, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-09-06).
Evelyn Pan Bavier, a museum administrator from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-09-07). Last name pronounced like "BAH-vee-yay".
Brian O'Rourke, a director of development from Marblehead, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-09-10).
Pam Maine, a mutual fund accountant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-06-28). Won $32,000 on Who Wants To Be...
Juliet Chase, a high school English teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-09-17).
Suzanne Fatta, a graduate student from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-09-18).
Hardy Watts, an elementary school teacher from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-09-03).
Bev Schwartzberg, a history teacher originally from Amherst, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1993 Tournament...
Ray Baxter, a lawyer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 6 1-time champion: $3,200.
Doug Antoniazzi, a test systems analyst from Hyde Park, Massachusetts Season 13 3-time champion: $35,999 + Jeopardy! electronic game from Tiger Electronics.
Martin Gostanian, an advertising copywriter from Medford, Massachusetts Season 6 1-time champion: $17,200.
Michael Abracham, an accountant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 6 player (1990-03-14).
Guy Pugh, a medical student from Canton, Massachusetts Season 6 player (1990-05-01).
Jennifer Furlong, an account manager from Brighton, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2005-10-27).
Rosemary Foster, a research scientist from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $12,601.
Wade Markel, an Army captain from Wellesley, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-12-09).
Beth Cimini, a junior at Boston University from East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 2005 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: BrightStars1212
Chris Breen, a sophomore at Princeton University from Springfield, Massachusetts 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. According to the official Jeopardy! web...
Myretta Robens, a technology & operations manager from Medford, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-12-18).
Irv Kaplan, a physician from Newton, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-12-19).
Marina Matuzek, an attorney from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-12-20).
Sara d'Anjou, a college academic specialist from Norfolk, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-12-30).
Beth Chalecki, a Ph.D. student from Medford, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2005-11-23).
Jenn Carlson, a proposal writer from Foxborough, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2005-12-01).
Akiva Fox, a junior from Newton, Massachusetts 1997-A Teen Tournament 2nd runner-up: $7,500. Won $100,000 on Who Wants...
Kathy Reiff, a homemaker from Groton, Massachusetts Season 22 1-time champion: $5,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "RIFE".
Karen Spinale, a high school teacher from Duxbury, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2005-12-21). According to the official Jeopardy! web site,...
Greg Carbone, a customer service manager originally from Weston, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-02-24).
Mark Mironer, a crash avoidance engineer from Waltham, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-02-25).
Pablo del Real, a substitute teacher originally from Acton, Massachusetts Season 14 player (1997-09-12).
Jesse Liu, a grad student from Boston, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-01-12).
Stephen Heuser, an editor and writer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $12,401.
Macee Damon, an administrative assistant from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-06-05).
Mindy Eakin, an administrative assistant from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-06-12).
Glenn Barnes, a nonprofit development director from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-01-26).
Paul Canty, a homemaker from Easthampton, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-01-27).
Nancy Baron, a medical writer and editor from Holliston, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-07-14).
Kim Haase, a technical writer from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-07-16).
Phil Duffy, a designer from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-07-17).
Emily Scott, an independent graphic designer from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-05-29).
Paul Murray, a theater teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 15 1-time champion: $8,001.
Julie Seitter, a voice talent from Littleton, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-02-28). Julie's voice can be heard in the...
Mary Flaherty, a professor and lawyer from Gloucester, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-09-22).
Sharona Nelson, a technical writer from Marlborough, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-09-23).
Judie Cole, an administrative assistant from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-10-19).
Patricia DiMaggio, a school registrar from Maynard, Massachusetts Season 22 1-time champion: $14,001 + $1,000. According to the official...
Mia McIver, a graduate student from Boston, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-10-27).
Pam Bybell, a homemaker from West Medford, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-10-28).
Maura O'Keefe, a legal assistant from West Roxbury, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-14).
Jim Zanotti, a law student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-11-10).
Tracy Ross, an account manager from Boston, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-11-13).
Coral Sullivan, a registrar from Wayland, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-11-25).
Tom Ricketts, a chemical engineer from Halifax, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-04-12).
Gail Fouts Bernstein, an advertising account executive from Salem, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1998-12-23).
Nina Mulligan, a homemaker from Belchertown, Massachusetts Season 14 2-time champion: $23,501.
David Rozenson, a lawyer from Newton, Massachusetts 2006 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 21 3-time champion: $76,000 + $1,000.
Peggy Sheehan, a teacher from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 15 1-time champion: $16,799.
Nathan Meyers, a software developer from Medford, Massachusetts Season 22 1-time champion: $15,801 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: bosox2004
Kathryn Masters, a stage manager from Marlborough, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-10-03).
Andrea Yanes, a high school biology teacher from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-10-09). Name pronounced like "AHN-drey-ah YAHNS."
Bill Duncliffe, a VP of sales from Danvers, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-06-05).
Jessica Tanner, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-06-08).
Prabal Chakrabarti, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-01-19).
James Kossuth, a lexicographer originally from Melrose, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-11-22). Last name is pronounced like "kus-OOTH."
Rebekah Lacey, an environmental scientist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 1-time champion: $20,800.
Trish Miller, an administrative assistant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-11-28).
Luke Fontano, a stay-at-home dad from Framingham, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2001-12-05).
Jenn Reilly, a teaching assistant from Lowell, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-02-01).
Melanie Evans, a librarian from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-05-17).
Peter Gay, a graphic designer from Stoughton, Massachusetts Season 10 1-time champion: $14,801 + Jeopardy! '92 home game.
Steven McKenna, a director of banquets originally from Holyoke, Massachusetts Season 10 1-time champion: $15,401.
Tom Unsworth, a human resources director from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 1-time champion: $10,000. In his first game, Tom was...
Justin Budinoff, an administrative coordinator from Framingham, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-07-18).
Rebecca Mathews, an institutional researcher from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-01-08).
Margaret J. McCarthy, a retired attorney originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 22 player (2006-07-24).
Amasa Wainwright, a freelance proofreader from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-06-13).
Arthur Phillips, a speechwriter from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1998 Tournament...
Wes Ulm, a medical student from Boston, Massachusetts 1998 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $2,500. Season 13 4-time champion: $63,201....
Joel Zuckerman, a financial analyst originally from Longmeadow, Massachusetts Season 14 player (1997-10-20).
Jack Martin, a civil engineer from Medford, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2006-09-19). Won $250,000 on Who Wants to Be...
Charlton Wilbur, a software developer from Holyoke, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2006-09-22).
Cary Williams, from Milton, Massachusetts "She won an award in math, and a letter of commendation...
Paul Smith, an attorney from Sutton, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-10-11).
Michael Delgado, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-06-01).
Mark Eckard, a software engineer from Bedford, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $35,600. 2001 Tournament...
Nancy Fisher, a computer software salesperson from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-06-11).
Oz Vazquez, a law student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2006-10-12). According to the official Jeopardy! web site,...
Lauren Cercone, a consumer new products developer originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-05-24).
Jim Spilman, a purchasing manager from Gloucester, Massachusetts Season 23 1-time champion: $25,550 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Belisarius
Brian Hamill, a chemical engineer from Nahant, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $5,550.
Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $56,800. Lost in...
Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $56,800. Lost in...
Kathryn Erbe, an actress from Law & Order: Criminal Intent "On stage, she earned a 1991 Tony nomination for Speed of...
George Miller, a radio broadcaster and writer from Northfield, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-03-28).
Beth Coughlin, a librarian from Danvers, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $13,601.
John Foster, a product manager originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-04-10).
Nicole Burnham Onsi, a freelance writer from Hopkinton, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-07-17).
Carol Feingold, a medical librarian from Amesbury, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-04-16).
Pam Storm, a lawyer from Hingham, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $11,801.
Bev Schwartzberg, a teacher originally from Amherst, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1993 Tournament...
Sean Gilsdorf, a college teacher from Amherst, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2006-12-06).
Paul Holland, a Jesuit priest from Storrs, Connecticut Season 18 player (2002-02-19). Fr. Holland is a director at the...
Jen Bobolia, a registered nurse from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-02-25).
Rita Hedgespeth, a computer consultant and software trainer from Braintree, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-02-27).
Steve Calechman, a freelance writer and stand-up comedian from Waltham, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-03-01).
Anne Andrea, an accounting systems consultant from Holbrook, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-04-03).
Jessica Raine, a graduate student from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-04-04).
Matt Cushman, a paintings conservator from North Adams, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-02-19).
Nancy Goldstone, an academic specialist from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-03-29).
Peg Pruitt, a retired teacher from Swansea, Massachusetts Season 23 1-time champion: $8,100 + $2,000. The official Jeopardy! website...
Beth Kopley, a fundraiser from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-03-14).
Michelle St. James, an attorney from Baldwin, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-03-19).
Alex Kania, an economic consultant from Westboro, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-03-26).
Nancy Mitchell, a human resources systems manager from Easthampton, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-04-20).
Liz Bakulski, an investment advisor originally from Andover, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-05-25).
David Thorne Scott, a musician from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-05-30).
Kara Miller, a graduate student from Carlisle, Massachusetts Season 17 1-time champion: $8,100.
Liam Healy, an attorney from Needham, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-06-15).
Kris Springer, a children's librarian from Brighton, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-06-25).
Scott Candage, an internet sports columnist from Fall River, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-06-26).
Elizabeth Heichler, a newswire editor from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-06-27).
Sharon Rozines, a solutions support engineer from Natick, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-07-04).
Peyton Paxson, a college professor from Westford, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-07-09).
Kelly Suber, a client services consultant from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-07-10).
Brooke Scarpa, a web design manager from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-02-19).
Christy Woodman, a substitute teacher from Canton, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-02-26).
Sheri Young, an assistant functions coordinator from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-02-28).
Kelly Isenor, a TV news producer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 23 2-time champion: $31,800 + $1,000. According to the official...
Mike Garrido, an electronic commerce consultant originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 16 player (1999-10-12).
Janet Byrne, an accounting manager from Mansfield, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-02-28).
Tom Gould, a software developer from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-07-01). Not to be confused with Season 15...
Rebecca Jacobs, an administrator originally from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 9 player (1993-06-29).
James Wu, a store manager from Medford, Massachusetts Season 16 player (1999-09-20).
Hanley Baxter, a research analyst from Boston, Massachusetts Season 18 2-time champion: $44,202.
Karen Lempert, a librarian from Walpole, Massachusetts Season 18 1-time champion: $19,200.
Heidi Wakeman, a teacher assistant from Gloucester, Massachusetts Season 18 player (2002-04-23).
Rosanna Cavallaro, a law professor from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-02-28).
Harry Stessel, a college teacher and potter from Westfield, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-03-07).
Leigh King, an elementary school librarian from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-03-23).
Chris Possinger, a mechanical engineer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-04-04).
David Haglund, a freelance writer originally from Belmont, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-04-10).
Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, a grad student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-04-18).
Mark Staloff, an editor from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 17 1-time champion: $9,799.
Fran Balin, a business analyst from Sharon, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-09-11).
Meg Sullivan, an online editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-05-03).
Brady Cassis, a junior from Yale University 2007 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 20 at the time of the...
Stephanie Overby, an online journalist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-09-22).
Brian Frates, an actor and comedian from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-10-13).
Annie Bienvenue, a high school history teacher from Lowell, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-10-17).
Matt Blum, a web designer from Burlington, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-10-23).
Adam Michaels, a trial lawyer from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-10-24).
Bruce Leggat, a nonprofit consultant from Westford, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-11-07).
Heather Derby, an ad agency account executive from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-11-22).
Ssezi Mukasa, a software engineer from Salem, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-06-05).
Carol Tierney, an administrative assistant originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 14 player (1998-03-20). Season 14 player (1997-12-05). Jeopardy! returned Carol...
Melanie DeCarolis, an editor from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 14 player (1998-01-07).
Don Stewart, a teacher from Belmont, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-06-21).
Joe Sosnoff, a sales coordinator from Holden, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-06-27).
Sandi Lin, an economic consultant from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 23 player (2007-07-06).
John LeDonne, a bookbuyer from Arlington, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1991 Tournament...
Susan Sanchez, a schoolteacher originally from Newton Center, Massachusetts Season 2 player (1986-04-22).
Brian Reidy, a Naval aviator originally from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 16 player (1999-12-31).
Molly Secrest, a speech pathologist from Westborough, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-01-04).
Frank Butterworth, a business development manager from Hingham, Massachusetts Season 16 2-time champion: $19,000.
Amy DeLisa, an attorney from Framingham, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-03-12).
Terry Coombs, an automotive bookkeeper from Lynn, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-01-13).
Kara McDermott, an Internet content editor from Newton, Massachusetts Season 16 2-time champion: $8,400.
Don Lessem, a dinosaur expert and writer from Newton, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-01-24).
Angela Toussaint, a schoolteacher from West Roxbury, Massachusetts Season 16 1-time champion: $11,000.
Donal Coomey, a masonry restoration specialist from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 24 1-time champion: $14,100 + $2,000. Husband of Season 26 player Becki Norris.
Linda Lipkin, a high school teacher and administrator from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2007-09-21).
Kim Zarkin, a college professor originally from Rockland, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2007-10-01).
Cinnamon Stetler, a research technician from Natick, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-06-08).
Kizzle Cote, a 12-year-old from Ludlow, Massachusetts "This future ichthyologist has a 30-gallon aquarium in his bedroom..." 2007...
Mimi Collins, an assistant professor from Marlborough, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-06-20).
Carl Goldman, a funeral director from Peabody, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-06-22).
Dru Daigle, an administrative assistant from Dracut, Massachusetts Season 16 player (2000-06-29).
Peter Breeze, a junior at Ithaca College from Bolton, Massachusetts 2000-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500. 20 at the time of the...
Gwyneth Connell, a senior at Amherst College from Great Barrington, Massachusetts 2000-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500. 20 at the time of the College Championship.
Walter Evans, a park ranger from Boston, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2007-11-01).
Serge Botsaris, a psychiatrist from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 16 player (1999-11-26).
Suzanne Doran, a middle school teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 16 player (1999-12-07).
Bridget Bue, a high school teacher originally from Chelmsford, Massachusetts Season 16 player (1999-12-20).
Bill Cute, a social studies teacher from Rehoboth, Massachusetts Season 13 2-time champion: $19,601.
Barbara Delisle, a homemaker from Westwood, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-10-02).
Craig Schneider, a health policy analyst from Boston, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $12,601.
Christine Detz, a legal assistant from West Springfield, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-12-07).
Bruce Pickett, a bond trader from South Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2000-12-12).
John O'Leary, a middle school history teacher from Walpole, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2007-12-04).
Chris McCarthy, a technical support specialist from Brockton, Massachusetts Season 24 1-time champion: $28,401 + $1,000.
Dan Pawson, a legislative aide from Boston, Massachusetts 2009 Tournament of Champions winner: $250,000. Season 24 9-time champion: $170,902...
Mike Currie, an Air Force officer from Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-01-01).
Jennifer LeBow, a bookstore manager from Nahant, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-01-02).
Jenny Fielding, a marketing coordinator from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 17 player (2001-01-22).
Mike Emerman, a campaign administrator from Boston, Massachusetts Season 17 2-time champion: $14,402.
Steven Melendez, a computer consultant from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-01-28).
Arianna Kelly, a law student from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-01-30). Season 24 player (2008-07-08). Sister of Season...
Dave Hampton, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 15 2-time champion: $16,400.
Linda Ferrazzara, a network administrator from Randolph, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-03-19).
Beth Slattery, a college admissions officer originally from Brockton, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-03-26).
Ben Chaput, a water service inspector from Lowell, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-02-07).
Karen Baptiste, a project manager from Andover, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-04-02).
Ed Clarke, a special education teacher from Mansfield, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-04-15).
Robin Travers, a dermatologist from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-04-16). Sister of Season 15 player Karin Travers.
Maria Valgenti, an administrative assistant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-04-21).
Shannon Poole, a customer support specialist from North Attleboro, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-04-26).
John Byrne, a student affairs director from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-03-24).
Eileen Tremblay, a marketing specialist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-05-26.)
Seale Pylate, a law student from Brighton, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-06-02).
Will Austin, an undergraduate student from Boston, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-06-08).
Norah Piehl, a freelance writer and permissions editor from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-04-10). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: PineapplePrincess
Karin Travers, an HIV research scientist from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-06-24). Sister of Season 15 player Robin Travers.
Franklin Leonard, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 15 player (1999-07-13).
Elayna Kotsaftis, a treasury associate from Natick, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-05-23).
Scott Duquette, a junior from South Hamilton, Massachusetts 1999-B Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Ruth Doucette, a protocol systems coordinator from Reading, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-05-21).
Lisa Boles, a multimedia producer from Marlborough, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-06-03).
Arianna Kelly, a law student from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 24 player (2008-01-30). Season 24 player (2008-07-08). Sister of Season...
Tom Nichols, a political science professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1994 Tournament...
Len Krisak, an editor from Newton, Massachusetts 1995 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 12 4-time champion: $43,399.
Larry Goldberg, a lawyer from Springfield, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2002-09-11).
Jason Schneiderman, an editor from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2002-10-08).
Kate Martin, a researcher and editor from New Bedford, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2002-10-08).
Christie Whitman, a former governor from New Jersey "She was New Jersey's first woman governor, and later became administrator...
Michan Connor, a graduate student originally from Sutton, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2002-10-15).
Elin Gaynor, a secretarial school teacher from Chicopee, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-05-26).
George Hicks, a law student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 19 1-time champion: $21,998 + $1,000.
Sue McClung, a project manager from Boston, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2004-06-01).
Maryann Correll, a research scientist from Sterling, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-05-21).
Hope Weinman, an administrative assistant from Marshfield, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-05-27).
Katie Hamill, a lawyer from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 19 1-time champion: $12,800 + $1,000.
Eleanor McGourty, a publications coordinator from Milton, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-06-03).
Marilyn Muller, a social worker from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-06-09).
Anjali Tripathi, a senior from MIT "Math and science were her favorite subjects in seventh grade. We're...
Tom Aquino, a lawyer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2004-07-06). KJL game 25. Last name pronounced like...
Erik Nelson, a graduate student from Boston, Massachusetts 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $94,404 + $2,000.
Peter O'Malley, a writer and teacher from Boston, Massachusetts Season 19 1-time champion: $7,600 + $2,000.
Nancy Jankowiak, a program manager from Woburn, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-06-26).
Debbie Lerner, an attorney from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-07-01).
Kate Cell, a communications consultant from Shutesbury, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-10-08).
Vibin Kundukulam, a mechanical engineering student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-10-09).
Kathy Lague, a telecommunications consultant from Sudbury, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2005-10-23). Last name pronounced like "LAY-gyoo".
Tristan Snell, a patent litigator from Boston, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-10-29).
Catherine Muldoon, a graduate student from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-11-03).
Gerry Waggett, a writer from Dorchester, Massachusetts Season 19 2-time champion: $44,900 + $1,000.
Mikalen Howe, a law student from Boston, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-24).
Karan Takhar, a senior from North Attleborough, Massachusetts 2008-B Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000. First name pronounced like "KUR-run". Jeopardy...
Donna Corbett, an office manager from Plymouth, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-03-24).
Sara Glidden, a college theater manager from Roxbury, Massachusetts Season 19 2-time champion: $27,950 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Freya Wolke, a marketing research manager from Newton, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-03-25).
Donna Lee DePrille, a professional musician from Westfield, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-01).
John Eskew, a software engineer from Allston, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-02).
Kerri O'Neill, a sales representative from Peabody, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-04).
Alison Stern-Dunyan, a writer and editor from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-08).
Carla Bradford, a mom and part-time graduate student from Bedford, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-04-09).
Erin Haramoto, a lab instructor from Sunderland, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-11-26).
Rob O'Leary, an educational development specialist from Springfield, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-03-05).
Sherry Harley, a library assistant from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-03-10).
Ben Bishop, a student originally from Seattle, Washington 2009 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $114,800...
Kristin Schleicher, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-12-22).
Mikey Stewart, an economist from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-12-26). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: hpanic7342
Ed Rozmiarek, a high school assistant principal from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2008-12-29). Last name pronounced like "rose-MARE-ik".
Chris Schleicher, a student from Winchester, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-01-22).
Garrett Laws Weinberg, a software engineer from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-02-02).
Sanders Kleinfeld, a publishing technology specialist from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 25 1-time champion: $26,597 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Dan Pawson, a legislative aide from Boston, Massachusetts 2009 Tournament of Champions winner: $250,000. Season 24 9-time champion: $170,902...
Elizabeth Perkins, an actress from Big and Weeds 2009 Celebrity Jeopardy! player: $25,000 to the New England Learning Center...
Tom Bergeron, an Emmy Award-winning host from Dancing with the Stars 2009 Celebrity Jeopardy! player: $25,000 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. "He's...
Erik Nelson, a grad student originally from Boston, Massachusetts 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $94,404 + $2,000.
Sonia Chawla, a grad student from Boston, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-03-26). Last name pronounced like "CHAV-la".
Anne Reilly, a stay-at-home mom from Stow, Massachusetts Season 25 1-time champion: $21,200 + $2,000.
Kevin Joyce, a customer service representative from Leominster, Massachusetts Season 25 3-time champion: $111,299 + $2,000. Kevin was the alternate...
Andrew Swan, an eighth grade English teacher from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-05-01).
Andy Davis, a Chyron operator from South Boston, Massachusetts Season 25 2-time champion: $49,799 + $1,000. Andy Davis - A...
Justin Bernbach, a lobbyist from Brooklyn, New York 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 7-time champion: $155,001...
Beth Ford, a professor of African-American literature from Wellesley, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-06-11).
Neal Freyman, a ten-year-old from Longmeadow, Massachusetts "He's not sure recess counts as a subject, but if it...
Tui Sutherland, a children's book author from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 25 2-time champion: $44,200 + $2,000. First name pronounced like...
Clare O'Keeffe, an editorial assistant from Hyannisport, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-07-08).
Jimmy Miotto, an 11-year-old from Northborough, Massachusetts "He wants to be a Disney Imagineer and the president of...
Katie Fulton, a 12-year-old from Tewksbury, Massachusetts "She's thinking vet, because she loves animals and everything about them..."...
Emily Bruemmer, a history and East Asian studies student from Orleans, Massachusetts Season 25 player (2009-07-24). Last name pronounced like "BREM-mer".
Alycia Kennedy, a 13-year-old from Lynnfield, Massachusetts "She runs the fastest mile in her grade; tonight, we'll see...
Jon Korn, a film festival programmer originally from Concord, Massachusetts Season 26 1-time champion: $25,602 + $1,000.
Katie O'Reilly, a receptionist from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2009-09-25). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: kamarile
Lance Higgins, a data quality consultant from Medway, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2004-04-12).
Genevieve Sheehan, a private equity professional from Boston, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2009-10-08). First name pronounced like "JEN-uh-veev". New York...
Christine Valada, a photographer and attorney originally from Walton, New York 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $68,703...
Jamison Hedin, a high school librarian from Chicopee, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2009-10-27).
Chris Rodrigues, a personal banking representative from New Bedford, Massachusetts Season 26 3-time champion: $41,498 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Lindsay Oxx, a senior from Longmeadow, Massachusetts 2009 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000.
Deborah Walsh, a travel agent from Belchertown, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2004-02-23).
Kevin Cuddeback, an online marketing executive from Medford, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2009-12-16).
Hayes Davenport, a television writer originally from Dover, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2009-12-31).
Andrea Saenz, an immigration attorney from Boston, Massachusetts Season 26 1-time champion: $32,200 + $2,000. Name pronounced like "ahn-DRAY-ah...
Bobby Goldstein, a database administrator from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 20 3-time champion: $42,200 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: GoBobbyGo
Adrianne Hiltz, an editorial assistant from Brighton, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-01-13).
Doug Meyer, an editor from Newton, Massachusetts Season 21 player (2005-06-09). Season 20 player (2004-03-11). Doug later returned...
Bern Samko, a Ph.D. student in linguistics originally from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-01-20).
Elizabeth Perkins, an actress from Weeds "For the past five seasons, she's played the calculating and manipulative...
Anna Tschetter, a legal assistant from Danvers, Massachusetts Season 26 1-time champion: $3,400 + $1,000.
Jordan Piel, a speech language pathologist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-01-29). Last name pronounced like "PEEL".
Dan D'Addario, a senior from Columbia University 2010-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Farmington, Connecticut. Daniel D'Addario...
Becky Galipeau, a customer service representative from Lowell, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2004-03-31).
Elizabeth Galoozis, a reference librarian from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 26 2-time champion: $38,801 + $2,000. Elizabeth Galoozis - A...
Anne Damon, a box office manager from Medford, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-03-01). Wife of Season 23 player Jack Martin.
Becki Norris, a science and math teacher from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-03-09). Wife of Season 24 1-time champion Donal...
Sarah Rubin, a clinical research coordinator from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-03-12).
Jane Curtin, an actress from Kate & Allie and 3rd Rock from the Sun "One of Saturday Night Live's original Not Ready for Primetime Players,...
Carl Saras, a quality engineer from Hopedale, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-04-23).
Gerry Cuddyer, an elections administrator from South Boston, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-06-02). Last name pronounced like "kuh-DY-er" (or "kuh-DY-yuh"...
Kyle Hutchinson, a school of pharmacy librarian from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 26 1-time champion: $19,000 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: mskyle
Autumn Haag, an archivist from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-06-22). Last name pronounced like "HAYG", with a...
Lisa Cerrato, a managing editor from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-06-25).
Surabhi Iyer, a ten-year-old from Franklin, Massachusetts "Her research scientist dad has inspired her to become a neuroscientist....
Irene Dennis, a freelance copy editor from Medford, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-09-04).
Dan Highlands, a legal assistant from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 26 player (2010-07-22).
Meg Miller, a high school Latin teacher from Milton, Massachusetts Season 26 2-time champion: $29,299 + $2,000.
Lew Barlow, a college teacher from Duxbury, Massachusetts Season 4 player (1988-06-28): a trip to Florida's Space Coast.
Tegan Brown, an MBA student originally from Harvard, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2010-09-30).
Erin McLean, a sophomore from Boston University from Danvers, Massachusetts 2011 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-B College Championship winner:...
Helen Andrews, an antique games dealer from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-12-02).
Stephanie Gumble, an associate director of policy from Boston, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2010-11-24).
Keri McConaghy, a social worker from Chelsea, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2010-12-13). Last name pronounced like "mick-KAWN-ah-ghee".
Dennis Loo, a tutor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2010-12-22).
Gerard Coletta, a library assistant from Braintree, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-01-17).
Helen Hostetter, a homemaker from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-04-07).
Stephanie Munroe, a movie editor from Brookline, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-04-12).
Virginia Ogozalek, a professor emeritus from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-04-27). Last name pronounced like "oh-go-ZAH-lek".
Kathy Casavant, a high school English teacher from Oxford, Massachusetts "Originally she wanted to do anything but teach. Well, she's been...
Ben Sack, an Internet entrepreneur from Boston, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-06-10). Ben wrote about "Identifying Competitive Advantage in...
Gary Palmer, a physician from Palm Springs, California 1986 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 2 4-time champion: $18,400....
Karawan Meade, a mom and tutor from Wakefield, Massachusetts Season 27 player (2011-07-18).
Alex Liteplo, an educational publishing digital producer from Wakefield, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-09-20). Last name pronounced like "luh-TEP-low".
Anne Kenney Chaplin, a housing court judge from Truro, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-09-22).
Joon Pahk, a college physics teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts 2011 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 28 7-time champion: $199,000 + $2,000. JBoard user name: jpahk
Liz Good, a freelance editor from Brockton, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-10-13).
Alex Johnson, an actor and theater intern originally from Danvers, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-10-27). Not to be confused with 2012 Kids...
Joon Pahk, a college physics teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts 2011 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 28 7-time champion: $199,000 + $2,000. JBoard user name: jpahk
Erin McLean, a junior at Boston University from Danvers, Massachusetts 2011 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-B College Championship winner:...
Sean McGuire, an automotive service advisor from Plainville, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-11-24).
Kiran Kedlaya, a math professor originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 28 1-time champion: $30,801 + $2,000.
Suzanne Judson-Whitehouse, an education program director from Greenfield, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-12-02).
Gina Bernal, a romance novel editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-12-13).
Lisa Spardel-Krol, an educational marketer from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2011-12-30).
Emily Kelly, a university librarian from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-01-27).
Lisa Johnston, a fourth and fifth grade reading and religion teacher from East Boston, Massachusetts "She teaches at a parish that's focus is to dream big....
David Gard, a retail horticulturist from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 2013 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 28 4-time champion: $84,700 + $1,000.
Patrick Antle, a graduate student in chemistry from Billerica, Massachusetts Season 28 1-time champion: $22,800 + $1,000.
Sharla Zwirek, an editorial manager from Medway, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-03-16).
Jay Ben Markson, an actor originally from Lakeville, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-03-29).
Doug Lloyd, a law student from Charlton, Massachusetts Season 28 1-time champion: $12,400 + $2,000. JBoard user name: Doug527
Evan Nolan, a contract attorney from Winchester, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-04-17).
Daphne Moulton, a finance administrator from Lakeville, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-05-29).
Fran Frederick, a school counselor and member of the Air National Guard from West Springfield, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-06-05). Fran was a sergeant in the Air...
Margaret Swanson, a graduate student of architecture from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 28 3-time champion: $48,000 + $1,000. JBoard user name: mswanson
Tim Wong, a landscape designer from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-06-27).
Ellen Jacobs, a librarian from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1997-01-30).
Susan Cohen, an arts administrator from Belmont, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-07-06).
Matt Collins, a graduate student in economic policy from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 28 player (2012-07-16).
Ed Bryant, a lawyer from Springfield, Massachusetts Season 8 1-time champion: $11,401.
Martha Warren, an opera singer and voice teacher from Boxborough, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2012-10-09).
Meredith Lowmaster, a medical research technician from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 29 1-time champion: $16,000 + $1,000.
Cara Harley, a medical writer from Charlestown, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2012-11-29).
Bryan Shilowich, a graduate student of neuroscience from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2012-12-04).
Alistair Bell, a computer chip designer from Berlin, Massachusetts Season 29 3-time champion: $56,800 + $2,000. JBoard user name: ThreeIfByAir...
Sarah Shemkus, a freelance writer from Manchester, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2012-12-31).
Tim Courchaine, a fund administration manager from Everett, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-01-14).
David Gard, a retail horticulturalist from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 2013 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 28 4-time champion: $84,700 + $1,000.
Abby Fisher, a professional volunteer from Belmont, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-03-21).
Susie Macksey, a stand-up comic from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 9 3-time champion: $27,100. Susie won $1,050 on Win Ben...
Mike Lease, a computer programmer from Chelmsford, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $14,801.
Tim Paine, a writer originally from Springfield, Massachusetts Season 9 player (1993-05-27).
Brian Donahue, a research scientist originally from Wellesley, Massachusetts Season 9 2-time champion: $12,398.
Tom Nichols, a professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1994 Tournament...
Catherine Radford, a property manager from Charlestown, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-05-24).
Elizabeth McCullough, a freelance researcher and administrative assistant from Lowell, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-05-28).
Andre Green, a data analyst from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 29 1-time champion: $25,200 + $1,000.
Eugene Chuang, a structural engineer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-06-18).
Judy Cole, a data analyst from Concord, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-06-21).
Sonrisa Cooper, a project assistant from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Season 29 1-time champion: $4,400 + $2,000.
Dan Weber, a legislative aide from Charlestown, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-07-02).
LeeAnn Plona, a 7th grade teacher from Woburn, Massachusetts Season 19 player (2003-07-04).
Toby Crew, a commercial pilot from Natick, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-07-12).
Berek Marcus, a video game quality assurance tester from Northborough, Massachusetts Season 29 1-time champion: $25,199 + $1,000. Berek died 2020-11-16. JBoard user name: beardedtoyman
Cal Mason, a lawyer from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 29 player (2013-07-19).
Clement Doucette, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Hudson, Massachusetts "This science lover wants to do something in the medical field....
Chris Byrne, an engineer originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 5 player (1988-12-30).
Amanda Graves, a writer from Whitinsville, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2013-10-09).
Emily Wood, an attorney from Waltham, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2013-10-23).
Eli Barrieau, a high school history teacher from Hardwick, Massachusetts "He found working in a window factory a 'pain'. Now it's...
Timothy Shuker-Haines, a high school history teacher from Williamstown, Massachusetts "He teaches at a small school where the students chop the...
John Kyle Grady, a substitute teacher originally from Hyde Park, Massachusetts Season 30 1-time champion: $28,801 + $2,000.
Tracy Carlson, a marketing consultant and author from Newton, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2013-11-29).
Rachel Hirsch, a high school history teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2013-12-12).
Kristina Lukach, a youth minister from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2013-12-23).
Alyson Murray, a server from Boston, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2013-12-31).
Andrew Nelson, an antiquarian bookseller from New Bedford, Massachusetts Season 30 1-time champion: $12,000 + $1,000.
David Hall, a musician from Melrose, Massachusetts Season 7 2-time co-champion: $14,800.
Mark Thompson, a realtor from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 7 player (1990-10-01).
Al Lewis, a marketing consultant from Westing, Massachusetts Season 3 player (1987-06-22).
Fritz Holznagel, a writer from Somerville, Massachusetts "He was a writer living in Oregon when he won the...
Matt Prasse, an attorney from Needham, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-03-25). Last name pronounced like "PRAHSS-ee".
Michelle Leppert, a senior managing editor from Danvers, Massachusetts Season 30 1-time champion: $24,700 + $2,000.
Jake Bryant, a programmer and analyst from Weymouth, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-04-18).
Kristin McAuliffe, a higher-education administrator from Brighton, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-04-17).
Len Krisak, an editor from Newton, Massachusetts 1995 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 12 4-time champion: $43,399.
Brian Clouse, a design engineer from Saugus, Massachusetts Season 12 player (1996-06-27). Brian won $32,000 on Who Wants to...
Kate Hoffman, a corporate librarian from East Boston, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-05-20).
Jeanne Kaiser, a law professor from Springfield, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-05-27).
Ethan Rasiel, a consultant originally from Marblehead, Massachusetts Season 9 player (1992-11-23)
Brian Loughnane, an investment operations manager from Scituate, Massachusetts Season 30 1-time champion: $22,600 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Stacy Layton, a business strategist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-06-05).
Desirée Zicko, a marketing manager from Reading, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-06-18). Last name pronounced like "ZEE-ko".
Howard Ray, a laser applications engineer from East Longmeadow, Massachusetts Season 30 1-time champion: $30,200 + $2,000.
Beverly Garcia, a lawyer from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-07-03).
Sara Tess Neumann, a museum educator from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 30 player (2014-07-09).
Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts 1988 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up: $13,000. Season 4 5-time champion: $53,507.
Miriam Kadansky, a research manager from Westford, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2003-12-15).
Brenna McGowan, a financial services consultant from Holliston, Massachusetts Season 20 player (2003-12-31).
Laura Dziorny, a lawyer and school district administrator from Charlestown, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2014-09-25).
Michele Liguori, an applications engineer and technical trainer from Maynard, Massachusetts Season 20 1-time champion: $20,001 + $2,000.
Venkat Krishnan, an I.T. manager from Sharon, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2014-10-09).
Dan Tran, a Ph.D. student in physics originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 31 1-time co-champion: $5,600 + $2,000.
John Campbell, a romance novelist from Weymouth, Massachusetts Season 31 2-time champion: $35,400 + $2,000. John (middle initial P.)...
Dori Phillips, an IRS agent from Salem, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2014-10-21).
Conor Sullivan, a Jesuit volunteer and gym teacher from Hingham, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2014-11-03).
Caitlin Malcuit, a writer and editor from North Reading, Massachusetts Season 31 1-time champion: $12,200 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like "MAL-kweet". Twitter handle: @badlycooked
Grace Acton, from Harvard, Massachusetts "This competitive gymnast is hoping to score a perfect 10 for...
Peter McGillicuddy, a human resources director from Holliston, Massachusetts Season 31 2-time champion: $18,799 + $1,000.
Anne Hand, a nonprofit program manager originally from Acton, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2014-12-17).
Avishai Gebler, a rabbinical student originally from Sharon, Massachusetts Season 31 1-time champion: $25,200 + $2,000.
Abbie Micucci, a stay-at-home mom from Westborough, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-01-13). Last name pronounced like "mee-KOO-chee".
Brian Quinn, a management consultant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-01-27).
MaryLou McKenna, a high school math teacher from Harwich, Massachusetts 2015 Teachers Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. Marylou taught algebra at Barnstable High...
Brad Hoff, a senior from Pembroke, Massachusetts 2004 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500
Gerry Sullivan, a teacher from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Season 6 player (1989-10-03).
Britt Harter, an enviromental sustainability consultant from Dorchester, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-02-23).
Craig Chambers, a manager from Holliston, Massachusetts Season 6 player (1989-10-19).
Carol Roggiero, a teacher from Lynn Massachusetts Season 6 player (1989-10-20): Lloyd Flanders All-Weather wicker patio furniture +...
Jen Jabaily Blackburn, an academic assistant from Northampton, Massachusetts Season 31 1-time champion: $19,700 + $2,000.
Irene Brockman, a graduate student in chemical engineering from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-03-17).
Gautam Mukunda, a professor from Boston, Massachusetts Season 31 1-time champion: $24,401 + $1,000. First name pronounced like "GO-thum".
Laura Weiner, a customer service representaive from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-03-26).
Evan Bick, a graduate student in psychology from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-04-07).
Amy Winograd Friedman, a business librarian originally from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 5 1-time champion: $7,201
Erin Steinhart, a clinical research coordinator originally from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-04-16).
Michael Brady, a user experience designer from Norwood, Massachusetts Season 31 2-time champion: $33,602 + $2,000.
Eric Fleury, a professor of political science from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-04-24).
Praggya Rustagi Barretto, a project coordinator from Boston, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-05-04).
Mike Duval, a television production coordinator from Norwood, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-05-06). Mike won $100,000 on Who Wants to...
Cindy de la Peña, a religious education coordinator from Southborough, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-05-18).
Gordon Marx, a software architect from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-05-22).
Ivan Tan, a graduate student originally from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 31 player (2015-05-28).
John Collier, a graduate student originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 6 1-time champion: $11,600.
Brennan Bushee, an operations analyst from Malden, Massachusetts 2015 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 5-time champion: $126,404 + $2,000.
George Kane, an editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 7 player (1991-06-28).
Matt Pressman, a graduate student in history from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 31 3-time champion: $46,700 + $2,000.
Hugh McElaney, a U.S. Air Force contract negotiator from Upton, Massachusetts Season 5 1-time champion: $9,401.
Bobby O'Neill, a senior fraud investigator from Andover, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2015-09-17).
Robert Arrowood, a former realtor from Provincetown, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $25,500 + $2,000.
Christine Qualey, a retired teacher from Abington, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2015-11-02).
Mike Barrett, a cashier and writer from Medford, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $20,801 + $2,000. JBoard user name: jeopardymike
Brennan Bushee, a software developer from Malden, Massachusetts 2015 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 5-time champion: $126,404 + $2,000.
Bob Mahoney, a public affairs officer originally from Melrose, Massachusetts Season 6 player[?] (1990-04-13).
Tony Barreto, a deputy district attorney originally from New Bedford, Massachusetts Season 3 player (1986-09-11): Ricci's Art Deco Collection heavy silver-plated flatware...
Katie Price, a paraprofessional from Peabody, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $13,000 + $1,000.
Markus Kolic, a database developer and stay-at-home dad from Dighton, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $15,300 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "KOH-litch".
Patricia Franco, a library assistant from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $16,401 + $2,000.
Dave Gramling, a teacher and department chairman from Chelmsford, Massachusetts Season 4 1-time champion: $7,800.
Pat Gavin, a sophomore from Kingston, Massachusetts 1992 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000.
Marianne Durgavich, a nurse from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 4 player (1988-04-05): a video camcorder + Jeopardy! box game.
Russell Allen, a public health program manager originally from Yarmouth, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-01-21).
Shana Macks, an educator from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-02-18).
Jill Panall, an H.R. consultant from Newburyport, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $26,400 + $2,000.
Annie Moriondo, a bookseller from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $22,300 + $2,000.
Fariha Ali, an attorney from Wellesley, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-03-31).
Kerstin Nordstrom, a physics professor from Northampton, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-04-04).
Hallie Greenburg, a registered nurse originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 4 player (1987-11-05).
Phil Bergen, a librarian from Needham, Massachusetts Season 5 1-time champion: $8,250.
S.E. Cupp, a political commentator from CNN, New York Daily News, and Glamour "She writes for the New York Daily News, is a contributor...
Rick Doyon, a higher education administrator from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-06-10).
Laurie MacDougall, a cancer registrar originally from Medford, Massachusetts Season 32 3-time champion: $78,000 + $2,000.
Matt Hoffer-Hawlik, an investment banker and strategy consultant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 32 1-time champion: $29,601 + $2,000.
Myra Backner, an office worker from Stoughton, Massachusetts Season 3 player (1987-06-25).
Amy Ware, a registered nurse from South Deerfield, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-07-12).
Keith Ulrich, a pilot and computer programmer originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 10 player (1993-09-30).
Siobhan Quinlan, an Italian instructor and study abroad director from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 32 player (2016-07-15). First name pronounced like "shuh-BAHN".
Amy Ramsay, a program director from Medford, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2016-09-15).
Christina Boyadjian, a writer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2016-11-23).
Michael Malyszko, a commercial photographer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2016-11-30).
Hallie Boston, a content manager from Dorchester, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2016-12-27).
Joe Bartolomeo, a professor and associate dean from Florence, Massachusetts Season 33 2-time champion: $36,500 + $2,000.
Loren Lee Chen, a basketball podcaster from West Newton, Massachusetts Season 33 2-time champion: $36,038 + $1,000.
Amanda Harvey, an arts administrator from Newton, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2017-02-01).
Sam Oglesby, a software support rep from Wilmington, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2017-02-27).
Steve Shimberg, an insurance agent from Melrose, Massachusetts Season 12 player (1996-04-18).
Dan Woloshen, a lawyer originally from Peabody, Massachusetts Season 8 player (1992-02-13).
Frank Sitarski, a manager from Plainville, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-11-04).
Tim Malec, an assistant district attorney from Newton, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-11-01).
Carl Kruglak, an actuary from Needham, Massachusetts Season 13 1-time champion: $13,801.
Stephanie Garrone-Shufran, a teacher educator from Woburn, Massachusetts Season 33 1-time champion: $17,400 + $1,000.
Tricia Riley, a nurse practitioner from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2017-03-29).
Elaine Golden, a law student from Newtonville, Massachusetts Season 5 player (1989-03-01).
Atissa Banuazizi, a writer and communication instructor from Allston, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2017-04-11).
Dan Atherton, a fundraising data analyst from Quincy, Massachusetts Season 33 player (2017-04-25).
Judy Flanagan, an attorney from Lynn, Massachusetts Season 5 player (1989-04-03).
Sue Kuelzer, a restaurant owner from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 8 player (1991-09-30).
Lisa Evans, an office manager from Easthampton, Massachusetts Season 33 2-time champion: $62,402 + $2,000.
Theon Banos Cross, a writer and educator originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 3 player (1987-06-17).
Gary Tarpinian, a writer and artist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 4 player (1987-12-23).
Chris Walkey, a jeweler originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 3 2-time champion: $14,801.
Emily Dumas, a project manager from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2017-09-28).
Alex Jumper, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2017-11-20).
Ben Raphel, a healthcare data analyst from Boston, Massachusetts Season 34 1-time champion: $25,201 + $1,000. JBoard user name: braphel1
Justin Bourassa, a high school English teacher and coach from Medford, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2017-12-20).
Gerard Simonette, a retired mental health professional from Northampton, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-01-22).
Ashley Chapman, a history teacher from West Roxbury, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-04-03).
Arielle Lipshaw, a business analyst from Arlington, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-04-05). Arielle won $26,666 on The Chase on...
Alli Ross, a sophomore at Worcester Polytechnic Institute from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 2018 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000.
Kate Jovin, a social worker from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 34 1-time champion: $28,799 + $1,000.
Tom Campo, a project manager from West Roxbury, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-05-24).
Virginia Cummings, a geriatrician from Randolph, Massachusetts Season 34 2-time champion: $51,200 + $2,000.
Skyler Kelemen, a healthcare data analyst from Watertown, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-05-31).
Michelle Rosen, a Ph.D. candidate from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 34 1-time champion: $18,401 + $2,000.
David Kleinman, a student from Sharon, Massachusetts Season 34 1-time champion: $31,600 + $2,000.
Diana Hsu, a legal records assistant from Malden, Massachusetts Season 34 2-time champion: $44,601 + $2,000.
Lindsay Garces, an insurance underwriter from East Boston, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-06-20).
Wes Hazard, a standup comic and storyteller from Stoughton, Massachusetts Season 34 3-time champion: $51,196 + $2,000. Wes appeared on The Chase on 2021-01-21.
Hollie Schmidt, a medical researcher from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 34 player (2018-07-23).
Michael Aronson, a graduate student from Needham, Massachusetts Season 3 player (1987-05-08).
Amanda Levreault, a production manager from Chicopee, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2018-09-20).
Doug Dodson, a classical singer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 35 3-time champion: $52,799 + $2,000.
Maggie Beazer, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2018-10-03).
Prairie Rose Clayton, a taxonomist from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2018-10-16).
Gerald Dudley, a pub quiz host and writer from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2018-11-05).
Abby Roughton, a lawyer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2018-11-21).
Carrie Blazina, a multiplatform copy editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2018-12-20).
Kevin Patterson, a management consultant from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 35 1-time champion: $20,001 + $1,000.
Dave Kaplan, a retired mixed martial artist from Westford, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-01-10).
Suzy Langevin, a social worker from Framingham, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-01-14).
Jill Regan, an auditor from Dedham, Massachusetts Season 35 2-time champion: $51,602 + $1,000.
Morgan Burns, an accountant from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-02-04).
Brian Heavey, an assistant IT manager from Middleborough, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-03-18).
Karen Locascio, an enrollment specialist from Dorchester, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-03-20).
Anika Gregg, an operations manager from Belmont, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-04-02).
Mike Dindoffer, a writer and teacher from Greenfield, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-04-12).
Adam Levin, a sports information director from Ashland, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-04-29).
Alexandra Bicks, a high school ESL teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2019 Teachers Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. At the time of the Teachers...
Brendan Roach, a policy researcher and advisor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 35 2-time champion: $58,700 + $2,000.
Terri Evans, a writer and editor from Natick, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-06-11).
Josh Levit, a union organizer from Brighton, Massachusetts Season 35 1-time champion: $8,199 + $2,000.
Kirsten Rose, a librarian from Williamstown, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-07-11).
Shari Meyer, a high school English teacher from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 35 player (2019-07-25).
Carolyn Oliver, a poet and writer from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-09-11).
Jacky McGoldrick, a university administrator from Maynard, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-09-23).
Raghuvansh Ramaswamy, a quality engineer from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-10-03).
Anthony Giordano, a plumber from Walpole, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-10-29).
Dave Blum, a biomedical engineer from Boston, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-11-20).
Ellen Keane, a librarian from Stoneham, Massachusetts Season 36 1-time champion: $11,200 + $1,000.
Joanna LeRoy, an attorney from Boston, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-12-02).
Matt Anderson, a musician from Malden, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2019-12-27). Not to be confused with Season 19...
Paige Hermansen, an English professor from Amherst, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2020-02-05).
Vinny Byju, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 36 1-time champion: $3,399 + $1,000.
Susan Hill, a pet sitter from Halifax, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2020-02-28).
Margaret Beaton, a health policy analyst from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2020-03-04).
Mary Ellis, a senior information center consultant from Randolph, Massachusetts Season 3 player (1987-07-06).
Dewi Harjanto, a computational biologist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2020-03-12). First name pronounced like "DAY-wee".
Adam Smith, a law student from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 36 1-time champion: $21,200 + $1,000.
J.R. Mannetta, a dean of students from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2020-03-31).
Tim Latham, an accountant from Boston, Massachusetts Season 36 1-time champion: $21,200 + $2,000.
Ashleigh McCord, a marine resource management specialist from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 36 player (2020-05-01).
Steve Kamin, a physician originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 8 player (1991-10-15).
Kyle Bostian, a senior from University of Massachusetts 1989 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000.
Katie Labarge, a high school science teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts 2020 Teachers Tournament semifinalist: $10,000.
Ken Wells, a medical student originally from Woburn, Massachusetts Season 7 players (1991-04-05).
John LeDonne, a book buyer from Arlington, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1991 Tournament...
Andrea Asuaje, a podcast producer from Allston, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-11-29).
Michael Colton, a screenwriter originally from Newton, Massachusetts Season 37 2-time champion: $17,603 + $2,000.
Tim Everhart, an attorney originally from Brockton, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-03-03).
Brendan Sargent, a community organizer originally from Worcester, Massachusetts Season 37 1-time champion: $7,600 + $2,000.
Amal Dorai, a product manager originally from Lexington, Massachusetts Season 37 2-time champion: $43,200 + $2,000.
Dennis Chase, a biotech project manager originally from Hyannis, Massachusetts Season 37 2-time champion: $48,400 + $2,000.
Patrick Hume, a project manager originally from Stoneham, Massachusetts Season 37 3-time champion: $60,500 + $2,000.
Kelly Donohue, a bank examiner from Winthrop, Massachusetts Season 37 3-time champion: $79,601 + $1,000.
Andi Brown, a director of development from Marshfield, Massachusetts Season 4 player (1988-03-09): Avita professional rowing machine w/electronic display.
Steve Bright, an attorney from Norwell, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-05-06).
Eliza Cope, an elementary school science teacher originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-05-31).
Ankit Gupta, a product manager from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 37 1-time champion: $13,600 + $1,000.
Spencer Pace, a store operations associate originally from Boston, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-06-28).
Tom Welch, an accountant originally from Bedford, Massachusetts Season 12 2-time champion: $27,412.
Angela Gelineau, a project manager consultant from Franklin, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-07-14).
Sara Hathaway, a regional planner from Nantucket, Massachusetts Season 12 player (1995-10-19).
Meg O'Hare, a product manager from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-07-19).
Barb Fecteau, a high school librarian from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-07-27).
James Weldon, an emerging markets investor from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 37 player (2021-08-05). After being defeated by Matt Amodio, James...
Michael Bastedo, a policy analyst from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 13 player (1996-09-12).
Elizabeth Hunter, a community theatre artistic director from Somerville, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-09-14).
Melissa John-Guisti, a corporate attorney from Salisbury, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-09-21).
Thomas Dai, a Ph.D. student from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-10-01).
Maddie Williams, a Ph.D. candidate originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-10-07).
Aline Dolinh, a MFA candidate from Allston, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-10-14).
David Bond, a classical guitarist originally from Subury, Massachusetts Season 11 2-time champion: $26,000.
Mike Norris, a researcher and writer from Beverly, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-11-01).
Brennan Harkin, a business analyst from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-11-12).
Jaimie Carlson, a robotics scientist from Boston, Massachusetts Season 38 player (2021-12-01).
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