Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (872 results returned)

#8882, aired 2023-05-30"M.C." $200: The 881-E Scantron form & the California DMV written test are in this format multiple choice
#17, aired 2023-05-23YOU CAN'T GO THERE $400: This military installation in southern Nevada was originally selected in 1955 to test the U-2 spy plane, not UFOs Area 51
#8, aired 2023-05-12AUTHORS' PRETTY DECENT REVIEWS $1000: Can you pass the test? Entertainment Weekly called her comic "Fun Home" witty & mordant (morbid might be more fitting) Bechdel
#8864, aired 2023-05-04U.S. FACTS & FIGURES $400: 1.5 million high school students took this test in 2021, with an average score of 1060 the SAT
#8853, aired 2023-04-19A BOX OF MATCHES $400: The first cricket international test match was played between the national teams of England & this faraway nation in 1877 Australia
#8850, aired 2023-04-14ANAGRAMMED SCIENTISTS $2000: Take the test & crack the code: ANNUAL GRIT Alan Turing
#8837, aired 2023-03-28A BABY $1,000 (Daily Double): The Apgar score is a 5-part test of appearance, pulse, grimace, activity & this function respiration
#8826, aired 2023-03-13THE BIG BANG THEORY $800: Code-named Castle Bravo, the largest U.S. nuclear bomb test ever was conducted in 1954 on this atoll in the Marshall Islands the Bikini Atoll
#8825, aired 2023-03-10GETTING SCHOOLED $1600: An intelligence test commonly used to evaluate children is called Stanford-this last name Binet
#8818, aired 2023-03-01ONOMATOPOEIA $400: It's a test signal sent from a computer to check network speed a ping
#8809, aired 2023-02-16THE FORCE WILL BE WITH YOU $400: In a 1954 test, physician John Stapp dealt with 46.2 of these forces; for an instant, his 170-lb. body weighed 7,700 G's
#8791, aired 2023-01-23CHESS PAINS $600: In 2008 Ukrainian star Vassily Ivanchuk stormed out of a Chess Olympiad rather than submit to one of these tests a drug test
#9, aired 2023-01-05ARRESTED DEVELOPMENTS $400: Charlie & Emilio's dad, this actor/activist has been arrested 60+ times, including at a nuclear test site Martin Sheen
#8777, aired 2023-01-03SCIENCE NEWS $400: It was the "A" in NASA's DART, which hit the bullseye on one in 2022--maybe saving us from planetary doom one day asteroid
#8774, aired 2022-12-29STATE OF THE HEART $2000: Hello... hello... this test is done with a non-invasive handheld device that uses sound waves to help view the heart's motion an echocardiogram
#8773, aired 2022-12-28ALL DRESSED IN WHITE $200: In test match play, the 11 members of a team on the pitch in this sport wear white uniforms cricket
#8759, aired 2022-12-081990s VOCAB TEST $400: That's really great! It's "all that and" this snack offering a bag of chips
#8759, aired 2022-12-081990s VOCAB TEST $1200: In 1992 Vanity Fair asked if Kurt & Courtney were the John & Yoko of this grunge
#8759, aired 2022-12-081990s VOCAB TEST $1600: A gesture often accompanied this 4-word anatomical phrase meaning "I'm not listening to you" talk to the hand
#8759, aired 2022-12-081990s VOCAB TEST $2,000 (Daily Double): You can spell this word for a type of business with 6 letters or a period & 3 letters dotcom
#8759, aired 2022-12-081990s VOCAB TEST $2000: The '90s saw an uptick in talk about this, the process of businesses & other entities starting to operate on a worldwide scale globalization
#8741, aired 2022-11-14YOUR U.S. HISTORY TEST $400: An early experiment in representative government, the House of Burgesses met for the first time in 1619 in this settlement Jamestown
#8741, aired 2022-11-14YOUR U.S. HISTORY TEST $800: The assassination of James Garfield made this man the 21st president Arthur
#8741, aired 2022-11-14YOUR U.S. HISTORY TEST $1200: The Compromise of 1850 admitted this Western state to the Union, with slavery banned there California
#8741, aired 2022-11-14YOUR U.S. HISTORY TEST $1600: MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech called for freedom to ring from Stone Mountain in Georgia & this mountain in Tennessee Lookout Mountain
#8741, aired 2022-11-14YOUR U.S. HISTORY TEST $2000: An eyewitness account of the Boston Massacre said this man hit several soldiers with a club before he was shot Crispus Attucks
#8729, aired 2022-10-27LEARNED LEAGUES $1200: Taking this "Preliminary" test is one step on the road to becoming a National Merit scholar the PSAT
#8729, aired 2022-10-273 CONSONANTS IN A ROW $1600: The test seen here actually has 4 straight consonants but we're pretty sure you're human CAPTCHA
#4, aired 2022-10-16JOHNNY GILBERT SPEAKS THE MOVIE LINE $300: "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans & a nice Chianti" The Silence of the Lambs
#4, aired 2022-10-16BRAIN SURGEON'S TERMINOLOGY $2,000 (Daily Double): This adjective is the "M" in an MRI diagnostic test, so do take your keys & your lucky coin out of your pockets magnetic
#3, aired 2022-10-09THE AFTER PARTY $200: You are... not the father! Or maybe you are! Time to take this "test" that determines biological dad-ness paternity
#8698, aired 2022-09-14THE LAW $1600: All states have implied consent laws, so applying for a driver's license means agreeing to let police test this your blood alcohol level
#8696, aired 2022-09-12WORLD CAPITAL RHYME TIME $200: A Hungarian exam a Budapest test
#8696, aired 2022-09-12RALPH MACCHIO TALKS COBRA KAI $800: (Ralph Macchio presents the clue.) Johnny & I may not agree on a lot of things, but we did have a nice moment when we heard & sang "Take It On The Run" as we test-drove a car--as I said, "What kind of man doesn't like this '80s band?" REO Speedwagon
#8694, aired 2022-07-28WEST VIRGINIA & REGULAR VIRGINIA $1000: Charleston's Intl. Airport is named for this test pilot, a West Virginian who sounded off & made history in 1947 (Chuck) Yeager
#8660, aired 2022-06-10NOTES FOR A BIOGRAPHY $2000: Jefferson Davis: as U.S. Secretary of War in 1853, he approved the import of these from Egypt to test in the Southwest camels
#8649, aired 2022-05-26AVIATORS $600: AP's Athlete of the Decade for the 1960s, this golfer was an accomplished pilot; in 1969, he helped test fly the Boeing 747 (Arnold) Palmer
#8617, aired 2022-04-12MEDICINE $400: The A1C test measures average blood sugar over the past 3 months; at 5.7% you're pre-this, at 6.5 you're this diabetic
#8607, aired 2022-03-29TO 5 DECIBEL PLACES $2000: In 1917 the army established this Maryland proving ground to test munitions Aberdeen
#8601, aired 2022-03-21FILMS OF THE 1990s $400: For this 1994 film, Sandra Bullock actually learned to drive a bus & passed the licensing test Speed
#8601, aired 2022-03-21THE ANCIENTS SPEAK $1600: While in the bath, he reportedly exclaimed "Eureka!" after coming up with a method to test the purity of gold Archimedes
#16, aired 2022-02-18A DAY AT THE SORBONNE $400: For the geography test, the teacher made sure these, including une carte de France, were rolled up a map
#5, aired 2022-02-10HISTORIC PAIRS $2000: ASTP was short for these two spacecraft "Test Project"; the U.S.-Soviet docking recreated at the Air and Space Museum took place in 1975 Apollo & Soyuz
#8566, aired 2022-01-31STATE CAPITAL HISTORY $200: A famous speedway was built to test cars for this city's many early 20th c. automakers, like the National Motor Vehicle Company Indianapolis
#8563, aired 2022-01-2610 OF A KIND $800: Introduced in 1921, this psychological test uses 10 standard inkblots Rorschach test
#8555, aired 2022-01-14CHARACTER TEST $400: Bernadine, Gloria, Robin & Savannah are "Waiting to" do this, the title of a Terry McMillan novel exhale
#8555, aired 2022-01-14CHARACTER TEST $800: He's Ahab's No. 2; that & $4.65 will get you a grande mocha Starbuck
#8555, aired 2022-01-14CHARACTER TEST $1200: Rodion Romanovich are the first & middle names of this abundantly alliterative Dostoyevsky character Raskolnikov
#8555, aired 2022-01-14CHARACTER TEST $1600: This "A Tale of Two Cities" hero goes to his death in place of his lookalike Charles Darnay Sydney Carton
#8555, aired 2022-01-14CHARACTER TEST $2000: The title of this Salman Rushdie novel refers to Saleem Sinai & other babies born at the stroke of 12 on August 15, 1947 Midnight's Children
#8553, aired 2022-01-12IRON MAN $600: In 2018 bowler Alastair Cook broke a record by playing in his 154th straight test match in this sport cricket
#8551, aired 2022-01-10NEW CHESS STRATAGEMS? $200: Not the Sicilian Defense but this legal one that may include the irresistible impulse test an insanity defense
#8545, aired 2021-12-31THE 21st CENTURY $400: Prompting swift condemnation, this Asian nation conducted its first nuclear test in 2006 North Korea
#8539, aired 2021-12-23FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $200: If the president & veep can no longer serve, this person becomes president the Speaker of the House
#8539, aired 2021-12-23FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $400: At 81, he was the oldest delegate to the Constitutional Convention Franklin
#8539, aired 2021-12-23FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $600: This 3-word separation of power keeps each branch of government from gaining too much over the others checks and balances
#8539, aired 2021-12-23FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $800: Since 1789, there have been this many amendments to the Constitution 27
#8539, aired 2021-12-23FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $1000: These "Northern" islands in the Pacific are a U.S. territory the Northern Mariana Islands
#8535, aired 2021-12-17MATH, PROFESSORS $600: Let's test your calculating skills: it's 12 times 12 divided by 4 36
#8509, aired 2021-11-11FRANCE VS. AMERICA $400: In the 1976 "Judgment of Paris", wines from this state shockingly outperformed French vintages in a blind taste test California
#8491, aired 2021-10-18BIRD BRAINS $600: Grackles have used pebbles to raise water levels & access floating food, passing a test named for one of this man's fables Aesop
#8485, aired 2021-10-08OCTOBER $400: Test your "metal" in the world championship of this mega-endurance event held in October in Hawaii Ironman Triathlon
#8473, aired 2021-09-22__R__M $400: Study all night for a test the next morning cram
#8461, aired 2021-08-09GRAB BAG $800: Helen Free helped develop the dip-&-read test, which detects glucose, making at-home monitoring of this disease easier diabetes
#8457, aired 2021-08-03TALK SHOWS $400: As "Tonight Show" host, Jay Leno used to test this opening segment at the Comedy & Magic Club in Hermosa Beach a monologue
#8448, aired 2021-07-21MED SCHOOL $400: 510 or above (out of a possible 528) is a good score to aim for when you take this 4-letter medical school admissions test the MCAT
#8435, aired 2021-07-02PHRASES YOU LIKELY DIDN'T DO FOR REAL $600: Studying for that test until dawn, you "burned" this timely 2-word phrase but probably not for real, as it's not 1855 the (mid)night oil
#8414, aired 2021-06-03LICENSE TO WHATEVER $200: Citizens in most German states need to pass a written test to get a license to enjoy this rod & reel pastime fishing
#8410, aired 2021-05-28IMBIBER'S LEXICON $400: 16th c. Brits would soak a gunpowder pellet in liquor, then try to light it; that test led to this 5-letter term for alcohol content proof
#8404, aired 2021-05-20IN OTHER RECENT NEWS... $1200: In fall 2020 the 1st blood test became available for this top-10 U.S. cause of death; diagnosis by symptoms is tricky & brain scans costly Alzheimer's disease
#8404, aired 2021-05-20THAT'S MY AIRPORT $7,000 (Daily Double): This Dallas airport is named for a lieutenant killed in a plane crash while practicing for a military aviator test Love Field
#8391, aired 2021-05-03ALLITERATIVE AUTHORS $800: Tom Wolfe wrote of the adventures of this author & the Merry Pranksters in "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" Ken Kesey
#8386, aired 2021-04-26HARD SCIENCE $400: The Vickers test measures the hardness of a metal by indenting it with one of these super-hard gems a diamond
#8386, aired 2021-04-26HARD SCIENCE $1600: The Knoop test uses low indentation pressure to measure the hardness of glass & these materials, from Greek for "pottery" ceramics
#8382, aired 2021-04-20POTPOUR"E" $400: A zero-zero test of this airplane seat is done on the ground an ejector seat
#8380, aired 2021-04-16LATIN PHRASEBOOK $1200: In vitro refers to scientific work done in test tubes: this similar Latin phrase is applied when living creatures are used in vivo
#8361, aired 2021-03-22FROM A TO Y $2000: To put to the test, like the composition of a metal to assay
#8357, aired 2021-03-16IT'S THEIR SONG $1200: In this superhero's "Song", Crash Test Dummies sang, "He stayed in the city, kept on changing clothes in dirty old phone booths" Superman
#8337, aired 2021-02-16BABY $1000: As a newborn, baby "score"d high on this assessment test given 1 minute & 5 minutes after birth Apgar
#8321, aired 2021-01-254-LETTER BEFORE & AFTER $2000: A standardized test for those wishing to do advanced study on the work of Michael Stipe & Peter Buck GREM
#8317, aired 2021-01-19TESTING, TESTING $800: For a graphology test, you'll need to submit a sample of this handwriting
#8317, aired 2021-01-19TESTING, TESTING $1200: Cardiac rhythm, blood pressure & breathing are all monitored while you exercise on a treadmill in this type of test a stress test
#8317, aired 2021-01-19TESTING, TESTING $1600: This Greek letter "test" is often the last stage of testing for a computer product beta
#8204, aired 2020-04-16POETRY FOR PHYSICISTS $800: An atomic bomb test in 1945 made Oppenheimer think of a line from the "Bhagavadgita", a sacred poem in this religion Hinduism
#8199, aired 2020-04-09CHEMISTRY $1600: In a flame test, this element--atomic number 11--burns yellow; it's also often the basis of the yellow color in fireworks sodium
#8196, aired 2020-04-06WHAT DO YOU STAND FOR? $2,000 (Daily Double): The last name of this British mathematician is the "T" in CAPTCHA, a computer security test (Alan) Turing
#8194, aired 2020-04-02QUESTIONS & ANSWERS $800: This device used by police & in job screening was co-invented by Leonarde Keeler, a model for Dick Tracy a lie detector (polygraph test)
#8181, aired 2020-03-16NORTH KOREAN GEOGRAPHY $1200: Your map showing Mount Mantap may be out of date; in 2018 this manmade event shifted or perhaps even collapsed it a nuclear test
#8179, aired 2020-03-12BEFORE & AFTER $1200: Current slang term for a scornful glance at the optometrist's test for visual acuity a side eye exam
#8167, aired 2020-02-25APTLY NAMED $1600: Guinness formerly listed Marilyn vos Savant as the person with the highest score on a test of this IQ (intelligence)
#8165, aired 2020-02-21FAMILIAR PHRASES $1,000 (Daily Double): "Passing" this "test" originated with using it to dissolve substances to see if they were really gold or not the acid test
#8155, aired 2020-02-07SLANG TERMS $1200: To garner extremely high marks in a school examination is more slangily to do this 3-letter word to "that test" ace
#8136, aired 2020-01-13BEAUTY BRANDS $800: CoverGirl cosmetics is Leaping Bunny certified, meaning the company doesn't do this test on animals
#8134, aired 2020-01-09MAGAZINE COLLECTION $1000: Founded in 1885, this magazine established an institute to test consumer goods, which might get its seal of approval Good Housekeeping
#4, aired 2020-01-08I JUST TOOK A DNA TEST $400: DNA tests can tell you if you are this 7-letter holder of recessive genes for a genetic disease a carrier
#4, aired 2020-01-08I JUST TOOK A DNA TEST $800: (Glenn Close delivers the clue.) I'm a co-founder of Bring Change to Mind, an organization working to end stigma & normalize conversations around mental health; we are changing attitudes & behavior through science- & evidence-based high school club programs which are expanding across the country. Because I love science, I had this, my full set of chromosomes, sequenced to better understand my family's history of mental illness a genome
#4, aired 2020-01-08I JUST TOOK A DNA TEST $1200: For info on great-great-grandma, genetic data passed on from your mother can be used in the mtDNA test, named for this organelle mitochondria
#4, aired 2020-01-08I JUST TOOK A DNA TEST $2000: DNA is composed of nucleotides, which contain 4 nitrogenous bases represented by these 4 letters A, C, G & T
#4, aired 2020-01-08I JUST TOOK A DNA TEST $3,800 (Daily Double): You can learn your ethnicity using DNA in your autosomes, non-sex chromosomes; most people have this many sets of autosomes 22
#3, aired 2020-01-08TAKE AN "IQ" TEST $400: Morally objectionable behavior, sometimes in a den of it iniquity
#3, aired 2020-01-08TAKE AN "IQ" TEST $800: To convert an asset into cash liquidate
#3, aired 2020-01-08TAKE AN "IQ" TEST $1200: "Invasion of the Boy Snatchers" is a book in a young adult series named for this type of social group a clique
#3, aired 2020-01-08TAKE AN "IQ" TEST $1600: One-word term for an expert on old things an antiquarian
#3, aired 2020-01-08TAKE AN "IQ" TEST $2000: Edward Kingsford first used scrap lumber from carmaking to produce these charcoal briquettes
#8121, aired 2019-12-23FIGURES OF SPEECHES $1600: JFK's 1963 speech on the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty says this many years ago "the advent of nuclear weapons changed" the world 18
#8115, aired 2019-12-13WORD WAR Z $800: Car and Driver test drove one of these rink machines & said it had "the vague steering" of a '70s Cadillac a Zamboni
#8106, aired 2019-12-025 CLICKS $200: In McMurray's diagnostic test, feeling a click in the wrong place can indicate a meniscal tear in this joint the knee
#8103, aired 2019-11-27PHARMACY KNOWLEDGE $800: An ill-fitting cuff may make this free test at the drugstore less accurate, so the store will sell you a home monitor blood pressure
#8097, aired 2019-11-19"VO"CABULARY TEST $200: Current multiplied by resistance voltage
#8097, aired 2019-11-19"VO"CABULARY TEST $400: It's your calling, truly vocation
#8097, aired 2019-11-19"VO"CABULARY TEST $600: A period of popularity, like the 24 weeks the Madonna song spent on the charts in 1990 vogue
#8097, aired 2019-11-19"VO"CABULARY TEST $800: 2-word parliamentary procedure in which the outcome is determined by relative volume a voice vote
#8097, aired 2019-11-19"VO"CABULARY TEST $1000: A whirlwind or a whirlpool in the form of a spiral a vortex
#8093, aired 2019-11-13MED. ABBREV. $600: Doc gets out the little rubber hammer to test your DTR, or "deep" this "reflex" tendon
#8093, aired 2019-11-13FAMOUS AMERICANS $2000: This author known for her gender-disparity test wrote the graphic novel memoir "Fun Home" (Alison) Bechdel
#8069, aired 2019-10-10TECH TALK $400: In engineering the Rockwell test, measuring this, involves pressing a steel ball or diamond point into a surface hardness
#8063, aired 2019-10-02THE WORKING DEAD $200: What he called "waist overalls" have stood the test of time (as blue jeans) since he came up with them in the 1870s Levi Strauss
#8047, aired 2019-09-1036 TIMES THE FUN $800: A 36 is a perfect score on this college admissions test the ACT
#8045, aired 2019-07-262 VERBS IN ONE $600: To get behind the wheel of a Chrysler you're thinking of buying & take it for a spin test-drive
#8028, aired 2019-07-03DONE IN BY THEIR OWN CREATIONS $3,000 (Daily Double): Horace Hunley pioneered this transport & during a test run of one during the Civil War perished along with his crew a submarine
#8026, aired 2019-07-01"V" IN SCIENCE $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew holds two containers.) While it might appear that there's more fluid in the test tube than in the beaker, they actually have the exact same this--the amount of space they occupy volume
#8025, aired 2019-06-28TAKING THE DRIVING TEST $200: This state agency, the DMV for short, administers the test the Department of Motor Vehicles
#8025, aired 2019-06-28TAKING THE DRIVING TEST $400: This alliterative method to get your car alongside the curb just might be on the test parallel parking
#8025, aired 2019-06-28TAKING THE DRIVING TEST $600: To take the test in most states, you'll need this proof of financial responsibility in case anything goes wrong insurance
#8025, aired 2019-06-28TAKING THE DRIVING TEST $800: Mirrors aren't enough--look over your shoulder to check these areas before changing lanes blind spots
#8025, aired 2019-06-28TAKING THE DRIVING TEST $1000: Failing to give this 3-word clearance to pedestrians can be an automatic failure right of way
#8010, aired 2019-06-07IF THEY MARRIED... $800: Broadcaster Jane takes a Sunday morning off to marry the brother of tennis star Steffi & undergoes a test with this name Jane Pauley Graf
#7998, aired 2019-05-22TEST YOUR MUSCLE MEMORY $400: You guessed it, the nasalis muscles are found on each side of this feature & used in some facial expressions the nose
#7998, aired 2019-05-22TEST YOUR MUSCLE MEMORY $800: This large muscle in the thigh gets its name from the Latin for "four" a quadricep
#7998, aired 2019-05-22TEST YOUR MUSCLE MEMORY $1200: All muscles undergo these; the ones of the uterine muscles at the onset of labor are among the best known contractions
#7998, aired 2019-05-22TEST YOUR MUSCLE MEMORY $1600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows an animation of muscles in the neck.) A group of muscles that helps rotate the neck are each attached to several vertebrae, resembling a triangle with three uneven sides, gives the muscles this name, also used for that type of triangle in geometry scalene
#7998, aired 2019-05-22TEST YOUR MUSCLE MEMORY $2000: Muscles that help move this body part include the flexor pollicis longus & the extensor pollicis brevis the thumb
#7993, aired 2019-05-15STUDYING FOR THE TEST $400: Your score on this test is your mental age divided by your chronological age times 100 an IQ test
#7993, aired 2019-05-15STUDYING FOR THE TEST $800: Between 1951 & 1992 there were 928 nuclear explosive tests at the test site in this state Nevada
#7993, aired 2019-05-15STUDYING FOR THE TEST $1200: A detectable increase in human chorionic gonadotropin is the key indicator in this test with 2 possible results a pregnancy test
#7993, aired 2019-05-15STUDYING FOR THE TEST $1600: You can take this test at but you'll get a joke analysis about your personality a Rorschach test
#7993, aired 2019-05-15STUDYING FOR THE TEST $2000: This bogus "test" many had to take starting around 1890 was designed to make it impossible for African Americans to vote a literacy test
#7990, aired 2019-05-102-WORD ALLITERATION $1000: In 2018 Louise Brown, the first this type of baby, turned 40 test tube
#7989, aired 2019-05-09FILM TEACHERS $2000: In "Stand and Deliver", Edwards James Olmos gets his dropout-prone kids ready to pass a test in this tough branch of math calculus
#7984, aired 2019-05-02WORLD OF SPORT $200: In 1877 Australia beat England by 45 runs in the first test match played by international teams in this sport cricket
#7984, aired 2019-05-02SCI-FI TECH $400: In this 1895 novel, the traveler couldn't tell if the test model of his device was sent into the past or future The Time Machine
#7976, aired 2019-04-22JEOPARD"IZED" $200: Made consistent: The SAT & ACT are this type of test standardized
#7966, aired 2019-04-08"TOUCH"-Y, "FEEL"-Y $1000: A standard of judgment, or a fine-grained mineral used to test alloys of gold a touchstone
#7963, aired 2019-04-03FOR HUMANITY $600: "Sierra Sam" was among the first of these mannequins used by engineers in 1949 to help improve car safety a crash test dummy
#7942, aired 2019-03-05POP MUSIC ACROSS THE DECADES $800: In 1984 this band scored a Top 10 with "New Moon On Monday"; now test your re-fle-fle-fle-flexes Duran Duran
#7935, aired 2019-02-22ANAGRAMS OF EACH OTHER $400: An educator's task & dishonestly taking a test teach & cheat
#7934, aired 2019-02-21TRIPLE RHYME TIME $400: Wet earth-smeared pal who's part of your test prep team a muddy study buddy
#7924, aired 2019-02-07"P"LACES AT THE MALL $800: Visit a showroom of this indoor bike brand for a test ride; if you buy, a pro like George Hincapie could be your instructor Peloton
#7923, aired 2019-02-06WOMEN OF THE BIBLE $400: This queen arrives in Jerusalem packing spices, gold & gems & sets out to test the wisdom of King Solomon the Queen of Sheba
#7896, aired 2018-12-31GEN MED $200: A score for normal vision using the Snellen test is this 20/20
#7896, aired 2018-12-31GEN MED $600: One of these compares blood types to help determine a daddy or a non-daddy a paternity test
#7867, aired 2018-11-20SCORPIOS $1000: This Swiss psychiatrist invented the inkblot test that bears his name Rorschach
#7860, aired 2018-11-09SCHOLARSHIPS $400: First step to become a National Merit Scholar--take this 4-leter college prep test the PSAT
#7836, aired 2018-10-08TRAVEL BOOKS $800: He wrote about a bus trip & other kinds of trips in 1968's "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" (Tom) Wolfe
#7830, aired 2018-09-28SpaceX $1000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from SpaceX in Hawthorne, California.) Instead of a conventional test payload, Falcon Heavy's first launch carried a Tesla roadster, piloted by a mannequin named this, the title of a David Bowie song about an extraterrestrial who's waiting in the sky Starman
#7822, aired 2018-09-18PSA MASCOTS $200: Here are Vince & Larry, two of these 3-word guys who helped America use seat belts crash test dummies
#7812, aired 2018-07-24THIS IS ONLY A TEST $200: It's a short dramatic audition filmed to show your acting potential (or lack thereof) a screen test
#7812, aired 2018-07-24THIS IS ONLY A TEST $400: By definition these occur about 50% of the way through a semester & can be a big part of your final grade a midterm
#7812, aired 2018-07-24THIS IS ONLY A TEST $600: In use since 1916, the Stanford-Binet test is commonly used to evaluate this in children IQ
#7812, aired 2018-07-24THIS IS ONLY A TEST $800: After a controlled period of strenuous exercise, a stress test might include one of these, an EKG an electrocardiogram
#7812, aired 2018-07-24THIS IS ONLY A TEST $1000: The litmus in a litmus test is a reactive dye obtained from these symbiotic plants that grow on rocks or trees lichen
#7806, aired 2018-07-164, 4 $600: To college students, it's what you call the pamphlet you write test answers in; to car shoppers, it follows "Kelley" blue book
#7799, aired 2018-07-05& THAT'S THE WAY THE NEWS GOES $1,000 (Daily Double): This Hungarian-born physicist later regretted the sexism in his telegram "it's a boy" when an H-bomb test worked Edward Teller
#7786, aired 2018-06-18EXPRESS-ING THEMSELVES $800: In "Express Yourself", she sang, "Don't go for second-best... put your love to the test" Madonna
#7783, aired 2018-06-13IDIOM ORIGINS $400: Can you pass the acid test? It dates back to the use of nitric acid to test the content of this precious metal gold
#7780, aired 2018-06-08PSYCHOLOGY $800: Ten images, like the one seen here, are used in this psychological test, first introduced in 1921 a Rorschach
#7776, aired 2018-06-04MOTORCYCLES $1000: The California motorcycle road test requires this type of ride involving weaving through cones like a snake serpentine
#7774, aired 2018-05-31YOU SHALL NOT PASS! $200: There's little hope for you, Mr. Magoo, as you can't study for the slit lamp or stereopsis portion of this test the eye test (or the vision test)
#7774, aired 2018-05-31YOU SHALL NOT PASS! $400: Acidity or alkalinity is determined by this test; in politics, a failed one can cause great damage a litmus test
#7774, aired 2018-05-31YOU SHALL NOT PASS! $600: I predict trouble in the combat water survival test, a requirement to join these U.S. "R"my special ops forces Army Rangers
#7774, aired 2018-05-31YOU SHALL NOT PASS! $1000: If you fail the test named after this British mathematician, you're not human, you backstabbing cyborg! the Turing test
#7772, aired 2018-05-29RETORTS $400: Challenged by a political rival, Sen. Fritz Hollings said, "I'll take a drug test, if you'll take" this mental "test" an IQ test
#7768, aired 2018-05-23MIND YOUR "P"s & "Q"s $800: Uh oh! It's a sudden, unexpected test for students a pop quiz
#7762, aired 2018-05-15MEN ON THE MOON $400: John Young raced the LRV, this vehicle, through a "Grand Prix" test a lunar rover vehicle
#7762, aired 2018-05-15EDUCATIONAL ANAGRAMS $600: Test that may be the same statewide: DAZED IN DARTS standardized
#7758, aired 2018-05-09PRONOUN TEST $200: Let's hear a song of this first-person reflexive pronoun myself
#7758, aired 2018-05-09PRONOUN TEST $400: This indefinite pronoun is a synonym for "zilch" nothing
#7758, aired 2018-05-09PRONOUN TEST $600: It can mean "each" or "one or the other" either
#7758, aired 2018-05-09PRONOUN TEST $800: Thanks for waiting while I finished that call--now I'm all this second-person possessive pronoun yours
#7758, aired 2018-05-09PRONOUN TEST $1000: Let's not argue about whether it's OK to use this 5-letter relative pronoun instead of "that" in a restrictive clause which
#7756, aired 2018-05-07SHORT ANSWER TEST $200: In Japanese hai means this yes
#7756, aired 2018-05-07SHORT ANSWER TEST $400: Britain's oldest type of noble title is this, like Lord Snowdon an earl
#7756, aired 2018-05-07SHORT ANSWER TEST $600: Rep. Adam Schiff's wife has this appropriate Biblical name Eve
#7756, aired 2018-05-07SHORT ANSWER TEST $800: 5-letter name for the 2007 influx of U.S. troops into Iraq surge
#7756, aired 2018-05-07SHORT ANSWER TEST $1000: To prevent rust, metals are galvanized by coating them with this metal zinc
#7735, aired 2018-04-06UNUSUAL ANIMALS $1600: The unusual blue blood of the horseshoe type of this is used to detect bacterial toxins & test drugs for purity crab
#7692, aired 2018-02-06MEDICINE $1000: The Dick test is a skin test of susceptibility to this colorful affliction common in children scarlet fever
#7687, aired 2018-01-30"SAY" YOU WILL $200: You get 50 minutes to complete this section of the Scholastic Aptitude Test, kids the essay
#7687, aired 2018-01-30"SAY" YOU WILL $1000: The British Hallmarking Council supervises these "offices" that test the purity of precious metals assay offices
#7687, aired 2018-01-30HISTORY $4,000 (Daily Double): A 20-kiloton A-bomb was dropped on this atoll in a 1946 test, the first in peacetime Bikini Atoll
#7662, aired 2017-12-26GREEK LETTER PHRASES $200: Computer software goes through a "secondary" quality control in this type of trial run a beta test
#7662, aired 2017-12-26TREATIES $2000: This 1963 deal abbreviated NTBT says no trying out atomic weapons in the atmosphere, underwater or in space the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
#7633, aired 2017-11-15FROM A TO Y $600: Bounty paper towels invites you to test them for this quality absorbency
#7612, aired 2017-10-17INVENTION & DISCOVERY $1600: A blood test for cancer is called a "liquid" this test; one developed in Sweden finds it with 96% accuracy from 1 drop a liquid biopsy
#7534, aired 2017-05-18TV SITCOM BY EPISODES $1000: "And the Big Buttercream Breakthrough" & "And the Taste Test" 2 Broke Girls
#7514, aired 2017-04-20PSYCHOLOGY $800: The Penguin Dict. of Psychology says, "An intense dialogue about the wallpaper" would do as well as this inkblot test the Rorschach test
#7514, aired 2017-04-20PSYCHOLOGY $1200: (I'm Anderson Cooper.) In an unsettling experiment, I test a device that simulates hearing voices in your head, a symptom of this mental disorder schizophrenia
#7505, aired 2017-04-07WHAT'S NOT TO LICHEN? $2,000 (Daily Double): Let's take a test; once used to color beverages, this substance that determines acids & bases is extracted from lichens litmus
#7497, aired 2017-03-28MacARTHUR GENIUS GRANT RECIPIENTS $1600: The "test" named for this 2014 genius: does a movie have at least 2 women talking to each other & not about a man? (Alison) Bechdel
#7495, aired 2017-03-24"BETA" TEST $400: AKA Provitamin A, it gives a bright orange color to vegetables beta-Carotene
#7495, aired 2017-03-24"BETA" TEST $800: These drugs that suppress reactions in heart cells are prescribed to treat anxiety & angina beta blockers
#7495, aired 2017-03-24"BETA" TEST $1200: It's the second-brightest star in a constellation named for a man-horse hybrid Beta Centauri
#7495, aired 2017-03-24"BETA" TEST $1600: It was founded at the College of William & Mary in 1776; are you a member? Phi Beta Kappa
#7495, aired 2017-03-24"BETA" TEST $2000: Electron emission & positron emission are types of this radioactive disintegration beta decay
#7474, aired 2017-02-23ORGANIZATIONS $2,000 (Daily Double): The Scopes trial was a famous test case for this group that champions free speech the ACLU (the American Civil Liberties Union)
#7473, aired 2017-02-22ESSAY TEST $200: "Two essays written in 1842 and 1844" by this man laid "the foundations of the origin of species" Darwin
#7473, aired 2017-02-22"S.A." TEST $400: Fire departments say when you reset your clock for daylight saving time, also change the batteries in these smoke alarm
#7473, aired 2017-02-22ESSAY TEST $400: In this essay, Virginia Woolf said that a woman must have money & the title place "if she is to write fiction" A Room of One's Own
#7473, aired 2017-02-22ESSAY TEST $600: In the 12th of these essays, Alexander Hamilton argued for "The Utility of the Union In Respect to Revenue" the Federalist Papers
#7473, aired 2017-02-22"S.A." TEST $800: This period of modern history is said to have begun on October 4, 1957, when the Soviets launched Sputnik I the Space Age
#7473, aired 2017-02-22ESSAY TEST $800: This transcendentalist preached the ethics of "Self-Reliance" in an essay with that title (Ralph Waldo) Emerson
#7473, aired 2017-02-22ESSAY TEST $1000: Camus wrote the philosophical essay "The Myth of" him, punished to roll a stone uphill only to have it roll down again Sisyphus
#7473, aired 2017-02-22"S.A." TEST $1200: This Hebrew greeting means "peace be with you" shalom alechem
#7473, aired 2017-02-22"S.A." TEST $1600: It looks like a flower, but it's actually an aquatic invertebrate a sea anemone
#7473, aired 2017-02-22"S.A." TEST $2000: In 2011 the body of this first socialist president of Chile was exhumed; an autopsy confirmed he'd committed suicide Salvador Allende
#7447, aired 2017-01-17THE CONSTITUTION $600: Article VI: "No religious ____ shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust" Test
#7445, aired 2017-01-13KNOW YOUR SCALES $2000: It's the "P" in MMPI-2, a test that has scales to find degrees of naivete & brooding personality
#7442, aired 2017-01-10VARIETY PACK $2000: In 1913 Bela Schick developed a test for determining the susceptibility of infants to this infectious "d"isease diphtheria
#7403, aired 2016-11-16SCREEN TEST $400: The "Star Trek" universe: Mr. Spock's emotionless race Vulcan
#7403, aired 2016-11-16SCREEN TEST $800: In "Bridge of Spies": the city where the bridge is located Berlin
#7403, aired 2016-11-16SCREEN TEST $1200: Michael Fassbender plays an "Apple" grower: the title Steve Jobs
#7403, aired 2016-11-16SCREEN TEST $1600: "The Blind Side": the Best Actress winner Sandra Bullock
#7403, aired 2016-11-16SCREEN TEST $2000: "The Martian": the director Ridley Scott
#7402, aired 2016-11-15"A"LPHABETICAL VERBS $400: To totally nail a test or a golf hole ace
#7391, aired 2016-10-31THE 50s $800: Popular name for the U.S. Air Force test center near Groom Lake, Nevada, famous for its supposed UFOs & aliens Area 51
#7374, aired 2016-10-06BRITISH SPELLING TEST $200: Parlor P-A-R-L-O-U-R
#7374, aired 2016-10-06BRITISH SPELLING TEST $400: Recognize R-E-C-O-G-N-I-S-E
#7374, aired 2016-10-06BRITISH SPELLING TEST $600: Check C-H-E-Q-U-E
#7374, aired 2016-10-06BRITISH SPELLING TEST $800: Airplane A-E-R-O-P-L-A-N-E
#7374, aired 2016-10-06BRITISH SPELLING TEST $1000: Jail (more in bygone times than today) G-A-O-L
#7371, aired 2016-10-03OCTOBERFEST $800: This automobile named for the French founder of Detroit had its first test drive on October 17, 1902 Cadillac
#7343, aired 2016-07-13TEASING $2000: You can buy a book of brainteasers at the website of this organization for the top 2% of intelligence test takers Mensa
#7324, aired 2016-06-16OED "ME" $2000: This test is "an official inquiry into an applicant's private financial resources... limiting a grant or allowance" a means test
#7311, aired 2016-05-30PHYSICS TEST $400: On the once widely used Reaumur scale, 0 degrees & 80 degrees represented these 2 points the freezing & boiling points of water
#7311, aired 2016-05-30PHYSICS TEST $800: I'll find it strangely charming if you can identify these particles with a word taken from "Finnegans Wake" quark
#7311, aired 2016-05-30PHYSICS TEST $1200: Hey, farmer! It's the physics term for a region in which every point is affected by a force a field
#7311, aired 2016-05-30PHYSICS TEST $1600: Newton's third law: when 2 bodies meet, they exert forces on each other that are equal in magnitude & opposite in this direction
#7311, aired 2016-05-30PHYSICS TEST $2000: We'll test you to the max & ask for this German who introduced the fundamental constant of quantum theory (Max) Planck
#7298, aired 2016-05-11A++ $200: I know the material cold--this is what I'm going to do to the test ace
#7258, aired 2016-03-16THE WRIGHT BROTHERS $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Wright Brothers Nat'l Memorial.) Seeking a place for test flights with strong winds, privacy & sand for soft landings, the Wrights wrote a letter to the U.S. weather bureau & received a list of possible locations; this small fishing village on North Carolina's Outer Banks was just perfect Kitty Hawk
#7239, aired 2016-02-18AN "IQ" TEST $200: A distilled beverage like whiskey or tequila a liquor
#7239, aired 2016-02-18AN "IQ" TEST $400: It was Emily Post's specialty etiquette
#7239, aired 2016-02-18AN "IQ" TEST $600: It's a small block of compressed coal dust used for barbecue fuel briquette
#7239, aired 2016-02-18AN "IQ" TEST $800: It's a French term for an essay evaluating a literary work a critique
#7239, aired 2016-02-18AN "IQ" TEST $1000: Adjective for something that's been made obsolete or is just too old-fashioned an antique
#7230, aired 2016-02-05COLLEGE MATH $800: Number of points you racked up if you got "extremely well qualified" on one AP test & "well qualified" on another 9 (5 + 4)
#7227, aired 2016-02-02MATH TEST $400: The sine of an angle is the ratio of its opposite side to this triangle side the hypotenuse
#7227, aired 2016-02-02MATH TEST $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on the monitor.) Divide the change in a line's vertical "y" component by the change in its horizontal "x" component to get this measure of its inclination slope
#7227, aired 2016-02-02MATH TEST $1200: a + b = b + a is this law of addition the commutative law
#7227, aired 2016-02-02MATH TEST $1600: (Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on the monitor.) To find the area under a curve between points "a" & "b", calculate the definite this of the curve, denoted by an elongated "S" symbol the integral
#7227, aired 2016-02-02MATH TEST $2000: If y = 3x & y + 2x = 20, x equals this 4
#7212, aired 2016-01-12HORSE HEALTH $800: (Sarah of the Clue Crew gives the clue from the Center for Equine Health at UC Davis.) On a treadmill, doctors test a horse's endurance, cardio & respiratory rates at different gaits, from walking or trotting to this fastest gait, at 25-35 miles per hour a gallop
#7206, aired 2016-01-04MEDICINE $800: The Weber hearing test is conducted by striking this instrument & placing it on the head a tuning fork
#7192, aired 2015-12-15MED. ABBREV. $1600: FBS is this type of test done after a patient hasn't eaten for at least 8 hours fasting blood sugar
#7184, aired 2015-12-03SOUNDS MEDICAL $400: To test the reception to our approach, let's do this & hope for 98.6 take a temperature
#7184, aired 2015-12-03SOUNDS MEDICAL $600: What a nurse may do if you need a test, or a first strike proving that a battle has been joined draw blood
#7174, aired 2015-11-19THE TUTORS $1200: At 14 he tutored Brooklyn schoolmates for 25 cents an hour; later he founded a test prep empire (Stanley) Kaplan
#7171, aired 2015-11-16WHAT A BEAST! $800: Unlike the hippo, which has fully developed 4 of these, the rhino only has 3 with which to test water daintily toes
#7160, aired 2015-10-30DAY OF THE DEAD $800: Dec. 11, 1965: The Dead join this "Cuckoo" author & his Merry Pranksters for an event called an Acid Test (Ken) Kesey
#7159, aired 2015-10-29BAD NEWS $400: An April 26, 1986 test at this power station ended up producing a radioactive cloud more than 3,000 feet high Chernobyl
#7153, aired 2015-10-21SCRAMBLED 20th CENTURY DECADES $1000: Roar away: "WINE TEST" the twenties
#7148, aired 2015-10-14THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION $1600: CDC researchers hit mosquitos with insecticide to test for this trait that makes antibiotics less effective on certain germs resistance
#7148, aired 2015-10-14THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION $2000: In a response to a 2012 outbreak, the CDC in 2 days developed a new test for this fungal disease of the spine meningitis
#7147, aired 2015-10-13TRUE BLOOD $600: An old test for this infection "kissing disease" used a sample of the patient's blood, mixed with that of a sheep mononucleosis
#7138, aired 2015-09-30EDUCATION $800: In 2012 the Sec. of Education said, "No teacher should have to" do this 4-word result of standardized exams teach to the test
#7130, aired 2015-09-18SMART PEOPLE $2,000 (Daily Double): The "test" of A.I. named for him is whether a computer can make a person think it's a person Alan Turing
#7119, aired 2015-07-23MEDICAL MATTERS $600: Until the 1940s & this test named for its creator, cervical cancer was killing more women than any other kind a Pap smear
#7102, aired 2015-06-30DOCTOR WHO $800: ...created the inkblot test that's used to assess personality characteristics Rorschach
#7094, aired 2015-06-18MBA ALL-STARS $800: Stanford alum Mary Barra became the first female CEO to take this company for a test drive GM
#7073, aired 2015-05-20THAT MOVIE TITLE IS LEGAL $3,600 (Daily Double): Harrison Ford played Jack Ryan in this film whose title comes from a legal test devised by Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Clear and Present Danger
#7064, aired 2015-05-07"PH" TEST $800: To try to scam someone out of confidential information over the Internet phish
#7064, aired 2015-05-07"PH" TEST $1600: Old-time soda fountain drink made by blending carbonated water & flavored syrup a phosphate
#7064, aired 2015-05-07"PH" TEST $2000: Need a house-warming gift? How about this houseplant? a philodendron
#7064, aired 2015-05-07"PH" TEST $4,000 (Daily Double): A finger bone, or a formation of soldiers a phalanx
#7033, aired 2015-03-25MOON WALKING $600: If I had one of these, I'd drop it on the Moon with a feather like Dave Scott did in August 1971 to test a Galileo theory a hammer
#7031, aired 2015-03-23TAKE ME TO YOUR LITER $1000: Is this an IQ test? Amazon sells a 1-liter bottle of this "vapor distilled" glaceau brand for $1.90--plus $8.99 shipping Smartwater
#7029, aired 2015-03-19LAWN CARE $400: Measuring alkalinity or acidity, test this 2-letter quality of your soil pH
#7003, aired 2015-02-11TV TEACHERS $600: Trying to cram for this teacher's test, Bart Simpson is told the Pilgrims came over on the Spirit of St. Louis, escaping giant rats Mrs. Krabappel
#6974, aired 2015-01-01ALAN OR DALE $800: The CAPTCHA test against spam & robot programs is called the "reverse" test named for this British code breaker Alan Turing
#6970, aired 2014-12-26HOW IT WORKS $6,000 (Daily Double): Glasses work by adjusting this optical process, also the name of the test that determines your prescription refraction
#6941, aired 2014-11-17STUFF $200: The world's fastest conventional one of these is France's TGV POS, which hit 357 mph in a 2007 test run a train
#6939, aired 2014-11-131964 -- 50 YEARS AGO $1000: Nine years before Skylab, this habitat to test human adaptation began operation under the waters off Bermuda SEALAB
#6875, aired 2014-07-04OPERA TUNES $2000: "Vissi d'arte" (I lived for art") from this composer's "Tosca" is a test of a soprano's own artistry Puccini
#6872, aired 2014-07-01CANYUCKS $1600: As Gob Bluth on this sitcom, Will Arnett said of a DNA test, "The jury's still out on science" Arrested Development
#6872, aired 2014-07-01THAT'S SPOOKY $1600: (Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In 2013, a declassified CIA document showed a map with the name of this land parcel in the Mojave desert for the first time publicly; it was once used to test the U-2 spy plane (& who knows what else) Area 51
#6866, aired 2014-06-23MEDICINE $800: In this 3-initial stress test, you walk on a treadmill while hooked up to a heart machine an EKG
#6856, aired 2014-06-09THE CENTURY'S FIRST YEAR $1,000 (Daily Double): On July 3, 1801 this U.S. inventor's Nautilus submarine descended to a depth of 25 feet in a test in France Robert Fulton
#6854, aired 2014-06-05MARKETING $400: Forget how it plays in Peoria; this Iowa capital is a player in test marketing Des Moines
#6841, aired 2014-05-19YOU BEST NOT MISS $400: First Response offers this type of test--which has only 2 responses--& says it's "over 99% accurate" a pregnancy test
#6832, aired 2014-05-06TV IQ TEST $200: Oh yah, in 2014 Billy Bob Thornton was in full FX as Lorne Malvo on this drama, based on a movie; hope ya like snow! Fargo
#6832, aired 2014-05-06TV IQ TEST $400: Yours truly guest-starred on a live broadcast of this TV Land sitcom with Valerie Bertinelli & Betty White... which you 3 saw, right?! Hot in Cleveland
#6832, aired 2014-05-06TV IQ TEST $600: This writer created "The West Wing". Created "The West Wing"? Created "The West Wing", yes (Aaron) Sorkin
#6832, aired 2014-05-06TV IQ TEST $800: On "Bewitched", this actress turned in a magical performance as both Samantha & Serena Elizabeth Montgomery
#6832, aired 2014-05-06TV IQ TEST $1000: Jameson Parker & Gerald McRaney were brothers in side arms as this title '80s duo Simon & Simon
#6829, aired 2014-05-01KHAN TEST $400: In 2001 Irene Khan of Bangladesh became the first woman & Asian to head this largest human rights org. Amnesty International
#6829, aired 2014-05-01KHAN TEST $800: At its peak in the early 13th century, his empire stretched from the Caspian Sea to eastern China Genghis Khan
#6829, aired 2014-05-01KHAN TEST $1200: Born Yvette Stevens, she's known as the "Queen of Funk" Chaka Khan
#6829, aired 2014-05-01KHAN TEST $1600: Engineer Fazlur Khan is known for his "bundled tube" structural system for this Chicago landmark the Sears Tower
#6829, aired 2014-05-01KHAN TEST $2000: Chief among the tigers in Kipling's "The Jungle Book" is this beast whose name means "tiger" Shere Khan
#6802, aired 2014-03-25IT'S AT THE SMITHSONIAN $600: Vince & Larry, 2 of these developed to save drivers' lives crash test dummies
#6800, aired 2014-03-21"WORD" WORDS $1600: If I said "insane", & you replied "spouse", we'd be doing this 2-"word" test, & your marriage might be in trouble word association
#6778, aired 2014-02-19RECENTLY BANNED OR CHALLENGED BOOKS $800: A beef with his "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" on a Penn. reading list: "sexual content &... there is nothing good about it" Tom Wolfe
#6768, aired 2014-02-05'80s BABIES $2000: In 1981 Elizabeth Carr became the USA's first of these babies, with less fanfare than the one across the pond a test-tube baby
#6728, aired 2013-12-11RECENT HISTORY $2000: Prompting further international sanctions, in February 2013 this nation conducted its third nuclear test North Korea
#6718, aired 2013-11-27EDUCATION $1600: This test was developed in 1926 by Carl Campbell Brigham for the College Entrance Examination Board the SAT
#6700, aired 2013-11-01THE NEW YORK TIMES PULITZER WINNERS $600: (I'm Amy Harmon.) I won my second Pulitzer in 2008 for a series about the new information that can be gleaned about a person's genetic profile with this kind of test which some people welcome & others prefer not to know a DNA test
#6683, aired 2013-10-09BIOSPHERE 2 $800: A million-gallon "ocean" helps test how changes affect the zoo- & phyto- types of this basis of the sea's food chain plankton
#6680, aired 2013-10-04SCIENCE $400: Similar to reflex, humans' average for this time is roughly 1/4 second & we're going to test yours... right... now ! reaction
#6671, aired 2013-09-23THE AGRICULTURAL HALL OF FAME $600: In 1890 Stephen Babcock devised a simple 10-minute test to determine the content of this in milk fat (butterfat)
#6650, aired 2013-07-12ANIMAL CARE $1000: Test a prospective pup's temperament with a rollover test--this type of pet, from Latin for "send under", will happily comply submissive
#6640, aired 2013-06-28LAB TEST $400: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reads the clue.) The Florence variety of this lab container takes its alliterative name from earlier ones used to bottle certain Italian wines a Florence flask
#6640, aired 2013-06-28LAB TEST $800: Piece of glassware with volume graduations, or Dr. Honeydew's muppet assistant beaker
#6640, aired 2013-06-28LAB TEST $1200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew reads the clue.) Arthur Miller might know that the specialized lab tongs I'm using are named for these potentially hot objects they are designed to hold crucible
#6640, aired 2013-06-28LAB TEST $1600: These 2 laboratory instruments used to crush or grind substances are used to symbolize pharmacy the mortar & pestle
#6640, aired 2013-06-28LAB TEST $2000: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reads the clue.) Essential to distillation, this lab device removes heat from a vapor, reducing it to a liquid a condenser
#6628, aired 2013-06-12AN UNFINISHED CATEG $800: Whether using it to mean not total (as in credit on a test) or biased, the word you're looking for is... partial
#6586, aired 2013-04-15YOU NEED A LAB TEST $200: Checking your Vitamin B12 level may help diagnose the pernicious type of this disease anemia
#6586, aired 2013-04-15YOU NEED A LAB TEST $400: A scratch test of the skin is used to detect these, such as to pollen, dust or mold allergies
#6586, aired 2013-04-15YOU NEED A LAB TEST $600: One way to check for diabetes is FBG--measuring the level of this sugar in the blood after an 8-hour fast glucose
#6586, aired 2013-04-15YOU NEED A LAB TEST $800: Chorionic villus sampling & an amniocentesis can make a prenatal diagnosis of this, DS for short Down syndrome
#6586, aired 2013-04-15YOU NEED A LAB TEST $1000: A biopsy of the small intestine confirms a diagnosis of this digestive disease, an intolerance to gluten celiac
#6549, aired 2013-02-21PSYCH! (-OLOGY) $800: The image, which is a kitten on a cloud obviously, is part of this test named for the man who introduced it in 1921 Rorschach
#6545, aired 2013-02-15GENETICS $1000: This test performed between the 15th & 18th weeks of pregnancy can detect fetal genetic disorders amniocentesis
#6541, aired 2013-02-11COLLEGE RECOMMENDATIONS $200: Don't walk on the brass "M" on the diag before your first test at this Ann Arbor school; legend says you'll flunk it if you do Michigan
#6541, aired 2013-02-11COLLEGE RECOMMENDATIONS $400: Volunteer as a test subject at this Cornhusker school that created the first undergraduate psychology lab Nebraska
#6529, aired 2013-01-24AUTHOR! AUTHOR! $800: His volunteering to take mind-altering drugs as a test subject at a hospital led to a 1962 novel, his best-known work Ken Kesey
#6518, aired 2013-01-09ENTERTAINMENTS $200: One set of rules in this test of strength says if the grip comes apart, the 2 hands will be strapped together arm wrestling
#6506, aired $800: Lifescript has an online test to gauge your BMR, which measures this fat-burning rate metabolism (base metabolic rate)
#6500, aired 2012-12-14ADVENTURES IN JOURNALISM $1200: He reported on Ken Kesey's travels with the Merry Pranksters in "The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test" Tom Wolfe
#6481, aired 2012-11-19YOU WILL BE TESTED ON THIS $600: In a Monty Python film, the test for identifying one of these is whether she weighs as much as a duck a witch
#6481, aired 2012-11-19YOU WILL BE TESTED ON THIS $800: Lichens provide the coloring for this, also a term for a crucial, revealing test a litmus test
#6480, aired 2012-11-16REALITY TV $1000: (The Mythbusters deliver the clue.) One test required disabling the safety devices that keep these 2 measurements from getting too high; your water heater can indeed make that skylight you never wanted. Myth confirmed. temperature and pressure
#6453, aired 2012-10-10GREAT MEN & WOMEN OF MEDICINE $1200: (Dr. Oz presents the clue.) Dr. Dorothy Andersen named this disease, CF for short, & also helped create a test to diagnose it cystic fibrosis
#6447, aired 2012-10-02POLITICAL TERMS $200: To test public reaction to some controversial idea, politicians may send up a "trial" one of these a balloon
#6431, aired 2012-07-30"B" PLUS $800: Here's a simple one of these charts, showing students' test scores a bar graph
#6429, aired 2012-07-26TRANSPORTATION $800: During a Feb. 2012 test flight, one of its 787 Dreamliners traced the company's logo with its flight path Boeing
#6422, aired 2012-07-17THINK FAST! $1000: As a test pilot, this future astronaut set a speed record in 1957, flying from Los Angeles to NYC in 3 hours 23 min. (John) Glenn
#6417, aired 2012-07-10SCIENTIFIC THEORIES $2000: Experiments to test directly G.U.T.s, or these, need a trillion times more energy than what's now available grand unified theories
#6395, aired 2012-06-08DA TRAIN! DA TRAIN! $1000: Japan has developed electro-dynamic maglev test vehicles that can go 340 mph; maglev is short for this magnetic levitation
#6390, aired 2012-06-01AN "R_____T" CATEGORY $1000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew demonstrates a science experiment.) It's a substance used to test for another substance. When mixed with orange juice, the type that tests for vitamin C turns clear reagent
#6376, aired 2012-05-14COMPOSERS $1200: We'll give you a Strauss test--not related to Johann, he composed a 1915 "Alpine Symphony" Richard Strauss
#6370, aired 2012-05-04CROSSWORD CLUES "Q" $400: Kind of test that might be "pop" (4) a quiz
#6364, aired 2012-04-263-SYLLABLE WORDS $800: From the Latin for "true", it means to test the truth by comparison or investigation verify
#6311, aired 2012-02-13NICE "INK" $600: You'll find this pattern in a Rorschach test an inkblot
#6311, aired 2012-02-13VIRAL VIDEOS $800: In a video that has stood the test of time, this little boy "bit my finger--again!" Charlie
#6293, aired 2012-01-18OLD VIRGINIA $1600: In 1763 this gifted orator & lawyer presented the "Parson's Cause", an early test case of royal authority Patrick Henry
#6285, aired 2012-01-06I WANT MY "BABY" BACK, "BABY" BACK $400: Louise Brown's arrival in 1978 made her the first successful one of these in vitro creations a test tube baby
#6260, aired 2011-12-02YOU'RE AN ANIMAL! $800: Quoth the Bible, Noah released 2 birds from the Ark to test for dry land, a dove & one of these a raven
#6258, aired 2011-11-304-LETTER SCRABBLE WORDS $1200: Here's a little test--if you're lucky enough to play this as the opening word, you'll score 44 points quiz
#6245, aired 2011-11-11FOOD SCIENCE $1600: Careful when eating bagels with these seeds on them--you could test positive for heroin! poppy seeds
#6234, aired 2011-10-27MYTHBUSTERS $400: (The Mythbusters deliver the clue.) In the 15th century, Leonardo da Vinci designed a cannon powered by the rapid expansion of this; he thought it would fire projectiles 3,000 feet, but our test showed that the idea was mostly hot air steam
#6222, aired 2011-10-11GIVING BLOOD $200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew is being prepped to donate blood at an American Red Cross blood donation center in Washington, D.C.) Before giving blood a simple test will ensure that you don't have anemia, & that donating blood won't bring it on, as you'll be giving up about 250 milligrams of this element iron
#6198, aired 2011-07-20CELEBS WE'D LIKE TO SEE ON REALITY SHOWS $1000: Can Meryl Streep make the Vikings as a defensive tackle? This HBO NFL series will test her famed versatility Hard Knocks
#6190, aired 2011-07-083-LETTER VERBS $1200: A playing card, it can also mean to easily pass a test ace
#6161, aired 2011-05-30ON SUCH A WINTER'S DAY $400: On Jan. 15, 1827 a man exited an oven (holding an overdone steak!) in a suit of this in a test of its heat resistance asbestos
#6153, aired 2011-05-18MEDICAL MATTERS $800: On a blood test, a level of 60 or above of this, the "good cholesterol", is healthy HDL
#6152, aired 2011-05-17VOCABULARY $800: This 6-letter test checks the acidity or alkalinity of a solution litmus
#6145, aired 2011-05-06BONE UP FOR THE TEST $200: This small, flat, triangular bone in the knee is not directly connected with any other bone the patella
#6145, aired 2011-05-06BONE UP FOR THE TEST $400: The number of pairs of these in mammals varies from 9 in whales to 24 in sloths; humans normally have 12 ribs
#6145, aired 2011-05-06BONE UP FOR THE TEST $600: Finger tendons run through a "tunnel" almost completely surrounded by these bones of the same name the carpal
#6145, aired 2011-05-06BONE UP FOR THE TEST $800: "U" know it's the inner of 2 bones in the forearm when viewed with the palm facing forward the ulna
#6145, aired 2011-05-06BONE UP FOR THE TEST $1000: This bone is attached to the fibula throughout its length by an interosseous membrane the tibia
#6082, aired 2011-02-08"OPEN" & "SHUT" $800: A test where you're allowed to use notes an open book test
#6076, aired 2011-01-31TREBEKS IN ART HISTORY $400: Uncle Al's head got a little swelled around 1508 after doing a test for this artist Michelangelo
#6070, aired 2011-01-21SCI-FI TV $400: Picard was put to the test by Q in this show's finale; we also learned Jean-Luc wed & divorced Dr. Crusher Star Trek: The Next Generation
#6061, aired 2011-01-10CONDIMENTIA $600: Wilbur Scoville developed a test to gauge the perceived potency of these, found in condiments hot peppers (chili peppers)
#6051, aired 2010-12-27ELVIS $800: Elvis made his 1956 screen test singing this Carl Perkins hit & performing a scene from "The Rainmaker" "Blue Suede Shoes"
#6042, aired 2010-12-14PUFF $1200: In an eye exam a puff of air is used to measure intraocular pressure, a test for this condition glaucoma
#6028, aired 2010-11-24ORGANIZATIONS $800: This service "Club" has a 4-way test of things they think, say & do, including "Will it be beneficial to all concerned?" the Rotary Club
#6027, aired 2010-11-23TEXT MESSAGES $2000: Edward Teller notified this New Mexico lab site about the first successful H-bomb test with "It's a boy" Los Alamos
#5985, aired 2010-09-24"L"EGALESE $800: If you want to go to Harvard Law, better ace this 4-letter test used as a criterion for admission the LSAT
#5946, aired 2010-06-21DRIVING SAFETY $200: (Alex reports from Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI.) There's an actual car inside this advanced driving simulator which Ford uses to test new safety technologies; the unit is called "VIRTTEX", which stands for this kind of test track virtual
#5921, aired 2010-05-17MISSING LINKS $400: Litmus ____ tube baby test
#5919, aired 2010-05-13THE NEW YORK TIMES SCIENCE TIMES $2000: has a handy primer on the PSA blood test done on older gents, PSA standing for this prostate-specific antigen
#5906, aired 2010-04-26THE 19th FIRST ANNUAL IG NOBEL PRIZE $800: A doctor won for cracking his left knuckles, but not his right, for 60 years to test a rumored cause of this disease arthritis
#5884, aired 2010-03-25HOW'S YOUR CONSTITUTION? $400: Article VI says no test of this can be required for any public office (the Brits had had trouble with test acts) religion
#5876, aired 2010-03-15THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the California Highway Patrol Academy in Sacramento, CA.) The Breathalyzer will test to see if I'm over this blood alcohol content; its enactment as the limit in all 50 states has saved many lives .08
#5873, aired 2010-03-10WRITE ON, TOM! $2000: This ex-head of Homeland Security wrote "The Test of Our Times: America Under Siege... and How We Can Be Safe Again" Tom Ridge
#5872, aired 2010-03-09BIG ACTORS, SMALL ROLES $2000: This 1987 film finds Dennis Quaid as a shrunken test pilot mistakenly injected into Martin Short's body Innerspace
#5869, aired 2010-03-0421st CENTURY CINEMA $800: Here's a Rorschach test: Jackie Earle Haley said, "Politicians will... shout 'Save us!' & I'll whisper 'No'" in this film Watchmen
#5867, aired 2010-03-02WHERE AM I? $1600: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from amongst rocket fuel tanks.) Kennedy Space Center is in Florida; I'm in this state, at NASA's White Sands test facility New Mexico
#5849, aired 2010-02-04OFF TO GRAD SCHOOL $400: Study up for your GRE, short for this test; you're probably not hittin' grad school without it Graduate Record Exam
#5824, aired 2009-12-31GOOD HOUSEKEEPING $400: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from inside the Good Housekeeping Institute in New York.) Fabrics are put through tens of thousands of cycles through a Wyzenbeek machine, which measures abrasion; that's a good test for this lasting quality from the Latin for 'hard' endurance (durability accepted)
#5788, aired 2009-11-11AMERICAN IDLE 2009 $1000: Following a stress test, this large U.S. bank was told by regulators that it needed to raise $34 billion Bank of America
#5785, aired 2009-11-06THE TEENS $600: In California, it's the minimum age at which you can take a driver's road test 16
#5781, aired 2009-11-02iPHONE APPS $600: Several apps are available to test this, IQ for short the intelligence quotient
#5772, aired 2009-10-20FAMOUS TRIALS $400: (Jack Ford delivers the clue.) A high school football coach as well as biology teacher, he volunteered to be the defendant in what became a world-famous test case on evolution (John) Scopes
#5768, aired 2009-10-14THE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR CHRONICLES $800: In 1984 O'Connor laid down an "endorsement" test--if the govt. endorses religion it violates this amendment the First Amendment
#5760, aired 2009-10-02BABY LOVE $400: This test uses high-frequency waves to provide images of the developing baby a sonogram (or ultrasound)
#5740, aired 2009-07-17LET'S GO TO A THEME PARK $2000: Whee! Test Track, one of Disney World's fastest rides, is in this park with a 5-letter name Epcot
#5737, aired 2009-07-14KIDS' TV $1000: An 11-year-old boy is the guinea pig for his genius twin sisters on this Cartoon Network show Johnny Test
#5723, aired 2009-06-24SO YOU THINK YOU CAN FRANCE $1000: With the 1960 test of Gerboise Bleue, France became the fourth of these, joining the U.S., U.S.S.R. & U.K. a nuclear power
#5698, aired 2009-05-20"ROAD" TEST $200: This bird-brain starred in such cartoons as "Zipping Along", "The Wild Chase", &, of course, "Beep Beep" the Road Runner
#5698, aired 2009-05-20ROAD TEST $400: Traverse the Seward Highway in this state & you'll find some of the best fishing in America Alaska
#5698, aired 2009-05-20"ROAD" TEST $400: You're driving in 2 lanes! That makes you one of these highway swine a road hog
#5698, aired 2009-05-20"ROAD" TEST $600: June 2 is the national day for this ice cream flavor Rocky Road
#5698, aired 2009-05-20ROAD TEST $800: John D. Rockefeller Jr. financed miles & miles of beautiful carriage roads in this state's Acadia National Park Maine
#5698, aired 2009-05-20"ROAD" TEST $800: When a Broadway show is touring, it's said to be this 3-word phrase, also a 1957 novel on the road
#5698, aired 2009-05-20"ROAD" TEST $1000: "Mad Max" fans know this trendy term for a person who makes frequent business trips a road warrior
#5698, aired 2009-05-20ROAD TEST $1200: The Trail of the Mountain Spirits scenic byway winds past Wild Horse Mesa & Gila Hot Springs in this state New Mexico
#5698, aired 2009-05-20ROAD TEST $1600: Kipling wrote, "on the road to" this place, "where the flyin' fishes play" Mandalay
#5698, aired 2009-05-20ROAD TEST $2000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a map of Asia on the monitor.) Much more than fabric traveled on this caravan route that started in Chang'an, China, & ended in modern-day Lebanon The Silk Road
#5696, aired 2009-05-18THE NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNISTS $2000: (I'm Nicholas Kristof.) In 2008 I wrote that Obama's most difficult international test could be this Asian "country with 170 million people and up to 60 nuclear weapons (which) may be collapsing" Pakistan
#5690, aired 2009-05-08WORD ORIGINS $1600: From the Latin for "much writing", it's another name for a lie detector test a polygraph
#5684, aired 2009-04-30YOU'RE A JEOPARDY! FAN IF… $200: A citizenship test asks for these 3 enemy countries of the U.S. in WWII & all you hear is "Da-da-da-da…" Germany, Italy & Japan
#5678, aired 2009-04-22"IQ" TEST $400: They're decorative objects from the past like furniture, glass & ceramics that people collect antiques
#5678, aired 2009-04-22"IQ" TEST $800: It's a tightly wound bandage, used to stop severe bleeding a tourniquet
#5678, aired 2009-04-22"IQ" TEST $1200: A special aura; Betty Friedan's was a "Feminine" one mystique
#5678, aired 2009-04-22"IQ" TEST $1600: We assume you know it's French for a nickname or assumed name sobriquet
#5678, aired 2009-04-22"IQ" TEST $2000: Maputo is the capital & largest city of this country Mozambique
#5666, aired 2009-04-062 "B" OR NOT 2 "B" $800: 2 "B": A biblical test word, or a distinctive characteristic a shibboleth
#5662, aired 2009-03-31HEALTH & MEDICINE $400: Women should have this test regularly to screen for cervical cancer the Pap test
#5636, aired 2009-02-23TYPING TEST $200: Of the letters in the bottom row, the last alphabetically Z
#5636, aired 2009-02-23TYPING TEST $400: Of the letters in the bottom row, the second-to-last alphabetically X
#5636, aired 2009-02-23TYPING TEST $600: In the top row, the pronoun formed by the letters between "Q" & "R" we
#5636, aired 2009-02-23TYPING TEST $800: In the top row, the third & fourth letters from the left spell this part of a hospital ER
#5636, aired 2009-02-23TYPING TEST $1000: Of the letters in the home row, it's the only vowel A
#5632, aired 2009-02-17MEDICAL MILESTONES $200: Louise Brown, the first human conceived by in vitro fertilization, is better known as the 1st this "baby" test tube baby
#5591, aired 2008-12-22SCIENCE & NATURE $1200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew experiments in the Babcock Hall Dairy Plant.) The Babcock test, invented here at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, uses this potent non-potable, H2SO4, to dissolve everything in milk except the fat, so the fat content can be measured sulfuric acid
#5585, aired 2008-12-122008 NATIONAL SPELLING BEE WORDS $800 (Daily Double): It was on to the next round after a correct spelling of this name that's associated with the inkblot test R-O-R-S-C-H-A-C-H
#5578, aired 2008-12-03BRAND NAMES $400: In the 1950s Victor Mills used his grandkids as test subjects when he created this brand of disposable diapers Pampers
#5542, aired 2008-10-14EXPLOSIVES $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from an explosive test site at the New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology.) Explosives deal effectively with rock; that's why this industry is the no. 1 U.S. civilian user of them, with West Virginia among the top consuming states coal mining
#5538, aired 2008-10-08HAVE YOU BEEN TESTED? $200: This test used on pregnant women is also called a sonogram an ultrasound
#5538, aired 2008-10-08HAVE YOU BEEN TESTED? $400: Consumer Reports' braking test measures how fast a car goes from this to this--the reverse of its acceleration test 60 to 0
#5538, aired 2008-10-08HAVE YOU BEEN TESTED? $600: 140 is scary high on the Stanford-Binet version of this test the IQ test
#5538, aired 2008-10-08HAVE YOU BEEN TESTED? $800: The Hardy-Rand-Rittler test checks for this optical defect mostly observed in men colorblindness
#5538, aired 2008-10-08HAVE YOU BEEN TESTED? $1000: Abbreviated NTBT, this 1963 treaty was signed by the U.S., the USSR & the U.K. the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
#5517, aired 2008-09-09BRING THE PAIN $1000: (Sarah undergoes a test at the Stanford University Pain Mgmt Ctr in Menlo Park, CA.) Tests with electrodes help evaluate this type of drug from the Greek for "painlessness"; the Human Pain Laboratory needs volunteers if you're interested analgesic
#5475, aired 2008-05-303-LETTER ABBREV. $600: (Jon of he Clue Crew delivers the clue from White Sands NASA Test Facility in New Mexico.) Used to test propellants & explosives, NASA's White Sands High Energy Blast Facility can withstand blasts of 500 pounds of trinitrotoluene, also known by this 3-letter term TNT
#5470, aired 2008-05-23SPELLBOUND $2000: These 2 letters together sound like a long test answer you write out for school "SA" (essay)
#5455, aired 2008-05-02SCIENCE GUYS $400: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the NASA White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico.) To develop U.S. rockets like the Redstone, many German scientists were brought to America after World War II, including this chief designer of the Saturn V (Wernher) von Braun
#5447, aired 2008-04-22PSYCHOLOGY $2000: A psychologist at Stanford University devised a new intelligence test based on the work of this Frenchman (Alfred) Binet
#5446, aired 2008-04-21RHYME QUEST $200: A final, as in a final exam a test
#5442, aired 2008-04-15WORDS IN AMERICA $200: To study intensely at the last minute for a test cram
#5431, aired 2008-03-31MEDICAL TALK $400: To test for visual acuity, the Snellen chart is designed to be read from this many feet away 20
#5409, aired 2008-02-28MEDICINE MEN & WOMEN $1200: This German bacteriologist developed a test for syphilis & an inoculation for tetanus Wasserman
#5399, aired 2008-02-14A MILITARY CAREER $400: In the Air Force, it's the person who flies planes to try them out; there's a school for them at Edwards AFB a test pilot
#5386, aired 2008-01-28MISSILES $400: (Jon of the Clue Crew reports from NASA White Sands test facility in New Mexico.) During the first Gulf War, these missiles & their launchers were successfully used to intercept Iraqi ballistic missiles Patriot missiles
#5386, aired 2008-01-28MISSILES $1200: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reads from inside a museum display at NASA White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico.) With a range of about 3 miles, these highly portable missiles & their launchers proved decisive for the Afghans against Russian helicopters in the 1980s Stinger missiles
#5365, aired 2007-12-28MULTIPLE CHOICE $1000: Of the U.S., Tonga or Canada, the one that never signed the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Tonga
#5357, aired 2007-12-18IS THIS HEAVEN? $800: Motor Trend said this car company's 380-hp Testarossa could hit 60 mph in 5.29 seconds; a test drive could be fun Ferrari
#5350, aired 2007-12-07TESTING, TESTING $200: In 1963 the U.S., USSR & U.K. agreed not to test these aboveground nuclear weapons
#5350, aired 2007-12-07TESTING, TESTING $800: In A.I.'s Turing Test, a person asks questions of 2 subjects & has to determine which one is not human but this a computer
#5350, aired 2007-12-07TESTING, TESTING $1000: This 5-letter test restricts government programs to those in the direst financial need the means test
#5342, aired 2007-11-27THE NEW MEXICO DESERT $1,000 (Daily Double): (Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from the White Sands National Monument.) On July 16, 1945 the world's first test of an atomic weapon took place in the desert of New Mexico; J. Robert Oppenheimer gave the site this code name Trinity
#5342, aired 2007-11-27THE NEW MEXICO DESERT $1000: (Jon of the Clue Crew reports from the White Sands NASA Test Facility.) On the third space shuttle mission, NASA found that it does rain in Southern California, so the March 30, 1982 landing of this original orbiter was moved here to White Sands Columbia
#5341, aired 2007-11-26RAJAS $1600: This state whose name begins with "Rajas" was the site of India's first nuclear test in 1974 Rajasthan
#5340, aired 2007-11-23WORDS WITHIN WORDS $600: It's time for an intradermal allergy test when this type of person who deals in furs or beads starts sneezing trader (in intradermal)
#5324, aired 2007-11-01DOCTORIN' $1,000 (Daily Double): The air puff test, a measure of eye pressure, is used to diagnose this condition glaucoma
#5312, aired 2007-10-16HODGEPODGE $800: (Jon of the Clue Crew zaps some styrofoam peanuts with liquid from a test tube in the Jeopardy! science lab.) You might think styrofoam peanuts are hard to get rid of, but they can be dissolved using this solvent, the same one found in nail polish remover acetone
#5306, aired 2007-10-08SCIENCE $2000: (Jon of the Clue Crew reports from a large water tank at Texas A&M.) To test deep water structures, the wave tank generates waves, wind & this water flow, from the Latin for "running" currents
#5299, aired 2007-09-27CONSUMER REPORTS ROAD TEST $400: (Jon of the Clue Crew reports from the Consumer Reports road test facility.) Consumer Reports checks out how well a car stops when its wheels are on different surfaces with its "split-mu" area, mu standing for coefficient of this friction
#5299, aired 2007-09-27CONSUMER REPORTS ROAD TEST $800: Mileage tests show that these, using gas & electric power, deliver the best mileage of any 5-passenger cars hybrids
#5299, aired 2007-09-27CONSUMER REPORTS ROAD TEST $1200: (Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from the Consumer Reports road test facility.) Among Consumer Reports' testing criteria is axle articulation, how well the wheels maintain this, from the Latin for "pull over rocky terrain" traction
#5299, aired 2007-09-27CONSUMER REPORTS ROAD TEST $1600: Ja wohl! Consumer Reports in 2007 said this brand's GL450 is the top large SUV Mercedes-Benz
#5299, aired 2007-09-27CONSUMER REPORTS ROAD TEST $2000: (Jon of the Clue Crew reports from the Consumer Reports road test facility.) To see how the car handles without it, Consumer Reports has disabled a system becoming standard on U.S. autos, ESC, electronic this control stability
#5297, aired 2007-09-25OLIVE OIL $600: Here's a pH test-- all olive oils are graded in accordance with the degree of this they contain (lower is better) acidity
#5277, aired 2007-07-17GETTING TESTY $200: Each state has its own version of this test, & in most cases, you have to pass it to practice law the bar exam
#5277, aired 2007-07-17GETTING TESTY $600: To join this organization, you have to score in the upper 2% of the general population on an IQ test Mensa
#5277, aired 2007-07-17GETTING TESTY $800: The psychological test named for this Swiss man involves looking at pictures similar to the one seen here a Rorschach test
#5277, aired 2007-07-17GETTING TESTY $1000: For the U.S. citizenship test, you should know things like the Constitution was written in this year 1787
#5238, aired 2007-05-23"WORD" PLAY $4,000 (Daily Double): Psychological "test" of verbal stimuli given to induce revelatory verbal responses word association
#5216, aired 2007-04-234-SYLLABLE WORDS $1600: The word for this type of test you may run on your computer comes from the Greek for "to know" a diagnostic
#5198, aired 2007-03-28"C" POTPOURRI $1200: A parliamentary motion to test support for the government is a vote of this; if the gov't loses, a vote of "no" this confidence
#5185, aired 2007-03-09IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED... $200: His first screen test brought the verdict "Can't act. Slightly bald. Can dance a little" Fred Astaire
#5185, aired 2007-03-09ON THE "TELE" $400: Partly from a word for an endurance test, it's a broadcast that's an appeal for charitable donations a telethon
#5182, aired 2007-03-06CONSUMER REPORTS $1200: (Sarah of the Clue Crew is a (child safety) gate crasher at Consumer Reports in Yonkers, NY.) Child safety gates get both the dynamic test & this opposite type with a six letter name that uses 100 pounds of horizontal force for 10 seconds static
#5182, aired 2007-03-06CONSUMER REPORTS $1600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands in Consumer Reports' anachoic chamber in Yonkers, NY.) Measurements at 416 points test speakers with this type of noise, a wide band signal; its name comes from being halfway between red & white noise pink noise
#5182, aired 2007-03-06CONSUMER REPORTS $2,000 (Daily Double): (Sarah of the Clue Crew strolls through the Consumer Reports stroller testing lab in Yonkers, NY.) At Consumer Reports, strollers take 50,000 bumpy rolls to test durability; then plastic gets checked for this weakness in material resulting from stress, from the French for "tire" fatigue
#5173, aired 2007-02-21ROGUE $400: The U.S. condemned this country's October 2006 nuclear test as a "provocative act" North Korea
#5132, aired 2006-12-26ANAGRAMMED CABINET DEPARTMENTS $400: A TEST State
#5118, aired 2006-12-06DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES $2,000 (Daily Double): It's the "P" in PFT, a function test that measures air capacity, among other things pulmonary
#5117, aired 2006-12-05WORLD LEADERS $600: In 2006 his Taepodong missile test had us wondering about looking for fallout shelters Kim Jong-il
#5113, aired 2006-11-29DOCTOR! $400: In 1954 440,000 schoolchildren became guinea pigs in a test of his polio vaccine Salk
#5112, aired 2006-11-28WORLD HERSTORY $500 (Daily Double): On June 16, 1963 she became the first person to achieve Earth orbit who had never been a test pilot (Valentina) Tereshkova
#5104, aired 2006-11-16WHAT A STATE I'M IN $800: I feel so hot when I'm in this state, especially after I gamble & visit Yucca Flat during a nuclear weapons test Nevada
#5095, aired 2006-11-03IDIOMS $800: "Ballon d'essai" is the French equivalent of this, sent up to test people's reaction trial balloon
#5093, aired 2006-11-01A VISIT WITH SHERLOCK HOLMES $1600: When Watson met Holmes in a lab, Holmes explained his test for this pigment--it could have decided several cases hemoglobin
#5085, aired 2006-10-20THE NASTY CRITIC REVIEWS THE 19th CENTURY $800: In 1843 Congress granted $30,000 for a line to test his new telegraph; finally, some brilliance in the competition! Morse
#5081, aired 2006-10-16DISGUISE THE LIMIT $2000: Gugilemo & Ferrando gussy up as Albanians to test their finacees' fidelity in his opera "Cosi fan tutte" Mozart
#5066, aired 2006-09-25THE REAL ESTATE SECTION $1000: Egypt: 240-ft.-long, 66-ft.-high landmark! Its limestone stands test of time! No nose is good nose! the Sphinx
#5014, aired 2006-06-01"B-I" $1600: The first peacetime atomic weapons test was conducted here on July 1, 1946 Bikini Atoll
#5012, aired 2006-05-30WEAPONS $200: This weapon that vaporized an island in a Nov. 1, 1952 test was Edward Teller's brainchild the hydrogen bomb
#4998, aired 2006-05-10WHEN AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS ATTACK $600: This aquatic animal's bill senses electrical fields; a 1980s test found it attacked a 1.5 V battery 88 out of 88 times a platypus
#4988, aired 2006-04-26SCIENCE CLASS $1600: A litmus test can help you set things on this scale devised by S.P.L. Sorensen a pH scale
#4940, aired 2006-02-17SEÑOR CLASS $2,200 (Daily Double): Señor Garcia's geography test included Cabo de Buena Esperanza, which is on this continent Africa
#4924, aired 2006-01-26GRADUATE SCHOOL $2000: It's the M in GMAT, the admission test that hundreds of MBA programs require applicants to take management
#4894, aired 2005-12-15UNDER THE MICROSCOPE $1600: Needle & punch are types of this diagnostic test that removes tissue & puts it under the microscope a biopsy
#4881, aired 2005-11-28HOW'S THAT WORKING OUT FOR YOU? $400: In the Marines' men's fitness test, I can run & do crunches, but I wish they'd lower the bar for this exercise chin-ups (or pull-ups)
#4850, aired 2005-10-14VOCABULARY TEST $200: Of tardy, very happy, or full of hot air, what the word elated means very happy
#4850, aired 2005-10-14VOCABULARY TEST $400: While this word can mean a series of arches, you probably know it better as a place to play pinball & video games an arcade
#4850, aired 2005-10-14VOCABULARY TEST $600: It's the 4-letter word for the president's power to reject a bill passed by Congress veto
#4850, aired 2005-10-14VOCABULARY TEST $1000: It's the Spanish term for any of the Spanish conquerors who came to the Americas in the 1500s the conquistadores
#4850, aired 2005-10-14VOCABULARY TEST $1,600 (Daily Double): The name of this branch of math comes from 2 Greek words meaning "earth measure" geometry
#4838, aired 2005-09-28SEND IN THE MARINES $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew visits a training course at Parris Island, SC.) 10 weeks into training, recruits undergo this endurance test, hauling 54 lbs. of gear; it's named for a metal melting vessel the Crucible
#4832, aired 2005-09-20LYRICALLY YOURS $600: In 1986, Sammy Hagar wailed, "Only time will tell if we stand the test of time" when he was this band's lead singer Van Halen
#4824, aired 2005-07-21"EQ" TEST $200: Perhaps the Line Islands of Kiribati are so-named because they straddle this the Equator
#4824, aired 2005-07-21"EQ" TEST $400: The value of a piece of property over and above any mortgage or liabilities equity
#4824, aired 2005-07-21"EQ" TEST $600: Situated at the same range from 2 places or points equidistant
#4824, aired 2005-07-21"EQ" TEST $800: To deliberately speak ambiguously in order to mislead equivocate
#4824, aired 2005-07-21"EQ" TEST $1,400 (Daily Double): (Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers a corker from the top secret Jeopardy! science lab.) A bottle under pressure is in this state--opening it breaks that state, & the CO2 forms bubbles equilibrium
#4780, aired 2005-05-20TIME FOR A "CON"TEST $200: Among the jet-setters to catch a final ride on this in 2003 were Joan Collins & Christie Brinkley the Concorde
#4780, aired 2005-05-20TIME FOR A "CON"TEST $400: Food cooks quicker & more evenly in this type of oven that has a fan to circulate the hot air a convection oven
#4780, aired 2005-05-20TIME FOR A "CON"TEST $600: Around 500 B.C. he said, "With coarse rice to eat... and my bended arm for a pillow... I still have joy" Confucius
#4780, aired 2005-05-20TIME FOR A "CON"TEST $800: On my honor, he wrote "Prizzi's Honor" & "The Manchurian Candidate" (Richard) Condon
#4780, aired 2005-05-20TIME FOR A "CON"TEST $1000: Though it possibly dates from the 16th century, the origin of this word for a punny riddle is a mystery in itself conundrum
#4777, aired 2005-05-17MED. ABBREV. $600: The P in a PSA test, used to detect cancer in men, stands for this prostate
#4773, aired 2005-05-11CNN 25: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY $1200: In 1991, 8 entered this replica of the Earth's ecosystem to test the feasibility of a self-contained space colony the Biosphere
#4769, aired 2005-05-051 FOR THE PRICE OF 2 $1000: Alfred & Helen Free developed a "dip & read" test so diabetics could check the level of this sugar in their blood glucose
#4765, aired 2005-04-29THE NAME OF THE GAME $600: Test your memory of skits like "Samurai Delicatessen" in this game's "SNL" DVD edition Trivial Pursuit
#4712, aired 2005-02-15EVERYTHING HAS A NAME $1600: This term for a plug that closes off a test tube can also mean a baseball team's most reliable pitcher a stopper
#4707, aired 2005-02-08MAKEUP TEST $200: Space aliens must love the Rocket City lip duo called Take Me to Your this Leader
#4707, aired 2005-02-08MAKEUP TEST $400: Of Pinkie Swear, Purple Fox or Peachy Keen, the cosmetics line created with teenage girls in mind Pinkie Swear
#4707, aired 2005-02-08MAKEUP TEST $600: Mmm! Urban Decay makes a body shimmer powder that smells & tastes like this campfire treat a roasted marshmallow
#4707, aired 2005-02-08MAKEUP TEST $800: Sephora's Arch It kit for these includes stencils to make them look natural or dramatic eyebrows
#4707, aired 2005-02-08MAKEUP TEST $1000: Hard Candy's Glitter Lash Freak type of this has shards of silver micro glitter mascara
#4667, aired 2004-12-14TOM WOLFE $2000: It's Wolfe's 1968 book about Ken Kesey & friends' cross-country journey The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test
#4665, aired 2004-12-10THE U.S. CONSTITUTION $600: Article VI says no test of this kind shall ever be required as a qualification for office... Amen! a religious test
#4661, aired 2004-12-06DWAT DAT WABBIT! $200: At U. Penn in the '30s, long before PETA, Maurice Friedman devised the "rabbit test" to check for this pregnancy
#4646, aired 2004-11-15RHYME TIME $1200: A no-no during a test, this item is covered with notes and instructions a cheat sheet
#4629, aired 2004-10-21GOING TO THE DOCTOR $200: If eggs give you hives, doc will do a skin test to see if you have one of these, an abnormal reaction to something an allergy
#4627, aired 2004-10-19VOCABULARY TEST $400: The name of this day of the week honors Thor, the Norse god of thunder Thursday
#4627, aired 2004-10-19VOCABULARY TEST $800: This word for another person's life story comes from Greek words meaning "life" & "written" biography
#4627, aired 2004-10-19VOCABULARY TEST $1200: Call it a tadpole or call it this 8-letter word, it's still a newly hatched frog pollywog
#4627, aired 2004-10-19VOCABULARY TEST $1600: Adjectives describe nouns & pronouns; these words, like very & quickly, can modify adjectives & verbs adverbs
#4627, aired 2004-10-19VOCABULARY TEST $2000: This word means paralyzed by fear or turned to stone, like a forest that's a National Park in Arizona petrified
#4597, aired 2004-09-07DOC TALK $800: This is the common name for a lumbar puncture, used to test for meningitis a spinal tap
#4594, aired 2004-07-22SEDIMENTARY ROCK $1000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew dissolves a piece of rock in a chemistry experiment.) With diluted hydrochloric acid, you can test for this rock; the acid reacts with the calcite to form CO2 limestone
#4583, aired 2004-07-07BROWN $1000: Because of the way she was conceived, Louise Brown is known as this alliterative type of baby test tube
#4581, aired 2004-07-05WE'RE IN BUSINESS $2000: Starting as a New York Regents Exam tutor, he built an empire on standardized test preparation Stanley Kaplan
#4571, aired 2004-06-21PRESCRIPTION DRUGS $2000: "I feel that others would be better off if I were dead" is part of a self-test on this Eli Lilly drug's website Prozac
#4549, aired 2004-05-20PLACES TO GO $1200: Visitors like to stop & smell the new roses at the International Rose Test Garden in this Northwest city Portland
#4539, aired 2004-05-06MATH CLASS $1600: If you get 12 questions right out of the 20 on your history test, you got this percent correct 60
#4538, aired 2004-05-05VOCABULARY TEST $400: The word hankie is short for this; now wipe your nose handkerchief
#4538, aired 2004-05-05VOCABULARY TEST $800: Rearrange the letters in adobe to come up with this word for a home abode
#4538, aired 2004-05-05VOCABULARY TEST $1200: Pronounced one way, it's an injury; pronounced another, it can mean turned & tightened, like certain clocks wound
#4538, aired 2004-05-05VOCABULARY TEST $1600: It can mean to scrape the surface of the skin, or to feed out in the pasture graze
#4538, aired 2004-05-05VOCABULARY TEST $2000: Spelled differenty, it can be a daisy, or a baking ingredient flower
#4528, aired 2004-04-21TOO MUCH TIME ON THEIR HANDS $2000: It took 5 days in 2003 for India to beat Australia in its first test match victory in Australia in this sport in 22 years cricket
#4509, aired 2004-03-25NOTABLE WOMEN $400: Dorothy Hansine Andersen identified this disease abbreviated CF & devised a test to diagnose it cystic fibrosis
#4491, aired 2004-03-01"D" DAY $200: Throughout their history, mannequins have also been known as these, like today's crash test mannequins dummies
#4491, aired 2004-03-01BMW $1200: (Cheryl) With test flights in the early 1940s, BMW pioneered this radical type of engine the jet engine
#4471, aired 2004-02-02TV PILOTS $400: On this series test pilot Steve Austin is critically injured in a plane crash The Six Million Dollar Man
#4467, aired 2004-01-27ALL ABOUT ELEPHANTS $1000: Popular claim about elephants that Rensch & Altevogt proved using the same test on 1 elephant 32 years apart that they never forget
#4441, aired 2003-12-22TEST YOUR SNOW HOW $200: One of these Inuit dwellings can be made out of sod or wood, as well as snow an igloo
#4441, aired 2003-12-22TEST YOUR SNOW HOW $400: For a snowstorm to be called one of these, it must have winds higher than 32 mph for 3 hours or longer a blizzard
#4441, aired 2003-12-22TEST YOUR SNOW HOW $600: Around 1800 Barry, a dog of this breed, saved more than 40 people trapped in the snow in the Swiss Alps St. Bernard
#4441, aired 2003-12-22TEST YOUR SNOW HOW $800: (Video of Sofia in Squaw Valley, CA) Most snowflakes are basically symmetrical, and have this many sides 6
#4441, aired 2003-12-22TEST YOUR SNOW HOW $1000: This hare with a white winter coat is named for its large feet that help it get around in winter snow the snowshoe hare
#4434, aired 2003-12-11I-I-I-I $1200: In this early '90s video game by Sid Meier, you built "an empire to stand the test of time" Civilization
#4415, aired 2003-11-14SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC $600: As a car, this constellation with more than a dozen stars has a 5-star front crash test rating Taurus
#4415, aired 2003-11-14LATIN $2000: "In situ" means "in place"; this opposite phrase means "in glass", like a test tube, & often precedes "fertilization" in vitro
#4412, aired 2003-11-11SMART ANSWERS $400: Psychologist Lewis Terman thought someone scoring over 140 on an IQ test could qualify as one of these a genius
#4377, aired 2003-09-23EASY SPANISH $800: If you took a Spanish test & scored ciento por ciento, you got this amount right a hundred percent
#4363, aired 2003-07-161867 $200: In 1867 Charles Weller created the phrase "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party" to test this typewriter
#4341, aired 2003-06-16THE REEL WORLD $600: 1991: "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti" The Silence of the Lambs
#4339, aired 2003-06-12A BEASTLY CATEGORY $400: Once used to determine whether a woman was pregnant, the Friedman Test is also known as this test rabbit test
#4333, aired 2003-06-04OH, GOOD GODDARD! $2000: To prove Newton's Third Law worked in space, Goddard built one of these in his lab to test his rockets in vacuum
#4311, aired 2003-05-05GNOME-ENCLATURE $600: This man gave final approval to the "Project Gnome" Dec. 1961 test detonation of a 3-kiloton nuclear device John F. Kennedy
#4286, aired 2003-03-31MEDICAL ABBREV. $2000: A test used to diagnose diabetes: FBS (please, no eating or drinking after midnight) fasting blood sugar
#4285, aired 2003-03-28ORGANIZATIONS $1000: The Association of American Medical Colleges administers this, on which would-be doctors need to score high MCAT (Medical College Admission Test)
#4243, aired 2003-01-29ICH BIN EIN BERLINER $2000: This Berliner developed a cholera inoculation but is best known for his syphilis test August von Wassermann
#4238, aired 2003-01-22SPORTS NAME SPELLING $400: Dale, who drove car No. 3 E-A-R-N-H-A-R-D-T
#4237, aired 2003-01-21HEALTH MATTERS $800: More accurate than a tine test, the Mantoux skin test is used for screening & diagnosing this infectious disease tuberculosis
#4234, aired 2003-01-16"Z" END $400: Get out your No. 2 pencils, it's time for this short, written test pop quiz
#4234, aired 2003-01-16FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $400: The U.S. Supreme Court is made up of this many justices 9
#4234, aired 2003-01-16FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $800: The 3 branches of the U.S. federal government Executive, Judicial & Legislative
#4234, aired 2003-01-16FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $1200: Total number of voting members in the House of Representatives 435
#4234, aired 2003-01-16FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $1600: When needed, it has the power to declare war upon other nations Congress
#4234, aired 2003-01-16FROM THE U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST $2000: It's the year in which the U.S. Constitution was written 1787
#4226, aired 2003-01-06VOCABULARY TEST $200: Term for a female goat or for someone who takes care of kids nanny
#4226, aired 2003-01-06VOCABULARY TEST $400: Originally a farmer who lived nearby, now it's any nearby resident, especially one right next door neighbor
#4226, aired 2003-01-06VOCABULARY TEST $600: In math the radius of a circle is half of the line called this diameter
#4226, aired 2003-01-06VOCABULARY TEST $800: It's what we call the northern or southern half of the Earth, as divided by the equator hemisphere
#4226, aired 2003-01-06VOCABULARY TEST $1000: While a synonym has the same meaning as another word, this is a word that means just the opposite antonym
#4225, aired 2003-01-03MEDICINE $600: Use of this test developed by a Greek-born U.S. physician has reduced the death rate from cancer of the cervix Pap smear
#4223, aired 2003-01-01ROCKET MAN $600: His job as a test subject for space sickness on a 1985 shuttle flight got him dubbed "Barfin' Jake" in "Doonesbury" Senator Jake Garn
#4219, aired 2002-12-26RE-UP $2000: Strengthen, or give your psychological test subject a reward for a desired response reinforce
#4207, aired 2002-12-10MEMORY TEST $200: Give me a Q! Mozart's work, Kochel No. 515, is one of these for 2 violins, 2 violas & cello quintet
#4207, aired 2002-12-10MEMORY TEST $400: Give me a U! If you understand things right away, you're "quick on" this the uptake
#4207, aired 2002-12-10MEMORY TEST $600: Give me an I! It's a surge of electrical power, or a sudden desire impulse
#4207, aired 2002-12-10MEMORY TEST $800: Give me a Z! Around 1700, Arabs took over this island, later to merge with Tanganyika Zanzibar
#4195, aired 2002-11-22BIBLE HEROES $800: In the Old Testament, God allows Satan to afflict this man in order to test his faith Job
#4193, aired 2002-11-20BIOLOGY TEST $200: The viceroy butterfly looking like the monarch is: (A) mimicry (B) puppetry (C) chicory (D) rabbitry mimicry
#4193, aired 2002-11-20BIOLOGY TEST $400: The only hormone that can lower blood sugar is: (A) epinephrine (B) glucagon (C) thyroxine (D) insulin insulin
#4193, aired 2002-11-20BIOLOGY TEST $600: A Venus's Flytrap is considered: (A) aluminous (B) bigamous (C) carnivorous (D) decamerous carnivorous
#4193, aired 2002-11-20BIOLOGY TEST $800: Gills are not a feature on: (A) manatees (B) sharks (C) mushrooms (D) sand dollars manatees
#4193, aired 2002-11-20BIOLOGY TEST $1000: Experiencing piloerection you have: (A) hemorrhoids (B) razor stubble (C) goose bumps (D) bed hair goose bumps
#4179, aired 2002-10-31MEDICAL ABBREV. $1000: Useful lab test which can detect infections, anemia, etc.: CBC complete blood count
#4172, aired 2002-10-22TEST YOUR SHORT TERM MEMORY $200: This short term for naturally occuring liquid hydrocarbons is found before "slick" & "well" oil
#4172, aired 2002-10-22TEST YOUR SHORT TERM MEMORY $400: It's the short term for the diving hazard decompression sickness bends
#4172, aired 2002-10-22TEST YOUR SHORT TERM MEMORY $600: The "Legal Thesaurus" lists charlatanism & false representation under this 5-letter word fraud
#4172, aired 2002-10-22TEST YOUR SHORT TERM MEMORY $800: One-syllable short term that's the equivalent of "Vicar of Christ" pope
#4172, aired 2002-10-22TEST YOUR SHORT TERM MEMORY $1000: As the last name of Jack, "tiny ice crystal covering" doesn't sound as good as this short term Frost
#4168, aired 2002-10-16PAPER $400: The test named for this chemical paper has one decisive factor litmus paper
#4145, aired 2002-09-13GEOLOGY TEST $400: One estimate says there are about 326 million cubic miles of this compound in, on & above the Earth water
#4145, aired 2002-09-13GEOLOGY TEST $800: It runs from the Gulf of California to the Gorda Ridge off Oregon between the North American & Pacific plates San Andreas Fault
#4145, aired 2002-09-13GEOLOGY TEST $1200: BMW engineers are working out the kinks to use this most abundant element in the universe as an auto fuel hydrogen
#4145, aired 2002-09-13GEOLOGY TEST $1600: Calcium bicarbonate from this, the most abundant soluble rock, is used by sea creatures in forming shells limestone
#4145, aired 2002-09-13GEOLOGY TEST $2000: Deposits inside these are called speleothems & include stalactites & stalagmites caves
#4135, aired 2002-07-19BE WELL $400: A test of this fluid may determine if a person has leukemia or anemia blood
#4135, aired 2002-07-19BE WELL $1200: Hand-held device used in the performance of a pupillary reflex response test a flashlight (ophthalmoscope)
#4106, aired 2002-06-10TUBES $600: Every little breeze seems to whisper the name of this first test tube baby Louise (Brown)
#4094, aired 2002-05-23BADA BOOM! $1600: During an atomic bomb test at this atoll in 1946 the U.S. sank the Nagato, a Japanese ship confiscated during WWII Bikini
#4048, aired 2002-03-20CLIP ART $400: Test being administered here a sobriety test
#4029, aired 2002-02-21SAY THE MAGIC "WORD" $2000: If I say it's a test where you're given a verbal stimulus to which a verbal response is needed, you say it's this word association
#4022, aired 2002-02-12CLASS ACTIONS $200: A test given without notice; it sounds like it could cover Coke & Pepsi a pop quiz
#4016, aired 2002-02-04GOING TO COLLEGE $1000: 800,000 people a year take this high school equivalency test a GED
#3999, aired 2002-01-10GONNA FLY NOW $1200: On December 31, 1968 this country's Tupolev Tu-144 became the first supersonic transport plane to be test flown USSR
#3973, aired 2001-12-05MOVIE TRAILERS $400: The "Vegas" edition of this Chevy Chase movie series features a trailer home on an H-bomb test site National Lampoon's Vacation
#3950, aired 2001-11-02ALL-AMERICAN FOLKS $1000: A California Air Force base is named for this man, a test pilot & an excellent dancer & apple pie baker Glen Edwards
#3942, aired 2001-10-23HISTORY TEST $100: The Spanish version of this judicial body was set up in 1478; the Roman one, in 1542 the Inquisition
#3942, aired 2001-10-23HISTORY TEST $200: In 1848 this U.S.-Mexico peace treaty was signed not far from the Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
#3942, aired 2001-10-23HISTORY TEST $300: The Boxer Protocol, signed in September 1901, forced this country to pay about $330 million China
#3942, aired 2001-10-23HISTORY TEST $500: Vermeer's view of this city dates from a few years after its devastating powder magazine explosion Delft
#3942, aired 2001-10-23HISTORY TEST $900 (Daily Double): This ship left Tahiti April 4, 1789, apparently to the regret of many of the crew the Bounty
#3931, aired 2001-10-08THE HISTORY OF INDIA $300: After a 1998 nuclear test, this country's prime minister said, "We have evened the score with India" Pakistan
#3902, aired 2001-07-17THAT'S SICK! $500: Without using a "diph"stick, the Schick test can tell if you've had a close shave with this disease diphtheria
#3901, aired 2001-07-16MOVIE MANIA $500: A pregnant Billy Crystal's got a bun in the oven in this 1978 film directed by Joan Rivers Rabbit Test
#3898, aired 2001-07-11TUBE TEST $200: David Janssen had a 4-year "run" in this series; Tim Daly hopes for at least that in the remake The Fugitive
#3898, aired 2001-07-11TUBE TEST $400: This spin-off spun off a show of its own, "Checking In", with Marla Gibbs continuing as Florence Johnston The Jeffersons
#3898, aired 2001-07-11TUBE TEST $600: He provides the voice for Thurgood Stubbs on "The P.J.s" Eddie Murphy
#3898, aired 2001-07-11TUBE TEST $800: "Happy Days" was spun off from a segment on this "Love"ly comedy anthology show of the '70s Love, American Style
#3898, aired 2001-07-11TUBE TEST $1000: We have to cop to the fact he created "Police Story"; "The Blue Knight" was based on one of his books Joseph Wambaugh
#3896, aired 2001-07-09____ OF ____ $500: A severe test, it's also a soldier's first time in battle baptism of fire
#3851, aired 2001-05-07DA BOMB $800: The A-bomb test site was named this, after the John Donne poem "Batter My Heart, Three-Personed God" Trinity
#3851, aired 2001-05-07DA BOMB $1000: This Los Alamos director recalled the words "Now I am become death...destroyer of worlds" during the first test J. Robert Oppenheimer
#3843, aired 2001-04-25HOLLYWOOD $800: It's not monkey business when Ronald Reagan steals a chimp to test heredity vs. environment in this comedy Bedtime for Bonzo
#3830, aired 2001-04-06SO YOU WANT TO JOIN THE LAPD $200: During the physical abilities test, this must be maintained for 30 seconds while standing on a platform Balance
#3814, aired 2001-03-15THE 1920s $200: In 1921 this Swiss psychiatrist developed his famous inkblot test Hermann Rorschach
#3786, aired 2001-02-05CITIZENSHIP TEST $100: It's the government body abbreviated CIA the Central Intelligence Agency
#3786, aired 2001-02-05CITIZENSHIP TEST $200: It was the last state to join the United States Hawaii
#3786, aired 2001-02-05CITIZENSHIP TEST $300: By law a U.S. senator's term lasts this many years 6
#3786, aired 2001-02-05CITIZENSHIP TEST $400: In 1800 the national government of the United States moved from this city to Washington, D.C. Philadelphia
#3754, aired 2000-12-21LET'S PLAY DOCTOR $200: The PSA test, given yearly to men starting at around age 50, detects this type of cancer prostate cancer
#3736, aired 2000-11-27FAMOUS FRENCHMEN $500 (Daily Double): Here's an IQ test: He was responsible for the first French psychology journal Alfred Binet
#3714, aired 2000-10-26TECHNOLOGY $800: This lifesaving device had its first live test in 1946 from a Gloster Meteor aircraft Ejection seats
#3711, aired 2000-10-23MAKE-UP TEST $200: Ballerina Julie Kent told Vogue she wears lots of the waterproof type of this instead of false eyelashes mascara
#3711, aired 2000-10-23MAKE-UP TEST $400: This shy Disney dwarf shares his name with a shade of Club Monaco's Cheek Dew Bashful
#3711, aired 2000-10-23MAKE-UP TEST $600: Madame Curie would like this shade of Urban Decay eyeliner named for a radioactive element Radium
#3711, aired 2000-10-23MAKE-UP TEST $800: The Max Factor make-up inspired by this 1999 Shakespeare film features colors like Cob Web & Mustard Seed A Midsummer Night's Dream
#3711, aired 2000-10-23MAKE-UP TEST $1,000 (Daily Double): The name of this Cristina Carlino cosmetics line is from the Greek for "love of wisdom" philosophy
#3688, aired 2000-09-20"TOUCH" ME $400: An object to test gold, or a standard by which something is judged Touchstone
#3684, aired 2000-09-14ROCK ON! $100: Test the mineral olivenite & it will leave a streak of this color Green
#3671, aired 2000-07-17MEDICINE $200: A doctor may use a hematocrit test to measure the volume of these cells red blood cells
#3665, aired 2000-07-07"Y"s GUYS $600: In 1986 this former test pilot was named to the committee investigating the Challenger disaster Chuck Yeager
#3654, aired 2000-06-22COMMUNICATION $800: The FCC has replaced this "system" that used the reassuring phrase "This is only a test" Emergency Broadcast System
#3647, aired 2000-06-13COUPLES THERAPY $500: You may test the marital waters as what the Census Bureau calls POSSLQ, persons of the opposite sex sharing these Living quarters
#3645, aired 2000-06-093-LETTER WORDS $200: You do it to "the line" or it may be dipped to test the waters Toe
#3637, aired 2000-05-30THE FOUR SEASONS $1000: "The Four Seasons" is part of a work titled "Il Cimento Dell'armonia...", "The Test of" this Harmony
#3626, aired 2000-05-15AMERICAN AUTHORS $1000: This author & his loose lifestyle were the subject of Tom Wolfe's "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" Ken Kesey
#3623, aired 2000-05-10TOUGH STUFF $1000: Translated as “Land of the Kings”, this state is home to India’s nuclear test sites & the world’s largest camel fair Rajasthan
#3616, aired 2000-05-01BALLOONS $200: One of these is "sent up" to test public opinion a trial balloon
#3606, aired 2000-04-17"IN" THE MOVIES $600: Miniaturized Navy test pilot Dennis Quaid is accidentally injected into Martin Short in this 1987 comedy Innerspace
#3605, aired 2000-04-14"IZ" IT $100: A short test Quiz
#3596, aired 2000-04-03ISLAND GROUPS $1000: The year after the atomic test on its Bikini Atoll, this group became a trusteeship of the U.S. Marshall Islands
#3594, aired 2000-03-30'77 $400: The Space Shuttle Enterprise made its first solo flight & NYC's ban on test flights of this craft was overturned Concorde
#3552, aired 2000-02-0120th CENTURY WORDS $1000: This term for a "baby" like 1978's Louise Brown was born decades before her Test tube
#3532, aired 2000-01-04MAKE-UP TEST $100: Can't get enough of this beverage? QVC sells a set of lipsticks flavored like it (luckily, they're caffeine-free) Coffee
#3532, aired 2000-01-04MAKE-UP TEST $200: Elle magazine touted harem, zucchini & cash as trendy eye shadow shades of this color Green
#3532, aired 2000-01-04MAKE-UP TEST $300: It's the last name of cosmetics queen Tova, seen here, with her famous husband: Borgnine (married to Ernest)
#3532, aired 2000-01-04MAKE-UP TEST $400: You can apply make-up to Cindy Crawford on the virtual faces section of this cosmetic company's website Revlon
#3532, aired 2000-01-04MAKE-UP TEST $500: A former make-up collection by Lancome shared its name with this Voltaire novel Candide
#3528, aired 1999-12-29TRAVEL U.S.A. $600: The International Rose Test Gardens may be the most fragrant attraction in this, Oregon's "City of Roses" Portland
#3526, aired 1999-12-27L.A. 2000 $200: On March 5, 2000 over 20,000 will wind through the streets of L.A. during this grueling 26.2 mile endurance test Los Angeles Marathon
#3513, aired 1999-12-08LET'S GET GRAPHIC $800: A print made to test the accuracy of the press, it's also "in the pudding" proof
#3489, aired 1999-11-04WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? $600: Making quiche? To test the freshness of this ingredient, put it in a bowl of water -- if it floats, it's rotten Egg
#3453, aired 1999-09-15BEFORE & AFTER $600: 1939 big screen Civil War saga that takes place in an aerodynamics test chamber Gone with the Wind Tunnel
#3452, aired 1999-09-14COMMON BONDS $100: Inner, test, toothpaste Tubes
#3420, aired 1999-06-18FATHER'S DAY $100: Sam Houston & Stephen Austin are both called the father of this; let's have a paternity test Texas
#3395, aired 1999-05-14SCIENCE FAIR $200: Dennis recreated a 1995 test & confirmed this product is 68% air Twinkies
#3395, aired 1999-05-14COLLEGE RHYME TIME $600: Time for relaxation in the middle of an exam Test rest
#3383, aired 1999-04-28KINGS & QUEENS $100: The Old Testament says she visited King Solomon in order to test him by asking him to solve several riddles the Queen of Sheba
#3378, aired 1999-04-21LITERARY SAN FRANCISCO $500: He detailed the high life in Haight-Ashbury in his '60s opus "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" Tom Wolfe
#3357, aired 1999-03-23CITIZENSHIP TEST $100: The stars on the U.S. flag represent these the 50 states
#3357, aired 1999-03-23CITIZENSHIP TEST $200: It's how the president rejects legislation passed by Congress veto
#3357, aired 1999-03-23CITIZENSHIP TEST $300: Before Al Gore, he was the last president of the Senate Dan Quayle
#3357, aired 1999-03-23CITIZENSHIP TEST $400: Title given most of the people in the president's Cabinet Secretary
#3357, aired 1999-03-23CITIZENSHIP TEST $500: Prior to 1913 senators were chosen by these bodies, not the voters state legislatures
#3354, aired 1999-03-18MR. OR MS. BROWN $1000: Born July 25, 1978, she was the world's first "Test Tube Baby" Louise Brown
#3340, aired 1999-02-26ABBREVIATIONS $100: An important high school exam: SAT Scholastic Aptitude Test
#3336, aired 1999-02-22"IQ" TEST $100: The 3 normal states of matter are solid, gas & this liquid
#3336, aired 1999-02-22"IQ" TEST $200: It's the set of rules for behaving properly in society; Miss Manners is an expert on this subject etiquette
#3336, aired 1999-02-22"IQ" TEST $300: It's a device such as a bandage twisted around a limb to control the flow of blood a tourniquet
#3336, aired 1999-02-22"IQ" TEST $400: It means highly unusual, extraordinary, one of a kind unique
#3336, aired 1999-02-22"IQ" TEST $500: Indirect, or any angle other than a right angle oblique
#3330, aired 1999-02-12HISTORY OF PASSION $200: In 1946, this Indian leader revealed he'd taken many women to bed with him over the years to test his celibacy Mahatma Gandhi
#3326, aired 1999-02-08THE USA TODAY $400: The national average is about 1,000 (500 verbal, 500 math) of a possible 1,600 on the test abbreviated this SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
#3294, aired 1998-12-24CRICKET $1000: Term for an international match, or what its players are "put to" the test
#3287, aired 1998-12-15WAR PLANES $500: It's the American bomber seen here during a '40s atomic bomb test run a B-29
#3274, aired 1998-11-26PLAYING DOCTOR $500 (Daily Double): It's the name of the fictional psychiatrist seen here: "A census taker once tried to test me... I ate his liver with some fava beans & a nice Chianti." Dr. Hannibal Lecter (The Silence of the Lambs)
#3256, aired 1998-11-02BEGINS & ENDS WITH "M" $600 (Daily Double): In a special promotion, Rite Aid pharmacies have tied this medical test to Mother's Day Mammogram
#3253, aired 1998-10-28____ AND ____ $200: If you taste-test Cortlands against Valencias, you're comparing these apples & oranges
#3217, aired 1998-09-08WELL, EXHUME ME! $500: This star of "Z" & "Jean de Florette" was exhumed in 1998 to get his DNA for a paternity test Yves Montand
#3183, aired 1998-06-03IT'S A PLANE! $100: When Lindbergh took this plane on a test flight, he set a California-to-New York speed record Spirit of St. Louis
#3183, aired 1998-06-03LOOK! $400: The card seen here is used to test for the red-green variety of this condition: Colorblindness
#3181, aired 1998-06-01REVELATION $600: Using one of these test strips will reveal the acidity & alkalinity of a solution on a scale from 1 to 14 Litmus paper
#3175, aired 1998-05-22GREEK LETTERS $1000: Computer games & programs undergo this test period to work out bugs before their final retail release beta testing
#3144, aired 1998-04-09BLOOD TEST $100: People who live at high altitudes often have thicker blood, to deliver more of this gas to body cells oxygen
#3144, aired 1998-04-09BLOOD TEST $200: Thromboses & embolisms are common causes of strokes, the interruption of the blood supply to this organ the brain
#3144, aired 1998-04-09BLOOD TEST $300: If this factor differs in a pregnant woman & her fetus, the baby's red blood cells may be damaged Rh
#3144, aired 1998-04-09BLOOD TEST $400: Doctors are again using these worms, now to remove blood clots in fingers reattached by microsurgery leeches
#3144, aired 1998-04-09BLOOD TEST $500: Type O is the universal donor; this type is considered the universal recipient AB
#3110, aired 1998-02-20MOVIE DEBUTS $200: This "City Slicker"'s film career was born with "Rabbit Test", in which he played a pregnant man Billy Crystal
#3094, aired 1998-01-29BIG MOVIES $800: Her daughter Tracy Reiner appeared as a test market researcher in her film "Big" Penny Marshall
#3091, aired 1998-01-26ENDS $500: This movie's original ending, with Glenn Close's suicide, was reshot; test audiences wanted her killed Fatal Attraction
#3086, aired 1998-01-19MEDICAL STUFF $1000: In 1913 Bela Schick developed a skin test for this disease, not for shaving diphtheria
#3067, aired 1997-12-23THE "BUCK" STOPS HERE $200: In commercials the Crash Test Dummies urge us to do this -- don't be a dummy! "Buckle Up!"
#3065, aired 1997-12-19HEALTH & MEDICINE $800: In Weber's Test of Hearing, one of these vibrating instruments is placed on the forehead tuning fork
#3057, aired 1997-12-09A JUG OF WINE $400: Until vintners learned to test sugar levels in the 19th C., half of the bottles of this French wine would explode Champagne
#3042, aired 1997-11-18"HOT" AIR $800: Recorded in 1979 by Donna Summer, it's the "hot"test hit to reach No. 1, with a 3-week stay at the top "Hot Stuff"
#3039, aired 1997-11-13MY MOM'S AN ATTORNEY $800: Mom bet me that I wouldn't do better on the SAT than she did on this legal licensing test the bar exam
#3033, aired 1997-11-05"END" AT THE BEGINNING $400: A long, hard race, like a marathon, is meant to test this in an athlete Endurance
#3025, aired 1997-10-24WORDS OF THE '60s $200: Astranette, meaning a female one of these, has not stood the test of time, or space an astronaut
#3025, aired 1997-10-24WORDS OF THE '60s $500: Term for those who rode buses to test integration in interstate travel "Freedom Riders"
#3009, aired 1997-10-02HOMOPHONIC PAIRS $1000: Totally missed the aquamarine question on a color test Blew blue
#3007, aired 1997-09-30BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $400: In the 1940s Benjamin Green used his own bald head to test this suntan lotion Coppertone
#3004, aired 1997-09-25OOPS! $200: 45,000 students' scores were raised on this test given 10/12/96 after a math question was found flawed SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
#2992, aired 1997-09-09THE BLOOD $200: Put a test tube of blood in a centrifuge, spin it, & these cells will go to the bottom Red Blood Cells
#2988, aired 1997-09-03THE MOON $300: The second named lunar mission, it crashed its module to test lunar seismography Apollo 12
#2985, aired 1997-07-18IN THE BACKYARD $200: It's a good idea to regularly test the pH & chlorine levels of the water in one of these a swimming pool
#2983, aired 1997-07-16WEIGHTS & MEASURES $400: You'd need this number of correct test answers to score a perfect "score" 20
#2962, aired 1997-06-17PSYCH 101 $500: In 1905 he & Theodore Simon devised an intelligence test for French school children Alfred Binet
#2945, aired 1997-05-23"EX"TRA CREDIT $100: It's a synonym for a test Exam
#2936, aired 1997-05-12THE 1960s $200: This now-defunct nation joined the U.S. in a 1963 nuclear test ban, damaging its relations with China Soviet Union (USSR)
#2927, aired 1997-04-29MEDICAL KNOW-HOW $600: Hundreds of hereditary diseases can be diagnosed by this fetal test using the fluid around the fetus amniocentesis
#2898, aired 1997-03-19HOSPITALS $600: In 1978 Louise Brown, the first of these, was born in the UK's Oldham General Hospital Test-tube baby
#2890, aired 1997-03-07FOOD $300: To test if an egg is fresh, put it in a bowl of cold water; if it does this, it's old Float
#2875, aired 1997-02-14NOTABLE NAMES $600: As a student this creator of the inkblot test was nicknamed Kleck, which means "inkblot" Hermann Rorschach
#2870, aired 1997-02-07COMMON BONDS $500: Bubbles, A Whistle, A test you didn't study for Things you blow
#2838, aired 1996-12-25PREGNANCY & CHILDBIRTH $200: This electronic test can tell a woman if she's having twins Ultrasound
#2837, aired 1996-12-24KITCHEN UTENSILS $300: When buying one of these to test for doneness in meat, choose one with a thin probe that will let less juice out Meat Thermometer
#2743, aired 1996-07-03PREGNANCY & CHILD CARE $800: In the early third trimester, many women are given a glucose tolerance test to look for this diabetes
#2735, aired 1996-06-21MEDICAL MILESTONES $800: In 1906 August von Wassermann developed a well-known test for this sexually transmitted disease syphilis
#2695, aired 1996-04-26POLITICAL TERMS $300: One of these "balloons" is floated to test public reaction to an idea trial balloon
#2685, aired 1996-04-12SPACE EXPLORERS $400 (Daily Double): Buzz Aldrin left NASA in 1971 & became commander of the test pilot school at this California air force base Edwards AFB
#2674, aired 1996-03-28NURSERY RHYMES $100: He had to show the pieman his money before he could take a taste test Simple Simon
#2672, aired 1996-03-26ROCKS & MINERALS $400: Calcite is recognizable from the bubbles that form when this is applied during a test Acid
#2628, aired 1996-01-24U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: This largest Oregon city is home to the International Rose Test Gardens Portland
#2620, aired 1996-01-12LAW $1000: In many U.S. jurisdictions, the M'Naghten rule is the test applied for this type of defense insanity
#2609, aired 1995-12-28PSYCH 101 $200: The Stanford-Binet is this type of test an intelligence test
#2604, aired 1995-12-21PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS $800: He played test pilot Chuck Yeager in the film "The Right Stuff" the same year his "Fool for Love" debuted (Sam) Shepard
#2591, aired 1995-12-04HISTORY $600: This 1963 treaty prohibited exploding atomic weapons in the atmosphere, in space or under water the (Nuclear) Test Ban Treaty
#2567, aired 1995-10-31PSYCH 102 $800: In the thematic apperception test, people create one of these after viewing a stimulus picture a story
#2552, aired 1995-10-10SCIENCE $600: Konstantin Tsiolkovsky designed the 1st of these devices in Russia to test scale model aircraft a wind tunnel
#2519, aired 1995-07-13WOMEN'S FIRSTS $100: Micheline Bernardi modeled the first of these in 1946, 4 days after an atomic bomb test a bikini
#2516, aired 1995-07-10HEALTH & FITNESS $500: This test gives you your diastolic reading blood pressure test
#2466, aired 1995-05-01"G" WHIZ! $100: Seneca said, "Fire is the test of" this metal; "adversity, of strong men" gold
#2412, aired 1995-02-14MAKEUP TEST $100: Some types of this cosmetic contain tiny fibers of rayon or nylon to make lashes look longer mascara
#2412, aired 1995-02-14MAKEUP TEST $200: Brooke Shields brushes these with a soft toothbrush & petroleum jelly to keep them "kissing-soft" lips
#2412, aired 1995-02-14MAKEUP TEST $300: It's one of the oldest types of makeup & its name is French for "red" rouge
#2412, aired 1995-02-14MAKEUP TEST $400: Encyclopedia Americana says Babylonians made eye shadow of this color from powdered Lapis lazuli blue
#2412, aired 1995-02-14MAKEUP TEST $500: The alpha-hydroxy types of these are widely used in exfoliating products acids
#2406, aired 1995-02-06ABBREVIATIONS $200: Those of you who are preparing for the SAT should know that SAT stands for this Scholastic Aptitude Test
#2356, aired 1994-11-28PSYCHOLOGY $200: In this test 5 inkblots are black & white, 2 have some color & 3 are various colors a Rorschach test
#2340, aired 1994-11-04ODDS & ENDS $300: In 1991 this most common test for college-board seniors saw its first decline in math scores since 1980 the SATs
#2334, aired 1994-10-27OCCUPATIONS $600 (Daily Double): While this professional makes & fits eyeglasses, he can neither prescribe them nor give exams optician
#2294, aired 1994-07-21LESSER KNOWN NAMES $1000: For his syphilis test, he used a technique devised by Jules Bordet & Octave Gengou Wasserman
#2238, aired 1994-05-04PSYCH 101 $600: Many people respond to this famous test by saying the inkblots look like bats or witches Rorschach
#2190, aired 1994-02-25RHYME TIME $200: A dishonest student can get in big trouble during a test if he's caught with this a cheat sheet
#2174, aired 1994-02-03BABY CARE $300: In France this prenatal test is called "l'echographie" sonogram
#2165, aired 1994-01-21PREGNANCY & CHILDBIRTH $800: Done after the 15th week, it's the most common test for detecting chromosome abnormalities amniocentesis
#2127, aired 1993-11-30THE CARS $100: In 1994 select customers will be able to test GM's new Impact, a car powered by this Electricity
#2122, aired 1993-11-23MEDICINE $600: A glucose tolerance test is commonly used to diagnose this insulin deficiency disorder Diabetes
#2056, aired 1993-07-12BIOLOGY $800: In vivo refers to biological processes within an organism & this refers to ones outside it, as in a test tube In vitro
#2010, aired 1993-05-07POLITICIANS $1000: As a military test pilot in the 1950s, this Ohio senator made the 1st transcontinental supersonic flight John Glenn
#2006, aired 1993-05-03CHEM LAB $200: In a flame test, use a clean wire made of this metal, symbol Pt platinum
#1898, aired 1992-12-02INVENTORS & DISCOVERERS $1000: In 1906 he created the syphilis test known by his name Wassermann
#1836, aired 1992-09-07THE ELEMENTS $800: Traces of this poisonous element can be detected in the body after death by the Marsh Test arsenic
#1739, aired 1992-03-05TESTS $200: On a simple eye test, this "score" indicates normal vision 20/20
#1739, aired 1992-03-05TESTS $600: In 1990 verbal scores on this college entrance test reached their lowest point in a decade the SAT
#1739, aired 1992-03-05TESTS $800: Named for the Swiss psychiatrist who devised it, this inkblot test was put into use in 1921 the Rorschach test
#1637, aired 1991-10-15THE BIBLE $200: The queen of this city visited Solomon to test his wisdom Sheba
#1612, aired 1991-09-10PSYCH 101 $400: This test uses 10 inkblots in the study of personality disorders the Rorschach test
#1540, aired 1991-04-19FIRST LADIES $300: George Cukor directed this future First Lady's MGM screen test Nancy Reagan
#1528, aired 1991-04-03SCIENTISTS $800: He entered the Univ. of Glasgow in 1834 at age 10; we know he never got an absolute zero on a test Kelvin
#1489, aired 1991-02-07MEDICINE $300: To detect cervical cancer, women are advised to have a pelvic exam & this test yearly a Pap test
#1485, aired 1991-02-01SICKNESS & HEALTH $300: Eye exams often include a pressure check of the eye fluid to test for this disorder glaucoma
#1477, aired 1991-01-221956 $200: After a 10-year test in July, it was reported that this reduced tooth decay in children fluoride (or fluoridation)
#1473, aired 1991-01-1610-LETTER WORDS $800: A test for determining an item's quality or a film division of Walt Disney Studios touchstone
#1457, aired 1990-12-2520th CENTURY AMERICA $1000: This son of a railroad magnate was the chief US negotiator of the 1963 nuclear test ban treaty Averell Harriman
#1453, aired 1990-12-19WORLD WAR II $1000: While attending a conference in this East German city, Truman learned of the first successful A-bomb test Potsdam
#1439, aired 1990-11-29PHYSICAL SCIENCE $400: Device commonly used in the lab to provide the flame for a flame test a Bunsen burner
#1427, aired 1990-11-13FAMOUS TEACHERS $500: East L.A. teacher famous for helping his kids pass the Advanced Placement calculus test (Jaime) Escalante
#1377, aired 1990-09-04CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHIES $400: This former test pilot's autobiography was 1985's 2nd best selling hardcover nonfiction book Chuck Yeager
#9, aired 1990-08-11PSYCH 103 $1000: The digit-span test doesn't measure the width of your hand but how many of these you can recall numbers
#1362, aired 1990-07-03FAMOUS QUOTES $400: To test this, Charles Weller came up with "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party." typing skill
#1358, aired 1990-06-27SECRETARIES OF STATE $400: In December 1985 he threatened to resign if required to take a polygraph test George Shultz
#1339, aired 1990-05-31HOLLYWOOD QUOTES $400: The famous report on his first screen test said, "Can't act. Slightly bald. Also dances." Fred Astaire
#1338, aired 1990-05-30MEDICINE $2,000 (Daily Double): In 1954 schoolchildren all over the country took part in a study to test this vaccine (Salk) polio
#1307, aired 1990-04-17MEDICINE $100: This test for cervical cancer was devised by & named for Dr. George Papanicolaou a pap smear
#1295, aired 1990-03-30PSYCHOLOGY $200: Many consider a genius to be someone who scores 140 or better on a standard one of these IQ Test
#1272, aired 1990-02-27INK $500: His test, developed in 1921, includes 5 multicolored inkblots Hermann Rorschach
#1263, aired 1990-02-14COLLEGE TRIVIA $100: 84% of 4-year colleges use this most common standardized test in determining admissions the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
#1250, aired 1990-01-26MUSHROOMS $600: There is no simple test to distinguish between these, so leave it to the pros whether poisonous or edible
#1240, aired 1990-01-12MOVIE DIRECTORS $1000: This comedienne directed the 1978 film "Rabbit Test" about the world's 1st pregnant man Joan Rivers
#1222, aired 1989-12-19U.S."A"s $200: In 1959 the 1st 7 of these were selected from hundreds of military test pilots the astronauts
#1218, aired 1989-12-135-LETTER WORDS $200: As an adjective, this 5-letter word can precede bank, brother, count, group, money, sugar, test & vessel blood
#1196, aired 1989-11-13SICKNESS & HEALTH $200: Snellen's chart is standard equipment for giving this type of test an eye test
#1190, aired 1989-11-03WORLD HISTORY $100: In 1967 this country exploded its 1st H-bomb at its Lob Nor test site in Sinkiang province (Red) China
#1176, aired 1989-10-1620th CENTURY WRITERS $1000: Writer whose "merry pranks" are detailed in Tom Wolfe's "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" Ken Kesey
#1162, aired 1989-09-26POINT IT OUT $200: In the sobriety test, you shut your eyes, put your arms out to your sides & touch this [your nose]
#1138, aired 1989-07-12KISSES $400: Max Factor invented a kissing machine to test this product lipstick
#1125, aired 1989-06-23TECHNOLOGY $100: QTest, Fact & ept are home test kits to test for this condition pregnancy
#1108, aired 1989-05-31ACRONYMS & ABBREVIATIONS $500: Most college applicants take either the SAT, Scholastic Aptitude Test, or the ACT, which is this the American College Test
#1098, aired 1989-05-17ROCKS & MINERALS $300: To test for this property in a mineral, use a Geiger counter radioactivity
#1097, aired 1989-05-16COLOR $200: The Hardy-Rand-Rittler test is used to determine the type & degree of this phenomenon color blindness
#1068, aired 1989-04-05BEST SELLERS $200: This test pilot wrote his autobiography, "Press On!", with the help of Charles Leershen Chuck Yeager
#1062, aired 1989-03-28FUNNY FELINES $400: In a 1988 novel, this Coconino County kat quits the comic strip after witnessing an A-bomb test Krazy Kat
#1058, aired 1989-03-22U.S. HISTORY $400: The 1963 Test Ban Treaty allowed nuclear testing only in locations here underground
#1037, aired 1989-02-21PSYCH 101 $600: Long before Binet & Simon, C. Darwin's cousin Sir Francis Galton designed a test to measure this intelligence
#1019, aired 1989-01-26BUSINESS BIGGIES $200: This credit card co. is test marketing a supersmart card to flash an authorization code for purchases Visa
#1012, aired 1989-01-17TECHNOLOGY $200: Otis built a new 29 story skyscraper without offices to test these 2 types of transportation systems elevators & escalators
#990, aired 1988-12-16NAMES IN THE NEWS $400: This 10-year-old's 6-year-old sister was also a "test tube baby" Louise Brown
#986, aired 1988-12-12ABBREVIATIONS $1000: 4 years after you take your SATs, you might take the GMAT which stands for this graduate management admission test
#984, aired 1988-12-08MARY ELLEN SAYS $100: Ladies: test the shade of these by pulling them over the inside of your forearm, not just the back of your hand hosiery
#980, aired 1988-12-02SCHOOL DAYS $400: A student has to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test to qualify for this scholarship National Merit Scholarship
#973, aired 1988-11-23HOLLYWOOD QUOTES $200: Groucho said the only sure way to test a gag was to try it out on Zeppo, & if he liked it they did this threw it out
#960, aired 1988-11-04CORPORATE AMERICA $400: Procter & Gamble is test marketing this type of product in different colors, pink & blue disposable diapers
#958, aired 1988-11-02MEDICINE $500: To test for this, the eyeball is anesthetized & a pressure gauge is placed on the front of the eye glaucoma
#943, aired 1988-10-12GENETICS $800: This test, done in the 16th week of pregnancy, can indicate genetic disorders of a fetus amniocentesis
#931, aired 1988-09-26CHEMISTRY $1000: A centuries-old test for this gas is to see if bubbles of it turn limewater milky carbon dioxide
#928, aired 1988-09-21COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: H.S. juniors can prepare for the college entrance SATs by taking the PSAT, which stands for this Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test
#924, aired 1988-09-1520th CENTURY PERSONALITIES $800: 1 of 2 men who, at the request of the French gov't. created the 1st modern intelligence test in 1905 (1 of) (Alfred) Binet (or Theodore Simon)
#902, aired 1988-07-05PEOPLE $200: Michele L'Esperance made the cover of People after having this many test tube babies all at once 5
#896, aired 1988-06-2760 YEARS AGO $200: Station WGY in Schenectady, NY began regular test broadcasts in this medium TV
#884, aired 1988-06-09THE CAMERA $300: The 1st 35mm still camera, introduced in 1923, was invented to test film designed for these cameras motion picture cameras
#884, aired 1988-06-09MEDICINE $400: A test for early detection of cervical cancer, the Papanicolaou test is more commonly called this Pap test
#884, aired 1988-06-09MEDICINE $800: A doctor will use a tuning fork to test these 2 senses hearing & touch
#870, aired 1988-05-20ODD JOBS $500: Your profession if you just played in a test match at Lord's cricket
#816, aired 1988-03-07PSYCH 101 $400: You test for this by using cards with pictures of stars, crosses, circles, squares, & wavy lines ESP (extrasensory perception)
#798, aired 1988-02-10TRAVEL U.S.A. $400: You can test your baseball batting skill at the Doubleday Batting Range in this New York town Cooperstown
#787, aired 1988-01-26CRIME $400: Some states apply the "Wild Beast Test" to persons who try to use this defense insanity
#772, aired 1988-01-05ADVERTISING $400: U.S. auto company who in July 1987 ads admitted their error in disconnecting odometers in test cars Chrysler
#686, aired 1987-09-07ENGLAND $600: She was the only female in the 1976 Montreal Olympics who didn't have to undergo a sex test Princess Anne
#686, aired 1987-09-07BIOLOGY $1000: From New Latin for "in glass", it describes fertilization which took place in a test tube in vitro
#676, aired 1987-07-13LIES $400: A "failed" polygraph test revealed that he acted alone in assassinating Martin Luther King (James Earl) Ray
#670, aired 1987-07-03TESTS $200: Number of states requiring this for a marriage license has declined but may go up again due to AIDS scare a blood test
#670, aired 1987-07-03TESTS $400: Sgt. Barry Sadler sang, "100 men we'll test today but only 3" would win 1 of these the green beret
#670, aired 1987-07-03TESTS $600: One step for a boy scout to earn any of the 119 of these is to pass the respective test a merit badge
#670, aired 1987-07-03TESTS $1000: Since 1942, students nationally have been taking this Midwest university's basic skills test Iowa
#651, aired 1987-06-08THE '50s $1000: Atoll in the Marshall Islands that was site of the 1st H-bomb test, November 1, 1952 Eniwetok
#530, aired 1986-12-19"F" IN FRENCH $500: Dozing off during a French test, a boy might dream about the girls of this Paris music hall revue the Folies Bergère
#504, aired 1986-11-13GAME SHOWS $200: Host of Nova's annual "Natural Science Test" Art Fleming
#503, aired 1986-11-12WOMEN FIRST $400: Louise Brown, born in England in 1978 was the 1st of these test-tube baby
#495, aired 1986-10-311890's $400: In 1896, the director of the Sorbonne's psychology lab, Alfred Binet, devised this test I.Q. test
#481, aired 1986-10-13PSYCH 101 $200: A "W" score in his test means a response involving the entire blot Rorschach
#481, aired 1986-10-13ORGANIZATIONS $400: You must score in the top 2% on standardized intelligence test to join this club Mensa
#477, aired 1986-10-07U.S. HISTORY $200: He 1st flew from California to New York to test his plane in 1927 Charles Lindbergh
#455, aired 1986-06-06SICKNESS & HEALTH $200: German drug co. once marketed this now-illegal narcotic, naming it for way it made test subjects feel "heroic" heroin
#438, aired 1986-05-14SICKNESS & HEALTH $800: Since there was too little to test, this drug of Fleming's sat "undiscovered" for 12 years penicillin
#422, aired 1986-04-22MINERALS $200: A scratch test won’t reveal a mineral’s allergies, but this property hardness
#422, aired 1986-04-22PSYCHOLOGY $300: Standard test of responding to a key word with the 1st words which come to your mind word association
#383, aired 1986-02-26CITIZENSHIP TEST $100: = =
#383, aired 1986-02-26CITIZENSHIP TEST $200: = =
#383, aired 1986-02-26CITIZENSHIP TEST $300: = =
#383, aired 1986-02-26CITIZENSHIP TEST $400: = =
#383, aired 1986-02-26CITIZENSHIP TEST $500: Minimum age to become an adult naturalized citizen 18
#360, aired 1986-01-241946 $400: In its 2nd test, it sank 10 ships, including the battleship "Arkansas" an atomic test
#334, aired 1985-12-19CELEBRITY TRIVIA $200: 1st time this "Thief of Bad Gags" went on TV was in 1929 for U.S. Television Corp. test Milton Berle
#302, aired 1985-11-05AILMENTS $600: What a patch test tests for allergies
#285, aired 1985-10-11THE ’60S $500: In 1967, China & France refused to sign a treaty on peaceful use of this area space
#284, aired 1985-10-10AMERICAN AUTHORS $600: "Cuckoo's Nest" author whose lifestyle was the subject of Tom Wolfe's "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" Ken Kesey
#267, aired 1985-09-17THE '40s $400: Residents were moved off this atoll before the atomic weapons test of July 1946 Bikini
#267, aired 1985-09-17TOYS & GAMES $400: The "box" or "Hargrave" variety have been used to test the atmosphere by the Weather Bureau a kite
#189, aired 1985-05-30MEDICINE $800: He first tried his oral polio vaccine on himself before letting others test it (Albert) Sabin
#155, aired 1985-04-12COLORS $800: What the Hardy-Rand-Rittler test tests (red-green) color-blindness
#135, aired 1985-03-15THE '50s $300: The only human figure on the standard B & W test pattern the Indian head
#89, aired 1985-01-10THE '70s $100: In '78 England's Louise Brown was the 1st of these babies a test tube baby
#87, aired 1985-01-08FICTION $800: Erica Jong novel that deals with Isadora Wing's fear Fear of Flying
#35, aired 1984-10-26COLORS $500: It can be filled with car prices or college test answers a Blue Book
#4, aired 1984-09-13ALPHABET SOUP $1000: Binet & Simon's measure of mental age the IQ

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (11 results returned)

#6730, aired 2013-12-13HEALTH & MEDICINE 2013: There's news of the first lab test for this 10-letter condition the NIH calls the leading cause of disability for Americans 15 to 44 depression
#5620, aired 2009-01-30WEAPONS OF WORLD WAR II: This nickname given a bomber at a 1935 test flight reflected the early belief that it wouldn't need fighter protection the Flying Fortress
#5109, aired 2006-11-231970s TELEVISION: Bruce Peterson, a NASA test pilot, helped inspire this series; the crash he survived was seen in the show's opening credits The Six Million Dollar Man
#2515, aired 1995-07-07NOTORIOUS: Oscar Collazo, serving a life sentence for his assassination attempt on this president, was released in 1979 Harry Truman
#1472, aired 1991-01-15COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES: Working here, Lewis Terman adapted Binet's test & came up with the term "intelligence quotient" Stanford University
#1210, aired 1989-12-01LANGUAGES: To have taken the 1st modern IQ test in 1905 you had to understand this language French (the Binet-Simon test)
#1205, aired 1989-11-24MAN IN SPACE: America's 1st civilian in space Neil Armstrong
#1087, aired 1989-05-02SLANG: The credit for coining this slang word goes to Alben W. Barkley's grandson veep
#1066, aired 1989-04-03WORLD AFFAIRS: In 1963 these 3 nations signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty the U.S., U.S.S.R. & the U.K.
#329, aired 1985-12-12IN THE NEWS: Year when 1st test-tube baby was born, Oscar turned 50, & John Paul II became pope 1978
#96, aired 1985-01-21HISTORY: In 1952, it became the 3rd country to test an atomic bomb Great Britain (England)

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Bob Verini, a film journalist and test prep teacher from Los Angeles, California "A resident of New York City when he won the 1987...
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Joey Beachum, a senior from Mississippi State University 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2008 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Matt Douma, a standardized test scorer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 28 2-time champion: $54,100 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "DOO-ma".
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Carolyn Young, a homemaker from Marietta, Georgia Season 25 1-time champion: $30,000 + $2,000. Mother of Season 32...
Alison Stone Roberg, an administrative assistant from Kansas City, Missouri Season 26 3-time champion: $85,102 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Prashant Raghavendran, a sophomore from the University of Texas, Dallas 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Austin, Texas. Prashant Raghavendran Blog...
Mike Maheu, a high school teacher from San Diego, California Season 25 2-time champion: $46,242 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Emily Heaney, a freelance costume designer from White Bear Lake, Minnesota Season 25 1-time champion: $2,200 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Francois Dominic Laramée, a writer and TV personality from Verdun, Quebec, Canada Season 25 2-time champion: $46,300 + $1,000. Francois's name was printed...
Sid Chandrasekhar, a senior from the University of Pennsylvania from Saratoga, California 2010-B College Championship semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Marty Scott, an assistant district attorney from Forney, Texas Season 26 3-time champion: $64,002 + $2,000. Marty won $250,000 on...
Inta Antler, a retired computer programmer from Scarborough, Ontario, Canada Season 25 1-time champion: $12,700 + $2,000. Inta Antler - A...
Aaron Wicks, a planning and evaluation manager from Rochester, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $18,001 + 1,000. Aaron Wicks Rochester, NY...
Stephen Weingarten, a paraeducator from Portland, Oregon 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $96,690...
Anjali Tripathi, a senior from MIT "Math and science were her favorite subjects in seventh grade. We're...
Dave Belote, the base commander from Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas 2010 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 26 5-time champion:...
Nick Yozamp, a junior from Washington University in St. Louis 2010 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-A College Championship winner:...
James Grant, a junior from Georgetown University 2008 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Manhattan Beach,...
Scott Menke, a senior from Johns Hopkins University 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Flemington, New Jersey...
Dan Smith, a student from Chicago, Illinois Season 25 3-time champion: $69,200 + $1,000. Dan Smith - a...
Gail Flemmons, a history teacher from Clinton, Mississippi Season 25 2-time champion: $46,399 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Rachel Pildis, a software developer from Oak Park, Illinois Season 26 1-time champion: $12,000 + $2,000. Rachel Pildis - A...
Kevin Wilson, a communications specialist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada Season 26 3-time champion: $76,998 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Tom Toce, an actuary from New York, New York Season 26 2-time champion: $39,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Max Johansen, a senior from the University of Miami "As a seventh grader, he was planning on a career in...
Rebecca Dixon, a graduate student and musician from Vancouver, Washington Season 26 2-time champion: $53,002 + $1,000. Rebecca and her partner...
Harris Cohen, a family physician from Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania Season 25 2-time champion: $17,800 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Saad Hasan, a nanotechnology scientist from Nashville, Tennessee Season 26 1-time champion: $22,700 + $2,000. Saad Hasan Nashville, TN...
Olivia Colangelo, a junior from the University of Notre Dame from Murrysville, Pennsylvania 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Janet Bradlow, an insurance agent from New York, New York Season 26 3-time champion: $58,000 + $2,000. Janet Bradlow New York,...
Vijay Balse, a chemical engineer from Chatham, New Jersey 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2010 Tournament of Champions...
Steph Gagelin, a sophomore from the University of North Dakota from Grand Forks, North Dakota 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Erin McLean, a sophomore from Boston University from Danvers, Massachusetts 2011 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-B College Championship winner:...
Andrew Chung, a sophomore from Harvey Mudd College 2008 College Championship 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $25,000. 20 and...
Alyssa McRae, a gift card production designer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Season 25 3-time champion: $50,402 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Patrick Tucker, a senior from the University of Notre Dame 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2009 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Becky Anderson, a retired software specialist originally from Morganton, North Carolina Season 25 1-time champion: $16,401 + $2,000. Becky Anderson - A...
Fred Beukema, a structural engineer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 25 3-time champion: $69,401 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Vito Cortese, a software engineer and Italian translator from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Season 27 3-time champion: $68,485 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Robert Knecht Schmidt, a patent agent from Cleveland, Ohio Season 26 1-time champion: $12,799 + $1,000. Middle name pronounced like...
Roger Craig, a computer scientist from Newark, Delaware 2019 All-Star Games member of wildcard-match 2nd-place Team Austin: a share...
Carl Brandt, an investor originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $70,799...
Katie Singh, a sophomore from Northwestern University from Austin, Texas 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Sam Spaulding, a sophomore from Yale University from Wilmington, North Carolina 2010-B College Championship 1st runner-up: $50,000 + a Nintendo Wii +...
Tim Relihan, a senior from the University of Nebraska from Stromsburg, Nebraska 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Kyle Kahan, a senior from Texas A&M University from Houston, Texas 2010-B College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii +...
Ellen Eichner, a junior from the Ohio State University from Northbrook, Illinois 2010-B College Championship semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Amy Wilson, a creative writing and women's studies student originally from Portland, Oregon Season 26 1-time champion: $19,999 + $2,000. Not to be confused...
Andy Srinivasan, a high school science teacher from Garner, North Carolina 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $69,600...
Andy Davis, a Chyron operator from South Boston, Massachusetts Season 25 2-time champion: $49,799 + $1,000. Andy Davis - A...
Kori Tyler, a high school teacher from Cordova, Tennessee Season 26 player (2010-02-26). Season 25 1-time champion: $20,000 + $2,000....
Gary Bechtold, a garage door company owner from St. Cloud, Minnesota Season 26 3-time champion: $42,001 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Jean Cui, a student originally from Garden City, New York Season 25 2-time champion: $14,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Andy Hutchins, a senior from Rockledge, Florida 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games semifinalist: $10,000. 17 at the time...
Hans von Walter, a junior from Southern Adventist University from Avon Park, Florida 2010-B College Championship 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $25,000 + a...
Laura Hughes, a mom from New Market, Maryland Season 26 1-time champion: $27,500 + $2,000. Wife of Season 16...
Jim Davis, a college music and humanities instructor from Freeport, Illinois Season 25 2-time champion: $62,802 + $2,000. Not be to confused...
Chris Rodrigues, a personal banking representative from New Bedford, Massachusetts Season 26 3-time champion: $41,498 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Paul Kursky, a copywriter from San Francisco, California 2011 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 5-time champion: $109,411...
Ryan Chaffee, a tutor from Los Angeles, California 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $91,900...
Cassie Hill, a recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington \"Her dad is a lawyer, and by the seventh grade, she...
Elizabeth Galoozis, a reference librarian from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 26 2-time champion: $38,801 + $2,000. Elizabeth Galoozis - A...
Jove Graham, a biomedical engineer from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Season 26 1-time champion: $34,401 + $1,000. Jove's second contestant interview...
Dmitry Spivak, a junior from Northwestern University "The 11-year-old wasn't really kidding when he said he wanted to...
David Hudson, a junior from the University of Virginia "His musical taste has changed since he won $10,000 on Kids...
Lindsay Eanet, a senior from the University of Missouri 2010-A College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Deerfield, Illinois. Last name pronounced...
Surya Sabhapathy, a senior from the University of Michigan 2010-A College Championship 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $26,600. Hometown: Northville,...
Nate Austin, a student from Hutchinson Community College "His original plan was to own a chain of international hotels...
Kimberly Jantz, an attorney from Tulsa, Oklahoma Season 26 1-time champion: $22,200 + $2,000. Kimberly Jantz - an...
Ryan Stoffers, a sophomore from UCLA 2010-A College Championship 1st runner-up: $50,000. Hometown: Saratoga, California. Ryan Stoffers...
Elijah Granet, a 12-year-old from San Diego, California "Because he loves animals, biology, and helping others, he's thinking of...
Danny Devries, a junior from the University of Michigan 2008 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from West Bloomfield, MI...
Danielle Zsenak, a senior from Marquette University 2008 College Championship 1st runner-up: $50,000. Last name pronounced like "zshen-NOCK"....
Mehrun Etebari, a graduate student of international relations from Durham, New Hampshire 2007 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD Home...
Ingrid Nelson, a judicial assistant from Lake Mills, Wisconsin Season 25 2-time champion: $27,802 + $2,000. Ingrid Nelson - A...
Eric Betts, a senior from Emory University 2009 College Championship first runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000. 21 and...
Laura Myers, a senior from the University of Missouri 2009 College Championship second runner-up: $29,900. 22 and from Richmond, Virginia...
Jason Pratt, a middle school history teacher from Woodbridge, Virginia Season 25 2-time champion: $32,701 + $1,000. Jason Pratt - A...
Melanie Baker-Streevy, a United Methodist pastor from Parma, Michigan Season 25 1-time champion: $26,900 + $1,000. Melanie Baker-Streevy - A...
Diane Wilshere, an actor and playwright from Manassas, Virginia Season 25 1-time champion: $18,801 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Matt Jacobs, a science teacher originally from Stratford, Connecticut Season 25 1-time champion: $10,323 + $1,000. Matt resided in Silver...
Ben Bishop, a student originally from Seattle, Washington 2009 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $114,800...
Stacy Braverman, a public interest lawyer from Washington, D.C. Season 26 1-time champion: $14,984 + $2,000. As detailed in a...
Sally O'Rourke, a freelance copywriter originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana Season 27 1-time champion: $33,601 + $1,000.
Jennifer Broders, a junior high school social studies teacher from Stockton, Iowa Season 26 2-time champion: $59,801 + $1,000. Jennifer Broders - a...
Paul Nelson, a Senate staff aide originally from Iowa City, Iowa 2013 Tournament of champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 29 5-time champion: $54,900 + $2,000. JBoard user name: PaulNelson2012
Bradley Silverman, a junior from Alpharetta, Georgia 2008-B Teen Tournament 1st runner-up: $44,600. Jeopardy! Message Board user name:...
Jordan Brand, an anesthesiologist from Westchester, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $24,405 + $2,000. The Sesame Street character...
Ellen Lewis, a retired high school math teacher from Mount Vernon, New York Season 28 1-time champion: $10,000 + $1,000.
Kara Spak, a newspaper reporter from Chicago, Illinois 2011 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 27 5-time champion:...
Elza Reeves, a bank teller from Louisville, Kentucky Season 25 1-time champion: $16,400 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Zach Safford, a senior from Williams College "His early interest in cryptozoology has been replaced by a history...
Lisa Makar, a senior from University of Maryland "As a seventh grader, she was planning a career as a...
Robbie Berg, a freshman from the University of Pennsylvania 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Davie, Florida. Robbie Berg Blog...
Amanda J. Ray, a sophomore at the University of Virginia from Harrisonburg, Virginia 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Samira Missaghi, a junior from the University of Minnesota 2010-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Eden Prarie, Minnesota. Samira...
Will Warren, a senior from the University of Alabama 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Madison, Alabama. Will Warren Blog...
Francesca Leibowitz, a fifth grade English teacher from Brooklyn, New York "She teaches at a school that opened in 1854. From Brooklyn...
Susan Mitchell, a chemical engineer from Houston, Texas 2007 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD...
Nicole Karrow, an 11-year-old from Lewes, Delaware "Her goals are to be a horse breeder and trainer..." 2007...
Suchita Shah, a senior from the University of Wisconsin-Madison 2008 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Holmen, WI...
Katie Winter, a senior from Tufts University 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 22 and from Hershey, PA at...
Brandon Hensley, a sophomore from Caltech 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 and from Huntington, WV at...
Chloé White, a senior from Mission Hills, Kansas 2005 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Justin Bernbach, a lobbyist from Brooklyn, New York 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 7-time champion: $155,001...
Ariella Goldstein, a junior from Muhlenberg College 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Cortlandt Manor,...
Anthony Dedousis, a sophomore from Harvard University 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 and from Manhasset, New York...
Greg Lichtenstein, a freshman from Vassar College 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 18 and from Plainview, New York...
Jennifer Duann, a senior from the Ohio State University 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 21 and from Worthington, Ohio at...
Liz Murphy, a foreign service officer originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 5-time champion: $121,302...
Justin Waters, a resident physician from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 25 1-time champion: $7,199 + $2,000. Justin Waters Royal Oak,...
Aiden Pink, a freshman from St. Louis Park, Minnesota 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games semifinalist: $10,000. 15 at the time...
Sam Gale, a test reader and evaluator from Kernersville, North Carolina Season 32 player (2016-03-25).
Michael Murphy, a test engineer from Gilroy, California Season 39 player (2023-03-24). JBoard user name: idearat
Jamie Tyrrell, a test prep instructor from Rochester, New York Season 36 1-time champion: $9,999 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like "TUR-el".
Charly Kuecks, a writer and test prep expert from Salt Lake City, Utah Season 38 player (2022-05-12). Last name pronounced like "KEEKS".
Kara Skinner, a test accommodations center coordinator from San Diego, California Season 36 1-time champion: $17,800 + $2,000.
Betsy Reisz, a test prep tutor from Sherman Oaks, California Season 37 player (2020-09-15).
Kinu Panda, a test prep teacher and tutor from San Antonio, Texas Season 29 player (2013-04-30). Name pronounced like "KEE-noo PAHN-da". JBoard user...
Whitney Collins, a third grade teacher from New York, New York "She teaches at an all-boys school where every student learns chess...
Sean Burns, an assistant chorale director and test prep instructor from Hatfield, Pennsylvania Season 26 player (2010-03-25).
Samer Ismail, a content manager from McKinney, Texas Season 27 player (2011-07-21). JBoard user name: Samer
Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Buford, Georgia 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 29 6-time champion: $137,803 + $2,000. JBoard user name: amoore
Ellen Kimmel, a school nurse from Nanuet, New York Season 27 2-time champion: $37,000 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: SkoolRN
Paul Cheng, a graduate student of English from Walnut, California Season 27 player (2011-03-30).
Mark McDonnell, a triathlon coach and entrepreneur from Miami, Florida Season 27 1-time champion: $27,601 + $1,000.
Buddy Wright, an operations engineer from Fort Worth, Texas 2011 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up: $50,000. Season 26 4-time champion:...
Lauren Hopkins Karcz, a language test developer from Atlanta, Georgia Season 29 player (2013-06-06).
Kori Tyler, a high school history teacher from Cordova, Tennessee Season 26 player (2010-02-26). Season 25 1-time champion: $20,000 + $2,000....
Polly Ruf, a zoo docent from Chesterfield, Missouri Season 27 player (2011-06-28). Last name pronounced like "RUFF".
Catherine Whitten, a high school history teacher from Plano, Texas "This gifted teacher primarily teaches gifted students. From Plano, Texas, this...
Tom Nissley, an online books editor from Seattle, Washington 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2011 Tournament of Champions...
Monica Thieu, a sophomore at the University of North Texas from Dallas, Texas 2019 All-Star Games member of 1st runner-up Team Ken: a share...
Stefan Goodreau, a video game tester from Los Angeles, California 2010 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000. Season...
David Skaar, a research scientist from Raleigh, North Carolina Season 25 3-time champion: $102,000 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Yevgeny Shrago, a research assistant originally from Rochester, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $24,600 + $2,000. Name pronounced like "yev-GHEN-ee...
Gabriela Gonzales, a senior from Winston-Salem, North Carolina 2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Stan Brown, a high school history teacher from Macon, Georgia Season 20 2-time champion: $40,600 + $2,000.
Morgan Flood, a junior from Pequea, Pennsylvania 2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Elyse Mancuso, a junior from Omaha, Nebraska 2012 Teen Tournament winner: $79,600. 16 at the time of the...
Dan D'Addario, a senior from Columbia University 2010-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Farmington, Connecticut. Daniel D'Addario...
Melanie Bruchet, a senior from Bryn Mawr "Everyone wants to be an astronaut when they're a kid, but...
Anshika Niraj, a sophomore from Beachwood, Ohio 2012 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Idrees Kahloon, a junior from Lexington, Kentucky 2011 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000. 15 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Jenifer Thomas, a teacher assistant from Jacksonville, North Carolina Season 26 1-time champion: $13,400 + $2,000. Jenifer Thomas October 5,...
Lyndsey Romick, a sophomore from Lewis & Clark College 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Grants Pass, Oregon. Lyndsey Romick...
Steven Ho, a junior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2011 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the...
Daniel Scott, a college English professor from Providence, Rhode Island Season 25 player (2008-09-11).
Mike Marmesh, a veterinarian from Miami, Florida Season 26 1-time champion: $4,700 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Lea Tottle, a junior from Florida State University from Oldsmar, Florida 2010-B College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii +...
Hill Harper, an author and actor from CSI: NY "As an award-winning author, he's written three New York Times best...
Bethlehem Lema, a 12-year-old from San Diego, California "Either being an astrophysicist or a pediatrician is in her future..."...
Wendy Hardenberg, a university librarian from New Haven, Connecticut Season 30 player (2014-05-30).
Charlie Blatt, an 11-year-old from Scarsdale, New York "Besides cooking, working on the computer, and tap dancing, she likes...
Grace Acton, from Harvard, Massachusetts "This competitive gymnast is hoping to score a perfect 10 for...
Paula Rice, a test chef from Long Beach, California Season 16 player (2000-02-29).
Jonathan Hawley, a sophomore from Harvard University 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 and from Oceanside, CA at...
Tom Pusateri, a teacher from Clearwater, Florida Season 24 player (2008-07-10).
Dara Lind, a junior from Yale University 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 20 and from Cincinnati, OH at...
Chris Falcinelli, an owner of a tutoring and test-prep business from Brooklyn, New York Season 24 player (2008-01-02).
Andrew Moore, a test prep instructor from Dacula, Georgia 2014 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 29 6-time champion: $137,803 + $2,000. JBoard user name: amoore
Chris Vestuto, a test prep teacher from Goleta, California Season 24 2-time champion: $24,400 + $1,000.
Mike Milligan, a software test engineer from Columbia, Maryland Season 24 player (2008-04-30).
Rob Klepadlo, a chemist originally from Weirton, West Virginia Season 22 player (2005-12-20).
Ted Barnett, a physician from Elm Grove, Wisconsin Season 22 player (2005-10-07).
Doug Antoniazzi, a test systems analyst from Hyde Park, Massachusetts Season 13 3-time champion: $35,999 + Jeopardy! electronic game from Tiger Electronics.
Beth Cimini, a junior at Boston University from East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 2005 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: BrightStars1212
Bob Verini, a director of academics for a national test preparation company from Los Angeles, California 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Orlando Zambrano, a junior from Tampa, Florida 2005 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Srikanth Sivashankaran, a test prep instructor originally from Cleveland, Ohio Season 25 player (2009-06-25). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: dubhousing
Mark McEwen, a weatherman from CBS This Morning "Before he became a mainstay on CBS News This Morning, he...
Larissa Charnsangavej, a senior from Rice University 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 21 and from Houston, Texas at...
Erica Greil, a junior from Princeton University 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 22 and from Hastings, Minnesota at...
Kadeem Cooper, a junior from the University of Virginia 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 20 and from Brooklyn, New York...
Jim Stevens, a math teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 6-time champion: $140,600 + $2,000.
Aisha Tyler, a comedienne, host and actress from Talk Soup, Friends, The 5th Wheel and Ghost Whisperer 2009 Celebrity Jeopardy! winner: $50,000 split between the International Rescue Committee/Congo...
Tarun Chitra, an 11-year-old from Hockessin, Delaware "In the Boy Scouts he learned to [missing audio]... today, we're...
Sophia Marianiello, an 11-year-old from Newark, Delaware "She plans on putting her love of building with cardboard and...
Tommy Maranges, a junior from Fort Lauderdale, Florida 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time...
Lindsey Nicolai, a junior from Hampton, Virginia 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time...
Meryl Federman, a senior from Livingston, New Jersey 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games champion (semifinalist by wildcard): $75,000. 18...
Paul Boymel, a civil rights attorney from Potomac, Maryland "He was the top winner of the 1984-85 season. Now he's...
Caitlin Cook, a sophomore from Arden, North Carolina 2005 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Allan Long, a freshman from Tallahassee, Florida 2005 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 14 at the time of the...
Ruvani Fonseka, a junior from Grosse Pointe, Michigan 2005 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 15 at the time of...

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