Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (168 results returned)

#8487, aired 2021-10-12AT THE ORGAN $600: This protein- & iron-rich chicken part in "chopped" form is also in a common rhetorical question liver
#8396, aired 2021-05-10LATIN OVERLAPPIN' $800: "I think, therefore I am" on Indonesia's second-largest island by area cogito, ergo Sumatra
#8324, aired 2021-01-28RESPONSES IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION $400: Asked "Where is Abel thy brother?" in the King James Bible, Cain replies with this 5-word question "Am I my brother's keeper"
#8324, aired 2021-01-28RESPONSES IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION $800: The illustrator of this series thought "the reason why he was lost was... he was slightly idiotic & didn't know where he was going" Where's Waldo?
#8324, aired 2021-01-28RESPONSES IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION $1200: The next line Culture Club sang after this title was "Do you really want to make me cry?" "Do you really wanna hurt me?"
#8324, aired 2021-01-28RESPONSES IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION $1600: On Oct. 13, 1962 this Edward Albee play debuted on Broadway with Uta Hagen as Martha Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
#8324, aired 2021-01-28RESPONSES IN THE FORM OF A QUESTION $2000: Romeo says, "But soft!", asks this question & continues, "it is the east, & Juliet is the sun" "What light through yonder window breaks?"
#8270, aired 2020-10-30BE HOME NOW $1600: If you want your package delivered when someone is home, these 2 words follow "adult" in a FedEx option signature required
#8194, aired 2020-04-02QUESTIONS & ANSWERS $400: 1992's second presidential debate was the first in the format named for this type of meeting--voters got to ask questions a town hall
#8184, aired 2020-03-19LAKES & RIVERS $400: A remnant of the ancient Lake Bonneville, it's the largest lake in the western United States the Great Salt Lake
#8127, aired 2019-12-31A, E, I, O--NO U $400: To question formally, like a cop does to a suspect interrogate
#7932, aired 2019-02-19IT'S TWOSDAY! $800: They're the 2 main political parties in Britain Labour and Conservative
#7896, aired 2018-12-31THE COUNTRY IN QUESTION $400: African country that's also the first name of Mr. Ochocinco, formerly of the NFL Chad
#7881, aired 2018-12-10DESCRIBING THE BEST PICTURE OSCAR WINNER $800: 2008: They didn't have to put it in the form of a question to win Slumdog Millionaire
#7718, aired 2018-03-14PERFECT RESPONSES FOR JEOPARDY! $200: Abbott & Costello first performed this baseball-themed routine on the radio in 1938 "Who's On First?"
#7682, aired 2018-01-23QUESTIONABLE MOVIE TITLES $1600: Escaped convict George Clooney forms a bluegrass band O Brother, Where Art Thou?
#7556, aired 2017-06-19THE CENTURY OF THE FIGHT $4,200 (Daily Double): The Wars of the Roses the 15th century
#7510, aired 2017-04-14FENCING $1200: Someone who Tom Sawyers you tricks you into doing his work for him, just as Tom got others to do this whitewash the fence
#7486, aired 2017-03-13LITERATURE ACROSS AMERICA $1200: (Hi. I'm Mark Allan from WDTN.) I'm at the Dayton home of poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, the son of former slaves; he wrote in Black dialect, including this 2-word question used by the New Orleans Saints, among others "Who dat?"
#7401, aired 2016-11-14ON MY REEDING LIST $1600: A CD of the 1777 oboe concerto, the only one by this precocious composer Mozart
#7392, aired 2016-11-01MTV MOVIE AWARDS: BEST KISS WINNERS $1600: 1999: Joseph Fiennes & her Gwyneth Paltrow
#7337, aired 2016-07-05BATTLE OF BRITAIN $400: This invader's army defeated Harold II on the Sussex coast in 1066 at the Battle of Hastings William the Conqueror
#7288, aired 2016-04-2712-LETTER WORDS $400: A good cop or a bad cop may be this person who asks you formal questions in an investigation an interrogator
#7123, aired 2015-07-29STARTS WITH AN ANIMAL $2000: It's a book or manual of basic Christian doctrine in the form of questions & answers catechism
#7011, aired 2015-02-233 M $200: If we had 10 in our show's Bible, the first would be "Thou shalt respond in the form of a question" commandments
#6987, aired 2015-01-20DEAD POETS $2000: "If called by a panther / don't anther" Ogden Nash
#6952, aired 2014-12-02SPELL IT OUT FOR ME $400: The current vice president's last name B-I-D-E-N
#6924, aired 2014-10-233 "T"s $1600: For their operettas, Sullivan was the composer & Gilbert was this librettist
#6793, aired 2014-03-12PHILOSOPHY $2000: Philosophers distinguish between 2 kinds of knowledge: a priori, by thinking, & this, from experience empirical or a posteriori
#6656, aired 2013-07-22WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS $800: Mary Anning, who hawked her fossil discoveries along the dorset coast, inspired this tongue twister "She sells seashells by the seashore."
#6655, aired 2013-07-19GENEALOGY GLOSSARY $1000: A PAF, or personal ancestral file, is software from this church that's very into genealogy the Church of Latter-day Saints
#6609, aired 2013-05-16USING ALGEBRA AFTER HIGH SCHOOL $2000: 3x - y = 8 2x + y = 7; solve for x & y x = 3; y = 1
#6534, aired 2013-01-31AROUND THE WHITE HOUSE WITH ALEX $400: I'm in this White House nexus of information; who's got the first question? the press room
#6413, aired 2012-07-04SPIRITUALS $1200: "Lord I want to be in that number when" this happens when the saints go marching in
#6231, aired 2011-10-24COME TO OUR AIDE $1600: In 1948 White House aide Lauchlin Currie told this committee he wasn't a Soviet spy; today we know he was the House Un-American Activities Committee
#6229, aired 2011-10-20MEET THE FLINT STONES $400: The flint seen here is from a stratum of this stuff you might use to write "I will answer in the form of a question" 100 times chalk
#6228, aired 2011-10-19"RIGHT" OR "LEFT" $1600: Completes the Robert Browning line "God's in his heaven--all's..." right with the world
#6011, aired 2010-11-01MIKHAIL GORBACHEV $800: In his 1991 lecture on winning this, Mikhail spoke of "a fundamentally new phase in our international cooperation" the Nobel Peace Prize
#5792, aired 2009-11-17FINLANDIA $800: Finland forms a symbolic N. border between Eastern & Western Europe: to the east is Russia; to the west, these 2 nations Norway & Sweden
#5761, aired 2009-10-05REAL PEOPLE IN BEATLES SONGS $1000: "Man, you should have seen them kicking" this American poet in "I Am The Walrus" Edgar Allan Poe
#5738, aired 2009-07-15KIDS ON THE NET $800: At the website for the CDC, the Centers for this, kids can learn about diabetes & toxic chemicals Disease Control
#5690, aired 2009-05-08PARLEZ VOUS? $600: "Je ne sais pas" means this, but you still get credit if you phrase it in the form of a question "I don't know"
#5667, aired 2009-04-07LITERARY BEFORE & AFTER $2,800 (Daily Double): Sun Tzu meets Tolstoy on the battlefield in this classic strategy meets storytelling merger The Art of War and Peace
#5562, aired 2008-11-11IT WASN'T RATED R $1000: Meryl Streep's daughter is caught up in a musical version of "My Three Dads" in this film Mamma Mia!
#5480, aired 2008-06-06A GALLIC CATEGORY? $2000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports form the State Capital in Lincoln, Nebraska) Here in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Capital has a standing Lincoln by this sculptor famous for the seated Lincoln in Washington, D.C. Daniel Chester French
#5367, aired 2008-01-01'40s POP CULTURE $2000: This quiz show heard here evolved into an almanac "It's easy money, ladies and gentlemen, and here's how to get it. You may submit from one to three original questions per letter. Your question is used, you receive five dollars." Information Please
#5177, aired 2007-02-27WHERE AM I? $1600: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from The Pentagon.) I'm at the building put up between 1941 & 1943 to house what was then this government department the Department of War
#5143, aired 2007-01-10EDWARD R. MURROW $400: In 1961 Murrow left CBS to become Director of the U.S.I.A., this agency the United States Information Agency
#5139, aired 2007-01-04SOUNDS SIMILAR $1200: Stephen King heroine Claiborne in a miserable state from the Latin for "pain" dolorous Dolores
#5105, aired 2006-11-17THE "END" $400: The first one in the Bill of Rights deals with the freedom of speech an amendment
#4944, aired 2006-02-23RHYME TIME $2000: Goneril & Cordelia's sister, after eschewing eating all animal products Vegan Regan (Regan Vegan accepted)
#4938, aired 2006-02-15RHYME TIME $400: Heat-browned bread for a friendly Casper ghost toast (a toast ghost accepted)
#4899, aired 2005-12-22NATIONAL SPELLING BEE WINNING WORDS $1000: 1994: Pertaining to the period before the flood, it also means out of date A-N-T-E-D-I-L-U-V-I-A-N
#4809, aired 2005-06-30ENDS IN "TU" $2,000 (Daily Double): 2-word Latin phrase meaning located in the original or existing place or position in situ
#4798, aired 2005-06-15Q BUT NOT U $800: This Internet abbreviation provides a newcomer with additional information on a topic FAQ
#4749, aired 2005-04-07"A.M"/"P.M." $2000: In this form of government, kings & queens rule with unquestioned authority absolute monarchy
#4722, aired 2005-03-01BRIT LIT $2,000 (Daily Double): The alternate title of "Twelfth Night" means roughly the same as the title of this other Shakespeare play As You Like It
#4589, aired 2004-07-15UNICEF $500 (Daily Double): This 1971 George Harrison project has raised over $10 million for UNICEF programs the Concert for Bangladesh
#4543, aired 2004-05-1210-LETTER WORDS $2000: The proper way to address bishops & foreign ambassadors is his or her this your excellency
#4462, aired 2004-01-20QUESTIONS IN THE FORM OF A PHRASE $400: This expression relates to a boxer who's being counted out when the round mercifully ends saved by the bell
#4462, aired 2004-01-20QUESTIONS IN THE FORM OF A PHRASE $800: This phrase for a move from poverty to wealth provides the title for a book about Horatio Alger rags to riches
#4462, aired 2004-01-20QUESTIONS IN THE FORM OF A PHRASE $1200: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Alaska) Often a bear, the base of the pole is the strongest position, so this English expression is inaccurate low man on the totem pole
#4462, aired 2004-01-20QUESTIONS IN THE FORM OF A PHRASE $1600: Experimentation by testing method after method, eliminating the faulty ones trial and error
#4462, aired 2004-01-20QUESTIONS IN THE FORM OF A PHRASE $4,000 (Daily Double): The last 4 words Blanche speaks in "A Streetcar Named Desire" make up this famous phrase the kindness of strangers
#4380, aired 2003-09-26TRICKY QUESTIONS $800: Number of F's in this flimsy formulation of a question 5
#4377, aired 2003-09-23THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY $1600: Take an educated guess and spell... S-C-H-O-L-A-S-T-I-C
#4346, aired 2003-06-23SPELL THE LAST NAME $800: 17th century man with the "I think, therefore I am" plan, Rene... D-E-S-C-A-R-T-E-S
#4342, aired 2003-06-17NOT YOUR EVERYDAY WORDS $400: A catechumen is a student getting the basics of Christianity in this question-&-answer form catechism
#4328, aired 2003-05-28FORMER TECHNOLOGY $4,000 (Daily Double): (Sofia of the Clue Crew stands in front of the ship Santa Maria in Columbus, Ohio.) Columbus used this instrument superseded by the sextant to measure the positions of stars an astrolabe
#4298, aired 2003-04-16ON THE PHONE $600: By our informal estimate, this question from the "Scooby-Doo" theme song also begins 70% of cell phone calls "Where are you?"
#4268, aired 2003-03-05QUOTATIONS $800: Genius has been famously defined as "1% inspiration and" this 99% perspiration
#4249, aired 2003-02-06AUSTEN POWERS $800: It's the main reason why 19-year-old Anne Elliot's family won't let her marry Frederick Wentworth he doesn't have enough money
#4248, aired 2003-02-05COMMON BONDS $400: Ice skates, swords, a shoulder things with blades
#4224, aired 2003-01-02LITERARY BEFORE & AFTER $400: Richard Llewellyn's Welsh mining family moves to NYC & pops pills in this bestseller by Jacqueline Susann How Green was my Valley of the Dolls
#4222, aired 2002-12-31GAME SHOW FORMATS $400: With the help of 3 lifelines, a contestant tries to answer 15 questions to win a cool 7 figures Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
#4222, aired 2002-12-31GAME SHOW FORMATS $600: A member of the opposite sex asks questions of 3 hidden contestants & then picks 1 to go out with The Dating Game
#4147, aired 2002-09-17THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY $400: Have belief in your power to spell... C-O-N-F-I-D-E-N-C-E
#4147, aired 2002-09-17THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY $800: Inquisitive minds will know how to spell... C-U-R-I-O-S-I-T-Y
#4097, aired 2002-05-28FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS $600: "Medical" catchphrase used when a performer takes ill on stage Is there a doctor in the house?
#4077, aired 2002-04-30POP THE QUESTION $800: Joe Jackson sees "Jeanie with her new boyfriend" and voices this title complaint in the form of a question "Is She Really Going Out With Him?"
#3998, aired 2002-01-09RHYME TIME $800: The Impaler's apartments Vlad's pads
#3974, aired 2001-12-06LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES "M" $400: Tea party adjective (3) mad
#3971, aired 2001-12-03CHEESY COUNTRIES $200: Monterey Jack United States
#3960, aired 2001-11-16TRICKY QUESTIONS $800: The act of seeing is actually performed by this organ, not the eye brain
#3923, aired 2001-09-26AROUND THE HOUSE $200: When going upstairs, play it safe & hold on to this handrail banister
#3894, aired 2001-07-05STOP THE "PRES"! $200: A written order for medicine prescription
#3853, aired 2001-05-09WILLIAM PENNED $800: "Lyrical Ballads", a poetry collection by Coleridge & this man, includes his famous "Tintern Abbey" William Wordsworth
#3831, aired 2001-04-09GREAT SCOTTS! $1,000 (Daily Double): Make the "decision" to name this man, seen here Dred Scott
#3826, aired 2001-04-02WOMEN OF THE WORLD $600: Madeleine Albright Czech Republic (Czechoslovakia)
#3822, aired 2001-03-27THE CABINET $400: On September 15, 1789 the Department of Foreign Affairs changed its name to this Department of State
#3818, aired 2001-03-21QUESTIONS $200: The National Eating Disorder Information Centre helps men respond to this question women ask while dressing Do I look fat?
#3818, aired 2001-03-21QUESTIONS $400: Question most associated with former NYC mayor Ed Koch How am I doing?
#3756, aired 2000-12-25THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY $300: You have the honor of spelling... P-R-I-V-I-L-E-G-E
#3756, aired 2000-12-25THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY $400: Don't delay, spell... I-M-P-A-T-I-E-N-T
#3661, aired 2000-07-03DOCUMENTARIES $1000: Wim Wenders directed this acclaimed 1999 film about legendary Cuban musicians The Buena Vista Social Club
#3562, aired 2000-02-15PRE-MED $400: Latin: If your Latin class seems to go on ad infinitum, it goes on this way Infinity/forever
#3495, aired 1999-11-12THE DREADED SPELLING CATEGORY $400: Convince me you can spell... P-E-R-S-U-A-S-I-V-E
#3450, aired 1999-09-10OPPOSITES $1000: If you don't want to be attractive to insects, use this, the opposite of "attractive" Repellent
#3429, aired 1999-07-01"GENERAL" KNOWLEDGE $400: "Towering" P.T. Barnum talent seen here General Tom Thumb
#3417, aired 1999-06-15THE SHORT VERSION $1000: In medicine: HIV Human immunodeficiency virus
#3381, aired 1999-04-26"C.D."s $1000: He wrote the following in the 1890s Claude Debussy
#3324, aired 1999-02-04LITERATURE $200: Chapter one of this book informs us that "There was unquestionably a Chuzzlewit in the Gunpowder Plot" Martin Chuzzlewit
#3308, aired 1999-01-13JOHNNY GILBERT DOES SHAKESPEARE! $400: Johnny should be famous for his incomparable performance in this role heard here: "To be or not to be, that is the question..." Hamlet
#3242, aired 1998-10-13THE BLUES $1,000 (Daily Double): McKinley Morganfield played in a creek as a child & was given this nickname "Muddy Waters"
#3226, aired 1998-09-21DO YOU HAVE ANY KINGS? $100: This king was Catherine Parr's third husband, & she was his sixth wife Henry VIII
#3226, aired 1998-09-21DO YOU HAVE ANY KINGS? $200: Frankly, my dear, this king of the Franks was called Rex Pater Europae -- "King Father of Europe" Charlemagne
#3226, aired 1998-09-21DO YOU HAVE ANY KINGS? $300: Born in 1892, this future Ethiopian king became governor of Harar as a teenager Haile Selassie
#3226, aired 1998-09-21DO YOU HAVE ANY KINGS? $400: He succeeded to the throne of Macedon when his brother Perdiccas perished in 359 Philip of Macedon
#3128, aired 1998-03-18ALL EARS $400: According to folklore, if your ears are doing this, someone is talking about you burning
#3067, aired 1997-12-23MUSEUMS $2,500 (Daily Double): At his Pittsburgh museum, you can buy reproductions of his works, including "Happy Bug Day" & "Soup Can" Andy Warhol
#3006, aired 1997-09-29LITERARY FORMS $200: Term for a mystery novel that's already in the form of a question Whodunit
#2983, aired 1997-07-16STARTS WITH "HO" $700 (Daily Double): They're the Arkansas cities where Bill Clinton was born & where he grew up Hope & Hot Springs
#2926, aired 1997-04-28ART $200: The part of the Sistine Chapel on which Michelangelo painted Adam's fall ceiling
#2909, aired 1997-04-03PSYCHOLOGY $1000: Ritalin use for children has increased greatly for the treatment of this hyperactive disorder ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
#2848, aired 1997-01-08THE OLD WEST $300: To do this, race past the cattle & turn the lead ones back into the center of the herd How do you stop a stampede?
#2646, aired 1996-02-19TEACHERS $1000: This former zoology teacher questioned the use of pesticides in "Silent Spring" Rachel Carson
#2622, aired 1996-01-16POLYNESIA $600: The word Polynesia means this "many islands"
#2584, aired 1995-11-23ENGLISH LITERATURE $800 (Daily Double): Philip Carey is the central character in this Somerset Maugham novel Of Human Bondage
#2520, aired 1995-07-14QUOTABLE WOMEN $800: "Honor wears different coats to different eyes", she wrote in "The Guns of August" Barbara Tuchman
#2115, aired 1993-11-12SONG LYRICS $1000: "Saturday night is the loneliest night in the week... The night my sweetie and I used to" do this dancing cheek to cheek
#1955, aired 1993-02-19ENGLISH GRAMMAR $500: A "Jeopardy" response should be phrased in the form of a question, which makes it this kind of sentence an interrogative sentence
#1733, aired 1992-02-26BALLET $4,013 (Daily Double): Antony Tudor choreographed a new version of this ballet in 1943 & danced the role of Tybalt himself Romeo and Juliet
#1551, aired 1991-05-06CLICHÉS $400: To "drop the other" one of these means to end the suspense shoe
#1525, aired 1991-03-29CONSTELLATIONS $1000: Other than the sun, the closest star to the Earth is located in this southern constellation Centaurus
#1454, aired 1990-12-20POTENT QUOTABLES $800 (Daily Double): 2 items that accompany Omar Khayyam's "Jug of Wine" a loaf of bread & thou (a book of verse)
#7, aired 1990-07-28NEW TESTAMENT $1,300 (Daily Double): In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called" this the children of God
#1375, aired 1990-07-20WEATHER $500 (Daily Double): The 2 seasons when icebergs are most likely to be formed spring & summer
#1374, aired 1990-07-19MUSIC MEN $300 (Daily Double): Blind from birth, this British-born pianist composed the following [Instrumental music plays] George Shearing
#1303, aired 1990-04-11PEOPLE $200: The cast of "L.A. Law" refers to these married co-stars as "The Tuckerberries" Michael Tucker & Jill Eikenberry
#1251, aired 1990-01-29THANKS, GUYS $200: When we have a question about this, the "Breakfast of Champions", we call Kathryn Newton Wheaties
#1220, aired 1989-12-15SONGS OF THE '60s $500: Title of a 1961 hit, it's what Lonnie Donegan might have asked of Mr. Wrigley, had they met "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour (On the Bedpost Overnight?)"
#1162, aired 1989-09-26POINT IT OUT $100: In Tunisia this hand sign means "I'll get you", in Japan "money" & in the U.S. "okay" [the "O" sign]
#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]
#1162, aired 1989-09-26POINT IT OUT $300: Besides his heart, this was the other part of E.T. that glowed [index finger]
#1162, aired 1989-09-26POINT IT OUT $400: Paper covers stone, but stone breaks these ["scissors"]
#1162, aired 1989-09-26POINT IT OUT $500: Jim Lange would invite the couples on "The Dating Game" to do this with him at the end of the show [throw a kiss]
#1115, aired 1989-06-09"LAST" $1000: Completes the title of the unauthorized biography of G. Vanderbilt's childhood "Little Gloria..." Little Gloria...Happy at Last
#1106, aired 1989-05-29LEGAL LINGO $600: From the Latin for "crime", evidence indicating you committed the crime is considered this incriminating
#1100, aired 1989-05-19AMERICAN HISTORY $2,800 (Daily Double): Evangelist Billy Sunday said, "Goodbye, John Barleycorn" when this was passed in 1919 prohibition
#1089, aired 1989-05-04BEES $100: A queen bee's job is to rule but to do this to produce young, to fertilize eggs
#1007, aired 1989-01-10KID STUFF $300: Even though they were "baked in a pie", "4 & 20 blackbirds" did this "when the pie was opened" they all began to sing
#987, aired 1988-12-13AMERICAN REVOLUTION $600: Ben Franklin told his fellow patriots, "We must indeed all hang together" or this shall happen we shall all hang separately
#884, aired 1988-06-09PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES $100: "Unquestionably Skilled", "Union Safeguard" & "Uniformed Soldier" Ulysses S. Grant
#838, aired 1988-04-06"WATER" $5 (Daily Double): It's reported The Rolling Stones took their name from the following blues song by this singer: Muddy Waters
#803, aired 1988-02-17"K"s IN LITERATURE $1000: This famous Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem about Xanadu was never finished "Kubla Khan"
#788, aired 1988-01-27"OUNCE" FOR OUNCE $400: In many wedding ceremonies, the preacher says this as he declares the couple married "I now pronounce you man and wife"
#772, aired 1988-01-05TIME $600: Total, in years, of a millennium, a century, a decade & a year 1,111
#736, aired 1987-11-16AKA $400: Born Edith Mariner in Brooklyn, she was nominated for Oscars five times and won for "I Want to Live" Susan Hayward
#735, aired 1987-11-13TOUGH DISNEY $1,000 (Daily Double): Technical reason the third Mickey Mouse cartoon, "Steamboat Willie", was released first on November 18, 1928 because it had sound
#673, aired 1987-07-08WORLD CAPITALS $1,000 (Daily Double): Alphabetical distinction of the countries whose capitals are Kinshasa, Lusaka, & Harare countries that begin with the letter Z
#637, aired 1987-05-19OSCAR-LOSING SONGS $500 (Daily Double): Celestial songs losing '36 Oscars included "A Melody from the Sky", "When Did You Leave Heaven" & this: [Piano instrumental plays] "Pennies from Heaven"
#634, aired 1987-05-14PHYSICAL SCIENCE $1,000 (Daily Double): In aerodynamics, 2 of the 4 basic forces that act on an aircraft (2 of) thrust, drag, lift & weight
#623, aired 1987-04-29POLITICAL QUOTES $400: "You can fool all the people some of the time, & some of the people all of the time, but you can't..." you can't fool all of the people all of the time
#571, aired 1987-02-16QUOTES $800: 17th century English diarist known for the phrase "and so to bed" Samuel Pepys
#570, aired 1987-02-13SHOW BIZ BUSINESS $1,000 (Daily Double): 3 of the 4 founders of United Artists (3 of) Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Charles Chaplin & D.W. Griffith
#538, aired 1986-12-31QUESTIONABLE SONGS $100: It's what Patti Page asked about "the one with the waggly tail" "(How Much Is) That Doggie In The Window?"
#538, aired 1986-12-31QUESTIONABLE SONGS $200: It followed Linda Ronstadt's lament "I've been cheated, been mistreated" "When Will I Be Loved?"
#538, aired 1986-12-31QUESTIONABLE SONGS $300: The Shirelles said, "Tonight you're mine completely" but weren't sure about this "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"
#538, aired 1986-12-31QUESTIONABLE SONGS $400: In this song, Anthony Newley said, "I'll throw off my sorrow, beg, steal or borrow my share of laughter" "Who Can I Turn To?"
#538, aired 1986-12-31QUESTIONABLE SONGS $500: In their biggest hit, the Poppy Family asked Billy this "Which Way You Goin' Billy?"
#525, aired 1986-12-12FICTIONAL CHARACTERS $1000: Character in "David Copperfield" who epitomizes the word "unctuous" Uriah Heep
#508, aired 1986-11-19HORSES $3,400 (Daily Double): Until reaching this milestone, stallions, geldings & mares alike are known as "maidens" until winning a race
#465, aired 1986-09-19TV THEMES $200: One of these days, Alice, you're gonna hear its theme - "You're My Greatest Love" The Honeymooners
#460, aired 1986-09-12BANKRUPTCIES $200: Insolvent companies can file for reorganization under this chapter of U.S. Bankruptcy Code Chapter 11
#410, aired 1986-04-04"CAN" IT $100 (Daily Double): (AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) The following by Pachibel is an example of this polyphonic form: [Instrumental music plays] canon
#267, aired 1985-09-17"WOMAN"LY MOVIES $800: In '74, Gena Rowlands played a mad, lower-class housewife who was definitely this A Woman Under the Influence
#59, aired 1984-11-29TV ANIMALS $1000: In this series, Starbuck's little friend Boxie had a pet Daggit Battlestar Galactica
#1, aired 1983-09-18THE SENATE $100: In a letter, the correct form of address for a senator Honorable

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (5 results returned)

#1287, aired 1990-03-20WORD ORIGINS: Word derived from the act of breaking up a failed Italian moneylender's market bench bankruptcy
#877, aired 1988-05-31BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: More than half the free world's commercial jetliners have been assembled in this U.S. state Washington
#395, aired 1986-03-14THE '70s: Due to '73 energy crisis, Congress stopped the environmental impact review & ordered its construction the Alaska Pipeline
#295, aired 1985-10-25SCIENCE: From name of Greek sun god, it is the 2nd most abundant element in the universe helium
#264, aired 1985-09-12MISS AMERICA: He replaced Bert Parks as host of Miss America pageant for 1980 Ron Ely

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Ken Jennings, a software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time winner: $1,000,000 + a...
Kerri Regan, a senior from Bethpage, New York 2005 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 17 at the time of the...
Orlando Zambrano, a junior from Tampa, Florida 2005 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Chloé White, a senior from Mission Hills, Kansas 2005 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Amy Fletcher, a junior from Cincinnati, Ohio 2005 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. 16 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Brad Rutter, a college student from Lancaster, Pennsylvania 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time 2nd runner-up: $250,000. 2019...
Alan Bailey, a playwright and director from North Hills, California "This playwright and director became a 5-time winner in 2001. Today,...
Michael Dupée, an attorney from Gainesville, Florida "He was the winner of the 1996 Tournament of Champions. Today...
Barbara-Anne Eddy, a civil servant from Vancouver, Canada "Her 5-time winnings from 1988 allowed her to go for nearly...
Michael Day, an attorney from Mill Valley, California "As an MBA Student, he won 5 games in 1985. Today...
Pam Mueller, an entering law student originally from Chicago, Illinois "Representing Loyola University, she won the College Championship in November, 2000....
Jay Rosenberg, a college professor from Chapel Hill, North Carolina "After winning 5 times in 1985, he became the moderator for...
Russ Schumacher, a graduate student and newlywed from Fort Collins, Colorado "He won the most recent Tournament of Champions. A graduate student...
Rick Knutsen, a musician and stay-at-home dad from Brooklyn, New York "A finalist in the 2001 Tournament of Champions, he's a musician...
David Venderbush, a lawyer from New York, New York "His 5 wins in 1993 came just in time to pay...
Steve Chernicoff, a technical writer from Berkeley, California "He was one of the top 1-day winners in the 1994-95...
Brad Rutter, a TV quiz show host from Lancaster, Pennsylvania 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time 2nd runner-up: $250,000. 2019...
Brad Rutter, a network administrator from Lancaster, Pennsylvania 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time 2nd runner-up: $250,000. 2019...
Ken Jennings, a software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time winner: $1,000,000 + a...
Brad Rutter, a network administrator from Lancaster, Pennsylvania "The reigning Tournament of Champions winner, he attended Johns Hopkins University...
Claudia Perry, a sports copy editor from Jersey City, New Jersey "A pop music critic when she first appeared on Jeopardy!, she's...
Madeline Suchard, from Placentia, California "She has her sights set on becoming the Supreme Court Justice,...
Adam Pinson, a senior at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from Pinson, Alabama 2005 College Championship 1st runner-up: $50,000. Won $100,000 on Who Wants...
Chris Breen, a sophomore at Princeton University from Springfield, Massachusetts 2005 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. According to the official Jeopardy! web...
Kermin Fleming, a student from Lexington, Kentucky 2006 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions...
Aaron Thompson, a special assistant from Washington, D.C. 2006 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 21 3-time champion:...
Vik Vaz, a medical student from Austin, Texas 2006 Tournament of Champions 1st runner-up: $100,000. Season 22 3-time champion:...
Andrew Nerlinger, a senior at the University of Notre Dame from Wilmington, Delaware 2001 College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500. Andrew was 21 at the time...
Tony Nagatani, a junior at Ithaca College from Honolulu, Hawaii 2001 College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500. Tony was 20 at the time...
Bruce Lin, a research scientist originally from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Season 22 3-time champion: $54,599 + $2,000. On his first appearance,...
Emily Sturtz, from Parsippany, New Jersey "Because she would like to help people, she wants to become...
Carson Kressley, a fashion maven from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy "This star of TV's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy says...
Neil Patrick Harris, an actor from How I Met Your Mother "He's appeared on Broadway in Proof, Assassins, and Cabaret. He's now...
Joely Fisher, an actress from 'Til Death "She made her Broadway debut in Grease, and earned rave reviews...
Graham Gilmer, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 2001 Teen...
Alice Luo, a junior from Georgia Institute of Technology 2007 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 at the time of...
Cliff Galiher, a sophomore from UCLA 2007 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000 +...
Anna Han, a sophomore from Penn State University 2007 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 at the time of the...
Meryl Federman, a senior from Livingston, New Jersey 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games champion (semifinalist by wildcard): $75,000. 18...
Aiden Pink, a freshman from St. Louis Park, Minnesota 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games semifinalist: $10,000. 15 at the time...
Rachel Gottesman, a junior from Cortlandt Manor, New York 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 17 at the...
William Garrett, a 12-year-old from Greenfield, Indiana "Serving his country as an officer in the military is his...
Doug Hicton, a composer originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 2007 Tournament of Champions 1st runner-up: $100,000 + the Jeopardy! DVD...
Gabrielle McMahan, a junior from Florida A&M University 2008 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Springfield, VA at...
Brandon Hensley, a sophomore from Caltech 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 and from Huntington, WV at...
Vera Swain, a junior from the University of South Carolina 2008 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Charleston, SC...
Andrew Chung, a sophomore from Harvey Mudd College 2008 College Championship 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $25,000. 20 and...
Joey Beachum, a senior from Mississippi State University 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2008 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Katie Winter, a senior from Tufts University 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 22 and from Hershey, PA at...
Suchita Shah, a senior from the University of Wisconsin-Madison 2008 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Holmen, WI...
Jonathan Hawley, a sophomore from Harvard University 2008 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 19 and from Oceanside, CA at...
Taylor Gailliot, from Woodbridge, Virginia "When asked what she wanted us to know about her, she...
Max Johansen, a senior from the University of Miami "As a seventh grader, he was planning on a career in...
Nate Austin, a student from Hutchinson Community College "His original plan was to own a chain of international hotels...
Yoni Freund, a Ph.D. student from Columbia University "He has always wanted to be a writer, and now that...
Anjali Tripathi, a senior from MIT "Math and science were her favorite subjects in seventh grade. We're...
Cassie Hill, a recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington "Her dad is a lawyer, and by the seventh grade, she...
Dmitry Spivak, a junior from Northwestern University "The 11 year old wasn't really kidding when he said he...
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...
Elza Reeves, a bank teller from Louisville, Kentucky Season 25 1-time champion: $16,400 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Jim Davis, a college music and humanities instructor from Freeport, Illinois Season 25 2-time champion: $62,802 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Mike Maheu, a high school teacher from San Diego, California Season 25 2-time champion: $46,242 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Carl Brandt, an investor originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $70,799...
Brian Muth, a headmaster from Napa, California Season 25 2-time champion: $43,800 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Ben Bishop, a student originally from Seattle, Washington 2009 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $114,800...
Matt Jacobs, a science teacher originally from Stratford, Connecticut Season 25 1-time champion: $10,323 + $1,000. Matt resided in Silver...
Carolyn Young, a homemaker from Marietta, Georgia Season 25 1-time champion: $30,000 + $2,000. Mother of Season 32...
Gail Flemmons, a history teacher from Clinton, Mississippi Season 25 2-time champion: $46,399 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Dan Smith, a student from Chicago, Illinois Season 25 3-time champion: $69,200 + $1,000. Dan Smith - a...
Inta Antler, a retired computer programmer from Scarborough, Ontario, Canada Season 25 1-time champion: $12,700 + $2,000. Inta Antler - A...
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...
Erik Nelson, a grad student originally from Boston, Massachusetts 2009 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 25 4-time champion: $94,404 + $2,000.
Fred Beukema, a structural engineer from Minneapolis, Minnesota Season 25 3-time champion: $69,401 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Becky Anderson, a retired software specialist originally from Morganton, North Carolina Season 25 1-time champion: $16,401 + $2,000. Becky Anderson - A...
Melanie Baker-Streevy, a United Methodist pastor from Parma, Michigan Season 25 1-time champion: $26,900 + $1,000. Melanie Baker-Streevy - A...
Liz Murphy, a foreign service officer originally from Scranton, Pennsylvania 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 5-time champion: $121,302...
Jean Cui, a student originally from Garden City, New York Season 25 2-time champion: $14,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Mark Petterson, a senior from the University of Kansas 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Prairie Village,...
Laura Myers, a senior from the University of Missouri 2009 College Championship second runner-up: $29,900. 22 and from Richmond, Virginia...
Jennifer Duann, a senior from the Ohio State University 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 21 and from Worthington, Ohio at...
Scott Menke, a senior from Johns Hopkins University 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Flemington, New Jersey...
Kadeem Cooper, a junior from the University of Virginia 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 20 and from Brooklyn, New York...
Greg Lichtenstein, a freshman from Vassar College 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 18 and from Plainview, New York...
Eric Betts, a senior from Emory University 2009 College Championship first runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000. 21 and...
Larissa Charnsangavej, a senior from Rice University 2009 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. 21 and from Houston, Texas at...
Patrick Tucker, a senior from the University of Notre Dame 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2009 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Ariella Goldstein, a junior from Muhlenberg College 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 20 and from Cortlandt Manor,...
Andrew Ceppos, a senior from Tufts University 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Verona, New...
Andy Davis, a Chyron operator from South Boston, Massachusetts Season 25 2-time champion: $49,799 + $1,000. Andy Davis - A...
Justin Bernbach, a lobbyist from Brooklyn, New York 2010 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 25 7-time champion: $155,001...
Harris Cohen, a family physician from Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania Season 25 2-time champion: $17,800 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Jason Pratt, a middle school history teacher from Woodbridge, Virginia Season 25 2-time champion: $32,701 + $1,000. Jason Pratt - A...
A.J. Schumacher, a radio show production intern from St. Paul, Minnesota Season 25 1-time champion: $10,800 + $2,000. AJ Schumacher Saint Paul,...
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...
Ingrid Nelson, a judicial assistant from Lake Mills, Wisconsin Season 25 2-time champion: $27,802 + $2,000. Ingrid Nelson - A...
James Erwin, a writer from Des Moines, Iowa Season 25 2-time champion: $22,598 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Emily Heaney, a freelance costume designer from White Bear Lake, Minnesota Season 25 1-time champion: $2,200 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Alyssa McRae, a gift card production designer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Season 25 3-time champion: $50,402 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Stefan Goodreau, a video game tester and camp counselor from Los Angeles, California 2010 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $50,000. Season...
Ken Basin, a junior at the University of Southern California from Huntington Beach, California 2003 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000. Blog at kbasin.blogspot.org. Appearing as a...
Enrique Machado, an oil filtration business developer from Orlando, Florida Season 26 1-time champion: $30,799 + $2,000. Enrique Machado September 16,...
Gary Bechtold, a garage door company owner from St. Cloud, Minnesota Season 26 3-time champion: $42,001 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
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...
Soledad O'Brien, an anchor and special correspondent from CNN's Special Investigations Unit "Currently the host of CNN's Special Investigations Unit, she's received critical...
Kevin Wilson, a communications specialist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada Season 26 3-time champion: $76,998 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Jen McFann, a Peace Corps recruiter from Astoria, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $19,410 + $2,000. Jen McFann Astoria, New...
Christine Valada, a photographer and attorney originally from Walton, New York 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $68,703...
Chris Rodrigues, a personal banking representative from New Bedford, Massachusetts Season 26 3-time champion: $41,498 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Mike Marmesh, a veterinarian from Miami, Florida Season 26 1-time champion: $4,700 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Kimberly Jantz, an attorney from Tulsa, Oklahoma Season 26 1-time champion: $22,200 + $2,000. Kimberly Jantz - an...
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:...
Jove Graham, a biomedical engineer from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania Season 26 1-time champion: $34,401 + $1,000. Jove's second contestant interview...
Joshua Malina, a TV actor and creator/producer from Celebrity Poker Showdown "He created and produced Celebrity Poker Showdown for the Bravo Channel,...
Ryan Chaffee, a tutor from Los Angeles, California 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $91,900...
Stephen Weingarten, a paraeducator from Portland, Oregon 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $96,690...
Jennifer Broders, a junior high school social studies teacher from Stockton, Iowa Season 26 2-time champion: $59,801 + $1,000. Jennifer Broders - a...
Pat Sajak, a game show host from Wheel of Fortune "A former TV weatherman, he's gone on to become the world's...
Rebecca Dixon, a graduate student and musician from Vancouver, Washington Season 26 2-time champion: $53,002 + $1,000. Rebecca and her partner...
Ryan Stoffers, a sophomore from UCLA 2010-A College Championship 1st runner-up: $50,000. Hometown: Saratoga, California. Ryan Stoffers...
Will Warren, a senior from the University of Alabama 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Madison, Alabama. Will Warren Blog...
Robbie Berg, a freshman from the University of Pennsylvania 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Davie, Florida. Robbie Berg Blog...
Nick Yozamp, a junior from Washington University in St. Louis 2010 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-A College Championship winner:...
Surya Sabhapathy, a senior from the University of Michigan 2010-A College Championship 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $26,600. Hometown: Northville,...
Dan D'Addario, a senior from Columbia University 2010-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Farmington, Connecticut. Daniel D'Addario...
Prashant Raghavendran, a sophomore from the University of Texas, Dallas 2010-A College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000. Hometown: Austin, Texas. Prashant Raghavendran Blog...
Lindsay Eanet, a senior from the University of Missouri 2010-A College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. Hometown: Deerfield, Illinois. Last name pronounced...
Elizabeth Galoozis, a reference librarian from Cambridge, Massachusetts Season 26 2-time champion: $38,801 + $2,000. Elizabeth Galoozis - A...
Tom Toce, an actuary from New York, New York Season 26 2-time champion: $39,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Jordan Brand, an anesthesiologist from Westchester, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $24,405 + $2,000. The Sesame Street character...
Robert Knecht Schmidt, a patent agent from Cleveland, Ohio Season 26 1-time champion: $12,799 + $1,000. Middle name pronounced like...
Rachel Pildis, a software developer from Oak Park, Illinois Season 26 1-time champion: $12,000 + $2,000. Rachel Pildis - A...
Cheech Marin, an actor, comedian, director, writer and musician from Lost "He's played a cop on Nash Bridges, voiced a 1959 Chevy...
Stacy Braverman, a public interest lawyer from Washington, D.C. Season 26 1-time champion: $14,984 + $2,000. As detailed in a...
Matt Drury, a government analyst from New York, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $18,799 + $2,000. Matthew Drury - A...
Laura Hughes, a mom from New Market, Maryland Season 26 1-time champion: $27,500 + $2,000. Wife of Season 16...
Hill Harper, an author and actor from CSI: NY "As an award-winning author, he's written three New York Times best...
Rebecca Lobo, a future Women's Basketball Hall of Famer and ESPN analyst originally from the WNBA "Later this year, she'll be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall...
Neil Patrick Harris, an actor from How I Met Your Mother "He's received critical acclaim on Broadway and on TV, and his...
Isaac Mizrahi, a fashion designer and TV personality from the QVC Network "His fashion designs are a favorite among celebrities on the red...
Joey Beachum, an Air Force intelligence officer from Conway, Arkansas 2010 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. 2008 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Marty Scott, an assistant district attorney from Forney, Texas Season 26 3-time champion: $64,002 + $2,000. Marty won $250,000 on...
Janet Bradlow, an insurance agent from New York, New York Season 26 3-time champion: $58,000 + $2,000. Janet Bradlow New York,...
Aaron Wicks, a planning and evaluation manager from Rochester, New York Season 26 1-time champion: $18,001 + 1,000. Aaron Wicks Rochester, NY...
Thomas Horn, a twelve-year-old from Piedmont, California "He plans on making the world a better place as an...
Saad Hasan, a nanotechnology scientist from Nashville, Tennessee Season 26 1-time champion: $22,700 + $2,000. Saad Hasan Nashville, TN...
John Krizel, a green community program coordinator from Beckley, West Virginia 2011 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 4-time champion: $105,204...
Alison Stone Roberg, an administrative assistant from Kansas City, Missouri Season 26 3-time champion: $85,102 + $2,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Vito Cortese, a software engineer and Italian translator from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Season 27 3-time champion: $68,485 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Olivia Colangelo, a junior from the University of Notre Dame from Murrysville, Pennsylvania 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Sid Chandrasekhar, a senior from the University of Pennsylvania from Saratoga, California 2010-B College Championship semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
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...
Terry Parker, a high school history teacher from Cutler Bay, Florida "Don't try to pin down this wrestling coach, history teacher, and...
Erin McLean, a sophomore from Boston University from Danvers, Massachusetts 2011 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 2010-B College Championship winner:...
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...
Tim Relihan, a senior from the University of Nebraska from Stromsburg, Nebraska 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Amanda J. Ray, a sophomore at the University of Virginia from Harrisonburg, Virginia 2010-B College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Josh Powell, a phone-based health coach from San Diego, California Season 27 3-time champion: $26,900 + $1,000.
Tom Nissley, an online books editor from Seattle, Washington 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2011 Tournament of Champions...
Steve Gratz, a freelance artist from Washington, D.C. Season 27 2-time champion: $30,999 + $1,000.
Ken Jennings, a 74-game champion from Seattle, Washington "In 2004, his record-breaking 74-game win streak set a standard for...
Brad Rutter, a $3.2-million winner from Los Angeles, California "In 2000, he became a 5-time champion and went on to...
Andrew Van Duyn, a junior from Wheaton, Illinois 2011 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 16 at the time of the...
Catherine Carson, a fourth grade language arts, math, and social studies teacher from Washington, D.C. "She is new to teaching--she's in her second year. From Washington,...
Charles Temple, a high school English teacher from Ocracoke, North Carolina "He teaches at the smallest public school in North Carolina, and...
Meg Walker, an eleven-year-old from Brandon, Mississippi "She wants to help people with disabilities have a better life...
Weston Mangin, a freshman at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo from Arroyo Grande, California 2012 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 19 at the time of the College Championship.
Brooks Humphreys, a high school social studies teacher from Omaha, Nebraska "He teaches at an all-girls Catholic school operated by the Sisters...
Mary Ann Stanley, a high school chemistry and physical science teacher from Statesboro, Georgia "She's been teaching for 22 years and is now teaching the...
Rose Schaefer, a junior from Portland, Oregon 2012 Teen Tournament 1st runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $36,000. 16 at...
Catherine Briley, a senior from Grand Prairie, Louisiana 2012 Teen Tournament 2nd runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $31,000. 17 at...
Morgan Flood, a junior from Pequea, Pennsylvania 2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Robert Gibbs, a former press secretary from the Obama White House "In 2004, he joined Barack Obama's senatorial campaign as communications director,...
Chris Wallace, a TV host from Fox News Sunday "In March, this Fox News anchor was honored by the National...
Dr. Mehmet Oz, a cardiac surgeon and TV host from The Dr. Oz Show "He is a renowned cardiac surgeon who has written seven New...
Anderson Cooper, a news anchor and correspondent from CNN "He anchors his own prime-time news show, a syndicated daytime talk...
Lewis Black, a stand-up comedian from Lewis Black's Root of All Evil "With success in films, plays, books, and TV specials, he tours...
Clarence Page, a journalist from The Chicago Tribune "His nationally syndicated column began as a local column for the...
Brenton Montie, a sixth grade social studies teacher from South Lyon, Michigan "He teaches at a school ranked in the top 5% in...
Brad Rutter, an actor and producer from Hollywood, California "He was a college student from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, when he won...
Ken Jennings, a writer from Seattle, Washington "He was a software engineer living in Salt Lake City, Utah,...
Gabby Fusco, an 11-year-old from Maspeth, New York "She's loved everything about science she was a little kid, so...
Grace Acton, from Harvard, Massachusetts "This competitive gymnast is hoping to score a perfect 10 for...
Lara Logan, a correspondent from 60 Minutes on CBS "Her bold, award-winning reporting has earned her a prominent spot among...
Sunny Hostin, a senior legal correspondent and analyst from ABC News "She recently joined ABC News as their senior legal correspondent and...
Brad Rutter, an actor and producer from Los Angeles, California • Highest all-time winnings (over $4.3 million) • Has never lost...
Ken Jennings, a writer from Seattle, Washington • 74-game champion with longest winning streak • Total earnings over...
Brad Rutter, the biggest money winner from Los Angeles, California 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time 2nd runner-up: $250,000. 2019...
Ken Jennings, the winner of 74 consecutive games from Seattle, Washington 2020 Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time winner: $1,000,000 + a...
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