Jeopardy! Round, Double Jeopardy! Round, or Tiebreaker Round clues (711 results returned)

#8523, aired 2021-12-01THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES $200: Delaware Bay once teemed with these shellfish & New Jersey's state tall ship was a schooner built to harvest them oysters
#8515, aired 2021-11-19BARRIERS IN LIFE $2000: A type of road barrier is named for this state where they were used on US Highway 22 in the 1950s New Jersey
#8505, aired 2021-11-05STATES & SYMBOLS $400: Nicknames for New Jersey include the Clam State, the Mosquito State & this one added to its license plates in 1954 the Garden State
#8497, aired 2021-10-26TV SHOW OPENING CREDITS $400: A drive down the scenic New Jersey Turnpike passes Satriale's & Pizzaland before ending at a suburban home The Sopranos
#8484, aired 2021-10-07SEEN HERE $600: Think of this state's nickname & it makes sense that a cornucopia, representing abundance, is on its flag, seen here New Jersey (the Garden State)
#8458, aired 2021-08-04HOWDY, SHERIFF $800: Nucky Johnson, who inspired Steve Buscemi's character on this HBO show, was a corrupt sheriff of Atlantic County, New Jersey Boardwalk Empire
#8457, aired 2021-08-03DEFINITELY ONE OF THE 50 STATES $1000: The second state to join the Union, it borders the first & third, Delaware & new Jersey Pennsylvania
#8456, aired 2021-08-02THE STATE I REP IN THE SENATE $200: Cory Booker New Jersey
#8454, aired 2021-07-29SOMETHING $400: Not surprisingly, this future host of "The Daily Show" was voted Best Sense of Humor at his New Jersey high school Jon Stewart
#8445, aired 2021-07-16HIGH $1600: This national scenic trail passes by High Point, the highest peak in New Jersey the Appalachian Trail
#8444, aired 2021-07-15& AWAY WE GO! $400: A visit to this New Jersey capital will include a look at the Douglass House, site of a council of war held by Washington in 1777 Trenton
#8444, aired 2021-07-15SCHOOL OF ROCK $400: As a high schooler in Freehold, New Jersey, he played with a group called the Castiles Bruce Springsteen
#8432, aired 2021-06-29MONUMENTS & MEMORIALS $600: There's a memorial tower to this inventor at Menlo Park, New Jersey, site of his lab Edison
#8427, aired 2021-06-22YOU GIVE ME FEMA $600: 5,000 FEMA employees were deployed in the wake of this storm that made landfall in New Jersey Oct. 29, 2012 Hurricane Sandy
#8391, aired 2021-05-03CHANNELS $400: Terminating south of the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge, the Ambrose Channel is located between these 2 states New York & New Jersey
#8371, aired 2021-04-05STATE THE STATE $800: Its state microbe is the one that was used to develop streptomycin at Rutgers New Jersey
#8319, aired 2021-01-21CANADIAN PLACES $1600: A city in New Jersey has the same name as this province, Canada's only officially bilingual one New Brunswick
#8304, aired 2020-12-17AUDIO DRAMAS $400: The infamous 1938 radio adaptation of this H.G. Wells novel moved the action from England to Grovers Mill, New Jersey The War of the Worlds
#8276, aired 2020-11-09A DAY AT THE RACES $800: The tradition of the yellow jersey being awarded during this race began in 1919; yellow was the color of the newspaper that sponsored it the Tour de France
#8263, aired 2020-10-21IN THE STATE $200: Passaic County New Jersey
#8257, aired 2020-10-13THE NOT-SO-ROARING '30s $800: Lakehurst, New Jersey was the scene of this 1937 disaster the Hindenburg
#8245, aired 2020-09-25TRAVELING ON THE INTERSTATE $1000: It's 2,906 miles on I-80 from San Francisco to Teaneck in this state; good thing we've got a full tank of gas New Jersey
#8235, aired 2020-06-12COLORFUL CITIES $800: A Southern California city & a Northern New Jersey township share this citrusy name Orange
#8230, aired 2020-06-05SOME QUARTER GIVEN $600: Washington is shown crossing the Delaware on the quarter of this state, George's destination New Jersey
#8216, aired 2020-05-18ROCK BANNED $800: 1969: New Jersey police seize 30,000 copies of this couple's "Two Virgins" album, which shows them nude on the cover John Lennon & Yoko Ono
#8187, aired 2020-03-24COLONIAL AMERICA $1600: Hold that tiger! The College of New Jersey was founded in 1746 & would later become this university Princeton
#8178, aired 2020-03-11REQUIEM FOR A SKYLINE $400: In 1978, New Jersey's Marlborough-Blenheim Hotel got checked out to make way for a casino in this city Atlantic City
#8166, aired 2020-02-24AMERICAN WOMEN & POLITICS $1000: So far, Christine Todd Whitman, in office from 1994 to 2001, has been this state's only female governor New Jersey
#8158, aired 2020-02-12POLITICAL MEMOIRS & BIOGRAPHIES $200: "The Power of In-Your-Face Politics" is part of the subtitle of "Let Me Finish" by this recent New Jersey governor Chris Christie
#8151, aired 2020-02-03STATE OF THE ESTATE $800: Thomas Edison's Glenmont Estate New Jersey
#8148, aired 2020-01-29STATES' BIG EMPLOYERS $800: More than 35,000 folks in New Jersey work at Wakefern, a co-op with about 350 of these including ShopRite supermarkets (grocery stores)
#8130, aired 2020-01-03ROCK BANDS $3,000 (Daily Double): In 1988 "New Jersey" was a No. 1 album by this band that's from there Bon Jovi
#8110, aired 2019-12-06IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE $1600: It's chemistry or physics at a New Brunswick, New Jersey school founded in 1766 Rutgers science
#8068, aired 2019-10-09LESSER-KNOWN NAMES ON THE ROAD $1600: Taking you from Pennsylvania to New Jersey, the Commodore Barry Bridge celebrates a "Father of the American" this force the Navy
#8042, aired 2019-07-23STATE OF THE ART $400: Lucy the Elephant in Margate, formerly known as South Atlantic City New Jersey
#8020, aired 2019-06-21COLORS OF THE RAINBOW $1000: New Jersey's state flower the violet
#8019, aired 2019-06-20COLLEGE BOUND $400: New York has SUNY; New Jersey's SUNJ is AKA this 1-named state university at exit 9 off the turnpike Rutgers
#8016, aired 2019-06-17A DAY IN JUNE $2000: The first section of this city's famed Boardwalk along the New Jersey shore opened on June 26, 1870 Atlantic City
#7982, aired 2019-04-30BROOKLYN $200: In 2012 this NBA franchise relocated from New Jersey to Brooklyn the Nets
#7976, aired 2019-04-22THE 20-TEENS $600: This New Jersey governor won praise for his response to superstorm Sandy Chris Christie
#7940, aired 2019-03-01"E"PONYMOUS $400: Menlo Park is in this township in New Jersey Edison
#7935, aired 2019-02-22STATE FACTS $200: Numbering about 100, large & small, more battles were fought in New Jersey than in any other state during this war the Revolutionary
#7925, aired 2019-02-08THE NEW JERSEY HALL OF FAME $200: Sitting Bull called her "Little Sure Shot' in the 19th century; N.J. called her Hall-worthy in 21st Annie Oakley
#7925, aired 2019-02-08THE NEW JERSEY HALL OF FAME $400: This ex-"Daily Show" host "was born in New York City but...was raised in N.J., part of the great Jewish emigration of 1963" Jon Stewart
#7925, aired 2019-02-08THE NEW JERSEY HALL OF FAME $800: The 2016 induction ceremony could have been called "Live! With" this female honoree from Camden County Kelly Ripa
#7925, aired 2019-02-08THE NEW JERSEY HALL OF FAME $1000: This 19th century author & creator of Natty Bumppo got the call in 2015 James Fenimore Cooper
#7925, aired 2019-02-08THE NEW JERSEY HALL OF FAME $2,000 (Daily Double): Alphabetically, this early American pamphleteer immediately preceded Joe Piscopo as 2013 honorees Thomas Paine
#7891, aired 2018-12-24VERY DEFINITELY FOR PROFIT $800: When courts went after his Standard Oil of Ohio, he just created the gargantuan Standard Oil of New Jersey (John D.) Rockefeller
#7880, aired 2018-12-07AFTER THE CIVIL WAR $6,000 (Daily Double): This Union general who lost the 1864 presidential race was later governor of New Jersey McClellan
#7839, aired 2018-10-11EDISON LABS $200: (Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from Edison Labs in Menlo Park, NJ.) On a historic day in 1877, Edison spoke "Mary had a little lamb" into this device; he later recalled his surprise at its instant success, saying, "I was always afraid of things that worked the first time" a phonograph
#7839, aired 2018-10-11EDISON LABS $400: (Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from Edison Labs in Menlo Park, NJ.) Thomas Edison regularly worked 80-hour weeks & punched his own time clock, making him a living example of his familiar dictum: "Genius is 1% inspiration, 99%" this perspiration
#7839, aired 2018-10-11EDISON LABS $600: (Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from Edison Labs in Menlo Park, NJ.) In 1894 Edison filmed members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, including this trick-shot artist in action Annie Oakley
#7839, aired 2018-10-11EDISON LABS $800: (Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Edison Labs in Menlo Park, NJ.) In 1875 Edison invented an electric needle pen for copying documents, but the pen was a failure--but in 1891, it was adapted into the needle pen still used today for this body modification process tattooing
#7839, aired 2018-10-11EDISON LABS $1000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew presents from Edison Labs in Menlo Park, NJ.) Written after a 1914 fire damaged the labs, a letter offering Edison best wishes for continuing health & success shows that the rivalry between Edison & this European electrical genius was not as bitter as it's sometimes made out to be (Nikola) Tesla
#7824, aired 2018-09-20ORANGE YOU GLAD $400: You'll find Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange in this state New Jersey
#7814, aired 2018-07-26POTPOURRI $200: In 2017 New Jersey eliminated the cash type of this for most defendants bail
#7797, aired 2018-07-03STATE CAPITAL COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: Thomas Edison State College Trenton
#7787, aired 2018-06-19FRANK SINATRA $200: The son of a tavern owner, Francis Albert Sinatra was born in this New Jersey city in December 1915 Hoboken
#7784, aired 2018-06-14PLAYING POLITICS $600: Then a New Jersey prosecutor, this future governor helped jail Jared Kushner's father in 2005 Chris Christie
#7780, aired 2018-06-08GOLFER IN CHIEF $1600: The 45th president enjoys time at Trump National in Bedminster in this state, where he watched the 2017 U.S. Women's Open New Jersey
#7774, aired 2018-05-31FLY, YOU FOOLS! $800: Traffic is horrible around the Big Apple--take a chopper to JFK from this Jersey airport, EWR Newark
#7765, aired 2018-05-18THE SCHOOL YEAR $200: In 1996 Trenton State College became the College of this state New Jersey
#7739, aired 2018-04-12COLLEGE SLASHES $1000: Drew University in Madison, near Elizabeth in this East Coast state, is slashing tuition 20% for 2018-19 New Jersey
#7732, aired 2018-04-03"H" ON THE MAP $1000: This rhymingly named New Jersey city is the seat of Bergen County Hackensack
#7692, aired 2018-02-06MEMORIALS $1000: In Menlo Park, New Jersey you can see the memorial tower named for this man Thomas Edison
#7687, aired 2018-01-30NOT TO BE CONFUSED $1000: While New Jersey is the "Garden State", this is the "Peace Garden State" North Dakota
#7674, aired 2018-01-11STATE SEALS $600: This item that ends up in a bed in "The Godfather" is also on New Jersey's flag & seal a horse's head
#7664, aired 2017-12-28OFFICIAL STATE STUFF $600: Its name sounds redundant, but the state flower of New Jersey is the purple this violet
#7662, aired 2017-12-26HIS OWN MUSEUM $400: Oddly, the only U.S. museum devoted to this physicist is tucked inside a woolens shop in Princeton, New Jersey Einstein
#7662, aired 2017-12-26ON BOXING DAY $400: In the Dec. 26, 1776 battle of this New Jersey city, a colonial army defeated a garrison of Hessian soldiers Trenton
#7640, aired 2017-11-24THE 300+ $800: U.S. Route 322 traverses New Jersey, Pennsylvania & Ohio, from the Atlantic Ocean to this lake Lake Erie
#7616, aired 2017-10-23STATE OF THE UNION HEADQUARTERS $1000: North Bergen, New Jersey: The International Association of these "men" who work on the docks longshoremen
#7615, aired 2017-10-20THE 20th CENTURY $1,000 (Daily Double): The unfortunate Captain Max Pruss was in command of this vehicle over New Jersey on May 6, 1937 the Hindenburg
#7586, aired 2017-09-11HIGHWAY TO HELL $200: Route 495 takes those in New Jersey to Hell's Kitchen via this "presidential" tunnel the Lincoln Tunnel
#7574, aired 2017-07-13HOW INVENTIVE $800: During WWI he equipped a new lab for antisubmarine research on Eagle Rock Mountain near West Orange, New Jersey Edison
#7564, aired 2017-06-29"N" THE MAP $200: The New Jersey Devils play home games at the Prudential Center in this city Newark
#7557, aired 2017-06-20TANGLED UP IN BLUE $1600: Bergen County, New Jersey has one of the USA's last blue laws, banning retailers from doing this selling alcohol on Sundays (or selling anything on a Sunday)
#7552, aired 2017-06-13BIG TEN SCHOOLS $400: In 1864 this school became New Jersey's land-grant college; 60 years later, it assumed university status Rutgers
#7545, aired 2017-06-02SPEAKING "FRENCH" $400: La Isla Restaurant in New Jersey is known for this breakfast dish, stuffed with strawberry/guava cream cheese French toast
#7544, aired 2017-06-01LONG NONSTOP FLIGHTS $1600: Singapore Air flew SQ21, a 9,500-mile, nearly 19-hour journey between the country & this New Jersey airport Newark
#7539, aired 2017-05-25U.S. SENATORS $1200: In 1978 this retired NBA star was elected U.S. senator for New Jersey Bill Bradley
#7536, aired 2017-05-22ASIAN-AMERICAN PERFORMERS $400: In 2004 New Jersey-born Kal Penn played Kumar, hungry for this title place for some reason White Castle
#7505, aired 2017-04-07LIGHTHOUSES $800: Built in 1764, the USA's oldest surviving light is Sandy Hook, where the Atlantic meets New York Bay in this state New Jersey
#7486, aired 2017-03-13WHO "RU"? $6,000 (Daily Double): Henry was the first name of this early 1800s philanthropist who supported education in New Jersey Rutgers
#7452, aired 2017-01-24THE DEVILS $800: This NHL team got its name from a creature said to roam the pine barrens the New Jersey Devils
#7439, aired 2017-01-05BEEN THERE, DONE THAT $400: Dropped 456 feet on the Kingda Ka, one of these, at Six Flags in Jackson, New Jersey a roller coaster
#7434, aired 2016-12-29THE STATE GOVERNED $800: Christine Todd Whitman New Jersey
#7427, aired 2016-12-20& NOW FOR SOME GOOD NEWS $400: A boy who survived a tsunami wearing the jersey of this national team was helped by Cristiano Ronaldo & is now a young soccer star Portugal
#7427, aired 2016-12-20SERVING THE STATE $600: Prior to becoming governor of New Jersey in 2010, this Republican served as a United States attorney Chris Christie
#7424, aired 2016-12-15THE OCEANS $1600: Despite its wet name, Ocean City in this state's Cape May county is dry regarding alcohol New Jersey
#7406, aired 2016-11-21LOOKING AT COLLEGES $400: We'll check out Drumthwacket, the New Jersey governor's residence that's in the borough boasting this Ivy League school Princeton
#7401, aired 2016-11-14LET'S TRAVEL $1200: Visitors to this inventor's New Jersey lab can hear recordings from his 1890 talking doll, a costly failure Edison
#7401, aired 2016-11-14REALITY TV SHOWS $400: The Bravo channel has introduced us to "The Real" ones of Atlanta, Beverly Hills & New Jersey housewives
#7391, aired 2016-10-31ABBREVIATED REALITY SHOWS $400: The one where an angry Teresa literally turned the tables on a cast mate: "RHONJ" Real Housewives of New Jersey
#7376, aired 2016-10-10OBVIOUS BROADWAY $400: "My Boyfriend's Back" is one of the songs in this show that begins in New Jersey in 1962 Jersey Boys
#7356, aired 2016-09-12BEFORE & AFTER $800: A New Jersey governor tries a modeling career & marries Billy Joel (for a while) Chris Christie Brinkley
#7341, aired 2016-07-11ROADS SCHOLAR $800: This interstate takes you from San Francisco to New Jersey, passing through some more sparsely populated areas Interstate 80
#7337, aired 2016-07-05MONUMENTS & MEMORIALS $400: There's a memorial tower to him in Menlo Park, New Jersey, home to his lab from 1876 to 1886 (Thomas) Edison
#7294, aired 2016-05-05TEACHERS $800: This magician must have spoken when he taught Latin at a New Jersey high school (Raymond) Teller
#7274, aired 2016-04-07WORDS IN U.S. CAPITALS $800: A payment in New Jersey's capital rent (in Trenton)
#7265, aired 2016-03-25A CATEGORY FULL OF COR(E)YS $1600: He's the first African American from New Jersey to serve in the U.S. Senate Cory Booker
#7256, aired 2016-03-14IT WAS 1916 $200: The big news on the Jersey shore in July 1916 was 4 fatal attacks by these, species unknown shark
#7250, aired 2016-03-04U.S. LIBRARIES $800: This state's State Library is an affiliate of Thomas Edison State College New Jersey
#7244, aired 2016-02-25THAT TOWN'S IN TEXAS, TOO $400: Bada bing! You can find touches of New Jersey in Texas, what with Camden & this city named for the capital Trenton
#7241, aired 2016-02-22WHAT'S THE "PASS" WORD? $2000: Dr. Alex Blanco is mayor of this city in New Jersey, not far from Teterboro airport Passaic
#7179, aired 2015-11-26OUR "FREE"DOM $2000: When Springsteen sings "My Hometown", it's this New Jersey town where he was raised Freehold
#7176, aired 2015-11-23IN THE STATE'S HALL OF FAME $200: Bill Bradley & Albert Einstein are in this state's Hall of Fame New Jersey
#7156, aired 2015-10-26A NATION OF NATIONAL LABS $200: Fusion energy is under study at PPPL, this New Jersey Plasma Physics Lab Princeton
#7131, aired 2015-09-21SCHOOL DAYS $600: It's now or never to name this rocker seen here in his high school freshman year in New Jersey Jon Bon Jovi
#7109, aired 2015-07-09THE 114th CONGRESS $800: This New Jersey senator played football at Stanford (Cory) Booker
#7105, aired 2015-07-03CAR TUNES $400: (Kelly of the Clue Crew sits in a convertible with Sarah in the driver's seat at the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland, OH.) Natalie Cole's hit song about a classic automobile, like the 1962 model we're in, was written by this New Jersey man who had a few hits of his own Bruce Springsteen
#7096, aired 2015-06-22OLD JERSEY, NEW JERSEY $400: You'll find the William Trent House on Market Street in this New Jersey city Trenton
#7096, aired 2015-06-22OLD JERSEY, NEW JERSEY $800: Situated between southern England & western France, Jersey is the largest & southernmost of these islands the Channel Islands
#7096, aired 2015-06-22OLD JERSEY, NEW JERSEY $1200: From 1789 to 2008 only one breed of this was allowed on the island of Jersey a cow
#7096, aired 2015-06-22OLD JERSEY, NEW JERSEY $1600: In the early '20s Lakehurst, N.J. had a hangar as big as 3 football fields, built to hold 2 of these aircraft Zeppelins (or dirigibles)
#7096, aired 2015-06-22OLD JERSEY, NEW JERSEY $2000: This New Jersey township that's home to the Menlo Park area acquired its present name in 1954 Edison
#7090, aired 2015-06-12YOU'VE BEEN "HACK"ED! $1600: You can buy a house out in this seat of New Jersey's Bergen County Hackensack
#7067, aired 2015-05-12CITIES IN SONG $2000: Bruce Springsteen: "Oh brother, are you gonna leave me wasting away on the streets of" this city Philadelphia
#7045, aired 2015-04-10LITERARY LANDMARKS $400: Philip Roth bus tours take you to his boyhood home & high school in this largest New Jersey city Newark
#7039, aired 2015-04-02DIE ANOTHER DAY $2,000 (Daily Double): April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey Einstein
#7036, aired 2015-03-30PRISON ESCAPES $600: Black Liberation Army leader Joanne Chesimard broke out of a New Jersey jail in 1979 & fled to this island country Cuba
#7028, aired 2015-03-18LAND "HO"! $800: It's the New Jersey city near Jersey City shown here Hoboken
#6996, aired 2015-02-02IN THE STATE CAPITAL $600: Thomas Edison State College Trenton (New Jersey)
#6990, aired 2015-01-23THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $2000: (Kelly of the Clue Crew reads the clue from Valley Forge Nat'l Historical Park in Pennsylvania.) Soon after leaving Valley Forge, our troops proved themselves in this New Jersey battle, the last major northern battle of the war the Battle of Monmouth
#6964, aired 2014-12-18U.S NEWS & WORLD REPORT BEST OF 2014 $200: The best "elementary particles/fields/string theory" grad school? This New Jersey Ivy League school Princeton
#6940, aired 2014-11-14COLLEGE KNOWLEDGE $400: In 1825 this state university of New Jersey was renamed to honor a revolutionary war colonel Rutgers
#6938, aired 2014-11-12MOVIE "LAND" $2000: Sylvester Stallone played an overweight New Jersey sheriff in this 1997 drama Cop Land
#6886, aired 2014-07-21AMERICAN HISTORY $2,000 (Daily Double): In 1916, German saboteurs blew up a New Jersey munitions depot, sending shrapnel into this nearby landmark's gown Statue of Liberty
#6874, aired 2014-07-03BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN $800: Springsteen's 1973 debut, "Greetings from" this New Jersey resort city, initially sold only 25,000 copies Asbury Park
#6871, aired 2014-06-30U.S. COLONY NAMES $400: This colony's name came from one of the Channel Islands New Jersey
#6860, aired 2014-06-13BOROUGH IN! $1600: In 2014 the Super Bowl was played at MetLife Stadium in this New Jersey borough East Rutherford
#6859, aired 2014-06-12NOEL, COWARD $400: Noel wasn't afraid of this NHL team because of its "diabolic" name--it's just that Martin Brodeur was scary good New Jersey Devils
#6805, aired 2014-03-28THE STATE HOLDING THE FORT $1600: Fort Lee (but it ain't in New Jersey, pal!) Virginia
#6795, aired 2014-03-14BASEBALL TEAMS $400: In 2013 this team added a new jersey, putting the name of the city, not the team, under 2 red birds perched on a bat the St. Louis Cardinals
#6768, aired 2014-02-05'80s BABIES $400: The Sterns of New Jersey won a 1980s custody battle with the surrogate mother of Melissa, better known as "Baby" this "M"
#6764, aired 2014-01-30NFL STADIUMS $800: These 2 NFL teams play home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey the Jets & the Giants
#6757, aired 2014-01-21& THE FISH WAS THIS BIG! $1000: If you're doing this type of "Fishing in America", remember that New Jersey's record for a lake one is over 32 pounds trout
#6729, aired 2013-12-12TV BARS & SALOONS $1000: A New Jersey strip club called Satin Dolls served as this club on "The Sopranos" Bada Bing
#6728, aired 2013-12-11A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT $600: Each year at Titusville, New Jersey, you can see a reenactment of the crossing of this river the Delaware
#6718, aired 2013-11-27EDUCATION $200 (Daily Double): This New Jersey-based organization says it's the world's largest provider of scholarships to young women the Miss America Organization (the Miss American Pageant accepted)
#6691, aired 2013-10-21THE 13 COLONIES $2000: The original deed granted to Carteret & Berkeley for this colony called it Nova Caesarea New Jersey
#6681, aired 2013-10-07LESS OF THE CELEB TO LOVE $2000: This famous New Jerseyan had a lap band procedure on President's Day weekend 2013 Chris Christie
#6658, aired 2013-07-24COASTAL U.S. STATES $600: Bay Head on its famous "shore" was ravaged by Superstorm Sandy New Jersey
#6644, aired 2013-07-04AT THE DRIVE-IN $400: Camden in this state was the site of the 1st drive-in; creator Richard Hollingshead's large mom hated theater seats New Jersey
#6643, aired 2013-07-03BEFORE & AFTER $1600: Current governor of New Jersey who was also the first female governor of New Jersey Chris Christie Todd Whitman
#6602, aired 2013-05-07COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1000: James Madison breezed through this school in 2 years when it was still called the College of New Jersey Princeton
#6590, aired 2013-04-19EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY $2,400 (Daily Double): In 1677 he drafted the first charter guaranteeing separation of church & state in the Quaker Colony of West New Jersey William Penn
#6583, aired 2013-04-10RIVER UNDER THE BRIDGE $2,000 (Daily Double): Beneath the Ben Franklin Bridge that links Philadelphia & Camden, New Jersey the Delaware
#6582, aired 2013-04-09DATA STRATA $600: This eastern state has the highest population density; must all be at the shore New Jersey
#6558, aired 2013-03-06KNOW YOUR AREA CODES $1600: This state's 201 was the first area code to be used, in 1951 New Jersey
#6553, aired 2013-02-27COLONIAL AMERICA $1200: In 1704 this colony was permitted to convene its own legislature apart from Pennsylvania's Delaware
#6519, aired 2013-01-10AMERICANA $800: Sandy Hook Light, the USA's oldest standing lighthouse, still operates in this state New Jersey
#6518, aired 2013-01-09THE UNREAL McCOYS $1200: Captain Bill McCoy's bootlegging ship is anchored off the New Jersey coast in the first scene of this HBO series Boardwalk Empire
#6501, aired 2012-12-17NEW JERSEY $400: In 2011 a Florida Major League Baseball team unveiled a New Jersey & this new alliterative name the Miami Marlins
#6501, aired 2012-12-17NEW JERSEY $800: Hoping to improve times, the 2012 U.S. Olympic track team wore new uniforms with these on them, like on golf balls dimples
#6501, aired 2012-12-17NEW JERSEY $1,600 (Daily Double): Nike redesigned the NFL uniforms for 2012, with the biggest revamp for this team that's closest to Nike headquarters the Seattle Seahawks
#6501, aired 2012-12-17NEW JERSEY $1600: The 1912-13 throwback jerseys worn in 2009 didn't help this team add to its 24 Stanley Cups the (Montreal) Canadiens
#6501, aired 2012-12-17NEW JERSEY $2000: This team that once featured a dribbling dinosaur on its jersey became the NBA's first to debut a camouflage one the Toronto Raptors
#6498, aired 2012-12-12EARLY U.S. CAPITALS $600: Before it became capital of New Jersey, it was the U.S. capital for 2 months; Congress met at the French Arms Tavern Trenton
#6482, aired 2012-11-20THE NATIONAL FILM REGISTRY $1200: "Newark Athlete", an experimental film from 1891, was made at his lab in West Orange, New Jersey Edison
#6460, aired 2012-10-1918th CENTURY AMERICA $800: This colony & New York shared the same governor until 1738, when Lewis Morris was named its governor New Jersey
#6442, aired 2012-09-25BILLBOARD'S TOP MONEY MAKERS OF 2011 $600: When you make nearly $16 million like this New Jersey band, you're livin' on more than a prayer Bon Jovi
#6440, aired 2012-09-21STATE BY COUNTIES $400: Ocean, Camden, Passaic New Jersey
#6424, aired 2012-07-19EARLY AMERICA $400: In 1624 the Dutch West India Company formed this colony in parts of what is now New York, New Jersey, Conn. & Delaware New Netherland
#6422, aired 2012-07-17CONSTITUTION SIGNERS BY STATE $3,000 (Daily Double): William Paterson New Jersey
#6418, aired 2012-07-11THE 50 STATES $2000: Bays along the coast of this state include Great Egg Harbor, Barnegat & Sandy Hook New Jersey
#6378, aired 2012-05-16THE BRITISH ARE COMING! $2000: Washington crossed the Delaware to beat British forces in the battle of this future New Jersey capital Trenton
#6375, aired 2012-05-11PEOPLE $400: In Feb. 2012 New Jersey's governor ordered flags be flown half-staff during the funeral of this Newark-born singer Whitney Houston
#6347, aired 2012-04-03GOOD NEWS $400: For those wanting privacy to watch movies, the first of this type of theater opened in New Jersey on June 6, 1933 a drive-in theater
#6318, aired 2012-02-22FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH $1200: On Feb. 15, 1804 New Jersey became the last northern state to do this outlaw slavery
#6310, aired 2012-02-10COLLEGE BEFORE & AFTER $1600: The pirates of a Catholic school in New Jersey may need one to get to the bathroom during class hours Seton Hall pass
#6284, aired 2012-01-05HIGHLY OEDIPAL $3,000 (Daily Double): This revolutionary patriot's son William stuck with the crown as Royal Governor of New Jersey Benjamin Franklin
#6278, aired 2011-12-28"NEW" U.S. CITIES $600: This New Jersey city boasts an international airport & the 360-acre Branch Brook Park Newark
#6259, aired 2011-12-01ABOUT THE STATES $800: Orson Welles' birthplace of Kenosha is in this state Wisconsin
#6250, aired 2011-11-18ALMA MATERS $400: Coworkers Samuel Alito, Elena Kagan & Sonia Sotomayor are all graduates of this New Jersey school Princeton
#6242, aired 2011-11-08IT'S YES-VEMBER $200: On Nov. 20, 1789 New Jersey became the first state to ratify this, all 10 parts the Bill of Rights
#6230, aired 2011-10-21POLITICIANS $2000: Inaugurated in 2010 as New Jersey's governor, this ex-prosecutor is tough on spending Chris Christie
#6216, aired 2011-10-03JERSEY TV $400: The opening credits to this series showed Tony's commute home to the suburbs of Northern New Jersey The Sopranos
#6216, aired 2011-10-03JERSEY TV $1200: Caroline Manzo & Jacqueline Laurita are 2 of the title women of this TV show that's on Bravo The Real Housewives of New Jersey
#6213, aired 2011-09-28TRIPLE THE FUN $800: On the East Coast "Tri-State Area" often refers to this trio, the 3rd, 5th & 11th to join the Union Connecticut, New York & New Jersey
#6207, aired 2011-09-20STATELY RIVERS $1,000 (Daily Double): Trenton, New Jersey lies at the head of navigation on this river the Delaware River
#6198, aired 2011-07-20CELEBS WE'D LIKE TO SEE ON REALITY SHOWS $400: New roommate in this show's house! Yo, it's Martha Stewart, goin' to Karma with Deena & JWoww in search of juiceheads Jersey Shore
#6192, aired 2011-07-12SWEET SPOTS $2000: Banana & teaberry are among more than 30 flavors of this old-fashioned sweet sold at Shriver's in Ocean City, New Jersey salt water taffy
#6174, aired 2011-06-16IT'S A DISASTER $600: Spectacular May 1937 newsreel footage showed this New Jersey air disaster (the crash of) the Hindenburg
#6172, aired 2011-06-14COOKBOOKS $600: "Skinny Italian" offers recipes & cooking tips from Teresa Giudice of this "Real Housewives" franchise The Real Housewives of New Jersey
#6165, aired 2011-06-03JERSEY SURE $800: In 1969 New Jersey voters approved a state this to raise money for schools... Let's give 3, 9, 15, 17, 32 & 41 a whirl a lottery
#6165, aired 2011-06-03JERSEY SURE $1600: New Jersey said sure, so the Camden home of this "O Captain! My Captain!" poet is a state historic site Whitman
#6165, aired 2011-06-03JERSEY SURE $2000: In 1945 New Jersey said yep, we'll take full responsibility for this university, founded as Queen's College in 1766 Rutgers
#6155, aired 2011-05-20THE STATE SHE GOVERNED $800: Christine Todd Whitman, 1994 to 2001 New Jersey
#6141, aired 2011-05-02STATE NAME ORIGINS $1,200 (Daily Double): This state was named for an island in the English Channel New Jersey
#6123, aired 2011-04-06ROADSIDE AMERICA $2000: Take a gamble & visit Lucy the Elephant, seen here, a seaside attraction in this state for over 100 years New Jersey
#6098, aired 2011-03-02COPPING OUT AT THE MOVIES $1200: Let's Segway to this Kevin James title guy, a New Jersey "Mall Cop" Paul Blart
#6085, aired 2011-02-11THE CITY'S OLDEST RESTAURANT $400: Dock's Oyster House--a New Jersey city Atlantic City
#6083, aired 2011-02-09"HAWK" EYES $2000: This New Jersey town across from Manhattan is the western portal to the Lincoln Tunnel Weehawken
#6080, aired 2011-02-04HAZARDS $400: This state's many hazardous waste sites include Chemsol in Piscataway & Crompton in Perth Amboy New Jersey
#6065, aired 2011-01-14THEY'RE ON CABLE TV $800: It took all "The Real Housewives of" this to restrain Teresa from going after Danielle Staub on the reunion show New Jersey
#6048, aired 2010-12-22ON THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS $1000: In 1776 George Washington & the continental army defeated the Hessians at the battle of this New Jersey city Trenton
#6029, aired 2010-11-25PAT-POURRI $1200: The New York Knicks retired his No. 33 jersey Patrick Ewing
#6021, aired 2010-11-15STATE FACTS $200: This state boasts 2 of the oldest universities in the U.S.: Princeton & Rutgers New Jersey
#6019, aired 2010-11-11LANDMARKS $1200: The Holland one in New Jersey & New York is a National Historic Landmark a tunnel
#6015, aired 2010-11-05NEW JERSEY $400: The New Jersey Governor's Mansion, Drumthwacket, is in this university city, not in Trenton Princeton
#6015, aired 2010-11-05NEW JERSEY $800: New Jersey's highest point, High Point, lies in the Kittatinny Mountains, a part of this larger chain the Appalachians
#6015, aired 2010-11-05NEW JERSEY $1200: New Jersey was named for an isle in this British island group the Channel Islands
#6015, aired 2010-11-05NEW JERSEY $2000: "America's oldest seaside resort", it's home to more than 600 Victorian homes & seaside cottages Cape May
#6015, aired 2010-11-05NEW JERSEY $2,200 (Daily Double): New Jersey's smallest county in area & most densely populated, it was named for an explorer & the river it borders Hudson County
#6006, aired 2010-10-25ODD PLACE NAMES $400: Meaning 2-shelled, the name of this New Jersey town goes back to its oyster industry days Bivalve
#6001, aired 2010-10-18YOU TAKE A MILE $800: In 1987, a mile-long garbage slick was spotted off Monmouth County in this state; call Tony Soprano, he's in waste mgmt. New Jersey
#5996, aired 2010-10-11JERSEY GIRLS $1600: This "Fudge"-tastic children's author was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey Judy Blume
#5996, aired 2010-10-11JERSEY GIRLS $4,000 (Daily Double): Governor of New Jersey form 1994 to 2001, she appointed the state's first female Attorney General Christine Whitman
#5993, aired 2010-10-06ALL HAIL $400: Aaron Burr, Jack Nicholson, Frank Sinatra New Jersey
#5985, aired 2010-09-24COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1200: A white oak on the campus of this New Brunswick, New Jersey school inspired Joyce Kilmer to write "Trees" Rutgers
#5982, aired 2010-09-21WOMEN ON THE MAP $400: New Jersey's 4 largest cities in population are Newark, Jersey City, Paterson & her Elizabeth
#5981, aired 2010-09-20BLARNEY $800: Tiny pieces, or the New Jersey band that sang "Only a Memory" smithereens
#5960, aired 2010-07-09THOUGHT FOR FOOD $1600: A New Jersey diner sold a 50-pound burger named for this home of ancient Greece's gods Olympus
#5947, aired 2010-06-22REAL NAMES IN SPORTS $1000: Brooklyn Pope was a McDonald's High School All-American before playing for this state university of New Jersey Rutgers
#5934, aired 2010-06-03CABLE NETWORKING $1200: "Top Chef" & "The Real Housewives of Atlanta / New Jersey / New York City..." Bravo
#5928, aired 2010-05-26U.S. PRESIDENTS $800: The 1999 New Jersey state quarter includes a depiction of this president on the reverse Washington
#5911, aired 2010-05-03PEOPLE $600: A 2010 story informed us that Mike Sorrentino aka the Situation, is loving his new fame as part of this show Jersey Shore
#5908, aired 2010-04-28SUPREME COURTSHIP $2000: This chief justice & diplomat married the daughter of William Livingston, the first post-Revolutionary gov. of New Jersey John Jay
#5874, aired 2010-03-11STATES' MOST POPULOUS CITIES $1000: New Jersey Newark
#5865, aired 2010-02-26INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY $5,000 (Daily Double): In 1935 he bought a house at 112 Mercer Street in Princeton, New Jersey Einstein
#5842, aired 2010-01-26HOLD THE FORT $800: Fort Monmouth in this state is the headquarters of the U.S. Army Telecommunications-Electronics Command New Jersey
#5817, aired 2009-12-22CURSES $600: Curse averted! The Yankees dug up a buried jersey of this rival team out of the concrete of the new stadium in 2008 the Boston Red Sox
#5804, aired 2009-12-03ALSO A U.S. STATE $400: A numbered shirt you just bought from your favorite football team a New Jersey
#5787, aired 2009-11-10TOURING USA $600: Check out Nassau Hall, the U.S. capitol in 1783, located at Princeton Univ. in this state New Jersey
#5779, aired 2009-10-29MOBISODES $1000: In the 9-episode arc that started this show, Vinnie (Ken Wahl) infiltrates a New Jersey mob family Wiseguy
#5762, aired 2009-10-06STATELY RIVERS $600: Rahway River, Passaic River New Jersey
#5756, aired 2009-09-28STATELY FORTS $2,000 (Daily Double): Fort Dix in this state is bordered by McGuire Air Force Base & Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst New Jersey
#5749, aired 2009-09-17SCIENTISTS $400: The press dubbed him "The Wizard of Menlo Park", the site of his New Jersey workshop Edison
#5742, aired 2009-07-21SHAM, WOW! $400: Wow--this "Citizen Kane" star's 1938 radio show had many convinced Martians had invaded New Jersey Orson Welles
#5724, aired 2009-06-25SECOND LETTER "X" $1600: In 1972 the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey became this corporation Exxon
#5721, aired 2009-06-22SCHOOL MOTTOES $800: Montclair State College in New Jersey uses the motto Carpe diem, which means this seize the day
#5719, aired 2009-06-18OBSCURE AMERICA $800: Come face to face with wildlife at the Hiram Blauvelt Museum off this parkway whose name is New Jersey's nickname Garden State
#5685, aired 2009-05-01MILITARY INSTALLATIONS BY STATE $1000: Fort Monmouth, Fort Dix New Jersey
#5620, aired 2009-01-30WHAT AM I DOING IN NEW JERSEY? $200: In 1976 N.J. voted to permit gambling casinos here to raise money for the disabled & elderly; the first opened in 1978 Atlantic City
#5620, aired 2009-01-30WHAT AM I DOING IN NEW JERSEY? $400: The state capital was named for a merchant & landowner with this 5-letter name (William) Trent
#5620, aired 2009-01-30WHAT AM I DOING IN NEW JERSEY? $600: In 1879 the first practical incandescent lamp was developed in this community Menlo Park
#5620, aired 2009-01-30WHAT AM I DOING IN NEW JERSEY? $1,000 (Daily Double): In 1910 this ex-Princeton Pres. was elected Governor of N.J. but served only 2 years before taking a new job Woodrow Wilson
#5620, aired 2009-01-30WHAT AM I DOING IN NEW JERSEY? $1000: In 1994 she became the first woman governor of N.J; she'd later be in a president's cabinet & on "Jeopardy!" Christie Todd Whitman
#5603, aired 2009-01-07AMERICAN ISLANDS $400: Cha-ching! This resort lies on Absecon Island on the southeast coast of New Jersey Atlantic City
#5600, aired 2009-01-02HISTORIC SUPREME COURT DECISIONS $600: In 1911 the court ruled this co. "of New Jersey" had to be dissolved for its unreasonable restraint of trade Standard Oil
#5599, aired 2009-01-01MUSICAL STATES $2000: Bruce Springsteen recorded this 1982 album in his New Jersey bedroom using a 4-track cassette recorder Nebraska
#5592, aired 2008-12-23AMERICA'S GOT TALENT $1000: New Jersey's Dave Meenan covered more than 28 miles this way in 1997--beat that, Bojangles! tap dancing
#5578, aired 2008-12-03AMERICA BEFORE THE REVOLUTION $800: In 1738, after 36 years of sharing a governor with New York, this colony got its own governor, Lewis Morris New Jersey
#5567, aired 2008-11-18I CAN'T HEAR MYSELF THINK $600: A New Jersey motorcycle rally is rhymingly called this "to the Shore" Roar
#5564, aired 2008-11-13ALL YOU NEED IS GOV. $600: Jon Corzine New Jersey
#5562, aired 2008-11-11GUINNESS RECORDS $2000: With a designed speed of 128 mph, the fastest of these rides is Kingda Ka at Six Flags in New Jersey a roller coaster
#5529, aired 2008-09-25ROCK & ROLL $400: "You Give Love A Bad Name" was this New Jersey group's first No. 1 hit Bon Jovi
#5525, aired 2008-09-19COME UP TO THE LAB $400: He had laboratories at Menlo Park & West Orange, New Jersey Edison
#5524, aired 2008-09-18AMERICANA $600: The first section of the boardwalk along this New Jersey seashore resort opened on June 26, 1870 Atlantic City
#5520, aired 2008-09-12BROADWAY MUSICAL SETTINGS $1200: 4 blue-collar guys work their way up from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom in this 2005 smash Jersey Boys
#5518, aired 2008-09-10STATE FLAGS $1600: This Roman goddess of agriculture holds a cornucopia on New Jersey's state flag Ceres
#5517, aired 2008-09-09THAT J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER $1600: In 1947 J.R. got another job supervising brainiacs, heading the Institute for Advanced Study in this city Princeton, New Jersey
#5479, aired 2008-06-05CASING YOUR STATE $1000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands next to a Seeing Eye dog.) While there are other schools, only dogs trained at The Seeing Eye's Morristown location in this East Coast state can rightly be called Seeing Eye dogs New Jersey
#5462, aired 2008-05-13COLLEGE FOOTBALL GEOGRAPHY $200: In 1869 this state's Rutgers beat Princeton in the first college game New Jersey
#5450, aired 2008-04-25SARDI'S $400: (Jon of the Clue Crew reports from Sardi's in New York, NY.) One of the newest caricatures here at Sardi's is that of John Lloyd Young, who won a Tony for playing Frankie Valli in this musical Jersey Boys
#5441, aired 2008-04-14STATE FLAGS $1000: The flags of these two Eastern states that border each other both depict the goddess Liberty holding a liberty cap New York & New Jersey
#5433, aired 2008-04-02YO, DOG! $400: (Jon of the Clue Crew walks the grounds of The Seeing Eye in New Jersey.) The Seeing Eye breeds its own dogs, many of them this type of dog, whose original purpose required them to go in a straight line a golden retriever (or retriever)
#5418, aired 2008-03-12OFFICIAL STATE DINOSAURS & FOSSILS $600: Haddonfield, in this Eastern state, was the site of the first "nearly complete" dinosaur find--a Hadrosaurus New Jersey
#5417, aired 2008-03-11STATE THE STATE $1600: On May 17, 2004 this eastern state became the first to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples Massachusetts
#5403, aired 2008-02-203 CHEERS FOR CHEERLEADERS $1200: She led cheers at her New Jersey high school before acting in "Brothers & Sisters" Calista Flockhart
#5391, aired 2008-02-04COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: Former President Cleveland was one of the trustees of this New Jersey university that elected Woodrow Wilson its head Princeton
#5380, aired 2008-01-18YOU'VE BEEN EXILED $2000: Napoleon's oldest brother, he spent many years in exile in New Jersey following Waterloo Joseph
#5375, aired 2008-01-11STATE THE GOVERNOR $800: In 2007 this state's Jon Corzine broke several bones in a car crash--he wasn't buckled in New Jersey
#5374, aired 2008-01-10NBA RETIRED JERSEYS $800: New York Knicks No. 33 Patrick Ewing
#5363, aired 2007-12-26SEEING EYE DOGS $400: (A trainer and dog stop at a curb behind Cheryl of the Clue Crew at The Seeing Eye in New Jersey.) A dog is trained to stop at curbs for two reasons, safety & orientation, as people who are visually impaired determine location by counting these the blocks
#5363, aired 2007-12-26SEEING EYE DOGS $800: (Jon of the Clue Crew pets a German shepherd puppy at The Seeing Eye in New Jersey.) The Seeing Eye puppy-raising program aims to have dogs learn the ABCs: affection, this & courtesy behavior
#5363, aired 2007-12-26SEEING EYE DOGS $1200: (Jon of the Clue Crew crosses the street with a trainer & her dog at The Seeing Eye in New Jersey.) A Seeing Eye dog owner listens to traffic to know when to say "forward"; the dog doesn't know when to go because dogs have this visual deficiency of their own colorblindness
#5363, aired 2007-12-26SEEING EYE DOGS $1600: (Jon of the Clue Crew watches as a dog refuses to cross a street despite its trainer's urging.) Thoreau talked of "civil" this, but dogs must learn "intelligent" this, like stopping instead of obeying an order to go forward disobedience
#5363, aired 2007-12-26SEEING EYE DOGS $2000: (Cheryl of the Clue Crew leads Jon on at The Seeing Eye in New Jersey.) In the matching process for a dog, people with visual impairments are evaluated on pace & pull using this harness named for the Roman queen of heaven Juno
#5361, aired 2007-12-24LET'S "ROCK"! $200: Because of the more favorable corporate laws New Jersey passed in 1889, he moved his Standard Oil of Ohio there (John D.) Rockefeller
#5325, aired 2007-11-02GOVERNORS $1600: As New Jersey governor, this woman seen here appointed the state's first African-American Supreme Court Justice Christie Todd Whitman
#5319, aired 2007-10-25SEEING "RED" $2000: The Molly Pitcher Inn is a delightful waterfront hotel in this New Jersey town Red Bank
#5310, aired 2007-10-12THOMAS JEFFERSON $400: In 1819 Thomas Jefferson founded the University of this, his home state Virginia
#5309, aired 2007-10-11STATE CAPITALS $400: The Old Barracks in this New Jersey capital housed Continental Army troops during the Revolution Trenton
#5288, aired 2007-09-12WHERE AM I? $1200: (Kelly of the Clue Crew tours a warehouse.) Watching the Macy's parade, you may not know the floats are built here in a warehouse in this New Jersey city, also known as Sinatra's hometown Hoboken
#5271, aired 2007-07-09THE NEW YORK TIMES PHOTOGRAPHY $800: Seen here is a dramatic 1937 photo of a tragedy in this New Jersey town Lakehurst
#5253, aired 2007-06-13CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS $200: Weehawken, site of an 1804 political duel, is in this state's 13th, represented by Albio Sires New Jersey
#5251, aired 2007-06-11MORTAL MATTERS $2000: Once fired by Lincoln, this Union General took a New Jersey exit on Oct. 29, 1885 (George) McClellan
#5238, aired 2007-05-23AMERICAN POLITICAL IDOL $400: In 1804 this guy killed a political foe with one shot in New Jersey...You're the V.P., not Tony Soprano! Act like it! Aaron Burr
#5230, aired 2007-05-11FACTS & FIGURES $800: Nothing to boast about, but the state with the most hazardous waste sites, more than 115, is this "Garden State" New Jersey
#5226, aired 2007-05-07COLLEGE STADIUMS & ARENAS $400: Built in 1914, Palmer Stadium at this New Jersey university was the home of its football team for 82 years Princeton University
#5210, aired 2007-04-13NOT TO BE CONFUSED $800: Rutgers is a New Jersey university; this is a news service founded in London in 1851 Reuters
#5188, aired 2007-03-14A DATE WITH DENSITY $400: With more than 1,000 people per square mile, this East Coast state has the highest population density in the U.S. New Jersey
#5174, aired 2007-02-2219th CENTURY AMERICA $1000: Amid the pomp & circumstance, Queen's College of New Jersey took this new name in 1825 Rutgers
#5170, aired 2007-02-16SCIENCE STUFF $800: (Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Macy's Parade Warehouse in Hoboken, New Jersey.) The Macy's Parade balloons are inflated with a mix of air & this gas; they used to be released after the parade but that was stopped for safety reasons helium
#5159, aired 2007-02-01NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY & CONNECTICUT $400: (Sarah reports from the Plasma Physics Lab in New Jersey) A record level of fusion power was produced at the Plasma Physics Lab of this New Jersey Ivy League university Princeton
#5159, aired 2007-02-01NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY & CONNECTICUT $800: The year the Empire State Building opened, this bridge opened to help you get to it from New Jersey George Washington Bridge
#5159, aired 2007-02-01NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY & CONNECTICUT $1200: (John reports from Radio City Music Hall in New York) The stock market crash ended this man's dream of putting an opera house here; he ended up building Radio City Music Hall on the land he controlled John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
#5159, aired 2007-02-01NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY & CONNECTICUT $1600: The USA's last wooden whaling ship, the Charles W. Morgan, is docked in the harbor of this Conn. seaport Mystic
#5159, aired 2007-02-01NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY & CONNECTICUT $2000: This submarine building Connecticut town was the site of a 1781 massacre of U.S. troops by the British; a memorial is shown Groton
#5152, aired 2007-01-23THE LARGEST U.S. STATE $200: New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York New York
#5148, aired 2007-01-17RETIRED JERSEYS $400: Joe Namath, Joe Klecko the New York Jets
#5141, aired 2007-01-08THE BRAIN $600: In 1978 New Jersey Monthly reporter Steven Levy famously found this man's brain Einstein
#5129, aired 2006-12-21THE MACY'S PARADE: BEHIND THE SCENES $800: (Kelly reads the clue from inside a house parade float.) Macy's parade floats must fold up to be just eight feet wide and twelve and a half feet high to fit through this tunnel for the trip from New Jersey to Manhattan Lincoln Tunnel
#5102, aired 2006-11-14"NEW" YORK $800: The largest city in New Jersey Newark
#5092, aired 2006-10-31GEOGRAPHIC GLOSSARY $1200: A sandbar with a curve at the tip; in New Jersey you'll find a "sandy" one hook
#5090, aired 2006-10-27U.S.A. $1000: The Great Falls of the Passaic are a sight to be seen in this state New Jersey
#5045, aired 2006-07-14IN THE SANDBOX $400: 242-year-old Sandy Hook Lighthouse, which lies on this Garden State's coast, is the USA's oldest still in use New Jersey
#5031, aired 2006-06-26WE'RE NO ANGELS $400: Appropriately, this NHL team's mascot lists "Devil Inside" by INXS as one of his favorite songs the New Jersey Devils
#5030, aired 2006-06-23TUNNELS $400: This tunnel from New York to New Jersey that opened in 1927 was named for its chief engineer, not a country the Holland Tunnel
#5021, aired 2006-06-12"BLUE" PLATE SPECIAL $400: Come on in for our Monday special: flapjacks topped with this official state fruit of New Jersey the blueberry
#5015, aired 2006-06-02POTPOURRI $600: In May 1998 the Supreme Court gave 24.2 acres of this island to New Jersey & 3.3 acres of it to New York Ellis Island
#4998, aired 2006-05-10BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN $400: It's "Greetings From" this New Jersey "Park" in the title of Bruce's first album Asbury
#4985, aired 2006-04-21U.S. PRESIDENTS $1600: In November 1910 he was elected governor of New Jersey Wilson
#4983, aired 2006-04-19SPORTS QUOTES $1000: On his NBA fines, Kenyon Martin, then of this "Garden State" team: "I lost almost $300,000. That's 2 cars" the New Jersey Nets
#4982, aired 2006-04-18STATE OF DISASTER $400: The first U.S. passenger rail fatalities occurred in this state when the Camden & Amboy train derailed New Jersey
#4977, aired 2006-04-11MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON $200: Fort Dix is in this state's 4th District, repped by Chris Smith, who was elected to Congress at age 27 New Jersey
#4962, aired 2006-03-21EGGHEADS $600: Mathematician Kurt Godel was a luminary at this New Jersey town's Institute for Advanced Study Princeton
#4939, aired 2006-02-16THE LARGEST U.S. STATE $200: New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire New Mexico
#4938, aired 2006-02-15STATE QUARTERS $400: Here's a famous holiday cruise taken to this state New Jersey
#4930, aired 2006-02-03NBA TEAMS IN OTHER WORDS $800: The meshwork trapping devices the New Jersey Nets
#4916, aired 2006-01-16GROVER CLEVELAND ROCKS $2000: Born there in 1837, Grover is the only president native to this state New Jersey
#4912, aired 2006-01-10THE BIG ORANGE CATEGORY $800: The Black Maria was this inventor's West Orange, New Jersey movie studio Edison
#4908, aired 2006-01-04EARLY AMERICA $800: In 1676 New Jersey was divided in 2, the western part controlled by members of this "friendly" religious group the Quakers
#4878, aired 2005-11-23CITY SEALS $800: Menlo Park is part of this New Jersey township whose seal features a tower with a light bulb at the top Edison
#4876, aired 2005-11-21WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT $1200: She was serving as New Jersey's 50th governor when George W. Bush tapped her to head the EPA (Christie Todd) Whitman
#4872, aired 2005-11-15STATE THE GEOGRAPHIC CENTER $2000: Mercer County, which became the center for a Martian invasion in 1938 New Jersey
#4869, aired 2005-11-10CHARACTERS IN MUSICALS $400: (Sarah of the Clue Crew gives the clue accompanied by a puppet at the Golden Theatre in New York: "I'm on the Broadway set of Avenue Q.") This troubled character in "Avenue Q" has the same name as an Ivy League university in New Jersey--you do look preppy "Why thank you!" Princeton
#4841, aired 2005-10-03COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: Seton Hill University is in Greensburg, Penn.; Seton Hall University is in South Orange in this state New Jersey
#4839, aired 2005-09-29KINSEY $200: Dr. Alfred Kinsey was born in this New Jersey city in 1894, as was Frank Sinatra 21 years later Hoboken
#4836, aired 2005-09-26RIVERS $800: In 1999 this river was put on the back of the New Jersey quarter the Delaware
#4819, aired 2005-07-14POLITICAL CARICATURES $1000: He was elected Senator from New Jersey in 1978, 1984 and 1990 Bill Bradley
#4801, aired 2005-06-20BOOK ENDS $1000: This classic ends with the narrator on a river pier in New Jersey, with thoughts of God, Pooh Bear, & Old Dean Moriarty On the Road
#4801, aired 2005-06-20LEO $800: When Leo, who represented this company, roared his last, his trainer buried him in Gellette, New Jersey MGM
#4789, aired 2005-06-02THE "F.D." FILES $1200: This army training base is located just outside of Trenton, New Jersey Fort Dix
#4782, aired 2005-05-24AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: Gen. Charles Lee was relieved of command after ordering a retreat at this 1778 New Jersey battle Monmouth
#4778, aired 2005-05-18YES, YOU MAY $800: Cape May is a resort town in this state, down the shore from Point Pleasant New Jersey
#4777, aired 2005-05-17THE NIXON LIBRARY $600: There's a replica of the study in the ex-president's home in this state, kept as it was when he fell fatally ill New Jersey
#4771, aired 2005-05-09EDUCATION $200: The 89% high school graduation rate of this "Garden State" is the USA's highest New Jersey
#4766, aired 2005-05-02STATE FIRSTS $400: In 1933 this state ushered in the first drive-in movie theater; it was located in Camden New Jersey
#4753, aired 2005-04-13STATES OF THE UNION $400: A Naval air station in the city of Lakehurst in this state was the site of the fateful 1937 Hindenburg explosion New Jersey
#4745, aired 2005-04-01STATE CAPITAL IDEAS $600: Washington famously crossed the Delaware River just north of it Trenton (New Jersey)
#4726, aired 2005-03-07A NUMBER FROM 1 TO 10 $200: In 1952 the New York Yankees retired Joe DiMaggio's jersey with this number on it 5
#4703, aired 2005-02-02POP CULTURE $2000: New Jersey cartoonist Otto Messmer created this character, seen here Felix the Cat
#4695, aired 2005-01-21THAT'S "OK" $1000: This New Jersey port city was incorporated in 1855 Hoboken
#4693, aired 2005-01-19'56 $2000: Founded as Queen's College in 1766, it didn't officially become the State University of New Jersey until 1956 Rutgers
#4693, aired 2005-01-19U.S. CITIES $200: In 1921 this New Jersey city crowned its first Miss America Atlantic City
#4684, aired 2005-01-06NOW THAT'S INVENTIVE! $200: In 1889 this Elizabethport, New Jersey company electrified the sewing machine Singer
#4681, aired 2005-01-03"HALL"s OF FAME $2000: James Roosevelt Bayley, a Roman Catholic bishop, founded this private New Jersey university in 1856 Seton Hall
#4662, aired 2004-12-07LET'S GET SMALL $600: New York & New Jersey have plains named for this 5-letter type of pine whose growth is stunted dwarf
#4649, aired 2004-11-18THINGS TO GIVE THANKS FOR $200: This 10-item document ratified by New Jersey in 1789 & Connecticut in 1939 the Bill of Rights
#4644, aired 2004-11-11FLOWER $1000: A 1971 New Jersey law made the common meadow type of this, not the African type, the state flower a violet
#4643, aired 2004-11-10COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: The bestseller "The Rule of Four" was co-written by a graduate of this New Jersey school, also the book's setting Princeton
#4637, aired 2004-11-03BEFORE I WAS ELECTED $200: A regular rocket scientist, U.S. Representative Rush Holt of this "Garden State" was a nuclear physicist New Jersey
#4634, aired 2004-10-28STATE-LY HOMES $800: The home where Albert Einstein spent his last 20 years is in this state New Jersey
#4633, aired 2004-10-27U.S. GEOGRAPHY $600: This island, a NYC Borough, is separated from New Jersey by 2 narrow channels: the Kill Van Kull and the Arthur Kill Staten Island
#4617, aired 2004-10-05DO YA THINK I'M "SEX"Y? $2000: A borough in New Jersey, or a former English county now part of Greater London Middlesex
#4616, aired 2004-10-04AARON BURR $400: The New Jersey college he graduated from at age 16 Princeton
#4616, aired 2004-10-04AARON BURR $600: The man he went to New Jersey to meet on July 11, 1804 Hamilton
#4592, aired 2004-07-20COLONIAL AMERICA $400: The first stagecoach line was established in 1732 between Burlington & Amboy in this colony New Jersey
#4590, aired 2004-07-16POPULATIONS $400: Elizabeth is this state's fourth-largest city in population New Jersey
#4584, aired 2004-07-08THAT'S MY SCHOOL! $200: This inventor who never attended college has a college named for him in Trenton, New Jersey Edison
#4579, aired 2004-07-01COLLEGE COLLAGE $1600: This New Jersey college found in New Brunswick was originally called Queen's College Rutgers
#4577, aired 2004-06-29GREETINGS FROM AMERICA STAMPS $400: Oops! The first catalogue showing all 50 stamps accidentally had New York twice, leaving this neighbor out New Jersey
#4573, aired 2004-06-23HAMLETS $800: To see where Aaron Burr shot Alexander Hamilton, visit this "small" New Jersey town Weehawken
#4569, aired 2004-06-17FLEX YOUR "AB"S $400: Half of a legendary comedy duo, he was born in New Jersey in 1895 Bud Abbott
#4555, aired 2004-05-28STATES' MEN $400: Count Basie & Bruce Springsteen New Jersey
#4549, aired 2004-05-20THE LARGEST IN AREA $600: Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey Pennsylvania
#4545, aired 2004-05-14WHAT EXIT ARE YA FROM? $400: Exit 61B: I may be conservative on the Supreme Court but take me hunting & I shoot liberally Justice Scalia
#4545, aired 2004-05-14WHAT EXIT ARE YA FROM? $800: I'm on first, Exit 102. What's on second? My partner Costello, Exit 155P Abbott
#4545, aired 2004-05-14WHAT EXIT ARE YA FROM? $1600: Exit 100B down the shore: You're in for a beat-down if you don't know I'm the male actor with the most Oscar nominations Jack Nicholson
#4545, aired 2004-05-14WHAT EXIT ARE YA FROM? $4,000 (Daily Double): Born off the Ohio Pike: I invented so much stuff in N.J. they named a township for me (take Exit 10 & 287) (Thomas) Edison
#4540, aired 2004-05-07U.S. RIVERS $2,000 (Daily Double): The Lincoln & Holland tunnels let cars travel from Manhattan to New Jersey under this river the Hudson
#4534, aired 2004-04-29CLIFFHANGER $1200: New Jersey's Palisades Park on this river features 500-foot cliffs that rise from the water's edge the Hudson River
#4533, aired 2004-04-28POETIC JUSTICE $800: in jail in New Jersey, we hope you find peace; this board denies half of the cons their release the parole board
#4533, aired 2004-04-28STUPID ANSWERS $200: Arthur Wynne created this; the first puzzle appeared Dec. 21, 1913 with the name "Word-Cross" the crossword puzzle
#4533, aired 2004-04-28STUPID ANSWERS $400: The word origami, the Japanese art of folding paper, comes from words meaning this paper folding
#4533, aired 2004-04-28STUPID ANSWERS $600: Althing, the name of Iceland's parliament, means this parliament
#4533, aired 2004-04-28STUPID ANSWERS $800: Paris Hilton & Tiger Woods were 2 of the people on the cover of this magazine's Dec. 15, 2003 issue People
#4533, aired 2004-04-28STUPID ANSWERS $1000: The first line of this novel by Virginia Woolf is "Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herself" Mrs. Dalloway
#4500, aired 2004-03-12BORN & DIED $1200: Born in Ulm, Germany in 1879, he died in Princeton, New Jersey in 1955 (Albert) Einstein
#4493, aired 2004-03-03THE TRUTH $1600: Flip Wilson endowed a scholarship for African-American journalism majors at this New Jersey state university Rutgers
#4459, aired 2004-01-15AMERICAN HISTORY $400: Remarkably, there were more than 60 survivors when this Zeppelin crashed in New Jersey in 1937 the Hindenburg
#4445, aired 2003-12-26COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $200: As the top-ranked university for 2003 by U.S. News & World Report, this New Jersey school rules Princeton
#4444, aired 2003-12-25NHL $200: In 2003, this team won its third Stanley cup the New Jersey Devils
#4423, aired 2003-11-26U.S. PLACE NAMES $1200: This New Jersey city is named for the man who invented the carbon telephone transmitter in 1877 Edison
#4416, aired 2003-11-17WHERE THE HECK IS THAT? $2000: Just plain Perth is in Australia; Perth this is in New Jersey Amboy
#4412, aired 2003-11-11MUSIC MAKERS $2000: This group that sings of "Stacy's Mom" is named for a New Jersey lawn ornament store Fountains of Wayne
#4379, aired 2003-09-25STATE CAPITALS $1000: Trenton, the capital of this state, was originally known as Trent's Town New Jersey
#4362, aired 2003-07-15REFRESHER COURSE $800: At age 10, future New Jersey governor Christie Whitman raised $10 for the G.O.P. at this type of stand lemonade stand
#4344, aired 2003-06-19PAUL MALL $400: This New Jersey-born singer-songwriter has had 13 solo Top 40 hits Paul Simon
#4310, aired 2003-05-02OH, THE AMENITIES! $800: Frolic in a 7' tall champagne glass hot tub at Caesars Cove Haven Resort in the Poconos in this U.S. state Pennsylvania
#4310, aired 2003-05-02WE'RE NOT MAKING THIS UP $1000: Ocean City, New Jersey has a Miss Crustacean Pageant -- a beauty contest for the hermit type of these crabs
#4248, aired 2003-02-05AMERICAN HISTORY $1000: In 1664 the Duke of York granted land west of the Hudson River to his supporters; it was named this New Jersey
#4215, aired 2002-12-20COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $600: In the book "The Sun Also Rises", Robert Cohn is a novelist who had attended this New Jersey university Princeton
#4206, aired 2002-12-09OH, WHAT A YEAR! $1600: Oh, the humanity! The Hindenburg crashed in New Jersey in this 8th year of the Great Depression 1937
#4193, aired 2002-11-20SINGERS $600: On July 30, 2002 he gave a rare live TV appearance, broadcast from Asbury Park, New Jersey on the "Today" show Bruce Springsteen
#4183, aired 2002-11-0618th CENTURY AMERICANS $1600: This Pennsylvanian's son William served as royal governor of New Jersey & remained loyal to the crown Ben Franklin
#4182, aired 2002-11-05PRESIDENTIAL PETS $600: Barney, George W. Bush's Scottish terrier, was a gift from this New Jersey governor, now head of the EPA Christine Todd Whitman
#4172, aired 2002-10-22CELEBRITIES $200: In 1995 a rest stop along I-295 in New Jersey was named for this shock jock Howard Stern
#4164, aired 2002-10-10THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS MET HERE $1600: For less than 2 months in 1784 this New Jersey city, named for a businessman, was our capital Trenton
#4164, aired 2002-10-10THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS MET HERE $3,000 (Daily Double): In 1783 the Congress met in this New Jersey college town's Nassau Hall Princeton
#4158, aired 2002-10-02SECURITY $1000: Concrete barriers that restrict access are named for this state on whose highways they were first used New Jersey
#4147, aired 2002-09-17AMERICAN HISTORY $800: In 1774 New Jerseyites dressed as Indians burned this in Greenwich; a similar "Party" occurred earlier in Boston tea
#4146, aired 2002-09-16STATE CAPITALS $1600: A 150-foot-high battle monument in this New Jersey capital marks the site of a famous Revolutionary War battle Trenton
#4130, aired 2002-07-12STAMPS OF APPROVAL $3,000 (Daily Double): These depicted on stamps include ones at Sandy Hook, New Jersey & Cape Hatteras, North Carolina lighthouses
#4129, aired 2002-07-11WHAT'S "NEW"? $2000: Go to the head of the class if you know that this city is home to the main campus of Rutgers New Brunswick, New Jersey
#4127, aired 2002-07-09THE OLYMPICS $400: (Sofia is at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York.) This ex-St. Louis first baseman wore this jersey in the 1984 Olympic Games; baseball was just a demonstration sport Mark McGwire
#4126, aired 2002-07-08ALONG I-80 $200: An accident at the east end of I-80 will cause rubbernecking in Teaneck in this state New Jersey
#4123, aired 2002-07-03THE 4th $800: The 4th oldest college in the United States, it's found in New Jersey Princeton
#4118, aired 2002-06-26THE DEVIL, YOU SAY $400: In 1982 the NHL's Colorado Rockies moved east & became this team New Jersey Devils
#4087, aired 2002-05-14U.S. CITIES $1200: This New Jersey city was the birthplace of Frank Sinatra, Michael Chang & Pia Zadora Hoboken
#4084, aired 2002-05-09U.S. BODIES OF WATER $800: New Jersey's western boundary is formed by this river the Delaware
#4079, aired 2002-05-02THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE $1200: This New Jersey-based bra company with a "girlish" name has been one of the magazine's advertising mainstays Maidenform
#4076, aired 2002-04-29"B.S." $600: This rock & roll hall of famer is the pride of Freehold, New Jersey Bruce Springsteen
#4076, aired 2002-04-29HAIL TO THE CHIEF $800: After receiving his B.A. at the university in this New Jersey city in 1771, Madison stayed on to study Hebrew Princeton
#4074, aired 2002-04-25THE 50 STATES $2,000 (Daily Double): Before he became president, Woodrow Wilson was governor of this state New Jersey
#4070, aired 2002-04-19NEW JERSEY EXITS $200: On Oct. 18, 1931 in West Orange the lights went out for this inventor who held over 1,000 patents Thomas Edison
#4070, aired 2002-04-19NEW JERSEY EXITS $400: Nuclear geniuses, avoid Princeton! Both Oppenheimer & this man, who proposed relativity at age 26, died there Einstein
#4070, aired 2002-04-19NEW JERSEY EXITS $600: This baseball pioneer grounded out in Mendham on January 26, 1893 (Abner) Doubleday
#4070, aired 2002-04-19NEW JERSEY EXITS $800: There was no more rumbling in "The Jungle" for this writer after he died in Bound Brook in 1968 (Upton) Sinclair
#4070, aired 2002-04-19NEW JERSEY EXITS $1000: This Union general whom Lincoln relieved of command in 1862 gave up the fight in Orange in 1885 McClellan
#4066, aired 2002-04-15FILL IN THE BANK $1000: New Jersey birthplace of Count Basie & Edmund Wilson: _____ Bank Red Bank
#4047, aired 2002-03-19FLIGHT $2000: On May 6, 1937 the Hindenburg burst into flames while trying to moor at this New Jersey city Lakehurst, New Jersey
#4044, aired 2002-03-14BRIDGES $200: It's the "presidential" bridge that connects Manhattan & New Jersey the G.W. (George Washington)
#4024, aired 2002-02-14TEENS IN LITERATURE $800: A teen outcast mysteriously disappears in "The Body of Christopher Creed", set in this "Garden State" New Jersey
#4010, aired 2002-01-25PENNSYLVANIA $1000: The 6 states that border Pennsylvania are Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware & these 2 New Jersey & New York
#3993, aired 2002-01-02INVENTORS $800: On October 1, 1880 he opened the first incandescent lamp factory in Menlo Park, New Jersey Edison
#3989, aired 2001-12-27A DECEMBER TO REMEMBER $1000: Dec. 18, 1787: New Jersey becomes the third state to ratify this important U.S. document the Constitution
#3976, aired 2001-12-10IF THEY WERE MUSICALS... $400: "Oklahoma!" had a surrey with a fringe on top; this Garden State's musical would feature a Zeppelin New Jersey
#3975, aired 2001-12-07THE APOLLO THEATER $400: In 2000 the Apollo welcomed Al Gore & this former New Jersey senator for a political debate Bill Bradley
#3963, aired 2001-11-21THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR $600: The Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778 in this state was the last major battle in the north New Jersey
#3959, aired 2001-11-15ISLANDS $200: New York owns the original 3.3 acres of this immigration site; New Jersey owns the 24.2 acres of landfill Ellis Island
#3948, aired 2001-10-31TRAVEL & TOURISM $1000: Just smaller than New Jersey, this republic consists of about 300 South Pacific islands, including the Yasawa group Fiji
#3942, aired 2001-10-23U.S. CITIES $100: Saltwater taffy originated in this New Jersey resort in 1883 Atlantic City
#3933, aired 2001-10-10COLONIAL COLLEGES $200: The College of New Jersey was 150 years old in 1896 when it got this new name for the city it was in Princeton
#3931, aired 2001-10-08U.S. STATES $500: This state was home to the world's first drive-in movie theater & the first boardwalk New Jersey
#3918, aired 2001-09-19THE 13 COLONIES $500: This colony was granted to Sir George Carteret who had been lt. governor of one of the Channel Islands New Jersey
#3913, aired 2001-09-12MIND YOUR BUSINESS $200: This soup-er company began as a canning & preserves business in Camden, New Jersey in 1869 Campbell's
#3911, aired 2001-09-10PRESIDENTIAL FINAL MOMENTS $800: The end finally came for this pres. in Elberon, New Jersey from blood poisoning after being shot Garfield
#3908, aired 2001-09-05BY THE BAY $500: This New Jersey city whose name starts with "bay" is between Newark & upper New York Bays Bayonne
#3908, aired 2001-09-05SURPRISE ME, TREBEK! $1000: This NHL team is named for a mythical creature that's the "official state demon" where they play the New Jersey Devils
#3902, aired 2001-07-17AIRPORTS $200: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey operates JFK, LaGuardia & this Jersey Airport Newark
#3900, aired 2001-07-13THE WORDS OF BEN FRANKLIN $1,000 (Daily Double): This present state "resembles a beer barrel, tapped at both ends," with the beer "running into Philadelphia & New York" New Jersey
#3888, aired 2001-06-27YOU SAY POTATO $200: At a New Jersey spelling bee in 1992, he insisted that "potato" was spelled with an "E" at the end Dan Quayle
#3875, aired 2001-06-08DIONNE WARWICK $200: While she sang of being "Born & raised in San Jose", Dionne's actually from East Orange in this state New Jersey
#3871, aired 2001-06-04THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY $500: When Washington crossed the Delaware to attack British forces, it was to reach this New Jersey city Trenton
#3856, aired 2001-05-14COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: This state university of New Jersey was founded by the Dutch Reformed Church as Queen's College in 1766 Rutgers
#3840, aired 2001-04-20NEW JERSEYITES $200: What was once the town of Raritan is now named for this "inventive" New Jersey resident Thomas Edison
#3840, aired 2001-04-20NEW JERSEYITES $400: Known as "Bull", this WWII admiral from Elizabeth said he didn't trust a man who doesn't drink or smoke William F. Halsey
#3840, aired 2001-04-20NEW JERSEYITES $600: New Jersey-born singer-actor seen here: Jon Bon Jovi
#3840, aired 2001-04-20NEW JERSEYITES $700 (Daily Double): James Bayley, bishop of Newark, named this Jersey school after his aunt, the first U.S.-born saint Seton Hall (after Elizabeth Ann Seton)
#3840, aired 2001-04-20NEW JERSEYITES $800: This director of "Lone Star", "Passion Fish" & "Return of the Secaucus Seven" has long been based in Hoboken John Sayles
#3835, aired 2001-04-13COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $300: James Madison & Woodrow Wilson both graduated from this New Jersey university Princeton
#3807, aired 2001-03-06U.S.A. $1,000 (Daily Double): The racetrack, Giants Stadium & the Continental Airlines Arena form this complex The Meadowlands
#3777, aired 2001-01-23CURRENT GOVERNORS $400: Christine Todd Whitman New Jersey
#3765, aired 2001-01-05THE "EVIL" WITHIN $400: This NHL team whose logo is seen here calls East Rutherford home New Jersey Devils
#3763, aired 2001-01-03STREET SMARTS $400: The Garden State Parkway passes by Paramus & Passaic in this state New Jersey
#3753, aired 2000-12-20"LOVE" SONGS $800: (Hi, I'm Mick Jones of Foreigner.) I wrote this 1985 No. 1 hit ballad that featured Jennifer Holliday & the New Jersey Mass Choir "I Want To Know What Love Is"
#3722, aired 2000-11-07STATELY HOMES $400: A house in this state's city of Hackensack was given to Baron von Steuben for service to the U.S.; he sold it New Jersey
#3696, aired 2000-10-02NEW YORK CITY $300: You can get into the city from New Jersey by the George Washington Bridge or the Lincoln one of these tunnel
#3690, aired 2000-09-22TOMMY ROT! $100: This inventor is buried on the grounds of Glenmont, his West Orange, New Jersey home Thomas Edison
#3685, aired 2000-09-15SPORTS 2000 $200: With pride Satan says they're the 2000 Stanley Cup champs New Jersey Devils
#3665, aired 2000-07-07DUTCH TREATIES $200: In the 1674 Treaty of Westminster, the Dutch returned New York & this other "new" colony to the British New Jersey
#3662, aired 2000-07-04HORSE SENSE $400: The horse is the state animal of this state, home to Schering-Plough & Bayonne New Jersey
#3660, aired 2000-06-30NEWS FLASH 1896 $300: Founded in 1746, the College of New Jersey renames itself this Princeton
#3655, aired 2000-06-23THE SOPRANOS $100: New Jersey native James Gandolfini plays mobster Tony Soprano on this network's "The Sopranos" HBO
#3652, aired 2000-06-20PRO BASKETBALL $600 (Daily Double): It's the only NBA team whose name comes from equipment actually used in the game today New Jersey Nets
#3635, aired 2000-05-26TALL TALK $200: It's hard not to look up to this New Jersey Democrat & presidential hopeful; he's 6' 5" Bill Bradley
#3617, aired 2000-05-02STATES' MOST POPULOUS CITIES $500: New Jersey: 275,000 Newark
#3610, aired 2000-04-21THE U.S. MINT $500: He crossed from heads to tails to appear on the reverse of the 1999 New Jersey quarter George Washington
#3606, aired 2000-04-17STATE OF THE UNION $300: The light bulb & the phonograph were invented in this state New Jersey
#3604, aired 2000-04-13THE BILL OF RIGHTS $300: On November 20, 1789 this "Garden State" became the first to ratify the Bill of Rights New Jersey
#3594, aired 2000-03-30INVENTORS & INVENTIONS $100: He used the $40,000 made from his universal stock printer to set up a lab in Newark, New Jersey Edison
#3591, aired 2000-03-27AMERICAN DATEBOOK $500 (Daily Double): On May 26, 1978 the first legal casino in the continental U.S. outside of Nevada opened in this state New Jersey (Atlantic City)
#3563, aired 2000-02-16F. SCOTT FITZGERALD $200: Fitzgerald attended this New Jersey university but left for the Army in 1917 without a degree Princeton
#3560, aired 2000-02-11U.S. STATE NAMES $800: In 1629 Captain John Mason named it for his home county in England New Hampshire
#3527, aired 1999-12-28STUPID ANSWERS $500: (Hi, I'm Jason Williams of the New Jersey Nets) In 1999 this flashy Sacramento Kings guard was second in voting for NBA Rookie of the Year Jason Williams
#3520, aired 1999-12-17SANE SCIENTISTS $100: Radio pioneer Reginald Fessenden, holder of 500 patents, once worked in this man's New Jersey lab Thomas Edison
#3470, aired 1999-10-08DEMOCRATIC KEYNOTERS $200: 1992: New Jersey senator Bill Bradley
#3458, aired 1999-09-22CIVIL WAR GENERALS $800: Known as "Young Napoleon" & "Little Mac", he served as governor of New Jersey after the war George McClellan
#3454, aired 1999-09-16NOTHING NEW HERE $800 (Daily Double): The 4 main (English) Channel Islands are Sark, Alderney, Guernsey & this one Jersey
#3452, aired 1999-09-14COLONIAL AMERICA $600: During much of the colonial period, its assembly met alternately at Perth Amboy & Burlington New Jersey
#3450, aired 1999-09-10SCHOOL PICTURE DAY $1000: This "Party of Five" star was part of the class of '86 at West Orange High in New Jersey Scott Wolf
#3448, aired 1999-09-08U.S. STATES $100: There's New York, New Jersey, New Mexico & "New" this as well New Hampshire
#3445, aired 1999-07-23WHERE IN THE WORLD? $600: You'll find Boardwalk, Park Place & other Monopoly streets in this coastal New Jersey city Atlantic City
#3432, aired 1999-07-06MONDO GEO $200: Called the "Garden State", it leads the U.S. in hazardous waste sites New Jersey
#3424, aired 1999-06-241998 $300: With over $500 million in perks, the Big Apple kept this "Big Board" from moving to Jersey New York Stock Exchange
#3422, aired 1999-06-22STATE FAIR SITES $500: Cherry Hill New Jersey
#3420, aired 1999-06-18STATE OBJECTS $300: How sweet, it's the state insect of New Jersey Honeybee
#3419, aired 1999-06-17INVENTORS $200: This phonograph inventor's son Charles served as governor of New Jersey from 1941 to 1944 Thomas Edison
#3416, aired 1999-06-14MADAM PRESIDENT? $800: Some would like to see her move from the New Jersey governor's house to the White House Christine Todd Whitman
#3397, aired 1999-05-18SPEAK OF THE DEVIL! $400: It's the pro sport played by the New Jersey Devils ice hockey
#3320, aired 1999-01-29KELSEY GRAMMER $200: Though raised in New Jersey & Florida, Kelsey was born in this U.S. island group in the Caribbean U.S. Virgin Islands
#3316, aired 1999-01-25STATE FACTS $300: Although this state is only 48 miles long & 37 miles wide, it has 384 miles of shoreline Rhode Island
#3309, aired 1999-01-14UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN $400: The P-Rade is a p-roud tradition of class reunions at this New Jersey university Princeton
#3286, aired 1998-12-14SPORTS LEGENDS $200: The jersey seen here was worn during the 1961 season by this slugger who led the majors with 126 walks (New York Yankees, No. 7) Mickey Mantle
#3284, aired 1998-12-10RETIRED JERSEYS $100: New York Yankees No. 3 Babe Ruth
#3277, aired 1998-12-01FRANK SINATRA $200: A fireman's son, Francis was born in this New Jersey city on Dec. 12, 1915 Hoboken
#3270, aired 1998-11-20THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES $800: Mary Pickford, Pearl White, and Theda Bara were among those who made movies in Fort Lee in this state New Jersey
#3241, aired 1998-10-12TELEVISION $600: Alice left New Jersey to be a singer but ended up as a waitress at his Phoenix diner Mel Sharples
#3239, aired 1998-10-08BLACK AMERICANS $400: On March 31, 1870 in Perth Amboy in this state, Thomas Peterson became the first black to vote in the U.S. New Jersey
#3235, aired 1998-10-02COLLEGES, HITHER & YON $400: This state university of New Jersey has campuses in New Brunswick, Newark & Camden Rutgers
#3226, aired 1998-09-21THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $200: New Jersey's last royal governor was an illegitimate son of this Philadelphia printer-inventor Benjamin Franklin
#3221, aired 1998-09-14SPORTS $600: The Washington Huskies won the 1997 title in this sport on the Cooper River in Camden, New Jersey Rowing
#3216, aired 1998-09-07THE BOSS $100: Bruce Springsteen was born in 1949 in Freehold, near Asbury Park, in this state New Jersey
#3208, aired 1998-07-08COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $1,600 (Daily Double): In 1756 this school moved from Newark, New Jersey to its present home Princeton
#3206, aired 1998-07-06POLITICIANS $800: On Nov. 2, 1993 she became the first woman elected governor of New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman
#3201, aired 1998-06-29RETAILERS' HOME STATES $500: A&P, Toys "R" Us, Pathmark New Jersey
#3189, aired 1998-06-11OFFBEAT MUSEUMS $600: This company's Camden, New Jersey museum covers everything from soup to soup Campbell Soup
#3189, aired 1998-06-11WHEN STATES FIGHT $400: In 1998 New York & New Jersey made their arguments before the Supreme Court over this historic island Ellis Island
#3180, aired 1998-05-29BRAIN MAUL! $500: The 4 U.S. states that begin with the word "New" New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico & New York
#3173, aired 1998-05-20OFFICIAL STATE SEALS $600: New Jersey's seal shows 3 plows on a shield held by liberty & this Roman goddess of agriculture Ceres
#3150, aired 1998-04-17THE EAST COAST $500 (Daily Double): (Hi, I'm Ian Ziering) On TV I live in "Beverly Hills 90210", but I was born in West Orange 07052 in this state New Jersey
#3138, aired 1998-04-01FOOLS $100: Brian Burns got 5 years for robbing one of these stands run by 2 little girls in New Jersey a lemonade stand
#3132, aired 1998-03-24STATE LICENSE PLATES $400: Garden State New Jersey
#3105, aired 1998-02-1320th CENTURY POLITICIANS $200: In November 1910 he was elected governor of New Jersey; 2 years later he was elected president Woodrow Wilson
#3094, aired 1998-01-29NEW JERSEYITES $100: Though he shares his name with a city in Ohio, this president was born in Caldwell, New Jersey Cleveland
#3094, aired 1998-01-29NEW JERSEYITES $300: Englewood would always "Welcome Back" this ex-sweathog born there February 18, 1954 John Travolta
#3094, aired 1998-01-29NEW JERSEYITES $400: Middle name of Chatham-born merchant Aaron Ward Montgomery
#3094, aired 1998-01-29NEW JERSEYITES $500: This Trenton-born Colorado explorer was killed in an 1813 assault on York, Canada; he was "piqued" (Zebulon) Pike
#3094, aired 1998-01-29NEW JERSEYITES $1,200 (Daily Double): Pair seen here--they were both born in New Jersey "All right, you take Joan and I'll take Sandra." "Oh, Sandra sends me." "Well then I'll take Joan!" "Joan sends me too." "Now listen, you... I'm going to send you!" "Sorry, you don't even appeal to me." Abbott & Costello
#3083, aired 1998-01-14HISTORIC AMERICANS $400: In 1836 he set up shop in Paterson, New Jersey to manufacture his famous revolvers Samuel Colt
#3081, aired 1998-01-12TRAVEL & TOURISM $200: Palisades Interstate Park lies in both New York & this state New Jersey
#3069, aired 1997-12-25STATE CAPITALS $1,900 (Daily Double): Washington Crossing State Park lies northwest of this capital on the Delaware River Trenton, New Jersey
#3009, aired 1997-10-02NEW JERSEY BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $200: Its trademark Rock of Gibraltar made its debut in 1896 Prudential
#3009, aired 1997-10-02NEW JERSEY BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $300: This world's leading brand of contact lenses comes from New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson Acuvue
#3009, aired 1997-10-02NEW JERSEY BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $400: The initials A&P in the name of a Montvale-based company stand for this Atlantic & Pacific
#3009, aired 1997-10-02NEW JERSEY BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $500: In 1993 Morris Plains' Warner-Lambert bought Wilkinson Sword to go with this, its first line of razors Schick
#3003, aired 1997-09-24STATE SUPERLATIVES $200: With about 1,040 people per square mile of land, life in this most densely populated state is a real garden party New Jersey
#2985, aired 1997-07-18AMERICANA $300: Known for its Victorian homes, Cape May in this state celebrates Victorian Week every October New Jersey
#2968, aired 1997-06-25U.S. PRESIDENTS $800: While governor of New Jersey, he enacted the state's first workmen's compensation law Woodrow Wilson
#2958, aired 1997-06-11U.S. CITIES $100: This New Jersey capital is also the seat of Mercer County Trenton
#2939, aired 1997-05-15ROAD TRIP $400: The Garden State Parkway runs the entire length of this state New Jersey
#2928, aired 1997-04-30WHEN THEY WERE TEENAGERS $300: This leading lady of "The Bridges of Madison County" was homecoming queen at her New Jersey high school Meryl Streep
#2921, aired 1997-04-21STADIUMS & ARENAS $500: The Brendan Byrne Arena is named for a former governor of this state New Jersey
#2913, aired 1997-04-09HIGH SCHOOLS $400: A baseball bat was one of Joe Clark's unusual tools in this post at Eastside High in Paterson, New Jersey Principal
#2900, aired 1997-03-21U.S. HISTORY $200: At age 26 Jonathan Dayton of New Jersey was the youngest signer of this 1787 document The Constitution
#2887, aired 1997-03-04TRANSPORTATION $300: In June 1952 Goodyear delivered the ZPN-1, a new type of this, to the Navy at Lakehurst, New Jersey blimp
#2885, aired 1997-02-28SPORTS $300: This New Jersey hockey team, Stanley Cup winners in 1995, didn't make the playoffs in 1996 New Jersey Devils
#2882, aired 1997-02-25U.S. CITIES $200: One of New Jersey's annual rites of summer is the crowning of Miss America in this city Atlantic City
#2880, aired 1997-02-21PEOPLE $600: Christine Todd Whitman was elected the 50th governor of this state in 1993 New Jersey
#2873, aired 1997-02-12THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $600: "If every nerve is not strained... the game is pretty near up", Washington wrote before this New Jersey battle Trenton
#2866, aired 1997-02-03COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: This New Jersey school's Nassau Hall originally housed the entire college Princeton
#2860, aired 1997-01-24ANNUAL EVENTS $200: A Sept. festival in Seaside Heights, New Jersey features hundreds of these silly circus performers Clowns
#2857, aired 1997-01-21U.S. STATES $400: Place names that come from Indian tribes in this state include Totowa, Piscataway & Passaic New Jersey
#2853, aired 1997-01-15U.S. MOUNTAINS $500: This river carved a "water gap" in the Kittatinny Mountains between New Jersey & Pennsylvania Delaware River
#2838, aired 1996-12-25SPORTS $300: In 1995 this New Jersey team won its first Stanley Cup by sweeping the Detroit Red Wings in 4 games New Jersey Devils
#2827, aired 1996-12-10NEW JERSEYANS $200: This legendary Green Bay Packers leader coached high school football in Englewood until he was 34 Vince Lombardi
#2827, aired 1996-12-10NEW JERSEYANS $400: The Grolier Encyclopedia called his "Trees" "A work full of sentiment & confused simile" Joyce Kilmer
#2827, aired 1996-12-10NEW JERSEYANS $600: This poet moved to Camden in 1873 to be near his mother & brother George Walt Whitman
#2827, aired 1996-12-10NEW JERSEYANS $800: In 1995 this New Jersey senator announced his retirement but said he might run for president Bill Bradley
#2827, aired 1996-12-10NEW JERSEYANS $1000: John McPhee became a staff writer on this magazine in 1965 The New Yorker
#2812, aired 1996-11-19LAKES & RIVERS $600: This state's largest lake, Lake Hopatcong, lies about 25 miles west of Passaic New Jersey
#2809, aired 1996-11-14SCHOOLS $400: Douglass College, the USA's largest women's college, is affiliated with this state university of New Jersey Rutgers
#2806, aired 1996-11-11FAMOUS WOMEN $1000: Once a teacher of English as a second language, today she's New Jersey's governor Christie Todd Whitman
#2801, aired 1996-11-04ANNUAL EVENTS $300: Ocean City in this state is the home of the Ward World Wildfowl Carving Championship Maryland
#2791, aired 1996-10-21GREETINGS $300: "Greetings from Asbury Park, New Jersey", his first album, sold only about 20,000 copies when first released Bruce Springsteen
#2769, aired 1996-09-19U.S. HISTORY $200: In 1666 Puritan families founded a village that later became this largest New Jersey city Newark
#2755, aired 1996-07-19NEWSPAPERS $100: Founded in 1832, the Newark Daily Advertiser was this state's first daily newspaper New Jersey
#2750, aired 1996-07-1220th CENTURY ARTISTS $800: Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein taught at this New Jersey state university from 1960 to 1963 Rutgers
#2750, aired 1996-07-12STATE CAPITALS $200: This New Jersey capital was one of the nation's foremost industrial centers in the mid-19th century Trenton
#2738, aired 1996-06-26COUNTIES BY STATE $400: Camden, Cumberland, Cape May New Jersey
#2728, aired 1996-06-12THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $800: Just 4 Americans were wounded in the battle for this New Jersey site December 26, 1776 Trenton
#2714, aired 1996-05-23COUNTIES $500 (Daily Double): Orange, Tipton, Tippecanoe Indiana
#2702, aired 1996-05-07EXPLORERS $400: This New Jersey-born explorer tried to climb the Colorado peak now named for him but failed (Zebulon) Pike
#2697, aired 1996-04-30HISTORIC AMERICANS $1,200 (Daily Double): Woodrow Wilson was the governor of this state when nominated for president in 1912 New Jersey
#2680, aired 1996-04-05REPUBLICANS $1000: In 1995 this New Jersey governor became the first woman to give the response to the State of the Union address Christie Todd Whitman
#2680, aired 1996-04-05U.S. GEOGRAPHY $300: New Jersey's eastern border is formed by the Atlantic Ocean & this river Hudson River
#2673, aired 1996-03-27INVENTORS $100: His West Orange, New Jersey home was made a national historic site in 1955 Thomas Edison
#2673, aired 1996-03-27THE U.S. $400: While it's been called the "Clam State" & "Mosquito State", it's officially the "Garden State" New Jersey
#2670, aired 1996-03-22TIME $500: New Jersey & New Hampshire lie in the eastern time zone; New Mexico is in this zone Mountain Time Zone
#2645, aired 1996-02-16TRANSPORTATION $600: Every 90 seconds, the air is completely changed in this tunnel between New York City & Jersey City the Holland Tunnel
#2641, aired 1996-02-12GOVERNMENT & POLITICS $600: In August 1995 this former NBA player & Senator from New Jersey announced he wouldn't run for reelection Bill Bradley
#2630, aired 1996-01-26FAMOUS FIRSTS $200: The first drive-in movie theatre opened in Camden in this state in 1933 New Jersey
#2625, aired 1996-01-19BODIES OF WATER $600: Cape May, New Jersey lies on this bay Delaware Bay
#2621, aired 1996-01-15U.S.A. $100: In 1978, this New Jersey city hit the jackpot with the opening of its first casino Atlantic City
#2605, aired 1995-12-22U.S. GEOGRAPHY $200: Much of New Jersey's western border is provided by this river the Delaware River
#2604, aired 1995-12-21U.S. CITIES $300: Camden, New Jersey is in the metropolitan area of this Pennsylvania city Philadelphia
#2597, aired 1995-12-12POTPOURRI $600: During World War I, Hoboken in this state was a major port for shipping troops overseas New Jersey
#2595, aired 1995-12-08HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES $300: Every year on this holiday, Washington's crossing of the Delaware is reenacted near Trenton, New Jersey Christmas
#2585, aired 1995-11-24STATE CAPITALS $300: For 2 months in 1784, it served as the temporary capital of the U.S.; it became New Jersey's capital in 1790 Trenton
#2582, aired 1995-11-21NOVELIST-PLAYWRIGHTS $300: Joyce Carol Oates took a sabbatical from this New Jersey university to work on her play "The Gulf War" Princeton
#2576, aired 1995-11-13FAMOUS WOMEN $200: This founder of the American Red Cross also founded one of New Jersey's first public schools Clara Barton
#2576, aired 1995-11-13FAMOUS WOMEN $800: In 1975 a New Jersey park was named for this swimmer of the English Channel Gertrude Ederle
#2575, aired 1995-11-10HISTORY $600: In 1893 he established a motion picture lot at his factory in West Orange, New Jersey Thomas Alva Edison
#2574, aired 1995-11-09AMERICAN HISTORY $400: While landing at Lakehurst, New Jersey on May 6, 1937, this dirigible exploded the Hindenburg
#2571, aired 1995-11-06U.S. PRESIDENTS $400: This president was named for the Reverend Stephen Grover of Caldwell, New Jersey Grover Cleveland
#2551, aired 1995-10-09THE HUDSON RIVER $200: The Lincoln Tunnel is among those under the Hudson that connect Manhattan with this state New Jersey
#2549, aired 1995-10-05COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $800: In 1945 it was designated the state university of New Jersey Rutgers
#2538, aired 1995-09-20FAMOUS NAMES $400: Though he became "The Wizard of Menlo Park", New Jersey, he was born in Milan, Ohio in 1847 Edison
#2534, aired 1995-09-14TRANSPORTATION $300: 4 path tubes, rapid transit tunnels connecting New Jersey with New York City, run under this river the Hudson
#2514, aired 1995-07-06TRAVEL & TOURISM $200: Cape May, at the end of the Garden State Parkway in this state, is the USA's oldest seashore resort New Jersey
#2512, aired 1995-07-04BENJAMIN FRANKLIN $500: Franklin's son William, governor of this colony, was a staunch Tory New Jersey
#2512, aired 1995-07-04WOMEN AUTHORS $400: Beginning in 1978 Joyce Carol Oates was a writer in residence at this New Jersey university Princeton
#2485, aired 1995-05-26LIBRARIES $200: The John Foster Dulles Library of Diplomatic History is located on the campus of this New Jersey school Princeton
#2483, aired 1995-05-24TRANSPORTATION $200: In 1937 36 lives were lost when this airship burst into flames over Lakehurst, New Jersey the Hindenburg
#2472, aired 1995-05-09FOOD & DRINK $300: Luckily, this New Jersey company's dinosaur vegetable soup doesn't list "dinosaur" as an ingredient Campbell
#2471, aired 1995-05-08U.S.A. $300: In 1609 Henry Hudson explored the area of Sandy Hook Bay in what is now this state New Jersey
#2411, aired 1995-02-13AMERICAN HISTORY $400: On Nov. 20, 1789 New Jersey became the first state to ratify this group of constitutional amendments the Bill of Rights
#2409, aired 1995-02-09THE 50 STATES $200: This "Garden State" is named for the Channel Island birthplace of Sir George Carteret New Jersey
#2342, aired 1994-11-08IVY LEAGUE SCHOOLS $3,000 (Daily Double): In 1896 the College of New Jersey adopted this name Princeton
#2292, aired 1994-07-19TRANSPORTATION $300: Discontinued 22 years earlier, the Hoboken Ferry was relaunched between these 2 states in 1989 New York & New Jersey
#2245, aired 1994-05-13STATE ANIMALS $500: It's the state insect of New Jersey, Maine & Utah the honeybee
#2228, aired 1994-04-20SONG STANDARDS $400: "On the boardwalk in" this New Jersey city, "We will walk in a dream" Atlantic City
#2201, aired 1994-03-14THE 50 STATES $600: This state has 2 of the nation's oldest seashore resorts: Long Branch & Cape May New Jersey
#2160, aired 1994-01-14COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $400: This New Jersey school is the fourth-oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S. Princeton
#2118, aired 1993-11-17U.S. CITIES $400: Paterson, in this state, was once known as "America's Silk City" New Jersey
#2116, aired 1993-11-15BORN & DIED $500: Born in Ulm, Germany March 14, 1879, he died April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey Albert Einstein
#2078, aired 1993-09-22U.S.A. $200: Palisades Interstate Park is in N.Y. & this state New Jersey
#2056, aired 1993-07-12U.S. STATES $200: The county governments of this "Garden State" are called boards of chosen freeholders New Jersey
#2053, aired 1993-07-07AWARDS $100: The offices of this annual national pageant are at 1325 Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey Miss America
#2049, aired 1993-07-01U.S.A. $300: This state capital is named for William Trent, a Colonial Chief Justice of New Jersey Trenton
#2038, aired 1993-06-16POTPOURRI $200: The Chatfield Memorial Garden is one of many lovely gardens in this Garden State New Jersey
#2019, aired 1993-05-20SWAZILAND $600: At 6,704 square miles, Swaziland is slightly smaller than this "garden state" New Jersey
#1958, aired 1993-02-24GUINNESS RECORDS $100: In 1990 a New Jersey couple grew the world's largest one of these, 816 lbs. 8 ozs.; holy Halloween! a pumpkin
#1951, aired 1993-02-15COLLEGE STUFF $300: Lisa Halaby was one of the first female cheer-leaders at this New Jersey univ.; now she's Queen Noor of Jordan Princeton
#1945, aired 1993-02-051992 $400: Founded in 1779, the Elizabeth Daily Journal, this state's oldest newspaper, folded New Jersey
#1932, aired 1993-01-19MUSEUMS $400: A submarine launched by John P. Holland in the 1800s can be seen at the Paterson Museum in this state New Jersey
#1893, aired 1992-11-25DEMOCRATS $800: In 1983 this Democratic senator from New Jersey was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame (Bill) Bradley
#1887, aired 1992-11-17DRAMA $400: The Antrobuses of Excelsior, New Jersey are an "ice age" family in his "The Skin of Our Teeth" Thornton Wilder
#1858, aired 1992-10-07AUTHORS' BIRTHPLACES $600: Norman Mailer comes from this New Jersey city that has the same name as Miss Kitty's saloon on "Gunsmoke" Long Branch
#1839, aired 1992-09-10"K" ON THE MAP $400: At 6,880 square miles, this Arab country is a little smaller than New Jersey Kuwait
#1839, aired 1992-09-10MAYORS $100: Jim Whelan is mayor of this New Jersey gambling resort Atlantic City
#1835, aired 1992-07-17U.S. STATES $300: In 1976 the Great Falls of the Passaic River, in this state were dedicated as a national historic site New Jersey
#1828, aired 1992-07-08STATE CAPITALS $500: This capital is located at the head of navigation on the Delaware River Trenton (New Jersey)
#1787, aired 1992-05-12COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES $200: Thomas A. Edison State College was founded in 1972 in this New Jersey capital Trenton
#1770, aired 1992-04-17NEW JERSEY CITIES $200: On May 26, 1978 Resorts International Casino opened its door for the 1st time in this city Atlantic City
#1770, aired 1992-04-17NEW JERSEY CITIES $400: It was founded in 1666; the international airport came later Newark
#1770, aired 1992-04-17NEW JERSEY CITIES $600: The old barracks in this city were home to British troops during the Revolution Trenton
#1770, aired 1992-04-17NEW JERSEY CITIES $800: The last leaves of grass Walt Whitman saw were in this town known for its soup Camden
#1770, aired 1992-04-17NEW JERSEY CITIES $1000: This "Cape" is famous for its Victorian houses & lighthouse Cape May
#1766, aired 1992-04-13U.S. GEOGRAPHY $400: The northeastern New Jersey town of Irvington is named for this author Washington Irving
#1732, aired 1992-02-25LANDMARKS $300: Lakehurst Naval Air Station in this state was the site of the Hindenburg explosion New Jersey
#1625, aired 1991-09-27THE 50 STATES $200: The main embarkation port of the AEF in World War I was Hoboken in this state New Jersey
#1622, aired 1991-09-24PARKS $600: The Edison Memorial Tower is in Edison State Park in Menlo Park in this state New Jersey
#1570, aired 1991-05-31THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION $400: On Dec. 25, 1776 Washington crossed the Delaware & captured about 1,000 Hessians in this city Trenton (New Jersey)
#1553, aired 1991-05-08U.S. STATES $600: These words in the nicknames of California & New Jersey both end with "D-E-N" garden & golden
#1500, aired 1991-02-22LAKES & RIVERS $500: This Great Lake, the smallest, is almost as big as the state of New Jersey Lake Ontario
#1472, aired 1991-01-15U.S. STATES $1000: Though it has only 40 miles of coastline, it's still nicknamed "The Ocean State" Rhode Island
#1376, aired 1990-09-03BODIES OF WATER $200: To go from Philadelphia to New Jersey, you cross this river that shares its name with another state the Delaware
#1366, aired 1990-07-09LANDMARKS $100: It spans the Hudson River between Fort Lee, New Jersey & New York City George Washington Bridge
#4, aired 1990-07-07STATE CAPITALS $1000: State capital closest to Philadelphia Trenton, New Jersey
#1325, aired 1990-05-11SPORTS ARENAS $500: 1 of 2 pro sports teams that play in the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey New Jersey Devils/New Jersey Nets
#1312, aired 1990-04-24GOLDEN OLDIES $400: New Jersey & North Carolina each have a Surf City, but California, home of this "Surf City" duo, doesn't Jan & Dean
#1291, aired 1990-03-26U.S. GEOGRAPHY $1,200 (Daily Double): The Raritan is the longest river wholly within this state New Jersey
#1283, aired 1990-03-14U.S. GEOGRAPHY $500: The most densely populated state; every one of this Middle Atlantic state's 21 counties has over 50,000 people New Jersey
#1270, aired 1990-02-23NEW JERSEYITES $200: German-American physicist whose letter to FDR led to the Manhattan Project to make the A-bomb Einstein
#1270, aired 1990-02-23NEW JERSEYITES $400: "Jeopardy!" home games are made in New Brunswick on an avenue named for this "Trees" poet born in New Brunswick (Joyce) Kilmer
#1270, aired 1990-02-23NEW JERSEYITES $600: Charles, son of this inventor of a stock ticker, was governor of New Jersey from 1941-4 Edison
#1270, aired 1990-02-23NEW JERSEYITES $1000: Born in Newark in a Methodist parsonage, he wrote "Maggie: A Girl of the Streets" Stephen Crane
#1270, aired 1990-02-23NEW JERSEYITES $5,000 (Daily Double): Musician heard here, he was born in Red Bank & took his 1st piano lessons from his mother: [Instrumental piano music plays] Count Basie
#1259, aired 1990-02-08BOTANY $200: New Jersey greenhouses surpass all others on the mainland in growing these corsage flowers orchids
#1254, aired 1990-02-01SPORTS SHIFTS $500: In 1982 the NHL's Colorado Rockies became this state's Devils New Jersey
#1202, aired 1989-11-21BUSINESS & INDUSRTY $600: To get closer to the market, Bally will move its gaming equipment mfg. from Illinois to this state Nevada
#1178, aired 1989-10-18"FORT"s $400: Troops are processed for overseas duty at this New Jersey army base Fort Dix
#1175, aired 1989-10-13TV TRIVIA $400: In February 1989 this New Jersey senator was seen playing basketball on "The Cosby Show" Bill Bradley
#1170, aired 1989-10-06IN THE NEWS $300: To convince New Jersey to deregulate wrestling, the WWF admitted this about the sport scripted/fake entertainment
#1168, aired 1989-10-04U.S. STATES $400: Though headquartered in this "Garden State", Campbell's hasn't used tomatoes its in soup since 1979 New Jersey
#1125, aired 1989-06-23CAMPAIGN '88 $400: The keynote address at the GOP convention was delivered by this New Jersey governor Thomas Kean
#1100, aired 1989-05-19AMERICAN HISTORY $800: When Washington crossed the Delaware, he went from Pennsylvania to this state New Jersey
#1093, aired 1989-05-10ROCK 'N' ROLL $400: Title of Bon Jovi's 1988 hit album, it's named after the state in which Jon Bon Jovi was born New Jersey
#1085, aired 1989-04-28GEOGRAPHIC CAPES $600: Known for its Victorian houses, Cape May, on this state's shore, is one of the oldest U.S. resorts New Jersey
#1022, aired 1989-01-31NEW YORK CITY $300: Some 4.5 billion has been budgeted to renovate these 3 N.Y. area airports over the next 10 years LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark
#1016, aired 1989-01-23BRIDGES $600: 3 bridges link this NYC borough with New Jersey while only 1 connects it with the rest of the city Staten Island
#1015, aired 1989-01-20AMERICAN REVOLUTION $100: New Jerseyites disguised as Indians burned this, unlike the Bostonians who dumped it in the harbor tea
#1009, aired 1989-01-12U.S. CITIES $200: The city of West New York is in this state New Jersey
#1000, aired 1988-12-30TOUGH TRIVIA $800: The lowest telephone area code in the U.S., 201, covers the northern half of this state New Jersey
#987, aired 1988-12-13NEW JERSEY $100: New Jersey's executive mansion isn't in the capital but in this university town Princeton
#987, aired 1988-12-13NEW JERSEY $200: Forming New Jersey's border with Pennsylvania, it's easier to cross than it was in 1776 the Delaware River
#987, aired 1988-12-13NEW JERSEY $300: For a day of fun & frolic, why not visit Campbell's Soup Museum in this city opposite Philadelphia Camden
#987, aired 1988-12-13NEW JERSEY $400: Bell Labs in Holmdel designed & built this 1st communications satellite in 1962 Telstar
#987, aired 1988-12-13NEW JERSEY $500: Elected president in 1884 & 1892, he was the only U.S. president born in New Jersey Grover Cleveland
#983, aired 1988-12-07BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $300: In the early '70s Standard Oil of New Jersey spent millions to change its name to this Exxon
#967, aired 1988-11-15SILENT MOVIES $300: This 1903 Edwin S. Porter classic wasn't filmed in the Wild West but in the wilds of New Jersey The Great Train Robbery
#967, aired 1988-11-15TRANSPORTATION $800: Until 1937 the Lakehurst, New Jersey, naval air station was the U.S. transatlantic terminal for these craft Dirigibles
#965, aired 1988-11-11TRANSPORTATION $400: On July 21, 1959, the first cargo ship powered by this was launched at Camden, New Jersey Nuclear Power
#961, aired 1988-11-07"NEW" ON THE MAP $100: Of all U.S. states beginning with "New", this one is alphabetically 1st New Hampshire
#961, aired 1988-11-07"NEW" ON THE MAP $200: A Canadian province, or the New Jersey home of Rutgers University New Brunswick
#878, aired 1988-06-01PRESIDENTIAL RESTING PLACES $600: While Garfield is buried in Cleveland, Cleveland is buried in this New Jersey college town Princeton
#831, aired 1988-03-28PRESIDENTS $1000: The last of the eight presidents born in Virginia, though he was elected from New Jersey Woodrow Wilson
#824, aired 1988-03-17U.S. CITIES $500: Thought it's the oldest English settlement in New Jersey, it wasn't named for an old English queen Elizabeth
#822, aired 1988-03-15COLLEGES $100: Ivy League school originally called the College of New Jersey Princeton
#805, aired 1988-02-19INVENTORS $800: In 1941, the son of this inventor became governor of New Jersey Thomas Edison
#793, aired 1988-02-03FLOWERS $400: The name of New Jersey's state flower is sort of redundant: the purple... violet
#780, aired 1988-01-15SPORTS TRIVIA $500: Though the Mets got one, the NFL champion Giants weren't initially offered NYC ticker tape parade due to this they played out of state, they played in Meadow Lands, New Jersey
#763, aired 1987-12-23U.S. STATES $600: Raking in 30 million people & $16 billion in bets in '86, this state claims to have nation's #1 tourist resort New Jersey
#747, aired 1987-12-01STATISTICS $500: With over 1000 people per square mile, this Mid-Atlantic state is most densely populated New Jersey
#736, aired 1987-11-16CORPORATE AMERICA $600: 1 of the 7 regional phone companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange & commonly called the "Baby Bells" (1 of) Ameritech, Bell Atlantic, BellSouth, NYNEX, Southwestern Bell, Pacific Telesis, or US West
#733, aired 1987-11-1118TH CENTURY AMERICA $1000: On November 20, 1789, New Jersey became the first state to ratify this the Bill of Rights
#730, aired 1987-11-061787 $800: 2 of 3 states that ratified the Constitution in 1787 Delaware & New Jersey (& Pennsylvania)
#725, aired 1987-10-30PHILADELPHIA $200: 4 bridges link Philadelphia with this neighboring state New Jersey
#717, aired 1987-10-20LAKES & RIVERS $700 (Daily Double): Besides Delaware, 2 of the other 3 states on the Delaware River (2 of) New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
#677, aired 1987-07-14SHIPS $800: Exactly 4" longer than her sister ships, the Missouri, Iowa & Wisconsin, she's the largest battleship afloat the New Jersey
#641, aired 1987-05-25THE 1930s $600: On May 9, 1936, it landed successfully at Lakehurst, New Jersey Hindenburg
#611, aired 1987-04-13TRAINS $300: Shot in New Jersey in 1903, this film, some 10 minutes in length, is often called the 1st western ever The Great Train Robbery
#606, aired 1987-04-06U.S. STATES $400: Of N.Y., N.J., or N.M., the one, according to the World Almanac, with the most poultry New York
#593, aired 1987-03-18BLACK AMERICA $1000: 1st mayor ever to complete the Boston Marathon, Kenneth Gibson is mayor of this eastern city Newark (New Jersey)
#593, aired 1987-03-18FORMER CAPITALS $400: Briefly the capital of the United States, it's still capital of New Jersey Trenton
#578, aired 1987-02-25SEE THE USA $300: The Encyclopedia Americana calls this pageant "the best known annual event in New Jersey" Miss America
#577, aired 1987-02-24THE BOSS $800: Bruce was indeed born in the U.S.A.--in this town, in fact Freehold, New Jersey
#576, aired 1987-02-23COWBOYS & INDIANS $600: In 1758, the colony of New Jersey established the 1st of these for Indians reservation
#564, aired 1987-02-05AGRICULTURE $600: Summer berries only found growing wild until 1st cultivated in New Jersey in early 20th c. blueberries
#550, aired 1987-01-16GEOGRAPHIC PAIRS $500: Island off New Jersey or Argentina, but Argentines call it "Isla de los Estados" Staten Island
#482, aired 1986-10-14ICE HOCKEY $100: Demonic name of New Jersey's franchise the Devils
#468, aired 1986-09-24HAMLET $400: This "Kung Fu" star once played Laertes in a Paramus, New Jersey shopping mall David Carradine
#438, aired 1986-05-14FACTS & FIGURES $100: After NYC & Washington, D.C., this New Jersey city is most expensive in U.S. to visit Atlantic City
#415, aired 1986-04-11BRIDGES $200: It's the only bridge connecting Manhattan with New Jersey, no lie the George Washington Bridge
#415, aired 1986-04-11WORLD CITIES $400: With "Amboy" it's a city in New Jersey, alone it's in Australia Perth
#411, aired 1986-04-07PARKS $400: In 1962 Freddy Cannon had a hit about this now-defunct New Jersey amusement park Palisades Park
#369, aired 1986-02-06ODDS & ENDS $500: Legal in 4 states, it's youngest specified age a female can be married with parental consent 12
#307, aired 1985-11-12U. S. STATES $600 (Daily Double): Cape May, in this state, is as far south as Washington, D.C. New Jersey
#277, aired 1985-10-01AGRICULTURE $400: Recently, New Jersey had the highest value per farm acre & this other "New" state the lowest New Mexico
#271, aired 1985-09-23BUSINESS & INDUSTRY $300: Though it changed its name from Standard Oil of New Jersey, it's still headquartered there Exxon
#262, aired 1985-09-10U.S. STATES $600: With NYC & Philadelphia in mind, Ben Franklin called this state "a rum keg tapped at both ends" New Jersey
#261, aired 1985-09-09NEW ENGLAND $1000: Sikorsky built 1st one-rotor helicopter in this state which still makes most helicopters Connecticut
#41, aired 1984-11-05U.S. STATES $100: Where we crown Miss America New Jersey
#10, aired 1984-09-21TOURIST TRAPS $400: Seaside resort that has a monopoly on East Coast gambling Atlantic City, New Jersey
#2, aired 1984-09-11STATE CAPITALS $300: Crossing the Delaware on Xmas, 1776, Washington defeated the Hessians at this N.J. capital Trenton, New Jersey
#1, aired 1983-09-18THE SENATE $150: Former Rhodes scholar and basketball star now senator from New Jersey Bill Bradley

Final Jeopardy! Round clues (29 results returned)

#8422, aired 2021-06-15AMERICAN WOMEN: During her second marriage, she split her time among homes in New York, New Jersey, Paris & Greece & a yacht Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
#7917, aired 2019-01-2920th CENTURY DISASTERS: On the radio in 1937 this 3-word exclamation came after "the smoke and the flames now...not quite to the mooring mast" "Oh, the humanity!"
#7791, aired 2018-06-25STATE NAME ORIGINS: Though it doesn't have "island" in its name, it's named after a European island New Jersey
#7507, aired 2017-04-11AMERICANA: There are rest stops named for Edison, Lombardi & Woodrow Wilson on this road mentioned in the 1968 song "America" the New Jersey Turnpike
#7459, aired 2017-02-02THE U.S.A.: The Empire State Building says that on a clear day you can see 5 states from the top: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut & these 2 Pennsylvania & Massachusetts
#7402, aired 2016-11-15MEN OF SCIENCE: The symbols for 6 chemical elements spell out his name, beginning with cobalt, phosphorus & erbium Copernicus
#7295, aired 2016-05-06AUTHORS: She wrote in her journal in 1867 that a publisher "asked me to write a girls book. Said I'd try." Louisa May Alcott
#7217, aired 2016-01-19U.S. STATES: In 1721 explorer Charlevoix called a point at the border of these 2 states "the finest confluence in the world" Missouri & Illinois
#7170, aired 2015-11-13GREEK MYTHOLOGY: Famous mother of Pyrrha, who survived the Great Flood & with her husband repopulated the Earth Pandora
#7078, aired 2015-05-27GOVERNORS: Governors of adjacent states, these 2 ex-prosecutors are also adjacent on an alphabetical list of governors Christie & Cuomo
#6890, aired 2014-07-25WEBSITES: A slang term for Harvard's freshman register gave this website its name Facebook
#6432, aired 2012-07-31KIDS' BUSINESS: The corporate headquarters of this store founded in 1948 is at One Geoffrey Way in Wayne, New Jersey Toys "R" Us
#6361, aired 2012-04-23AMERICAN HISTORY: This state is known as the "Cockpit of the Revolution" for all the battles there, including a pivotal one in December 1776 New Jersey
#5785, aired 2009-11-06STATE CAPITALS: It's the only 3-word state capital Salt Lake City
#5283, aired 2007-07-25THEATRE AROUND THE WORLD: This Swahili phrase has been said or sung more than 450,000 times in theatres all over the world hakuna matata
#5019, aired 2006-06-08UNIVERSITIES: It's the only state that doesn't have an undergraduate university or university system named just for the state itself New Jersey
#5000, aired 2006-05-12ISLANDS: Davis Strait, named for a Northwest Passage seeker, separates these 2 islands that total over 1 million square miles Greenland & Baffin Island
#4217, aired 2002-12-24U.S. STATES: This state is 2nd in blueberry production, 3rd in cranberries, 4th in peaches but 1st in chemical production New Jersey
#4082, aired 2002-05-07THE OSCARS: The 2 Best Picture nominees for 1983 that featured astronaut characters The Right Stuff & Terms of Endearment
#4064, aired 2002-04-11THE NFL: They're the only 2 NFL teams to currently share a home stadium the New York Jets & the New York Giants
#3880, aired 2001-06-15NAMES IN THE NEWS: On December 16, 2000, the day after his graduation, LSU retired his No. 33 jersey Shaquille O'Neal
#3595, aired 2000-03-31VICE PRESIDENTS: He once wrote to his son-in-law, "In New York I am to be disenfranchised and in New Jersey hanged" Aaron Burr
#2845, aired 1997-01-03THE WESTERN U.S.: This state capital rose from the ruins of a Hohokam Indian settlement Phoenix, Arizona
#2816, aired 1996-11-25NOTORIOUS: A corrections museum in Trenton, New Jersey contains the chair in which he was executed in 1936 Bruno Richard Hauptmann
#2042, aired 1993-06-22THE 50 STATES: Texas has the most farms with 185,000; this state has the fewest with about 500 Alaska
#1260, aired 1990-02-09SHAKESPEARE: Tho Shakespeare wrote many plays about kings, she is the only title character who is a queen Cleopatra
#1195, aired 1989-11-10THE CENSUS: 2 of the 4 U.S. states with a population density greater than 500 people per square mile (2 of) Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey & Rhode Island
#1106, aired 1989-05-29THE 50 STATES: The 2 states whose names end with the letter "Y" Kentucky & New Jersey
#712, aired 1987-10-13HISTORIC NAMES: This man was killed in a duel in Weehawken, New Jersey 2 1/2 years after his son died in a duel there Alexander Hamilton

Players (509 results returned)

Robert Quinn, a real estate manager and actor from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 21 player (2004-09-14). KJL game 45.
Tim Koch, a 12-year-old sixth grader from Cliffwood, New Jersey "He would like to be a teacher because you get to...
John Murray, an aspiring playwright from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 21 player (2004-11-05). KJL game 67.
Philip Graves, an IT consultant from Somerset, New Jersey Season 21 player (2004-11-25). KJL game 72.
Rob Kimbro, a theater director and stay-at-home dad from Princeton, New Jersey Season 21 player (2004-11-29). KJL game 74. Jeopardy! Message Board user...
Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1990 Super...
Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey 2014 Battle of the Decades quarterfinalist: $10,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Scott Holliday, a legal word processor from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-02-04).
Janet Wong, a development officer for a museum from Hoboken, New Jersey "As a senior at Drew University, she won the February 2000...
David Traini, a high school administrator from Moorestown, New Jersey "This 5-time champ finished second in the 1987 Tournament of Champions....
Bob Scarpone, an attorney from Flanders, New Jersey 1996 Tournament of Champions 1st runner-up (semifinalist by wildcard): $11,000. Season...
Susan Fritsch-Cohen, a marketing vice president originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 14 player (1998-02-25).
Isaac Segal, an advertising creative director from Cherry Hill, New Jersey 1995 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up: $16,600. Season 11 4-time champion:...
Jeff Chrzanowski, a computer engineer originally from Marlton, New Jersey Season 14 1-time champion: $3,199 + Ellesse Swiss-crafted sports watch.
Mike Thayer, a mathematics teacher from North Plainfield, New Jersey "He was a junior at Rutgers University when he won the...
Merle Milder, a housewife from Edison, New Jersey Season 14 1-time champion: $10,600. Merle won $5,000 on Who Wants...
Maryanne Ackershoek, an associate editor and online writer from Wayne, New Jersey Season 14 1-time champion: $16,600.
Bill Pitassy, a lawyer from Roselle Park, New Jersey "After winning 5 games in 1994, he took his family on...
Paul Roder, a systems engineer from Tinton Falls, New Jersey Season 13 1-time champion: $14,550 + a trip to Jamaica.
Hilary Hill, a homemaker originally from Roselle, New Jersey Season 2 player (1985-09-24).
Phil Hoffman, a graduate student originally from Mountain Lakes, New Jersey Season 37 2-time champion: $37,390 + $1,000.
Jesse Lewis, a copy editor from Fanwood, New Jersey Season 14 1-time champion: $12,600.
Claudia Perry, a pop music critic from Jersey City, New Jersey 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2002 Million Dollar Masters...
Mark Eckard, a software designer from Bedford, Massachusetts 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $35,600. 2001 Tournament...
Claudia Perry, a sports copy editor from Jersey City, New Jersey "A pop music critic when she first appeared on Jeopardy!, she's...
Amy Phillips, a research student originally from Clifton, New Jersey Season 1 player (1984-12-07).
Joe Roberts, a director of planning & building from Perth Amboy, New Jersey Season 6 1-time champion: $10,700. Won $250,000 winner on Who Wants...
Cigus Vanni, a psychologist originally from South Amboy, New Jersey 1989 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 5 5-time champion: $40,400...
Jeff Magee, a registered nurse from Ridgefield Park, New Jersey Season 21 player (2005-06-17). According to the official Jeopardy! web site,...
David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey 2019 All-Star Games member of winning Team Brad: a share of...
Jessica Schreader, an office manager from Delran, New Jersey Season 21 player (2005-07-11). Won $64,000 on Who Wants To Be...
Kevin Mulhern, a computer programming consultant from Stanhope, New Jersey Season 11 X-time champion: $X (at least $7,000).
Rob Vernon, a health care systems specialist from New Milford, New Jersey Season 17 player (2001-01-31).
Sara Jansson, a 10-year-old from Monmouth Junction, New Jersey "She wants to become a singer because she loves music so...
Wayne Perra, an advertising manager from Tenafly, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-01-08).
Phil Leib, a typographer from Westfield, New Jersey Season 6 3-time champion: $24,400.
Barbara Lieberman, a librarian from Pinebrook, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-02-28).
Jerry Fried, an artist originally from Lakewood, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-03-01).
Ken Sarajian, a color separator from Mahwah, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-03-19).
Jennifer Buermann, a construction manager from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 22 player (2005-09-13). Last name pronounced like "BYOOR-man".
Joel Goldberg, a CPA and financial officer from Fort Lee, New Jersey Season 6 4-time champion: $33,001. Was first on the show 1988...
Mike Leger, an air quality consultant from Bridgewater, New Jersey Season 22 1-time champion: $30,801 + $2,000. Blog at killer-tomato.blogspot.com. Jeopardy!...
Heather Pharo, a writer from Manahawkin, New Jersey Season 22 player (2005-09-23).
Bette Greenfield, a travel agency owner from Morristown, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-04-18).
Andy Rosenberg, a sales manager from Morristown, New Jersey Season 22 2-time champion: $28,800 + $2,000.
Ann Catlin, a computer programmer from Brick, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-04-01).
David Javerbaum, a Harvard graduate whose musical was produced off-Broadway originally from Maplewood, New Jersey "He called himself the class joker at Columbia High in Maplewood,...
Vince Mohan, a high school teacher from Englewood, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-04-04).
Rob Kalisch, an attorney from Hackensack, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-04-05).
Donna Christie, a sixth grade teacher from Frenchtown, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-01-17).
Liz Lackey, a student from Wayne, New Jersey Season 22 player (2005-11-30). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: LizLackey JBoard...
Jennifer Wadsack, a homemaker from Chatham, New Jersey Season 13 player (1997-01-21). Wife of 1994 College Champion and Tournament...
Linda Slyer, a homemaker originally from Saddlebrook, New Jersey Season 13 1-time champion: $9,900.
Steve Berman, a film executive originally from Toms River, New Jersey "A film executive, originally from Toms River, New Jersey, Steve Berman,...
Abby Aronson, a foreign service officer originally from Englewood, New Jersey Season 14 player (1997-09-25).
Jeff Frankel, a dentist from Fort Lee, New Jersey Season 10 player (1993-12-31).
Alex Oleksij, an actor from Nutley, New Jersey Season 13 player (1997-06-23).
David Achar, a video buyer from Teaneck, New Jersey Season 13 player (1997-07-02).
Dan Dean, a public affairs director originally from Hackettstown, New Jersey Season 13 player (1997-07-09).
Joseph Graumann, a junior from Mays Landing, New Jersey 2006 Teen Tournament wildcard semifinalist: $10,000.
Pete Kearns, an attorney from Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey Season 13 player (1997-06-02).
Hank Widmayer, a theater technician and actor from Maple Shade, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-05-21).
Heather Bell, a writer from Trenton, New Jersey Season 15 1-time champion: $10,900.
Eric Mercaldo, an actor originally from Beechwood, New Jersey Season 15 player (1998-10-21).
Mary LoSardo, a retired executive, now web site designer from Bayonne, New Jersey Season 22 1-time champion: $20,800 + $1,000. Mary won $60 +...
Sinan Turnacioglu, a medical student from East Brunswick, New Jersey Season 15 2-time champion: $9,800.
Ross Lambersky, from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 15 player (1998-11-24).
Greg Little, a science analyst from North Plainfield, New Jersey Season 22 player (2006-04-24).
David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey 2019 All-Star Games member of winning Team Brad: a share of...
Brian Gillespie, an actor originally from Bayonne, New Jersey Season 15 2-time champion: $17,500.
Kathy Widmayer, a systems project manager from Moorestown, New Jersey Season 18 player (2001-10-08).
Jeanne Kirk, an IT manager from Hackettstown, New Jersey Season 18 player (2001-10-18).
Stefanie Morales, a teacher from Fair Lawn, New Jersey Season 22 player (2006-06-06).
Quinn Saunders, a filmmaker originally from Lumberton, New Jersey Season 22 player (2006-06-07).
Dave Traini, a high school administrator from Medford Lakes, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1990 Super...
Josh Kennedy, a bartender from Trenton, New Jersey Season 22 2-time champion: $55,600 + $2,000.
Rob Mitchell, a telecommunications engineer from Aberdeen, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-06-25).
Bara Blender, a publications consultant originally from Milltown, New Jersey Season 18 player (2001-12-20).
David Nikithser, a project manager from Hightstown, New Jersey Season 22 2-time champion: $44,799 + $2,000. Personal web site at...
Suzie Lisky, a 12-year-old from Mendham, New Jersey "She's not sure what she wants to be when she grows...
James Fraleigh, a senior journal production editor from Hackensack, New Jersey Season 14 1-time champion: $12,300.
Joe Gurski, a junior from Roselle, New Jersey 1996 Teen Tournament 2nd runner-up: $24,800.
Jay Giller, a food buyer from East Brunswick, New Jersey Season 18 player (2002-01-14).
Brian McMahon, a computer programmer from Clifton, New Jersey Season 14 player (1998-05-26).
Marie Corfield, an art teacher from Flemington, New Jersey Season 18 player (2002-01-23).
Betty Altruda, an English professor from Manalapan, New Jersey Season 14 2-time champion: $25,001. Won $16,000 on the syndicated version...
Julie Anastasi, a senior from Moorestown, New Jersey 1997-B Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Ken Davis, a pediatrician from Scotch Plains, New Jersey Season 23 player (2006-09-27).
Emily Sturtz, from Parsippany, New Jersey "Because she would like to help people, she wants to become...
Janet Wong, a college senior from Eatontown, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 2000 Tournament...
Andrew Espinoza, a vice principal from Emerson, New Jersey Season 23 1-time champion: $16,500 + $2,000.
Susan Wozny, a speech pathologist from West Orange, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-05-30).
Spencer Parker, a recent college graduate from East Brunswick, New Jersey Season 13 2-time champion: $26,402.
Sarah Ramer, a clinical research coordinator originally from Wayne, New Jersey Season 23 player (2006-11-23). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: SarahRamer
Seveen Kannankara, a junior from Bergenfield, New Jersey 2002 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. Seveen was 15 at the time...
Margaret Monroe, a junior from South Plainfield, New Jersey 2002 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500. Margaret was 16 at the time...
Jack Mahoney, an actor from Jersey City, New Jersey 1993 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $5,000. Season 9 4-time champion: $32,404.
Cory Hartman, a pastor from Passaic, New Jersey Season 23 1-time champion: $29,200 + $1,000.
Marc Beebe, an education evaluator from Highland Park, New Jersey Season 18 player (2002-06-03). Last name pronounced like "BEE-bee."
Mariann Buonadonna, a homemaker from Barnegat, New Jersey Season 23 player (2006-12-19).
Glenn Woertz, a home inspector and minister from Alpine, New Jersey Season 23 1-time champion: $27,800 + $1,000.
Luann Reed-Siegel, an editor from Edison, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-01-03). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Editoria
Andy Siegler, a senior from Cinnaminson, New Jersey 2001 Teen Tournament 1st runner-up: $15,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Jim Baer, a project coordinator from Mount Laurel, New Jersey Season 18 1-time champion: $9,799 + $1,000.
Ann Kruger, a college counselor originally from Linden, New Jersey Season 18 player (2002-06-26).
Carl Podraza, a chemist from Changewater, New Jersey Season 17 player (2001-05-14).
Jessica Finkelberg, a talent backer from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 17 player (2001-06-13).
Marian Chen, a graduate student from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 17 player (2001-06-19).
Laura Adomunas, a pharmacist from Sayreville, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-06-10). KJL game 7.
Michael Driscoll, a physician from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-01-09).
Steve DiGiulio, a senior account executive from Washington Township, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-06-17). KJL game 12.
Ann Darby, a retired investment banker from Cranford, New Jersey Season 16 player (1999-10-25).
Pat Tortorello, a corrections officer from Belleville, New Jersey Season 16 1-time champion: $10,200. Pat was the first contestant eliminated...
Beth Carroll, a criminal records supervisor from Morristown, New Jersey Season 16 player (1999-10-08).
Rebecca Grayson, a law student from West Windsor, New Jersey Season 16 player (1999-10-13).
Sean Scarry, a substitute teacher and graduate student from Mount Laurel, New Jersey Season 18 1-time champion: $26,200 + $1,000.
David Harris, an editor and writer originally from Paramus, New Jersey Season 9 1-time champion: $5,401 + a trip to Orlando, Flordia...
Maggie Bruen, a teacher from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 18 1-time champion: $24,200.
Will Porter, a librarian from Newton, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-03-12).
Ruth Merriam, an accountant from South Orange, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-03-21).
Samantha Ross, a student from Hillsdale, New Jersey Season 23 1-time champion: $14,000 + $1,000. Won $1,000 on Who...
Tricia McKinney, a TV news writer from Secaucus, New Jersey Season 23 3-time champion: $50,800 + $1,000.
Victor Lee, a recent college graduate from Leonia, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-04-23). Victor Lee was one of three team...
Brian Marshall, a registered nurse from Audubon, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-04-27).
Jean Kosits, a teacher from River Vale, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-05-04).
Ann Hannon, a marketing research vice president from Princeton Junction, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-05-05).
Barbara James, a freelance writer from Clifton, New Jersey Season 17 player (2000-09-20).
Will Schultz, a freshman from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2007 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 19 at the time of the...
Ginger Greenstein, a computer consultant from Freehold, New Jersey Season 17 player (2000-10-12).
Carol Gerber, a legal technology manager from Red Bank, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-05-15). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Carolgrbr
Chris Coad, a graphic designer from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-07-17).
Mary Ann Hilterhaus, an administrative assistant from Glen Ridge, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-06-21). Mary Ann also appeared on the original...
Burns Cameron, a realtor from Standish, Maine 1990 Super Jeopardy! quarterfinalist: $5,000. Burns appeared on the original version...
Roger Brown, a sales representative originally from Piscataway, New Jersey Season 14 player (1998-06-08).
Judy Moss, an administrative assistant from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-07-05).
Julie O'Keefe, a freelance writer from Chester, New Jersey Season 14 player (1998-07-08).
Mark Fields, an art center director from Collingswood, New Jersey Season 14 player (1998-07-10).
Nancy Kimmel, a student originally from Sayreville, New Jersey Season 23 player (2007-07-12).
Meryl Federman, a senior from Livingston, New Jersey 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games champion (semifinalist by wildcard): $75,000. 18...
Leslie McRae, an administrative assistant from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-01-26).
John Boyle, an operations consultant from Westfield, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-02-22).
Rachel Schneider, an undergraduate student from Bergenfield, New Jersey Season 16 player (1999-09-17).
Dorothy Gilmartin, a teacher from Weehawken, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-09-10). Dorothy's turn against IBM's Jeopardy!-playing computer Watson...
Brian Goss, a network administrator originally from Oakland, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-04-03).
Matt Caporaletti, an advertising account supervisor from Westwood, New Jersey Season 24 1-time champion: $2,900 + $1,000.
Lynda Aue, a teacher from Ocean Grove, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-04-19).
Nicole Yoon, a 12-year-old from Asbury, New Jersey "She has set her sights on becoming a medical doctor or...
Cindy Wolfson Ciullo, a vintage clothing store owner from Perth Amboy, New Jersey Season 16 player (2000-06-22).
Pamela Chin, a registered nurse from West Orange, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-10-15).
Janet Wong, a senior at Drew University from Eatontown, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 2000 Tournament...
Julia Becker, a senior at Brandeis University from Cranford, New Jersey 2000-A College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $5,000. 19 at the time of...
Kelly Sherer, an account planning manager from West Orange, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-10-24).
Sarah Kulihin, a student and bookseller from Plainfield, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-10-31).
Lucia Macro, an executive editor from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-11-02).
Karen Marlowe, a state and local planning coordinator from South Orange, New Jersey Season 16 1-time champion: $6,000.
Ralph Dellanno, a high school theology teacher from Edison, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-11-30).
Carolyn Saxon, an actor from Weehawken, New Jersey Season 17 player (2000-11-28).
Rob Carter, a deputy attorney general from Lawrenceville, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-12-05). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: justrobnj
Martha Rothman, a retired stockbroker from Barnegat, New Jersey Season 24 1-time champion: $32,801 + $2,000.
Megan Maxwell, a paralegal from Lawrenceville, New Jersey Season 24 player (2007-12-21).
Michael Arnone, a graduate student originally from Pennington, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 2001 Tournament...
Rob Skolits, a management consultant and actor originally from Flemington, New Jersey Season 24 player (2008-01-21).
Stephen Fineman, a science teacher from Morristown, New Jersey Season 24 1-time champion: $6,001 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: SteveNJ
Joanne Aswell, an educational consultant from Lebanon Township, New Jersey Season 24 player (2008-02-06).
Becky Kralle, a senior from Runnemede, New Jersey 2008-A Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Ann Drourr, a rare bookseller from Mount Laurel, New Jersey Season 24 1-time champion: $31,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like to rhyme with "power".
Aaron Johnson, a junior at Rowan University from Brick, New Jersey 1999 College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500.
Gil Bauer, a marketing executive from Montclair, New Jersey Season 24 player (2008-04-01).
Cathy Rosenberg, a schoolteacher from Marlton, New Jersey Season 24 player (2008-04-24).
Sam Sanker, a sophomore from North Bergen, New Jersey 1999-A Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Danny Devries, a junior from the University of Michigan 2008 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from West Bloomfield, MI...
Kendra Pettis, an 11-year-old from Maplewood, New Jersey 2008 Kids Week Reunion player (2008-09-17). 1999 Back-to-School Week player (1999-09-08).
Elaine Cooper, an admissions director from Bedminster, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-09-08).
Isaac Segal, an advertising creative director from Cherry Hill, New Jersey 1995 Tournament of Champions 2nd runner-up: $16,600. Season 11 4-time champion:...
Liz Basile, a client services manager from Englewood, New Jersey Season 24 player (2008-07-09). Last name pronounced like "buh-SEAL".
Bill Pitassy, an attorney from Cranford, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 player: $5,000. 1994 Tournament...
Bart Thomas, a Senior Tournament winner from Bridgewater, New Jersey 1994 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. 1994 Senior Tournament champion: $25,000....
Jim Morgan, a personnel manager from New Brunswick, New Jersey 1995 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 11 5-time champion: $41,899.
Okey Chikezie, from Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey "He wants to be a professional soccer player when he grows...
Duke Conde, an actor from West Orange, New Jersey Season 19 player (2002-09-30).
Christie Whitman, a former governor from New Jersey "She was New Jersey's first woman governor, and later became administrator...
Connie Barila, a business analyst from Fort Lee, New Jersey Season 19 player (2002-10-23).
Jessica Rasper, a graduate student from Succasunna, New Jersey Season 19 player (2002-11-08).
James Greenberg, a public relations coordinator originally from Marlboro, New Jersey Season 11 player (1995-07-06).
Bonnie Schwab, a lawyer and teacher from Maplewood, New Jersey Season 19 1-time champion: $16,201 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: Bonnie411
David Blakeley, a telecommunications manager from Edison, New Jersey Season 8 player (1991-10-17).
Sara Austin, a paralegal & stay-at-home mom from Middletown, New Jersey Season 19 player (2003-07-16).
Eli Edwards, a law student from Newark, California Season 25 player (2008-10-21).
Mathew Safer, a transportation planner from South Orange, New Jersey Season 25 2-time champion: $44,701 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: masafer
Katie Houghton, a senior from Ewing, New Jersey 2008-B Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. Last name pronounced like "HOW-ton".
Randy Harris, an estate and trust attorney from Madison, New Jersey Season 19 2-time champion: $31,200 + $1,000.
Justin Waters, a resident physician from Royal Oak, Michigan Season 25 1-time champion: $7,199 + $2,000. Justin Waters Royal Oak,...
Carrie Hotchkiss, a Montessori teaching assistant from Lawrenceville, New Jersey Season 25 player (2008-12-18).
Andrew Kasson, an operations manager originally from Ocean, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-01-05).
Maggie Linzer, a postal clerk from Milford, New Jersey Season 19 player (2003-01-17).
Lennie Edwards, a teacher originally from Fort Dix, New Jersey Season 4 1-time champion: $9,000 + either the Jeopardy! box game or computerized version.
Debbie Israel, an artist, tutor and writer from Highland Park, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-01-12).
Erin Butler, a recent college graduate from Stewartsville, New Jersey Season 19 player (2002-12-23).
Dianne Scorese, a homemaker from Montvale, New Jersey Season 19 player (2002-12-11).
Kathy Gillespie Hennelly, a business technology teacher from Cinnaminson, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-02-18).
Bruce Hanson, a graphic artist and musician from Hightstown, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-02-26).
Tony Sina, a sophomore at Temple University from Fairlawn, New Jersey 2002 College Championship quarterfinalist: $2,500.
Meg Slachetka, a Congressional staffer originally from Hackettstown, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-03-27).
Jean Cui, a student originally from Garden City, New York Season 25 2-time champion: $14,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced like...
Scott Menke, a senior from Johns Hopkins University 2009 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Flemington, New Jersey...
Andrew Ceppos, a senior from Tufts University 2009 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. 21 and from Verona, New...
Deborah Charles, a retired airline agent from Avenel, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-05-22).
Peter Sagal, a writer originally from New Jersey Season 4 player (1988-04-06). Sagal is the host of NPR's Wait...
Deb Ronning, a fifth grade teacher originally from Reddington, New Jersey Season 25 player (2009-06-12).
Paula Tupper, a law student originally from Westfield, New Jersey 1985 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. Season 1 5-time champion: $34,298.
Anissa Chitour, a ten-year-old from Princeton, New Jersey "Her extracurricular activities include playing violin, playing field hockey and shopping...
Emily Heaney, a freelance costume designer from White Bear Lake, Minnesota Season 25 1-time champion: $2,200 + $1,000. Last name pronounced like...
Chris Hernandez, a biology student originally from Wharton, New Jersey Season 25 1-time champion: $23,000 + $2,000.
Jim Fitzpatrick, a senior at Wake Forest University from Colts Neck, New Jersey 2003 College Championship semifinalist: $5,000. According the the official Jeopardy! web...
Brian Brown, a hotel food and beverage manager from Cartaret, New Jersey Season 20 player (2003-10-09).
Marc Carcanague, a teacher from Mount Laurel, New Jersey Season 20 player (2003-10-13).
A.J. Monaco, a law student originally from Newark, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-01-09).
Jenny Taylor, an office manager and record producer from Plainfield, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-04-05).
Nicole Labruto, a surf school manager from Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey Season 26 player (2009-10-06). Nicole's father, Fran, was a Jeopardy! 1-day...
Alex Silady, an 11-year-old from Edison, New Jersey "He hopes to be an entrepreneur, because he likes doing things...
Frank Amanat, an attorney from South Orange, New Jersey Season 20 3-time champion: $55,900 + $1,000. Season 20 player (2003-11-03)....
Gabriel Johnson, a senior from Teaneck, New Jersey 2009 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000. 17 at the time of the Teen Tournament.
Margaret Meehan, a medical records supervisor from Brick, New Jersey Season 20 2-time champion: $52,000 + $2,000.
Kimberly Jantz, an attorney from Tulsa, Oklahoma Season 26 1-time champion: $22,200 + $2,000. Kimberly Jantz - an...
Denise Feder, an independent contractor from Matawan, New Jersey Season 26 player (2009-12-07). Last name pronounced like "FED-er".
Beverly Beardsley, a primary teacher from Salem, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-02-26).
Susan Holmes-Garrity, an ESL high school teacher from Collingswood, New Jersey Season 26 player (2009-12-25).
Andrew Fechner, a television programmer from Montclair, New Jersey Season 26 1-time champion: $26,001 + $1,000. Jeopardy! Message Board user name: arfnj
Kathy Mansbery, a teacher from Stanhope, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-03-18).
Linda Garvin, a systems analyst from Tenafly, New Jersey Season 20 player (2004-03-31).
Amy Tyszkiewicz, a Ph.D. student in chemical biology from Sayreville, New Jersey Season 26 1-time champion: $14,200 + $2,000. Last name pronounced "tis-KEV-itch".
Vijay Balse, a chemical engineer originally from Bombay, India 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2010 Tournament of Champions...
Matt Bischoff, a twelve-year-old seventh-grader from Sicklerville, New Jersey 2003 Back to School Kids Week player (2003-09-26).
Karla Ruksys, an administrative assistant from Mount Ephraim, New Jersey Season 26 1-time champion: $30,000 + $2,000.
Kathy Kenny, a high school math teacher from Park Ridge, New Jersey Season 26 1-time champion: $18,201 + $2,000.
Vijay Balse, a chemical engineer from Chatham, New Jersey 2014 Battle of the Decades invitee: $5,000. 2010 Tournament of Champions...
Paul Kursky, a copywriter from San Francisco, California 2011 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $5,000. Season 26 5-time champion: $109,411...
Donna Gottlieb, a homemaker and Army wife originally from Hillsdale, New Jersey Season 26 player (2010-07-20).
Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey 2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1 winner: $25,000. 1990 Super...
Ricky Kreitner, a student of philosophy from Wayne, New Jersey Season 27 player (2010-10-29).
Erik Greb, a medical magazine editor from Somerset, New Jersey Season 29 player (2012-10-25).
Anne Fierro, an attorney from Fort Lee, New Jersey Season 29 player (2012-10-29).
Ellen Eichner, a junior from the Ohio State University from Northbrook, Illinois 2010-B College Championship semifinalist: $10,000 + a Nintendo Wii + the...
Kate Reilly, a white-collar criminal defense attorney from Ridgewood, New Jersey Season 27 player (2010-12-02).
Tim Klein, a public school technology specialist from Flemington, New Jersey Season 27 player (2010-12-16).
Danni Steiner, a sales marketing consultant from Washington Borough, New Jersey Season 27 player (2010-12-21).
Joe Mastroeni, a mutual funds analyst from Colt's Neck, New Jersey Season 27 player (2011-03-08). Last name pronounced like "mass-STRO-nee".
Maryann Price, a homemaker from Convent Station, New Jersey Season 9 player (1993-06-17).
Mary McGlynn, an English professor from Maplewood, New Jersey Season 27 player (2011-03-11).
Denise O'Connor, a health care attorney from Oak Ridge, New Jersey Season 27 1-time champion: $31,700 + $1,000.
Joyce Newmark, a rabbi from Teaneck, New Jersey Season 27 1-time champion: $29,200 + $2,000. Joyce died 2021-10-25 at...
James Ma, a securities analyst from Bridgewater, New Jersey Season 27 player (2011-05-25).
Kate Sparich, a project manager from West Deptford, New Jersey Season 27 player (2011-06-22).
Graham Doskoch, a twelve-year-old from Berkeley Heights, New Jersey "He wants to put his love of design and building to...
Jessica Burr, a book editor from Bloomfield, New Jersey Season 28 player (2011-09-23). Jeopardy! Message Board user name: jbillygirl
Bob Smith, an engineer from Kinnelon, New Jersey Season 8 1-time champion: $9,000 + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary computer game.
Linda Kissling, an educational media specialist from Cape May, New Jersey Season 9 2-time champion: $13,200.
Jay Peterson, an English professor from Howell, New Jersey Season 28 1-time champion: $25,201 + $1,000.
Francisco Maldonado-Ramirez, a legislative aide from Highland Park, New Jersey Season 28 player (2011-10-24).
Ann Thurlow, an aspiring novelist and retired salesperson from Mendham, New Jersey Season 28 1-time champion: $26,805 + $1,000.
Jason Keller, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey 2013 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 28 9-time champion: $213,900 + $2,000.
Jaldhar Vyas, a software developer and Hindu priest from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 28 player (2012-01-04). Last name pronounced like "VYAS" (in 1...
Brandon Libby, an actor and Phillie Phanstormer from Mount Ephraim, New Jersey Season 28 2-time champion: $31,600 + $1,000.
John Baker, a graphic artist from Vineland, New Jersey Season 13 player (1996-09-20).
Trish Little-Taylor, a librarian from West Long Branch, New Jersey Season 13 player (1996-09-20).
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...
John Cassidy, an accountant from Spring Lake, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-09-06).
Bill Pitassy, a labor attorney from Cranford, New Jersey Season 11 5-time champion: $72,702.
Ryan Griffin, an 11-year-old from Waldwick, New Jersey "We're sure he'll do swimmingly as an aquatic biologist. From Waldwick,...
Lori Hohenleitner, an executive director for a nonprofit from Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey Season 28 player (2012-07-26).
Craig Chern, an assistant principal from Wall Township, New Jersey Season 29 player (2012-10-10).
Abby O'Reilly, a teacher's aide and tutor from Clifton, New Jersey Season 29 player (2012-10-19). JBoard user name: abioreilly
Deepa Zavatsky, an attorney from Princeton, New Jersey Season 29 player (2012-10-24). JBoard user name: dzavatsky
Todd Federman, a professor and education consultant from Livingston, New Jersey Season 29 player (2012-11-28). Father of 2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games...
Jennifer North, an attorney from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 29 1-time champion: $9,200 + $1,000.
Andrew Schwerin, a law student from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-01-01).
Matt Ruprecht, an actuary from Hamilton, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-01-08).
Jason Keller, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey 2013 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 28 9-time champion: $213,900 + $2,000.
Ed Gardner, a reference librarian from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 3 player (1987-03-23).
Mike Munley, a digital analyst from Kearny, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-03-08).
Ann Hutcheson, a librarian from Colts Neck, New Jersey Season 10 player (1993-11-02).
David Czapka, a background investigator from Wayne, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-03-13). Last name pronounced like "CHAHP-ka".
Marc Goldberg, an anesthesiologist from Cinnaminson, New Jersey Season 7 4-time champion: $16,301 + NES with Jeopardy!, Wheel of...
Jeff Weber, an online book sales director from Ridgewood, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-03-20).
Patrick McGeehan, a journalist from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 12 2-time champion: $10,000 + Jeopardy! '92 home game.
Mel Milner, a sales representative from Marlton, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-01-20).
Anne Ellis, a managing editor originally from Madison, New Jersey Season 9 3-time champion: $21,900 + the Jeopardy! '92 home game...
Cindy Cullen, a graduate student originally from Clark, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-09-07).
Tara Curcio, a technical project manager from Medford, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-04-03).
Ellen Miele, a tutor from Voorhees, New Jersey Season 9 1-time champion: $9,200.
Greg Haroutunian, a law clerk from Montvale, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-04-10). Greg's full first name was listed on...
Mary Ann McIntyre, an information technology consultant from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-06-13).
Michael McRee, an engineer from Phillipsburg, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-12-13).
Michael Kunes, a furniture manufacturer originally from Princeton, New Jersey Season 13 player (1997-01-08).
David Enslee, a baseball card proofreader from Avenel, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-04-30).
Joe Menduni, a sales representative from Cliffside Park, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-09-14).
David Javerbaum, a junior from Maplewood, New Jersey 1998 Teen Reunion Tournament 1st runner-up: $15,000. 1988 Teen Tournament 1st...
Nate Mull, a graduate student of political science from East Brunswick, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-05-21).
Liz Belthoff, a homemaker and mom from Oradell, New Jersey Season 29 player (2013-06-10). Last name pronounced like "BELT-hoff".
Fran La Bruto, a chiropractor from Bayonne, New Jersey Season 3 1-time co-champion: $5,800. Alex called him Francesco several times....
Judy Pinder, a teacher from Fair Lawn, New Jersey Season 11 player (1994-12-22).
Sue Gouldley, an underwriter from Somers Point, New Jersey Season 3 player (1987-06-12).
Leif Torkelsen, a financial analyst originally from Princeton, New Jersey Season 9 player (1993-06-22).
Kerri McCoy, a pediatric emergency-room nurse from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 29 1-time champion: $10,600 + $1,000.
Bill Puskas, a lawyer from Somerset, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-05-24).
Archie Parker, a data management specialist from Merchantville, New Jersey Season 7 2-time champion: $24,500.
Tova Meyer, a graduate student in education from Princeton, New Jersey Season 30 player (2013-09-17).
Korin Kormick, an opera singer from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 30 player (2013-10-17). First name pronounced with the accent on...
Terry O'Shea, a sophomore at Princeton University from Bridgewater, New Jersey 2014 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. 2014 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Pam Mueller, a graduate student in psychology from Princeton, New Jersey "She was a student at Loyola University when she won the...
Vijay Balse, a chemical engineer consulting in renewable energy from Chatham, New Jersey "He is a chemical engineer who won the 2010 Tournament of...
Elissa Burr, a children's book author originally from Annandale, New Jersey Season 30 player (2014-05-02). First name prounced like "eh-LEASE-ah".
Sirena Terr, a business lawyer and consultant from Livingston, New Jersey Season 30 player (2014-05-21). Name pronounced like "suh-REEN-uh TARE".
David Javerbaum, a junior from Maplewood, New Jersey 1988 Teen Tournament second runner-up: $21,400. Referred to as "David" for...
Linda DeBrango, an attorney from North Arlington, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-11-23)
Vince Balzano, a production company associate originally from Summit, New Jersey Season 30 player (2014-06-06).
Kathy Haas, a museum curator from Haddonfield, New Jersey Season 30 player (2014-06-06).
Michele Consoli, a social worker from Clifton, New Jersey Season 30 player (2014-06-23).
Ben Zimmer, a linguist and language columnist from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 30 player (2014-06-30).
John McAuliffe, an account executive from Verona, New Jersey Season 9 player (1993-04-08).
Jeff Xie, a junior from Edison, New Jersey 2014 Teen Tournament winner (semifinalist by wildcard): $75,000. 17 at the...
Bill Westerman, a folklorist from Woodstown, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-03-27).
Alan Weiss, a consultant originally from New Jersey Season 4 player (1988-04-18). Johnny Gilbert did not announce a city...
Chrissy Adams, a teacher and stay-at-home mom from Montclair, New Jersey Season 20 player (2003-10-27).
Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey 2014 Battle of the Decades quarterfinalist: $10,000. 2005 Ultimate Tournament of...
Tom Underwood, an attorney from Haddon Heights, New Jersey Season 20 player (2003-12-22).
Erica Hersh, a health communications writer originally from South Orange, New Jersey Season 31 player (2014-09-17).
Steve Stone, a business manager from North Wildwood, New Jersey Season 20 player (2003-09-30).
Alison Haertjens, a human resources system specialist originally from Readington, New Jersey Season 20 player (2003-10-07).
Joan Kurland, a musician originally from River Edge, New Jersey Season 4 player (1988-01-26).
Terry O'Shea, a junior at Princeton University from Bridgewater, New Jersey 2014 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. 2014 College Championship winner: $100,000...
Marcia Kuipers, an information systems analyst from Wayne, New Jersey Season 31 player (2014-12-30). Last name pronounced like "KYE-pers". No Hometown...
Tim Lane, a financial services executive from Montvale, New Jersey Season 31 player (2015-01-19).
Maggie Schreiter, an artist and stay-at-home mom from Ewing, New Jersey Season 31 player (2015-01-22).
Jason Rindenau, a senior from Marlboro, New Jersey 2004 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $2,500
Tom Neven, an editor from Wayne, New Jersey Season 6 1-time champion: $12,601 + either the Jeopardy! box game...
Alvin Chin, a tutor from Highland Park, New Jersey Season 31 1-time champion: $32,100 + $1,000.
Travis Miscia, an attorney from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 31 player (2015-04-08). Last name pronounced like "MISH-ah".
Liz Rapelye, a mother and writer from South Plainsfield, New Jersey Season 31 player (2015-05-19).
Dan Feitel, an attorney originally from Gillette, New Jersey 2015 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 5-time champion:...
Jonathan Brandt, an actor originally from Stirling, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-04-15). Jonathan's last name, occupation and hometown come...
Kelly Wiessner, originally from Fanwood, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-04-15). Kelly's occupation is unknown and her town...
Jo-Ann Raines, an associate director from South Orange, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-01-16).
Gordon Brown, a retail executive from Roselle, New Jersey Season 4 player (1988-04-08). Not to be confused with Season 11...
Curt Kronish, a systems administrator from Dover, New Jersey Season 10 player (1993-10-06).
Robert Baker, a pediatrician from Atlantic City, New Jersey Season 6 1-time champion: $15,600.
Den Golden, an advertising executive from Vernon, New Jersey Season 4 player (1987-09-11). It is unclear whether this is the...
Bob Mette, a family doctor originally from Cranford, New Jersey Season 1 player (1985-01-03).
Talia Lavin, a fact checker originally from Teaneck, New Jersey Season 32 player (2015-09-16).
Jon Olson, a contract manager from Chatham, New Jersey Season 10 player (1994-01-11).
Dan Feitel, an attorney originally from Gillette, New Jersey 2015 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Season 31 5-time champion: $127,998) + $1,000.
Andrea Lehman, a freelance editor from Trenton, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-05-23).
Nancy Janow, a cooking instructor from Sotuh Orange, New Jersey Season 6 player (1989-11-28).
Pat Curry, a homemaker from Irvington, New Jersey Season 6 player (1989-11-30).
Charlene Lee, a journalist from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 32 player (2016-01-04).
Len Mucci, an investment associate originally from Washington Township, New Jersey Season 32 player (2016-01-13).
June Vester, a homemaker from Titusville, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-09-07).
Dan Goldman, a legal editor from Madison, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-04-03).
Barbara Elem, a 3rd grade teacher from East Brunswick, New Jersey Season 10 player (1993-09-22).
Christian Maher, a fishmonger from Sea Isle City, New Jersey Season 32 player (2016-04-13). Not to be confused with Season 20...
Stephanie Hunt, a graduate student from Highland Park, New Jersey Season 32 player (2016-04-26).
Chuck Geneslaw, a pediatrician from Toms River, New Jersey Season 10 player (1993-09-23).
Jason Sterlacci, a 6th grade English teacher from Somerset, New Jersey 2017 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. 2016 Teachers Tournament winner: $100,000...
Greg Greenzweig, a high school art teacher from Pennsville, New Jersey 2016 Teachers Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000 + a $2,500 education grant to...
Liz Haigney Lynch, a freelance writer and genealogist from Montclair, New Jersey Season 32 2-time champion: $49,600 + $1,000. The "G" in Liz's...
Bob Porowski, a data processing manager from East Brunswick, New Jersey Season 8 player (1991-09-02).
Christie O'Shaughnessy, a math and science educator from Princeton, New Jersey Season 32 1-time champion: $14,401 + $2,000.
Elliot Shteir, an attorney from Somerville, New Jersey 1995-A Seniors Tournament 1st runner-up: $10,000. Dr. Elliot Shteir won $8,230...
Linda Dragas, a freelance journalist from North Bergen, New Jersey Season 3 player (1987-06-19).
Debbie Ordas, an office manager from Maplewood, New Jersey Season 3 player (1987-06-29).
Roberta Hyman, a manufacturer from Atlantic City, New Jersey Season 10 player (1993-09-29).
Steve Greenfogel, an attorney from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 8 player (1991-11-26).
Chris Keller, a data processing consultant from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 11 player (1994-09-20).
David Gottdenker, a technology consulting manager from Marlboro, New Jersey Season 33 player (2016-09-12).
Joe Schneider, a senior index editor from Old Bridge, New Jersey Season 33 player (2016-10-04).
Emily LaMonica, a senior from Sayreville, New Jersey 2016 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $10,000.
Garrett Levenbrook, a food executive from Montclair, New Jersey Season 33 player (2016-12-13).
Yi Deng, a subrights assistant from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 33 player (2016-12-05).
Wendi Rottweiler, a librarian from South Brunswick, New Jersey Season 33 player (2016-12-07).
Mukund Marathe, a music teacher and singer from Montclair, New Jersey Season 33 2-time champion: $31,799 + $2,000. Mukund wore a Doctor...
Frank Patrick, an industrial engineer from Hillsborough, New Jersey Season 11 player (1994-12-19).
Mary Caruso, a registered nurse from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-01-16).
Netanel Paley, a senior at Yeshiva University from Teaneck, New Jersey 2017 College Championship wildcard semifinalist: $10,000. Name pronounced like "neh-TAHN-ul PAH-lee".
Matt DiBiase, an archive technician from Delran, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-03-12).
Pete Butch, a patent attorney from Glen Gardner, New Jersey Season 13 player (1996-09-17).
Andy McKay, a technical editor from Brielle, New Jersey Season 13 player (1996-10-21).
John Newton, an attorney originally from Bergenfield, New Jersey Season 11 player (1994-12-21).
Virginia Dietrich, an attorney from Trenton, New Jersey Season 11 1-time champion: $21,900.
Aaron Benor, an online sales director from Rutherford, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-03-31).
Elspeth Green, a graduate student from Princeton, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-04-14).
Diana Ascher, a finance system manager from Englewood, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-04-19).
Matt Cohen, an electrical engineer from Weehawken, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-05-01).
Chris Burke, a social studies teacher from Toms River, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-05-02).
Mackenzie Vogt, a systems analyst from Point Pleasant, New Jersey Season 33 1-time champion: $12,600 + $2,000.
Kerry Benn, a legal news editor from Springfield, New Jersey Season 33 1-time champion: $14,000 + $1,000.
Russ Nixon, a technical consultant from New Jersey Season 5 player (1989-03-22).
Rhea Levine, an anatomy professor from Haddonfield, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-01-21).
Judi Owens, an elementary school administrator from Bricktown, New Jersey Season 4 player (1987-10-14).
Maria Lasalvia-Seliga, a teacher from Metuchen, New Jersey Season 3 player (1986-12-16): a Speed Queen washer & dryer.
Fern Potvin, a publishing executive from Teaneck, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-05-29).
Darcy Shapiro, an evolutionary anthropologist from Princeton, New Jersey Season 33 player (2017-07-18).
Andrew Clyne, a lawyer and legal recruiter from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-09-11).
Diane Esemplare, an engineer from Riverdale, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-09-21).
Kristina Witzling, a market researcher from Flemington, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-10-24).
Phil Kohn, a retired engineer from Colonia, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-10-26). JBoard user name: PhilKohn
Fran Oney, a retired chemist originally from Newark, New Jersey Season 3 player (1987-01-07).
Jason Sterlacci, a fourth grade teacher from Somerset, New Jersey 2017 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. 2016 Teachers Tournament winner: $100,000...
Mark Kristal, a professor originally from Paterson, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-11-24): a Flexsteel sofa.
Susan Hodges, a writer from Palmyra, New Jersey Season 9 1-time champion: $10,301.
Liz Schultz, a retired project analyst from Manchester, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-11-23).
Shawn Adler, a high school English teacher from Hackensack, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-11-29).
Rachel Schemmel, a teacher from Ridgewood, New Jersey Season 34 player (2017-12-13).
Kate O'Connor, an insurance salesperson from Florence, New Jersey Season 34 3-time champion: $61,800 + $1,000.
Sean Sullivan, a financial adviser from Verona, New Jersey Season 34 1-time champion: $15,000 + $2,000.
Gilbert Collins, a university administrator from Princeton, New Jersey 2019 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 34 5-time champion: $84,201 + $2,000.
Alex Schindele, an investment analyst from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 34 player (2018-01-23).
Sean Udicious, an expeditor from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 34 2-time champion: $30,799 + $2,000. JBoard user name: Udish94
Paul Mitchell Kelleher, a physician from Millington, New Jersey Season 34 player (2018-02-27).
Gianna Durso-Finley, an executive director of an educational foundation from Lawrenceville, New Jersey Season 34 player (2018-02-16).
Virginia Parrish, a teacher from Glassboro, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-11-27): Corning cookware.
Liz McCarthy, a communications executive from South Orange, New Jersey Season 34 player (2018-03-08).
Kristin Robbins, an attorney from Red Bank, New Jersey Season 34 2-time champion: $44,994 + $2,000.
Rebecca Rosenthal, a sophomore at Swarthmore College from Ridgewood, New Jersey 2018 College Championship semifinalist: $10,000.
Harry Kioko, a senior at the University of Chicago from Princeton, New Jersey 2018 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Jen Regan, a travel marketer from North Bergen, New Jersey Season 34 1-time champion: $14,780 + $2,000.
Judy Tymkiw, an 8th grade English teacher from Fortescue, New Jersey 2018 Teachers Tournament semifinalist: $10,000 + a $2,500 grant. At the...
Christina Wilber, a bartender from South Seaside Park, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-01-26).
Amy Cuzzolino, an attorney from Bloomfield, New Jersey Season 34 player (2018-05-30).
Tony Amato, an operations manager from North Arlington, New Jersey Season 5 player (1988-10-25).
Mary Leland, a computer scientist from Berkeley Heights, New Jersey Season 5 player (1988-10-26).
Steve Salinger, a writer from Warren, New Jersey Season 11 player (1995-02-20).
Joyce Patterson, a homemaker from Hackettstown, New Jersey Season 6 player (1990-07-03).
Keith Chun, an actuary from Parsippany, New Jersey Season 3 1-time champion: $12,801.
Monica Couch, a pastry chef from Egg Harbor City, New Jersey Season 35 player (2018-09-12).
Christine O'Donnell, a philanthropic advisor from Elmwood Park, New Jersey Season 35 player (2018-09-17).
Jonathan Lau, an actuarial consultant from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 35 player (2018-09-19).
Dave Janka, a photographer from Moorestown, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-03-27).
Kian Barry, a high school history teacher from Hopewell, New Jersey Season 35 player (2018-10-04).
Mike Jenkins, an environmental consultant from Ewing, New Jersey Season 35 player (2018-10-22).
Dan Oxman, a senior from South Orange, New Jersey 2018 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. Dan attended Columbia High School in...
Rhea Sinha, a senior from Chatham, New Jersey 2018 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000. Rhea attended Chatham High School in...
David Madden, an academic competition director from Ridgewood, New Jersey • 19-game champion • 3rd longest winning streak 2019 All-Star Games...
Conor Murphy, a graduate student from Thorofare, New Jersey Season 35 1-time champion: $9,600 + $2,000.
Brad Stylman, a health safety professional from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 35 player (2019-03-15).
Jason Mangano, a freelance writer from Fords, New Jersey Season 35 player (2019-05-21).
David Simon, a senior at Jonathan Dayton High School from Mountainside, New Jersey 1987 Teen Tournament semfinalist: $5,000.
Jonathan Greenstein, a high school social studies teacher from Mount Laurel, New Jersey Season 35 player (2019-06-05).
Andrew Martin, a student originally from Freehold, New Jersey Season 5 player (1988-11-04).
Sreekar Madabushi, a junior from Basking Ridge, New Jersey 2019 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $5,000.
Dom Muoio, an Italian teacher from New Providence, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-01-15).
Ted Buyniski, a human resources consultant from Chester, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-04-16).
George Fries, a civil engineer from Hamilton, New Jersey Season 11 player (1994-10-17): Lane Venture wicker furniture.
Eileen Lynch, a project manager from West Windsor, New Jersey Season 11 1-time champion: $10,500 + a trip for 2 to Mexico City and Zihuatanejo.
Peter Friedman, a senior from Marlboro, New Jersey 1996 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Scott Hoffman, a junior from Holmdel, New Jersey 1990 Teen Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Cristina Somolinos, a forensic scientist from Bordentown, New Jersey Season 35 player (2019-07-22).
Frank Augello, a biomedical engineer from Cedar Knolls, New Jersey Season 36 player (2019-09-11).
Vernon Jones, a data processor from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 5 player (1988-09-05).
John Hancock, an opera singer from Tenafly, New Jersey Season 36 player (2019-10-16).
Dave Bein, a culinary director from Westwood, New Jersey Season 36 player (2019-10-30).
Gilbert Collins, a university administrator from Princeton, New Jersey 2019 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 34 5-time champion: $84,201 + $2,000.
Elise Nussbaum, a financial counselor from Jersey City, New Jersey Season 36 3-time champion: $79,600 + 1,000.
Katie Kunamneni, a physician from Holmdel, New Jersey Season 36 player (2019-12-06).
Claire Marinello-Fisher, an ESL professor from Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey Season 36 player (2019-12-20).
Kristin Butz, a singer from Hoboken, New Jersey Season 36 player (2019-12-25).
Cherisa Burk, a retired I.T. specialist from Haledon, New Jersey Season 36 player (2020-02-06).
David Pelovitz, a Ph.D. candidate originally from Princeton, New Jersey Season 9 player (1992-10-06).
Sid Katz, a retired school psychologist from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Season 36 1-time champion: $25,874 + $2,000.
Mina Le, an ear, nose and throat surgeon from Montclair, New Jersey Season 36 player (2020-04-28).
Don Fraser Jr., an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey Season 8 player (1991-10-16).
Gail Waterman, originally from Newfield, New Jersey Season 4 player (1987-09-09). The player information comes from the chat...
Bob Helfrich, a clergyman from Sayreville, New Jersey Season 10 player (1994-03-14).
Jason Colby, a junior from Clifton, New Jersey 1992 Teen Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Bart Thomas, a marine art dealer from Bridgewater, New Jersey 1994 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000. 1994 Senior Tournament champion: $25,000.
Scott Rand, a podiatrist from Marlton, New Jersey Season 7 1-time champion: $10,601
Michael Carroll, a lawyer from Morristown, New Jersey Season 7 player (1991-04-03).
Bill Holzapfel, a sales representative from Montclair, New Jersey Season 7 1-time champion: $9,401.
Stephanie Perry, an office manager from Margate, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-05-25).
Donna Crane, a sales representative originally from Elizabeth, New Jersey Season 11 player (1995-01-03).
Florence Cannizzo, a retired school principal from Clifton, New Jersey 1991 Seniors Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Hugh Mulvaney, a technical writer from Plainfield, New Jersey 1992 Seniors Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Ann McGahran, a nanny from Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey 1994 Seniors Tournament quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Steve Paquette, a weapons designer from Glen Gardner, New Jersey 1995-A Seniors Tournament semifinalist: $5,000.
Rick Brown, a video tape editor and videographer from South Toms River, New Jersey Season 11 2-time champion: $26,801.
Sheryl Read, an accounting student from Cinnaminson, New Jersey Season 15 player (1998-10-07).
Kevin Walsh, a story analyst originally from Williamstown, New Jersey 2021 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 37 5-time champion: $111,301 + $2,000.
Daniella Regencia, an attorney originally from Westfield, New Jersey Season 37 player (2020-11-11).
John Bussard, a Marine aviator originally from Ringoes, New Jersey Season 37 1-time champion: $26,200 + $2,000.
Barbara Szyszkiewicz, a homemaker from Willingboro, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-10-31).
Elliott Kalan, a writer originally from Millburn, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-01-25). Elliott said his grandmother, Barbara Pershell, appeared...
Jan Jarvies, an actuarial analyst from Clementon, New Jersey Season 8 player (1992-04-24).
Tiffany Seitler, a finance manager originally from Garfield, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-02-10).
Joe Satran, a writer originally from Montclair, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-02-16).
Alan Johnson, a software engineering manager from Metuchen, New Jersey Season 37 1-time champion: $14,800 + $2,000.
Marisa Blackburn, a senior staffing services associate originally from Short Hills, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-02-25).
Amy Rey, a market researcher from Lawrenceville, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-04-07). JBoard user name: DisneyFor2000Alex
Andy Goldstein, a customer support manager originally from Teaneck, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-04-30).
Kevin Walsh, a story analyst originally from Williamstown, New Jersey 2021 Tournament of Champions semifinalist: $10,000. Season 37 5-time champion: $111,301 + $2,000.
Wendy Keebler, a book manuscript editor from Oakland, New Jersey Season 3 player (1987-02-05).
Nikkee Porcaro, an educational consultant and tutor originally from Lebanon, New Jersey Season 37 player (2021-06-25).
Kathy Morrill, an art teacher from Glen Rock, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-11-02).
Burt Sueskind, an attorney and consultant from Hamilton Square, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-12-14).
Lora McQueen, a customer service representative from Jackson, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-12-14).
Bill Moore, an innkeeper from Clifton, New Jersey Season 12 player (1995-12-15). Not to be confused with Season 24...
Will Lampe, a printing salesman from Englewood, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-01-09). Last name pronounced like "LAMP".
Gregg Lange, a management consultant from Montclair, New Jersey Season 12 player (1996-02-06).
Guhan Venkatesan, an undergrad student and EMT from New Providence, New Jersey Season 38 player (2021-09-23).
Anthony Christopher-Smith, a social worker from Newark, New Jersey Season 38 player (2021-10-05).
Nancy Edelman, a high school English teacher from Teaneck, New Jersey Season 38 player (2021-11-25).
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