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Final Jeopardy: 20th Century Arts

The Final Jeopardy question (12/5/2013), in the category “20th Century Arts” was: Pretending to be a tree is an exercise in a key textbook in this system that spread from...

Final Jeopardy: Asia

The Final Jeopardy question (12/4/2013), in the category “Asia” was: Consisting of a peninsula and 2 islands, it was the longest-lasting European colony in Asia: 442 years. New champ Carlos...

Final Jeopardy: The Internet

The Final Jeopardy question (12/3/2013), in the category “The Internet” was: The inventor of this image format said the OED wrongly has 2 pronunciations of it — the right one...

Final Jeopardy: Pop Groups

The Final Jeopardy question (12/2/2013), in the category “Pop Groups” was: In 2012, 22 years after their first album, they released a new one that includes “Good Vibrations” & “Monday...

Final Jeopardy: 20th Century Names

The Final Jeopardy question (11/28/2013), in the category “20th Century Names” was: In 1942 Winston Churchill said “I can handle this peasant”; historians aren’t sure things turned out that way....

Final Jeopardy: Government Programs

The Final Jeopardy question (11/27/2013), in the category “Government Programs” was: Over 8,000 people have been saved from harm by this program authorized in a 1970 law, but we’re not...

Final Jeopardy: Authors

The Final Jeopardy question (11/26/2013), in the category “Authors” was: An international airport in Jamaica is named for this author who set many of his stories of the 1950s and...

Final Jeopardy: Nobel Laureates

The Final Jeopardy question (11/25/2013), in the category “Nobel Laureates” was: The 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner from this country was under arrest at the time of the award. 4-day...

Final Jeopardy: Country Names

The Final Jeopardy question (11/22/2013), in the category “Country Names” was: In England in 1933, Choudhry Rahmat Ali coined this name, a country that wouldn’t be formed until 14 years...