Spoiler Talk: CotD (Mon)
Here’s Monday’s peek at the NY Times Clue of the Day BEFORE the game airs. This clue may be today’s Final Jeopardy! and you can make a prediction on how many players will get this right and/or leave a hint on the right answer.
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10 clues, same topic– chocolate. One’s about that good stuff itself and the other is about quotes.
CHOCOLATEY QUOTES 1/29/1999
$100: This song begins “Who can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew, cover it in chocolate and a miracle or two?”
$200: Sonny the breakfast cereal spokes-bird is associated with this crazy chocolatey slogan
$300: Langston Hughes described this area of NYC as a melting pot “of honey and chocolate and caramel and rum”
$400: Teddy Roosevelt served as this man’s VP & said that he had “No more backbone than a chocolate eclair”
$500: His play “Arms And The Man” includes the line “Oh, you are a very poor soldier: a chocolate cream soldier!” show
CHOCOLATE – 1/12/1989
$100: The tree from which chocolate is derived grows only within 20 degrees of this line
$200: Neiman Marcus once offered a version of this Parker Bros. game made of chocolate
$300: A top-ten selling candy in the U.S., Nestle introduced this rice-filled bar in 1937
$400: When chocolate is exposed to sunlight or heat, this rises to the surface, leaving a gray film
$500: Campbell Soup owns both the American & Belgian divisions of this expensive “chocolatier” show
Today’s Quote: To err is human, but it feels divine. ~ Mae West