Tagged: jeopardy


Final Jeopardy: Agriculture

The Final Jeopardy question (3/26/2014), in the category “Agriculture” was: Prunus dulcis, this snack high in calcium & vitamin E is native to the Mideast, but 80% of the world...

Final Jeopardy: Medical Etymology

The Final Jeopardy question (3/25/2014), in the category “Medical Etymology” was: Because of where in the body it is produced, this hormone’s name comes from the Latin for “Island.” New...

Final Jeopardy: Historical Nicknames

The Final Jeopardy question (3/24/2014), in the category “Historical Nicknames” was: Nickname shared by George Armstrong Custer, Native American Chief Crazy Horse and a member of a 1930s comedy team....

Final Jeopardy: Current Reality TV

The Final Jeopardy question (3/21/2014), in the category “Current Reality TV” was: On learning what his series would be called, the star of this reality show said: “That sounds like...

Final Jeopardy: Other Political Parties

The Final Jeopardy question (3/20/2014), in the category “Other Political Parties” was: In 1908 this animal appropriately became the mascot of the Prohibition Party. New champ Gabor Revy won $24,801...

Final Jeopardy: The Music Industry

The Final Jeopardy question (3/19/2014), in the category “The Music Industry” was: She beat out newcomers like Bieber & Gaga to top Forbes’ list of the highest-paid people in music...

Final Jeopardy: British Authors

The Final Jeopardy question (3/14/2014), in the category “British Authors” was: The author of more than 50 books, he won 6 Hugo Awards & was nominated for a 1968 Oscar....

Final Jeopardy: Bodies of Water

The Final Jeopardy question (3/17/2014), in the category “Bodies of Water” was: More than 1/5 of all the world’s people live in countries bordering this, the world’s biggest bay. New...