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Jun 25, 2020

Stephen King Answered All 21 Of These Questions Right On “Jeopardy!” – Can You?

Stephen King has a lot of random knowledge.

  1. BIRD TV, $100

    It's Big Bird's boulevard

  2. CASTLE, $200

    A famous castle in Anaheim's Disneyland is named for this celebrated snoozer

  3. FOOD, $600

    Order fried calamari in a restaurant & you'll get this seafood

  4. FICTIONAL CHARACTERS, $300

    This Bronte heroine uses the pseudonym Jane Elliott after she flees from Mr. Rochester

  5. FICTIONAL CHARACTERS, $400

    This detective was modeled in part on Dr. Joseph Bell, one of Arthur Conan Doyle's teachers

  6. FOOD, $400

    This sauce that tops Eggs Benedict is also good on artichokes

  7. THE BIBLE, $400

    During the second plague these amphibians came out of the water

  8. GENERAL SCIENCE, $200

    Deoxyribonucleic acid, the genetic material of all cells is better known by this abbreviation

  9. "DAY" AND "NIGHT"!, $200

    When this begins in April, remember to "spring forward"

  10. "DAY" AND "NIGHT"!, $1000

    Make the most of this clue & tell us the literal translation of "carpe diem"

  11. PRIVATE PARTS, $200

    No beans about it, this pair of organs helps maintain blood pressure & wash away waste

  12. CASTLE, $400

    When you daydream, you're said to build "castles in" this

  13. STATES OF THE UNION, $100

    Trekking through the River of No Return Wilderness Area in this state will turn "Boise" to men

  14. 'BRAIN' SURGERY, $500

    This Superman foe is really Vril Dox from the planet Colu

  15. U.S. PRESIDENTS, $200

    On July 4, 1798 he became the only former president named commander-in-chief of American forces

  16. PINPOINTS ON THE MAP, $600

    Once a whaling center, Edgartown is now a resort area on this Massachusetts island

  17. U.S. PRESIDENTS, $2000

    With Republicans split between Taft & Teddy Roosevelt, this Democrat was elected president in 1912

  18. ROCK, $1000

    Ironically, Tina Turner's first solo hit in 1984 was a remake of this Al Green hit

  19. PINPOINTS ON THE MAP, $800

    Utica in this state chose its name in 1798 by drawing it out of a hat

  20. STATES OF THE UNION, $500

    This state sits on the east side of the Bering Strait

  21. BUSINESS AND LITERATURE, FINAL JEOPARDY

    On March 24, 1994 this store held a breakfast to announce the new Truman Capote Literary Trust

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