Doing well (or even getting on) Jeopardy! requires knowing a lot of random trivia. Let's see how you do:
What is Frozen?
Lee is also the first female director of a Walt Disney Animation Studios feature film. Yep, she's pretty much a badass.
What is China?
The most populous country in the world fittingly has the largest standing army, which currently numbers at a whopping 2,333,000 service members.
Who is William Howard Taft?
After he got dislodged from his bathtub, Taft went on to serve as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court for nine years!
Who is Falstaff?
The buffoonish character appeared in Henry IV, Part 1 and Part 2 and The Merry Wives of Windsor.
What is Beauty and the Beast of Burden?
Before & After is the most common Jeopardy! category, according to Tableau Public.
Who is Beethoven?
Believe it or not, he really did only write one opera. What a failure.
Who is Jane Austen?
Who is Tycho Brahe?
If a Jeopardy! clue mentions a Danish astronomer, the answer is almost always Brahe. This is known as a Pavlov in Jeopardy! parlance, and there are many of them.
What is Luxembourg?
Another Pavlov! The words "European duchy" always mean Luxembourg.
What is Madison, Wisconsin?
Jeopardy! loves asking about state capitals, and so does this quiz.
What is shampoo?
Word origins is an incredibly common Jeopardy! category. Study up!
Who are the Etruscans?
"Those Darn Etruscans" is a classic category and clue, and it usually gets a good laugh out of everyone.
What is J?
Every other letter of the alphabet appears on the periodic table, except J. Poor J.
What is a bulldog?
Colleges and universities (and sports!) are incredibly common Jeopardy! categories. Anyway, Yale still uses a real bulldog at its games!
Who are The Beatles?
The Quarrymen doesn't have quite the same ring to it, does it?
What is Ann Arbor?
Ann Arbor was founded in 1824 by land speculators John Allen and Elisha Walker Rumsey, who named it for their wives, both named Ann, and for the stands of Bur Oak in the 640 acres of land they purchased for $800 from the federal government. What a steal!
Only A True Genius Will Ace This "Jeopardy"-Style Quiz
You're smart, for sure, but you've got a little studying to do before you become a true Jeopardy! master.
You're pretty good at this trivia stuff! Good enough, we bet, to even win an episode. Keep on learnin' and you might become the next Ken Jennings!
You know your shit, and you could own a couple episodes of the show! Keep on keepin' on, you smartypants, you.
Ken Jennings, is that you?! Not only are you brilliant (and a wagering whiz), but you also get all the cult-like inside jokes of the show. Bravo!