Featured J!Buzz Clues & Categories 12.23.2022 13 New Year’s Clues From the Jeopardy! Vault to Ring in 2023 The countdown is on! 2023 is almost here and there’s no better way to wrap up the year than by keeping your mind sharp. So, break out the bubbly or sparkling cider (or both!) and test your New Year’s knowledge with these clues from the archives. *Quiz Rules: Respondents do not have to answer in the form of a question. Moderate spelling errors will receive consideration. No prizes, but big-time bragging rights.* NEW YEAR'S ROCKIN' EVE This beloved TV personality hosted New Year's Rockin' Eve across 5 decades, beginning in the 1970s "Let me wish you Happy New Year, fellas. And you think it's wild out there, it's beginning to pour here in Times Square." Submit NEW YEAR'S ROCKIN' EVE He has been hosting the live show from Times Square for more than 15 years "The clock is ticking off the minutes to the new year. New York is getting ready!" Submit NEW YEAR'S ROCKIN' EVE For 2002 she helped "Get The Party Started" with her hit of the same name "I'm comin' up so you better get this party started / I'm comin' up, I'm comin'..." Submit NEW YEAR'S ROCKIN' EVE A highlight of New Year's Rockin' Eve 2010 was her "Let's Get Loud" "Let's get loud / Let's get loud / Ain't nobody gotta tell ya / What you gotta do..." Submit ENTERTAINMENT Every New Year's Day, this rhyming cable channel airs its "Twilight Zone" marathon Submit 1985 IN ENTERTAINMENT An alternative to MTV for the more mature viewer, it launched on New Year's Day with Marvin Gaye singing the national anthem Submit A SHORT CATEGORY Shortbread is traditionally eaten during Hogmanay, this U.K. country's New Year's Eve Submit FOOD & DRINK This hearty, spicy tripe soup has been touted as a hangover cure & is popular in Mexico on New Year's morning Submit A NEW YEAR'S BABY Turns out New Year's Day in 1752 was a precursor of Flag Day due to her birth in Pennsylvania Submit A NEW YEAR'S BABY AuH2O began to flow on Jan. 1, 1909 when this politician was born in Arizona Submit A NEW YEAR'S BABY Nothing phony about it--this author was a 1919 New Year's New York baby Submit A LITERARY NEW YEAR A pregnant Mrs. Woodhouse attends a strange New Year's Eve party in this devilish book by Ira Levin Submit A LITERARY NEW YEAR This character's January 1 diary entry counts Bloody Marys as food ("as contain Worcester sauce & tomatoes") Submit Holidays New Year's Eve New Year's You May Also Like Clues & Categories 12.20.2021 Get in the Holiday Spirit With These Clues Clues & Categories 07.23.2021 5 Jeopardy! Clues to Test Your Olympic Knowledge Clues & Categories 06.19.2023 How Much Do You Know About Juneteenth National Independence Day?