Featured J!Buzz Clues & Categories 06.04.2022 Can You Run These Nine Categories Like Ryan Long? As a self-proclaimed “receptacle of knowledge,” Ryan Long has proven to be a powerhouse player who is capable of responding correctly to clue after clue. Over the course of his 16-game streak, Ryan has run a total of nine categories. See how well you would fare against the super-champ with the following clues. *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.* TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM Kendall Hart on “All My Children” & Buffy Summers Submit TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM Abe Weissman & Adrian Monk Submit TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM Stefan on “SNL” & Barry Berkman Submit TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM Dana Scully & Margaret Thatcher Submit TV: WHO PLAYED ‘EM “Nip/Tuck” nanny Marlowe Sawyer & Tyrion Lannister Submit ONE-NAMED OSCAR WINNERS He won Best Song Score for "Purple Rain" Submit ONE-NAMED OSCAR WINNERS Eminem won for the song "Lose Yourself" from this film Submit ONE-NAMED OSCAR WINNERS This comedian was u'nique when she won Best Supporting Actress for "Precious" Submit ONE-NAMED OSCAR WINNERS One-named designer Renié won for Costume Design on this 1963 film about a one-named Egyptian lady Submit ONE-NAMED OSCAR WINNERS Greek composer Vangelis ran away with his Oscar for this Olympics-centered film Submit MOVIE SUPERVILLAINS It's no spoiler to say Killmonger lives up to his name in this 2018 film Submit MOVIE SUPERVILLAINS Really, this Alfred Molina character only had 4 tentacles, but having "Quadro-" as part of his name wouldn't work Submit MOVIE SUPERVILLAINS "Kneel before" this general! In a 1980 film, he finally gets his wish that Superman does so, but things go south real fast Submit MOVIE SUPERVILLAINS Gruagach the bipedal boar is an antagonist of this hero in the 2019 movie with David Harbour taking over for Ron Perlman Submit MOVIE SUPERVILLAINS Tony Stark creates this title A.I. as part of a peacekeeping program; this title A.I. does not keep the peace Submit MOVIE CO-STARS In "Titanic" & "Revolutionary Road": this pair Submit MOVIE CO-STARS In "Sisters" & "Baby Mama": funny ladies Tina Fey & her Submit MOVIE CO-STARS In "The Sting" & "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", these two icons Submit MOVIE CO-STARS In "The Internship" & "Wedding Crashers": Owen Wilson & him Submit MOVIE CO-STARS In "Die Hard with a Vengeance" & "Unbreakable": Bruce Willis & him Submit PORTMANTEAU WORDS Similar to smog, smaze comes from these 2 words Submit PORTMANTEAU WORDS Here's a typical departure from this type of facility in Lower Manhattan Submit Photo Credit: Andy C, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons PORTMANTEAU WORDS Part of the name of this incendiary mixture comes from the acidic salt palmitate Submit PORTMANTEAU WORDS An enhanced bionic human can also be called a cyborg, short for this pair of words Submit PORTMANTEAU WORDS To retcon is to go back & fill in a fictional character's history & comes from these 2 words of 4 & 5 syllables Submit MUSICIANS SELLING MUSIC Sony Music made a boss move in 2021, paying more than half a billion for the recordings & music publishing of this Jersey guy Submit MUSICIANS SELLING MUSIC Deserving the Fleetwood max, this frontwoman sold a majority--but not all!--of her publishing for $100 million Submit MUSICIANS SELLING MUSIC Music rights for America (the band) went for $40 million in 2022 in part for having "been through the desert on" this title transport Submit MUSICIANS SELLING MUSIC More like "tangled up in green"! Around 600 songs, selling for $300 million; that's 1/2 million a tune for this singer-songwriter Submit MUSICIANS SELLING MUSIC In 2021 the estate of this "Dance With My Father" R&B singer who left us far too soon at 54 made a $40 mil. deal with Primary Wave Submit MEDIEVAL TIMES "Shooting at the butts" (man-made mounds of earth) was a popular way to practice this discipline Submit MEDIEVAL TIMES Amiens Cathedral is one of the glories of this medieval architectural style Submit Photo Credit: Diliff, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons MEDIEVAL TIMES A serf who could hide out in a town for this long, "un an et un jour" in French, became a free citizen Submit MEDIEVAL TIMES In 1279 these invaders ended China's Song Dynasty Submit MEDIEVAL TIMES A sharp medieval thinker's name is attached to this rule of logic that says simple solutions are better than complex ones Submit SNL CAST MEMBERS ON FILM As "The Nutty Professor" Submit SNL CAST MEMBERS ON FILM As "The Wedding Singer" Submit SNL CAST MEMBERS ON FILM In "Meatballs" Submit SNL CAST MEMBERS ON FILM As "Joe Dirt" Submit SNL CAST MEMBERS ON FILM As Mila Kunis' best friend in "The Spy Who Dumped Me" Submit LIFE IN THE FAUST LANE A Faustian bargain hit the pop charts in 1979 when "The Devil Went Down To" this place, "he was lookin' for a soul to steal" Submit LIFE IN THE FAUST LANE Part II of Goethe's "Faust" gets into his salvation & the courtship of this Greek woman of Trojan War myth Submit LIFE IN THE FAUST LANE Traditionally, in Gounod's opera, Faust is a tenor while Méphistophélès is this, like Nicolai Ghiaurov in a classic recording Submit LIFE IN THE FAUST LANE Roll up, roll up for the history tour... "The Tragical History of doctor Faustus" is a play by this Shakespeare-era man Submit LIFE IN THE FAUST LANE This composer conducted the first performance of his "Faust" overture at a Dresden concert in 1844 Submit Ryan Long Jeopardy! Clues You May Also Like Streaker Updates 06.02.2022 Ryan Long is a 15-Game Jeopardy! Champion: ‘A Legend is a Nice Title’ Clues & Categories 05.07.2022 Can You Respond Correctly to the Final Jeopardy! Clues Mattea Roach Missed? Contestants 01.27.2022 Can You Respond Correctly to the Final Jeopardy! Clues Amy Schneider Missed?