Featured J!Buzz Tournament Stories 10.14.2022 Vol. 1: Give These Clues a Second Chance Jeopardy! Second Chance kicks off Monday, October 17! Over the next two weeks, we’re dropping two quizzes featuring ALL 161 missed clues (photo clues not included) from the contestants’ initial appearances on the show, based on who’s playing each week. This first quiz has 84 clues — which is a lot — so do your best. But if you don’t get them all right the first time, that’s okay — next week you’ll have a second chance! *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.* INSTITUTIONS In 1985 a team from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution found this vessel more than 12,000 feet underwater Submit REGULAR VERBS To beat with a strap, or what a party leader does to get votes lined up in Congress Submit PRIME NUMBER, PLEASE The treaties formally ending the American Revolution were signed in this year Submit OLD LITERATURE Epinician odes, from the word Nike, include a series about this event, such as ones praising the boxer Diagoras Submit "ANTI" UP It's the type of missile used against missiles in flight Submit RE-CHARTED This man had a hit twice with "Stand By Me," his signature song Submit RE-CHARTED One of the many Prince songs that re-charted after his 2016 death was this opening track of "Purple Rain" Submit THAT'S OUR FACTORY The Akashi motorcycle plant, not far from the Good Times World Corporate Museum Submit WORDS FROM GEOGRAPHY Now a rundown area of any city, it comes from a type of road along which logs were hauled Submit MAKEUP It sounds like you are making a cake, but this trendy technique to make skin look flawless uses concealer & foundation Submit QUICK HISTORY Adding to the Winter Palace, Catherine the Great began this museum in 1764 Submit WORDS FROM GEOGRAPHY Meaning to break up into smaller units, this term comes from a geographic region that was divided in the 19th & 20th centuries Submit BOOKS ABOUT CELEBS "A Star Is Born" & "Get Happy" are titles of books about this song & dance woman Submit WORDS FROM GEOGRAPHY Ready to hit the spa? Then let's head to the town it's named for in the Ardennes in this European country Submit THEY SANG SUPER SEXY '70s LYRICS A disco queen: "Dim all the lights, sweet darlin', 'Cause tonight it's all the way" Submit LITERARY SHIPPING "The cruel rocks, they gored her side" is from the Longfellow poem "The Wreck of" this vessel Submit RELIGION This name for the day before Lent begins refers to confessing sins & receiving forgiveness on that day Submit EUROPE This Italian name for a major city in the south of the country is in the lyrics of "That's Amore" Submit "V"OCABULARY Meaning pertaining to glass, it also precedes humor in the name of a jellylike substance in the eyeball Submit SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT In 2021 this Hall of Fame athlete launched Omaha Productions Submit POTPOURRI A flock of geese in flight can be called a skein or wedge; the same group on the ground or in the water is this Submit SPORTY ANAGRAMS A big shot in basketball: HERE TO RIP NET Submit THE ICKIEST OF THE "ICKY" A list of "10 Most" this adjective "Auto Features" included "cabin perfume dispensers" Submit IT DOESN'T MEAN WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE Noisome sounds like it offends the ears, but it means something offensive especially to this other sense organ Submit TALK LIKE A FARMER Though it's not for tea & conversation, an area that may put the cows in a tandem or rotary setup is this activity's "parlor" Submit TALK LIKE A FARMER This unit of measure varies with its content: for wheat it's 60 pounds & for oats, 32 Submit GIVING YOU THE BOOT Buzzfeed featured these double-talk, thigh-high boots "that will look totally far out in your closet" Submit THE WOUK MOB In Wouk's "Aurora Dawn" from 1947, a young man works in this broadcast medium; Wouk lived to write a book partly in e-mails Submit COLOR ME BAD This rhyming fictional "illness" involves police officers disrupting operations by calling in sick Submit GIVING YOU THE BOOT Woo-woo! All aboard these boots, known for their stovepipe calf Submit THE WOUK MOB "The Winds of War" begins with "Pug" Henry made U.S. military attaché in this European city, sensing the winds of war indeed Submit COLOR ME BAD If you're cowardly, you can be lily-livered or this other hyphenated term mentioning a nearby body part Submit "THE" END To fancy up an argument with big words, or to array with garments Submit GIVING YOU THE BOOT As well as pants for horse riding, they can be ankle-high boots with a strap buckled at the side Submit ACTING UP ON TV It's the last name of John Hillerman's Jonathan & Perdita Weeks' Juliet, friends of "Magnum P.I." across the decades Submit THE WOUK MOB In a '50s bestseller Wouk's heroine Marjorie Morgenstern anglicizes her last name to this & seeks fame as an actress Submit GOOD HISTORY In 2020, these accords named for a biblical man raised to 6 the Arab nations with diplomatic ties to Israel Submit ACTING UP ON TV Beltalowda! Keon Alexander showed wide range as Marco Inaros, leader of the Free Navy on this Amazon sci-fi show Submit THE WOUK MOB Physicist Guy Carpenter is out of a job in "A Hole in Texas", based on the real cancellation of the Superconducting this machine Submit TROPHY HUSBANDS When he won Best Director at Cannes for "After Hours", he was married to Barbara de Fina, who produced his "The Color of Money" Submit GIVING YOU THE BOOT Getting the supreme boot in Genesis, he was told, "a fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be" Submit ACTIVE BIBLE VERSES "And when he had opened the fourth seal... I looked, and behold a pale" this: "and his name that sat on him was Death" Submit 10-, 11- & 12-LETTER WORDS This word meaning "nonsense" begins with the name of a son of Odin Submit 10-, 11- & 12-LETTER WORDS This term for a tightrope walker comes from Latin for "rope" & "walk" Submit TROPHY HUSBANDS L.A. Musicians Institute was the meeting place of Jae Lin & this husband, a 2022 Grammy winner with Silk Sonic partner Bruno Mars Submit A WORD IN SPANISH A Spanish idiom for "Don't worry about it", literally "nothing happens", is no pasa this word Submit BOOKS & AUTHORS "War & Peace" opens in this year, 7 years before a fateful invasion Submit ALLITERATIVE PEOPLE In 2020 the job of White House Chief of Staff changed M&Ms, from this man to Mark Meadows Submit STARTS WITH "B" Guinea is a small species of this primate Submit 1980s MOVIES The Dip used to kill characters in this 1988 film consisted of acetone, benzene & turpentine, ingredients of paint thinner Submit TIME As opposed to a separate sub-dial, a second hand that goes from the center all around is this alliterative second hand Submit TIME I sentence you to this, meaning the 6 months you've already spent in jail--you're free, now get out of here Submit WORLD COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES The oldest university in Scandinavia is in Uppsala, Sweden; the second oldest, in this capital a few hundred miles south Submit WORDS WITH A SINGLE VOWEL It can be a sudden surprising event or an unkempt mass of hair Submit NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OCEAN: A GLOBAL ODYSSEY A very brave cleaner shrimp gets a meal of parasites & dead skin from the mouth of one of these scary predators Submit WORDS WITH A SINGLE VOWEL This joint is found at the distal end of the radius Submit NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC OCEAN: A GLOBAL ODYSSEY The plastic & debris-strewn area known as the Great Pacific this covers 600,000 square miles between Hawaii & California Submit WORDS WITH A SINGLE VOWEL "Bourbon and" this refers to a drink made with pure, iron-free water Submit CHARACTERS IN CHILDREN'S LIT $400 When Wendy first meets Peter Pan, he's flown into her room searching for his lost this Submit U.S. COINS $600 First minted in 1809, the "Liberty Cap" this was .74 inches in diameter, just a bit bigger than today Submit I'VE WON AN OSCAR & AN EMMY $600 "Shakespeare in Love" & "Glee" Submit COLORFUL RIVERS $800 This headstream branch of the Nile that originates in Ethiopia is the source of almost 70% of its water Submit SONG TITLE ADJECTIVES $800 Meaning clearly understood, it preceded "Dreams" in the title of a 2018 smash by Juice Wrld Submit -"MATIC" $1200 This 13-letter word describes medical conditions that are caused or heightened by one's mental or emotional state Submit MEDICINE $1600 The first place nutrients go after they are absorbed by the small intestine is this largest gland in the body Submit COLORFUL RIVERS $2000 The Green River in this state offers fine fishing but sadly also gave its name to a serial killer Submit LITERARY THRILLERS The only Ian Fleming James Bond novel not told in the third person, it's narrated by one of 007's paramours Submit OLD YORK York came to be when members of Rome's Ninth this set up camp & called it Eboracum Submit LANDMARKS For a great view of Rio & Guanabara Bay, take a cable car to the summit of this Brazilian peak Submit PHILOSOPHY Medieval questions about these: not how many fit on a pin but do they have free will? & with no bodies, can they have knowledge? Submit CATCHING YOU SHORT You might only need a 500-foot-long runway to land an aircraft with STOL short for this Submit BALLET & OPERA An opera with hitmen? I'm in! This Verdi title jester wants revenge on the Duke of Mantua & hires Sparafucile to kill him Submit NORTH AMERICA Unique to North America is this large moth that only lives for a week or two after leaving the cocoon Submit CATCHING YOU SHORT Charlemagne's dad, this man III was called "the Short"; Charlemagne's kid also got the name Submit BALLET & OPERA Early in Act 2 in an Adolphe Adam classic ballet, Hilarion mourns at the grave of this title woman Submit BOOKS OF THE 1970s Aptly, members of a Black family in this novel have biblical names: Pilate, Hagar & the title one, an ancestor of the protagonist Submit JOHNNY GILBERT IS THE ACTION MOVIE CHARACTER "No retreat. no surrender. That is Spartan law & by Spartan law we will stand & fight & die" Submit JOHNNY GILBERT IS THE ACTION MOVIE CHARACTER "Servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius... husband to a murdered wife, & I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next" Submit TV This singer/actress tries to solve "Only Murders in the Building" Submit ENDS IN "EX" In math, these 2 words are often used interchangeably for the top point of a figure, like a cone Submit THE CIVIL WAR This Louisianan had ill regard for Jeff Davis for making him a full general after New York-born Samuel Cooper Submit INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP The organization these International was founded in 1956; they’re Partnerstädte in Germany & villes jumelées in France Submit INSTITUTIONS Rice University's Institute for Public Policy bears the name of this man who was George H.W. Bush's Secretary of State Submit REGULAR VERBS From the Latin for "price", it's what your new car's value does shortly after you drive off the lot Submit Second Chance Quiz You May Also Like News & Events 02.09.2022 A Jeopardy! Second Chance Tournament? EP Michael Davies Explains Clues & Categories 12.14.2021 Can You Ace This Quiz of Professor-Themed Clues?