In the 16th century, she changed the “ew” in her family name to a “u” to help her new French in-laws spell it more easily

On Wednesday, July 3, 2024, the Final Jeopardy question in the category “Historic Women” piqued the interest of trivia aficionados and history buffs alike. The clue provided was: “In the 16th century, she changed the ‘ew’ in her family name to a ‘u’ to help her new French in-laws spell it more easily.” Who is…

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Acquitted of shooting her lover in 1924, Beulah Annan was the inspiration for this character in a play, film & musical

On Tuesday, July 2, 2024, “Jeopardy!” featured a captivating Final Jeopardy question in the category “Stage & Movie Characters.” The clue provided was: “Acquitted of shooting her lover in 1924, Beulah Annan was the inspiration for this character in a play, film, and musical.” This clue not only tested the contestants’ knowledge of historical events…

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First published in 1812, this anthology included “The Water Nymph” & “The Booted Tom Cat”

In the latest episode of Jeopardy that aired on Monday, July 1, 2024, contestants faced a thought-provoking Final Jeopardy question under the category “German Books.” The clue provided was: “First published in 1812, this anthology included ‘The Water Nymph’ and ‘The Booted Tom Cat’.” This clue points toward a significant work in the world of…

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In her autobiography she tells of a rather “singular coincidence,” that one of her Swiss ancestors was a teacher of the deaf

On Friday, June 28, 2024, “Jeopardy!” featured an intriguing Final Jeopardy question under the category “Notable American Women.” The clue provided was: “In her autobiography, she tells of a rather ‘singular coincidence,’ that one of her Swiss ancestors was a teacher of the deaf.” Contestants were tasked with identifying the notable American woman described by…

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After joining the army at 16, in 1906, for a brief stint, he received a much higher honorary rank from the Gov. of his state 29 years later

On Thursday, June 27, 2024, “Jeopardy!” featured a compelling Final Jeopardy question in the category “Businessmen.” The clue provided was: “After joining the army at 16, in 1906, for a brief stint, he received a much higher honorary rank from the Governor of his state 29 years later.” This clue points to an influential figure…

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