See How Many of These Ridiculously Hard ‘Jeopardy!’ Questions You Can Get Right
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Jeopardy! contestants undoubtedly have the smarts. Show participants have to pass a test and ace an audition for the chance to compete, but even the smarties who make it on the long-running trivia competition get stumped sometimes. These 40 insanely difficult Jeopardy! questions have the distinction of being “triple stumpers” — meaning not a single one of the episode’s three players could successfully answer them. Test your own know-how and see if you can flourish where they floundered. Hey, even if you can only answer one correctly, you’re still smarter than a Jeopardy! contestant (at least in that one instance).
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An 11-letter word for embroidery on canvas, with uniform spacing of stitches in a pattern.
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A Momentous Occasion
Her October 7, 1914, wedding day would prove to be a focal point of American politics.
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A Bit of Bling
Interest in diamonds in this color soared when Ben gave Jen a big one set in her engagement ring.
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Man of the Hour
In 2000, this man was the host of a number one rated network show and a number two rated syndicated talk show.
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In the 1960s, these Midwesterners earned five NFL championship trophies.
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Frederic Henry, the protagonist of this Hemingway novel, is in the Italian ambulance service during World War I.
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In a song from Chicago, we’re told to “give ’em the old” this title, “give ’em an act with lots of flash in it.”
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Devised in Boston in 1946, the name of this juice brand combines patriotism and convenience.
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Island in the Sun
This Caribbean nation was named because it reminded Spanish sailors of a province back home in Spain.
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The song “Drops Of Jupiter” by Train mentions “the best” one of these espresso drinks “you ever had.”
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Allison [Janney] clocked in as Meryl Streep’s domestic partner in the 2002 film with this “timely” title.
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The smallest of the Great Lakes, it has a surface area of about 7,500 square miles.
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Look for Aretha, Ray, James Brown, Cab Calloway, and, of course, Twiggy and Frank Oz in this 1980 film comedy.
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This band’s “Monster” album included “Crush With Eyeliner”.
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We are serious that Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky, with a -1.46 measure of apparent this.
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