Jeopardy December 27 2021 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy December 27 2021 answers and Solutions. We have just finished solving all the 7 crossword clues found today in the puzzle and we have listed them below. Simply click on any of the clues you are having difficulties finding the solution for and a new page with the answer will pop up.


# Question
1 It's said that the character of Snowball the pig in this novel represents Leon Trotsky
2 To life: OILY BOG
3 QVC stands for quality value & this the ability to purchase things from your couch
4 A small immature branch or a session of filming a movie
5 This Daily Show host wrote A dog is a great thing for a kid to have. It's like a bicycle but with emotions
6 Surrounding General Douglas MacArthur's birthplace MacArthur Park melts in the dark in this capital city
7 In Wuthering Heights Cathy says My love for Linton is like the foliage... my love for him like the eternal rocks
8 It's fueled by fossils: LOOPY TANGELO
9 The word PEZ was built from the first middle & last letters in the German word for this candy
10 Before children the Pied Piper of Hamelin led these to their doom
11 In addition to giving us his spelling book in 1783 he helped found the Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences
12 If you call yourself the spinach capital of the world you better have a statue of this character & Alma Arkansas does in his own park
13 The end of this Twain tale says while Tom Canty lived to be very old King Edward VI lived to the age of 15
14 How's your hearing?: A LOUD YOGI
15 Computer chip manufacturer Intel takes its name from a shortening of the words integrated these
16 Channel SpongeBob with this creamy condiment like the Legal Sea Foods house brand
17 With Scandinavian roots & a hammer of a curveball pitcher Noah Syndergaard got this nickname; the hair helps
18 The discovery of a 3.03-carat one in 1990 had Arkansas' Crater of these State Park living up to its name
19 Anna Sewell said the aim of this book was to induce kindness sympathy and an understanding treatment of horses
20 Some monkey business: TRIM APOLOGY
21 Jerry Murrell's sons are the quintet in the name of this burger chain
22 2 words that completed Red Skelton's signoff Good night and...
23 In 1881 Supreme Court Justice Noah Swayne declared this tax constitutional; it still needed an amendment in 1913
24 Near Eureka Springs Thorncrown Chapel began when Jim Reed offered a resting place for visitors who came to view these mountains
25 During the French Revolution Percy Blakeney uses as his secret identity the name of this flower; note the flower's bright reddish color
26 It's not for the squeamish: HOMELY TOGA
27 Thank Mr. Coulombe for your dinner of cauliflower gnocchi & decent under-$5 wine; he gave his name to this store
28 Rob Halford leads this band that has celebrated 50 heavy metal years
29 Noah Baumbach wrote this Oscar-nominated 2019 film about the breakup of the union between Charlie & Nicole Barber
30 The University of Arkansas team name was the Cardinals until 1910 when a student vote changed the mascot to this animal

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# Questions
1 This 1950 absurdist play by Eugene Ionesco consists mainly of meaningless dialogues between 2 couples
2 A prequel series to Battlestar Galactica was named for this planet
3 The Topkapi Palace begun by Sultan Mehmed II around 1460 & now a museum
4 Found just south of the North Carolina border 4784-foot Brasstown Bald is the highest point in this state
5 The German work Songs of this structure for hanging people actually contains jolly nonsense like the sniffle
6 Etheria is the planet where this title cartoon Princess of Power fights the evil horde
7 The Edmund Pettus Bridge site of a bloody 1965 confrontation
8 In one Norse myth Loki tricks the god Hoder into throwing a sprig of this parasitic plant at the beloved god Balder killing him
9 Beloved nonsense words include this creature that Pooh & Piglet track through the snow--or is it a Wizzle?
10 This unusual-looking family first seen on Saturday Night Live pose as earthlings but are really from Remulak
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