Jeopardy May 08 2023 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy May 08 2023 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 This 2007 best-selling novel takes its title from a line in the poem Kabul by the 17th century Persian Poet Saib
2 Receiving these gems from Central African dictator Jean-B├ędel Bokassa helped end the presidency of France's Valery Giscard d'Estaing
3 The 2023 Grammys were good to aging redheads: Bonnie Raitt got Song of the Year & he took Best Country Solo Performance
4 At nearly 3 pounds a year per capita salmon has passed this as the most commonly consumed fish in the U.S.; sorry Charlie
5 Genesis: Therefore the Lord God sent him forth from the Garden of Eden to till the ground
6 This bear who first appeared in a 1958 book was part of many people's tributes to the late Queen Elizabeth II
7 Household item that totally sucks at its job:AUU
8 A conservative MP & commentator on this network Bob Boothby endured the revelations of his association with gangster Ronnie Kray
9 She earned our respect by singing Respect during her American Idol days before having her own hit with Behind These Hazel Eyes
10 Succulent but potentially lethal Japan's specially prepared delicacy known as fugu uses a variety of this type of fish
11 In 2003 the board of directors decided to jettison these 3 letters that preceded Time Warner
12 A girl is part of a nontraditional (especially for children's books) family in 1989's Heather has Two these
13 Lwa are spirits in this religion of the Caribbean: OOOO
14 You & I pay fees for this withdrawing money we don't have; in a '90s scandal 300 congressmen did it with the House bank no problem
15 This lead singer of Hole said I tried out for 'the Mickey Mouse Club' when I was 11 & that would've been very interesting casting
16 In 1997 this U.S. state designated the Bonneville cutthroat trout as its official state fish
17 In 2002 this computer yeets Frank Poole off into space but still have Dave to contend with
18 This nickname for many kings follows M.C. Higgins in the title of the first Newbery Medal winner by a Black author
19 It's the woodwind instrument heard here:AOO
20 This Italian P.M. said there was no scandal in 2009 after photos surfaced of scantily clad women at his villa
21 CBGB was a legendary East Village club where many punk & new wave acts got an early break including them
22 This fish of the order Clupeiformes is kippered or cured by splitting cleaning salting & smoking
23 Truman: I didn't fire him because he was a dumb son of a (bleep) although he was but that's not against the law for generals
24 In a story by Johnny Guelle this doll says I can't seem to think clearly today.. it feels as if my head were ripped (it was)
25 A small item that covers the big bald truth:OUEE
26 As attorney general under U.S. Grant Edwards Pierrepont spent lots of time prosecuting this Ring of distillers who bribed & frauded
27 Unafraid of long album titles like When the Pawn... (it does go on) she shortened things up in 2020 with Fetch the Bolt Cutters
28 Fish found in this African lake created in the 1960s include 2 species of tilapia & the enormous Nile perch
29 In Greek myth after he was born lame his mom yeeted him out of heaven but he returned & made Hermes' winged helmet
30 Though he comes from another world not from France this diminutive guy appeared on the 5-franc note for many years
31 A secret reason for doing something is having a this motive:UEIO
32 You're in charge if you do something like a this meaning to do it with style & swagger
33 Vaka moana are traditional double-hulled these boats used to travel vast ocean distances
34 An 18th century politician: We are attempting by this Constitution to abolish factions
35 Always armed with the catchphrase no one in the Star Trek world wanted to hear the Borg let it be known that this is futile
36 Before Elena Kagan was the first woman to be dean of this at Harvard she was the first bat mitzvah at Lincoln Square Synagogue
37 The Jeffersons
38 It's a vibratory sound or the excitement generated by a cool new product or performer
39 Including Palmerston & Pukapuka this vast expanse of islands was named after a British captain who visited in 1773
40 An inventor: You cannot force ideas. Successful ideas are the result of slow growth
41 Jacques Cartier was among the explorers who failed to find this fabled route illustrated here
42 This woman who founded a cosmetics giant took a French-looking name & helped fund a restoration of Versailles
43 Vern Schillinger & the gang on Oz
44 There are 2 Bs in the name of this jazz style pioneered by Charlie Parker & other hepcats
45 Including the Loyalty Islands the island group known as New this basically means New Scotland
46 An author: All for one one for all--that is our motto is it not?
47 In the Odyssey Homer wrote this man was in violent torment seeking to raise a monstrous stone but ever failing
48 First name of the philanthropist who has gone by the last names Tuttle Bezos & now Scott
49 Chris Farley as Matt Foley down by the river
50 In 1958 the San Francisco Examiner worried that growing lads might become these instead of ball players
51 This double-talk island of the Society Islands is surrounded by coral reefs
52 An author & former prisoner: Socialism of any type & shade leads to a total destruction of the human spirit
53 The scene of heavy fighting & futility in World War I this peninsula bears a name that comes from the Greek for beautiful city
54 Soon to mother a brood of actors of this last name Georgiana Drew married actor Maurice in 1876
55 Jim Rockford; he kept it parked in Malibu
56 This last name of an uber-cool Hollywood icon is also a verb meaning to hog something which is way not cool
57 Although this country has more than 300 islands about 70% of the population lives on its largest Viti Levu
58 An artist: Why must art be static?... the next step in sculpture is motion
59 Harry Potter might have a better chance of turning metals to gold using this medieval substance from alchemy also called the tincture
60 A self-titled 1961 L.P. of arias sung by this great L.P. is known to opera lovers as the Blue Album
61 Commander Sheridan & the gang on Babylon 5


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# Questions
1 Churchill gave a word a new meaning when he called for a talk with Soviet Russia upon the highest level... a parley at this
2 Term for a type of large white blood cell that digests invading micro-organisms & also eats cell debris
3 India the leading milk producer in the world gets almost half of it from this beast not considered cattle
4 This beloved indie rock band took its name in 1984 from the way a Spanish-speaking outfielder says I got it
5 Many thought The Rite of Spring was just noise like the Augurs of Spring marked to be played this extra-loud way throughout
6 Sid & Marty Krofft produced 70s Saturday morning TV like H.R. Pufnstuf & this one where a family ends up in a time with dinosaurs
7 Wheres the president? a blundering Val asks this senator from Louisiana with a different middle name church & party
8 Found in the ear this small bone connects the tympanic membrane to the incus bone
9 From Australia & New Zealand this honey with a Maori name is said to have antibacterial properties
10 A song often heard in Spanish-speaking countries at Christmastime is this Sabanero meaning My Little Savannah Donkey is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc