Jeopardy October 24 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy October 24 2022 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 When Esquire began as a mens lifestyle magazine in the 1930s he was asked for manly content and wrote in 28 of the first 33 issues
2 Super Pumped stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Travis Kalanick founder of this rideshare service
3 In an oft-cited example of false memory many folks firmly but wrongly remember this inquisitive monkey as having a tail
4 Artemis or Kali for example
5 This mascot once had a spin-off cereal called Tiger Power
6 This captain of the bounty had a falling out with first mate Fletcher Christian; mutiny ensued
7 In autumn they're satisfying to crunch underfoot & also nourish detritivores small creatures that eat dead material
8 Jesse Eisenberg played this guy still at Harvard in The Social Network
9 Sometimes You Have to Lie is a 2020 biography of Louise Fitzhugh creator of this 11-year-old spy
10 A big space for couples dancing; many hotels have a grand one
11 Sonny couldn't help being cuckoo for this delicious munchy crunchy chocolatey cereal
12 Capt. Preston was acquitted for his part in this March 5 1770 event--it couldn't be proved he'd ordered British troops to fire
13 This alliterative crunch in which it's hard to get a loan can lead to a recession
14 This actor had his eyes glued shut daily to play Ray Charles in Ray
15 In this 1930 book with the refrain I think I can the protagonist is female & the unhelpful other locomotives are guys
16 The ringtail is in the same family as this nocturnal mammal with a ringed tail
17 Ad execs were determined to repeatedly torture a hapless animal with Silly rabbit this cereal was for kids!
18 A bit of a stickler this captain leader of the Jamestown colony said He that will not work shall not eat
19 The Crunch chain of more than 400 of these nationwide promises no judgment
20 Josh Gad & Seth Rogen have both played this electrical engineer --in Jobs & Steve Jobs respectively
21 The collaborations of writer Jon Scieszka & illustrator Lane Smith include the 1992 tale of this odoriferous man
22 It's what the NFL & NBA call their CEOs
23 In 2022 the leprechaun who hawked this cereal turned 58; don't pull a muscle running away with the stuff man
24 In the 1950s Captain Hyman Rickover selected this future president for his new nuclear submarine program
25 Supercomputers crunch numbers in the form of this large 2-word buzz term for the tidal wave of digital information
26 Robert De Niro trained with the real Jake LaMotta for his portrayal of him in this 1980 film
27 In a Mo Willems tale the first words little Trixie says are the name of this stuffed rabbit she lost & found
28 It's another word for pirate arrgh
29 In the early '70s General Mills said Y'know we need a cereal featuring a vampire type of guy so America took a bite of this
30 Arthur Rostron captained this ship that rescued 705 Titanic survivors including The Unsinkable Molly Brown
31 Crepitus crunching in the joints is a symptom of degenerative joint disease also called this form of arthritis
32 Time to make a pilgrimage & tee it up at this revered golf club's Old Course in Scotland
33 The OED calls this palindrome an expression of interrogation; it's often used to mean what?
34 One of these is a straight one-dimensional figure that extends infinitely in both directions
35 Profession of Pat Cipollone (Patsy Baloney to some) who testified on July 8 to the January 6 Committee
36 It was originally a curved goat horn overflowing with fruits & vegetables; you can buy ones on Etsy woven from grapevines
37 2008: I hear Jerusalem bells a-ringing Roman cavalry choirs are singing
38 Park Güell with unique architectural features by Antoni Gaudí is a must see in this Spanish city
39 Imitation okay--NHL star Alex Ovechkin often uses this I can't hear you gesture when he gets booed
40 Abbreviated log it's the exponent to which a base must be raised to produce a certain number
41 Queen Elizabeth II's last appearance was to appoint this woman as the 15th prime minister of her majesty's reign
42 The Latin for earth gives us the name of this plant-friendly container seen here
43 1996: He's going the distance he's going for speed
44 As reflected in its name five medieval fishing villages make up this destination perched on the cliffs of the Italian Riviera
45 Testifying before Congress in 2019 Robert Mueller asked several lawmakers to do this including Devin Nunes with a near 100-worder
46 For 12 & 16 4 is the GCF or greatest this
47 Turkish President Erdogan got enough concessions to drop his opposition to letting Sweden & Finland do this
48 Practitioners of this 7-letter bushy art have been called tree masons & leafage sculptors
49 1992: Thursday doesn't even start it's Friday I'm in love
50 In the reliquary of this king & saint's basilica in Budapest you can see what is reportedly his right hand
51 It's the word of incomprehension invariably used by the character Manuel in Fawlty Towers
52 Add up the lengths of all the sides of a polygon to get this measurement
53 Josh Gerstein of this news organization-o got the big leaked Supreme Court draft opinion story of the year
54 This art of joining 2 plants to grow as one enabled Axel Erlandson to create the Circus Trees at Gilroy Gardens in California
55 1977: That's why I'm easy easy like Sunday morning
56 Here's a view of Oia with some of its blue-domed churches on this Greek island
57 This word meaning can't understand what was said appears often in the Nixon library transcripts of Watergate tapes
58 This symbol with a way out name tells you to take the square root of the number inside it
59 California Governor Gavin Newsom denied parole to this man guilty of a 1968 assassination
60 This art the dwarfing of trees finds its smallest entries called keishi & shito
61 1994: With their tanks & their bombs... & their guns in your head in your head they are dying


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1 An attraction on this East African island a bit smaller than Maui is the house where Freddie Mercury lived as a child
2 Teen drama with Katie Holmes & Michelle Williams:DC
3 This horse with a spotty reputation is believed to be named for a river near where the Nez Perce lived & bred the horse
4 This ancient trade route linking China & the West stretched 4000 miles from XI'an in the east to the Mediterranean Sea
5 They're the 2 major constellations with Major in their names
6 Bear Grylls takes on the elements: MvW
7 The name of this fast-flying falcon means traveling or wandering
8 Abbreviated NHS this government agency created to provide free public medical care began in 1948
9 The ECB the European Central Bank has its headquarters in this German city on the Main River
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