Jeopardy October 28 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy October 28 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 Including Okaloosa & Escambia there are 16 counties in the Florida region with this shapely name
2 On TV Rachel Green & on screen Dr. Julia Harris D.D.S.
3 Stoli for short this vodka brand means of the capital in Russian
4 The Comite International de la Croix-Rouge won the 1917 Nobel Peace Prize; we know them better as this
5 A tall lanky person can be a beanpole or this
6 Anne Rice set her book The Feast of all Saints in this city where she was born & raised
7 The southernmost point that's U.S. territory is Rose Atoll a part of this American Pacific possession
8 Julia & Julia (in Defending Your Life & Ms. Child)
9 This Irish whiskey's name includes structures that make their barley & the nearby river whose water is used in the spirit
10 In this song Prince asked Baby have you got enough gas?
11 Cornhole involves the hurling of them
12 Ramses the Damned is the subtitle of Anne's book about this title supernatural being
13 The name of this northeast region was first used by John Smith who published A Description of it in 1616
14 We were unable to ignore her as Sunny von Bulow or Patty Hewes
15 Started in part by George Clooney this tequila brand is a portmanteau of the Spanish words for house & friends
16 This longer name for the red crest on the head of the creature seen here mentions the type of bird it is
17 A number cruncher or someone in the bureaucracy reluctant to give you funds
18 In The Wolf Gift Reuben Golding discovers that this familiar nighttime trope isn't needed for his lupine transformation
19 Las Vegas & Joshua Tree National Park are both found in this 25000-square-mile desert
20 Broomhilda von Shaft & Olivia Pope
21 Named for the professional who creates the gold leaf inside this cinnamon liqueur is German for gold beater
22 In a short story Poe wrote that this 2-word malady had long devastated the country
23 In Casablanca Bogie nobly said The problems of 3 little people don't amount to one of these
24 Rice wrote 4 books about this fairy tale figure who needs a prince to break the spell cast on her
25 2021 is the bicentennial year of this Missouri city home to the first state university established west of the Mississippi
26 Ann Perkins on Parks & Rec & top cop Angie Tribeca
27 This brand of rum is named for a navy man who became a famous tattoo artist
28 This gemstone got its name from its resemblance to the red seed of a pomegranate
29 Seen here Eric Esch was one tough customer fighting under this nickname
30 Louis was the title bloodsucker in Interview with the Vampire; the sequel is named for this conflicted antihero
31 Eriksfjord was a region that was home to a Viking settlement begun around 985 A.D. on this large island
32 Baker Street regular Dr. Watson
33 Tchaikovsky had a double premiere on Dec. 18 1892: his opera Iolanta & this ballet
34 Top 40 songs by this rapper in 2019 included Follow God On God & Use This Gospel
35 Between the core & crust is this layer that forms the greatest bulk of the Earth
36 One who doodles or a sliding storage compartment in a cabinet
37 Based on a real-life 11th century Viking & involving killing trolls & monsters the tale of Grettir the Outlaw is one of these epic stories
38 Frankenstein Mary Shelley's different kind of animator
39 Subtitled The Courting at Burnt Ranch this Aaron Copland ballet uses elements of hoedown dancing & bronco busting
40 Somebody Told Me these Las Vegas rockers were Imploding The Mirage in 2020
41 Our pal Louis Pasteur used this word to describe what happens when yeast functions anaerobically
42 As a flower it's one syllable; as a pale type of wine it's 2
43 Wagner knew about these female choosers of the slain in Viking myth; a rare pendant depicting one was found in 2012
44 Surgeon/sorcerer Dr. Strange
45 The ballet Fancy Free about sailors on leave inspired the film On the Town with Frank Sinatra as Chip & this dancer as Gabey
46 In the '60s red hunting jackets were a signature look for this British group
47 A substance called chitin largely makes up this shell of certain crustaceans
48 As an Italian musical direction it's definitely 2 syllables; as a word meaning talent it can be one or 2
49 The word means bearskin but these Viking warriors were said to fight almost naked in a bloodthirsty fury
50 Dr. Jekyll created in 1886
51 In Coppélia a magical doctor creates a life-size one of these that young Franz becomes obsessed with
52 Despite the title the 1967 Neil Diamond classic about this title lady is not in the style of bluegrass
53 Need a handy man? One of the most ancient examples of the human genus is this one whose name means handy man
54 As a verb this word means gained knowledge but as a 2-syllable adjective it means erudite
55 This Great Anglo-Saxon king defeated an army of invading Danish Vikings at the Battle of Edington in 878
56 M.D. & Ph.D. vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing
57 The River was a jazz ballet collaboration between bandleader Duke Ellington & this choreographer
58 Ooh I wanna take ya but the Beach Boys completely made up this triple-rhyme title island from a 1988 song
59 An isobar connects areas of equal barometric pressure on a weather map; a line that connects areas of equal temperature is this
60 The top of your head or a liver spread


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# Questions
1 Ludovico's technique is applied rather violently to make Alex non-violent in this novel
2 A braid of hair that hangs from behind or a place to line up behind others & wait
3 This rabbit-loving character calls a woman purty; that relationship ends in an extremely awful way as does his life
4 Decades of choices & wacky costumes on Let's Make a Deal began with Monty Hall as host; this guy got the job in 2009
5 In this 1818 classic a Swiss scientist isn't neutral about playing mix-&-match with some corpse parts
6 With the USSR crumbling this Baltic nation in 1990 became the first Soviet republic to declare independence
7 The name of this great 1498-99 Michelangelo work is Italian for compassion
8 Tess of the d'Urbervilles was described as this an old-timey word meaning good-looking
9 These 70' pillars in New York & London do date to Ancient Egypt yet have no historic connection to the woman they are named for
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