Jeopardy October 31 2022 answers


On this page you will find the Jeopardy October 31 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 He once said It's my privilege to introduce the greatest first lady ever. Sorry mom
2 Seen here are some buildings with history on Chartres Street between Iberville & Bienville Streets in this city
3 Collecting gaming cards? You might want these clear covers that share a name with a clothing part
4 King of the Franks *&* the Lombards impressive... & first emperor of what would be the Holy Roman Empire? I see a team leader here
5 It's the subtitle of Terminator 2
6 Do we have to paint you a picture? We'll use this wooden frame to help
7 Movie in which Bill Murray says I send my kids here because the fact is you go to one of the best schools in the country
8 This city's ritzy Newbury Street ends by the Public Garden near the famed swan boats
9 Calligraphy enthusiasts may spring for special wipes & pliers for this 3-letter tip of the pen
10 You scouted for Custer in 1867... became sheriff of Hays City Kansas 2 years later... what brings you to Deadwood?
11 A scene from Hamlet partly inspired Bruce Joel Rubin to write this Patrick Swayze-Demi Moore tearjerker
12 The right to vote or the right to run a McDonald's
13 Uncommonly Smooth was once the slogan of this coffee company whose original location was Vashon Island in Puget Sound
14 A Gateway Arch over 5th Avenue welcomes visitors to this California city's Gaslamp Quarter
15 The item seen here known as a color checker is primarily used by these hobbyists
16 A Nobel Peace Prize quite nice... ohhh your country broke up on you in 1991 & your job ended; walk me through that
17 Ice Cube & Chris Tucker starred in this 1995 comedy that Cube co-wrote with DJ Pooh
18 The name of this chilled beverage ends with an acute accent
19 Seen here is Striker a type of this Russian-named dog that won Westminster's title in 2022 for Best Working Group dog
20 This man made Salt Lake City's downtown streets wide so a wagon team could turn around without hitting sidewalks or using profanity
21 Not just for donuts this pottery finisher made from a powder can give your final creation a lovely sheen
22 In 1874 you were president of the Freedman's Bank & 3 years later became the first Black U.S. marshal... extensive résumé!
23 A boy's best friend is a massive robot in this 1999 animated film based on a Ted Hughes fable
24 A military supply unit far from the action is in the rear this
25 The best of all possible worlds was a philosophical tenet of this German who advised Peter the Great
26 Head to West Carson Street in this city and take the Duquesne Incline up to Grandview for a grand view of a few rivers
27 You can make knots with rope cord or string in this craft whose name is from Turkish for napkin
28 In 1875 you put out Science & Health with Key to the Scriptures; I'm sensing you want to open your own branch
29 A poster for this film claimed In October of 1994 three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods...
30 This 8-letter word means gushing perhaps in praise of someone
31 Mark Twain began a sequel called Huck Finn and this boyhood pal Among the Indians; Lee Nelson finished it in 2003
32 It's the last of the 5 books in the Pentateuch
33 After 8 seasons Dre & Bow opted for a new beginning as this sitcom came to a close
34 Elvis sang that in a state of amorous confusion he was all this a state not uncommon to snowglobes
35 When it's between half & full it's called gibbous
36 The imperial one traces back to Japan's 1889 constitution: IE
37 Ancient-astronaut tome The Gods Never Left Us has on its title page Long awaited sequel to these vehicles of the Gods
38 Horse abuse at the Olympics in 2021 led to calls for the replacement of the traditional riding part of this event
39 Clark Kent's high school years & time at Central Kansas A&M were covered in this show named for Clark's hometown
40 Churchill said Russia was a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside this
41 Regularly emitting radiation it's a rapidly spinning neutron star some rotating 700 times a second
42 It meets in the Reichstag & elects the chancellor: UEA
43 Possessive title of Louisa May Alcott's sequel to Little Men
44 In an old superstition to see five of these thieving birds at once meant company was coming
45 Like sands through the hourglass so are the this TV soap title the show now on Peacock after 57 years on NBC
46 To make a series of campaign speeches or to baffle another person
47 After some debate the International Astronomical Union created this term for objects like Makemake Eris & others in 2006
48 Founded around 930 on a North Atlantic island:AI
49 In Tom Perrotta's 2022 sequel this ambitious teenage girl from Election is now a high school assistant principal
50 In the '70s he & the Furious Five were just about the first hip-hop group; in 2007 they were the first in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
51 According to his '60s theme song he lived in a world full of wonder flying there under under the sea
52 Meteorological words for befuddlement include hazy cloudy & this superlative that often comes before notion
53 The Sun's visible surface which radiates most of its light directly is called this 11-letter word; get the picture?
54 It moved to Kiryat Ben Gurion in 1966:EE
55 The title of Jack Higgins' sequel to this World War II-set adventure yarn ends ...has flown
56 This ornamental design used in heraldry & architecture comes from Latin for five & leaf
57 After she was sprung from Orange is the New Black she went on to co-create & star in Russian Doll
58 This word sounds like it means the opposite of addition but it actually means perplexed
59 Schedar the brightest star in this constellation is one of the two bottom points in its distinctive W shape
60 Established in 1905 by Nicholas II: UA

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# Questions
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
10 2 Michael J. Fox sitcoms: FT &SC
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