Jeopardy September 13 2022 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy September 13 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 At the 1964 World's Fair Henry Ford unveiled this pony car with a price near $2300; Detroit ran wild as 400000 sold in year one
2 On the periodic table: nihonium niobium...
3 Long before Netflix in 1998 a Hong Kong company invested $1.5 billion in video on demand pioneering this kind of service
4 This type of energy is sustainable but not yet renewable; it could be if we start getting the uranium from seawater
5 This 3-word inquiry was already a catchphrase when Bugs Bunny first asked it in 1940
6 (Will Selva of the NFL Network presents the clue.) It's the play that starts the game & since 2002 the name of the game that starts the NFL season; the first one was at the Meadowlands not qu
7 Frank Weatherman the last inmate to leave this island prison upon its 1963 closure said it never was no good
8 In state capitals: Bismarck Boise...
9 In 1991 this young broadcast TV network became the first in the U.S. to run a commercial for condoms
10 Let's dig up the fact that in 2021 this fossil fuel provided about 22% of U.S. electricity generation
11 Ordinal term for a president's husband
12 (Jason McCourty of the NFL Network presents the clue.) Quarterbacks take note; don't start this season like Chicago's Jim Hardy did in 1950 when he threw a still-record 8 of these--maybe it w
13 Let me stand next to your fire! 1967's Summer of Love reached a peak when Jimi Hendrix set his guitar ablaze at this pop festival
14 As president: Carter Cleveland...
15 In 1974 this Broadcasting System Inc. shortened things up & became CBS Inc.
16 Power source of the Stanley brothers' 1910 automobiles per the name
17 Term for an official document certifying one's inoculation status perhaps for travel
18 (Kyle Brandt of the NFL Network presents the clue.) Wes Welker & Demaryius Thomas each caught two scores as part of this quarterback's monster 7-touchdown day against the Ravens in the 2013 o
19 23 days after Gagarin's flight in 1961 Alan Shepard lit the candle on this NASA project with a 15-minute suborbital journey
20 Of the original 7 Sisters colleges: Radcliffe Smith...
21 In 1946 Faraway Hill about a widow in love with a man engaged to another woman brought this genre to network television
22 The Energy Dept. says of this source its turbines don't produce atmospheric emissions that cause acid rain... or greenhouse gases
23 It's the fiery term for a cheap prepaid mobile device that can be discarded to protect the user's anonymity
24 (Peter Schrager of the NFL Network presents the clue.) Those clich├ęs about how it's just one game are true; in 1981 this team led by Joe Montana & Bill Walsh lost its first game to the Lions
25 In 1962 James Meredith became the first African-American student at this southern university
26 In AKC dog breeds: Irish Terrier Irish Water Spaniel...
27 A 1934 act of Congress established this agency initially to regulate the radio telephone & telegraph industries
28 This dam with the most generation capacity of any U.S. power plant is about a 2-hour drive from Spokane
29 To stand on these meaning to benefit from the knowledge of great predecessors
30 (Jamie Erdahl of the NFL Network presents the clue.) The Panthers' opening game in 2011 showed off the arm of this flashy dresser as he passed for 422 yards an NFL record for a player's first
31 Humans have 22 pairs of nonsex these & one pair of non-nonsex
32 Worker bees build this structure & storage area in the hive from wax they produce
33 The Dada art movement began in this most populous Swiss city around 1916
34 T-Mobile: this Billy Idol song that we just hear more more more
35 The standard model of particle physics accounts for 3 of the 4 fundamental forces skipping this one important in daily life
36 Emmentaler is what we call this & for the record the holes aren't called holes but eyes
37 From Arabic for the west the Algarve is a historic region of this nation bordering the Atlantic Ocean
38 GEICO: this metal band's Round & Round
39 It's the type of ionization chamber heard here a measuring device that non-physicists never want to hear working hard nearby
40 In Colonial America this instrument with holes for the head & hands put the P in punishment
41 Montenegro's Gulf of Kotor is a fjordlike inlet on the coast of this sea
42 Carnival Cruise Lines: Todd Rundgren singing about doing this all day
43 It's the study of fishes all 30000 or so species of them
44 His children's book Holes earned him a 1999 Newbery Medal
45 After being extended around 244 B.C. this famous ancient road ended in Brindisi in the heel of Italy
46 The Infiniti QX60: ooh baby baby it's this Cat Stevens classic
47 With hard work & strong acid you can get the original metals from alloys like this partner of zinc out of brass
48 This Brit was known for his hole-y abstract sculptures like Recumbent Figure
49 Called Danzig in German this Polish port city was the birthplace of the Solidarity labor union
50 Fidelity Investments: this British band's More Than This


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1 Alabama 1968: This American Independent Party candidate
2 Maria Sibylla Merian advanced entomology in 1705's book this process of the Insects of Surinam which she illustrated
3 Charlie Chaplin banded together with 3 other moviemakers to found this studio in 1919
4 These brothers made their first public hot air balloon demonstration in southern France in 1783
5 It's the area where a company's top executives all have their offices
6 A scene from The Final Problem find Sherlock Holmes tussling with Moriarty on cliffs above these falls
7 Mississippi & South Carolina 1952
8 Jack Miner a pioneer of doing this to track birds began a tradition of adding Bible verses to create flying missionaries
9 Seen here Louis B. Mayer signs Clark Gable's Gone with the Wind contract with this studio Gable's home from 1931 to 1954
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