Jeopardy September 25 2021 answers

On this page you will find the Jeopardy September 25 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 The longest venomous snake is the king type of this
2 Jerusalem was captured during the first of these campaigns in the 1090s
3 Before a football game fans gather for this type of party seen here
4 A home run with 3 players on base
5 Chopped & Girl Meets Farm are served up here on your dial
6 Here's a Fifth served up by this musician & completed in 1808
7 This Canadian province is completely surrounded by water
8 By the 13th century Visby in Sweden had become one of the richest cities in Europe & an important member of this league
9 A trip to Hawaii might include this traditional feast with music hula dancing & food like poi & kalua pig
10 This stretchy polyurethane fabric was introduced in the late 1950s
11 Where Whitesnake & ZZ Top once ruled this channel now has Revenge Prank & Jersey Shore: Family Vacation
12 One end of Interstate 5 is in the former salmon canning center of Blaine in this state
13 In 1959 AT&T targeted women with this product that came in pastel colors
14 Before she married the soon-to-be English King Henry II this woman of Aquitaine had been married to King Louis VII of France
15 As seen here these parties were once all the rage
16 It's another word for a candlemaker
17 Also a fan of using an exclamation point like we do this network started keeping up with The Bradshaw Bunch in 2020
18 In Monty Python & the Holy Grail this character tries to toss the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch by counting One two five!
19 This novelist switched to his paternal ancestors in the book Queen with his enslaved grandma the title character
20 Thomism is theology & philosophy based on the works of this medieval scholar seen here
21 At this Latin American celebration the 15-year-old honoree gets her last doll a symbol of the transition to adulthood
22 An example from Merriam-Webster: She decided with reckless this to quit her job & move to Tahiti
23 Black Sails & American Gods are originals from this heavenly sounding channel
24 In 2008 this German carmaker rolled out its 5 millionth 5 Series a black sedan
25 A 1938 performance by this King of Swing with his band marked one of the first-ever major integrated concerts
26 In 1329 David II became the Scottish king but at age 5 struck less fear into foes than this predecessor his father
27 Similar to a seminar this small conference derives its name from Greek words meaning to drink together
28 A soldier's over-the-shoulder broad belt with small loops to hold cartridges
29 Bargain Mansions & Fixer to Fabulous are listed on this channel
30 Shakespeare liked to write in this from the Greek for 5 & measure
31 Naples has survived eruptions of this nearby volcano most recently in 1944
32 Phileas Fogg had without suspecting it gained one day on his journey and this merely because he had traveled constantly eastward
33 With claws retracted the paw of this furry animal Panthera leo doesn't look so scary
34 Taiwan-born Jerry Yang co-created Jerry & David's Guide to the World Wide Web which became this Internet giant!
35 Wayne Newton says Thank you very much for making this German title a signature tune
36 Refringent means relating to this bending of light & sound waves that pass from one medium to another
37 This northwestern seaport where Columbus was likely born is at the center of the Italian riviera
38 No one believes more firmly than comrade Napoleon that all animals are equal
39 Ya dirty polecat! This animal can accurately target its noxious spray 6 feet away
40 Honored on a 2021 stamp Chien-Shiung Wu was best known for her work on this secret program to build the first atomic bomb
41 It's a drum it's a dance it's Miami Sound Machine's signature song
42 The Latin root of journey also gave us this word for a temporary visit
43 Home to many fine palaces & churches this city hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics
44 We would not talk of Manderley I would not tell my dream. For Manderley was ours no longer
45 This wild dog also known as the prairie wolf can speed along at 43 miles per hour
46 Not a fan of rock music he initially turned down the job of designing the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
47 Charlie Daniels spun the tale of a confident fiddle player in this tune he called his signature song
48 In Japan a standard way to indicate room size is with the number of these woven straw mats; 6 is medium size
49 Catherine de Medici was queen of France & the mother of 3 French kings but was born in this Tuscan city
50 One man's life or death were but a small price to pay for the acquirement of the knowledge which I sought
51 A kangaroo family member the alliterative whiptail this likes to get its water from vegetation rather than drinking
52 She won Olympic gold in 1992 & in 1998 was inducted into the U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame
53 A bio of John Fogerty says this CCR signature song shifts Northern Californian experiences to a southern setting
54 The adjective form of a word for an expert craftsman it tells you that cheese was lovingly handmade
55 5 provinces make up this historic peninsular region known as the toe of Italy's boot
56 I was no longer a master but an animal among the animals under the Martian heel
57 Varieties of this semi-aquatic cutie are the sea small-clawed & the 6-foot-long giant types in South America
58 Steven Chu who shared a 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics served as secretary of this cabinet department from 2009 to 2013
59 Vince Neil has called this tune about a drug dealer Mötley Crüe's signature song
60 A hillside cable railway; in the novel The Mysteries of Pittsburgh it's one of a character's favorite words


"Jeopardy!" is a classic game show -- with a twist. The answers are given first, and the contestants supply the questions. Three contestants, including the previous show's champion, compete in six categories and in three rounds (with each round's "answers" being worth more prize money). In the third round, "Final Jeopardy," the contestants can name their own jackpot -- as long as it's within the amount of money they've already earned. If a player finishes the second round with zero dollars, they are eliminated from "Final Jeopardy." The first version of "Jeopardy!," which aired from 1964 to 1975 on NBC, was hosted by Art Fleming. Alex Trebek is the current host; he began with the program in 1984 (at the start of its syndicated run).

Latest Questions

# Questions
1 Erasmus referred to Thomas More as omnium horarum homo this play title
2 Before lending his voice to many Pixar projects this New Englander did one of the few actual Boston accents on Cheers
3 HD 209458b was the first planet discovered via this eclipse-like event where planets cross in front of stars
4 Tralfamadorians & (God bless you) Eliot Rosewater
5 White offers to let black capture a queenside pawn in this royal-sounding chess opening shown here
6 Early in the Arab Spring this country's Jasmine Revolution was named for the country's national flower
7 This 1950s TV show had 4 women each with a tale of woe competing for the temporary royal title
8 She got the feel of her Brooklyn accent in The Wolf of Wall Street by waving her nails around as if they were still wet from a manicure
9 In 1675 he discovered a division within Saturn's rings which he declared to be made up of little moonlets
10 Charles Lindbergh & Sophie Portnoy a good smother... I mean a good mother! 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