11 Jeopardy! Clues January 31, 2018

Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 1-31-2018 Jeopardy! match.

THE HUNGARY GAMES ($200) He made his first prototype of his hand-held game in Budapest using 27 wooden blocks

MOCKING JAY ($1000) Stephen A. Smith said of this former “SNL” star’s impression of him: “My style is a little bit more pristine”

PUERTO RICO STRONG ($2000) Written to protect ships from German U-boats, this 1920 Act dealing with shipping was said to be hurting P.R.’s economy in 2017

2-WORD SONG TITLES ($1200) It’s the title & shout-along chorus of a 2012 hit by the Lumineers

($1600) In 2013 Katy Perry was “coming atcha like a” this, perhaps James K. Polk

($2000) This Earth, Wind & Fire hit reminds you “what your life can truly be”

The players got all these clues in the “LOSER!” category:

($400) At the Miss America Pageant, the person who finishes second is the “first” this

($800) Half of a plastic beach shoe, it’s also used of a film that’s a loser at the box office

($1200) Michael Jackson sang, “Beat it, beat it, no one wants to be” this

($1600) Laws that ban a primary election loser from running as an independent in the general are named after this type of loser

($2000) Longfellow titled a poem “Victor and” this “V” word for “loser”

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