11 Jeopardy! Clues March 9, 2017
Here are 6 triple stumpers from the 3-9-2017 Jeopardy! match.
MOVIE TITLE PAIRS ($1000) In 1941, before Brad and Angelina, the movie’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith were Robert Montgomery and this actress
SCIEN-“T”IFIC ($600) This line that separates light and dark sections of moon’s disk disappears when the moon is full, but it’ll be back
STRAIGHT ($1000) Adding these 5 letters to the beginning of “linear” gives you a word meaning “formed by straight lines”
PATCHES ($800) On a space shuttle mission patch, the 7 and the orbiting capsule pay home to this earlier project
DIALECTS ($2000) “Rules of the Florentine Language” was an early grammar book of this Italian dialect printed in the 1400s.
NIXON’S ENEMIES LIST ($2000) Several senators took up spots including Walter Mondale, William Proxmire and this man from Maine
The players got all these clues in ’90s R&B HITMAKERS:
($400) “No, I don’t want no scrub, a scrub is a guy that can’t get no love from me.”
($800) “I’ll make love to you, like you want me to, and I’ll hold you tight, baby all through the night, I’ll make love to you”
($1200) First, a hintt, & now– “don’t be shy girl, rescue me, I wanna sex you up, open up your heart & I’ll set your free”
($1600) “No, you’re never gonna get it (sweet lovin’), never ever gonna get it (my lovin’), no, you’re never gonna get it”
($2000) “I’m kinda buzzed & it’s all because (this is how we do it), South Central does it like nobody does (this is how we do it)”
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