10 Jeopardy! Questions Only Star Wars Fans Can Answer
Think you know Star Wars? Put your knowledge to the ultimate test with these real Star Wars questions from Jeopardy!
These Star Wars questions actually appeared on Jeopardy!
Star War fans who were alive in the ’70s may recall May 4, 1979, when Margaret Thatcher became the UK’s Prime Minister and an ad ran that said, “May the Fourth Be With You, Maggie. Congratulations.” Fast forward to May 4, 2011, when the first celebration of Star Wars Day was organized in Toronto, of all places!
Throughout the years, Star Wars fans have channelled their inner Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia to celebrate George Lucas’ iconic universe. Since fans will be looking for novel ways to honour the day in these unprecedented times, we thought it would be fun to play a round of Star Wars Jeopardy!
The first 10 words on the screen at the beginning of the film
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Sam Sanker, a high school sophomore from North Bergen, New Jersey, asked the correct question, “A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away?” on the show on Tuesday, February 23, 1999.
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The only actor to perform in all the Star Wars movies is Anthony Daniels, who plays this character
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Alan Dunn, a software development manager from Johns Creek, Georgia, knew the correct question was, “Who is C-3PO?” The show aired on November 6, 2019, and was part of the 2019 Tournament of Champions.
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Slave I was the spaceship used by this notorious bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe
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“Who was Boba Fett?” was the correct response from Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Atlanta. The show aired on March 29, 2019.
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In Star Wars, the language of Greedo the bounty hunter is this language of S. America’s Andean regions
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The correct response was, “What is Quechua?” The question was a triple stumper on the show that aired on March 4, 2004.
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You have a Star Wars version of this classic board game?! Look, Hoth & Bespin are on either side of the Jail space!
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Emily Brown, a pastor from Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, answered, “What is Monopoly?” which was the correct response. The show aired on September 18, 2018.
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What The Phantom Menace is to the original Star Wars movie
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Neil Uspal, a pediatric emergency medicine physician from Seattle, buzzed in with the correct question, “What is a prequel?” on January 20, 2017.
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Star Wars Day is unofficially celebrated on this date that echoes a famous quote from the movie
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The correct response from Colby Burnett, a high school world history teacher from Chicago, “What is May the Fourth?” was met with laughter. The show was aired on February 26, 2013, the final game two of the 2013 Tournament of Champions.
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“The Star Wars Cookbook” includes recipes for Wookiee Cookies & this pop drink named for a Jedi master
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None of the contestants knew the correct response, “What is a Yoda soda?” when the show aired on Wednesday, May 26, 2004.
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This bounty hunter, seen as a child in Episode II, is actually a clone of his father, Jango
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Corrie Loeffler, who was a junior at Azusa Pacific University from Los Banos, California, answered correctly with the question, “Who was Boba Fett?” The show was the 2002 College Championship quarterfinal game four which was held on November 14, 2002.
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This spaceship was originally modelled after a hamburger with an olive next to it
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In the game on January 28, 2002, Steve Sanders, then a graduate student from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, knew the correct question: “What was Millennium Falcon?”
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