2. In the NATO phonetic alphabet (alpha, bravo, etc.), the two that are title Shakespearean characters.
3. In 1582 the born Ugo Buocompagni proclaimed this solar dating system still used today.
4. Josephine Cochrane's 1886 version of this consisted of a copper boiler, wire baskets, and a pump.
5. The almost four-decade collaboration of these two Germans began in Pareis in 1844.
6. In 1826 Daniel Webster eulogized these two men by saying, "They took their flight together to the world of spirits."
7. This 1973 thriller was re-released in 2000 with extra footage, including a scene in which Ritalin is prescribed.
8.3 In 1901 U.S. Surgeon General Walter Wyman helped establish a hospital in Hawaii for this disease.
9. "I am the Rose of Sharon" and "When you know your name, you should hang on to it" are from two different books titled this.
10. This title character's full name is Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkle Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs.
1. What is Listerine?
2. Who are Romeo and Juliet?
3. What is the Gregorian Calendar?
4. What is a dishwasher?
5. Who are Marx and Engels?
6. Who are Jefferson and Adams?
7. What is The Exorcist?
8. What is leprosy?
9. What is Song of Solomon, from the Bible and by Toni Morrison?
10. Who is the Wizard of Oz?
MISSED A FEW?
Don't feel too bad. So did Jennings, specifically: 2. ( he guessed Othello and Hamlet); 5 (he wrote "Who is Hi, Mindy"—a reference to his wife); 6. (he guessed Lewis and Clark); and 9. (he drew a blank). In each case, though, Jennings had won enough before Final Jeopardy that missing the last question was irrelevant.