Here’s Every Final Jeopardy! Round Question About Michigan [LIST]
How Does That Theme Song Go Again?
I just wanted to get that "earworm" stuck in your head. Some fun facts about the Jeopardy! Theme song. It's actually got a name. It's called "Think" and has a very interesting story.
The music was not originally written for Jeopardy! In fact, Griffin wrote the 30-second jingle in 1963 to help his five-year-old son Tony fall asleep. He called it "A Time for Tony" and he told the New York Times that he wrote it in less than a minute. (CBC)
The iconic game show with the ultra recognizable theme song also has a certain fondness for the mitten state. Especially when it comes to Final Jeopardy!.
We've done all the hard work for you and amassed a list of every Final Jeopardy! Round question about Michigan.
Ready to put that big brain of yours to work? Let's get to it.
There's a ton of geography, Great Lakes, Upper Peninsula, General Motors, and Gerald R. Ford questions in there.
Peep out the gallery below and let us know how you did answering these Michigan Final Jeopardy! questions.
Please remember to phrase your answers in the form of a question.
One more fun tidbit about the Jeopardy! Theme song.
More than 8,000 episodes of Jeopardy! have aired, with daily reruns on multiple networks and a worldwide following thanks to regional adaptations of the show in several countries. Each time that theme song is played, Griffin's estate gets royalties. (He died in 2007.) "That little 30 seconds has made me a fortune, millions," he told the New York Times in 2005. "Probably close to $70-80 million." Since then, that figure is estimated to have surpassed $100 million. (CBC)