Can you answer these real Jeopardy! questions about The Three Stooges?

Make sure you're "soiten" before picking the correct answer.

Compared to most game shows, Jeopardy! serves up some rather academic questions. Categories dive into subjects like English poetry, world history and classical music. Meanwhile, host Alex Trebek loves demonstrating his pronunciation of foreign tongues. He really leans into those accents. 

But every once in a while, Trebek has been known to toss in a "Soitenly!" or "Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk!" Because, yes, the highbrow Jeopardy! is not above lowbrow comedy. 

The long-running show has twice dedicated categories to The Three Stooges, in 2000 and 2002. The trio has popped up in load of other categories, too. 

We've selected some of our favorite questions related to The Three Stooges. See if you can answer them. Pay attention to the categories!

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AlF 6 days ago
13 for 13! Love me some stooges!
SheriHeffner 8 days ago
12 out of 13. I missed the very last question,
skydog126 10 days ago
#13 might need an asterisk...Dewey, Cheatem and Howe was never mentioned in a Stooge short, although that "law firm" is on posters, etc. with the Stooges.
skydog126 skydog126 10 days ago
Make that #12, not #13...sorry...
My dad's friend was a stock car driver & he needed a certain number of sponsors, so to pad it out he had to make some up. Dewey, Cheetum, & Howe was one of them
MrBill 10 days ago
10/13; missed 9 and the last two. I did not know 9 or 12 but should have remembered my state abbreviations.
Tresix 10 days ago
13/13. I sointenly know my Stooges!
Deepizzaguy 11 days ago
11 out of 13 on the Stooges quiz.
Bobbo Deepizzaguy 11 days ago
Same here!
tclark55 11 days ago
13/13. Back in 1984, I dated a relative of Joe DeRita; I wish I had asked to meet him. Shemp is one of my favorites. He pops up in so many films in the 40s, including some of Abbott and Costello's such as Buck Privates, In the Navy, and Keep 'Em Flying.
MaryHelen 11 days ago
did not know shemp was before curly-- left and came back

NOT A SINGLE QUETION RE LARRY!!!! SHAME SHAME
Doom 11 days ago
12/13. At least everyone from Missouri got the last question right.
Rob 11 days ago
Good quiz! I got the one wrong about the "final new stooge" who made comedy shorts in the 40s. I knew Curly Joe was playing with Moe and Larry in a few films in the 60s, but I didn't think he had a long background in movies. I figured Joe Besser did. The only other one I got wrong was the state abbreviation one - because I was going too fast.
Tony9veto 11 days ago
11/13....should have gotten the other 2..."a wiseguy eh ? "
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