Jeopardy! is one of the longest running shows on TV, debuting in 1964. In the time it's been on television, there have been several answers (remember, on Jeopardy! contestants give the question, not answer) with a question pertaining to the Cedar Valley. I bet you'll get 'em all right.

So, for fun, let's take a look at our area history on Jeaoprady! You can click on the show name/date to see all of the answers and questions from that episode.

WATERLOO

#6360, aired 2012-04-20THE MIDWEST $8,000 (Daily Double): This river passes through Waterloo, Iowa as well as through the cities named for its falls & rapids
#5215, aired 2007-04-20ILLINOIS, IOWA OR INDIANA $800: One of the world's largest tractor factories can be found in this state's city of Waterloo
#5197, aired 2007-03-27MY KIND OF TOWN $800: In 1851 Prairie Rapids, Iowa was renamed this for the Belgian site of Napoleon's last defeat
#5035, aired 2006-06-30FIRST LADIES' FATHERS $800: Charles D. Henry, a Waterloo, Iowa banker
#3409, aired 1999-06-03COUNTY SEATS $300: This Iowa city, the seat of Black Hawk County, has a name Wellington would remember

CEDAR FALLS

#7, aired 2020-01-14STUMP TOWN $200: In the names of Iowa cities, this tree precedes Falls & Rapids
#6360, aired 2012-04-20THE MIDWEST $8,000 (Daily Double): This river passes through Waterloo, Iowa as well as through the cities named for its falls & rapids
#5601, aired 2009-01-05WOOD YOU OR WOODN'T YOU? $400: This word precedes Falls & Rapids in Iowa city names
#641, aired 1987-05-25WOOD ON THE MAP $300: Cities in Iowa are named for the falls & rapids of this river

(Via J! Archive)