Everyone is talking Jeopardy this week because of the "Greatest of All Time" episodes, and it got us thinking about New Jersey Jeopardy questions.

We thought this would be a good time to revisit the time that the New Jersey Hall of Fame was a category on Jeopardy. Let's see how many of these Garden State questions you would have gotten right.

Nearly a year ago, this past February 8th to be exact, the New Jersey Hall of Fame category made it's appearance on Jeopardy, so here are the questions as posted on njarts.net. See how many you would have gotten right.

$200 Sitting Bull called her ‘Little Sure Shot’ in the 19th Century. New Jersey called her Hall-worthy in the 21st.

$400 This ex-Daily Show host was born in New York City, but was raised in New Jersey, part of ‘The great Jewish emigration of 1963.

$600 (DAILY DOUBLE) The 2016 induction ceremony could have been called ‘Live With This Female Honoree From Camden County.

$800 Alphabetically, this early American pamphleteer immediately preceded Joe Piscopo as 2013 honorees.

$1000 This 19th century author and creator of Natty Bumppo got the call in 2015.

Here are some hints. Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi were not answers to any of the questions. Give them your best shot before you scroll down, because we're about to let you know what the answers are.

Full disclosure here, the only ones I knew without a little help were $400 and $800. I hope you did better than I did.

Alright, here we go...here are the correct answers to the questions.

$200 Annie Oakley

$400 Jon Stewart

$600 Thomas Paine

$800 Kelly Ripa

$1000 James Fenimore Cooper.

You can find some great Garden State info and list of Hall of Fame members at the New Jersey Hall of Fame website.

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