Proverb vs Proverb

DH & I love watching Jeopardy. Ever since we got a DVR, he records each new episode. The show airs right smack at dinner time/bath time/ bed time routines for the kids so we don't get to watch it at its regular airing.

Anyway, last week, there was a category "Proverb vs Proverb" that I thought was really funny and witty. Here are some of the proverbs pitted against each other. I've revised the clues to reflect the correct answer, ok?

1. "He who hesitates is lost" but aren't I supposed to "Look before you leap?"

2. If the "Pen is mightier than the sword," why the heck so "actions speak louder than words?"

3. "Opposites attract" but "birds of a feather flock together?" Huh?