Alex Trebek is no stranger to rapping on Jeopardy!, and America’s favorite former Canadian took on the flow tonight when lyrics to the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song turned up in a first round category. He got in one little fight, and his mom got scared.
I am a Thought Leader of Television, and so I've been asked to ruminate on the Big News that Jeopardy!—yeah! the exclamation point! is officially part of the title!—beat Wheel of Fortune in the ratings a coupla weeks ago, the first time in over a decade, and is this perhaps an indicator that maybe America is trending…
Today's episode of Jeopardy! featured a category of famous rap lyrics. So here's video of Alex Trebek rapping famous lyrics, featuring the words of Dr. Dre, Public Enemy, and Biggie.
Colby Burnett earned his way to Jeopardy's Tournament Of Champions by winning the Teacher's Tournament aired back in November, and in tonight's first final game he cruised to a big victory by being the only contestant to provide the correct response.
Everyone is rightly lauding Leonard Cooper, the winner of the Jeopardy Teen Tournament, as America's coolest high schooler. When Final Jeopardy came around, Leonard didn't know the answer. So he wrote something much better. He wrote,
Several readers have already emailed to alert us to this, and we just had to share it with you. Even Alex Trebek sounds like he's smirking a little. Way to take a swing, Mike.
Solid Verbal presents the highlights of an Oregon-Stanford game, called by Jeopardy's Alex Trebek. The man stays remarkably calm throughout the close game; with Stanford down 45-31 and just over two minutes to play, he somberly tells his viewers, "in crisis mode, it's all going to come down to this, isn't it." Yes,…