History Funny / JEOPARDY

24th May '16 2:58:42 PM Plactus
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* May 23, 2016: 5-time champion Buzzy Cohen in a lock scenario for Final Jeopardy! writes "What is See You Tomorrow, Trebek!" as his response.

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* May 23, 23-24, 2016: 5-time champion Buzzy Cohen in a lock scenario for Final Jeopardy! writes "What is See You Tomorrow, Trebek!" as his response.response. He kept the theme going the next day (also a lock game) with "You Aren't Rid of Me Yet, Trebek!"
23rd May '16 4:28:30 PM KoopaKid17
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* May 23, 2016: 5-time champion Buzzy Cohen in a lock scenario for Final Jeopardy! writes "What is See You Tomorrow, Trebek!" as his response.
1st May '16 6:44:13 AM KoopaKid17
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* The default incorrect response on the Genesis versions: [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar XXX]].

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* The default incorrect response that the computer players give on the Genesis versions: [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar XXX]].
1st May '16 6:43:15 AM KoopaKid17
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1st May '16 6:43:10 AM KoopaKid17
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* The default incorrect response on the Genesis versions: [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar XXX]].
* The Sony Imagesoft release on the PC is the earliest to have computer players give realistic incorrect responses. However, they will sometimes ring in and say things like "It's on the tip of my tongue" or "Umm."
3rd Mar '16 10:21:46 PM SpukiKitty
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** Oddly enough; Though Jennings was officially wrong, he was ''technically'' right.
2nd Feb '16 12:13:51 AM Green_lantern40
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* Circa 1972: Gene Shalit tackles a Daily Double in a...unique way. [[note]](Seen on the 1975 Creator/{{NBC}} GrandFinale, its origin is unknown and possibly destroyed.)[[/note]]

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* Circa 1972: Gene Shalit tackles a Daily Double in a...unique way. [[note]](Seen on the 1975 Creator/{{NBC}} GrandFinale, its origin original episode is unknown and possibly destroyed.)[[/note]]
7th Jan '16 5:19:47 PM IncoG5nito
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[[folder:Video game adaptations]]
* Some of the contestant sprites on the oldest platforms, especially when they get questions wrong. The MS-DOS version has a raggedy old lady that ''slams her head down on the podium''.
* Computer players on the NES port will occasionally buzz in and [[SymbolSwearing very rapidly type a bunch of punctuation marks on the screen.]] [[note]]However, the gibberish will frequently take the form of the correct question with two or three of the actual letters in place - this could actually help the human player(s) come up with the right response.[[/note]]
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10th Dec '15 2:52:28 PM Andrew_Maltani
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* November 17, 2015: On this Tournament of Champions semi-finals game, everyone got stumped on Final Jeopardy. While two of the contestants tried to answer, the other said, "What is Aleve", a reference to the Aleve ads that always run before Final Jeopardy which, to add to the humor, do not run during tournaments.

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* November 17, 2015: On [[http://www.j-archive.com/showgame.php?game_id=5100 this Tournament of Champions semi-finals game, game]], everyone got stumped on Final Jeopardy. While two of the contestants tried to answer, the other Alex Jacob said, "What is Aleve", a reference to the Aleve ads that always run before Final Jeopardy which, to add to the humor, do not run during tournaments.
7th Dec '15 2:02:34 PM AjWargo
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** ...and he, after revealing the correct answer, says to the auidence, "Don't they always do that?"
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