And yet no deflated ball joke from Alex Trebek.
CNN reported that Alex Trebek renewed his contract to continue hosting the popular game show Jeopardy! through 2018. Sony Pictures Television has confirmed that Trebek will stay put for now. Two more years have been added to his contract...Show More Summary
In what made for one very awkward game-show moment, Jeopardy contestant Tom blurted out an answer he probably regretted immediately. Host Alex Trebek said, "In common law, the age of this, signaling adulthood, is presumed to be 14 in boys and 12 in girls." Tom replied, "What is the age of consent?" Ouch. Show More Summary
On a recent episode of the "Jeopardy," host Alex Trebek revealed an answer about puberty, which sounds like it would be uncomfortable enough. Unfortunately for one contestant, his incorrect response took things to a whole new level. It's...Show More Summary
Oh noooooooo... "In common law, the age of this, signaling adulthood, is presumed to be 14 in boys and 12 in girls." "What is the age of consent?" Alex Trebek's response was "no." What he meant was: "NOOOOOOOOOO NO NO NO NO NO NO." The answer is puberty. Nobody got it. h/t Brian McGannon, who also captured Trebek's face after everyone got this clue wrong:
It's answers like these that make me love Jeopardy. The correct question is, of course, "What is self-employed?" I really wish Alex Trebek would have accepted the total tax response, "Who gets 1099 forms?" But I suspect contract killers and those who hire them don't want any paper trail. Show More Summary
Who needs prize money when you could have Alex Trebek at your show?
Alex Trebek dove into some sports ephemera for this answer.
Three more years! YES! Alex Trebek has renewed his "Jeopardy!" contract through 2018. The 74-year-old host has dropped hints that he would retire, triggering a lot of speculation on who might replace him online. The post Alex Trebek renews contract with ‘Jeopardy!’ through 2018 appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Jeopardy! executives are already looking for Alex Trebek's replacement. Anderson Cooper is on the list, but who else do the execs have in mind? The post ‘Jeopardy!’ Shakeup: Here Are the Guys On the Shortlist to Replace Alex Trebek appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.
Alex Trebek, who has been hosting Jeopardy for more than 30 years, just extended his contract through the 2017-2018 season. But in an article for CNN Money this week, Brian Stelter speculated that the 74-year-old couldn't possible hold on to the gig much longer after that.
The contestants did so badly, Alex Trebek didn't even have the heart to condescend to them. The competition is really cooling down. (via YouTube) According to the rules of Jeopardy!, any contestant who is in the red at the end of the Double Jeopardy round is disqualified from participating in Final Jeopardy, and can't win the game. Show More Summary
What is Alex Trebek's crippling disappointment? On the March 12 episode of Jeopardy, only one contestant, Kristin, made it through to the "Final Jeopardy" round, having stayed above a score of $0. See also: The Ultimate 'Jeopardy!' Quiz...Show More Summary
“This is not one of our greatest days,” Alex Trebek admitted.
What happens when two of the three contestants on Jeopardy end up with negative scores after the Double Jeopardy round? Only one person moves on to Final Jeopardy and Alex Trebek admits, "This was not one of our greatest days."
The thought of anyone besides Alex Trebek hosting Jeopardy is virtually incomprehensible. Maybe Will Ferrell could do it but he’d have to be playing Trebek, like he did on Saturday Night Live. Trebek has stood behind the quiz show’sShow More Summary
Despite rumors and hints that he might be retiring from the show, Alex Trebek has re-upped his Jeopardy! contract through the 2018 season. (Ken Jennings, you can pry that hosting job out of his cold dead hands.) The 74-year-old Canadian,...Show More Summary
Television may constantly be in a state of flux, but three things aren't changing, for now anyway. "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek and "Wheel of Fortune" hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White have all signed new contracts with Sony Pictures Television that will keep them on their respective game shows...
One of the most recognizable faces on TV ? with or without a mustache ? is that of Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, and for a while there, it seemed as if his 30+ year career streak might have been ending sooner rather than later. But that's not the case now. Click To Continue Reading
The obligatory round of negotiating-via-press concluded — “game show veteran revealed that he would likely not renew his contract,” “probably won’t return for another round after his contract expires in 2016,” etc. — Sony Pictures Television...Show More Summary