I always feel like an idiot when I watch “Jeopardy.” Every once in a while I can correctly answer a question, but for the most part, it’s a lot of me yelling “WHAT IS THE COLD WAR!” at the television, while the contestant correctly answers “What is Harvard University.” Until now…
Tuesday night, Alex Trebek debuted a new category called “& Beyoncé” with nothing but Bey-related questions. For the first time ever, I could have won “Jeopardy”… or at least this category.
After the jump, check out the questions and answers to the Beyonce category and curse yourself for not being a contestant on that one particular show. [Mashable] Keep reading »
“Jeopardy” overlord Alex Trebek built his dream house on Los Angeles’s Mullholland Drive in 1984, decorated it in the finest of tacky ’80s furniture, and then left it as is. He sold the house in 1996, but pretty much nothing’s changed in 30 years. It definitely looks like Otho, the crazy interior decorator from “Beetlejuice,” went wild in there.
If, perchance, this is just your style, and you’ve got $3.9 million to spare, well, this house could be all yours. More pics after the jump. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
I guess sometime in the heyday of his “3rd Rock From The Sun” career, Fantasy Boyfriend Joseph Gordon-Levitt did a stint on “Celebrity Jeopardy.” The oft-maligned “Celeb Jeopardy” gave young JGL the opportunity to wax philosophical on his favorite book, cult teen classic “Catcher in the Rye.” Of course JGL loves “Catcher in the Rye.” Of course. [YouTube]
If I were Lauren, I’d be a little pissed. Heidi gets to be the answer question on Jeopardy? Also, can you hear Alex Trebek saying “duh”? [Fashionista] Keep reading »