Alex Trebek, the long-time host of the popular American television quiz show “Jeopardy,” suffered a minor heart attack after getting his first wrong answer since the show started in 1984.
“The whole dang audience gasped after he done it wrong.” Said Merle Swellin, a 63 year old camera tech at the show.
According to audience reports, Mr. Trebek coyly snickered at what seemed to be an easy answer derived from the Technology category, and when he turned the card over, his face flushed, something popped, and he hit the floor.
The contests are quoted as hearing, “I can’t believe it.” “What’s going on? “and, “This is impossible!”
The answer was deemed a simple one by the contestants, as they correctly answered, “Google.” Alex apparently, insisted that they were wrong, and the correct answer was, ‘The Google.” He then checked with the judges, turned his card over, fired the nearest intern and collapsed.
“It was horrible, the poor guy hasn’t even used cards since 1986 and since he started using them earlier this year, we all thought it was due to his eyesight, but with the sighs of relief anytime anything from the technology category comes up, it’s 20/20 hindsight… Alex is losing his edge.”
The show will not be released to the general public and industry sources confess this is likely not a Final Jeopardy situation.
Mr. Trebek only suffered a minor heart attack and is recovering at a the hospital. Or is in hospital? If only Alex Trebek were still in good standing we could’ve counted on his once impeccable intelligence.
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