Tag Archives: Jeopardy

TV Time

Our resident hound asked, “If you were approached to write one or more episodes for a TV show (past or present), which show would it be… and why?” Although our television is ON approximately 18 hours each day, I’m not … Continue reading

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Squarely Matching Passwords

“What game show would we be on and how would we do?” is this week’s question. I spent a great deal of time in the 1960s and 70s watching game shows. Those were the Game Show heydays and the airways … Continue reading

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Going for the Big Bucks!

When I was little, my parents were religious watchers of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. While I enjoyed guessing the puzzles on Wheel of Fortune, I loved Jeopardy. Finding a way to use the random trivia I had accumulated was … Continue reading

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“I’ll Take Forgetful Authors for $400, Alex.”

This week, one of the foxes asked a question about game shows: “What one would you be on and how would you do?” It just so happens that on the odd occasion that I feel like watching television – which … Continue reading

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Games Kids Played

Games / Activities from my Childhood By Jeff Salter I interpreted this topic to be about the games we played as kids, whether we enjoyed them back then, and if we’d still want to play them. Conversely, were there any … Continue reading

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