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  1. What is...In the Media?

    They hired Trebek to moderate the Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Debate https://deadspin.com/alex-trebek-opens-pennsylvania-gubernatorial-debate-wit-1829452557
  2. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    Doug and Andrew looked like twins - same jacket, beard, glasses - which is ironic considering Andrew missed the twins clue. Interesting wagering by Andrew in FJ. By interesting, I mean I think it was a poor wager. But it worked out for him. My initial instinct for FJ was Anna Anna Karenina, but then I second guessed and would have written Madam Bovary. A Kit Carson reference! It's like one of the writers was reading this forum.
  3. S10.E01: I Love a Parade

    Good episode. References to #metoo, Shriners, confetti cannons. Dylan back, which will make a lot of people on this forum happy. Does this mean the British scientist is gone? He was my favorite Haley boyfriend.
  4. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I thought it was going to be something like From Here to Eternity, but that was written by that other WWII author. Here's something wild: per Wikipedia, Herman Wouk is still alive at age 103. He is described as reclusive, but is presumably still alive.
  5. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    You gotta be enthusiastic on game shows! For FJ I thought sapphire, but couldn't connect it to a country. Then I thought turquoise in time so I would have got it. Surprised the contestants all missed itl
  6. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    Wile E. Coyote is my spirit animal. I wonder if they would have accepted just "the coyote". I think they should have (had any contestant written it) but Alex remarked about the (incorrect) spelling Wiley Coyote, so he seemed kind of sticklery.
  7. All Seasons Talk: Dunder-Mifflin HQ

    Creed. - Quality Assurance? Would this be done at a regional branch? Ryan in the later seasons. In the beginning he was a "business analyst" I guess - a job where you attempt to make things more efficient, produce metrics, etc. I don't know if he was doing that in later seasons. Pam after she became "office administrator". I doubt an office of this size would have a full-time office administrator. That job would be split among the branch manager, receptionist (receptionist is not a full-time job), and maybe Ryan.
  8. What is...In the Media?

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  9. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    My local station switched up J! times for the new season. After years of it being on at 4:30, they now show it at 4:00 PM (Central). I tuned in late today and gasped when I saw Alex's beard. I was unspoiled about the beard. Anyway, runaway game. FJ easy to guess.
  10. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    "Facebook Live draft event." How embarrassing if you get picked last. (Not really in a cast of All Stars, but a draft inherently makes somebody come in last place.)
  11. OH MY GOD - THE FACIAL HAIR!
  12. S01.E03: Miss Bareback Buckaroo

    Beverly D'Angelo was quite nice looking years ago and a dynamite comic actress. But the plastic surgery is not doing her any favors. Alyssa Milano, however, is hotter than ever.
  13. Best Looking Woman: Donna (Amy Pietz) Runner up: Susan California (Maura Tierney) Honorable mentions: Pam (in later seasons), Val, Karen Most admirable character: Dwight Runner-up: Creed Most inconsistent character: Ryan Runner-up Darryl
  14. Superstore In the Media

    I can't wait till October!
  15. The Office in the Media

    I've been doing a rewatch of the series (not in order) and came across Scott's Tots yesterday. Don't think I saw it when it first aired. Holy cow, it was cringe-worthy. I actually fast forwarded through parts. Too painful. People point to The Dinner Party as an uncomfortable episode, but that one has nothing on Scott's Tots