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  1. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    Ain't that the truth! Ugh. I could figure out the RHOA one, but a couple of the other shows I had never heard of. Thanks for the info. I always wondered if they did the makeup. I assumed they did but wasn't sure. I can't remember what was in the clue, but when she said this, I thought it sounded wrong. I'll have to rewatch. TSs I got were Burt Lancaster, Shogun, and The Decameron. FJ was easy, though I hadn't heard about that picture being renamed after the shredding. Frank impressed me with his Italian knowledge.
  2. Match Game

    I'm really annoyed by the extroverted, loud, hyped-up contestants. It's obvious the show wants them to act larger than life, but I prefer more low-key ones. I don't know why Alec liked the Siegfried and Roy question so much. My half-hearted answer was 'tiger treats.' At least I matched with Joel. I thought Jason Biggs answer of 'magazines' was very good for the Cosmopolitan question. I said 'booze,' but his answer seemed to fit the Dumb Dora type better.
  3. Hee! Any excuse for NOM-NOM-NOM from Trevor. There were a few lines from last night that I really liked. One was that the Pentagon was downgraded to a square (w/graphic). Also, "Trump loves Wall Street. He thinks that's where you buy a wall." And the stage instructions on Trump's State of the Union address: "finger gun, bouncy ball finger gun, draw the blinds, bring it home with the accordian."
  4. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    Although I would have loved to see Jill win, I don't mind the new champ. I know his swaying probably irked people here, but I really don't mind it. Anyway, he seems like a nice guy and had a good range of knowledge.
  5. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I envy you your memory. I just have bits and pieces from here and there. :( Well, Jill. You gave me no opportunity to make fun of you. :D You were great! Sorry you didn't win -- Silver Medal though, as Driad said, so congratulations. BTW, I always wonder when someone buzzes and gets in again and again and again. In this case it was Anneke. Was she just able to beat you two to the punch? As for me, I got Tito's, which I first saw on a visit to Austin and then noticed it ever since, and bishops. For one clue I thought Longfellow but wasn't confident about it. I was surprised that was right. I didn't get FJ. I was lost. I didn't pick up on "Christian," though I guess subconsciously that finally led me to Easter Island. Oh well.
  6. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I guess I haven't seen a photo of Stowe that stuck with me. This one brought Mary Shelley to mind (though they don't really look alike), but she's English so I ended up having no guess.
  7. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I wasn't sure about Hoover's philosophy, but since FDR did the New Deal I thought that didn't sound like something he would say. Therefore, Hoover seemed a pretty good choice. Good game. The Movie Occupation category, though, was way too easy.
  8. I hadn't heard that Lincoln "lesson" from Trump before. Yikes. It was worse than a 3rd grader's history report. Trevor's impressions of Trump always crack me up. And I loved when he ran around the studio yelling "AWWWWWWWWWW!" after the oh-snap joke. For some reason I had taken Drunk History off my recording list. I think some of the episodes from last season just hadn't impressed me much. But after seeing this episode (and some commercials) I put it back on. I hope it doesn't disappoint.
  9. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    Ah, I didn't think of it that way. However, re-reading the clue -- This U.S. president helped broker the 1998 Wye River memorandum between Israeli & Palestinian leaders -- I think it sounds much more like something a President would do rather than a former President. Seems like going with Carter as a former President who goes on diplomatic missions was overthinking it. But anyway, I guess I can see that way of thinking now.
  10. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I was kind of appalled when Anneke said Carter for who was President in 1998. I'm hoping it was just a brain fart as she blanked on that other "C" President, Clinton. I think there was another answer of hers that made me shake my head. I got Carrie Fisher and the DD of Sousa. FJ was pretty easy.
  11. S09.E12: The Helen Hunt

    Me too. She was awful. Have we seen her before? Kathleen was a great character. She can come back anytime. I know that Tina went overboard trying to get Kathleen and Teddy together, but I liked that she saw a connection immediately. It might not be a budding romance, but they can at least be friends. It's nice seeing Teddy be competent and relatively normal.
  12. Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I may be wrong, but I think 'tilt' was in the clue. Looking forward to making fun of you. :D
  13. Very nice episode. Loved seeing Ben Whipshaw's old commercial. Best of all was seeing Lin-Manuel do part of Hamilton. It always surprises me how Boy George/Culture Club don't look like their music sounds.
  14. What is...In the Media?

  15. Match Game

    I think the problem made have been that she was consulting with others, which absolutely makes no sense since she, by herself, was matching the contestants. Oh well. I still hate that Monitor Match, or whatever it's called. It's pointless and stupid. Also, since the first one showed Alec holding a giant cellphone, I figured the user had to be a giant person. I went with Jolly Green Giant. I certainly understand saying Kim Kardashian for butt-dialing, but then why show a giant phone? I thought of two answers for the" ___ in a bottle" match: genie and time. I went with genie. Message didn't occur to me.