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Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time

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Here is the Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time tournament schedule, followed by short bios of the contestants:

Tuesday, Jan. 7 (8-9 PM)
Wednesday, Jan. 8 (8-9 PM)
Thursday, Jan. 9 (8-9 PM)
*Friday, Jan. 10 (8-9 PM)
*Tuesday, Jan. 14 (8-9 PM)
* Wednesday, Jan. 15 (8-9 PM)
* Thursday, Jan. 16 (8-9 PM)
*If necessary (all times ET)

Meet the Competitors:

KEN JENNINGS

Jennings became a household name during his record 74-game winning streak, the longest in Jeopardy! history. His winnings total $3,370,700.

BRAD RUTTER
Rutter is the highest money winner of all time across any television game show, with total Jeopardy! winnings of $4,688,436. He has never lost “JEOPARDY!” to a human opponent.

JAMES HOLZHAUER
Holzhauer holds the record for all 15 of the top single-day winnings records on Jeopardy! and just won the 2019 Tournament of Champions. His winnings total $2,712,216.

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3 minutes ago, SVTContour98 said:

how do you not take the guy who's never lost to another human!!!!!!!

Because if you're rooting for Brad, you should have your head cut off in the town square.

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2 minutes ago, SVTContour98 said:

how do you not take the guy who's never lost to another human!!!!!!!

If I learned anything from the most recent Predator movie, autism is the savoir of our apocalypse. So autism > robots 

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8 minutes ago, juice64011 said:

Tonight is the night James continues his dominance. 

*the lights dim*

That's EMMA BOETTCHER's MUSIC!!!

Image result for girl who beat james holzhauer

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I feel like Jimmy is winning because the other guys are playing his game. Ken and Brad weren't going all in on Daily Doubles until Jeopardy James showed up.

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Those rhyme time categories are brutal, and the triple rhyme time was excruciating. So was the before, middle, and after category. I would love to watch Ken Jennings do a badass crossword puzzle like the Tribune's on Sunday. He would probably do it as fast as he can write.

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Alex keeps trying to act like Brad is a potential problem in this competition . It's pretty obviously that the other two are considerably better at this point. 

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So apparently Ken only needs 1 more win to win the series after last night, and people just noticed that they only have one more night scheduled next week since this is all pre-taped now. Alex's cancer is going to come back with a vengeance if Ken in fact wins. 

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5 hours ago, juice64011 said:

'Jeopardy: Greatest of All Time' getting higher ratings than 2019 NBA Finals, World Series

Baseball has been a dying sport, but it makes me smile to see Jeopardy crushing the NBA. Maybe those morons on the court will realize we don't need them to double as pundits. They're some of the least intelligent people on the planet. Play ball, shut your traps.

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Vegas needs to stay in there lane on bets. They had Brad as the clear favorite going in. Fast forward to this 

 

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On 1/15/2020 at 2:36 PM, TUF said:

Vegas needs to stay in there lane on bets. They had Brad as the clear favorite going in. Fast forward to this 

 

lol, savage AF

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