Looks like everyone is about to get a little smarter.
People can not get enough of the fact he long-running game show Jeopardy hosted by Alex Trebek is now available on Netflix. We’ll take binge watching for $400. What is hours and hours of wasted time sitting you your couch?
It seems one can never have enough useless knowledge.
You guys. They have JEOPARDY on Netflix now!!! This is not a drill ???????????????????????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/84mTOWCkLE
— Nathan McDermott (@natemcdermott) November 9, 2018
Did not know Jeopardy was on Netflix. Off to acquire more useless knowledge.
— Caitlin E. O'Conner (@CaitOConner) November 15, 2018
Useless, until you go on Jeopardy and win $14,600!!!
— Holli (@holli) November 16, 2018
Well yeah, there is that.
"What I will binge on next for 200 Alex"
— WhippetRun (@WhippetRun) November 15, 2018
Let’s move it along folks.
Jeopardy being on Netflix now fulfills my lifelong dream of being able to fast forward through contestant’s personal stories of their passion for European board games and the times they were a space camp counselor
— Bailey Angle (@baileyangle) November 8, 2018
here’s a fun drinking game, watch jeopardy on netflix and drink every time you get an answer wrong
— claire (@claireekmm) November 14, 2018
You mean like this?
“blacked out in under an hour” for 500 Alex.
— Austin McCray (@austinostrom) November 16, 2018
I’m dead now so thanks
— Sprunti (@KingSprunti) November 15, 2018
I'm drunk just reading this
— BERT (@dertybertywerty) November 15, 2018
No joke people are stoked about this.
old episodes of Jeopardy on Netflix got me like: pic.twitter.com/Irm9kScpOq
— Conner Plant (@connerplant) November 15, 2018
Ask me how much Jeopardy I’ve watched since it hit Netflix. The answer is all of it. All of the Jeopardy.
— pls (@poojasubb) November 15, 2018
No. The answer is, “what is all of the jeopardy.”
— Tom Griffin (@tgriff716) November 16, 2018
Here are some Cliff notes.
things i've learned from mainlining jeopardy on netflix
1. The revolutionary war admiral is always John Paul Jones
2. The 19th century American photographer is always Matthew Brady
3. The English king is always George III
4. If it's not Edinburgh, it's Glasgow
— Matthew Zeitlin (@MattZeitlin) November 15, 2018
As a former J contestant, you’re halfway to passing the contestant test now. Just find all the other repeating clues they give!
— Lee DiGeorge (@RunTheStairs) November 16, 2018
We so have this.
H/T: Twitter Moment