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Jeopardy! 2016 Power Players Superlatives

Louis C.K.

Most Likely to Repeat What He Just Said
Al Franken

Most Inexplicable Winner
Lara Logan

Most Out of Sorts
Anderson Cooper

The Not-Quite-Wolf Blitzer Award (as he had the good sense to hardly ring in)
Michael Steele


Louis C.K. crushes Jeopardy's Power Players, Anderson Cooper sinks and Jonathan Franzen loves birds

When it comes to television this week, all you really need to be aware of is the mess that has been Jeopardy’s Power Players: a vast assortment of smart people who have been competing not only for charity but to reaffirm their own expansive egos and bountiful knowledge in all of the things. 732 more words


Louis C.K., Jonathan Franzen, More to Compete on 'Jeopardy'

Jeopardy is a classic, cool show, and it’s got that great set and that beautiful host, Alex Trebek. In the world of game shows, it’s truly timeless. 197 more words


Lara Logan and the BIG MISTAKE

Lara Logan a “big time” journalist promoted to top-dog seemingly too soon by her CBS executives made a huge mistake October 27th 2013. Logan became the Chief Foreign Correspondent in three years and two years later the top Correspondent of 60 Minutes, here is where she threw the journalistic principle of fact-checking out the window and no media critic, journalist or the nation will let her live it down. 1,088 more words

There's only one real Jeopardy 'Power Player,' and his name is Alex Trebek, a true Canadian icon

The first of the loyalists took position at 7:30 in the morning. A brutally cold April rain may make daffodils droop, but it cannot daunt these hearty troops. 1,433 more words


Lara Logan explains the ''Taharrush rape game''

Journalist Lara Logan was attacked in Egypt in 2011 while reporting on the Arabic Spring – which put the Muslim Brotherhood into government… Suddenly the camera batteries went dead… 20 more words


Your word of the day: Taharrush

Give Women the Right to Defend Themselves
by Geert Wilders and Machiel de Graaf
January 13, 2016

“Cultural enrichment” has brought us a new word: Taharrush… 115 more words

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