That sounds like an extremely high jeopardy situation to me.
no record of either name as a contestant on Jeopardy
Not someone connected with the game show Jeopardy
Yes that was how they decided the name
Did not even see the name as a Contestant on Jeopardy at the Jeopardy Archive related link
What is the Question was to be the name of the show
His name is not present in the Jeopardy Archive under that spelling. There are years of Jeopardy shows and not every show is present in the Jeopardy Archive and none of the shows from the earlier (pre 1980)Jeopardy network shows are in the Jeopardy Archive.
Ken Jennings is the guy I think you are trying to remember. He is a Mormon from Utah and won an inordinate amount of time, I forget the actual number..but won over a million dollars I believe. No doubt something about it would be on the Jeopardy website, or they could tell you more info if you wanted it.
Think is the name of the Main Theme Music
Not with that spelling of the last name in the search of the Jeopardy archive. see related link
The name must be misspelled as I cannot find any contestant with that name in the Jeopardy archive
Until you lose. One guy was on there for 41 days and made millions!
The name of the IBM computer was Watson.
Research of the Name Beduhn or a question on the accuracy or accurate translation of the bible is not present in the Jeopardy Archive of Jeopardy programs. The question may belong to the Bible Jeopardy site rather than a question about the Jeopardy show.
The Greg Kihn Band said "Our Love's In Jeopardy". Jeopardy is also the name of the song.
his name is guy
Guy Lux's birth name is Maurice Guy.
Guy Masterson's birth name is Guy Mastroianni.
Guy Peires's birth name is Guy Peires.
Guy Gilles's birth name is Guy Chiche.
Guy Grosso's birth name is Guy Sarrazin.
Jeopardy does not reuse Final Jeopardy clues. However, due to the category and wording of a Final Jeopardy clue, it is possible to have duplicated Final Jeopardy questions. An example of this would be the episodes of March 18, 2008 and September 23, 2009. Though very different clues, the response to each is 'Who is Guy Fawkes?' There have been instances where answers/questions have been reused in the regular rounds of Jeopardy. Also, the writers have been known to take answers that remained unopened at the end of a round and turned those answers into a hodgepodge category in single or double jeopardy in a later episode.