OK, so if you missed the wrap up on Tuesday:
If you want more Jeopardy things, then click the "Jeopardy " link under the title of this post, and you will see all the goodness!
I was at a party, graciously hosted by Tiff and Bill, on Monday, so I wasn't tending to my social media. However, that didn't mean that social media didn't have thoughts about me....
So, um, I don't know what that means.
BUT it did give me a great title for my memoir: Absurdly Happy. What do you think? :) There is a subtitle coming. I just don't know what.
And some Tweeters did do a nice job sticking up for me:
Matt wins the prize! :)
Should I change my ringtone to Hello, Dolly? :)
What Alex said to me after the show: He was impressed that I wrote down my answer for Final Jeopardy so quickly. "That was the fastest writing I've ever seen!" So, that can be my claim to fame, beyond all other things.
He also explained why that was the Final Jeopardy question--the Tour is going on right about now. So, it's pertinent.
(I mean, somewhere. Maybe not here--in Columbus it's All Convention, All The Time....)
Someone did recognize me in the grocery store yesterday....
I had a craving for cereal, so I made a quick run to the store. In the cereal aisle, a woman stopped, looked at me, looked at the cereal, looked at me....
Her: Can I ask you a weird question?
Her: Were you just on Jeopardy?
Her: (Squeal--no, I didn't make that up) We watch that every night! We were so happy someone from here was on!
She was very nice. But it was very surreal, being recognized in the cereal aisle.
After my episode wrapped, Mary and I went to the Santa Monica Pier and had lunch. I could've stayed to watch the rest of the day's episodes, but I thought it was time to get out of there....and I really didn't want to see another show that would've had "better" questions air. I didn't need that sort of thing. So we decided to leave right after I signed all the forms. One of the lovely producers called me a taxi, and we headed off to explore.
I don't know if I get a tape of the episode. I sort of hope I do? It's currently on my parents' DVR. :)
It was definitely an excellent experience--one I'm glad I got to do, and I'm so glad that you all got to watch it (or at least, most of you.) It was also nice to bring some positive coverage to the CF community!