The Artful Dodger wrote:I've checked out Wipeout a few times and it is hilarious, even the corny humor proves to be worth more than a chuckle.
I like Jeopardy also. Growing up, it used to be one of those family traditions to play along with the show and the unfortunate part about it was I grew that trivia wizard reputation because I'd just go on a roll most times. Even the hardest opera clues, I got without thinking. Then, that provokes the inevitable question from my mom and pop (and relatives if they were visiting) to try out for the show. Being somewhat of an underachiever, I didn't really care to try out for the teen or college tournaments as the years rolled on. As a youth and teen, I just didn't want people to think of me as just some kind of machine that kept rolling out the right answer and it was something I struggled with in my childhood. When I tried out the online test a few years ago, I admit to being a bit flustered. I had a wonderful audiovisual memory back then and I still do, but I wish I could just recapture that sharpness. I watch the show from time to time though and the answers just aren't automatic like they used to.