Matt Carberry's Jeopardy! page
In the summer of 2014 I started watching America's Favorite Quiz Show regularly again, as the reruns of the Battle of the Decades were airing. This led to a lot of new websites discovered and a lot of Tweeting over the course of Season 31. I've started to compile some data about the show; this page serves as a repository for those pages, as well as important links.
George Alexander Trebek, 1940—2020.
Remembrances from the show, from The Jeopardy! Fan, and from Claire McNear of The Ringer, author of the new book Answers in the Form of Questions, an outstanding history and celebration of our beloved game.
- The show's official site
- Important things from the official site:
- 47 U.S. Code §509, the part of the statute book that makes it a Federal crime to rig a game show (courtesy the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University).
- J! Archive, a fan-created database of games, clues, and players.
- JBoard.tv, the message board for show fans - including many, many former contestants.
- r/Jeopardy, where the show's fans congregate on Reddit.
- Potent Podables, a weekly recap podcast hosted by two former contestants (and of which I am a Patreon supporter).
- The Final Wager. a now dormant site primarily about wagering by Keith Williams, the 2003 College Champion.
- The Jeopardy! Fan - daily recaps, historical features,
and player and fan interviews.
- An archive of Complete the List, TJ!F's podcast game show.
Matt's home page