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This is Jeopardy

This is Jeopardy.  Let’s meet today’s contestants.  A controversial attorney, conservative columnist, political commentator and noted mieskeyt Anne Vulture.   The Forty-Third President of the United States and failure at many prior business ventures, George W. Bush.  And our returning champion,  an aspiring singer and successful call girl, Ashley Alexandra Dupree. 

 

And now, here is the host of Jeopardy, Alex Trebek!

Thank you Johnny Gilbert, and welcome to another game of Jeopardy!

 

Today’s categories are Famous John’s in history, American Presidents, Talk Radio,   Political Scandals, God and Can’t go to my left.

 

We start today with Ashley.

 

I’ll take Famous John’s for $100.00.

 

The Answer is: This righteous “John” was recently brought down when caught using the services of high priced prostitutes.    Mr. President.

 

Who is Spinster?

 

We’re going to have to rule no!  Anne.

 

Who is Bill Clinton?

 

No! Ash;ey.

 

Who is Number 9?

 

We’ll have to ask the Judges for a ruling on that response.  The Judges rule yes.

 

Ashley you choose.

 

I’ll take Political Scandals for $100.00.

 

The answer is: This President illegally wire tapped his enemies?  Anne

 

Who is Bill Clinton? 

 

No! Ashley.

 

Who is Number 42?

 

No.  Mr. President.

 

Who is me? 

 

Well, it wasn’t the response that we were looking for.  We were looking for, Who was Richard Nixon? But we’ll go to the judges.  The judges rule,  Yes.

 

Now it’s the time of the show where we introduce our guests.

 

Anne Vulture, it says here that you have been described as “Rush Limbaugh in a miniskirt.”  How do you feel about such a description?  

 

This description was obviously made by those 9/11 widows known as “Jersey Girls.”

 

 These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis. These self-obsessed women seemed genuinely unaware that 9/11 was an attack on our nation and acted as if the terrorist attacks happened only to them. I’ve never seen people enjoying their husbands’ deaths so much.

 

Mr. President, you once said about President Putin of Russia “I looked the man in the eye. I was able to get a sense of his soul...”  Based upon recent differences between our nations, do you still feel that way?

Yes, I still have a fine relationship with President Rasputin.

Miss Dupree, you’ve recently been a big item in the news. There are rumors of Photo shoots, books and music contracts.  Did you ever foresee so much notoriety in your life.

No, and I’d like to thank my agent and friend Number 9.

Now back to Jeopardy.  Mr. President the board is yours.

I’ll Take Talk Radio for $500.00.

The answer is: The controversial Talk show host was quoted as saying regarding Michael J. Fox:

"(Fox) is exaggerating the effects of the disease. He's moving all around and shaking and it's purely an act.... This is really shameless of Michael J. Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting."  Ashley

Who is number 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18?

We’ll have to go to the Judges.  The Judges rule Yes!

 

The show goes on.  Anne Vulture answers 14 questions, “Who is Bill Clinton?”  
But,   somehow she still managed to go into the final round with $500.00.

The President mispronounces his wife’s name and is in negative money for the 
final round, therefore he is eliminated.

Ashley Dupree is in the lead with $19,500.00, virtually guaranteeing a victory.

 

 

Trebek: The final Jeopardy category is Democrats.   The Answer is:  Seemingly guaranteed the election, by the corrupt failings of the Republican Party,  the Democratic Party was too inept and still managed to lose this election.

 

Anne, your response is:

                                Never the Republicans have never been corrupt.

 

I’m sorry, that is wrong.  You wagered the full $500.00.  You go home with nothing.

 

Ashley, your response is:

                                         What is Number 9?

 

That makes no sense.  The correct answer was any of the following: What is 1972, 1984, 1988, 2000, 2004 and we would have accepted 2008.   Miss Dupree you wagered $4,300.00.  You will be returning tomorrow to face challengers, former Attorney General, Alberto Gonzalez and radio host Sean Stupidity.

 

 

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