‘Jeopardy!’: Show’s Latest Photo is Every Cat-Lover’s Dream

by Anna Dunn
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Jeopardy! posted a new photo, and it’s every cat lover’s dream. Tournament of Champions finalist Veronica Vichit-Vadakan shared an adorable photo of her foster kittens playing their own version of Jeopardy!.

“This… Is… Jeo-paw-dy! Thanks to ToC finalist Veronica Vichit-Vadakan for sharing a photo of her adorable foster kittens.”

The adorable kittens are winning over the hearts of Jeopardy! fans in the comments.
“Meow meow meow.. sorry, I mean what is, meow meow meow,” one fan joked.

“What are beautiful cats?” another fan wrote.

According to the kitten’s foster place, they’ll be available in a few weeks through Oregon humane. What an adorable way to kick off the evening!

Besides posting about these adorable kittens, Jeopardy! has had plenty post about recently with tons of new competitors vying for a chance at a cash prize. But nobody has delighted fans as much this year as Matt Amodio.

‘Jeopardy!’ Champ Matt Amodio Recently Lost his Massive Win Streak and a new Person has taken his Place

Earlier this fall, fans were watching with excitement as Matt Amodio dominated the game. He was on his way to beat all time legend Ken Jennings before losing to Jonathan Fisher, whose now on a winning streak of his own.

Fisher beat Amodio and is now on an 11 game streak. Amodio made it 38 games before falling to Fisher, and now, he’s saying Amodio was a “tough act to follow.”

“Matt was great,” Fisher explained in a recent interview with Newsweek. “I think he came along at such a perfect time for the show since his skill and personality was able to refocus people’s attention back on the game and the contestants rather than on the hosting rotations or the behind-the-scenes drama.”

Amodio was able to keep up his 38 win streak through multiple guest hosts and a major scandal. But Amodio took it all in stride and managed to play the game regardless of the negative attention it was getting.

Still, Fisher is becoming a champion in his own right.

“In terms of playing, yeah he’s definitely a tough act to follow,” Fisher told the publication. “I don’t think I’m anywhere near his skill level, but our play styles and areas of expertise are very different, so I hope I was different enough from him to keep people engaged and similar enough that people didn’t want me to lose immediately.”

Fisher has definitely been fun to watch. And while he says he’s nowhere near Amodio’s skill level, he’s definitely giving him a run for his money as he continues to dominate the game.

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