Jeopardy legend Ken Jennings is at it again with the jokes! Jennings took to Twitter on Saturday to share a hilarious pun.
“The anime of my anime is my friend,” the former Jeopardy! contestant tweeted.
Fans of Jennings also shared some hilarious puns in the tweet’s comment section. One fan writes, “Maybe the real anime was the friends we made along the way.” Another writes, “Keep your Glenn Close and your Glennemies Closer.”
The Jeopardy! star is known for his hilarious and outlandish Twitter posts. In a recent tweet, Ken Jennings says he’s “absolutely” taking credit for another walk-off win for the Seattle Mariners since he did the first pitch of that evening’s game.
Ken Jennings Reflects on His Last Conversations With Long Time ‘Jeopardy!’ Host Alex Trebek
Ken Jennings spoke to Good Morning America at the beginning of the year about his relationship with the long-running host of Jeopardy! Alex Trebek. He reveals that he spoke to Alex on the phone the weekend he passed away from cancer.
“I remember him just being very confident. Me to be a guest host if he ever needed that,” Jennings explained. “We were hoping we’d have him with us for longer.” He then reflects on the one thing that Trebek always emphasized, he’s not the star of Jeopardy!
Jennings also states that Trebek made it all about the players and the competition instead of about him. “It’s just hard to imagine that in the TV landscape today, a star of his size saying, ‘Hey, the game is not about you’ – but that was great advice.”
Ken Jennings Talks Permanent Hosting Gig
Ken Jennings guest hosted for Jeopardy! for a total of six weeks at the beginning of 2021. The former contestant of the show actually has a total of 74 consecutive wins and has earned $2.52 million. He also participated and won the Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time tournament last year.
In a recent interview with WGN Chicago, Ken Jennings discussed his thoughts about taking on the permanent hosting duties for Jeopardy!
“I have no idea,” Jennings answers in regards to if the show has selected anyone for the role. “Someone needs to decide this summer because I’ve heard they want to have a new permanent host lined up for next year.” He points out that they start shooting the episodes that air next year during the summer.
Jennings adds that he hopes to be selected for the gig.
“I think one thing we’ve seen with the guest host rotation is that everyone has a spin on it.” He adds that he thinks the Jeopardy! Producers are picking guest hosts with credibility.
Those who have guest hosted for Jeopardy! so far include Jennings, Savannah Guthrie, Dr. Oz, Anderson Cooper, and Katie Couric. CNN health correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta is currently hosting.