‘Jeopardy!’ Legend Ken Jennings Hilariously Reveals the ‘Happiest It’s Possible to Be in Seattle’

by Will Shepard
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The simple things in life are often the best things in life. Ken Jennings is certainly one who can appreciate all of the simple things in life.

Ken Jennings is the greatest Jeopardy! player of all time. He was the first guest host to carry on the show after Alex Trebek passed away in November of 2020.

Since his fame has been consistently rising after winning the “Greatest of All Time” Jeopardy! show, he is putting it to good use. He has been on a Twitter binge of late, tweeting out new teasers, jokes and more almost daily. Ken Jennings has been steadily climbing into the ranks of “must-follow” Twitter users.

His tweets cover almost as many things as you can possibly think about. He has been tweeting out brain busters in connection with his website. But, Ken Jennings is also asking hilarious questions of his followers. Recently, he was tweeting about aliens asking Jeopardy! style questions while abducting you.

Now, however, he tweets simply that he is happy to have one thing go his way. Apparently, a truck cut him off in a line to get on a ferry, but it worked out in his favor in the end. So, it just goes to show that the simple things in life are often the best.

What Is Happening Next for Ken Jennings and His Career?

Ken Jennings is still certainly in the running to be the next regular host of Jeopardy! But, it remains to be seen whether or not he would even accept the position. Following in Alex Trebek’s footsteps is not an easy task and one that won’t be taken lightly.

Even though he is well removed from his guest-hosting stint on the game show, his work is on-going. He is now serving as a consulting producer for Jeopardy!

Ken Jennings certainly has a lot of his career left. He is only 46 years old and at the top of his game, especially on Twitter. So, keep an eye out for what the next step will be for the witty game show player.

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