For the record, Susan honestly set herself up for this but for the sake of the argument, I’ma play devil’s advocate.
On a recent Jeopardy screening, a contestant explained an extracurricular that she and her "nerd" counterparts enjoy doing on their leisure time called "NerdCore Hip-Hop;" frothy.
"Yes, um, it’s uh, people who identify as nerdy – rapping about the things they love – video games, science fiction and… having a hard time meeting romantic partners [audience laughs], you know?"
Okay look, it was going well until Susan referenced the lack of game she and her friends have, but when you set up a layup of that magnitude for a show host who has been questioning contestants since the 80’s, it was honestly Trebek’s duty to slam dunk this response in the manner of howLebron James did in the 2010 NBA season against the Bucks.
You gotta suspect Trebek gets super bored with the same old "nerds" that come through this show.
The opportunity presented itself and he ran with it, like an absolute savage. Now in Susan’s defense, maybe it was a little harsh calling her a loser. I don’t know – I mean no one likes being called a loser, especially on national television, and you have to expect she’s not feeling too hot after that. Why’d you have to snap like that Alex?
My attempt at playing devil’s advocate, everyone!
I hope ole girl can rebound (no pun intended) from this accordingly. Like – end up spitting some hype af NerdCore hip-hop bars at some bros and they end up becoming madly obsessed with her and her personality. Or she ends up landing some sweet record deal because the bars are that flame. Or Susan could forever be remembered as the girl who was called a loser on Jeopardy. There I go again playing devil’s advocate.
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