If Trebek Leaves Jeopardy, We Have Some Replacements Picked Out
If the first and most important requirement of hosting the show is having an amazing mustache, this guy has been qualified for decades.
We imagine the media mogul looking at his LinkedIn profile and saying to himself, "You know what, Ryan? A 7-page résumé is kind of slacker-y. I should add something else to it."
Once you've starred in movies, gotten your PhD from Yale, gone to design school, taught poetry, launched an art exhibition and mastered selfie-ing on Insta, the only logical next move is to host Jeopardy, no?
If we can't have Trebek, well, then we'll settle for the world's best Trebek impersonator.
He has the credentials as the former host of Family Feud and, like Trebek, he brings a certain gentlemanly charm to the stage. You know, like the kind he brought as J. Peterman.
We would tune in every. Single. Night. Mostly to watch her hit on the male contestants.
This type of game show requires someone who's brainy. And Bialik is smart – like neuroscientist smart. So ABC could save money by getting rid of the show writers and just having her host as well as come up with all the trivia.
He taught us to love reading, so we know he could teach us a whole lot more.
Just picture his over-the-top reaction when contestants are wrong. He probably wouldn't even tone it down during Kids week. ("There's no crying in Jeopardy, you babies!")
Have you seen him? Have you heard him speak in his smooth British accent? Ratings gold.
He's the only person to spend as much time on the Jeopardy stage as Trebek (thanks to his 74-show winning streak).