The Evolution of Jeopardy!
GQ looks at how the changes in the game show reflects our nation’s shifting intelligence and how it serves as a real-time comparison for our changing culture.
Double Jeopardy! (Then)
"In 1991, the areas of knowledge contestants were expected to be prepared for were straightforward, classic, and broad."
- "Medieval Times"
- "World Travel"
- "Secretaries of Defense"
- "Authors’ Dedications"
Double Jeopardy! (Now)
"The 2011 edition offers two fairly specific kinds of knowledge (book-to-movie adaptations and the aforementioned "Chairs"), wordplay, and two jokes, one with a Jewish pedigree."
- "Born and Died"
- "Writers on Film"
- "Like Some Coffee?"
- "My Son, The Doctor"
- "Get ‘Set’"
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