A very vocal minority of Jeopardy! fans have continued their constant attacks on Jeopardy! on social media, which have been happening since the start of the Jeopardy! All-Star Games on Wednesday.
And guess what: I think you’re in the wrong.
The show has literally decided to stick its neck out and try something new for two weeks. And a vocal minority is attempting to scare the show (and even its sponsors) back into its hole like Punxsutawney Phil on a sunny February 2 morning.
People have literally been asking for these matchups for years. Who didn’t want to see what Alex Jacob could do against Brad Rutter, or Austin Rogers against Ken Jennings?
People have been asking for more behind-the scenes information and strategic information, wondering what’s inside the contestants’ heads. And when the show gives it to you? Why is the show getting so much flak for this?
All you’re doing is making it more difficult for the show to give us anything interesting in the future, and may even make it tougher for the show to be more viable long-term, especially if this unnecessary vitriol from a minority costs the show sponsors.
In conclusion: This is why we can’t have nice things.
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