Trivia buffs, register for your shot at the first round of competition: the online quiz.
Are you bored at the lack of stiff competition in Trivial Pursuit? Do you find bar Quizzo fails to meet your rigorous personal standards? Are you tired of shouting at the television and not winning money? All of that could change in a flash if you perform well enough on the entrance exam for America's preeminent quiz show, Jeopardy!, which is holding online tryouts through Thursday, Jan.10. Hopefuls should register for their chance to compete at the show's website—but be warned. Most of the test times remaining are geared for folks in the Central and Western timezones, so if you want to play, you might have to stay up a little later. Good luck! And in the meantime, why not burn a few minutes re-living some of the better moments in recent …
Longtime television quiz show to feature Wall resident Craig Chern
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Keith Brown
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The answer: He’s the latest Wall Township resident to appear on a national television show. The question, of course, is: Who is Howell High School Assistant Principal Craig Chern? Chern, 41, who makes the short trip from the neighboring town to the home of the Rebels, is scheduled to appear Wednesday, competing for cash and prizes on longtime quiz show Jeopardy! Chern, a years-long Jeopardy! fan whose appearance on the show was recorded in August, said in an interview Tuesday that the whole experience was surreal. “It’s insane,’’ he said. “It’s something you dream about and then you’re right there on the set, which is a lot smaller than you would expect it to be. It’s crazy.’’ Chern in February completed an online quiz on the Jeopardy! …