Alex Trebek finally encountered a few egos that could compete with his own when he welcomed a group of Washington political pundits to compete in a few rounds of Jeopardy. The predictable complaints about a slow buzzer came early and often (et tu Russert?). In fairness, the contestants were not perfectly suited for the game. After all, any self-respecting pundit rarely offers anything in the form of a question (unless its rhetorical).
. . . Monday April 5, 2004