I think it dates all the way back to when my sister and I would play BrainQuest in the car on family vacations, but I've always had a love for trivia games.

That said, I'm not a trivia scholar by any stretch of the imagination. That's been concerned any Tuesday night that we just happen to be at Old Chicago when "Last Call Trivia" starts. Those questions are impossible! On the rare occasion that our team "The BuckNuts" (The whole team is my fiance and I. The team name isn't supposed to be anything dirty, just a play on words about the Ohio State Buckeyes) actually gets a question correct, I celebrate...loudly. This might be why Nate tries to get me out of the restaurant before trivia starts. He doesn't mind playing with me if it's a quiet game on the tablets at Buffalo Wild Wings or when The Tailgate used to run their game through a website on your smartphone.

But then we got an Amazon Echo Dot and everything changed! One of our promotions gurus here at the stations asked me if I had ever challenged Alexa to a game of Jeopardy. WHAT?! I didn't know you could do that! Now I'm addicted. Every single day when I get home from work, I'll say "Alexa, lets play Jeopardy" and try to get all of the six daily questions correct. I didn't do so bad yesterday. I got 4/6 and ranked in the top 4% of everyone playing via Alexa that day!

I'm still waiting to get a question like this. Idaho's been involved in questions 272 different times on the network broadcast of Jeopardy. Here's some of those questions! How many did you get right?

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