John Friscia

Thanks in part to the boundless poise and intellect of its host, Alex Trebek, Jeopardy! enjoys a reputation as the classiest and most intellectual of all game shows. And anyone who can confidently and consistently answer the show’s questions is undoubtedly a well-read genius. So it really leaves a bad taste in our mouths that Jeopardy! recently used a completely bogus piece of Tetris trivia on its show, based off a Photoshopped joke posted to the internet. The fake trivia in question claims that the original NES instruction manual for Tetris gave each of the game’s tetrominoes (blocks) official names, […]

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