Record Run on 'Jeopardy!' May Be at an End The unprecedented success of a contestant on Jeopardy! may finally come to a close Tuesday, according to a wide range of rumors. The big winner, Ken Jennings, has accumulated more than $2.5 million over the course of some 70 shows.
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Record Run on 'Jeopardy!' May Be at an End

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Record Run on 'Jeopardy!' May Be at an End

Record Run on 'Jeopardy!' May Be at an End

Record Run on 'Jeopardy!' May Be at an End

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The unprecedented success of a contestant on Jeopardy! has led to rumors that the contest has been rigged, or that the winner has somehow been able to beat the system.

Guest: Mark Washburn, TV columnist, The Charlotte Observer