Ann Arbor makes yet another appearance on 'Jeopardy!'
Ann Arbor featured in a question on Wednesday night's episode of "Jeopardy!"
As noted on the Facebook page of student radio station WCBN, a clue in the "Radio Radio" category read, "Gilda Radner was the weather girl on WCBN, the campus broadcasting network of this Michigan college town." The correct response, of course, was "What is Ann Arbor?"
This is at least the fourth time in less than a year that Ann Arbor has figured in a question on the popular syndicated game show.
Earlier this month, a "Jeopardy!" clue focused on the downtown cafe Afternoon Delight. In February, the University of Michigan (and the Diag's brass "M") were a clue. And last fall, U-M's Gerald Ford Presidential Library served as a clue.
The Ann Arbor area also seems to serve as a regular source of contestants on the program. Most notably, Stephanie Jass of Milan enjoyed a record-setting run last fall that took her to the Tournament of Champions earlier this year.