Thank you, Alex Trebek!

I’m curious about everything. Even subjects that don’t interest me.

Alex Trebek

“There’s a certain comfort that comes from knowing a fact,” Alex Trebek said.

“And here’s your host, Alex Trebek!”

Alex Trebek GIFs | Tenor

I found out that Alex Trebek passed away earlier today after his battle with cancer. He was surrounded by family and friends. He was 80. Trebek has been a part of my life since childhood when I discovered Jeopardy and it became my all-time favorite game show. Back then, I watched the show every night without fail. At present, I’ve been watching the show in-between and Trebek has been filming throughout his diagnosis. Although he was last in studio on Oct 29th, he has filmed episodes through to December 25th.

For more than 3 decades, Trebek has educated the world with fun and serious knowledge, instilling in us a love of trivia. And not to forget his sense of humor and witty sarcasm!

Alex Trebek Was Quick To Correct Someone Who Incorrectly Defined  Selenophobia

And now for one last clue: I’ll take “Great TV Personas” for $1000.

QUESTION: He was the most beloved game show host and a national treasure. Who was he?

ANSWER: Who was Alex Trebek? 

2020 gives, and 2020 takes away. RIP Alex Trebek - Album on Imgur


Thank you, and farewell, Alex.

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21 thoughts on “Thank you, Alex Trebek!”

  1. If you think of Jeopardy, it’s Alex Trebek! He will be missed. I used to love watching his shows and seeing him interact with the contestants.
    I really enjoyed this post and the video clips of him throughout the years are wonderful! Thanks Diane. Hope you are having a wonderful Sunday. God bless!!

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    1. He certainly was the best at what he did! He’ll be missed dearly. Same! His interactions with the contestants was the best!

      Thank you for sharing, and I’m glad that you liked the tribute. I hope all’s well on your end. Take care. 💙


      1. Awww, he must not be a kitty anymore but an adult cat!
        I hope you do post about him. I need to catch up with the reader… have fallen behind on the reading so I apologize that I haven’t visited your blog lately. Will soon…it’s the end of the homeschooling semester.
        TAke care and stay well!

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      2. I hope all is well with you and your hiatus is refreshing. I understand that sometimes you, I mean we, all need to step back and just be without doing anything.
        Jerry, you’re in good hands with Diana! Please refrain from chewing on her favorite things in the house. lol

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      3. It was refreshing, and eye opening as I wrote in the latest post. I’m glad for the new direction the blogging is going in.

        As for Jerry, he’s just the cutest! And he doesn’t chew on my things at all. It’s funny that the 3 housecats are well behaved!


      4. That’s great news! Blogs evolve over time and I’m glad you’re taking a new direction that works for you. Encouraging to hear, because I want to be more consistent about posting God-related things, but too afraid to talk about it often. Got the imposter syndrome. Maybe in the new year…we shall see
        I hear stories from people with cat pals that they are silly animals with funny antics. If you see some Instagram posts about cats, they’ll have you chuckling at their facial expressions and response to other house pets.

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      5. Thank you, Esther! Yes, they certainly do. One must never be afraid to talk/share about God. And you don’t have to talk about it often. Perhaps, you can share a thought or two once a month. Just a suggestion, though. Whatever you decide, I look forward to your posts for 2021.

        Yes, some of them are! We’ve certainly had some, but Jeremiah is special! 💙 Have a blessed week!


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