After they died, “Jeopardy!” helped me feel close to them.
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In one of the biggest feats on this season of Jeopardy, a Jew found a way to make a loss into a piece of history.
Talia Lavin, a former JTA intern, appeared on Jeopardy this week. When she didn’t know the answer to a question, she decided to prank the host, earning her Internet applause.
Sari Laufer is associate rabbi at Manhattan’s Congregation Rodeph Sholom. She’s also a contestant on ‘Jeopardy’ — with her first episode airing Wednesday.
I’ll take Israel for $2,000, Alex.