(@gametheory101, USA Today)Every now and then the producers at the trivia show "Jeopardy" like to throw in a baseball reference that is relatively current or topical. Among the more recent examples, "That's a clown question, bro" was featured as a category following Bryce Harper's famous response to a media member in Toronto. The topic itself had nothing to do with baseball, or the media for that matter, but rather fictional and non-fictional clowns.
That wasn't so much the case on Wednesday's episode, however, as they instead elected to retroactively take a jab at one of the game's most controversial figures, Mr. Barry Bonds.
The "answer" in question came under the category of "Pop Quiz" and was easily spotted by viewers. Many immediately took to Twitter to alert those of us keeping a close eye on the winter meetings in Orlando.Read More »from ‘Jeopardy!’ jab: Trivia show includes asterisk in answer referencing Barry Bonds