I suspect that anything about Ken not having the ability to do it full time is BS. They bought into Mayim and they can’t dump her now, especially with the way that the search was handled.
Or he doesn't actually want the full time gig because it would mean moving LA or traveling to it for a few days every other week.I suspect that anything about Ken not having the ability to do it full time is BS. They bought into Mayim and they can’t dump her now, especially with the way that the search was handled.
Well, he's already doing that (traveling) right now. So it doesn't seem like that's an issue, unless he's viewing this as a temporary situation ("make hay while the sun shines") but wouldn't want to do this permanently. But it seems to me that as jobs with required traveling go, this is pretty minor. Two flights every two weeks, and he's basically home and available to his family all the other days in between. I think most people would kill for a gig like that.Or he doesn't actually want the full time gig because it would mean moving LA or traveling to it for a few days every other week.
He was on the game show "Master Minds" as well, but he quit that, too.But since he's no longer on The Chase, the only "job" that I know of that he has is working as a consulting producer for J!, which would surely not prevent him from taking the host duties.
But neither of those things are a "job" that would interfere with him being the full-time host. Those are both things that can be scheduled at his discretion around his hosting duties.He was on the game show "Master Minds" as well, but he quit that, too.
He does still have one regular gig in the form of the twice-a-week trivia podcast that he does with musician John Roderick (they sell ads and accept contributions via Patreon, so it's a little bit more than just a hobby). However, that actually doesn't seem to take up too much of his time.
Edited to add: He also writes a weekly trivia-based puzzle for Mental Floss: Kennections
I thought of "Graceland" first, like many. And then I thought, "...but I'm really tempted to say 'You Can Call Me Al'". I don't think I'd have quite changed it in time if I were there. But, there's a way to get to it: I remembered that "You Can Call Me Al" had a music video. "Graceland" didn't, even though it's probably a more enduringly popular song. And so I thought, was "Graceland" even a single?Late to the party, but "Al" came to me right away and I was stunned at the triple stumper!
Much ado about nothing. I guessed UNC also.People in NC got mad about one response.
That's supposed to say
A little late to the party here, but I was there and still wouldn't have gotten it.FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY
FINAL JEOPARDY! CLUE
At the 1993 Tennessee inaugural ball, Paul Simon performed this song, his most recent Top 40 hit
Tennessee. Paul Simon. Top 40 hit. Bingo... Graceland.
”You Can Call Me Al”