No, my friend's name is not Sean Connery.
June 5, 2008 8:17 PM   Subscribe

How can I watch the episode of the game show Jeopardy! that aired tonight, June 5? I just learned a high school friend of mine was on the show, and I missed seeing it when it aired. I'm hoping there's a way to do it online, but I haven't found it yet.
posted by emelenjr to Media & Arts (11 answers total)
 
keep an eye here maybe
posted by meeshell at 8:44 PM on June 5, 2008


oh never mind that one isn't going to work sorry about that
posted by meeshell at 8:45 PM on June 5, 2008


Every day's final jeopardy is here. At least you can see your friend win or lose it all.
posted by ochenk at 9:11 PM on June 5, 2008


ochenk, that's a great find. I see the Final Jeopardy for tonight's show hasn't been posted yet, so I'll have to check there tomorrow.
posted by emelenjr at 9:22 PM on June 5, 2008


Also, it's not quite the same as watching, but you'll be able to see all the questions and answers (answers and questions?) when the show goes up on J! Archive.
posted by danb at 9:26 PM on June 5, 2008


I should have it on my DVR. I could burn it on to DVD and send it to you if you'd like.
posted by espertus at 10:22 PM on June 5, 2008


Darn. I just checked my DVR. It has Tuesday's and Wednesday's episodes but not tonight's. Sorry I can't help (and can't delete my earlier message).
posted by espertus at 10:56 PM on June 5, 2008


I had something similar happen a couple of years ago. My boyfriend's band was mentioned in a Jeopardy clue, and I wanted to get a copy for him. I ended up going to a Jeopardy message board (I thought it was affiliated with the J-Archive, but I can't find it). Someone there had DVRed the show and offered to burn and send me a copy (and wouldn't take any$ which I offered).
posted by kimdog at 7:56 AM on June 6, 2008


My TiVo recorded it. I'll transfer it to my computer ... from there I should be able to convert it to a file you can use. MeMail me if you want it.
posted by Koko at 5:38 PM on June 6, 2008


p.s. I can make an MPEG-4 or H.264, or convert it for an iPod, PSP, Nokia N80, or Palm Treo 650.
posted by Koko at 5:44 PM on June 6, 2008


Thanks to all who offered suggestions, and especially to Koko (and Mr. Koko) who pitched in to help me watch my old friend... lose. Still, totally worth it.
posted by emelenjr at 7:44 PM on June 7, 2008


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