Entertainment 6 most-hated 'Jeopardy!' players ever

17:31  06 april  2018
17:31  06 april  2018 Source:   FOX News

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They say you shouldn't hate the player, you should hate the game. But some "Jeopardy!" contestants had viewers fuming with their awful answers, strange strategies and bad behavior. Here are the worst "Jeopardy" villains:

1. And Arthur Chu

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2. Dangerous Claire

A seriously disturbed former “Jeopardy” player named Claire Ogilvie was indicted in August for allegedly breaking into the home of Virginia House of Delegates member David Toscano and assaulting his wife, Nancy Tramontin. She appeared on the show back in 1998.

3. Dull Dan Tran

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4. Rich Robert


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5. Arrogant Leonard


Leonard Cooper dressed casually for his appearance on “Teen Jeopardy,” and when it came time for his final round, he had no idea what the answer to the clue was. "On June 6, 1944, he said, 'The eyes of the world are upon you.’” His wagered $0 and replied "Who is some guy in Normandy, but I just won $75,000!" Arrogant? Very. But hey, he did.

6. Forgetful Sandie


In a Final Jeopardy round, the clue was Signs & Symbols, and all three players—including champ Sandie Baker—failed to answer the clue correctly. "Meant to evoke a person with arms outstretched & pointed downward, it was designed in 1958 by Gerald Holtom." The answer? A peace sign… which Baker was WEARING during her appearance on the show. She had two giant peace sign earrings that she seemingly forgot about. Doh.

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