This So-Called Post-Post-Racial Life

July 14, 2009

As I type this,

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — pprscribe @ 7:56 pm

“Sasha and Malia” is a category in the second round of today’s Jeopardy.

Sasha and Malia, for $400:

A: When they moved into the White House, Sasha was 7 & Malia was this age (like some kids in our Kids Week).

Q: What is 10?

Sasha and Malia, for $800:

A: Marian Robinson, who moved to the White House to help take care of Sasha and Malia, is this relative of theirs.

Q: What is grandmother?

Sasha and Malia, for $1200:

A: On inaugural night, the girls had a White House scavenger hunt, and these singing brothers turned up at the end.

Q: Who are the Jonas Brothers?

Sasha and Malia, for $1600:

A: At their dad’s inauguration, Sasha & Malia wore cute coats made by Crewcuts, the kids’ line from this fashion company.

Q: What is J. Crew?

Sasha and Malia, for Daily Double:

A: Like their mom, Sasha and Malia were born in this city, and they were living there when their dad was elected president.

Q: What is Chicago?

(Answers and questions courtesy J! Archive at the special request of Carey.)

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5 Comments »

  1. Well, don’t leave us hanging, what were some of the “answers”?

    I am struggling over here. Off the top of my head I couldn’t think of a single answer.

    Comment by careycarey — July 15, 2009 @ 9:04 am

  2. There ya go, CareyCarey. Post updated per your special request. 🙂

    Comment by pprscribe — July 15, 2009 @ 8:49 pm

  3. I love jeopardy, been watching it for years. Sasha and Malia as a category is akin to Koko Taylor opening for Lawrence Welk.

    But PPrscribe, was that really second round questions? I mean, I even knew the answers to those questions and I usually only average about 7-8 a show – unless boxing or Motown music is the categories. Well, maybe I didn’t know the answers to ALL the questions. I was sort of hungup on J. Crew.Okay, I knew the answer “jonas brothers” after I read it :-). Isn’t that what everone says …I knew that. Jeopody huh, man, we have overcome.

    Comment by careycarey — July 15, 2009 @ 10:10 pm

  4. Carey, it is Kids’ Week on Jeopardy, and all the contestants were, I think between 10 and 14. Don’t get too cocky, though. Some of the categories/answers would have been a challenge for even most adults!

    Comment by pprscribe — July 15, 2009 @ 10:26 pm

  5. Dang, you just had to spoil a good day. Here I was thinking I was all that and I found out I wasn’t even as smart as a 5th grader :-(.

    Comment by careycarey — July 15, 2009 @ 10:36 pm


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