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Alex Trebek gets revenge against Conan O'Brien

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Alex Trebek, the host of television’s famous “Jeopardy!” game show lashed out at Conan O’Brien on O’Brien’s own television late night talk show, according to UPI on Wednesday.

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As Conan viewers know, O’Brien does a bit on his program which he calls “Alex Trebek has gone insane.” The sketch is an assortment of clips from different “Jeopardy!” shows which make the “Jeopardy!” host sound less than intelligent.

O’Brien opened the segment by showing one of the clips before Trebek came out on state and took revenge – for lack of a better term. Trebek wagged his finger at O’Brien and said, “I’m worried about you. “I’ve been listening to some of your monologues lately and I’m concerned.” Trebek went on to say that he thinks O’Brien is starting to lose it!

With turnabout being fair play, Trebek showed a video in which clips of O’Brien spliced together didn’t make any sense – just as O’Brien’s spliced clips of Trebek make no sense. Trebek’s clip had O’Brien saying, “Miami police announced they’re releasing a video of Justin Bieber urinating in his jail cell. Yeah, it was the first time toddlers were able to plant their crack pipes right there in the top of another dog’s butt.” What??? And it got worse from there.

Alex Trebek, a 73-year-old Canadian-American, has been the host of the “Jeopardy!” show since 1984.

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