Aaron Rodgers recalls a controversial Green Bay Packer moment during his debut as a guest on “Jeopardy!”.
In an episode that aired on Monday, Packers defender Rodgers asked contestants to identify the personalities of the daytime TV show that, when accepting the Lifetime Achievement Emmy, said, “It takes … 10 seconds to think about the person who is the best person in the world. Help you become who you are “
The answer is Mr. Rogers.
But one contestant, Scott, brashly wrote, “Who wants to kick the field goal”; – referring to that During the Packers’ NFC Championship match against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Rodgers chuckled as he shut his mouth.
“That’s a good question, it should be right,” he replied. “Unfortunately for this game today, it’s not right.”
Rodgers later reflected on his jokes and experiences filming an Instagram Live game show with his fiancée Shailene Woodley.
“A little insight as hosts at my podium I have seen what they write. So I saw him start writing something about goal kicking, and then I had to get to the point where I couldn’t see his writing. [but] I knew there was a sense of humor there, ”he said.
“I’m still not sure why we kicked that goal,” added Rodgers.
The defender also revealed he has no plans to quit football – but will not rule out hosting game shows again.
“I just won the MVP. I have a lot left in the tank. I’m still playing and I love to host ‘Jeopardy!’ At the same time, ”he said.“ Jeopardy! ”Five films run 46 days a year, that’s 230 episodes, and I work for six months in one. Years, so in six months I will have 46 days of filming I think.
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