Jeopardy is part of my daily routine, at least Monday through Friday. Some days I do better than others playing the home game, but Shirley and I thank our lucky stars we'll never play the real game. It would be embarrassing. I'm not that intelligent, even when I play along to special edition games like when Jeopardy invites bright kids to play.

The recent kid's edition on Jeopardy wasn't without some controversy. One kid in particular is crying foul after misspelling an answer/question. To be honest, I've always thought that the rules are not consistent. And as you probably know, Alex Trebek is not an all-knowing 'Wizard of Oz,' he just repeats what the judges rule, and there is an obvious double standard.

You be the judge and watch the snippet of the kid's edition show in question: