MENDOCINO Co., 1/26/22 — Jeopardy has entertained trivia lovers for generations, and tonight, a Ukiah resident will get her chance to compete on the show: Janice Hawthorne Timm, who has worked locally as a music educator and choral director for many years in a variety of capacities, including at Mendocino College and SPACE in Ukiah. Timm was recently described as a “Mendocino County treasure” in the Ukiah Daily Journal for her work with community organizations, and will be competing against contestant Amy Schneider, who recently established a historic winning streak on the show as the highest scoring woman in Jeopardy’s history.
Here’s the announcement and details about Timm’s appearance on ABC this evening:
WHAT: Janice Hawthorne Timm,a music educator and choral director from Ukiah, Calif., to compete on America’s Favorite Quiz Show®.
WHEN: January 26 on KGO-TV (ABC)
WHERE: You can watch Timm compete on JEOPARDY! onKGO-TV (ABC). Please check your local listing for additional information or visit Jeopardy.com.
JEOPARDY!, America’s Favorite Quiz Show™, is in its 38th season in syndication. With a weekly audience over 20 million viewers,* JEOPARDY! is the top-rated quiz show on television. The show has won a total of 42 Emmy® Awards, holds the Guinness World Records® title for the most Emmy® Awards won by a TV game show, and received a Peabody Award for “celebrating and rewarding knowledge.” JEOPARDY! is produced by Sony Pictures Television, a Sony Pictures Entertainment Company; it is distributed domestically by CBS Media Ventures and internationally by ViacomCBS Global Distribution Group, both units of ViacomCBS.
* Source: Nielsen NPower, 2020/21 (9/14/20-7/4/21)
I hope she beats (a real shy by the way) beats that freak “Amy”.
HAHAHA! The FREAK LOST!
your sick and nasty your whats wrong with our world
People understandably are upset about the fake “woman” stomping on the dignity of real women.
What’s wrong with our world includes the lack of maturity sufficient to accept that reality is not subject to our opinions or desires. It just is.