Cleveland Clinic is 'Jeopardy!' Smart



Ok, Ah-lex, gimme Clee-land Clinick for two-hundred
  • "Ok, Ah-lex, I'll take 'Clee-land Clinick' for a hundred!" "And we've found today's Daily Double!"
Our very own fourth-best hospital in the country, the Cleveland Clinic, has made many, many breakthroughs in the world of medicine and health care. The achievements keep stacking up, and the AP is reporting that the Clinic has toppled one more pinnacle - the hospital is now "'Jeopardy!' smart." Ask Rosie Perez. It ain't easy.

Back in November, the show's Clue Crew dropped in to film video clues for questions to be used on the show at a later time. Apparently, all the questions and subsequent clues are all hush-hush, but they focus on "innovation, the history of the Cleveland Clinic and medical technology," says a Clinic spokesperson.

From turning down potential employees for being smokers to banning trans fats and now sugars from the campus in a swift move toward putting themselves out of business for good, the Cleveland Clinic remains a shining example for the rest of the heavy-breathing, slow-moving world. Some may not enjoy the bans as much as others, though.

Trebek: For $400: The shittiest place to be holed up for an extended amount of time.
Scene staff: (Between imagining a smooth drag and a bite of a donut)What is the Cleveland Clinic?

The episode is scheduled to air this Friday at 7:30 p.m.

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