At this point, Alex Trebek is basically a professional rapper.
OK, not quite. But he picked up the mic for an answer on "Jeopardy!" on Monday night -- and it wasn't the first time. But before we dip back into the historical well of Alex Trebek raps, let's enjoy last night's performance.
I'm not sure what the category was, but for $800, the clue was, "In the theme to this '90s sitcom..." And we'll let Trebek take it from there.
Yup, that's him rapping the theme song to "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." And somehow doing so both awkwardly and perfectly.
So, how's this compare to when he rapped the entire category of "The 1990s Rap Songs" a few years ago?
And then there was, as I'm sure you recall, the "It's A Rap" category, where he rapped lyrics from greats like The Notorious B.I.G. and the Beastie Boys. In case you don't, though, enjoy:
I have a feeling this isn't the last of MC Alex T.