Todd, sitting in his Jerome Bettis Pittsburg Steelers jersey, was pleading with the contestants to pick the 'Sports' category. Instead all the contestants seamlessly worked through all five other categories on the board which included Shakespeare, Potpourri, Foreign Colleges and Universities, Books In German, and World Geography.
"Sure you idiots know Othello went to fight the Turks in Cyprus but you don't know anything about The Malice in the Palace between the Pacers and Pistons," said the increasingly enraged sports fan. "So what if Atacama is South America's most arid desert region located in Northern Chile. I bet you didn't know Marcus Allen won Super Bowl MVP in 1984 and then went on to win regular season MVP the next year."
Things went from bad to worse for Todd when time ran out before the contestants could get to the Sports category. "If you didn't spend five minutes in the interview portion talking about how your stupid hike up Mount Kilimanjaro changed your life, we could have gotten to sports."
Fortunately for Todd, the Final Jeopardy category that day was Pittsburg Penguin Stanley Cup Wins. Unfortunately he had already changed the channel to Cash Cab.