SALT LAKE CITY — Ken Jennings has one issue with “Jeopardy!” champion James Holzhauer’s run on the show — a nickname.
On Tuesday, Jennings — who holds the record for most-consecutive wins with 74 set in 2004 — told “Good Morning America” that there’s one thing that bothers Jennings about Holzhauer, according to USA Today.
"You know what bothers me is when I hear people say, 'Jeopardy!' James," said Jennings. "I'm like, 'No, no, no, no I'm that guy. You can't put 'Jeopardy!' in front of his name.
"I used to be the 'Jeopardy!' guy!" he added, smiling the entire time.2 comments on this story
Of course, Jennings was probably joking with “Good Morning America” since Jennings and Holzhauer have previously traded barbs on Twitter (yes, in a joking way).