It shouldn’t be too surprising by now to learn that “Jeopardy” has been dabbling in politics for a while: just check out categories like “That’s what Ché said.” Tonight, the game show dipped deep into 2012 to rehash the Mitt Romney statement that launched a thousand cheap Halloween costumes.
— JAIMEE SCHWARTZ. (@JaimeeJam) September 12, 2013
Ha. There's a Jeopardy category called "Binders Full of Women."
— Kristin Cox (@coxfest) September 13, 2013
— hansonetti (@ksimonetti) September 12, 2013
"Binders full of women" is a category on Jeopardy #dying
— Ashley Inman (@ashleyyinman) September 12, 2013
Unsure about @jeopardy using "Binders full of women" as a category. Contestants haven't selected it…we will see.
— Maryl Randel (@MarylRandel) September 12, 2013
Nailed the "Binders Full of Women" category on Jeopardy tonight #killinit
— Ryan Welsh (@rywelsh) September 12, 2013
For anyone who missed it, "Binders Full of Women" was a category on Jeopardy tonight, animated binder graphics and all. Your move, Romney.
— Maya (@MayaMayhem) September 13, 2013
A prescient John Ekdahl has the category we’d really like to see.
Binders Full of Complicated Geopolitical Challenges That No Man Could Possibly Navigate.
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) September 12, 2013
Editor’s note: The title and text of this post have been amended to reflect that the “binders full of women” category was not new. This post has been updated with additional tweets.