I love to watch and participate in playing Jeopardy from my couch. For some reason, I seem to think that if I say it faster than anyone else, that I'm smarter than the actual contestants or anyone else playing with me. This has gone on for years, and my mom has the same habit, although she's much less excitable than I am. We've determined that she has a serious knack for any category that has to do with classical composers and I can usually nail the science and anatomy questions.
As fun as this game show is to me, it's equally frustrating when there's a clue that I KNOW I should be able to get, but because of a brain block, I just can't. This happened last Thursday, and it's now Tuesday, and I can't stop thinking about it. The category was TV Sitcom Theme Songs, and I got every one of the clues (still upset that they didn't have the Facts of Life as one of the 5) except one. "Without Us" was the clue, and it was from Family Ties. AARGH! How could I have missed that?? I used to watch it all the time! "What would we do, baby, without us... What would we do, baby, without us....without us..."
Now maybe that I've blogged about it I can get the damn song out of my brain.