"We are seeing history made in front of our eyes, the Jeopardy! equivalent of a basketball player notching 70-point games for an entire season or a baseball player hitting for the cycle in every game," Jennings writes in The Washington Post. He adds: "But I count my blessings that I own at least one Jeopardy! distinction that Holzhauer can’t touch: I appeared on the show before the dawn of social media. Holzhauer has been met every night by a barrage of hot takes about his streak: He’s 'broken the game.' He’s 'ruined the show.' He’s 'unfair' to his competitors, or 'boring' to watch. This very op-ed page has called him a 'menace to Jeopardy!,’ evoking mental images of angry newspaper editor J. Jonah Jameson from the Spider-Man movies. 'Bring me pictures of James Holzhauer!' Yet Holzhauer’s play is blissfully unaffected by the online furor — because everyone is kibitzing about shows that actually taped months ago. I’m no Alex Trebek, but maybe I still have a little moral authority with Jeopardy! viewers. If so, please take it from me: The game will be fine."