Trebek: I'll Take 'Possible Retirement' for 200
Very few things have remained the same since 1984. The highest grossing movie that year was Beverly Hills Cop; now, we have The Hunger Games. Michael Jackson's Thriller ruled the airwaves; 28 years later, Adele's 21 hasn't budged from Billboard's top spot. And who had heard of the Internet yet besides Al Gore?
In an interview that will air tomorrow on "FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace," the apathetic know-it-all (and we don't say that offensively) said, "Yes, I have been thinking of retiring." But the slick questionnaire is stuck between his passion and his legacy. In two years, the show will be a 30-year-old and, after mentioning how much he enjoys hosting the show, Trebek added his true anniversary goal: "Put in your 30. And go help people.
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