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Alex Trebek isn't ready to retire from 'Jeopardy' just yet

4:12 PM, May 4, 2013
Alex Trebek has been hosting the question-and-anwer game show 'Jeopardy' for 29 years.
Alex Trebek has been hosting the question-and-anwer game show 'Jeopardy' for 29 years.
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Speculation has been swirling recently that when Alex Trebek's contract is up in 2016, the long-running host of "Jeopardy" will finally retire.

But don't say that to Alex Trebek.

"Everybody's speculating on my retirement and I don't know why," Trebek told the Los Angeles Times. "It's silly. Somebody asked me if I've given any thoughts to retiring. Well, yes, I've given thoughts to retiring, for crying out loud. I've been doing the show for 29 years. Why wouldn't I think about retiring? Everybody assumes from my having said that, that he's retiring. Well, no. I've been thinking about it. So ...

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