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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Royal Oak teacher will compete on 'Jeopardy!' next week to win the big bucks

Posted By on Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 3:01 PM

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"America's Favorite Quiz Show" will once again star a local teacher.

Nathan Flynn, a Royal Oak English teacher, will have the chance to answer a variety of popular culture, literature, history, and geography questions on JEOPARDY! on Wednesday, June 28. His appearance will come six weeks after Susannah Nichols, a high school English teacher at The Roeper School in Birmingham competed on this show.

Coincidentally, Flynn graduated from The Roeper School in 2012, the same school that Susannah Nichols teaches at, and is a track & field coach at the school.



You can watch him attempt to become a tournament champion and rack up thousands, and maybe millions of dollars on WDIV next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Check your local listing or visit Jeopardy.com for more information.

Joseph Cooke is an editorial intern at the Detroit Metro Times. He studies journalism at Ohio University and listens to pretty much all music except country.

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