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Published on Jun 5, 2019
While technically the last Celebrity Jeopardy, coming from the 40th anniversary special, there was one that makes a much better ending to this series instead. Still, I put it off towards the end because of how hard I expected it was going to be to make. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the questions and categories have been getting harder for me to represent as these go on. It’s required me to get very clever or meta with my editing to get everything through. There also won’t be any more Final Jeopardy questions in the remaining videos, which is a personal let down for me. Those were my favorite parts of these sketches, so the ones without them are really disappointing.
The casting on this one was bigger than the others, but as this project was wrapping down I kinda just felt like throwing random ponies at it. Gladmane and Svengallop were chosen mostly for their voices, and the show handing me a Justin Bieber pony was all I could ask for. Snails as McConaughey was an odd choice at first, but he’s doing his zen voice thing so I felt it appropriate. And I don’t think anyone could argue with the tasteless, heartless, tasteless choice of Cozy Glow for the person whom everyone thought was nice and friendly until very recently… I am going to burn in Tartarus…
“Alright, to make it safely home, you only need to answer this last question. In his latest series of videos, what does the pmv creator Daga Yemar claim he does not own?”
Well, I’m familiar with his My Little Disney videos, so I’m pretty confident with my choice of B: My Little Pony and Disney.
“Oh no… I’m sorry, but that is wrong. Beast?”
“While Daga Yemar does make the My Little Disney series and does not own either company, the question is specifically refering to his latest series. And if memory serves, I believe he’s currently in the middle of a series using the Celebrity Jeopardy sketches from a famous comedy show. So my answer of course was A: My Little Pony and Saturday Night Live. GOTCHA!”