Funko Pop Jeopardy Vinyl Figures

Funko Pop Jeopardy Vinyl Figures

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Name a collectible vinyl figure line featuring America's favorite game show host. What is Funko Pop Jeopardy? You are absolutely correct, Alex!

Join host Alex Trebek as he takes Jeopardy! viewers into the quiz-style format that has become a television staple. Although created by Merv Griffin in 1964 and originally hosted by Art Fleming, Jeopardy! is largely associated with Trebek, who has been the face of the series since its 1984 reboot. Not shocking to anyone, Trebek is also the face of Funko Pop Jeopardy.

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The main Pop! Television figure showcases a more up-to-date version of Alex Trebek, including white hair and more defined wrinkles to go with his red "Final Jeopardy" card. Collectors can also track down a chase variant substituted in place of the primary version. These can normally be found for sale with the standard figures but tend to disappear quickly and sell for a premium. Although dressed similarly, the chase variant offers a younger Trebek with darker gray hair and a mustache.

While there was no mention of a Funko Pop Saturday Night Live tie-in featuring the SNL skit with Will Ferrell as Trebek, that would be pretty funny.

Game show fans should check out Funko Pop Wheel of Fortune, as well.

Jeopardy! celebrated its 35th season of the current iteration in 2018.

Please contact us if you come across any other Jeopardy! figures.

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Funko Pop Jeopardy Checklist

776 Alex Trebek
776 Alex Trebek Chase Variant

 

Funko Pop Jeopardy Gallery

776 Alex Trebek

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776 Alex Trebek Chase Variant Younger

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Author Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author
Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.

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