Transcript for Winning streak ends for 'Jeopardy!' champion Austin Rogers
And it is time for "Pop news." We're going to begin with Austin Rogers, Austin, you did such a great job but the run has come to an end. Wasn't he great, though? The bartender from New York City whose, well, quirkiness helped skyrocket him to fame and ended the 12-game winning streak and not by getting a question wrong, but by being outbid in final jeopardy. That's got to hurt by stay at home scarlet Sims and by just $51. Take a look. And we come to scarlet Sims. She had 21,200 and she wrote down, what is it's a wonderful life? She could be the new champion if she risked enough and she did. $33,201. The new "Jeopardy" champion. Alex. Yeah. Good story. Very nice gentleman and you were right, Alex was very dramatic. He was waiting for the moment. Rogers can go back to bartending feeling great. $411,000 is his takehome. That's awesome. Got to make a lot of Mai tais to make that kind of money. Puts him in fifth place in "Jeopardy" all-time regular season winning and Austin fans can catch him back on the show November 6th competing in the two-week tournament of champions. I bet his tip jar if is up faster now. The next round on him. And it's by the way right an the block. Just saying. It is Friday. Also in "Pop news" this Friday, say good-bye to the man bag. Oh, no. And so long to the murse, the man purse. You may have noticed this, our investigative unit has noticed it and now we've confirmed there is a lot of guys who seem to be too old to be in high school carrying backpacks and we have now -- we can now confirm it is a trend among commuters, more backpacks fewer bags and briefcases, in other words, a lot of action on the action. Don't encourage her. Please don't encourage her. In fact, sales of adult men backpacks have grown steadily in the last two years, more companying offering stylish versions and experts in fashion are giving it a thumb's up pointing out they're ideal for multitasking, cell phone use because of the hands-free design and keep your posture straighter than the messenger bag, murse or man bag, et cetera, et cetera. Action on the bacion. I love that. You are doubled down on it. I did. Good for you. I did. You know what, that's right. And finally, robin, it might be the most expensive sale of a residential home in history if they can find a buyer. I have to show you this. Crazy, I do love my real estate, 18,000 square feet, a vim la in the south of France in a little town called St. John cupferar, $410 million. It has the name, of course, villa LE sed festooned with 300-year-old groves of olive trees, the mansion dating back to 1830 once owned by Belgium's king Lee pole and had a lot of guests and there are 14 bedrooms and 20 greenhouses on the property. If you're interested you can have a cool block parties because your neighbors include Microsoft's co-owner Paul Allen and composer Andrew Lloyd Webb Webber. Who's in? Yeah. That's it. I like looking at the real estate. It's Friday, robin. It's Friday, Amy. Come on, George. Thank you, Lara. We move on to our exclusive
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