Transcript for 'Jeopardy's' 'Hero-Villain' Returns, Nets Fifth Victory
"Jeopardy" star, he's a champ of sort, josh. Arthur Chu who has so many tuning in, some rooting for him, some against him and it's all about his unorthodox style of play. So take a look. This game has belonged to Arthur. Reporter: The he is the infamous "Jeopardy" master dominating one of America's most cherished game shows for a fifth night on Monday. The answer, who is Arthur Chu? And his earnings are now totaling $123,000. Oscar best picture, $2,000. Answer -- Reporter: After a three-week hiatus for various turnments he was back with his usual tricks utilizing a tactic known as the forest bounce moving from row to row hunting for those daily doubles, typically found in the bottom. On Monday he selected two out of three. Asian capital, eight. Answer, the other daily double. Reporter: The opposite of a traditional "Jeopardy" contestant Chu recently told us he aims to keep his opponents guessing. The strategy of the game is not just playing offense or playing defense, trying to deny your opponents opportunities to score on you. Reporter: And on Monday, it worked. Both of his opponents ended the game with no money but Chu's recent claim to fame has many die-hard "Jeopardy" fans in a tizzy worrying that he may have cracked the ever holy "Jeopardy" code. Overnight one viewer tweeted to Chu "I hate you. You ruin ed "Jeopardy" while others voiced their support, "Toot, toot, all aboard the chu-chu train. Keep rolling, big man." Whether you think he a hero or villain, one thing is for sure, this chu-chu train will continue rolling into tonight's episode. Josh, are you aboard the chu-chu train? We don't have time. We need weather. I would -- Chu, Chu. Why does this guy bug? Y Y He doesn't bug me. Ken Jennings won 172 times in a row. I think he chu-chu, I'm on many I'm on board. Now every day -- every day -- can't wait. Ginger, how about that gulf
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