Alex Trebek Awkwardly Recites Kanye West and Drake Lyrics on 'Jeopardy!' But We Love It -- Watch!

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How is Alex Trebek not featured on any hip-hop bangers by now?

The Jeopardy host was back to the rhymes on a recent episode, reciting bars from big-name artists like Kanye West, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Desiigner, and Lil Wayne as clues for questions on the show.

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"They mad they ain't famous, they mad they still nameless," the 76-year-old TV host said at one point, nodding, of course, to Kanye's infamous track, "Famous."

Watch below to see more of the lyricism, including what may truly be the greatest piece of audio ever recorded, which is Trebek saying "panda" over and over, lending a clue to Desiigner's hit song... "Panda."

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Trebek has actually read rap lyrics on air before, last year firing up audiences with Drake and Future's collaboration, "Jumpman."

Consider freestyling, Trebek! We're sure you'd crush it.

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Meanwhile, things don't always go as planned on Jeopardy.

Watch the video below to see maybe the saddest ending ever.