Ken Jennings of ‘Jeopardy!’ Fame Backs Up ‘Bean Dad,’ Faces Backlash

John Roderick, now known as Dad’s wife by abusive netizens, caught fire after a bizarre story unfolded in which he rejected a can of beans for six hours as a “learning moment.” Now, with people talking on the internet doing Roddy for what he did, as well as his previous tweets, Ken Jennings from Jeopardy! reputation supports it. The two co-host a podcast with the title Omnibus!, so it may not be surprising that he comes to Dad’s wife’s defense. Jennings, however, is now looking to back up himself.

What happened to Mrs. Dad?

Jonathan Rothman and John Roderick (Bean Dad) of the Long Winters
Jonathan Rothman and John Roderick (Mrs Dad) of the Long Winters Jordi Vidal / Redferns

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John Roderick, or Bean Dad, is the lead singer and guitarist of The Long Winters, as well as co-host of the podcast Omnibus!. Rory took to Twitter to tell the story of a “learning moment” he had experienced with his daughter.

In the situation was nine-year-old Roddy’s daughter struggling to open a can of beans after telling Roddy she was hungry. Roddy asked his daughter to check the can opener and try to set it up properly for six hours. His daughter cried and expressed frustration.

Roddy said in his long story that this was a time for learning. Readers were confused about what exactly the musician was teaching his daughter, as he refused to teach her how to use the opening canister, and instead let her get upset and hungry.

“Honey, none of us will be eating another bite today until we get into this kind of bean,” he once told his daughter.

“I said, ‘The machine is made to be pleasant but there are no redundant effects. Everything that moves does that for a reason. ‘She said,’ I hate you. ‘ I’m sure she thinks so. I said, ‘You understand everything but how the machine handles the can.’ She was shocked, ”he wrote in part.

Twitter users felt as if Rory was behaving like abusive parents. Some said he taught her not to approach him with her problems instead of relying on his own child.

Ken Jennings from ‘Jeopardy!’ fame protects John Roderick

Jeopardy!  star Ken Jennings
Jeopardy! star Ken Jennings Ron Batzdorff / ABC through Getty Images

Ken Jennings, co-host of the Bean Dad podcast Jeopardy! A contestant who currently holds the full-time record for consecutive winners. Jennings defended his Twitter host.

“I’m very jealous and lazy that my podcast co-host is going to be a dictionary record and I never will be,” tweet Jennings of the Bean Dad faux-pas.

“If this is reassuring to anyone, I know personally that John is (a) a loving and attentive father who (b) tells uplifting stories to be easy to believe about ten podcasts in the world. -week. This site is so dumb, ”he said.

It wasn’t long before fans began to share a troubled history of anti-semitic, racist and homophobic tweets published by Roddy, who say he tried to use hate speech. used for comedic comedy.

“If we search for words through old tweets now, it’s very easy to find what he thinks of anti-Semitism. On our show he is always the pro-Israel man! ”Jennings replied. Circulated for this response.

Ken Jennings’ tweets on fire

Ken Jennings
Ken Jennings | Rodin Eckenroth / WireImage

While calling Ken Jennings and John Roderick, netizens picked up some of the tweets that made Jennings worse as well, leaving the Jeopardy! winner standing on a very rocky foundation with his wife protected Dad.

“There’s nothing more relaxing than a hot man in a wheelchair,” Jennings hit in 2014.

Jennings previously tweeted at Daniel Fleetwood, Illness Star Wars fan who died after seeing him The force is waking up.

“It can’t be a good sign that every fan has seen the new one Star Wars the film died shortly afterwards, ”he wrote of the Star Wars fan.

Jennings did the excuse me for his tweets in the past, which he suggested he leave with the fact that deleting them after being “dunked on” felt awkward.

“It was not my intention to hurt anyone, but that doesn’t matter: I came up, and I’m very sorry,” he said.

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