By Heidi Glaus
St. Louis (KSDK) -- Working as the coordinator of the child abuse prevention program at Jewish Family and Children's Services is something Jennifer Bernstein could go on and on about.
"Our program is incredible," Bernstein said. "I really do believe this program makes a difference."
And although I'm sure it's an incredible program and Jennifer is worthy of an award, that's not really why NewsChannel 5 wanted to talk with her. You see, truth be told, Jennifer has another passion, a passion for 'Jeopardy.'
"I DVR it and after I put our son to bed that's the first thing I watch," Bernstein explained.
It's something that started when she was in high school.
"I hold a pen and then I also practice answering in the form of a question," Bernstein added.
So when Heidi Glaus asked what she would do if she found out she was going to be a contestant on 'Jeopardy,' well of course this was her answer.
"I think I'd be jumping up and down and screaming actually," Bernstein said.
"Okay then let me tell you you are the next contestant on 'Jeopardy,'" NewsChannel 5's Heidi Glaus told her.
"Oh my God!" Bernstein said.
So there's was no jumping, but plenty of disbelief and a little disappointment that there was no award. Of course, it didn't take her long to get over it and start preparing for her appearance with Alex Trebek.
"He's going to make me the most nervous," Bernstein said.
No word yet on the exact day Bernstein will head to Hollywood, but we'll keep you posted.