Or David St. Hubbins, take your pick. Either way, it's embarrassing. RawStory : Education Secretary Margaret Spellings says she studied hard t
November 25, 2006

Or David St. Hubbins, take your pick. Either way, it's embarrassing.

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RawStory :

Education Secretary Margaret Spellings says she studied hard to prepare for Tuesday night's airing of "Celebrity Jeopardy!"

"I didn't want to be the Education Secretary who didn't know how to spell potato," Spellings joked, describing how she read books and sought advice from a former show contender and her daughters.

In the end, Spellings said she thinks the effort was worth it. She came in second behind the actor Michael McKean, best known for his role as 'Lenny' on the television show "Laverne and Shirley" and for the movie "This Is Spinal Tap." Read on...

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