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Photo: Mayim Bialik & Audrey Satchivi | By Charles Trepany, USA TODAY | If you want to feel old, look no further than this “Jeopardy!” contestant’s “old soul” hobby. Millennial, Gen X and Baby Boomer fans of the long-running trivia game show got quite a shock when Gen Z contestant Audrey Satchivi confessed on air she enjoys collecting “obsolete” items like DVDs, CDs and records.

You know, things that could be displayed in a museum in an age dominated by digital streaming.

“Yeah, so I’m kind of an old soul,” Satchivi said in a clip from the episode, published online by the New York Post Wednesday. “I’ve been collecting some things that are kind of obsolete now. I’ve been collecting records, CDs and DVDs. I just got a new DVD, and I’m really excited about it, but I miss my childhood a little bit I guess.”

The comments came during Tuesday’s episode of the high school reunion tournament hosted by Mayim Bialik. Satchivi previously made the “Jeopardy!” semi-finals as a high school senior and currently studies clinical psychological sciences and Hispanic linguistics at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

“Jeopardy!” fans took to Twitter to express shock at how commonplace items that once dominated their lives are now considered “obsolete.”
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: ‘Jeopardy!’ fans feel attacked by this young player’s ‘obsolete’ hobby

Photo: Audrey Satchivi

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