Another one bites the dust.
A “Jeopardy!” contestant got some heat for answering a clue incorrectly after viewers deemed the answer “very easy.”
During the Final Jeopardy round, the category under “Government Officials” read: “In 1867 he wrote to General Rousseau, ‘On arriving at Sitka…you will receive from the Russian commissioner the formal transfer.'”
One passionate fan wrote, “That one gal with Napoleon? Seriously?!”
Others responded with a face-palm emoji to her incorrect answer.
“Very easy today! Congrats to Daniel,” another viewer reacted and congratulated the two-day champion on his win.
After Anji Nyquist’s “Jeopardy!” win on July 5, she took to Instagram to have a discussion with her followers about her experience, but some of the questions veered a bit off track.
“I did an ‘ask me anything,'” she explained in an interview with The Sun, “and there were a lot of people who asked, ‘Would you do an OnlyFans? It would be really popular.’”
These men have been telling her things like “you’re so beautiful” and “you’re the hottest contestant ever,” which she called “so dumb.”
After Anji Nyquist’s “Jeopardy!” win on July 5, she took to Instagram to have a discussion with her followers about her experience. (Jeopardy!/YouTube)
“‘Jeopardy!’ is about your brain and your performance in this scenario,” Nyquist insisted.
Ken Jennings and Mayim Bialik share “Jeopardy!” hosting duties. (Christopher Willar/Tyler Golden )
“The board and contestants aren’t that far apart,” she said. “And you’re not that far from Ken [Jennings], who is a hero of mine.”
“Hearing him tell a tidbit about me on my second episode, I could have cried.”