Jeopardy! Just make the biggest blunder in game show history?

If you want to know how Wednesday’s episode went Jeopardy! Finished, you only needed to watch the first two minutes.

As one eagle-eyed fan noted on social media on Wednesday night, the contestants’ final scores for the evening were erroneously shown on the show. Above Episode host Mayim Bialik congratulated the trio on reaching the finals. Jeopardy!High School Reunion Tournament.

Sure enough, the three scores shown on the podium at the start of the half-hour matched the players’ final dollar amounts at the end of the episode: Brown University student Justin Bolsen had won $13,570, Maya Wright of Emory University $3,370 and Jackson Jones topped the Vanderbilt University evening with an identical $24,000.

TVLine has been contacted Jeopardy! Representative for comment on omission; Check it out below:

Wednesday’s episode served as the first part of a two-part high school reunion tournament final. The winner of the tournament will be determined on tonight’s episode and will claim the $100,000 grand prize and an automatic spot in this fall’s 2023 Tournament of Champions.

As TVLine previously reported, the part-time Jeopardy! Host Ken Jennings will resume his emcee duties on Friday, March 10 following the conclusion of the current tournament. He will remain behind the lectern until April 28, at which point Bialik will return (on May 1) and be placed for the rest of Jeopardy!The 39th season of is set to end at the end of July.

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