Contestant gives greatest final 'Jeopardy' answer ever

Greatest Final Jeopardy Answer Ever
Greatest Final Jeopardy Answer Ever

One Jeopardy contestant may not have won the day, but he seems to have won the title of "greatest wrong answer ever."

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The final clue of Thursday's episode was apparently a hard one. It read, "In 1891 this European said, 'Perhaps my factories will put an end to war sooner than your congresses.'"

Ari Voukydis, a comedy writer from Los Angeles, had no clue so instead wrote, "Who is this handsome gentlemen?" with an arrow pointing towards himself. He later told TODAY, "When I realized that I didn't have an opportunity to win after Final Jeopardy, then I went after sort of a secondary target, which was to come up with a good Final Jeopardy answer so I could kind of lose on my own terms."

Because of the "handsome gentlemen," Thursday's Jeopardy episode has been viewed more than 80,000 times on YouTube. To put that into perspective, Wednesday's episode barely broke 800.

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