Only one contestant advances on 'Jeopardy' for first time in four years
Thursday night was possibly the worst game in the history of "Jeopardy" -- which, honestly, also made it one of the most entertaining as well.
When two out of the three contestants were left in the red by the time Final Jeopardy rolled around, it was clear that the game had been an extraordinary one to say the least.
He even went on to say, "This was not one of our greatest days."
He wasn't kidding -- considering that it was the first time in four years that one contestant made it to the final round, as HLN reported.
People talked to the lone survivor, Kristin Sausville who admitted, "The vibe in the studio was shock. ... It was more nerve-wracking to be the only person on stage ... It meant that all of the contestant coordinators, compliance people, and stage crew were standing around me."
Sausville didn't end up winning, but she was able to walk away with more than $6,000.Also on AOL:
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