Viewers slammed Jeopardy! for an embarrassing typo. The fans are serious when it comes to the popular game show. This comes after champ Eric Ahasic scored his third win. He beat out the previous champ, Ryan Long, who lost after 16th consecutive wins on Monday.
Fans also noticed an embarrassing error during the latest episode. Mayim Bialik is hosting the show for now. Ken Jennings is currently on hiatus for the next few months. Meanwhile, fans are looking forward to seeing who will become the new permanent host.
Find out what happens when they spot a major error.
Eric Ahasic is the new reigning champ
Jeopardy! fans spotted an “embarrassing” error amid the latest episode. They are shocked that someone behind the scenes didn’t spot the problem and correct it. Minneapolis native Eric Ahasic won his third game with a “gutsy” move that impressed viewers. He’s received his share of skeptics who weren’t sure about his gameplay.
Eric landed on three Daily Doubles in a row. The contestant has been hitting them in each game. On the Wednesday, June 8 episode, Eric correctly guessed all three Daily Doubles.
He made some big wagers during those times. His wagers were $2,000, $7,000, and $5,000 respectively. One Jeopardy! fan wrote, “GUTSY wagers, Eric! They sure paid off.”
Some fans think Eric will become the next Mattea Roach, who had 23 consecutive wins. Her winning streak came to an end in early May. Jennings hosted those episodes.
While most fans miss Ryan, one wrote, “Eric is growing on me.” Another added, “Imagine if he becomes another super champ even though Ryan Long wasn’t too far after Mattea Roach.”
Fans are excited about Eric’s three-day win. They have a good feeling that he’s here to stay. They’re going to tune in to see how he does the rest of the week. However, one fan noticed an error involving the game show.
Jeopardy! fan calls out the embarrassing error
The embarrassing error was nowhere to be found on the new website. In fact, it was on the Jeopardy! website. Eric’s bio had a noticeable typo. One fan took note of the mistake and shared it on Twitter.
“Eric Ahasic — a meteorologist. Or as the #Jeopardy ‘contestant zone’ pages calls him, a ‘meterologist,” the user tweeted.
— Matt Carberry (@mfc248) June 8, 2022
The person who’s responsible for writing the Jeopardy! website spelled his profession wrong. The “Contestant Zone” is the place where fans can learn more about the players. The quiz show is usually a stickler for spelling. However, the writer made a mistake when writing Eric’s bio.
What are your thoughts on Eric? Did you notice the mistake on the Jeopardy! website? Sound off below in the comment section.
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