Video: Most cringeworthy ‘Jeopardy!’ moment ever at College Championship

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Dude. DUDE!

Final Jeopardy question: This industrialist was named a “righteous gentile” after moving to Argentina in 1949. Contestant answer: Himmler.

— Kevin W. Glass (@KevinWGlass) May 15, 2013

Watch as University of Wisconsin student Julia Sprangers realizes her mistake.

BEST JEOPARDY MOMENT EVER!!!!! vine.co/v/bEeM70vnhKU

— GayPatriot (@GayPatriot) May 16, 2013

What is “AWK-ward”?

Who is a righteous gentile? Not Himmler. #wtf #jeopardy!

— NHL Referees (@NHLReferees) May 16, 2013

Girl on #jeopardy just confused Schindler with Himmler 😳 #oops

— Cara Grobbecker (@cgrobbecker) May 16, 2013

I haven’t seen ‘Himmler’s List’ in awhile…#jeopardy

— Stephe96 (@Stephe96) May 16, 2013

Hey, it could have been worse.

Poor girl was only 2 letters away from the worst answer possible RT @gaypatriot: BEST JEOPARDY MOMENT EVER!!!!! vine.co/v/bEeM70vnhKU

— John C. (@JCinQC) May 16, 2013

We’re laughing so we don’t weep for the future.

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