Best Final Jeopardy answer comes from Ari Voukydis, UCB improv teacher (Video)

By | June 28, 2014 at 1:21 pm | One comment | Audio/Video, TV/Movies | Tags: , , , , ,

One comedian and Upright Citizens Brigade improviser gave possibly the best incorrect final answer in the history of Jeopardy! (and that includes those “Sean Connery” answers on Saturday Night Live). Ari Voukydis, an improv teacher, didn’t have a clue as to the answer on last night’s Jeopardy!. Host Alex Trebek presented the Final Jeopardy category “Science and Industry”. The clue was, “In 1891, this European said, ‘Perhaps my factories will put an end to war sooner than your congresses.’” Sadly Voukydis, who had built up winnings of $8,800, just did not know the answer. His narcissistic response lost him the $2,700 he wagered, falling well below first place. What was the answer? Well, it was Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite. Check it out to hear his hilarious response!

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