A contestant on the popular game show “Jeopardy” was asked Friday to name a flower pictured that shares a disparaging name with “people on the political left.”
Her answer proved to be incorrect, but some will argue that it was the most hilarious answer ever on a show that first aired on March 30, 1964.
Here’s a video of the hilarious moment:
And while “pansy” was the wrong answer, the consensus on social media suggested it was still a winner!
Here’s sampling of responses from Twitter:
Best jeopardy ever! #pansy
— Travis Hansen (@trav76er) October 24, 2015
“what is a pansy” ON JEOPARDY I’M DYING OH MY GOODNESSSSSSS BURNNNNN
— isabella (@Isy30033) October 24, 2015
— Harry Chaconas (@HarryChaconas) October 24, 2015
Loved the losing answer to Final Jeopardy! tonight: pansy. So funny!
— GiddyupHiHorse (@sjbartlett) October 24, 2015
Tremendous final #Jeopardy answer: “Pansy”. Well done Becky!
— Jackson Mueller (@jackson_mueller) October 23, 2015
Awesome final Jeopardy answer by losing contestant. This flower’s name is also disparaging term for person with left wing beliefs—pansy
— Michael Lent (@LentDVM) October 23, 2015
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