No takers on quiz show ‘spud’ question

“What Is Prince Edward Island?”

It Appears, the brainiac competitors on Wednesday’s airing of Jeopardy! and its all-time winningest champion host haven’t any idea.

The American TELEVISION quiz show’s current lengthy-operating champ, Amy Schneider, chose a category inside the Double Jeopardy spherical entitled “Native Nicknames.”

With $2,000 up for grabs, the solution was: “A Spud Islander is a resident of this Canadian province, recognized for its potatoes.”

Then crickets, as neither Schneider nor her two challengers may just arise with the query, which was “Prince Edward Island.”

Even host Ken Jennings perceived to admit not understanding the question as he relayed the correct response.

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Island potato farmers are already feeling the sting of a temporary Canadian ban on exporting P.E.I. spuds to the United States Of America due to the discovery of two cases of potato wart.

For the file, Schneider won the day’s match to stretch her profitable streak to 36 shows — and introduced every other $17,800 to her overall of $1,181,800.

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