Jeopardy!” is human, too, it appears.

The sometimes-persnickety recreation present made a spelling error on Wednesday’s episode, and followers razzed the quiz program for it.

In Closing Jeopardy, the nineteenth Century Literature clue graphic learn: “This writer first considered a parrot earlier than selecting one other chicken ‘equallly able to speech.’” The proper response was Edgar Allan Poe, however many viewers fixated on the additional “l” in equally.

The sport present cleaned up the goof in its YouTube clip of Final Jeopardy, during which Jeff Weinstock unseated six-day champ Megan Wachspress. Viewers, nonetheless, had been already poking enjoyable on the blunder.