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[Mar. 16th, 2007|10:30 am]
Game Show Contestant Central


I just learned, courtesy of mabfan, that tonight, on Jeopardy, there's going to be history made. It's something that's never happened on the show before, and according to game theory experts, it's something that will probably never happen again.

So I turn this question to you, dear readers - what do you think this history-making thing is?

I know that it's not a three-way tie at zero at the end of Final Jeopardy. That's happened before.

It's not a two-way tie - that happens about once every other season or so.

So I think either a three-way tie at >0, three people not making it to Final Jeopardy, or one person completely shutting out everyone else. Realistically, I mean. (Actually, there's a pretty big clue if you go to the Jeopardy site and watch the promo clip for the episode - the filename is a dead giveaway. Don't go if you don't want to be spoiled.)

But it's kind of fun to think about what else it could be. So that's the question of the day. What do YOU guys think it is? And in an awesome world, what WOULD it be?

From: flamingtoilet
2007-03-16 03:45 pm (UTC)
*sigh* Of course, my local affiliate will be running the NCAA tournament, so I won't get to see this. Can we get an update at some point? Tomorrow maybe?
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From: flamingtoilet
2007-03-16 03:46 pm (UTC)
Oh, and my guess is a 3-Way tie at $1. Although I'm curious to see what would happen if all three players were below $0 at the end of Double Jeopardy.
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