It's bound to happen over the course of 38 seasons: a Jeopardy! typo. On Wednesday, June 22, a clue for Final Jeopardy! appeared on the screen and low-and-behold, there was an error. Not a big one. But a typo. Can you spot it?
Spot the typo in Final Jeopardy! pic.twitter.com/zHMzXAvDQ6
— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) June 22, 2022
The category was 19th Century Literature, and the clue read:
This author first thought of a parrot before choosing another "equallly capable of speech."
Notice the extra "l" in "equally"?
The correct answer to the question, by the way, is Edgar Allan Poe.
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