What is the wrong answer?
Fans of “Jeopardy!” were in an uproar on Monday night when a contestant won the match after mispronouncing Ewan McGregor’s name.
The chaos ensued after Professor Melissa Klapper answered the $600 question in the ‘Quite the Fish Story’ category.
“Lasse Hallström’s Force was strong in attracting this Scotsman to play a fishing expert in ‘Salmon Fishing in Yemen,'” the question reads.
Klapper responded almost instantly with “Ewan Gregor”.
Host Ken Jennings allowed the wrong answer without a break, allowing Klapper to gain an edge over his competitors.
However, the Force was not loudly with Klapper as several fans of the game show berated the response on Twitter.
“Tonight there was a mistake on @Jeopardy, the woman in the middle named Melissa said ‘Ewan Gregor’ when really it’s ‘Ewan Mcgregor’, I replayed it twice just to be sure “, broken a fan.
“She said Ewan Gregor!!! It’s McGregor! Come on judges, slammed another fan.
“Winner of @Jeopardy tonight shouldn’t have won. She replied to Ewan Gregor – not Ewan McGregor. That guy got screwed,” a viewer declared.
The Post contacted “Jeopardy!” for comment.
This isn’t the first time the game show has stumbled.
In a recent montage misstep, the show revealed the players’ final scores during host Mayim Bialik’s opening monologue.
Executive producer Michael Davies later apologized for the blunder on “Inside Jeopardy!” podcast, saying the show “totally ruined it.”