Advertisements I just watched the March 3rd Jeopardy, and it had what had to be the funniest answer/question I've ever heard on the show (which I watch religiously, if belatedly), and I had to share. In double Jeopardy, there was a topic called "Starts With A Body Part" - so, e.g., the $800 clue was "The name of this Japanese religion actually comes from Chinese words" and the correct response was "What is shinto?" ... with "shin" being the body part at the start of the answer. A man named Carl selects that category for $1600 and gets a Video Daily Double, and chooses to bet $2000. It's a pretty tight game against his two women competitors and there are only about 9 clues left in double Jeopardy, so there's a palpable sense of tension. Up pops a picture of a some kind of small rodent with large ears, and the voiced clue "The fur of the rodent seen here is said to be 30 times softer than human hair." The camera focuses on Carl thinking and you can see the wheels turning and a little sweat starting to form on his brow, and Alex does that soft "Carl ..." thing he does to warn the contestant he's about to run out of time ... and Carl finally blurts out "w-what is a titmouse?", then shakes his head and apologizes profusely to the two women contestants after Alex says "no". I had to stop the show I was laughing so hard. I guess this was Jeopardy's answer to the infamous Newlywed Game question "What's the wildest place you ever made whoopee?" (with the response "that'd be in the butt, Bob"). Carl's answer was actually quite clever, when you think about it. The correct response, BTW, was "what is the chinchilla?"