Not everybody knows sports. And that is OK. Because most people don’t know about a lot of topics. History, science, writing, the Royal Family, puppetry, pigs– theres an endless of things to learn in this world. What’s more, not realizing what the name of the main NBA establishment named after a wiped out ancient species is shouldn’t be that humiliating.
Now, betting all of the money you’ve earned on “Jeopardy!” and being wrong about it? Well …
— Raptors Nation™ (@WeTheNorth__) April 6, 2017
With $17,200 in the bank, Amy had an opportunity to win the contest. Unfortunately her knowledge of NBA mascots and/or zoology and/or evolution and/or Toronto failed her, and she lost it all. Though to be fair, as far as failed answers go, Amy’s was respectable: She guessed a real creature — as opposed to, say, a wizard or a pacer. So while it’s certainly regrettable, she will not suffer enduring humiliation for all of days. Like this recent “Wheel of Fortune” contestant:
When you're very dumb but also on Wheel of Fortune. pic.twitter.com/1ykUdRaZGs
— Conor McKenna (@mckennaconor) March 21, 2017