Jeopardy! is considered one of the best game shows in the United States because it is unique and interesting. The cherry on top is the last question of the presentation, in which viewers can take part from the comfort of their homes. This very entertaining game show has been on TV for a total of 38 seasons, and fans worldwide continue to watch it.
This season has had a lot of unexpected turns and twists since Matt Amodio and Amy Schneider have been in charge. Mattea Roach, a teacher from Toronto, has won the last six games in a row and is now in charge of the game. She will go up against author Rachel Skytt and airline planning expert Adam Wallick on the next episode of Jeopardy!
The game show has an unusual format where the contestants are answered at the show’s beginning and then have to think of the question for the next round. In the last round of the competition, the contestants can either play it safe or participate in the final round, deciding who wins. Fans get to say what they think about the answer to the last question, a tradition that is very important to them.
Answers to the April 13 Jeopardy question
The most recent episode of the popular TV show falls under the History category. You may have figured out by now that this is not one of the easier categories because it includes so much information.
Clue: Churchill, an expert on World War I, considered this conflict about 150 years before the start of the First World War. Churchill thought that the French and Indian War was the real “First World War” long before hostilities broke out in 1914, which was when the First World War started. This is something that not a lot of people know.
France and India went to War
During the French and Indian War, which lasted from 1754 to 1763, the English colonies in North America fought against the French colonies. This War was fought in North America. Both sides of the conflict were made up of Native American tribes.
At the start of the War, about 60,000 people lived in the French colonies, while more than 2 million people lived in the British.
Who won the grand prize on Jeopardy on April 12?
Zhe Lu, a software engineer from Boston, Massachusetts, Leah Q. Pence, a social studies teacher from Woodstock, Georgia, and Mattea Roach squared up against one another in an especially intriguing edition of the programme.
The last question for this episode was: “The 1964 article that gave this phrase its current meaning described the “threat that stalks the Atlantic off our southern shore.” The answer was in the area known as the Bermuda Triangle.
At the show’s end, Mattea Roach took home an extra $30,800, bringing the total amount she had won to $148,000. The next person to finish was Leah Pence, who won a total of $12,856. Zhe Lu got the least amount of money, $1,900.