Jeopardy! College Contestants Avoided An African-American History Category?! You Be The Judge! Watch The Controversial Video HERE!
It’s College Championship Week on Jeopardy!
And it also happens to be Black History month!
So the producers of the long-running game show thought they would include a category of African-American History during February 17th’s broadcast.
The only problem was, the three caucasian contestants on the show that day apparently didn’t want anything to do with those clues!
As you can see in the pic above, the category went UNTOUCHED throughout the entire Double Jeopardy round until all of the other answers had been questioned!
Apparently these college students knew more about animals in New Zealand than they did about black people in America, since they opted to tackle that topic first!
Yeah, the Kiwi Fauna category went before the African-American one!
The internet erupted following the telecast with some suggesting there was some slight racism being served up on the program!
But Texas A&M contestant Tucker Pope says he and his fellow players just wanted to move left to right across the board! He explained: