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(KSDK) – What do you do when you have no idea the answer in Final Jeopardy? You make a joke.

Buzzfeed Writer Ari Voukydis had $8,800 and had to answer the following Final Jeopardy clue: "In 1891, this European said, 'Perhaps my factories will put an end to war sooner than your congresses.'"

Not sure of the answer, Voukydis decided to write himself as the question.

According to a Buzzfeed post, he really just wanted to put something down, but his answer has been picked up across the country.

Although his answer was incorrect as well as everyone else's (side note: it was Alfred Nobel) his wage of $2,700 got him in second place, and he walked away with $6,100.

You can see the whole thing unfold in the "Jeopardy" episode below.

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