"Jeopardy!" beast JAMES HOLZHAUER may be unbeatable, but he's not infallible. As of Wednesday night, he'd gotten 27 questions wrong.
Here are 10 of them:
1. A 2016 interview with this "Batman" actor found him looking sad; the internet then made him the meme we deserve.
James: Who is Christian Bale?
Correct response: Who is Ben Affleck?
2. Modern auto safety took a big step in '66 as LBJ signed bills mandating seatbelt and rupture-resistant these.
James: What are air bags?
Correct response: What are fuel tanks?
3. At the Montreal Jazz Festival, you might see smoke on the water of this Swiss lake's shoreline.
James: What is Lucerne?
Correct response: What is Lake Geneva?
4. Constitution Day is September 17; this related set is celebrated every December 15.
James: What are the Articles of Confederation
Correct response: What are the Bill of Rights?
5. Frank O'Hara's most famous poem is "The Day Lady Died", in which he reads about this jazz singer's death in 1959. James: Who is Ella Fitzgerald?
Correct response: Who is Billie Holliday?
6. This inductee into the Video Hall of Fame sold 17 million copies of a videocassette she released in 1982.
James: Who is Madonna?
Correct response: Who is Jane Fonda?
7. Beethoven and Mozart wrote for this instrument that Ben Franklin created, which he said gave him the greatest personal satisfaction of all his inventions.
James: What is the glass flute?
Correct response: What is the glass harmonica?
8. Permanent press is a process where fabric gets chemically treated to make it resistant to these.
James: What are stains?
Correct response: What are wrinkles?
9. In 2018 this band "didn't have a dime but I always had a vision, always had high, high hopes."
James: Who is Fall Out Boy?
Correct response: Who is Panic! at the Disco?
10. Made in the Vytina region, the first type of this sweetener does not crystallize.
James: What is sugar?
Correct response: What is honey?
Here are the rest of his 27 incorrect answers https://ftw.usatoday.com/2019/05/jeopardy-james-holzhauer-wrong-answers-list