Jeopardy! Champ James Holzhauer Continues Winning, Over 2 Million WON!

After a bit of a scare on Thursday (May 23) night, James Holzhauer is back to dominating the competition on Jeopardy!. He has now racked up 30 consecutive wins in a row. Impressive as that is he's still 44 behind all time Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings who won a grand total of $2,520,700 during his record 74-game winning streak in 2004.

Holzhouer's 30 wins have already put him over the $2 million mark. He's a long way from the consecutive days crown but is now within $200,000 of Jennings record winnings.

Impressive as it all is, perhaps most impressive is that Holzhouer has only gotten 31 questions wrong! Listen to us take a stab at a few of them below.

Question: A 2016 interview with this Batman actor found him looking sad; the internet then made him the meme we deserve (Category: Don’t Tread on Meme for $400)

His answer: Christian Bale

Correct answer: Ben Affleck

Question: Modern auto safety took a big step in '66 as LBJ signed bills mandating seatbelts & rupture-resistant these (Category: Root '66 for $600)

His answer: Air bags

Correct answer: Fuel tanks

Question: Constitution Day is September 17; this related set is celebrated every December 15 (Category: Holidays & Observances — Daily Double for $3000)

His answer: The Articles of Confederations

Correct answer: The Bill of Rights

Question: This inductee into the Video Hall of Fame sold 17 million copies of a videocassette she released in 1982 (Category: Celebrities — Final Jeopardy for $3010)

His answer: Madonna

Correct answer: Jane Fonda

Question: More than 5,000 of these big deer spend winters at the Wyoming national refuge named for them (Category: Let's Go to the Wildlife Refuge for $800)

His answer: Moose

Correct answer: Elk

Question: In 2018 this band "didn't have a dime but I always had a vision, always had high, high hopes" (Category: We Will Rock You for $400)

His answer: Fall Out Boy

Correct answer: Panic! at the Disco

Question: "Two hit men, a boxer, a crime boss & others meet their fates over the course of two days" (Category: Movies in the DirecTV Guide for $2000)

His answer:Snatch

Correct answer:Pulp Fiction

Question: Stove placement of lower priority items (Category: Hey, "B.B." for $200)

His answer: The bottom burner

Correct answer: The back burner

Question: The Anthropology award went to a report on "cross-species imitation" between these apes & humans at zoos (The 2018 IG Nobel Prizes $400)

His answer: Gorillas

Correct answer: Chimpanzees


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