Kanye West's uneven religious experiment Jesus Is King found itself on the Jeopardy! stage Tuesday night. Unfortunately, its presence did not result in the accumulation of any additional money for the night's contestants.
The moment went down during the Alex Trebek-hosted classic's Greatest of All Time special, with album standouts "Church on Sunday" and "Follow God" mentioned in the clue:
The miss ultimately meant the contestants missed out on several hundred dollars, though this notably doesn't mark the first time that simply naming a Kanye album proved difficult for show competitors.
The Greatest of All Time distinction was given to contestant Ken Jennings on Tuesday night's show. Jennings, whose grand prize haul is $1 million, beat out Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer for the title. In a celebratory tweet, Jennings gave a shout-out to famed TV legend (and Jeopardy! creator) Merv Griffin.
Anyway, here's a few people reacting to the fact that Jesus Is King stumped three game show contestants:
The Jesus era, which has also included some Joel Osteenery, operas, and a Sunday Service album Jesus Is Born, may soon continue with the teased (but not exactly certain) release of a sequel involving Dr. Dre.