A brand-new episode of Family Feud Canada is being hailed as “iconic” on Twitter after a Canadian woman gave a hilariously confident wrong answer to one of the show’s most important questions. Despite giving the incorrect answer to Family Feud Canada's Popeye question, the clip has since gone viral, and the internet is absolutely loving it.\nAfter making its debut in Canada just last month, it seems the game show has already piqued the interest of thousands of Canadians online.\nIn fact, following a hilarious new episode that was aired on Thursday night, Canucks on Twitter are already calling the show “iconic” and “the best of the best.”\nIf you haven't seen Family Feud before, contestants are simply given a prompt or a question, and all they have to do is correctly guess how other Canadians would have responded to that same prompt or question.\nTensions were high for the two competing families on Thursday night, as they were playing to win the grand prize of $10,000.\nThe final prompt of the game was this: “Name Popeye’s favourite food.”\nBefore host Gerry Dee even managed to finish the question, Canadian contestant Eve Dubois confidently locked in her answer, dancing and celebrating as she did so.\nUnfortunately for Dubois, it seems she may have misunderstood the question just a little bit — and the result is super cringey and pretty hilarious!\nFamily Feud 🇨🇦 #Canada - Name Popeye's favorite food? 😂 pic.twitter.com/ybkUI35MnG— Edilson J. Silva (@angolanmade) January 10, 2020\nDubois proudly yells out "chicken" and moments later, the rest of her family can be seen holding their hands to their heads in shock.\nThe question then gets thrown over to the opposite contestant who correctly guesses “spinach.”\nEve Dubois can then be heard telling Dee “I thought you meant Popeyes' Chicken!”\nNaturally, the internet went wild for the "iconic" TV moment.\nA family from Lorette, Manitoba was on Family Feud Canada tonight. This might’ve been one of the best moments in game show history 😂 pic.twitter.com/YjgRmjbgoH— DJ Blitz (@djblitzwpg) January 10, 2020\nI am rolling, especially with the shimmy... update minutes later, still rolling. Also, this might be the worst question in Family Feud (Canada or otherwise) history... one answer. pic.twitter.com/jDtAHbMAr8— Jason Martin (@JMartZone) January 10, 2020\nShoutout the Dubois family for representing Lorette on Family Feud Canada. @sublimevey , this is television gold 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/d0vQjX1iiX— 18K 🎼 (@Eighteen_K) January 10, 2020\nOnly 54 of 100 people answered the question correctly?!?!! 🤣🤣 this video’s everything!!! #familyfeud #canada https://t.co/Mcx37QBSLA— FantasyFredy (@fantasyfredy20) January 10, 2020\nOne viewer responded to the clip, "I tuned in to Canada's new version of Family Feud and may have witnessed one of the most iconic game show moments I've ever seen."\nWhile another added, "So Family Feud Canada exists, and tonight it gave us one of the most amazing moments in the history of television!"\nI tuned in to Canada's new version of Family Feud and may have witnessed one of the most iconic game show moments I've ever seen. pic.twitter.com/QsTIjEzoM7— Mike Morrison 🏳️🌈 (@mikesbloggity) January 10, 2020\nI AM LAUGHING OUT LOUD AT 11pm !!! #Canada #FamilyFeud https://t.co/ykiGBCKkWB— BigHal Nunn (@BigHalNunn) January 10, 2020\nSo Family Feud Canada exists, and tonight it gave us one of the most amazing moments in the history of television (h/t @cjzero) pic.twitter.com/uuJkTXH8q0— Josh (@GoldAndOrSmith) January 10, 2020\nThe moment was so hilarious that host Gerry Dee tweeted about it before the episode aired, writing, “The greatest answer in the short history of Family Feud Canada happens tonight on CBC. 7:30 pm. Don’t miss it.”\nDee went on to add “#Chicken.”\npic.twitter.com/m0ahAOGqzg— Randy O (@storminoram) January 10, 2020\nOMG ...you have to be a special kinda person to be on the show! I literally laughed out loud!— kelli lannon (@kellilannon1) January 10, 2020\nHoly fuck, I’m dying lmao 😹— Morgan McCrory (@morganemily7) January 10, 2020\nOmg. I can’t stop laughing. That is going to be a meme for sure. #chicken. @FamilyFeudCa @cbc— @tgreenc (@tgreenc) January 10, 2020\nWhile Dubois may have lost her family the $10,000 prize money, at least she's got Canadians laughing!