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New Brunswick Got A Shout Out On Jeopardy! Last Night But No One Knew The Answer (VIDEO)

If Canada had a penny for every time someone got our geography wrong every citizen would be a millionaire. The latest 'Jeopardy!' episode can hilariously attest to that.

The province of New Brunswick got a shoutout on the show but it took a while to get there.

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Last night the popular game show saw the True North represented in a category called "Canadian places."

Among the trivia questions was "A city in New Jersey has the same name as this province, Canada's only officially bilingual one."

One contestant buzzed in and answered with "Quebec," which was wrong. 

A second contestant jumped in within seconds and said "Montreal," which was even more incorrect given that it's not a province. 

When no one else could answer, Ken Jennings, the current guest host of the show, chimed in to disclose the correct response to the trivia tidbit.

"We were looking for New Brunswick," he said.

Calgary also got a shout-out later in the category when it was the answer to a Daily Double! 

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