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Fans Stunned After 'Jeopardy!' Airs A Massive Editing Blunder At The Very Beginning Of Show

As host Mayim Bialik was wishing good luck to the finalists of the High School Reunion Tournament, the show cut to a shot of their final scores.

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Viewers of Wednesday's Jeopardy! High School Reunion Tournament finalist game saw half an hour into the future when an editing mistake led to the reveal of the final scores just as host Mayim Bialik was wishing the contestants good luck.

As Bialik said, "Congratulations to the three of you for making it this far, and good luck," a clip of the contestants and their final scores from the end of the episode flashed on the screen.

Bialik then proceeded to "get the finals underway."

You can see the blunder below.

The clip showed contestant Jackson Jones with a total of $24,000, Justin Bolsen with $13,570 and Maya Wright trailing with $3,370... which were their actual earnings for the episode at its conclusion.

Viewers of the error noticed right away and took to Twitter to express their thoughts.

Some immediately called out the mistake and wondered how it could have occurred in the first place.

And a few thought they completely missed an episode.

While viewers did prematurely discover the result of the first game, the final result is determined by contestants' combined scores from a two-game set. You can watch their second game on Thursday... hopefully with no spoilers!