Oh, “Jeopardy!” is in treble again.
Music fans are wailing after the quiz show’s writers failed to mention a popular rock group on Thursday’s episode.
Host Ken Jennings revealed the categories during the first round of gameplay — one of which was “Classic Flute Rock.”
None of the questions pertained to the British band Jethro Tull, where frontman Ian Anderson is known for his flute prowess. The snub left “Jeopardy!” viewers with lots of questions.
“No Jethro Tull in the Flute Rock category?? Are you crazy or just ill informed??” one user harped at the show on Twitter.
“Seems blasphemous to have a ‘flute rock’ category without a Jethro Tull question/answer,” another blasted.
“Wow. Flute Rock was a fail without a clue about Jethro Tull and Ian Anderson,” one echoed.
Contestant Emily Kawaler, a New York bioinformatician, agreed with fans’ uproar.
“Today is my friend Ian Anderson’s birthday (named for but no relation to the @jethrotull flutist). So it was especially egregious that he was left out of this category, and only partly because he’s really the only rock flutist I could have named,” she wrote while live-tweeting the episode.
Kawaler came in third place and walked away with $1,000.
Viewers were equally outraged earlier this year when dance legend Gene Kelly was the answer to a clue — but none of the contestants were able to identify him in a picture.
Also in the “Jeopardy!” flubs 2022 category, Jennings gave an answer away, then cursed at his error on the family-friendly show — to both the contestants’ and the audience’s amusement.