These “Jeopardy!” contestants could stand to learn a thing or two about Ottawa.

On Wednesday’s episode of the long-running game show, the Final Jeopardy round was all about Canada’s capital, and it had the players stumped.

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“An annual event called Winterlude includes skating on the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in this city,” read the clue.

Contestant Genesis Whitlock guessed, “Paris,” while Amy Schneider put down “Amsterdam.”

“It has canals, but no,” guest host Ken Jennings responded, “the Rideau Canal runs through Ottawa, Canada.”

On Twitter, Canadians got a big kick out of Ottawa being the final question on “Jeopardy!”

Though as some pointed out, the late Alex Trebek might have been miffed at the flub, given that he went to school at the University of Ottawa.

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But Whitlock and Schneider have an opportunity to educate themselves, as Ottawa Tourism invited them on a free three night trip to the city to enjoy the annual Winterlude festival.

“We want to show them what they might have missed,” said Ottawa Tourism’s president and CEO Michael Crockatt said in a news release, according to CTV News.