NH Man Loses on 'Jeopardy,' Misses 'Greatest Album of All Time'
EPPING — A Granite State man finished in second place in his appearance Tuesday night in the long-running television game show "Jeopardy."
Eric Maher, an Epping attorney, was the returning champion but finished in second place, winning $2,000.
Maher was Monday night's winner, correctly answering a question regarding Mother Teresa, winning $31,500 and becoming the new "Jeopardy" champion.
But Maher didn't fare so well on Tuesday, failing to correctly answer to the "Final Jeopardy" question, "Hailed as the 'Greatest Album of All Time,' in 2017 it returned to the top of the charts 50 years after its first release."
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by the Beatles.
Maher answered "The Wall" by Pink Floyd.
Kiana Nakamura, a graduate student from California, correctly got the "Final Jeopardy" question correct, winning $10,500.
According to the website for Donahue, Tucker and Ciandella, Maher as a licensed attorney in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and is a former police officer.