Here's how Ike Barinholtz fared on the “Jeopardy: Tournament of Champions” semifinals

Goodbye, sweet prince.

Warning: This article contains spoilers for the Jeopardy: Tournament of Champions semifinals.

It was fun while it lasted.

Ike Barinholtz couldn’t Barinhold (sorry!) onto his winning streak in Thursday’s Jeopardy: Tournament of Champions semifinal round, ultimately ending the match in third place. The Mindy Project and Afterparty actor was the first-ever ToC contestant to originate on Celebrity Jeopardy rather than the show’s standard edition.

After winning over $1,000,000 for charity in his Celebrity Jeopardy victory last year (“I actually used that money to buy a new boat,” the comedian joked in his introduction on Thursday’s ep), Barinholtz surprised Tournament of Champions viewers when he won his matchup in the quarterfinals on Monday, beating out regular previous Jeopardy winners Melissa Klapper and Ray Lalonde.

<p>Tyler Golden/ABC via Getty</p> Ike Barinholtz on 'Celebrity Jeopardy'

Tyler Golden/ABC via Getty

Ike Barinholtz on 'Celebrity Jeopardy'

During Thursday’s dramatic semifinals matchup, the actor faced philosophy professor Ben Chan and quality control specialist Jared Watson. Barinholtz started the game off on the wrong foot, incorrectly answering a question about Powhatan to go $1000 into the red. He steadily crawled back into the game and ended the first round with $1,600 — more than $5,000 behind the other two players.

However, Barinholtz excelled in the Double Jeopardy round, answering multiple $2,000 questions correctly and demonstrating his knowledge about poetry, art, sports, and television. He entered Final Jeopardy with 10,400, significantly ahead of Watson (who’d zeroed out after a failed all-in wager on a Daily Double) and only a few thousand behind Chan.

Final Jeopardy ultimately determined the outcome of the match. Though none of the three players answered the question about Aeschylus’ first surviving play correctly, Barinholtz wagered all of his winnings, landing him in last place with an even $0. Chan won the match by risking less, ending with $9,599 (which means Barinholtz would have won if he’d risked nothing).

So long, sweet Ike, and thanks for all the memories.

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