All hail the GOATs.
'Jeopardy: The Greatest of All Time' kicked off last night with a heated battle between the game's three highest-earning players.
All-time greats and former champs Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer duked it out, getting a lot of right answers in two rapid-fire matches.
Kennings walked away the victor of Game 1 with 45,000 points. Holzhauer came in second with 33,200 and Rutter in third with 10,400.
The evening was the first of two back-to-back nights for the tournament, the game show's first primetime special in 30 years.
Catch the best moments from last night's episode below.
Holzhauer gets frisky with a taunt
He didn't get first place on night 1, but the Vegas-based sports bettor definitely had the juice, getting competitive with this taunt to competitor Brad.
Alex Trebek gets frisky with the language!
If you had any doubt that Trebek is the ultimate "Jeopardy!" GOAT, watch this video of him saying "b-tchin' mixtape" during one of the clues.
Rutter had some daily double trouble
It was not a good night for Brad Rutter. The champ hit a snag, hitting two daily doubles and losing it all both times. And yes, you know Twitter noticed.
All three champs wore purple ribbons in support of Trebek's battle with pancreatic cancer
The three contestants wore purple ribbons to show their support for the beloved host's widely known battle with pancreatic cancer.
James Holzhauer live tweeted the night
Holzhauer was a trending topic while searching trending topics. While the show aired, news broke of Iran's missile attack on an Iraqi military base housing American soldiers. "#worldwar3 WILL NOT UPSTAGE US," he joked with a war cry of his own. Checked out his feed for other great moments, including this "Simpsons" reference to his own ha-ha moment and his ire at not drawing a daily double.
Ken Jennings takes night 1
Jennings won the first evening of the tournament. In this post-show clip, Jennings said, "When I talked on the phone to my wife last night, I said, 'I want to win one. That's my goal for day one.' And uh, mission accomplished!"