It was a runaway game for “Jeopardy!” contestant Brian Chang, so he decided to have a little fun during the final round. 

Ahead of Tuesday night’s Final Jeopardy question, Chang had $17,000 — more than double the amount of the contestant in second place. So rather than worrying about coming up with the correct response, Chang used his answer to poke some fun at Ken Jennings, who is in his second week as a “Jeopardy!” guest host

Falling under the category “the business of travel,” the Final Jeopardy question read: “Adjusted for inflation, the nightly rate this company put in its name in 1962 is now $51.” 

Two of the three contestants got it right — Motel 6. Chang, however, went a different route with his answer: H&R Block. 

It was the answer Jennings failed to come up with 16 years ago — the answer that dramatically ended his 74-game winning streak in 2004.

“Now Brian, I know from experience, H&R Block is sometimes the right answer, but not today, I’m afraid,” Jennings quipped after Chang revealed his response.

Jennings joked that Chang had brought back bad memories before going on to congratulate the contestant as the new winner.

Jennings is the first “Jeopardy!” guest host following Alex Trebek’s death. He will fill this position for at least six weeks, according to the Deseret News.

Journalist Katie Couric, NFL star Aaron Rodgers, “60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker and “Big Bang Theory” actress Mayim Bialik will then take turns as guest host. The show is not announcing an official host at this time.