Quiz show contestant gets question wrong even though the answer was on his t-shirt
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Some people are such hardcore Marvel fans that they collect every comic book, action figure, and t-shirt, they can find — others just like it for the fashion, I guess.
That's what you'd have to assume about this quiz show contestant, who got a question about Steve Rodgers wrong, even though he was wearing a Captain America t-shirt. Check out the embarrassing fail here:
Competing in Spanish language quiz show Ahora Caigo, contestant Roberto really made a mess of his round when he was asked a relatively simple question about the man on his t-shirt, and still got it wrong.
With just under three minutes left on the clock, host Arturo Valls asked Alberto which title Steve Rodgers goes by in the Avengers franchise.
The options were: Doctor America, Mr America, or Captain America.
Now, I'd like to think most people would know the answer to this question. For the past decade, Captain America has been plastered across billboards, mentioned in interviews, seen in film trailers, taken over shop displays, etc., etc.
If anything, it's been almost impossible to get *away* from the Captain.
So why, oh why, did Alberto lock in 'Doctor America' as his final answer?
Especially when the t-shirt he decided to wear for his big TV moment read 'Captain America', clear as day?
This must be how Ramones fans feel when they see people wearing those Primark t-shirts.
Captain America was officially 'the first Avenger' that made up. the iconic team of superheroes in 2012's The Avengers - joined by Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Black Widow, and Hawkeye.
Since his first appearance in the MCU in 2011, Chris Evans' Captain America has appeared in 10 different Marvel films, from leading roles to smaller cameos.
The Cap made his final appearance in 2019's Avengers: End Game, and since he had a pretty finite ending, fans were certain that it would be the last they'd see of Steve Rodgers.
But, two years later, reports circulated that Chris Evans would reprise his role as Captain America was in talks with Marvel Studio bosses to negotiate a deal.
Unfortunately, Chris isn't so sure about that one.
"I don't want to disappoint anybody but it's tough to... It was such a good run and I'm so happy with it", he told Comicbook.com.
"It's so precious to me. It would have to be perfect. It just would be scary to rattle something that is, again, so, so dear to me. That role means so much to me. So, to revisit it, it would be a tall order."
Featured Image Credit: Ahora Caigo
Topics: TV and Film, Marvel, Captain America