Louis C.K. was the star of Jeopardy! last night, netting $50,000 for charity while trouncing CNN's Kate Bolduan and the Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart during Power Players week. Check out some highlights from the episode below.

C.K. was playing on behalf of the Fistula Foundation, which works in Asia and Africa to help women who have suffered obstetric fistulas during childbirth. As they explain on their website, "An obstetric fistula is a hole between the vagina and rectum or bladder that is caused by prolonged obstructed labor, leaving a woman incontinent of urine or feces or both."

"Fistula patients, they’re modern day lepers," Fistula Foundation CEO Kate Grant told USA Today. "Too often in places, women don’t get Depend pads or even hot showers or multiple changes of clothes, and end up way too often they become outcasts in rural areas." She explained that C.K. approached them about representing them on the program because he "was interested in a women’s issue, particularly one where women are underserved." He also apparently tweeted about the foundation a few times before quitting Twitter, which crashed the foundation's website.

So what was the secret to C.K.'s Jeopardy! success? He had no interest in being funny, and took it deadly seriously:

Oh, and also, he showed up. That is more than half the battle apparently:

C.K. kicked off an all-new comedy tour this week, with performances last night and today in Asbury Park, NJ (he'll end up in NYC proper in July and September). He has said in recent interviews that stand-up is taking up his full attention at the moment: "I think since I’ve been doing the series on FX, I’ve been splitting the time. I realized this year that the best you can be as a stand-up is when all you’re ever doing is stand-up, so I wanted to devote a lot of time to being on the road."