Lines open from 6 PM to 2 AM Eastern time (3 PM to 11 PM Pacific). Preliminary round consists of three questions with four choices to put in order. Only one call allowed per person per day. Phone lines close May 1.
I've added a new row of contestants to the roster, including Toby Moore, the second $250K winner of November. The next update will be a little stickier; I accidentally started taping the 11/20 episode right after John Carpenter's million-dollar win. As a result, I can't get the portrait for Stephen Fox (the contestant after Carpenter), nor do I have the complete information on his qualifying question. If you'd like to help me out by capturing a Snappy of his mug shot and supply how many other people got his question right (and you'll get credit from me if you do), let me know.
Welcome to my page dedicated to the greatest game show to grace the airwaves in quite a long time: ABC's smash hit "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" Since its inception in August, the show has been a ratings buzzsaw, scoring as high as 30 million viewers in one night. Household names have been made of its contestants, notably its three Millionaires (John Carpenter, Dan Blonsky and Joe Trela) and other big winners (Jason Block, Doug Van Gundy, and Michael Shutterly to name a few).
This page will delve into each of the games that were played in the August and November runs. Unlike other WWTBAM? sites, which only displayed the last question and final results, I've decided to take on the task of documenting every question that was played. Also, to add a little personal flavor to the play-by-play, I've added some of my laments (in light blue) documenting why that was a horrible question, why this person shouldn't have used the Lifeline, etc.
Also, to add a little suspense to each game, I've added blank space to the bottom of each page. This is my attempt to make each page look about as big as the others. That way, you don't know how well a person did just because of the length of the page. Don't worry about the blank space. It's exactly that - blank - so there's nothing interesting down there.
To begin your journey, click on a player below. You'll be whisked off to a page to see exactly how s/he did.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? is a production of Celador Television and Valleycrest Pictures Ltd. Please don't sue me.
owned by Tim "Loogaroo" Connolly.
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