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It is with much reluctance that I announce my closing of this portion of my site. Well, technically, I'm not closing it - it'll still be up for posterity - but I've decided that I no longer have the time to update it any further. As it is, I was already a more than a year behind on the summaries, and about that far behind in the Quickies, plus I always looked in dread at all of the May games that would have had to be captured. When I began this page, I working 23 hours a week. Then I started driving to Northridge and back for school. Now, I'm doing both. Also, I was spending large amounts of money on video tapes - tapes which, when I was working on this, would fill up after just a week and a half, even more quickly when I was also taping The Mole.
I still watch and enjoy the show as much as I ever did, but I'm afraid that I will have to euthanize this place. I hadn't touched it in a couple months, anyway, so this hopefully won't come to you as much of a shock. In closing, I wish to thank you all for visiting, and a special thanks to the five contestants who sent me their feedback - David Korotkin, David Honea, Rob Gelbman, Mark Dixon and Matt Marcotte. Thanks for stopping by.
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 of 1999, 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 six Millionaires (John Carpenter, Joe Trela and Kim Hunt to name a few) and other big winners (Jason Block, Doug Van Gundy, and Michael Shutterly to name a few more). This page will delve into the games of contestants that have made their mark on the show's history, whether they were million dollar winners or lower-tier llamas. Here you'll find the transcripts of every question these players were given, and their actions that led up to their final answers. There's also blank space after each page, so you can't tell how a player did simply by the length of the page.
To begin your journey, click on a player below. You'll be whisked off to a page to see exactly how s/he did.
Due to space constraints, The Question of the Week archive has been closed.
Doug Van Gundy
David Honea - Part 2
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? is a production of Celador Television and Valleycrest Pictures Ltd. Please don't sue me.
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