Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - Season 1

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  • Episode 118
    Episode 118
    Episode 101
    7/11/00
    0.0
    This episode's returning contestant is Eric Lillienthal, who left off at the $32,000 question with two lifelines left. He uses both his remaining lifelines, Phone-a-Friend first, to figure out what talk show host was a VH1 VJ (Rosie O'Donnell). Eric's friend says Queen Latifah is a little too obvious and guesses Ricki Lake, which was taken away by the 50:50. Rosie O'Donnell and Queen Latifah are left. He goes with the Queen, but misses. He loses $15,000, reducing him to $1,000. Next in the hot seat is David Goodman. He wins $500,000 without using a single lifeline. On his $1,000,000 question about where Paddington Bear was originally from (Peru), instead of pulling another John Carpenter move, David toyed with the audience by using all 3 lifelines although he specifically said after using the 50:50 that he got it. The lifeline left Peru and Iceland. He then asks the audience. 57% say Peru, 42% said Iceland, and 1% voted for an eliminated answer! He then uses his last lifeline and calls his friend Hagai. He says he is 100% sure it is Peru. He thinks about risking $468,000 on this question and then answers Peru, makes it his final answer, and became the youngest game show millionaire in the history of American game shows! Neal Organ is the next contestant to attempt to repeat David's feat. Neal cruises up to $64,000 without a single problem along the way. His $125,000 question about where the martial art Krav Maga originated (Israel) was a different story. He starts off by asking the audience. The majority says Russia at 37%. He then uses his 50:50, leaving Israel and Russia. He goes with Russia as his final answer and loses $32,000. But he still leaves with $32,000. Next contestant is Maureen Lawlor. She gets up to $200 when time runs out. Next time, Maureen will have 13 questions to go for $1,000,000.moreless
  • Episode 112
    Episode 112
    Episode 100
    7/1/00
    0.0
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  • Tournament of Champions episode 2
  • Tournament of Champions episode 1
  • Episode 13
  • Episode 13
    Episode 13
    Episode 15
    11/19/99
    10
    In this hour-long episode, Doug Foster was the carryover from last show. He missed his $64,000 question, leaving with $32,000. Paul Locharenkul fell back to $32,000 after incorrectly answering his $125,000 question. In a special appearance, David Honea returned because his $64,000 question was flawed, so he came back to win $125,000. And that ended the first series.moreless
  • Episode 12
    Episode 12
    Episode 14
    8/28/99
    0.0
    Michael Rosenthal is tonight's carryover. He walked away with $125,000. Jeff Gardner incorrectly answered his $16,000 question, so he goes home with $1,000. Doug Foster only got in $200 when time ran out.
  • Episode 11
    Episode 11
    Episode 13
    8/27/99
    0.0
    Bill MacDonald was the carryover from the previous show. He won $125,000 before walking on his $250,000 question. Michael Rosenthal got in $64,000 before the buzzer went off.
  • Episode 10
    Episode 10
    Episode 12
    8/26/99
    0.0
    Mark Dixon was the carryover from last time. He missed his $64,000 question leaving with $32,000. Bill MacDonald got in $16,000 before the clock ran out.
  • Episode 9
    Episode 9
    Episode 11
    8/25/99
    0.0
    This episode featured the very first million dollar question when carryover Michael Shutterly won $500,000! But he walked away with that. Mark Dixon had time to get in $200 before time ran out.
  • Episode 8
    Episode 8
    Episode 10
    8/24/99
    0.0
    Ginny Horvath is the first contestant of the night. She missed her $64,000 question, sending her home with $32,000. Michael Shutterly will carryover tomorrow with $1,000 in the bank.
  • Episode 7
    Episode 7
    Episode 9
    8/22/99
    0.0
    This was an hour-long episode of Millionaire with Doug Szafran as the carryover. He walked with $64,000, not knowing the $125,000 question. Robby Roseman took the walk of shame when he missed his $100 question, leaving with nothing! Tom Colletta did better but he fell on his $16,000 question, leaving with $1,000. Carl Park made it into the upper tier but he missed his $64,000 question, sending him home with $32,000. And time runs out without a carryover.moreless
  • Episode 6
    Episode 6
    Episode 8
    8/21/99
    0.0
    John McClain was the carryover and missed his $64,000 question, so he left with $32,000. Doug Szafran only had time to get $200 before the buzzer went off.
  • Episode 5
    Episode 5
    Episode 7
    8/20/99
    0.0
    Doug Van Gundy carried over from the previous show and wins $250,000! John McClain gets to $300 before time runs out.
  • Episode 4
    Episode 4
    Episode 6
    8/19/99
    6.5
    David Honea returned from the previous show and missed his $64,000 question, leaving with $32,000. Rob Gelbman got into the hot seat but missed his $32,000 question, leaving with $1,000. Doug Van Gundy will return next show with $1,000.
  • Episode 3
    Episode 3
    Episode 5
    8/18/99
    6.0
    Norman Payne returned from the previous show and missed his $64,000 question, walking away with $32,000. David Honea got to $32,000 before time ran out. But he'll be back next time.
  • Episode 2
    Episode 2
    Episode 4
    8/17/99
    9.9
    Hillary Daw carried over from the previous show and walked away from her $32,000 question, giving her $16,000 in prize money. The show ended with Norman Payne at $32,000. He'll return the next show to finish his quest for $1,000,000.
  • Second Game
    Second Game
    Episode 3
    10/3/99
    9.9
  • First Game
    First Game
    Episode 2
    9/23/99
    9.5
  • Episode 1
    Episode 1
    Episode 1
    8/16/99
    10
    In this episode, David Korotkin worked his way up to the $4,000 question and missed, thus taking home with him $1,000. Hillary Daw ran out of time at $8,000, so she'll carry over to the next show to try to finish her journey to $1,000,000.
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