Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • Episode 31
    Episode 31
    Episode 34
    11/24/99
    0.0
    The carryover tonight is Lauren Kelner. She won $500 last time after using her ATA on the question. She made it to $8,000 with no problems but needed to PAF on her $16,000 question asking what group of people is referred to as the 'fourth estate' (Press). Her PAF gave her the correct answer. She then made $125,000 with no problems but she used her 50/50 before walking away on her $250,000 question about what city Rosa Park was arrested in (Montgomery, AL). Her 50/50 left two AL towns, which didn't help so she walked away with $125,000. Next in the hot seat is Neil Larrimore. He had to ask the audience on the very first $100 question. But even though that happened, Neil still made $16,000 without a sweat. But he needed his PAF on his $32,000 to figure out what the largest US state is in terms of land area (Alaska). His PAF helped him come up with the correct answer and Neil locked in $32,000. But he needed his 50/50 on his next question to help him come up with the answer what you'd grow if you are a viticulturist (Grapes). His 50/50 left Grapes and Olives. He said Grapes and won $64,000. His next two question were a breeze and he won $250,000! But he walked away from his $500,000 question about what actor never portrayed the role of Jesus Christ in a film (Charlton Heston). He won $250,000! At the end of the show, we looked at all the greatest moments of the November run.moreless
  • Episode 30
    Episode 30
    Episode 33
    11/23/99
    0.0
    The carryover tonight is Chad Harp. He won $200 after having to use a 50/50 on that question. He then has to ATA on his $1,000 about whose music you are a fan of if you call yourself a 'Parrothead' (Jimmy Buffett). He then makes $8,000 without any problems but needed his last lifeline (PAF) on his $16,000 question asking what photographic technology Edwin H. Land introduced in 1947 (Polaroid Camera). His PAF came up with the answer, no problem and won Chad $16,000. But he lost 15,000 of it on his $32,000 question asking what the current largest denomination of US currency is ($100). He answered $10,000 and lost. He left with $1,000. The next in the hot seat is Jason Francis. He needed to ATA on his $500 question about who could turn the world on with her smile in her TV show theme song (Mary Tyler Moore). He then made $16,000 with no further help but needed his other 2 lifelines on his $32,000 question which asked what name B.B. King calls his Gibson guitar (Lucille). First he used his 50:50 which left Lucille and Diddley. Then he used the PAF, who was positive the answer was Lucille. Jason went with him and won $32,000. He answered his $64,000 question correctly with no hesitation but he had to walk away on his $125,000 question because he didn't know what poet opened a sonnet with 'Death, be not proud' (John Donne). He won $64,000. Next up is Shawn Borgosz. He won $4,000 with no problems but needed to ask the audience on his $8,000 question about the constellation known as the Hunter (Orion). When the audience came through for him, his next question about the pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) needed a PAF. His PAF was confident with Mark Twain so Shawn went with his PAF and won the money. But he used his 50/50 on his next question for $32,000 about the legendary jazz vocalist known as 'Lady Day' (Billie Holiday). His 50/50 left Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald. He answered Fitzgerald and lost $15,000, leaving with $1,000. Next is Lauren Kelner. She needed her ATA on her $500 question about what drink party animal Spuds McKenzie was a 'pitch dog' for (Bud Light). The audience came through once again! Then the buzzer went off so Lauren will be back next show going for $1,000 with 2 lifelines left.moreless
  • Episode 29
    Episode 29
    Episode 32
    11/22/99
    0.0
    Tonight's returning contestant is Jane Oviatt. She won $32,000 last time with 1 lifeline intact: Ask the Audience, which she uses on her $125,000 question asking what artist popularized the sculpture with movable parts known as the mobile (Alexander Calder). Luckily, they come through and win Jane $125,000, which she walks away with when she couldn't place the letter that does not exist in the Hawaiian alphabet (T). Next to take his shot at the million is David Patrick. He makes $8,000 without a problem but needed to ask the audience on the $16,000 question asking who the last character to be eaten by a shark in "Jaws" was (Quint). When the audience came through, his next question asked what organization coined the national "Take Our Daughters to Work Day" (Ms. Foundation for Women). He used his 50:50, which left him League of Women Voters and Ms. Foundation for Women. He made a correct choice and won $32,000. He got his $64,000 question right no hesitation but he needed to PAF on his $125,000 question asking what country is not on the Equator (Chile). His PAF guessed Chile but David didn't want to risk it so he stopped with $64,000. The PAF was right! Oh well. Next up is Rob Berman. He needed to ask the audience on the $500 question, asking who alone can make a tree (God). After that, he was able to make $16,000 with no further trouble. But his $32,000 question which asked what temperature water freezes at (32 Fahrenheit) called for a 50:50. Something finally clicked in his head after he used the 50:50 and he made the correct choice. He then made $125,000 with flying colors but his $250,000 question asking who the patron saint of lost causes is (St. Jude) gave him some problems. He phoned his Mom, who had no idea. Since he didn't have a clue either, he decided to stop with $125,000. Next to take his turn is Chad Harp. He needed a 50:50 to figure out what food is normally "shucked" before eating (Oysters) for $200. He got it right and then time ran out. He'll be back next time to go for $1,000,000.moreless
  • Episode 28
    Episode 28
    Episode 31
    11/21/99
    0.0
    John Nelson is the returning contestant tonight. He won $200 last time he was on and now is back to win some more. He gets to $4,000 question, where he has to ask the audience what director is known for making cameo appearances in every one of his movies (Alfred Hitchcock). After that, he gets to the $16,000 question, where he has to use 50:50 to confirm his answer to what you would find in the 'Promise Keepers' movement (Christian men). Then, he makes $64,000 without a scratch but he used his PAF on his $125,000 question asking what goddess "Winged Victory" is a sculpture of (Nike). His PAF guessed Athena. John went with him and drops back the $32,000. Next to take the shot at the million is Bob Ehrenberg. He gets to $8,000 without a problem but needed a 50:50 to figure out what company has the slogan 'it's the toughest job you'll ever love' (Peace Corps) to win $16,000. He then gets his $32,000 question right but he missed his $64,000 question after a wrong answer on what country was part of the United Kingdom but not Great Britain (Northern Ireland). Bob stands still with $32,000. Jane Oviatt is next to go for the big bucks. She makes $8,000 with no help but needed a 50:50 on her $16,000 question about what prompts Teyve and Golde to sing 'Sunrise, Sunset' in 'Fiddler on the Roof' (A daughter's wedding). After that, her $32,000 question the signal that indicates the election of a new Vatican pope (White Smoke) called for a PAF. Her PAF gave her sheer confidence in the correct answer. After that, the buzzer goes off and Jane will be back next show to go for $64,000.moreless
  • Episode 27
    Episode 27
    Episode 30
    11/20/99
    0.0
    Tonight's returning contestant is Stephen Fox. He witnessed John Carpenter win the million dollars and make television history. Now it's his turn to follow that act. He didn't get any questions in the previous night but he will tonight. He, unfortunately, won't be another John as he burns his audience lifeline on his $500 question asking what expression is also a word to describe how to make socks (Darn). But he made $32,000 without any more help but he missed his $64,000 question asking what animal Jane Goodall was best known for working with (Chimpanzees). He answered Gorillas, which really was a good guess! Oh well. Next to take a spin in the hot seat is John Capolongo. He made $4,000 without a problem but he missed his $8,000 question about what actress never starred on Charlie's Angels (Cheryl Tiegs), leaving all of his 3 lifelines on the table! Now up to play is Matt Marcotte. He cruised right up to $16,000 without a single edge but his $32,000 question gave him some problems. He had no idea what country hosted and won the 1998 men's soccer World Cup (France). He asked the audience which didn't give him a convincing precentage. His 50:50 left Brazil and France. After a bit of deliberation, he finally chose France and got it right! He then made $125,000 without any further help but needed help from a PAF on his $250,000 asking what color what not the name of a sea (Topaz). His PAF figured out the question perfectly and won Matt $250,000! He then walked away with that prize when he didn't know the next question. John Nelson gets up to $200 before the buzzer goes off but he will be back tomorrow to take a spin in the hot seat.moreless
  • Episode 26
    Episode 26
    Episode 29
    11/19/99
    0.0
    John Carpenter, the carryover contestant from the previous episode, is already at $200 with all 3 lifelines. He works his way up the Money Tree without a single trouble along the way. He makes it to the $1,000,000 question still with all 3 lifelines! The question asked what president appeared on 'Laugh-In' (Richard Nixon) He uses his phone-a-friend just to say hi to his dad (!), then he answers his million-dollar question to make television history as the first game show millionaire!! Also in this episode was Stephen Fox, who ran out of time after his Fastest Finger Question. But he will be back next show to try to follow John.moreless
  • Episode 25
    Episode 25
    Episode 28
    11/18/99
    0.0
    Toby Moore is the returning contestant tonight. He made it all the way to $125,000 last time going for the $250,000 question, which he gets right immediately. But his $500,000 question asking what character wasn't a Pokemon (Frodo) gave him some trouble. He called for the 50:50, which left Frodo and Jigglypuff. Still unsure, Toby decided to walk away with the $250,000.

    Tim Reilly was next to take a million-dollar shot. He cruised up to $16,000 without a problem but needed the audience's help on his $32,000 question to figure out what presidential candidate ran for office with Geraldine Ferraro as his vice presidential running mate (Walter Mondale). Even though, it didn't come with an overwhelming majority, they got it right! Then, on his next question, which asked what everyday product took its name from the founder of antiseptic surgery (Listerine) called for a PAF. His PAF guessed right. His $125,000 question was no problem for him but he needed a 50:50 on his $250,000 question which asked what impressionist painter's of dot-like brush strokes was considered scandalous in his time (Georges Seurat). When the 50:50 (which left Seurat and Claude Monet) didn't give much help, he decided to walk away with the $125,000.

    Next in the hot seat is Al Metz. He made $8,000 without a single edge but he had to ask the audience on his $16,000 question asking who wrote the Harry Potter book series (JK Rowling). When the audience got that question, his next question concerning who was never a regular anchor on '60 Minutes' (Walter Cronkite) gave him a little more trouble. He needed to PAF, who gave the correct answer. He then made $125,000 all on his own but walked away after using his 50:50 on his $250,000 question asking for the collective name for a group of leopards (Leap). But if he took a shot at the question, he would have won $250,000! Oh well.

    Last to take a spin in the hot seat is John Carpenter. He won $200 before the buzzer went off but he will be back tomorrow.moreless
  • Episode 24
    Episode 24
    Episode 27
    11/17/99
    0.0
    The carryover tonight is Meredith Mansfield. She reached $4,000 with 2 lifelines intact before the buzzer went off. She used her PAF right away on her $8,000 question concerning what American historical figure wrote and published 'Poor Richard's Almanack' (Ben Franklin). Her PAF came through for her! She then used her 50:50 on her $16,000 question asking how many innings there are in an official regulation softball game (Seven). Her 50:50 left Seven and Nine but she went with the wrong one and left with only $1,000. Next to take his shot at the $1,000,000 was Toby Moore. He needed to ask the audience on the $2,000 question asking what type of pasta is shaped like a corkscrew (Fusilli). He then made it to $16,000 with no further problems but needed to call someone on his $32,000 question to figure out which grounds you would find the official grounds of the Vice President of the United States on (US Naval Observatory). He then made $125,000 without any help, but that's when the buzzer went off. Toby would be back the next show.moreless
  • Episode 23
    Episode 23
    Episode 26
    11/16/99
    0.0
    The carryover tonight is Jennifer Mullins. She reached $200 before the buzzer went off. Tonight, she cruised all the way to $16,000 but ran into her $32,000 question asking what fictional hospital the TV series 'ER' takes place in (Country General). She decided to ask the audience, which gave her an overwhelming 88% for a majority. Then, on her $64,000 question, she needed help from a phone-a-friend to know what world capital you would find the Forbidden City in (Beijing). Her PAF was 99% sure of the answer. And she was right! After using the 50:50, she decided to walk away from her $125,000 question asking how many strings are found on a violin (Four). Next in line was Meredith Mansfield. She made $2,000 without a lifeline but needed the audience's help on her $4,000, which asked what movie featured Tom Cruise dancing in his underwear to the song 'Old Time Rock & Roll' (Risky Business). Another overwhelming majority from the audience with 94% for the correct answer. Then the time was up but Meredith returned the next show.moreless
  • Episode 22
    Episode 22
    Episode 25
    11/15/99
    0.0
    Tonight's carryover is Darrin Despain. He won $8,000 last night with 2 lifelines intact (PAF, 50:50). He needed his PAF right away on his $16,000 question. His PAF was very confident that Aretha Franklin is known as the "Queen of Soul". And he had the right confidence! His $32,000 question was no problem but he guessed wrong after using his 50:50 on his $64,000 question asking how many men walked on the moon (12). Next player is Dan Dagey. He made $500 with no problem but needed backup on his $1,000 question from the audience. The audience was right. He then needed help from a PAF at $8,000 asking where Henry David Thoreau spent two years searching for a simpler life (Walden Pond). He got through his $16,000 but he used a 50:50 on his $32,000 question to find out what character says, 'I have always depended on the kindness of strangers' (Blanche Dubois). He guessed correctly, though. But he guessed incorrectly on his $64,000 question, leaving with $32,000. Up now is Brent Austin. He cruised to $8,000 with no hesitation but it took two lifelines on his $16,000 question to figure what American folk artist didn't begin painting until her seventies (Grandma Moses). He used the 50:50 first, then his ATA. He then made $64,000 with no further problems but he needed to use a PAF on his $125,000 question asking what talk show host once worked as an aide on Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign (Jerry Springer). His PAF said Maury Povich. After some deliberation, Brent went with his PAF, but got a bum steer. At least he left with $32,000. Last person in the hot seat was Jennifer Mullins. She had to get $200 before the buzzer went off. She'd be back next show to take her shot at the $1,000,000.moreless
  • Episode 21
    Episode 21
    Episode 24
    11/14/99
    0.0
    Tom Pajak is the carryover contestant from last night. He won $200 before time ran out. Tonight, he cruised to $16,000 before having a problem on his $32,000 question which asked what boxer's daughter won her first professional boxing match in 31 seconds (Muhammad Ali). He asked the audience, which gave him assurance of 78%. He then needed his PAF on his $64,000 question asking which actor recorded a single with his co-star that reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart (John Travolta). His PAF guessed Travolta and she was right. Then, on his $125,000 question, which asked what president was in office when the voting age was reduced from 21 to 18 (Richard Nixon), he needed a 50:50. It left him with Nixon and Lyndon Johnson. Tom chose the right answer. But he was pretty sure he knew his $250,000 question asking what title was a Toni Morrison novel (Tar Baby). He went with Waiting to Exhale and lost $93,000. Next in the hot seat was Andres Rivera. He needed backup from the audience at $1,000 to figure out what word best describes the phrase 'as the crow flies'. The audience said Straight with 73% and they were right. He then cruised up to $32,000 without any help but used a 50:50 on his $64,000 question to figure out what state was the first to secede from the Union (South Carolina). He guessed right. He then made $125,000 question before using a PAF on his $250,000 question. However, his PAF didn't know who the first host of Saturday Night Live was (George Carlin). So Andres decided to walk the $125,000. Next to take their shot at the million was Darrin Despain. He made $4,000 without any help but needed audience help figuring out who served in the Persian Gulf as commander of the U.S. forces during Operation Desert Storm (Norman Schwarzkopf). The audience helped him out with 77% assurance. After that question, time ran out.moreless
  • Episode 250
    Episode 250
    Episode 23
    5/4/01
    0.0
  • Episode 20
    Episode 20
    Episode 23
    11/13/99
    0.0
    Mike Feinberg is tonight's returning contestant. He reached $8,000 last night with only 1 lifeline available (PAF), which he needed right away on his $16,000 question. His PAF helped him succeed with the right answer to what substance the double helix descrives (DNA). He then made $64,000 with no lifelines left, then he walked away with that when he didn't know what animal is represented on a caduceus (Snake). Next in the hot seat is Adam Fine. He needed the audience's help on his $1,000 question and the audience helped him out. He then needed his 50:50 at $16,000 to figure out what New York community's residents discovered their long-term exposure to toxic waste (Love Canal). He then won it. He then needed a PAF's help on his $32,000 asking what actress didn't play Rizzo in the broadway Grease (Courteney Cox). He walked away when his PAF couldn't help him out. Ready to go for the million now is Rick Grimes. He did the same thing as Mike did when he used his 50:50 then his ATA on his $8,000 question asking what entrepreneur's personal worth topped a billion dollars when her company went public in October 1999 (Martha Stewart), then needed PAF at $16,000 to find out who won an Emmy award for performing on the Tonight Show when Johnny Carson was host (Bette Midler). He also made $64,000 before walking away when he couldn't figure out who was a founding member of the Rolling Stones (Brian Jones). Next in the hot seat was Tom Pajak. He only got to $200 before time ran out but he'll be back in the hot seat next show.moreless
  • Episode 249
    Episode 249
    Episode 22
    5/3/01
    0.0
  • Episode 19
    Episode 19
    Episode 22
    11/12/99
    0.0
    In another half-hour episode, John LaMantia was the returning contestant. He won $16,000 last time he was here with all three lifelines. He actually made it up to $125,000 with no help, becoming the first contestant in the US to do so. But he ran into trouble on his $250,000 asking what title was given to Prince Edward upon his 1999 marriage (Earl of Wessex). His 50:50 left Earl of Wessex and Earl of Sussex. His ATA gave him a 57% percentage for Earl of Wessex. His PAF said Earl of Sussex. After using all three lifelines and still unconvinced, John decided to walk away. The audience was right. Next to go for $1,000,000 is Mike Feinberg. He made $4,000 with no problems but his $8,000 question involving what was not a type of mushroom (Endive) gave him a little trouble. He used the 50:50 which left Morel and Endive. He then asked the audience, giving him an overwhelming majority for Endive with 84%. Mike went with that and was right! The buzzer ran off after that but he'll be back next show.moreless
  • Episode 248
    Episode 248
    Episode 21
    5/1/01
    0.0
  • Episode 18
    Episode 18
    Episode 21
    11/11/99
    0.0
    The returning contestant tonight was Beth Plummer. She made $200 before time ran out the other night. She cruised up to $16,000 with no problems but needed the audience's help on her $32,000 question what phrase plays third base according to Abbott and Costello's 'Who's On First?' (I Don't Know). The audience had a 67% majority for the right answer. Then, on her $64,000 question, she was asked who was born in the 20th Century (Mother Teresa). Her 50:50 left Ernest Hemingway and Mother Teresa. She then burned up her PAF, who said Mother Teresa with confidence. He was right! She then walked with the $64,000. Next up is Gary Levine. He needed two lifelines on his $8,000 question who won a Tony Award for choreographing "Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk" (Savion Glover). He used 50:50 which left Savior Glover and Gregory Hines and ATA gave him 62% for Glover. They were right! He then crusied all the way up to $250,000! He walked away from his $500,000 question after his PAF didn't convince him about how many children Captain Von Trapp had in 'The Sound of Music'. Next up was John LaMantia. He cruised up to $16,000 before the buzzer went off. But he'll be back next show to climb up the money tree.moreless
  • Episode 247
    Episode 247
    Episode 20
    4/29/01
    0.0
  • Episode 17
    Episode 17
    Episode 20
    11/10/99
    0.0
    In another half-hour episode, Ted Patchell is the carryover. He made $2,000 last night with three lifelines intact. He needed the audience's help on his $8,000 question involving the detective agency Maddie Hayes and David Addison worked for on 'Moonlighting' (Blue Moon). The audience succeeded for him. He then made $32,000 but needed a 50:50 on his $64,000 question asking what 'i.e.' means (That is). 50:50 left That is and In reference to. He got that right but guessed wrong on his $125,000 question asking what rapper's song 'Cop Killer' had to be dropped from his album due to pressure from police groups (Ice-T). He answered Chuck D. Next in the hot seat is Clark Hantzmon. He made $4,000 without using any lifelines but needed the audience on his $8,000 question asking what female gymnast won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics (Mary Lou Retton). He then got the $16,000 question right, no problem. But then on his $32,000 question which asked what was not the name of a US Space Shuttle (Voyager), he needed a 50:50. It left Atlantis and Voyager. He confidently went with Voyager and left with $1,000. Beth Plummer has enough time to get $200 before time is up. She'll be back tomorrow.moreless
  • Episode 246
    Episode 246
    Episode 19
    4/27/01
    0.0
  • Episode 16
    Episode 16
    Episode 19
    11/9/99
    0.0
    This was a half-hour episode. Joel Winkelsas was the carryover. He only had time to reach $200 due to a lack of time. But now he's back with three lifelines intact. He cruised to $4,000 but needed help on his $8,000 question involving the phrase that Congress added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954 (Under God). He used 50:50 leaving Under God and And Justice For All. Still unsure he used ATA, which gave no clear indication whatsoever. Under God got 49% and And Justice For All got 51%. Joel took a risk and said Under God and it paid off! He then made $32,000 but didn't know his $64,000 asking who was the only heavyweight champion ever to retire undefeated as a professional (Rocky Marciano). He used his PAF. His PAF guessed Rocky Marciano and he was right. He then walked with the $64,000 not knowing the answer to his $125,000 question. Next up in Ted Patchell. He climbed up to $2,000 before time ran out but he would be back tomorrow to go for $1,000,000.moreless
  • Episode 245
    Episode 245
    Episode 18
    4/26/01
    0.0
  • Episode 15
    Episode 15
    Episode 18
    11/8/99
    0.0
    Tonight's returning contestant was John Christensen. He reached $4,000 last time with 2 lifelines intact (PAF, 50:50). He made $16,000 with no problems but hit a roadblock on his $32,000 question asking what element makes up the largest percentage of the Earth's atmosphere (Nitrogen). He used his PAF, who guesses either carbon or hydrogen. John then did 50:50, which in fact [b]eliminated[/b] carbon and hydrogen. It left oxygen and nitrogen. So John decided to leave with $16,000. Next in the hot seat was Joel McElvain. He made $32,000 without a problem but was pretty sure he knew his $64,000 question about the number of whole tones that make up an octave (Six). He answered eight but fell short. Next up was Jeff Siehl. He cruised to $8,000 smoothly but needed a 50:50 on his $16,000 asking what what river the Hoover Dam was on (Colorado River). He answered correctly. He then made $64,000 with no problems. But on his $125,000 question asking how many arms a squid has including tentacles (Ten), he used his remaining lifelines. His PAF guessed ten and the audience guessed the same but with only 39% of a majority. Still unconvinced, Jeff decided to walk away. It turns out everyone was right! Oh well. Due to a lack of time, Joel Winkelsas could only reach $200 before time ran out. But he carried over next show.moreless
  • Episode 244
    Episode 244
    Episode 17
    4/24/01
    0.0
  • Episode 14
    Episode 14
    Episode 17
    11/7/99
    0.0
    Mark Megerian is the first fastest finger winner of the second series! He cruised to $16,000 but missed his $32,000 question asking what state capital is located at the highest altitude (Santa Fe). He became the first contestant to leave all 3 lifelines on the table!

    John Cuthbertson was the next player that night. He made it up to $16,000 without a problem but he needed to ask the audience on his $32,000 question asking for the name of the piece of jewelry from the movie "Titanic" (Heart of the Ocean). The audience succeeded! But he used the 50:50 on his $64,000 question asking what city the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in (Oslo). He answered Stockholm but fell short.

    Next up was Jim Baird. He asked the audience on his $500 question the name of a coin that also refers to the of a pancake (Silver dollar). The audiene passed again. But on his $4,000 question asking how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon (Three), he answered Two and left with $1,000.

    John Christensen was the next contestant that night. He needed the audience's help on his $200 question but he was able to make it to $4,000 before time ran out.moreless
  • Episode 243
    Episode 243
    Episode 16
    4/22/01
    0.0
  • Episode 242
    Episode 242
    Episode 15
    4/20/01
    0.0
  • Episode 241
    Episode 241
    Episode 14
    4/19/01
    0.0
  • Episode 240
    Episode 240
    Episode 13
    4/17/01
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  • Episode 239
    Episode 239
    Episode 12
    4/15/01
    0.0
  • Episode 238
    Episode 238
    Episode 11
    4/13/01
    0.0
  • Episode 237
    Episode 237
    Episode 10
    4/12/01
    0.0
  • Episode 236
    Episode 236
    Episode 9
    4/10/01
    0.0
  • Episode 232
    Episode 232
    Episode 8
    4/1/01
    0.0
  • Episode 218
    Episode 218
    Episode 7
    3/1/01
    0.0
  • Episode 204
    Episode 204
    Episode 6
    1/31/01
    0.0
  • 7-26-01
    7-26-01
    Episode 5
    7/26/01
    0.0
  • 7-25-01
    7-25-01
    Episode 4
    7/25/01
    0.0
  • 7-26-01
    7-26-01
    Episode 3
    7/26/01
    0.0
  • 5-27-01
    5-27-01
    Episode 2
    5/27/01
    0.0
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