Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - Season 4

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5/18/00
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4/11/00
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3/30/00
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Episode 75
3/28/00
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3/26/00
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Episode 69
3/14/00
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Tonight, the returning contestant is Art Kraus. He's already won \$1,000 with 2 lifelines: His Phone-A-Friend and 50:50. He uses his PAF on his \$2,000 question about where the Phallanges are on your body (Hands). He then used his 50:50 on his \$8,000 question. He made \$32,000 without a problem but missed his \$64,000 question. At least he didn't lose anything. Next up is Bill Ferguson. He makes it all the way up to \$32,000 with no problem. But he used his Phone-A-Friend and 50:50 on his \$64,000 question about what metal the current coin is made of (Copper). His friend guesses Zinc. His 50:50 leaves Zinc and Copper. He would have burned his lifelines but he decided to go for it. He says Zinc and misses. Al Schaeffer is next in the hot seat. He makes it up to \$200 without a problem but needed his ATA on his \$300 question. Then he needed his PAF on his \$2,000 question. He made it \$64,000 before time ran out.
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• Episode 68
Episode 68
3/12/00
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Kevin Simcox is the returning contestant tonight. He’s already won \$300 last episode with all 3 lifelines left. First lifeline he uses is his 50:50 on his \$16,000 question. Next lifeline he uses is his ATA on his \$64,000 about what the main ingredient was for the Middle Eastern dish Hummus. The majority is a high majority at 86% at Chickpeas! Kevin goes with the audience and wins \$64,000. Last lifeline he uses is his Phone-a-Friend on his \$250,000 question about who entered the Labyrinth and killed the Minatare (Theseus). His friend says Theseus so he goes with his friend and wins \$250,000. He walked away from his \$500,000 question because he was out of lifelines and he didn’t know what color Dorothy’s slippers were in the book, The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz. Next up is Stephanie Bingham. She uses her ask the audience on her \$2,000 question. Then she uses her Phone-a-Friend on her \$16,000 question. Then she used her 50:50 on her \$32,000 question about what Fada Margera was (Mirage). Her first gut instinct is Ancient Book of Spells but she decides to walk away because she wasn’t sure enough. And thank goodness she did. Next up is Art Kraus. He makes it to \$300 without a problem but used his Ask the Audience on his \$500 question. The audience wins it for him. He then wins \$1,000 before time runs out but Art will be back next time for a shot at the \$1,000,000.moreless
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Episode 67
3/9/00
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Episode 66
3/7/00
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3/5/00
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3/1/00
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Episode 62
2/29/00
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2/28/00
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Episode 60
2/27/00
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Episode 59
2/25/00
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Episode 58
2/24/00
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Episode 57
2/23/00
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Episode 56
2/22/00
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Episode 55
2/20/00
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Episode 54
2/17/00
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Episode 53
2/15/00
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Episode 52
2/13/00
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Episode 51
2/10/00
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Episode 50
2/8/00
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Episode 49
2/6/00
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Episode 48
2/3/00
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Episode 47
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Episode 46
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• 1/29/00
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This was the show's first special, the Millionaire Bowl 2000, a show to pump people up for the Super Bowl. All the questions would be related to sports. First to play was Charles Anderson. He made \$16,000 without a stretch but his \$32,000 question about what Kellen Winslow did not accomplish during a 1982 playoff game against Miami (Gain 200+ yards receiving) had him use 2 lifelines. First his 50:50, which left Gain 200+ yards receiving and Score a Touchdown, then his PAF who guesses Gain 200+ yards receiving. Charles went with his PAF and won \$32,000. His \$64,000 question was no problem but he needed to ask the audience on his \$125,000 question, which asked what NFL player holds the record for most receiving yards gained in a single game (Flipper Anderson). When the audience didn't choose what Charles was thinking, he decided to walk with \$64,000. His initial guess was actually the right answer. Next in the chair was Don Rohan. He needed to use his 50:50 on his \$2,000 question asking who was not an announcer on the first 'Monday Night Football' game (Frank Gifford). He ended up choosing the right answer. He then made it all the way to \$125,000 without needing another lifeline but is \$250,000 question asking what college sent the most players to the NFL (Florida State) gave him some problems. First he asked the audience, which gave him 64% for Florida State (And the other 3 choices were all tied for 12%). Even though it was more than a 5:1 margin in the survey, it was not enough to convince Don, so he used his PAF. Who also guessed Florida State but was not sure. Despite both the audience and his PAF agreeing with him, Don decided not to chance it, so he walked \$125,000. And everybody was right! Oh, well. \$125,000 is still good! Last one in the seat was Steven Plotnick. He made \$4,000 with no problem but he used 2 lifelines on his \$8,000 question asking what sports announcer was not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (John Madden). He used his 50:50 which left Dan Dierdorf and John Madden. Still not convinced, Steven used his PAF, who said confidently that was John Madden. Steven went with him and got it right. His \$16,000 question was all right for him but he used his ATA on his \$32,000 question which concerned the player who holds the record for the most NFL games rushing over 200 yards (OJ Simpson). The audience's votes were spread 40-30-20-10, a rare occurance for Millionaire. The largest vote was for Jim Brown. But his guess was Barry Sanders, which got 30% of the audience's vote. Steven decided to stop with \$16,000, and as it turns out, both of them were wrong! The answer was OJ Simpson, which only got 20% of the audience's vote. And that's it for the Millionaire Bowl.moreless
• Episode 44
Episode 44
1/27/00
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• Episode 43
Episode 43
1/25/00
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• Episode 42
Episode 42
1/23/00
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The returning contestant in this episode is Nathaniel Zylstra, who has already won \$8,000 with all 3 lifelines left. He wins \$64,000 without a problem. He uses his 50:50 on his \$125,000 question about what the Newbery Medal is awarded for excellence in (Children's literature). He then uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$250,000 question about who coined the phrase "Form follows function" (Louis Sullivan). His friend says Charles LeCorbusier, so he goes with his friend and loses \$93,000. Next in the seat is Rob Coughlin. He asks the audience on his \$8,000 question about what is used in fire extinguishers (Baking Soda). The audience wins it for him. He then wins \$250,000 without a problem. He then phones a friend on his \$500,000 question about Luke Skywalker's home planet on Star Wars (Tatooine). His friend was 100% sure about the answer, so Rob goes with him and wins \$500,000. He goes into his \$1,000,000 question with one lifeline left: his 50:50. He uses it, and although he was 99% sure, he still had 1% of doubt, so he decides he can't risk throwing away \$468,000 with even a shred of doubt and walks away with his \$500,000. Next in the seat is Kurt Warkenthein. He asks the audience on his \$2,000 question about what device is used to measure angles (Protractor). He then uses his 50:50 on his next question to help him determine what part of a cinnamon tree the spice is made from (Bark). He gets his next question right and then time runs out. Kurt will be back next show where he will have 7 questions to go for \$1,000,000.moreless
• Episode 41
Episode 41
1/20/00
0.0
This episode's returning contestant is Joel Vincent. He has already won \$200 with all 3 lifelines with him. He asks the audience on his \$300 question about which of 4 hats doesn't have a brim. Almost 100% says skullcap. Joel goes with the numbers and wins \$300. He then works his way to \$500 without a hitch. He uses his 50:50 on his \$1,000 question about the commander of the first expedition to circumnavigate the globe (Ferdinand Magellan). He then missed his \$8,000 question about what city experienced a 1980 Olympic boycott (Moscow). He leaves with \$1,000. The next player is Brian Fodera. He missed his \$100 question about what Little Jack Horner pulled from a pie (plum). What a shame. Next up for the \$1,000,000 is Marty Anderson. He works his way to \$200 without a problem. He asks the audience on his \$300 question about the completion of a Dr. Seuss book title. The audience wins it for him. He then works his way to \$4,000 without a hitch. He uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$8,000 question about what color litmus paper turns when dipped into an acid (Red). His friend says Blue. Marty goes with his friend, loses \$3,000, and leaves with \$1,000. Next is Ann Hall-Rogalinski. She works her way up to \$1,000 without a hitch. She asks the audience on his \$2,000 question about how many strings are on a guitar (6). The audience was right again for \$2,000. She then misses her \$16,000 question and becomes another member of the \$1,000 club. The next player is Nathaniel Zylstra. He wins \$8,000 before time runs out. He has all 3 lifelines, and he will have 7 questions to go for \$1,000,000.moreless
• Episode 40
Episode 40
1/18/00
0.0
This episode's returning contestant is Dan Blonsky. He has already won \$2,000 with all 3 lifelines left. He works his way to \$4,000 without a hitch. However, he had to use his ask the audience lifeline on his \$8,000 question about where Hugh Grant's character works on "Notting Hill" (Bookstore). He then works his way to \$64,000 without a problem. He needed a 50:50 on his \$125,000 question about what country gave women the right to vote in 1971 (Switzerland). His \$250,000 question about Betty Ford's CB radi handle (First Mama) was a breeze. He then uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$500,000 question about the celebrity who appeared on the first cover of People magazine in 1974 (Mia Farrow). His friend says it's definitely Mia Farrow. He goes with his friend and wins. Dan's \$1,000,000 question about Earth's distance from the sun (93 million miles) gave him no problems whatsoever. He gave his final answer and became the game's second millionaire. The next person in the hot seat to try to follow Dan Blonsky is Jason Dettelbach. He gets up to \$4,000 without a hitch. He uses his Ask the Audience on his \$8,000 question. He goes with the audience and wins. He uses his 50:50 and then his Phone-a-Friend on his \$32,000 question about "Postcards From the Edge" and who it was an autobiography of (Carrie Fisher). He moves on up with no lifelines left. His \$64,000 and \$125,000 questions gave him no problems. He walks away from his \$250,000 question because he didn't know what animal was responsible for the most human deaths in Africa (Hippopotamus). Joel Vincent is the next one in the hot seat. He wins \$200 with all 3 lifelines left when time ran out. He will be back next time when he will have 13 questions to go for \$1,000,000.moreless
• Episode 39
Episode 39
1/16/00
0.0
The returning contestant in this episode is Karl Schreiter, who has already won \$200 with a 3 lifelines left. He works his way to \$2,000 without a hitch. However, he needed to ask the audience on his \$4,000 question about what language was created in 1887 as an international language (Esperanto). He goes with the audience and wins. He then had to use his 50:50 on his \$16,000 question about which of 4 Olympic winners did not have to return his gold medal (Greg Louganis). He then uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$32,000 question about the official currency of Ireland (Punt). His friend guesses Krone, but Karl decides to walk away and not risk it, and thank goodness he did. Next in the hot seat is Michael Rechtshaffen. He asks the audience on his \$4,000 quesion about what commentator is famous for the line "telling it like it is" (Howard Cosell). He goes with the audience and wins. He uses his 50:50 and then misses on his \$8,000 question about the name of the Wright Brothers' plane (Flyer). Next up is Joel Kasenberg. He uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$2,000 question about what a Conestoga is (Wagon). He later asks the audience on his \$16,000 question about where protester Julia Hill lived for 2 years (in a redwood tree). He uses his 50:50 and then misses on his \$32,000 question about which of 4 substances is used as a pesticide (Nicotine). Next up is Dan Blonsky. He gets up to \$2,000 when time runs out. He will be back next time where he will have 9 questions to go for \$1,000,000.moreless
• Episode 38
Episode 38
1/15/00
0.0
The returning contestant in this episode if Lawrence Caplan. He has already won \$2,000 with his 50:50 and his Phone-a-Friend left. He used his 50:50 on his \$32,000 question about the first president born in a hospital (Jimmy Carter). Then he works his way to \$250,000 without a hitch. His \$500,000 question, however, gave him a few problems. He agonized about it for some time before he decided to Phone a Friend. His friend did not know what single spent the most weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart ("One Sweet Day"), so then Lawrence agonizes about whether to walk away or go for it. He first decides to walk away, but then later decides to go for it. He says the answer is "I Will Always Love You", loses \$218,000, and leaves with \$32,000. The next in the hot seat is Nathan Cone. He decides to phone a friend on his \$4,000 question about what piece of medical equipment is used to shock the heart into a normal rhythm (Defibrillator). He later asks the audience on his \$16,000 question about what MLB team was owned by the president of Nintendo (Seattle Mariners). He makes it to \$32,000 without a hitch. He uses his 50:50 on his \$64,000 question about what country returned Macao to China in 1999 (Portugal). He answers England and misses. Next up is Karl Schreiter. He makes it to \$200 and then time runs out.moreless
• Episode 37
Episode 37
1/14/00
0.0
The returning player in this episode is Sean Farrelly. He has already won \$1,000 with all 3 lifelines with him. He works his way up to \$64,000 with no problems. But his \$125,000 question about which of 4 inventions Thomas Jefferson did NOT invent (Fountain Pen) gave him some trouble. He uses his 50:50, leaving him Fountain Pen and Folding Campstool. He then uses his Phone-a-Friend. His friend says the answer is the folding campstool, and because he was originally thinking the same thing, he goes with it and drops down to \$32,000. The next contestant is Mike Huggins. He asks the audience on his \$300 question about the boast Caesar made after defeating Pharnaces in 47 B.C. (Veni vidi vici) 74% said "Veni vidi vici", and believe it or not, 4% actually voted for the joke answer ("Hey, fugeddaboudit!")! He works his way up to \$1,000, but he practically tortured himself on his \$2,000 question about what fictional town's daily wife was chronicled by Garrison Keillor (Lake Wobegon). He had to use his Phone-a-Friend, who said he had no idea, and his 50:50, which left him with Lake Wobegon and Castle Rock. He goes with Lake Wobegon after agonizing so long and wins himself \$2,000. However, he missed his \$4,000 question about where the "Tailhook" convention took place (Las Vegas). Next in the hot seat is Tim Shields. He gets up to \$8,000 without a hitch. But he then misses his \$16,000 question about which device Alexander Graham Bell worked on, leading him to the invention of the telephone (Electronic hearing aid). He seemed confident enough about the wireless telegraph, but he was wrong. Next up for \$1,000,000 is Lawrence Caplan. He asks the audience on his \$2,000 question about what color is yielded by mixing blue and yellow (Green). He wins \$2,000 and then time runs out. Lawrence will be back the next day where he will have 9 questions to go for \$1,000,000.moreless
• Episode 36
Episode 36
1/13/00
8.6
Mark McDermott is the returning contestant in this episode. He has already won \$64,000 with 2 lifelines left: his Phone-a-Friend and his 50:50. He works his way to \$250,000 without a problem along the way. However, his \$500,000 question about what ship is believed to have passed by the Titanic, ignoring its distress signals (Californian) was a different story. He uses his 50:50 and it leaves Californian and Carpathia. He decides to save his Phone-a-Friend for the \$1,000,000 question and he confidently says the answer is the Carpathia, makes it his final answer, and loses \$218,000. The next in the hot seat is Kevin Connors. He uses his 50:50 on his \$2,000 question about what mint is "curiously strong" (Altoids). He later uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$16,000 question about which of 4 people was never selected as Time Magazine's Man of the Year (Bill Gates). He goes with Bill Clinton and misses. Dave Fought is the next player to try for \$1,000,000. He asks the audience on his \$4,000 question about Paul Revere's profession (Silversmith). He later uses his 50:50 on his \$32,000 question about what film explored the like of David Helfgott (Shine). The lifeline left Immortal Beloved and Shine. He wins \$32,000. He phones a friend on his \$64,000 question about what president's image is on the Purple Heart military award (George Washington). His friend is 60% sure it's FDR. So Dave goes with his friend and misses. Next up is Sean Farrelly. He wins \$1,000 when time runs out.moreless
• Episode 35
Episode 35
1/12/00
0.0
Jason Block is the returning contestant in this episode. He has already won \$16,000 with 2 lifelines left. Jason then wins \$125,000 without a hitch. However, his \$250,000 question about the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Aretha Franklin) gave him some problems. He asks the audience first. The audience is tied between Janis Joplin and Aretha Franklin. He then uses his 50:50 and it leaves Franklin along with Diana Ross. He then walks away because he wasn't sure enough, and it turned out the audience was right. Eric Molnar is next to try for \$1,000,000. He gets up to \$16,000 without a problem. He then asks the audience on his \$32,000 question and wins the \$32,000. His \$64,000 question gave him no problems. He then decides to phone a friend for his \$125,000 question about the name of the dog on Cracker Jack boxes (Bingo). He then uses his 50:50 and it leaves Bingo and Chance. He guesses Chance, but loses. Shannon McGehee is the next one in the hot seat with a world Fastest Finger record: 0.87 seconds! However, she guesses wrong on her \$2,000 question and walks out with \$1,000. Next up is Mark McDermott. He gets up to \$32,000 with all 3 of his lifelines. However, he had to ask the audience on his \$64,000 question about the image pictured on the flag of the European Union (Circle of Stars). He goes with the audience and wins \$64,000. Then time runs out.moreless
• Episode 34
Episode 34
1/11/00
0.0
Jeff Wilkie is the returning contestant on this episode of Millionaire. At the beginning of the show, Regis says he got some fortune cookies for Jeff because he claimed that the cookie was what helped David Fite win his \$500,000 on the previous episode. Jeff left off at \$2,000 with his 50:50 and his Ask the Audience with him. He asks the audience on his \$4,000 question about what band Peter Gabriel was the lead singer for. The audience says Genesis. He goes with the audience and wins \$4,000. He uses his 50:50 on his \$16,000 question about where the transcontinental railroad was completed. He says Utah and wins. His \$32,000 and \$64,000 questions gave him no problems. He says he had a gut instinct about what science fiction author was credited with the idea of orbiting communications satellites (Alfred C. Clarke) for his \$125,000 question, but decides he can't risk it. He walks with \$64,000, guesses with his gut instinct just for the heck of it, and would have been right. Oh well. Ken Hesser is next in the hot seat. He works his way up to the \$2,000 question and then asks the audience. 78% say that a boilermaker is a shot of whiskey followed by a sip of beer, so Ken goes with the audience and wins \$2,000. He works his way up to the \$32,000 question about who hosted the very first episode of The Tonight Show in 1954. His 50:50 left him Jack Paar and Steve Allen. He then uses his Phone-a-Friend. His friend says it's Steve Allen. Ken goes with his friend and wins \$32,000. His \$64,000 question was no problem for him, but he had to walk away from his \$125,000 question because he was out of lifelines and he didn't know what was introduced in 1893 at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago (Ferris Wheel). The next hot seat contestant is Jason Block. Jason works his way up to the \$16,000 question and then uses his Phone-a-Friend to help him what term refers to trees that loses its leaves every year. His friend says the answer is deciduous, so Jason goes with him and wins \$16,000. Time ran out then, so Jason will be back next time where he will have 6 questions to go for \$1,000,000.moreless
• Episode 33
Episode 33
1/10/00
7.4
David Fite returns to the hot seat. When he left off, he was at \$1,000 after using his Ask the Audience on his \$100 question. David takes a little revenge as he works all the way to the \$500,000 question without using another lifeline. He was already pretty sure who taught a teenage Alexander the Great (Aristotle), but he used his 50:50 to be even more sure. He goes for it and wins \$500,000. He used his Phone-a-Friend to call his mother on his \$1,000,000 question (no, he wasn't pulling another John Carpenter). She was not at all sure of what language Anne Frank's diary was first published in (Dutch), and he wasn't either, so he leaves with \$500,000. Next in the seat is Dale Masel. He works up to \$16,000 without a problem. He asks the audience what the capital of Australia is (Canberra). He goes with the audience and says Sydney, but misses the question. He leaves with \$1,000. Jeff Wilkie is the last one in the seat for this episode. He works up to the \$2,000 question and then needs a Phone-a-Friend to figure out the subject of the movie "The China Syndrome" (nuclear plant accident).moreless
• Episode 32
Episode 32
1/9/00
0.0
Jim Meyer is the first hot seat contestant in the year 2000. He cruises on up to \$2,000, but needed his 50:50 on his \$4,000 question concerning what desert you would find the Great Sphinx in (Sahara). He then works his way to the \$16,000 question where he hits another roadblock. He asks the audience what woman wrote about her life as a Playboy Bunny (Gloria Steinem) on this question and wins. His \$32,000 question was no problem, but his \$64,000 question asking what government agency's jurisdiction the Coast Guard operates under (Department of Transportation) was the last roadblock he hit. He used his Phone-a-Friend, who said Department of Treasury, and went with his answer, only to figure out he was wrong. At least he didn't lose anything. Jim leaves with \$32,000.

Next in the hot seat, Joe Roberts. He uses his Phone-a-Friend on his \$4,000 question asking what TV show two members of N'Sync were on before they were members of it (Mickey Mouse Club). He then uses the other two on his \$16,000 question about what St. Petersburg used to be known as (Leningrad). Without any lifelines, he works his way up to \$250,000. He has no idea on his \$500,000 question about who was credited with designing the uniforms worn by the Vatican's Swiss guards (Michelangelo), so he didn't want to risk it. However, his guess would have been right.

Last one in the hot seat, David Fite. He asks the audience on his \$100 question concerning what comes after "Duck, Duck" in the title of the classic children's game, but still works his way to \$1,000 without a hitch after that. David will return the next show because time ran out as he reached \$1,000.moreless
• 5/17/04
5.0
• 5/16/04
6.2
TEN FINALISTS NAMED FOR PREMIERE EPISODE OF "SUPER MILLIONAIRE" Seven-Night Series of Specials Begin Airing Sunday, May 16 Ten finalists have qualified to compete on the premiere episode of "Super Millionaire," airing SUNDAY, MAY 16 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Regis Philbin hosts this amped-up version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," where contestants will get their chance at winning \$10 million. Additionally, Scott Hoff, a radio sports broadcaster from Beaverton, OR, returns to the hot seat as a holdover contestant from the February 2004 series of "Super Millionaire." Having already made it to the lock-in level at the \$5,000 question, he is only ten questions away from winning \$10 million. Following is a list of the ten finalists: 1. Orlando Springs, Ruxton, MD 2. Robert Schmidt, Saginaw, MI 3. Penny McMahon, Twin Lakes, WI 4. Bette Lowry, Burnsville, MN 5. Judi Stauber, Brookfield, IL 6. Joseph Gallo, Sinking Spring, PA 7. Alexander Schmidt, Staten Island, NY 8. David Huemer, Maplewood, NJ 9. Curtis Cooney, Longview, WA 10. Michael McKenna, Indianapolis, INmoreless
• Super Millionaire
Episode 9
2/22/04
7.2
Ten finalists have been selected from across the country to compete for \$10 million in the premiere presentation of "Super Millionaire," the amped-up version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," airing SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Following is a listing of the 10 finalists: 1. Todd Kim, Washington, DC 2. Don Bangiovi, Merrimac, MA 3. John Neville, Mountain Brook, AL 4. Gloria Skibinski, Muskego, WI 5. Dale Samberg, West Chester, OH 6. Tim Szetela, Dearborn, MI 7. Rick Kestenbaum, Branchburg, NJ 8. John Morgan, Charlotte, NC 9. Robert Essig, Ashtabula, OH 10. Anthony Poirier, Rochester, MN

RECAP:
Todd Kim, or as Regis called him, "The Kimmer," won \$500,000. Robert "Bob-o" Essig was the next contestant, and will be carried over for tomorrow's edition.moreless

• 2/23/04
7.2
Nine more finalists have been selected to compete for \$10 million in "Super Millionaire," airing MONDAY, FEB. 23 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. Regis Philbin hosts the new and amped-up version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Following is a listing of the nine finalists: 1. Terry Schnurr, Rochester, NY 2. Laurel Andrews, Pittsfield, MA 3. Brad Boose, Columbus, OH 4 .Janet Orminati, Lakehurst, NJ 5. Doug Ralls, Brentwood, TN 6. Raymon Colbert, Tarzana, CA 7. Ken Wagner, Huntington Beach, CA 8. Christopher Gray, Gainsville, FL 9. Liz Simon, Gaithersburg, MD

RECAP:
Robert "Bob-o" Essig, a carry-over contestant from last night, won 1 million dollars! Liz Simon finished with \$30,000. Dede Bradley will be carried-over on to night three, she is going for \$5,000 on the next question.moreless

• 2/24/04
6.7
Ten finalists have been selected to compete for \$10 million in the third episode of "Super Millionaire," airing TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. Regis Philbin hosts the new and amped-up version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." The final two episodes of the five-night event air on Thursday, February 26, and Friday, February 27 (both times 10:00-11:00 p.m., ET). Following is a listing of the ten finalists: 1. Michelle Wilson, Fairbault, MN 2. Joel Morgan, Tulsa, OK 3. Scott Landsman, Belmont, CA 4 .Mason Lowe, Washington, D.C. 5. Bengt Pederson, Durham, NC 6. Susan Geist, Charleston, NC 7. Laura Robertson, Carrollton, TX 8. James Hall, Hawthorne, CA 9. Clinton Smith, Cincinnati, OH 10. Dale Elder, Pittsburgh, PA RECAP: Dede Bradley, the carryover contestant, became Super Millionaire's first Zero Dollar Winner when she missed her \$5,000 question. Bengt Pederson won \$100,000 after a bum steer on his Double Dip. Clinton Smith will be carried-over on to night four, he is going for \$100,000 on the next question.moreless
• 2/27/04
6.2
• 2/26/04
6.5
Ten new finalists will compete for \$10 million in the fourth episode of "Super Millionaire," airing THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. Regis Philbin hosts the new and amped-up version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." The final episode of the five-night event airs Friday, February 27 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET). Following is a list of the ten finalists: 1. David Fleitz, Bowling Green, OH 2. Amanda Klusmann, Menomonee Falls, WI 3. laurel Seban, Davis, CA 4 .Kateryna Kufhal, New Port Richey, FL 5. Jessica McCartney, Frisco, TX 6. Michael Koehn, Eau Claire, WI 7. Tanyau Emrich, Littleton, CO 8. Carla Strasburger, Los Angeles, CA 9. Linda Caprino, Allison Park, PA 10. Jonathan Criswell, Newark, DEmoreless
• 3/19/01
6.0
• 3/19/01
0.0
• 6/27/02
5.7
• Sports Edition
Episode 1
9/10/01
10