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>> now, i can't guarantee that someone will win the million dollars today, but if they do, do you really want to go the rest of your life knowing that you missed it? so stick around. it's time to play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ hey! welcome to "millionaire"! you guys ready to go today? [cheers and applause] i want to welcome back our returning contestant from
new boston, new hampshire. welcome kat deabill. >> thank you. welcome back. >> thank you. >> you already have $5,000 [cheers and applau you reached that threshold that money is safe. you can't lose it. all we can do today is add to of your lifelines there; you got your "50/50" and you have you need 'em. >> okay, >> let's get back to making some money. >> let's do it. "who wants to be aillionai [cheers and applause] [dramatic musical flourish] $7,000 is where we here's your question.s famous activism on a particular issue, what was the first item put up for bid on bob barker's first "the price is right" show in 1972? >> so i think i have an idea but i would like to use my "50/50," final. >> okay, i'll take away two incorrect an
diamond neckla what do you think? >> okay, so i using fur is a really big controversy. uh, diamonds, there's some controvershink it would be... as big of a deal as a fur coat. so, um... i am g d, a fur coat, final. >> he was a ng, "have your pet spayed or neutered." big animal rights activist. [applause] well done. $7,000. chance to get to five figures here, $10,000 question. you still have one lifeline. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ a 120-pound man named johnny fry is widely considered to have been do what on april 3, 1860?
>> i'm not 100% sure on this they specify that he was, you know, a r man, um, i feel like they would have done that if it were something like the civil war or something that, you know, seems like a giant conflict. um, so i'm gonna go with, i think, c, fire a shot in the civil war... [exhales] final. [dramatic music] ♪ ♪ >> unfortunately, a 120-pound a leg of the pony express. it was a. it was a. but kat, you're walking out of it was a pleasure to meet you. >> thank you. it was nice to meet you. >> head on up.ause] ♪ ♪ congratulations, kat, walking away with $5,000.
but we can do so much more so let's get to it. let's welcome our next contestant, from the woodlands down in texas, amy paull. amy! >> hey, how are you? ♪ ♪ welcome to "millionaire." >> thank you. >> all the way from south texas. gonna make up to that million dollars, and this is how you're gonna do it. 14 questions. money value's growing from $500 all the way up to that $1 million.e lifelines. they're there if you need 'em. let's get to work. let's make some money. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] we start with your $500 question. according to imdb, which of these is not a character in the 2017 superhero movie "power rangers?" >> all right, i feel good about this. walker the texas ranger, from my state, d, final answer. >> chuck norris.
he's a national treasure. you're right. $500. it's good to get the first one out of the way, right? >> i got the shakes or something, okay. >> that was the shimmy, really. it was more of a shimmy. >> okay. >> $1,000. here's your next question. a staple of fancy restaurants, what wild game bird is often dramatically served "under glass," so diners may better appreciate the aromas when it's unveiled? >> okay, the only one that i'm familiar with people eating is pheasant. don't eat penguin. dodo doesn't exist. bald eagle... so c, pheasant, final answer. >> yeah, oddly, it tastes like bald eagle, though. you're right. >> should you know that? i think that's a crime. >> $1,000. here's your $2,000 question right here. which word has been defined as "a fashionable young man living in a country area"--the opposite
of such a man living in a "metro" area? >> [sighs] okay, so, a metrosexual is a term. so the opposite of that would be rurosexual, as ifor the country area. wer. >> oddly, my nickname in high school, d, backwoods bae. but you're right.little known fact. well done. you got to $2,000. when we come back, we're gonna get her to that $5,000 threshold. good job. as the strip's first stand-alone boutique hotel the cromwell emphasizes personalized experiences. enjoy the views from celebrity chef giada de laurentiis' first-ever restaurant or party for 24 hours at one of the three different club venues. with all of this and more, nothing comes close to cromwell. before i had the shooting, burning
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[dramatic music] ♪ ♪ >> welcome back to "millionaire." i'm here with ms. amy paull. just got to $2,000. just three questions in.so far, so good. >> couple questions away from so let's get there. >> all right. >> let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ next up, $3,000 question. stuff the magic dragon is the costumed mascot of which professional sports franchise? >> okay, i've never heard of stuff the magic dragon, but atlanta's mlb team are the braves. cleveland's nfl team are the browns. vancouver nhl team i do not know, but orlando is the magic so it would make sense that it would be stuff the magic dragon, so i will go with b, orlando's nba team. final answer.
>> that's u got it. >> okay. >> vancouver canucks. >> okay. >> that got you to $3,000. this will get you to $5,000, also the first threshold you can get to. here's your question. while most hour-long tv scripts are about 45 to 50 pages, what show known for its rapid-fire dialogue often averaged around 75-80 pages? >> okay, "gilmore girls," love that show. those two just jabbered at each other the whole time, so i'm going to say b, "gilmore girls," final answer. >> you got it. you got it. [cheers and applause] who knew that the gilmore girls would earn you $5,000? >> i know. [indistinct] >> well done. >> thank you. >> you reached that threshold of $5,000 thanks to those gilmore girls. >> okay. >> that money is safe.
you can only add to it now. >> okay. >> $5,000, chance to get to 7, here's your question. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ if the classic hemingway novella "the old man and the sea" were a court case instead of a book which of these would be the most fitting name for it? >> i read that book in high school. that has been a while. i'm trying to think of the man that was in the boat. there's one i want to say, but i don't want to go out on it. >> right. >> can i ask the audience, please? >> it's your lifeline. >> okay, i'll ask the audience. >> final? >> final. >> okay, audience, if you would, help us out here. pick up those keypads. enter your votes now. [percussive music] all right, hopefully the
audience can help us out her take a look at tults. >> okay, gotcha. >> 53%. >> i felt there was a marlin in the book, but i wasn't sure if like, a shark came and ate the marlin, 'cause i feel like the whole fish doesn't make it back. so i'll go with b, final answer. >> yeah, he loved south florida, and he loved cuba. that's right. you got it. >> oh, should've thought of that! >> you got it. >> okay, thank you! >> well done. i feel like we can do better. we're gonna do it when we come back.
[dramatic music] ♪ ♪ >> welcome back to "millionaire." amy paull, with a little help from her friends here in the audience, just got to $7,000. [cheers and applause] you still have two lifelines. now a chance to kick it up to five f so let's get back to your game. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ $10,000 question on the board. according to the centers for disease control, over 70% of adult americans are what?
>> okay, they are not over 65 years old. lactose-intolerant happens, but it's not 70%. i am near-sighted, my husband is far-sighted, my kids are--well my kids aren't adults yet, so that doesn't matter. so i will go with b, overweight, final answer. >> yeah, sad but true. that's>> can i be happy about that? ve never been so excited for obesity. >> i know! that feels bad, >> $10,000, chance to double itaway and get to $20,000. [laughs] >> here's your question. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ located in the new orleans french market, what legendary coffee shop has been serving its famous beignets and chicory coffee since 1862? >> i like this question. >> that's a knowing smile, i know it.
>> my roommate in college was from new orleans. actually, just outside. and we went there. we ate at café du monde, where they had beignets. i don't drink coffee, but they served it. so c, café du monde, final answer. >> yeah, it's one of those must-stops in new orleans. you got it. well done. [cheers and applause] >> ah, that was awesome! >> that felt good. >> yes! >> felt like $20,000 good. >> that's a lot of good. >> that's a lot of beignets. that's a lot of beignets. >> that's true. >> all right. >> okay. >> $30,000 is what we're at right now with this question. >> okay. >> here we go. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ all occurring within a five-year period during the tumultuous 1960s, whose assassination is the only one of these four that took place in the winter?
>> john f. kennedy is in november. do not know about martin luther king. i feel that was summertime but i'm not really sure. kennedy was cam--robert kennedy was campaigning. when you campaign, you kinda campaign all year, don't you? malcolm x. okay, i don't know, but i'm hoping that my husband will know this, so i would like to call out my "plus one." >> final? >> yes. >> all right, don, your husband of 20 years, right? >> 20 years. >> 20 years. don, how you doing? welcome. >> all right. >> [laughs] all right, ready? >> can you help us out, don? >> all right. >> am i right on kennedy is november? because it's--he was in dallas. right? >> yes.r 22nd or something like that?
>> i'm not sure. >> okay, what about robert kennedy? he was in california. >> he was campaigning. >> right. >> i don't feel like you'd be campaigning in... >> in december, right. >> in the winter. so... [sighs] king was assassinated in what, memphis? >> right. he was at the hotel, giving his... >> right. >> he was at the hotel. >> [sighs] i don't know about malcolm x. >> do you know who killed him or anything, or where he was? all right, do you think we should use "50/50," 'cause... >> yeah. >> okay. let's use the "50/50." >> final? >> final. >> okay, i'll take away two incorrect answers. >> [laughs] >> robert kennedy, malcolm x. >> so kennedy was campaigning, right? >> i thought so. >> he was campaigning. >> he was in california. sirhan sirhan. >> and you vote in november, right? >> right, that's not the winter. >> that's not the winter. and did they campaign all year long like they do now, back in the 60s?
i think we should go malcolm x? aw, let's go for it. >> all right. >> all right. we're gonna say malcolm x. final answer. you're killing me. >> you got it. >> yes! [cheers and applause] >> all right. >> february of 1965. don, well done. amy... >> oh, my gosh. >> you just got to $30,000. >> i know. i think i'm gonna cry. >> she's gonna pass out, but we're still coming back and playing more "millionaire" right after this.
>> answer to that question was independence hall. [applause] welcome back to "millionaire." amy paull has gotten to a very pivotal part of the game. up to $30,000. [cheers and applause] you have reached. >> stop. >> and the reason it's pat's next. >> i know, the threshold. >> not only $50,000. it's the next threshold canu get this next one right, 50 grand is the worst you're doing, and you get a free look--free guess at $100,000 then who knows? >> a million. >> exactly. [laughter] then we do know. >> then we do know, yeah. >> all the lifelines are gone,t here.ad >> all right, here we go. a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ >> this is crazy. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> $50,000 question. home to about 38 million citizens, which of the following
has the largest population? >> it's really cruel to put texas up there, 'cause i should know that answer. >> 'cause you are... >> from texas. okay, city. i feel like i would know if that was the largest city, 'cause new york's, what, 10 million tokyo... seoul, 20... 38 million's a lot for on country of poland. what do i know about poland? germany people, so poland, is that half the size of germany? taiwan... i really wish i had don here 'cause he's good with the population thing.music] ♪ ♪ckles] i think he
gu to take $30,000, which is in 20having fun. so i'll take the $30,000. >> final? >> final answer, yes. >> congratulations. >> thank you. whew. all i ask is, tell me it's not texasyou it's not texas. >> oh, thank goodness.u have guessed? >> well, texas is what was calling to me, 'cause i thou it was around 35 million, so think that would'v my guess. >> n >> poland.>> yes!>> it was c, the countrypoland, so you did right, you left with $30,000. and you're allowed to go home >> yes! >> congratulations $30,000 winner. watching for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. closed captioning sponsored by: and i'm an emt. when i get a migraine at work, it's debilitating.with a migraine, that's one less ambulance to serve a community.i just don't want to let these people down. excedrin migraine. relief that works as hard as you do.