BuzzerBlog Reader Paul Reese Wins $42,600 on “Millionaire”
Congratulations to one of our readers, Paul Reese, who won a big $42,600 on Monday’s Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Paul, a musicologist from Philadelphia, banked $42,600 after beating Round One, jumping over both the $1,000 and $25,000 question. However, he successfully made it to Classic Millionaire. His $100,000 question asked, “Due to sugar, flour and butter shortages, the Girl Scouts opted to replace their cookies with what other fundraising item during World War II?” Paul said he would rather be remembered as an Ogi Ogas than a Ken Basin (Millionaire fans will know what this means) and elected to walk, not risking the drop to $25,000. The correct answer was “Calendars.”
We’re always happy to see our readers do well on shows, and we’ve taken an astounding amount of money away from Millionaire this season. Our readers have won over $400,000 since September. We’re glad to see Paul added to the list. Congratulations. Be sure to watch the rest of the week. Some exciting shows are coming up.
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