to uncovering history. he's hoping to win enough money to tour the world's greatest archaeological sites. from pasadena, california, please welcome paul shattuck. [cheers and applause] hey, paul, how you doing? >> pleasure to be here. >> welcome. >> thank you. [cheers and applause] >> welcome to "millionaire." >> thank you, chris. >> what an incredibly interesting life and job, archaeological digging-- that's--what's one of the cooler places you've been and maybe one of the best discoveries you've found? >> oh, i worked on a-- on a project in peru, where we excavated the-- the tomb of a moche king, and he had seven gold crowns on his skull when we excavated him; the very topmost crown was in the shape of a bat. >> oh, wow. >> and so we called him batman. [laughter] and so-- >> i'm sure when you find something like that, it's just got to be electric, when you're like--i mean, to discover something that incredible. >> oh, we were absolutely amazed and we also had to contact the peruvian army so that they could send people out there
to guard the site. >> to protect--yeah. that's amazing. >> yes, yes. >> well, let me tell you what you're up against. 14 questions, the money values growing from $500 all the way up to that $1 million. [cheers and applause] every question you answer correctly moves you one step closer to that top prize, and remember, at any time, you can walk away with the money you've earned up to that point. if you give me an incorrect answer, you walk away with nothing until you get to those thresholds of $5,000 and again at $50,000. you also have your three lifelines. the audience can help you out with a question. >> thank you, folks. >> "50/50"--i take away two incorrect answers. and you brought a plus one with you today; who is it? >> it's my lovely wife, kip harper. >> hi, kip, how are you doing? >> good. thanks. >> it's good to have you guys here. are you ready to start digging for treasure? >> i'm ready, sir. >> all right. let's do it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic musical flourish] $500 is where we start. if you're repeating something by rote that you don't necessarily understand, it's often said that
you're doing what? >> ah, well, i would go with "a," parroting, final answer, chris. >> and i would say you just got to $500. >> that's right. [applause] >> $1,000 is up next. with thousands of seasonal mall workers having taken its training courses, what "school" assures students that they don't need a real beard to attend? >> well, it certainly looks like that's a...a reference to santa clauses at the malls, where they don't normally have king kongs or werewolves. i would say "c," international university of santa claus, final answer. >> now you're at $1,000. >> all right. all right. [cheers and applause]
>> third question, worth $2,000. unless you're "a gumshoe out of a dashiell hammett novel" or are "guest starring on 'mad men,'" buzzfeed says men over 30 should never wear what? >> [chuckles] uh, well, i hope it's not "d." and i do think that some people look silly in a fedora after a certain age, so i will go with "c," fedora, final answer. >> i disagree. if you could pull it off, wear it! you got it right. >> okay, very good. [applause] >> that got you to $2,000. now $3,000. apple dapples, crisp 6, square shaped corn and fruit spins are a few examples of what?
>> uh, well, uh, i think these all sound like they're similar to, uh, major brand name cereals, and it's not a disneyland ride. i've been there many times. if those are social networking startups, they are brand-new, and i haven't heard of them. and i'm a big basketball fan, and i don't know any of those nicknames. so i'm gonna go with "a," generic cereal brands, final answer, please. >> you got it right. >> all right. very good. [applause] >> all right, that got you to $3,000, one step away from that $5,000 threshold. here's the question. taking home the best song oscar in 1972 for "theme from 'shaft'" who was the first african-american to win an academy award in a non-acting category? >> uh, i do believe
that the "theme from 'shaft'" was written by that wonderful musician isaac hayes. "b," final answer. >> shaft! you got it right. >> yes, yes. >> $5,000. way to go, paul. you reached that threshold. >> thank you so much. >> that money is safe. you can only add to that, and we're going to, when we come back on "millionaire." >> all right. [cheers and applause] >> at paris las vegas, you'll find world-class entertainment, exciting nightlife, and dining from celebrity chefs like gordon ramsay and steve martorano. enjoy the romantic side of the strip at paris las vegas. i accept i take easier trails than i used to. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. but no matter what path i take, i go for my best. so if there's something better than warfarin,
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you're in good shape, my friend. >> all right, let's keep going. >> all right, let's do it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] $7,000 is your next question. if you only have a few minutes to charge your phone, gizmodo recommends doing what, as it will speed up the process? >> put the phone face down-- that just doesn't seem like it would make any difference. and electricity doesn't necessarily like heat. so i'm gonna go with "c," turn on airplane mode. final answer. >> good reasoning. you got it. >> all right, okay, very good. >> that's right. $7,000. >> trying to save those lifelines. >> yeah, you have so far. they're all there, but you don't want to leave without using them either.
♪ at's on the board right now. originally had the word "gre before dropping it in 1868? great santa fe. the--i don't remember the arkansas--i think the capital um, i'm gonna go with, u utah, "d," final answer. and they still are. you got it. >> yes! [cheers and applause] >> yeah, it was great salt lake city, because it was near great salt lake. you got it. >> right, right. excellent.
>> $10,000. you are halfway to the $1 million. 7 more questions. next one is worth $20,000, and here it is. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ in graphic design and typography, what does the term "kerning" refer to? >> i...[sighs] happen to believe that i remember kerning pertaining to the spacing of letters. i'm going to go with "d," spacing of letters, final answer. >> you happen to believe you might remember... that's pretty flimsy for $20,000. >> that's a good point. >> but you got there. >> yes! yes! [cheers and applause] >> $20,000. [cheers and applause]
>> i'm having a really good time here, chris. >> 20 grand in your bank... >> all right. >> right now. >> okay. >> 2 away from that $50,000 threshold. this next one is worth $30,000. here it is. >> let's try it. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ >> due to the 1986 space shuttle "challenger" disaster, president reagan canceled his plans to do what later that day? >> i do not recall... what time of year that horrible disaster transpired. maybe... i should poll the audience. >> okay, final? >> final, please. >> okay, guys, we could use some help on a big question
here. if you would, pick up those keypads, enter your vote now. [percussive music] ♪ all right, let's take a look at the board. hopefully this clears it up for you. 46% say, "give the state of the union address," "b." >> oh, great. >> you still have two more lifelines on the board. >> i'm still not sure... so i'm gonna go ahead and use the "50/50." >> okay, final? >> final, please. >> okay, i'll take away two incorrect answers. let's see what we're left with. >> okay. >> well... >> well, that helps me out a lot, i do believe, 'cause i don't believe that he was gonna throw out the first pitch of the world series as president, most likely. i'm gonna go with "b," "give the state of the union address," final answer. >> audience... got it right! >> thank you, guys! [cheers and applause] >> they got it right, and you are up to $30,000, paul.
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to be a millionaire." paul shattuck has gotten to a very pivotal part in the game. $30,000 is where you are. [cheers and applause] 5 questions away from the million. >> all right. >> but you're right there on the doorstep of that next threshold of $50,000. that's what this next question is worth, and it'll also get you to that threshold, which means you'd have a free look and a free guess at $100,000. so you got to get this one right. >> all right. >> still have one lifeline, your "plus one." your wife is sitting behind you, should you need her. let's get back to your game, and let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." >> yeah. [cheers and applause] [dramatic musical flourish] >> all right, $50,000 is on the line with this question. the first name of which of these people is his actual legal birth name and not just an animal-inspired nickname he's commonly known by?
>> so tiger woods--that's not his name. cat stevens, uh...has actually changed his name now. wolf blitzer and bear grylls, that leaves me with. and i am not sure. um... >> $30,000. >> $30,000. >> risking $25,000. >> oof, that's a good reminder. >> that's a good chunk of change. >> yeah. i don't want to be risking $25,000. um... >> you do still have the lifeline. >> still have a lifeline. >> and this is a chance to get to $50,000 and get to that threshold. >> okay. so... i'm gonna use my lifeline. my lovely wife, kip, is gonna have to help me out on this one, please. >> final? >> final, yes, sir. >> all right, kip, come down and join us. >> okay.
[applause] >> how you doing? >> fine, i-- >> pleasure. >> all right, so sorry to-- sorry to put you on the spot here with this really weird question. >> and it's only $50,000. >> and it's only $50,000. so... >> oh, boy. >> so wolf blitzer... >> well-- >> it could be a stage name. >> who is that? >> he's--he's-- he's a news correspondent... >> okay. >> with the beard. >> not the question he was hoping for out of his plus one. >> well, yes. >> or, see, wolf blitzer could be a stage name, or bear grylls could be a stage name. i'm not 100% sure. but i'm willing--i'm seriously thinking about bear grylls. >> "d." >> about "d." do you have any opinion? >> i don't know who either "c" or "d" is. >> [laughs] >> sadly. >> bear grylls-- >> but i know "a" and "b," so you're correct on those. >> bear grylls had that survival show where they drop you off and you have to make it back to civilization. >> you know, my gut was, if anyone was gonna have a name, i was thinking bear.
>> do you want to risk $25,000 on that? >> that's up to you, because i don't know the answer. >> all right, well, with your permission, i'm gonna risk $25,000 on that. [audience groaning] >> i say go--do what you need to do. it paid for--we got our trip paid for. >> all right. i'm gonna go with "d," bear grylls. final answer, chris. >> wolf blitzer. [both yell] wolf blitzer. wolf isaac blitzer is his real name. but you guys are going home with $5,000. >> that's okay. >> [groans] >> it was so nice to meet you. i got to respect the fact you took a shot trying to get to that $50,000. >> all right, thank you. >> $5,000 winners. we're coming back to give away more money right after this. [dramatic music] ♪ curing nail fungus could take my pharmacist said.. fungi-nail stops foot fungus fast before it spreads. fungi-nail.
>> the answer to that question was ballroom dancing. [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." we're about to make one of our audience members very happy and give them a little taste of the "who wants to be a millionaire" experience and hopefully give away $1,000 cash right here. [cheers and applause] margaret dolbear. margaret dolbear. margaret? margaret! [cheers and applause] how you doing? >> oh, thank you! >> take this. come on over. >> oh, goodness. >> right behind the podium. i feel like you were a little bit shocked. >> just a little, yes.
>> i'm not messing around. i'm about to give you $1,000. >> this is really funny. >> where are you from? >> syracuse, new york. >> from syracuse, new york. nice. >> yeah! >> welcome. what do you do back in syracuse? >> i'm a server. >> a server? all right. other than trying to stay warm during the winter. >> you got it. >> all right, well, $1,000 will buy you a very nice coat. here's how it's gonna work. i'll ask you a question, you get it right, i'll give you cash right now. are you ready? >> i...yes, i am. >> all right, margaret. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic musical flourish] good luck. >> thank you. >> $1,000 question right here. hooking, top rolling, and pressing are three primary styles used by players of what sport? >> okay. hooking, top rolling, and pressing. oh, my goodness, my heart
is pounding right now. >> come on, margaret. you got this. >> [strangled stammering] i'm going to say curling. top hooking... hooking, top rolling, and pressing. oh, my gosh. i can't think of anything. >> well, the good news, it's a free guess at $1,000. >> yes, it is. um... >> what do you think? >> uh, i think i'm changing to... boxing? but i don't see them pressing. top rolling and pressing. oh, shoot. >> [chuckles] >> i... [laughter] okay, i know boxing-- they're-- boxing and curling are-- no, okay, wait. i think i'm just gonna go with "b." oh, gosh. [stammers] final-- final answer.
>> which one? >> "b." >> boxing? "b." was your final? >> uh...[stammers] >> arm wrestling. >> oh. >> it was "c," arm wrestling. >> so i wasn't even... >> margaret, they're pressing, right? they're pressing. >> yes. oh! >> [laughs] it was good having you down here. it was nice to meet you. and thank you so much for watching today. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ closed captioning sponsored by: my abdominal pain and bloating made
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