First Question Wrong On Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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First Question Wrong On Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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[First Question Wrong On Who Wants To Be A Millionaire]

[Brenton Andreasik:] Source: LYBIO.net
I tell you what, well I – I remember watching millionaire as a little kid with Regis [Philbin] hosting the show, and it was such a phenomenon. 10 million watching the show about smart people ever night. Celebrating being smart, now that you know what, maybe it’s not so bad being smart, maybe it’s not bad being a nerd, maybe it’s cool to be smart. And I follow that on the way and I just graduated from medical school.

[Chris Harrison:]
That’s awesome and congratulations.

[Brenton Andreasik:]
Thank you.

[Chris Harrison:]
Maybe some lingering bills from med school we need to pay off?

[Brenton Andreasik:]
Perhaps.

[Chris Harrison:]
Let’s take care of that today.

[Brenton Andreasik:]
Let’s work on it.

[Chris Harrison:]
This is what you are up against. 14 questions from $500, all the way up to $1 million of course. You can have the three life lines to use, you know how those work.

[Brenton Andreasik:] Source: LYBIO.net
Yes, sir.

[Chris Harrison:]
You ready to go?

[Brenton Andreasik:]
I’m always ready.

[Chris Harrison:]
Without further adieu, let’s play who wants to be a millionaire. Brenton, good luck.

[Brenton Andreasik:]
Thank you.

[Chris Harrison:]
Here is your $500 question. Snapping selfies in kitchens you can’t afford and taking “a meatball break” are two things BuzzFeed says every twentysomething does on their first trip where?

To Paris, to London, to Rome, to Ikea.

[Brenton Andreasik:]
I’ll tell you what, I think they do serve meatballs in Ikea, and I don’t think that’s right answer though. So kitchens you can’t afford: meatballs, it sounds like, it’s got to be Rome to me. In fact, if I win a million dollars, I would love to take a trip to the [Musee du Louvre]. I’m going to say Rome, final answer.

[Chris Harrison:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
Brenton, it was Ikea. It was Ikea, oh, no. Oh, no, oh, man I’m so so sorry. We will be right back to who want to be a millionaire, right after this.

First Question Wrong On Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

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