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SPOILERS AHEAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . According to Wikipedia, a 19-year old college student named Dan Weisman has won the million. If this information is true, then he'd become the youngest Millionaire winner ever, dethroning David Goodman from his spot. The following was his Million-dollar question:
In the 1995 movie Tommy Boy, Chris Farley's character Tommy Callahan Jr. attends what college?
A. Notre Dame
D. University of Missouri
Again, this is Wikipedia that we're talking about, so I can't guarantee the validity of this statement. But I sure hope it's true, since it's been a long while since Nancy Christy won the million.
Check out the following links for some more information:
Post by matteymania on Oct 29, 2006 19:22:11 GMT -5
Wow. I'm speechless right now. Thanks for the info countsolo! Yeah, I know the thing about Wikipedia too. The Ken Jennings loss was spoiled there too and it turned out to be true. Stay tuned to see what happens!
Now, based on the above article, we can make the following suppositions (assuming that the rumoured million-dollar win actually does air on November):
Statement 1: The person's name is Dan Weisman - FALSE
- the person who gets to see the million dollar question is named Ogi Ogas, according to the article.
Statement 2: The contestant is 19 years old - FALSE
- he is 35, according to the article
Statement 3: The contestant studies in UCLA - FALSE
- Actual school: Boston University
Statement 4: Someone's going to get to see the million-dollar question - TRUE
- the above article makes it official
Statement 5: The contestant will win a million, and a three-year drought will finally end - ? ? ? ?
-watch the show on Nov. 7 and 8 to find out...
Now, I'm not saying that there isn't a contestant named Dan Weisman who's going to win the million. In fact, the information on Wikipedia could very well be true, except the aforementioned contestant probably wouldn't win it on November. But, assuming that November is the only month this year (2006) that we'd see the million-dollar question, then the Wikipedia info would be slightly true, but mostly false.
One more thing: If any of you remember, Jeff Gross' million dollar question was announced before his show aired. In this particular instance, the contestant's name was the one announced, as if it were something more important. Makes you think a little bit, doesn't it?