Monday, June 30, 2008

The downside of all-nighters.

Ladies and gentlemen, meet Chase Sampson of Nashville, Tenn. A bright, handsome college student, Chase hasn't slept a wink since arriving in New York for a taping of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Apparently, not Chase. Skip to the 56-second mark, right after he says "Final answer:"

We here at Dannation empathize. We gave up $10,000 on national television because we were confident that John Hancock was the last signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was not. Chase, I feel your pain. Let's go eat some Pringles.

PS: There's surprisingly little online about NBC's revival of Twenty-One. (Actually, given its short run, I guess it's not that surprising.) LA Business Journal wrote an article in January 2000 and Wikipedia has an accurate, brief outline of the rules.

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