Chase Magnano, from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL was a contestant who appeared on the 16th season of the U.S. version of the Whiz Kids Week of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on October 3 & 4, 2017 and won $50,000 after answering his $100,000 question wrong.

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$500 (1 of 14) - Not Timed
Which of these is a movie nominated for Best Picture of 2016, and NOT an area of Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom?
• A: Fantasyland • B: Adventureland
• C: Frontierland • D: La La Land
$1,000 (2 of 14) - Not Timed
Which of these classic children's toys was reportedly taken along on the Apollo 8 space mission, to prevent the astronauts' tools from floating around in zero gravity?
• A: Lite Brite • B: View-Master
• C: Silly Putty • D: Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine
$2,000 (3 of 14) - Not Timed
Inspiring the book's title, in a classic 1960 novel, a man says "Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a" what?
• A: Toucan • B: Ostrich
• C: Mockingbird • D: Red-breasted sapsucker
$3,000 (4 of 14) - Not Timed
In 2005, co-founder Jimmy Wales caused controversy when he edited his own bio on what crowdsourced, 5th most-trafficked website in the world?
• A: • B:
• C: • D:
$5,000 (5 of 14) - Not Timed
Which of these groups of things is NOT by definition, an ennead?
• A: The Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court • B: The months of the year
• C: The squares on a tic-tac-toe board • D: The innings in a baseball game
$7,000 (6 of 14) - Not Timed
Animals known as "ungulates" -- which includes horses, pigs and cows -- have what specific physical characteristic?
• A: Large teeth • B: Hooved feet
• C: Two stomachs • D: Small ears
$10,000 (7 of 14) - Not Timed
At what age were you double the age that you were when you were half the age that you were when you were twice as old as you were when you were six?
• A: Three • B: Six
• C: Twelve • D: Eighteen
$20,000 (8 of 14) - Not Timed
Because he wanted it to look good in a museum, Charles Guiteau bought a revolver with an ivory handle to assassinate what president on July 2, 1881?
• A: William Henry Harrison • B: James Garfield
• C: William McKinley • D: Grover Cleveland
$30,000 (9 of 14) - Not Timed
Only one of the world's continents has three or more countries whose names begin AND end with "A." Which is it?
• A: Asia • B: South America
• C: Europe • D: Africa
$50,000 (10 of 14) - Not Timed
To honor the contributions of Oak Ridge Nat'l Laboratory to superheavy element research, what name has been given to element 117 on the periodic table?
• A: Alabamium • B: Tennessine
• C: Virgineon • D: Kentuckium
The klaxon called time. He will be back tomorrow with 3 lifelines available (without a Cut the Question lifeline which was unused).
$100,000 (11 of 14) - Not Timed
A lifesaver in an emergency, "NuqDaq 'oH puchpa"e" is how you say "Where is the bathroom?" in which fictional language?
"Ask the Audience" and "50:50" lifelines used.
• A: Avatar's Na'vi • B: Star Trek's Klingon
• C: Lord of the Rings' Elvish • D: Star Wars' Ewokese
Ask the Audience Results: A: 54% • B: 31% • C: 13% • D: 2%
He went for the audience's answer which is A, but unfortunately the correct answer is B.

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