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Justin Peters won $25,000 in February 2, 2015 after incorrectly answering his $500,000 question. In November, he was invited back for "Second Chance Week" and won $50,000, bringing his total Millionaire winnings to $75,000.

Justin's Original Run to the MillionEdit

Round 1 Edit

$15,000 (1 of 14) - Not Timed
Unless you’re doing it as a “signal of imminent danger,” in New York City it’s illegal to do what while driving?
• A: Flip the bird at other drivers • B: Honk your horn
• C: Use your windshield wipers • D: Sing along to your car stereo
Justin's Bank: $15,000
$10,000 (2 of 14) - Not Timed
If you want to know why minutes and seconds are in units of 60, you have to go back 4,000 years, when some ancient cultures used what counting system?
• A: Nonary • B: Sexagesimal
• C: Octal • D: Pentatridecimal
Justin's Bank : $25,000
$500 (3 of 14) - Not Timed
Nothing to be afraid of, the servers in your Rainforest Café are actually referring to a cake when you hear them yell what?
• A: "Volcano!" • B: "Tornado!"
• C: "Earthquake!" • D: "Typhoon!"
Justin's Bank : $25,500
$2,000 (4 of 14) - Not Timed
Alabama, California, New Mexico and Maryland are the only four states whose flags do not have what?
"Jump the Question" lifeline used
• A: The color blue • B: An animal
• C: Their state seal • D: Stripes
Justin was not sure on this question, so he decided to jump the question.
$100 (5 of 14) - Not Timed
Standing 5’8” in height, Connie Britton joked about losing out to Renée Zellweger for a role in what Tom Cruise movie, saying, “maybe I was too tall”?
• A: Top Gun • B: Mission: Impossible
• C: Jerry Maguire • D: Risky Business
Justin's Bank : $25,600
$25,000 (6 of 14) - Not Timed
Bought for just $19.95, whose weapon did Life magazine call “the most infamous mail-order gun of all time"?
"Ask the Audience," and "Plus One" lifelines</span> used.
• A: John Hinckley • B: David Berkowitz
• C: Mark David Chapman • D: Lee Harvey Oswald
Ask the Audience Results: A: 9% • B: 11% • C: 13% • D: 67%
Ken was not sure on this question, so he decided to ask the audience, which D has most majority, and he called down his Plus One, Kelly, who was sure that the answer was D. Justin's Bank $50,600
$3,000 (7 of 14) - Not Timed
Which of these musicians’ names includes an adjective that could also describe an early job he had as an accordion repo man?
• A: Lil Wayne • B: Dizzy Gillespie
• C: Young Jeezy • D: Weird Al Jankovic
Justin's Bank : $53,600
$1,000 (8 of 14) - Not timed
If you like seeing friends just as much as you like staying home to watch RV, you might be neither an introvert nor extrovert, but a what?
• A: Autovert • B: Ambivert
• C: Absovert • D: Antivert
Justin's Bank : $54,600
$5,000 (9 of 14) - Not Timed
Helping women slip on something more comfortable after a night in the club, Rollasole operates vending machines in Las Vegas that sell what?
• A: Headbands • B: Flat shoes
• C: Jeggings • D: Corsets
Justin's Bank : $59,600, and the klaxon called time.
$7,000 (10 of 14) - Not Timed
Founded in 1886, which publication featured writing by the likes of H.G. Wells and Henry James before becoming a women's magazine in the 1960s?
• A: Vogue • B: Glamour
• C: Harper's Bazaar • D: Cosmopolitan
Justin's Bank : $66,600

Round 2 Edit

$100,000 (11 of 14) - Not timed
On what continent would you find the country that is alphabetically first in the world?
• A: Asia • B: Europe
• C: South America • D: Africa
The country is Afghanistan.
$250,000 (12 of 14) - Not Timed
Though he settled on "World Wide Web," Tim Berners-Lee said he seriously considered which of the following as a name for his 1991 invention?
• A: Public Date Gateway • B: Information Mesh
• C: Neat Knowledge Nexus • D: Sea of Ideas
$500,000 (13 of 14) - Not timed
Drinking alcohol in the British House of Commons is strictly forbidden at all times, with the single exception of a lawmaker doing what?
• A: Declaring War • B: Crowning a Royal
• C: Taking the oath of office • D: Announcing the Budget

Justin's Second Run to the MillionEdit

Justin Peters on second game
$500 (1 of 14) - Not Timed
Though they’re often said to be “eating for two,” the National Institutes of Health actually recommends just 300 extra calories per day for whom?
• A: Pregnant women • B: Identical twins
• C: Personal assistants • D: Double agents
$1,000 (2 of 14) - Not Timed
A specialist who might have helpful advice for dog owners, an acarologist is an expert on what?
• A: Gnats • B: Bees
• C: Ticks • D: Ants
$2,000 (3 of 14) - Not Timed
The chess term “checkmate” is thought to derive from the Persian phrase “shah mat,” which is loosely translated as what?
• A: The knight is gallant • B: The queen is hot
• C: The pawn is clueless • D: The king is dead
$3,000 (4 of 14) - Not timed
To keep others from using them, in 2015 lawyers for a billionaire ex-politician reportedly bought up dozens of domain names, including which of the following?
• A: SchwarzeneggerlsaDope.cal • B: ClintonIsaJerk.ark
• C: BloombergIsaWeiner.nyc • D: NaderlsaFraud.wdc
$5,000 (5 of 14) - Not Timed
Which jovial mythical figure has been described as “a convenient deity invented by the ancients as an excuse for getting drunk”?
• A: Apollo • B: Poseidon
• C: Hephaestus • D: Bacchus
$7,000 (6 of 14) - Not Timed
Which popular food chain refers to its three portion sizes as “Like It,” “Love It” and “Gotta Have It”?
• A: Domino's • B: Cold Stone Creamery
• C: Cinnabon • D: Panda Express
$10,000 (7 of 14) - Not Timed
According to the LA Times, as he was possibly worth over $200 billion upon his death in 2011, what Libyan dictator may have been the richest man in the world?
• A: Hosni Mubarak • B: Yasser Arafat
• C: Muammar Qaddafi • D: Hamid Karzai
$20,000 (8 of 14) - Not Timed
Francophiles who can’t afford the trip to Paris can still enjoy their favorite language in all but which of these countries where French is an official tongue?
• A: South Africa • B: Luxembourg
• C: Ivory Coast • D: Haiti
$30,000 (9 of 14) - Not Timed
As Phoenix Mercury fans know, Brittney Griner, the first openly gay athlete to get an endorsement deal with Nike, plays what professional sport?
• A: Soccer • B: Hockey
• C: Volleyball • D: Basketball
$50,000 (10 of 14) - Not Timed
In January of 1940, Vermont resident Ida Fuller officially became the first recipient of what?
"Plus One" lifeline used.
• A: Medicare • B: Life
• C: Social Security • D: The Sears catalog
Justin uses the plus one lifeline in which Dan knows C. and the klaxon called time means that Justin returns on $50,000 with 2 lifelines available.
$100,000 (11 of 14) - Not timed
While each is featured on at least 500 stations, which of these does the 2015 World Almanac NOT list as one of the top four radio formats in the U.S.?
"50:50" lifeline used.
• A: Country • B: Top 40
• C: News/Talk • D: Sports

TriviaEdit

  • In 2009 on the UK version of the show, a contestant was asked a question similar to Justin's $500,000 question for £20,000. Coincidentally, both contestants answered their respective questions incorrectly.
  • He is the fifth syndicated contestant to miss the $500,000 question.

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