Keith did not know the answer, so he decided to Ask the Audience, who voted 33-33-20-14, not very useful for him. Still having no clue, he then decided to call his friend Rob, who had no idea either and told him to walk away. Having nothing to lose, he decided to use his 50:50, eliminating A and D. After stating that he would take the money, he retracted himself, but then decided to walk away, but once again retracted himself for the final time and locked in Sweet Charity (the most popular answer alongside Godspell), and won £32,000.
£64,000 (11 of 15) - Not Timed
Which locomotive set the world speed record for a steam railway engine of 125 mph on July 3rd 1938?
• A: Flying Scotsman
• B: Rocket
• C: Evening Star
• D: Mallard
£125,000 (12 of 15) - Not Timed
Which of these was once MP for Lewisham North?
• A: Christopher Chataway
• B: Sebastian Coe
• C: Steve Ovett
• D: Jeffrey Archer
Keith had it narrowed it down to A or D. He decided to go with Jeffrey Archer, but then retracted himself for real and walked away with £64,000, later stating that he thought it was Christopher Chataway. The correct answer was indeed A: Christopher Chataway.
After stating that he would walk away from his £32,000 question for the second time, the lights went up, which is usually only done when time runs out, a contestant misses or walks away from a question, or gets one of the milestone or top-tier questions right. This was probably an accident, as the lights operator had probably believed that Keith was actually going to walk away.