Laurence and Jackie Llewellyn Bowen once played in 2006 on the UK version of the show for a Valentines Day special. They were originally ruled to have incorrectly answer their £1,000,000 question, but the question turned out to be a bad question, so they were brought back for another £1,000,000, but this time, they decided to walk with £500,000.
Jackie thought it was Whisky, but Laurence could not agree with them, so they called their friend David. Jackie was the one who spoke with him, who also thought it was Whisky. In the end, the couple went for D: Whisky, which was correct.
This was another question they did not know, so they asked the audience. The majority went for D: Bringing Up Baby, so they went for it, and they were right, but it was not revealed until after a commercial break.
£64,000 (11 of 15) - Not timed
York's National Railway Museum is associated with which London museum?
• A: Museum of London
• B: Design Museum
• C: British Museum
• D: Science Museum
£125,000 (12 of 15) - Not timed
Kal-El was the original name of which superhero?
• A: Batman
• B: Spiderman
• C: Superman
• D: Iron Man
£250,000 (13 of 15) - Not timed
The archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans was most associated with the excavation of which ancient site?
• A: Thebes
• B: Knossos
• C: Troy
• D: Babylon
£500,000 (14 of 15) - Not timed
Which king of England is often credited with the invention of the handkerchief?
• A: William I
• B: Richard II
• C: Edward IV
• D: Henry V
After 14 questions, they reached the £1,000,000 question which was:
£1,000,000 (15 of 15) - Not timed
Translated from the Latin, what is the motto of the United States?
• A: In God we trust
• B: One out of many
• C: All as one
• D: Striving together
The couple thought it was A: In God we trust, so they went for it, but they were ruled to have gotten it wrong. The correct answer was B: One out of many and they lost £468,000, or so they thought...
It was later found out that the question was flawed. "One out of many" was the motto of the United States, and it did have Latin origins, but since 1956, they have also been using "In God we trust," but it did not have Latin origins, so the question was ruled out as a bad question and Laurence and Jackie were invited back for another £1,000,000 question, which was:
£1,000,000 (15 of 15) - Not timed
Who was the first man to travel into space twice?
• A: Vladimir Titov
• B: Michael Collins
• C: Gus Grissom
• D: Yuri Gagarin
This time, the couple was not sure, so they decided to take the £500,000 and not risking £468,000 again. The question was then asked for their text game for the viewers at home. They would have 30 seconds to come up with the answer, and the winner would win £1,000. At the end of the 30 seconds, the contestants guessed D: Yuri Gagarin, but if they went for it, they would have lost £468,000. The correct answer was C: Gus Grissom.
They are the first and only celebrity pair in the UK to get to the final question, even though the question turned out to be bad.
They are the last contestants to win £500,000 on the British version of Millionaire.
Their run was not repeated on Challenge. It was likely due to the bad question turned out to be a bit controversial to show after the original airing.
They were the first ever contestants in the UK Version to answer the Million Pound Question incorrectly. However, Chris announced that they were given another chance of winning the Million. The Celebrity Pair takes away £500,000 after they walked away from their Second Million Pounds Question.
Their first appearances was on 13th January 2006. But since the question was a flawed, they were invited back on 11th February to replay the Million Pound Question on the Valentines Day Special to make up from their £468,000 lost.