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Michelle Glover won $300 on May 19-20, 2005, she used up all of her lifelines on 2nd and 3rd questions and decided to walk away with $300 on 4th question.
What historic document has the heading "In Congress, July 4, 1776" written across its top?
• A: Gettysburg Address
• B: Magna Carta
• C: Declaration of Independence
• D: Ben Franklin's pre-nup
$200 (2 of 15) - Not Timed
In the kitchen, a small hourglass that usually runs between three and five minutes is called a what? "Ask the Audience" lifeline used
• A: Egg timer
• B: Toast timer
• C: Pasta timer
• D: Steak timer
Ask the Audience Results:
Studio: A: 95% • B: 2% • C: 2% • D: 1%
AOL: A: 73% • B: 15% • C: 5% • D: 7%
$300 (3 of 15) - Not Timed
Which of these types of footwear are usually at least 25 inches long and up to 12 inches wide? "50:50" and "Phone-a-Friend" lifelines used
• A: In-line skates
• B: Hiking boots
• C: Galoshes
• D: Snowshoes
She phoned her father, who said it was snowshoes. She goes for it and won $300. The klaxon called time, and Michelle would return with no remaining lifelines.
$500 (4 of 15) - Not Timed
Longtime pals Matt Damon and Ben Affleck attended highschool together in a suburb of what city?
• A: Atlanta
• B: Chicago
• C: Detroit
• D: Boston
Michelle wanted to guess Chicago, but her instincts were telling her that it was the wrong answer. Her instincts were correct - the correct answer is Boston. She decided to take the $300, not wanting to take the risk and go away empty handed.
Michelle also becomes the second syndicated Millionaire contestant to use the three available lifelines by 3rd question. On December 16, 2002, Kym Amesquita also used Ask the Audience on 2nd question. She then used Phone-a-Friend and 50:50 on 3rd question. However, Kym was able to answer the next five questions in a row, and walked away with $8,000.
Drew McCarsky became the third to do by 3rd question on October 5, 2005, and left with nothing.