Susan Taylor, is a restaurant server from Essington, PA was a contestant who appeared on the 15th season of the U.S. version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on September 16, 2016. She walked away with $30,000.
Susan thought about the question for a short while, but she was not sure, so she asked the audience and got 92% going for B: Ham radio operators. Susan went with them and got it right.
$2,000 (3 of 14) - Not timed
What sarcastic term coined in reference to the JFK assassination investigation contains the name of a popular kitchen appliance?
• A: Sunbeam Toaster Conspiracy
• B: Magic Bullet Theory
• C: Mr. Coffee Hypothesis
• D: Kenmore Dishwasher Supposition
$3,000 (4 of 14) - Not timed
As he did in 2011 and 2014, when Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon in 2015, he literally tasted victory by eating some of the court's what?
• A: Clay
• B: Wood
• C: Grass
• D: Asphalt
Susan eliminated D: Asphalt, thinking he could not eat that. She eventually went for C: Grass and that was right.
$5,000 (5 of 14) - Not timed
Essentially dyeing your skin from within, MyTan Bronze Tanning Pills promise a "healthy glow" without the sun, thanks to high doses of what?
• A: Riboflavin
• B: Beta-carotene
• C: Folic acid
• D: Iron
$7,000 (6 of 14) - Not timed
What TV personality also dispenses advice as an author in her books "Don't Pee on my Leg and Tell Me It's Raining" and "Beauty Fades, Dumb is Forever"? "50:50" lifeline used.
• A: Suze Orman
• B: Rachel Ray
• C: Rachel Maddow
• D: Judge Judy
Susan thought that the two quotes sounded like something Judge Judy would say, but she was not sure enough, so she decided to user her 50:50, leaving her with her initial guess and C: Rachel Maddow. She eventually went for D and got it right.
$10,000 (7 of 14) - Not timed
Which of these is prominently featured in the logo of the American Cetacean Society?
• A: A whale tail
• B: An eagle talon
• C: A monkey paw
• D: A T. Rex tooth
The word "Cetacean" made Susan lean towards A: A whale tail, but she then thought she might be confusing it with a different word. However, she decided to take a risk and went with her initial guess, which was right.
$20,000 (8 of 14) - Not timed
In the game of pool, the number 1 ball is typically colored solid what?
• A: Yellow
• B: Green
• C: Red
• D: Orange
Susan knew the answer right away.
$30,000 (9 of 14) - Not timed
If Vladimir Putin asks for poutine, he wants what country's specialty of french fries covered in gravy and cheese curds?
• A: Morocco
• B: Canada
• C: Haiti
• D: Belgium
Susan knew the answer from her experience as a waitress, though she had some doubts. However, she decided to take a risk again and got it right.
$50,000 (10 of 14) - Not timed
When "Star Wars" was released in 1977, what was the first sentence in the famous "opening crawl"? "Plus One" lifeline used.
• A: The galaxy is in peril.
• B: It is a period of civil war.
• C: A darkness in encroaching.
• D: An evil empire spreads.
Susan was a fan of "Star Wars," but she did not know the answer for some reason, so she decided to call down her Plus One, her best friend Jerry. However, she did not know the answer either. However, she was leaning towards A: The galaxy is in peril, but she was not sure enough. She says she was only 10% sure. Susan decided to walk away with $30,000. The correct answer was actually B: It is a period of civil war.