KTRK, Houston, TX
Collin is playing for Living Water International. He's a meteorologist and is expected to get some of them right.
$500: "Where do you get your protein from?", "But what about bacon?", and "Then what do you eat?" are all on TheKitchn.com's list of thiNgs not to say to whom?
A - vegans
B - valets
C - ventriloquists
D - vice presidents
Collin says he looks forward to the first few questions because they're supposed to be funny
$1000: Bjork, Keith Urban and Annie Lennox are some of the performers who've had to cancel concerts due to "Singer's Nodes," which are polyps found where?
A - between the toes
B - on the vocal cords
C - on the back of the wrist
D - behind the knees
$2000: When she won the Miss America Pageant in 1945, Bess Myerson became the first - and to date, only - winner who was what?
A - Jewish
B - over 120 years old
C - over 8 feet tall
D - a U.S. citizen
A - 90%
B - 1%
C - 3%
D - 6%
$3000: In government slang, unwanted but un-fireable civil servants are often warehoused in non-essential agencies that are referred to by what avian term?
A - apple orchards
B - turkey farms
C - cabbage patches
D - lemming ranches
Collin asks to use his 50:50.
Collin realizes he missed the word "avian".
$5000: If you filled in the blanks in the titles of the following famous TV shows, which blank would have the second-highest number?
A - "_____ Jump Street"
B - "Beverly Hills, ______"
C - "_____ Broke Girls"
D - "_____ Rock"
Collin & Chris discuss the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.
$7000: First opening in 1923, what stadium is the only facility in the world to have hosted two Summer Olympic Games (and might host a third in 2028)?
A - Lambeau Field
B - Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
C - Soldier Field
D - Giants Stadium
Collin has a hunch on this one. He doesn't want to use his last lifeline.
$10,000: Ultimately falling back to Earth with the rain, the dust from what desert travels across the Atlantic Ocean to provide vital nutrients for the Amazon rainforest?
A - Mojave Desert
B - Patagonian Desert
C - Sahara Desert
D - Gobi Desert
Collin, as a meteorologist, says this has been discussed in the past few weeks.
MILLIONAIRE "QUESTION OF THE DAY": In the "Babar" children's book series, which of the following is not one of Babar's children?
A - Flora
B - Arthur
C - Pom
D - Alexander
$20,000: In 1998, who became the first woman to win the Tony Award for Direction of a Musical?
A - Susan Stroman for "The Producers"
B - Anna D. Shapiro for "August: Osage County"
C - Marianne Elliott for "War Horse"
D - Julie Taymor for "The Lion King"
Collin says he doesn't recognize any of the names. "This is tricky," he says. He calls his +1, Katelyn. She says she was 6 years old in 1998; Collin was 7. The only one she recognizes is D. She thinks the movie "The Lion King" was around that time.
END OF SHOW "NOISE"
Collin will be back on Monday to complete his run.