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to get here on this stage not just for 17 years, you said your entire life. since you were six you've been preparing? >> when i was six years old, i memorized charleston, west virgina's map. it was in the phone book and i memorized every street. by the end of the third grade, i had memorized all the state capitals, the square miles-- >> so you really, really been working for this moment. >> i can draw maps. pretty much. yes. >> this is awesome. all right, well, hopefully some of that stuff will help today. >> mm-hmm. >> so far you've been cruising through the board. up to $5,000. all the lifelines are there. so let's get back to it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ we get back to it with a $7,000 question. which of these states' capitals shares it's name with a native american tribe, who traditionally lived on the great plains? >> well, nebraska's lincoln.
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named after a president. south dakota is pierre. it's french. illinois is springfield. wyoming, cheyenne. so the cheyenne were indians. so it would have to be "d," wyoming. final answer. >> didn't we just talk about state capitals? >> yes! >> karma, i'm telling you. karma. $7,000. [cheers and applause] all right, bill, $10,000 question. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ in 1989, the average american household had 2.62 of them. today, it has 2.54. what are they? >> i am leaning toward... one in particular because it always talked about an average american household has about 2.6 people in them. so...
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i am gonna go ahead and guess, "b," people. final answer. >> to get to the million you got to take some shots. >> yes. >> this one paid off. >> good. thank you. >> you got it. $10,000. man on a mission right here. i can tell. >> i am. yes. >> well, you're at $10,000. a chance to double it right here with $20,000 on the line. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ who gained the right to vote in presidential elections when the 23rd amendment was ratified in 1961? i like that smile already. >> the 23rd amendment dealt with residents of washington, d.c. that would be "a," residents of washington, d.c. my final answer. >> the man is on fire. yes!
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[cheers and applause] $20,000. >> i can't believe this. [laughs] >> living in a dream right now aren't ya? >> i am. >> i wanna keep it going 'cause now you're 2 away from that next threshold of $50,000. i should probably remind you, you haven't touched a lifeline yet. so those are there if you need them. here we go, $30,000 question. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ used on jerk chicken and often called "the jamaican ketchup," what condiment is naomi campbell said to carry a bottle of in her purse? >> well, i know vegemite is australian. the other three... i am not familiar with. >> okay. >> i do not have a clue. i am going to... "ask the audience." >> okay, is that your final? >> that is my final.
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>> all right, audience, bill has been on a roll, but he needs your help here. pick up those keypads, enter your vote now. [percussive music] ♪ ♪ all right, bill, hopefully this helps you. let's take a look at the results. majority there there think it's "a," pickapeppa sauce. 57%. 27% said it was "d," maggi sauce. >> well, lizano looks... spanish. so i wouldn't think it would be that. maggi sauce-- i'm gonna go ahead... and go with the audience and say "a," pickapeppa sauce. final answer. >> to get to $30,000. [dramatic music] ♪ you did it. >> oh! >> you did it! >> thank you all! thank you very much. >> $30,000, bill! $30,000, buddy! >> i know, i can't believe it. >> you still have two lifelines.
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up next is the $50,000 threshold. >> oh, my god. >> this could be a magical day. we'll be right back. [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪
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>> welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." it's a magical day right here. >> yeah. >> bill matheny's here. he just got to $30,000 with that correct answer. a man--that we talked about earlier, that's been trying to get on this show for 17 years trying out. today, it's all happened. something felt right about this and about you coming here. >> thank you. >> so let's keep it going. again, you're at $30,000. you still have two lifelines. next step is $50,000. it's also the next threshold which means you're leaving here with no less than $50,000 if you get it right and it's a free look at $100,000. >> yes. >> so big step. let's take it. let's go, everybody. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ all right, bill, you ready? >> i'm ready. >> here we go. >> let's go. >> $50,000. the term "ailurophile" would best define which of these people? >> ooh, i know this. >> i like it when you say that.
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>> ailurophile is someone who loves cats. so it has to be "a"-- 'cause that would be ornithology, or eque-- butterflies--butterfly's lepi--something. but cat--it has to be "a," cat lady. final answer. >> karma. good karma. [cheers and applause] >> $50,000, bill! all right, we're not done. you have two lifelines. this is a $100,000 question. let's do this. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ ♪ if you were visiting times square in 1905, you would have seen its first electric sign, which advertised what product? >> [laughs]
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um... [dramatic music] ♪ >> two lifelines. >> i am going to... use the "50/50." >> okay. final? >> yes. final. >> all right, bill, i'm gonna help you out. i'm gonna take away two incorrect answers here. okay, so you're left with "b," whiskey, "d," cigarettes. >> [groans] i'm leaning toward one... because i remember looking at old magazines and seeing a particular product advertised on--in electric lights on times square. >> okay. >> okay. okay, i'm gonna... go for it. >> okay. >> i am going to go with "b," whiskey. final answer. [dramatic music] ♪ >> i know everybody here was rooting for you to get to $100,000.
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♪ now you're gonna go for $1/4 million. >> oh! [cheers and applause] >> $100,000, bill! >> ohh! >> you got it right! >> i did! >> $100,000! you are 3 questions away from $1 million. >> oh! >> this is a magical day. can he be the one? we're gonna find out next. [cheers and applause] this is great! this is great. i love it. one day it appears. is that a dark spot? gold bond dark spot minimizing cream for body. targeted treatment: results begin in 4 weeks. gold bond. at walgreens, you're free- free to seize the savings on medicare part d. from one-dollar copays on select plans to rewards points on all prescriptions,
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because life needs ziploc. sc johnson. >> the answer to that question was "vertigo." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." one of the best days i've ever had on this set. bill matheny is making it a magical, magical day. he just got to $100,000. $100,000! [cheers and applause] a man of the cloth who has been trying to get on this show for 17 years. has been thinking about this moment since he was six years old. >> yes. >> and it's all coming into play just perfectly. and you still have one lifeline left. >> yes. >> what is running through your mind right now? >> i was just hoping not to go out in the first five. [laughter] and i can't believe i've made it this far. >> well, you are 3 away from $1 million. [cheers and applause] rarified air.
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shall we? >> yes, i'm ready. >> let's play... >> let's go. >> "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] all right, bill... $250,000 is what's on the line this question: the subject of one of the world's most famous paintings, what was the first name of james mcneill whistler's mother? >> one name... came up right away. before--in my head before the-- before the four options appeared. >> and it's up there? >> it's there, but... i think i'd better... uh, bring down bob. >> your brother? >> yeah. >> your "plus one"? is that your final? >> that is my final. >> okay, bob, come on down here. [cheers and applause]
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how you doing? good to see you. >> good seeing you, too. how's it going, bill? >> bob, can you believe what's happening here today? >> i'm not surprised. >> no? >> no, not at all. >> all right, well, you boys talk it out the best you can. >> do you have any clues at all? >> no, but i will tell you that whatever your first-- first thought was, that's what you ought to go with. >> even if it means risking $50,000? >> it's only $50,000. [laughter] it's not mine. [laughter] you ought a go--i mean, it's--you know. $50,000, but if you had your first inclination, your normally right. >> $100,000 is going to go a long way. it's going to help my church grade school where we attended. so... they can use the money... but they didn't have anything more until i came. [laughter] you know, i think i'm gonna go for it. this is my only chance i'm ever going to have. [cheers and applause]
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oh, well. whatever happens, happens. i'm gonna say "a," anna. final answer. [dramatic music] >> there are so many people rooting for you right now. ♪ ♪ bill... you got it right! [cheers and applause] you got it right! >> oh, my god! [screaming] [dramatic music] ♪ ♪ oh, my god! >> bill! look at that! $250,000! >> oh, my god. oh! >> way to go! >> oh, thank you. >> you are giving me a heart attack. $250,000. unfortunately, our time is up for today. >> oh, no. >> but, thankfully, you're not going anywhere. you guys are coming back tomorrow. we're gonna play more "millionaire." buddy, you are 2 questions away
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from $1 million. when we come back, next show, you're gonna be going for $1/2 million. >> oh. >> thank you for watching. for everyone who's been a part of this one. i'm chris harrison. we will see you next time. [dramatic music] ♪ >> oh, thank you! >> unbelievable! ♪ ♪ closed captioning sponsored by: (jessica) the new recipe of beneful is really excellent. the first ingredient is chicken. (riley) man, this chicken is spectacular! (jessica) i feel like when he eats beneful, he turns into a puppy again. you love it, don't you? you love it so much! (vo) try new beneful healthy weight with chicken. now with real chicken as the number one ingredient. ♪ bearpaw, live life comfortably.
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announcer: "action news," delaware valley's leading news program with jim gardner. these are pictures that speak volumes, the turnstiles are correspond donned off and the ticket window says closed. this is the septa strike of 2016. thousands of commuters turned to the commuter rails. while still mobbed, they weren't quite as chaotic as yesterday. meanwhile talks were continuing at this hotel in efforts to settle the dispute. we have bad news there. it is wednesday night and the big story on "action news" tonight is the end of day two of philadelphia's transit strike. christie ileto is live at
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suburban station. first, jeanette reyes is at the sheridan downtown hotel where everybody has been looking for a breakthrough. developments, anything but a breakthrough? >> reporter: everything seemed encouraging until moments ago when talks ended and negotiators stormed out. tempers flaired in the room to want, talks completely broke down. the issue, the pensions. they cannot come to an agreement and what it means for the riders as the strike goes into day three. no news may be good news. they are talking through a mediator and making progress. congressman bob brady has acted as the go between and is hopeful a deal will be reached. >> they are talking. when they had a ten-day strike,
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they weren't talking. >> reporter: the sticking points haven't changed. neither side has given in. they are looking for changing to a pension. both are costly issues up against a tight budget. >> i talked to the governor. there's no money there. i talked to the mayor, there's no money there. >> reporter: the biggest concern looming is the countdown to election day. traffic on november 8 looks anything like the last couple days, voters are looking at a long day commuting to and from work with less time to hit the polls. >> they should be concerned, i'm concerned. i'm the party chairman. >> reporter: the only good news is they are planning on returning to the bargaining table tomorrow. they are going to continue talking. election day is on their minds. they are hoping to get it resolved. by then, the breakdown in the talk is certainly not encouraging. live in center city, jeanette
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reyes, channel 6 "action news." jim? >> let's switch to christie ileto in suburban station. how would you describe today? >> reporter: depends on who you ask. we caught a ride at suburban station and caught long lines on the platform. this is one of the busiest in the city. during the strike, depending on who you ask, some consider it pure chaos. what do you think of the lines? >> it's amazing. it goes all the way around and down. >> reporter: day two of the strike and this is the new normal inside suburban station. >> i have to leave earlier to get to work on time. i leave work and get home later. >> we bought a ticket before 5:00 and 15 minutings later, we
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are boarding a train. >> today is much better than yesterday. >> that wasn't the same for everyone. some transit riders told us day two has only gotten worse. >> it's triple my time normally to get home. >> i'm usually pro-union. i's tough to be sympathetic. >> reporter: lyft drivers are weighing in. >> i don't care, whatever the cost is, can you take me to work or home? can i get your personal number? >> reporter: another day without mass transit is wearing on their patience. are you prepared to commute four hours every day? >> i have no choice. >> reporter: with talks tabled this evening, it looks like customers are going to have to bear more delays and headaches for day three. live in center city, christie
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ileto. jim? >> thank you. "action news" will be on again early in the morning, beginning at 4:00 a.m. to bring the latest developments on the septa strike and how it is impacting the morning commute. the med ya elwyn line was halted for hours due to a traffic collision during the evening rush hour. the train struck and killed someone near the angora station in southwest philadelphia. service didn't resume until 6:30. bill cosby was back in court. his lawyers told the judge his eyesight is so bad, he cannot identify his accusers. the trial will help the defense look at evidence. the attorneys are also trying to suppress cosby's decade old deposition from a relatedil case arguing he never would have testified under oath if it could have led to criminal charges. cosby is scheduled to go on
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trial in june for drugging and molesting the woman whose picture you just saw, temple employee in 2004. former employee. the judge has not yet said when he will rule on the motions. >> josh huff is expected to play against the giants on sunday. no doubt, he will face serious consequences after being stopped with a gun and marijuana on the walt whitman bridge. dann cuellar has the latest on this. >> i apologize sincerely. it's not who i am. >> reporter: yesterday morning, eagles wide receiver was pulled over for speeding on the new jersey side of the bridge. according to a court complaint, the officer who pulled huff over smelled marijuana inside the car. huff handed over marijuana and told the officer, he had a gun in the driver door pocket. he offered this explanation on why he was carrying.
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>> i'm a professional athlete. what professional athlete doesn't carry a gun? i have a wife and son. >> reporter: the gun is registered in pennsylvania, but not new jersey which has strict gun laws. >> did you know the law? s a little bit. i didn't know enough about it. >> reporter: huff says he life has been threatened before. that's why he carries a gun. >> you can't trust a lot of people. >> reporter: coach doug pederson says he talked privately to huff who was apologetic about the incident. he says, for the time being, no action against huff. >> you have to make choices. it's about choices and consequences in life. >> he knows his actions have consequences and will accept whatever comes his way. he practiced with the eagles and is expected to play against the giants on sunday. at the link, dann cuellar,
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channel 6 "action news." a deadly action in south jersey. chopper 6 was over a dark and lonely stretch in gloucester county. a pedestrian was struck and killed before 9:00. the driver stopped. new jersey police have the suspected driver in custody in what they are calling an intentional hit and run. 21-year-old desmond of mays landing ran over his girlfriend last night in the parking lot of the high school in bu that vista. 25-year-old patrick of vineland is in critical condition. the assault happened on his birthday. we have six days until the election. it is a dead heat in the presidential race according to the new abc news/washington post tracking poll. hillary clinton and donald trump are tied at 46%. 3% of likely voters support gary
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johnson, 2% for jill stein. three polls in pennsylvania are all in agreement, showing clinton maintaining an edge over her republican rival. quinn pack has her ahead 48% to 43%. cnn/orc43-44 and monomouth showing clinton up by the same margin. hillary clinton told voters in las vegas to imagine what life would be like if donald trump becomes president. for hispanics, she said it would mean having a president who did you want see you as american. for black voters, it would mean having a president who believes their lives are consumed by, quote, crime, poverty and dispair. clinton campaigned in arizona competing in a normally very red state. donald trump continues to focus on florida.
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in pensacola he showed more discipline, refusing to respond to clinton. instead, trump predicted a clinton victory would trigger a constitutional crisis. e-mail practices while she was secretary of state. trump narrowed his deficits to where pennsylvania governor said today and these are his words, i am definitely nervous. malania trump will make her first speech of the campaign since the speech at the rnc. this is tomorrow and will deliver it in berwyn. abc news learned it is being written by malania with help from conway. the process began tonight. they are leaving the board of elections in east falls being deposited at nearly 1700 polling
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places across the city over the coming days. a camden county man who dedicated his life to serving our country was honored in town hall. he was drafted in 1967, served in vietnam and served in korea after being honorably discharged from active duty, he spent decades working with the vfw and helping wounded warriors. tonight, they presented him with a proclamation celebrating his service. still to come tonight, five new laws to cut down on the painkiller crisis. we are learning where a man had been hours before he killed two police officers. cecily? >> we are walking on the mild side. today's high, 70 degrees, nine degrees above normal. warmer air moves in then i'm tracking


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