Just like for yesterday’s show, here are today’s Millionaire games, including my appearance. Once again, they were recorded on my iPod, so it’s kinda crappy, but this time it’s less crappy ’cause I was recording it off a large flat-screen. Like earlier today, these videos’ll be up for 14 days before they go private.
First, the continuation of Jamie Bond’s game…
And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for, my game:
A short little commentary after the jump.
So that basically does it for the Millionaire chapter of my life. Do I regret not jumping the His & Hers question and going onto the next one? Not entirely, ’cause I don’t know what was behind the “Bed Time” category. If it was “US Presidents” or “Congress” or “Baseball” or something, I probably should’ve jumped it, but this category I’m simply not sure about. This is all in hindsight, mind you; none of this was going through my mind at the time. (Update: The transcript noted that “Bed Time” was the toughest question on the board.) Hell, at first I kinda regretted using the ATA on the Salvador Dali question, but hell, it could’ve been Jackson Pollock, to be honest.
Simply put, with His & Hers I saw My Life, thought Billy Joel, and kinda went with that line of logic. I made a calculated risk by going for it, and it didn’t pay off – simple as that. In the end, I don’t regret it, ’cause I got to fulfill my dream of being on a game show. (BTW, I would love My Life or My Life in High Heels as a birthday present, just sayin’.)
Three other things: first, this bit of hilarity courtesy of Millionaire buddy Connie:
Second, here’s what that note from Meredith said.
And finally, this, ’cause I can.
I’ll see y’all tomorrow for the Top 5.
- My Amazing (Spoiler-Free) “Millionaire” Adventure (dpecs.wordpress.com)
- Yesterday’s “Millionaire”: David Guzman and Jamie Bond (dpecs.wordpress.com)