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  • Jim Matthews
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  • Jim Matthews, a computer programmer from Hanover, New Hampshire, was a contestant on season 2 of the US version of the show on December 6, 2000. He walked away with $500,000.
  • Governor Jim Matthews is the 48th and current Governor of Pennsylvania. He previously served as the 48th Vice President of the United States, and as Pennsylvania's 46th Governor, before leaving the vice presidency to run for his former position as governor to replace the late Peter Russo as the Democratic nominee.
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Birthplace
  • United States of America
  • Pennsylvania,
Appearances
  • [[#Appearances
Status
  • Alive
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  • Africa
  • Egg
  • Fossil
  • Hand
  • Elisabeth Shue
  • Oslo
  • Walter Mondale
  • Daniel Webster
  • Tom Brokaw
  • Dean's list
  • Furniture styles
  • Heavy D & the Boyz
  • Margaret Houlihan
  • Nuclear reactor
  • Porcelain animals
  • Wise up
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Caption
  • Jim had no idea, and being the last question, he decided to ask the audience, just in case they happened to know it, who voted 20-7-25-48. Jim believed that all presenters were plausible choices, so he decided to walk away with $500,000. The correct answer was A: Peter Jennings .
  • Although a European history major, he could not recall any city called Christiania. He therefore decided to call his friend and colleague Steve. Jim only told Steve to look up Christiania in an encyclopedia, but time ran out before he could tell him anything. He then decided to use his 50:50, eliminating A and D. With camera shots of his family being really nervous, Jim recalled that Sweden controlled most of Scandinavia and that they had a king called Christian. Armed only with this fact, he decided to go with it , and won $250,000.
dstyle
  • 5050
  • correct
cstyle
  • correct
Title
Data
  • 48
A
  • Chest
  • South America
  • Vienna
  • Cameron Diaz
  • Spiro Agnew
  • Bread
  • Kid 'n Play
  • Pipe down
  • John Jay
  • Peter Jennings
  • Barbie dolls
  • Paper mill
  • Poetry meters
  • Professor's list
  • Radar O'Reilly
  • Swatch
astyle
  • 5050
  • correct
Before
firstseenepisode
  • Chapter 1
Years
  • 2010
  • 2012
  • 20132014
  • --01-18
  • --01-20
  • --01-21
After
Current
  • Jim Matthews
Profession
  • Vice President of the United States
  • Governor of Pennsylvania
Question
  • 3050.0
  • ('Ask the Audience' lifeline used)
  • Helvetica, Garamond and Times Roman are all examples of which of the following?
  • Which of these network news anchors began his career at age 9, hosting a children's radio show?
  • The term "meltdown" was originally used to describe an accident occurring where?
  • Who argued the appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court for the African slaves who inspired the movie "Amistad"?
  • Jane Goodall's study of primate behavior was done primarily on what continent?
  • What watch company created "Internet time," a new clocking system in which the entire world adopts a single time zone?
  • Who was Gerald Ford's vice president?
  • Many colleges place the names of students of high scholastic standing on a roster called what?
  • Hash browns are normally made with what main ingredient?
  • What rap group starred in the "House Party" movies of the 1990s?
  • Which of these European cities was formerly called Christiania?
  • What character on the television series "M*A*S*H" was from Ottumwa, IA?
  • Pierre Omidyar initially started the auction website eBay to help his wife collect what?
  • Which of the following is a slang expression used to tell someone to be quiet?
  • Put these actresses in order of their birth, starting with the earliest.
  • Over what part of the body would you wear a monocle?
Seasons
  • 1
D
  • North America
  • Postage stamps
  • North Pole
  • Brussels
  • Eye
  • Bingo!
  • Alexander Haig
  • Alfre Woodard
  • John Quincy Adams
  • Ted Koppel
  • Run-D.M.C.
  • Bursar's list
  • Charles Winchester
  • Fat and lots of it
  • Font types
  • Swiss Army
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  • correct
C
  • Asia
  • Pez dispensers
  • Potato
  • Amsterdam
  • Farm
  • Nelson Rockefeller
  • Ear
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Rachel Leigh Cook
  • Rolex
  • Dan Rather
  • Eat lead
  • Fabric patterns
  • Kris Kross
  • President's list
  • Trapper John
cata
  • 25
bata
  • 7
aata
  • 20
abstract
  • Jim Matthews, a computer programmer from Hanover, New Hampshire, was a contestant on season 2 of the US version of the show on December 6, 2000. He walked away with $500,000.
  • Governor Jim Matthews is the 48th and current Governor of Pennsylvania. He previously served as the 48th Vice President of the United States, and as Pennsylvania's 46th Governor, before leaving the vice presidency to run for his former position as governor to replace the late Peter Russo as the Democratic nominee.
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