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Asa3,725 posts since 22 Mar 2001 Administrator
Meridian (South East) South East Today
Use Media tags when posting a Youtube video in future.

No need to be so curt. And it's not necessary anyway, if someone wishes to just post a link direct to YouTube, that's absolutely fine.


I'm looking forward to seeing the show on Monday, hope it's worth being a three-parter.
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BillyH1,402 posts since 26 May 2001
London London
The episode that did go out in 2001 had some obvious edits after Ingram was skipped, such as confetti suddenly being all over the floor and Tarrant mentioning “ANOTHER million pounds” a few times.
Member since 26 May 2001
Johnr632 posts since 6 Apr 2004
The episode that did go out in 2001 had some obvious edits after Ingram was skipped, such as confetti suddenly being all over the floor and Tarrant mentioning “ANOTHER million pounds” a few times.


I always find it weird they didn’t sweep up the confetti in between Ingram leaving the set and the next contestant! (Not in the sense they should have cleared it up because they thought he cheated, just how they didn’t sweep it up in general)

Also...Regis Philbin is 88?! Shocked
Steve Williams3,175 posts since 1 Aug 2008
The episode that did go out in 2001 had some obvious edits after Ingram was skipped, such as confetti suddenly being all over the floor and Tarrant mentioning “ANOTHER million pounds” a few times.


When I mentioned this on Twitter yesterday, a friend of mine dug this out...





...and I remember at the time the initial suggestion was that they weren't going to show it for a bit because it seemed inappropriate in the week of 9/11. That also meant that weirdly edited Saturday night episode didn't seem quite as unusual as it might, because the following film had to be dropped for reasons of taste and was replaced with another, shorter one.
DJGM2,725 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Granada North West Today
This version of WWTBAM probably won't get shown on any channels over here unless perhaps Challenge decide to acquire the rights (probably unlikely) but I'll put this in spoiler tags anyway . . .


Eric Stonestreet from the sitcom Modern Family was the first contestant, used his final lifeline (50/50) on the $125,000 question, and after an ad break, Jimmy Kimmel revealed that he'd got the answer right. He chose to not answer the $250,000 question, and took the money.

"The Not-So-Late-Show with Greg Mitchell" will hopefully return in some form, somewhere soon.
Unlikely to be on Roch Valley Radio though.

Stay tuned . . .
bilky asko5,796 posts since 9 Sep 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Interesting to note in the disclaimers before the credits that celebrities are guaranteed a $32,000 prize for their charities. I seem to recall that the celebrity editions of The Weakest Link in the USA would guarantee $10,000 for each losing celebrity's charity, so I presume it's a standard thing there.