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and i thought maybe i could just minimize the damage. deny it all you want, anna. the two of us work well together, and tonight is the proof. we stopped a major gun shipment and arrested a pivotal figure in the syndicate. well, okay. yeah. you know, y-y-you just -- you go ahead and you take all the credit, because i don't want to be associated with you, honestly. some wedding, huh? it certainly wasn't the one i expected. no. i'm sorry about that. i know very well that this wasn't your fault. so, our wedding was a disaster. hmm. but the good news is that our children are all well, all of them, yours, mine, and ours.
this wasn't supposed to happen to you. [ ventilator hissing ] okay. you saw her. we have to go now. what if she dies? she's not going to die. if she dies, it's my fault. it's 'cause i screwed everything up. i know you have to have a reason, a really good reason that -- that you could lie to me every day, that you could let me grieve for you while you struggle, why you pretended to struggle. i know you have to have a good reason why you would lie to your kids, why you'd let morgan leave the house knowing that you were lying to him. carly, morgan had to hit rock bottom before he was gonna accept help. right, and you will be happy to know that
while you were at the church pretending that you couldn't walk, morgan had a full-blown manic episode, okay? he stole your gun from the house, and he came down here, and he was gonna intercept the shipment. and he called kiki, and she was worried about him, and the only reason our son isn't dead is because kiki was shot instead. wait, ki-- kiki got shot? this is her blood, sonny! i performed cpr on her right here until the ambulance showed up, and i overheard the cops and the atf team, and they were all talking about the guns. these guns right here. look at them! they're hideous! kiki was shot because of these, and our son almost died because of these! and you knew about it! i-i didn't know that morgan was gonna try to intercept the shipment, carly. oh, my god! you knew it was gonna happen! right? come on! you knew it was gonna happen, and you were gonna intercept it because you wanted to take your enemies by surprise
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[ sniffles ] [ sighs ] >> hey, everybody. with the oscars just around the corner, all this week, we're playing our game with some of the most rabid movie buffs in the country. can they turn their film fanaticism into piles of cold, hard cash? we're about to find out. it's movie week on "who wants to be a millionaire."
hello, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. are you guys ready for more movie week? [cheers and applause] it's been a lot of fun, and we're gonna continue today. our first contestant used to skip school to go to the movie theaters. let's see if that alternative education pays off for him today. from denver, colorado, please welcome tim davids. [cheers and applause] hey, tim. >> how you doing? >> good to see you, man. >> thank you. >> so i think it's okay. the statute of limitations is up. you used to skip school, huh? >> i used to skip school a lot. yeah, and my parents let me skip school if i was going to the movies. >> really? >> and if they--well, if they knew i was being responsible about my--like, my classes, kind of, you know, remotely responsible on my classes. >> as long as you kept your grades up. all right. >> yeah. >> but you made it al the way through school. >> yeah, barely. >> and you've made it on to the "millionaire" stage. >> yeah, so finally there's a reason for all of that. >> who would get the last laugh now? >> exactly, yeah. >> all those times you skipped school. >> yeah, teachers. >> all right, let me tell you
14 questions with the money values growing from $500 all the way up to $1 million. [cheers and applause] every question you answer correctly moves you one step closer to that top prize. remember, at any time, you can walk away with the money you've earned up to that point. if you give me an incorrect answer, you'll walk away with nothing, until you get to those two thresholds, one at $5,000, then again at $50,000. 3 lifelines to use. you have the audience here. they'll help you out with one question. "50/50." we'll take away 2 incorrect answers. and finally, your "plus one." who did you bring with you? >> i brought my girlfriend kendra. >> kendra also a movie buff, i hope? >> she is a movie buff. yeah, indeed. she loves mob movies. >> did you go to school, or did you go to the movies? >> i went to school. yeah, my parents weren't as cool. >> education, it's so overrated. >> yeah. >> all right, you ready to go? >> absolutely. >> all right, let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] first question: $500.
proving bigger isn't always better, paul rudd transforms into a superhero approximately one-half inch in height in what 2015 film? "ant-man." that's my final answer. >> and that's how you start. just like that. $500. second question: $1,000. here it is. referring to one of the many vehicles driven in the action movie franchise, what line was uttered by ludacris in "fast & furious 6"? >> they definitely had a tank, so a, "they got a tank!" final answer. >> nobody's scared of a unicycle.
$1,000. here's your $2,000 question. the 2014 installment in what film series features an unlikely combination of characters including sir lancelot, sacajawea and teddy roosevelt? >> they call come to life at night in the museum, so that is "night at the museum," a. final answer. >> it's a great movie franchise. that's right. >> oh, yeah. >> the kids love that movie. all right, $3,000 question. here it is. according to legend, james cameron pitched the sequel to what sci-fi movie by spelling out its title on a conference room white board using a "$" for the "s"? >> well, when james cameron directed the sequel to "alien," he called it "aliens," so i
so i'll say b. final answer. >> and he cashed in again. that's right. [cheers and applause] $3,000. next step: $5,000. but it's also your first threshold. >> right. >> so here it is, $5,000 question. all but which of these films feature an unlikely romance between adam sandler and drew barrymore? >> i believe that adam sandler is not in "never been kissed." so--let's see. they're both in "50 first dates." they're both in "the wedding singer." they're... i will say a. final answer. >> that is also correct, not an adam sandler movie. well done. $5,000, tim. [cheers and applause] good start, 5 questions in.
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[dramatic musical flourish] >> welcome back to movie week here on "who wants to be a millionaire." tim davids playing a solid game right now 5 questions in. he's at $5,000. you reached your first threshold. all your lifelines are there. i know you see a lot of movies. you go to the theater usually or watch it at home, but what's the furthest you've gone to see a movie? >> when i was in college, actually, i drove to sundance just to see a couple of movies, and then i drove immediately back so that i wouldn't miss class. >> it's ironic that you wanted to make it back for class. >> exactly, well-- >> because you've never done that before in your life. >> no. >> usually, you left class for the movies. >> exactly. by that point, i was in film school, so i didn't have to leave class anymore. >> oh, see. >> yeah, yeah. >> you found your passion. >> exactly. >> you found your love in life. >> yeah. >> all right, well, so far, that
in the amount of $5,000. again, that's the threshold, so you're in good shape. so let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] next step: $7,000. here's your question. which of these '80s comedies stars an actor whose first name is martin and an actor whose last name is martin? >> the first thing that comes to mind is steve martin, and, of course, he's in "three amigos!" martin short is also in "three amigos!" so i believe the answer is "three amigos!" that's my final answer, c. >> would you say you now have a plethora of money? that is correct. [cheers and applause] steve martin and martin short. $7,000. good job.
>> $10,000 now, 5 figures. are you ready? >> i am absolutely ready. >> here is your $10,000 question. [dramatic musical flourish] what "wolf of wall street" actor says that because peta objected to the scene where he pretends to eat a goldfish, three "goldfish handlers" had to be on the set? >> i don't remember who eats a goldfish in that movie. i'm gonna ask the audience. >> final? >> final answer. i'm gonna ask the audience. >> okay, audience, tim needs your help. pick up those keypads. please enter your vote now. [percussive music] all right, the votes are in. let's go to the board, take a look at what the audience thinks. 57% anyway say it's c, jonah hill.
i remember him eating the goldfish--i believe. if not, then i'll be very upset with myself. i'm gonna go with c. final answer. i trust the audience. >> pretended to eat the goldfish. >> yes. >> that is right. [cheers and applause] well done. $10,000. [cheers and applause] >> all right. >> only in hollywood would there not only be a job called "goldfish handler," but you would need three of them. >> [laughs] >> welcome to hollywood, my friend. all right, $10,000. next step: chance to double that money. >> all right. >> we're getting serious here. $20,000. here's your question. [dramatic musical flourish] perhaps not the best example of a normal grandmother, tyler perry's "madea" has done all
film? >> okay, well, i know that she was in witness protection at one point, and i know from "madea goes to jail" that she served jail time. what i'm unclear on is whether or not she appeared on "maury" or if she officiated a wedding. >> you still have your "50/50," and you have your "plus one." >> i'm actually gonna go with my "50/50." >> okay. >> yeah, i'd like to knock some stuff off if i can. >> final? >> yeah, final answer. >> all right, we're gonna help you out by taking away 2 incorrect answers, please. so you're left with b, officiated a wedding and c, appeared on the "maury" show. >> okay, i mean, it seems very madea-like to officiate a wedding. >> okay. >> i'm gonna--i want to bring my girlfriend down if i can, so we can bounce some ideas off of each other. >> your plus one? >> yeah, i'd like to use my "plus one." >> okay, final? >> yeah, final. >> okay, let's use that lifeline and come on down. [applause] pleasure. good to meet you. welcome to the show.
>> hello. >> hello. >> all right, kendra, so you're quite a movie buff as well. you've watched the madea movies. [laughter] >> i watched one or two, so... >> yeah, so what do you--yeah, what do you think? what--do you have any ideas right off the bat? >> i don't know. man, this is--this is hard. >> yeah. and she can be a little crazy, so it seems like there's a distinct possibility she could have appeared on "maury." >> yeah. >> yeah. >> i would say there's more crazy stuff that could happen appearing on the "maury" show... >> absolutely. >> then, like... >> actually, because she is not the best example of a normal grandmother, and officiating a wedding is something a normal grandmother would probably do, i'm gonna make a guess and say c. final answer. >> you took a 50-50 shot. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> unfortunately, it didn't pay off. it was actually b, officiated a wedding. >> both: oh.
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[dramatic music] >> welcome back to movie week here on "who wants to be a millionaire." our next contestant is so dedicated to movies, she's even gotten a tattoo to honor her favorite film. from astoria, new york, please welcome joni gallagher. [cheers and applause] hi, joni. pleasure to meet you. >> hi. >> welcome. >> nice to meet you. >> come on over. good to have you. >> thank you. it's great to be here. >> what movie and what tattoo did you get? >> i actually have a tattoo that references the "harry potter" films. >> okay. >> i just--i love them. i think they're wonderful adaptations of wonderful books. and my tattoo says "lumos" on it, which is-- >> what does it say? >> "lumos." >> oh, okay. >> it's one of the spells from-- that you learn at hogwarts. >> right, of course.
everyone knows that, right? it's--it lights up... >> [silently] >> dark places, and so, you know, when it's dark, there's magic. >> it's a glow-in-the-dark tattoo. >> it--i--you know, it might glow in the dark, actually. i've never checked. >> you don't know that? >> nope. [laughter] >> kill the lights. >> [laughs] >> we won't do that. all right, let me tell you what you're up against here today. 14 questions from $500 all the way up to that $1 million. of course, you have your 3 lifelines. you know how those work. >> yes. >> are you ready? >> i am ready. >> i want you to cast a spell on this board right now and get that million dollars. let's do it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] good luck. here's your $500 question. >> okay. >> shouted by brando in "a streetcar named desire," what name is featured in the title of a rom-com in which angela bassett reacquires "her
>> that would be c, stella. final answer. >> you did a much better version than i did. that's right. "how stella got her groove back." >> yeah. >> $500. >> okay. >> here's your $1,000 question. >> all right. >> the poster for what 1995 film featured the tagline "sex. clothes. popularity. is there a problem here?" >> one that i liked very much in 1995 when i was 13. that's a, "clueless." final answer. >> of course. that's right. [cheers and applause] >> yay. >> $1,000. >> all right. >> now here's your $2,000 question. a main character in a 1955 disney classic had been called "homer," "rags," and "bozo" in
himself decided on what name? >> well, i think i have an idea, but i'm not entirely positive, so i would like to use a lifeline. >> which one would you like to use? >> could i use "ask the audience," please? >> no. yes, you can. it's up to you. >> aw, thanks. >> is that your final? >> yes, final. >> okay, audience, we could use a little help here. please pick up those keypads and enter your vote now. [percussive music] all right, the votes are in. testing their disney knowledge here. well, the audience, 55% say "tramp," b. >> i was leaning towards two, and that's one of them, so that makes me feel a bit better. i will go with that. b, "tramp." final answer. >> 55% were right on the money. that is correct. >> thank you. >> well done.
>> thank you, audience. well-used lifeline, and now you're at $2,000. >> okay. >> next step, $3,000. here it is. >> yeah. >> working with his friend mark wahlberg, who grew up in his team's backyard, what pro athlete makes cameos in the 2015 films "entourage" and "ted 2"? >> well, i know--i think i know that mark wahlberg is from the boston area, and tom brady plays for the patriots of massachusetts, so i'm gonna go with c, tom brady. final answer. >> talking about that unfortunate quarterback... tom brady. that's right. [cheers and applause] the poor guy.
so rough. >> no talent, no looks. >> yeah. >> it's terrible. how does he get by? >> i don't know. >> his wife-- >> we wish him the best. >> wife is homely too. >> yeah, yeah, bad wife too. all right, $3,000. you're at a great spot here. >> all right. >> $5,000 is next, also your first threshold you can get to. so here it is, $5,000 question. praising her "quirky lines" and "pouty faces," eonline.com suggests all but which of these films for a meg ryan movie marathon? >> i love, love, love the meg ryan romantic comedies, so i know for a fact that she is not in "while you were sleeping." that's sandra bullock, i believe, so b, "while you were sleeping." final answer. >> i could tell by the wry smile on your face you had that one down. that's right.
sandra bullock movie. >> yeah. >> $5,000. >> all right. >> that's your first threshold. you have 2 more lifelines. you're doing really good. how far will she go here on movie week? we're gonna find out next on "millionaire." [dramatic music] (snoring) (snoring) (snoring) (snoring) (snoring) (snoring) (snoring) attention kmart shoppers, head to the home sale and refresh your bedroom for less. oh my gosh stephanie, we're like so goth. we're like goth, goth. (knocking on door) honey? i'm dying my hair mom. hair dye? no, not in my bathroom.
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stay tuned for the answer. >> the answer to that question: "this is the end." [dramatic music] welcome back to movie week on "who wants to be a millionaire." joni gallagher is now at $5,000 with your knowledge of movies. who would have ever thought something you love so much would earn you so much money? >> i know. >> it's about time the movies start paying you back.
>> $5,000. you still have 2 lifelines. >> mm-hmm. >> shall we continue? >> i would love to. >> let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] $7,000. here's your question. directed by akira kurosawa, what is the top-ranked japanese-language film on imdb's top 250 list? >> okay, i've seen some of these but not all of them. but--but i do know of kurosawa, and i'm pretty sure it's "seven samurai." so that's a. that's my final answer. >> the first time you've had to kind of guess, huh? >> yeah, kind of. >> it kind of worked, though.
$7,000. [cheers and applause] [horn blares] that sound means that time is up for today. >> all right. >> you're not gonna be leaving me, though, because you're at $7,000. you still have 2 lifelines. joni is playing great. we'll see how far she can go next time. thanks for watching. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see ya. [dramatic music] closed captioning sponsored by: to truly feel healthy on the outside you have to feel healthy... ...at your core. trubiotics a probiotic from one a day naturally helps support both your digestive and immune health by combining... ... two types of good bacteria.
this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are -- an administrative officer from loveland, colorado... an h.r. consultant from newburyport, massachusetts... and our returning champion, a research scientist from evanston, illinois... whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny, and thank you, ladies and gentlemen. we've had some especially exciting games on "jeopardy!" recently. yesterday, we said goodbye to a champion who left us with over $100,000. today, we welcome ben as our champ, and he's got over 20-some-thousand. jill and suzy, you've got your work cut out for you, but good luck. let's go to work right now in the jeopardy! round.
next... that's followed by literary crossword clues with the letter "p" in quotation marks. you know what that means. we deal with... you have to identify the decade in which the dance was popular. and finally, we have this... disaster city, the facility where the texas a&m engineering extension service, or teex, trains law enforcement and first responders for events from terrorism to train wrecks. and, ben, you go first. literary crossword clues "p" for $200, please. ben. who is puck? good. crossword clues, $400. suzy. who is pintner? no. jill. who is pinter? pinter, not pintner. yes.
ben. what is copper? you are right. uh, go back to crossword clues, $600. ben. what is pentameter? correct. crossword clues, $800. jill. what is "punch"? no. ben or suzy? [ beep ] what is "poetry"? poetry. [ ben groans ] ben. crossword clues, $1,000. [ beep ] not deer slayer but pathfinder. pathfinder. ben, back to you. let's do weird words, $400. jill. what is the stomach? good.
ben. what are saints? saints indeed. uh, weird words, $800. suzy. what is prithee? prithee. that's it. i'll take weird words for $1,000, please. answer -- daily double. [ applause ] you're out of the hole. you have $400. you can risk up to $1,000 should you decide to. i'll make it a true daily double, please. okay, for $800, here's your clue... what is a cuckoo clock? no. what is the solar system? solar system. all right, so you're at zero, which means you're tied with jill. but you tell us which clue gets revealed next. let's go to disney animated supporting characters
ben. what is "cars"? yes. uh, disney for $400. ben. what is "bambi"? that's the film. disney for $600. suzy. what is "toy story"? yes. uh, disney for $800, please. jill. what is "beauty and the beast"? good. uh, disney animated supporting characters for $1,000. jill. what is "cinderella"? right, and with that, you move close to the lead, and you take us to our first commercial break. so relax for a few moments. i know you want to. we'll come back.
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i usually start thinking about foreign, exotic lands. but, suzy law, not in your case. you're closer to home. i am. uh, my favorite place is stuart lake. it's in otter tail county, minnesota. my grandparents were actually married there, and then they bought a cabin, then my parents bought a cabin, my sister has a cabin, my brother has a cabin, and a bunch of nieces and nephews and cousins. and everybody goes up there every summer. okay. good for you. jill panall from massachusetts was proposed to... [ chuckles ] in...a rather strange situation. yeah, um, my husband simon proposed to me in front of an 800-pound pig named big dave. [ laughter ] he had -- why -- why? he had the ring in a box of bagels. we had gone to feed dave some bagels 'cause he's our friend. he's a lovely pig. he lives on a farm near our house. and, uh, he pulled the ring out of the bagel box. and i don't remember, but he claims i jammed it on my own finger and said yes. did the pig also attend the wedding ceremony? he did attend our wedding as -- yes, he was right behind us.
good to know. we get...some weird ones on "jeopardy!" also. [ laughter ] ben yuhas is our champion. he has recently discovered that little babies... [ chuckles ] ...uh, really like you a lot when you do something... when i dance to lady gaga. jill: [ laughs ] okay. my, uh, 9-month-old daughter abigail, uh, when she was probably about, like, 3 or 4 months and having a particularly rough afternoon, i picked her up, started dancing with her, trying to find a good, uh, song that would ease her mood. and we settled on "bad romance," to lady gaga. i played it on repeat for about 10 straight minutes, and it was wonderful, especially when my wife walked in from an errand and saw me dancing to "bad romance." [ laughter ] we get some weird ones. [ laughter ] okay, jill has command of the board. go ahead. i'll take disaster city for $400. answer there... jimmy: search and rescue dogs are adept
about 40,000 of these cells per minute, which dogs detect with their sensitive noses. [ dog pants, barks ] ben. what are skin cells? that's right. let's go to science for $200. jill. what are amphibians? yes. uh, science, $400. ben. what is c? right. science for $600. ben. what are quarks? quarks. you got it. science for $800. suzy. what is methane? methane. right you are. i'll have decades of dance for $200, please. ben. what are the '80s? that's it.
ben. what is the triple point? you are right. disaster city, $200. kelly. at disaster city, first responders learn how to deal with tornado or earthquake debris. if someone is trapped beneath more than can be lifted, use what's around as this simple machine to gain the edge you need. suzy. what is a lever? right. uh, decades of dance for $1,000, please. jill. what are the '50s? yes. uh, decades of dance for $800. suzy. what are the '20s? right. decades of dance for $600, please. suzy. what are the '70s? yes. could i have the decades of dance for $400, please? ben. what are the '90s? correct. disaster city, $600.
when dealing with chemical spills, first responders need to be as quick as possible, so they're trained beforehand in these suits with a portmanteau name. jill. what is a hazmat suit? that's right. [ clears throat ] disaster city, $800. back to kelly. by itself, a downed transformer is dangerous, but branches that touch one can be, too, as they could conduct electricity... [ electricity humming ] ...via sap or water. use rubber gloves that act in this capacity due to their low conductivity. jill. what is an insulator? you are right. or also, stay away from that situation. jill: right? [ laughter ] now the last clue. kelly. law enforcement can secure rooms by stunning suspects with this type of nonlethal grenade. its name is from light that overstimulates the retina and a boom that disorients. [ loud bang ] man: police!
what is a flash grenade? no. ben. what is a flashbang? flashbang. that's right. and with that, you wind up at $6,200. but the ladies are doing very well. jill with $4,400, suzy $2,000. suzy goes first in double jeopardy! when we come back. [ applause ] (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates
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then... and they usually result in a strike out of someone. suzy, where do we start? i would like world facts for $400, please. jill. what is a deutsche mark? that's it. um, i'll take agriculture for $400. suzy. what is acre? acre is right. i'll have world facts for $800, please. ben. what is sinai? no. jill. what is gaza? gaza. yes. world facts, $1,200. jill. who is kosciuszko? good.
[ beep ] those two languages are french and arabic. jill. yeah. uh, can i have it takes 2 for $400? ben. what are orange juice and champagne? yes. you've been flying recently. [ laughter ] uh, hard-throwing pitchers, $400. ben. who is nolan ryan? yes. pitchers, $800. suzy. who is dennis...ezerly? no. [ suzy chuckles ] jill. who is randy johnson? randy johnson. yes.
jill. who is vasco da gama? you're right. uh, 15th century notables, $1,200. suzy. who is vlad? vlad. yes. uh, could i have, uh, it takes 2 for $800, please? ben. what are conservative and labour? you got it. uh, back to hard-throwing pitchers, $1,200. the pitcher most recently named the american league's m.v.p. was this fireballing tiger in 2011. ben. who is verlander? justin verlander. correct. pitchers, $1,600. jill. who are the yankees? yes. [ laughter ]
ben. what is a sinker? that's it. strike out, $400. ben. what is back? the back. strike out from the outback. yes. strike out, $800. ben. what is going? good. strike out, $1,200. jill. what is board? good. uh, strike out, $1,600. ben. what is cast? yes. from outcast. strike out, $2,000. jill. what is flank? good.
ben. who is lorenzo? he is the magnificent. it takes 2, $1,200. suzy. what are columbia and... new york university? no. jill. what are columbia and cornell? those are the two. uh, it takes 2, $1,600. answer there -- daily double. aha! [ ben laughs ] celebrating. yeah! all right. uh... you trail ben by a mere $200. i'm gonna do $2,000. okay, here is the clue in it takes 2... what are azerbaijan and afghanistan? you got 'em both.
do it again. it takes 2, $2,000. jill. uh, what are echidnas and platypus? that's right. uh, world facts, $2,000. jill. what is kyoto? no. ben. what is osaka? osaka, and you are back in the lead. ohh. 20th century notables, $2,000. [ beep ] and the czech was jan hus. less than a minute to go now, ben. agriculture, $800.
[ exhales ] what are canes? no. jill or suzy? [ beep ] what are the stalks? back to you, ben. agriculture, $1,200. answer -- daily double. ah. maybe it'll work to your advantage. [ applause ] agriculture is the subject. $3,000, please. okay, here is the clue... ben? no idea. [ beep ] what is hydroponics? [ beep beep beep ] and with that, you wind up at $12,800. suzy, believe it or not, you are still alive for final jeopardy! here it is. the subject matter -- legendary women. jill: all right. okay. clue in a moment. [ applause ] when my doctor told me i have age-related macular degeneration, amd
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for our final today, we are dealing with legendary women. and our players have to deal with this clue... 30 seconds. good luck. suzy, we come to you first. this wasn't your day. the other two were very quick on those signaling devices. let's see, though, if you came up with the correct response in final. you said the legendary woman was elizabeth i.
and so it's incorrect. it'll cost you $1,400, leaving you with $200. now to our champion, ben yuhas. took him a little while, but he did write something down. he wrote down, "who is guinevere?" that is the correct response. and your wager? $4,000. that takes you to $16,800, gives you a $400 lead. and jill is looking very happy. why? she wrote down the correct response. and i bet you she risked more than $400. oh, yes! [ applause ] what a payday for the lady. $26,400. new champion on "jeopardy!" she gets to play again with us tomorrow. see you then.
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the man found guilty bob leonard faces life in prison with no chance of parole. >> we turn to the dramatic murder for hire playing out in west palm beach, fl. dip lit tote is serving 20 years for allegedly hiring a hit man to kill her husband. >> now she's back in court testifying for the first time what police caught her doing on tape was an act. here's abc's linzie janis. >> dahlia dippolito is facing a retrial for hiring a hit man to kill her husband of six months. >> i was afraid. >> her 2011 guilty verdict was overturned due to a tainted jury pool snee threatened to hurt me and hurt my family. >> you know, he gets two in the head. >> i'm positive. >> she says she was simply acting during this video from a script that dahlia, her then husband michael and former love
acting project they lan planned to post on social media. >> you can post it online so you can get publicity. >> on social media so we can try to get an acting job from it. >> so this is acting? >> yes. >> reporter: but prosecutors say that was no can the and allege she paid an undercover cop posing as a hit man $3,000 to kill her husband, the real act investigators say was her reaction to these south fl police officers telling her this lie. >> i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am, he's been killed. >> no. >> but her lawyer claims the police were setting her up for an appearance on the reality show "cops." whether you like her or not, she's entitled to the same constitutional rights as you and i. this case is about a police department that tossed her under the bus for purposes of getting fame on a cops tv show. >> reporter: linsey davis, abc news, new york.
here's abc's george pennacchio. >> it's a bird's eye view of production as crews continually add more finishing touches to the red carpet. that's what's happening outside the dolby theater. but what's going on inside? this is derek mcclain's fourth year as production designer for the oscars. this year the set design celebrates '70s glam and that takes lots of spark. using more than 200,000 swarovski crystals and all the decorative elements. the glittering stage will be eye popping for audiences both at home and in the dolby theater. >> of course, you want it to feel glamorous for the people in the room. this celebrates their night, their celebration but at the same time so many more people are seeing it on television that we try to be pretty disciplined about really paying attention to what we're seeing on the tv monitors and not with our naked eyes.
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i'm not sure how legal it is to steal someone's campaign logo because it's not affiliated with the campaign. apparently he sold $3,000 worth of pipes. get your $300 from the kid. >> i'm sure bernie sanders is just fine with the support. >> he believes in the contributions from the little folks. apparently burn one for bernie. he has his own slogan. >> apparently stoneware company.com. >> there you go. anywhere you can make money for the campaign i'm sure bernie would be fine with that. so you know tinder if you swipe to the right, then you've had success, you like that person. so they did a survey of the professions that most garner swipes to the right. can you guess what they are for men? >> no. >> pilot. >> pilot. >> you notice that somebody's a pilot. you're more likely to swipe right. other men ones founder entrepreneur, firefighter,
>> oh. this is why you love the tinder. >> number four. the tinder. the tinder. for women, by the way, physical therapist is number one. interior designer. >> okay. >> and founder entrepreneur, as well. >> but not tv personality. >> not tv personality. why is that. >> they're a dime a dozen. >> they're a dime a dozen. >> you won't go near them. >> they're not dateable material. >> oh, man, not even for the night. anyway. >> i like you always give me your tinder update. i enjoy that. i feel i know the tinder now. how about moving on to caring and sharing. apparently some panda bears didn't quite get that. look at this, having a bamboo road snack. the little guy trying to get in on the snack but the big guy sticking his foot up. trying to block him. from getting in. >> gin me some. i want some. >> what goes up. >> no, no, no. going to smack him away. there you go. not at all.
>> this morning on "world news now, >> this morning on "world news now," furious storms, killer tornadoes from the gulf coast to virginia and the snowstorm that canceled hundreds of flights in the midwest. the human toll and today's clean-up. >> speaking out, apple's ceo tim cooke reveals his side of the story as the justice department orders his company to unlock a terrorist locked iphone. it's an abc news exclusive. >> and new this half hour, astronaut scott kelly's record-setting year in space. it's almost over. >> what he loves about the space station. what he misses about earth and the food he cannot wait to eat.
like a queen at britain's version of the grammy awards. her performance and honors in "the skinny" on this thursday, february 25th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> no audio problems as far as we know. >> no audio problems for adele. she was stunning. i was so glad to see her back on the horse again. >> she looked stunning, she sounded great. it was a good thing. we'll get to that, of course, a little bit later. i was looking for my thunder buddy last night. there was a lot of thunder through new york city and up and down the east coast. the eastern two-thirds of the nation facing a major clean-up today after those damaging storms. nearly a foot of wet heavy snow pounded the greater chicago area, forcing nearly 1200 flights to be canceled and with temperatures dropping overnight this morning's commute is likely to be dangerous. >> that same system also produced thunderstorms and
leaving at least four people dead, dozens injured and buildings destroyed. abc's megan hughes begins our coverage. >> reporter: the deadly winter storm system moves north, bringing waves of rain and terrifying twisters. this one captured in north carolina. this time lapse shows the storm moving into charlotte, strong winds toppling trees into homes, cars and power lines there. in virginia, a state of emergency in effect. one suspected tornado shredded homes. >> we didn't know it was a tornado but we knew something was going on that wasn't good. >> reporter: this is the same system that spawned more than 30 tornadoes in the last 24 hours. >> god let us be okay and get through this. >> reporter: first tearing across louisiana, destroying this rv park. in pensacola, florida, an ef-3 tornado packing 155-mile-per-hour winds destroyed homes and apartment buildings. as the front side of this monster system continues
watches an, the backside is creating blizzard conditions. >> we're asking people who don't need to make the trip, don't make the trip today. >> reporter: in parts of illinois and indiana, conditions are nearly whiteout. the snow coming down faster than plows can clear it or homeowners can shovel it. >> i'm trying to get some of it now and some of it later. >> reporter: even with school canceled, some kids couldn't get the day off. >> i'm like yeah, no school. i'm going over to my grandma's house. now i'm out here helping shoveling snow. >> i spent the last 30 years in houston, texas, this is different. >> reporter: megan hughes, abc news, washington. incredible images. checking today's forecast, that winter storm system dumped snow on the eastern great lakes and ohio valleys. heavy rain in new england, the south dries out after the tornado outbreak. mild in the west. >> '30s in minneapolis and detroit, 40s in kansas city and atlanta. 60s in seattle and dallas and 80s in los angeles and phoenix.
the lives of facebook founder mark zuckerberg and jack dorsey, the head of twitter. the 25-minute video is too disturbing to show showing pictures of the two men covered in bullet holes. facebook is responding to remove posts that promote terrorism. reaction coming in now to al ceo tim cooke speaking out in an exclusive interview with abc news. cooke tells david muir that his company has cooperated fully with the fbi on the san bernardino shooting investigation. but cooke says apple won't help the bureau break into the iphone of syed farook. doing so they say would require software that would make hundreds of millions of customers vulnerable. >> the only way we know would be to write a piece of software that we view as sort of the software equivalent of cancer. we think it's bad news to write. we would never write it. we have never written it. and that is what is at stake here. but a senior government official tells us the fbi wants
phone that will only be known to the company itself. and no one else. in his interview, cooke also suggested the government made a mistake in not contacting apple before resetting the i cloyd password that's associated with the phone. >> fbi directed the county to reset the i cloud password. when that is done, the phone will no longer back up to the cloud. and so i wish they would have contacted us earlier so that that would not have been the case. a government official counters that saying whether it was a mistake or not, the fbi would still be asking for access to the phone. that's because the i cloud would not have provided access to all the data on the device. cooke also says he will be addressing the entire matter with president obama and that he's prepared for the case to go all the way to the supreme court apple has till tomorrow to file a legal response to the judge's order to help unlock the phone. the republicans are preparing to face off in houston
tuesday. after winning, nevada, donald trump is now tangling with mitt romney and last night, marco rubio attacked trump by name, accusing him of not taking a strong enough stance on obamacare and the middle east conflict. we get more now from abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: fresh off. running the table in nevada, donald trump sounding like the nomination is already his. >> it's going to be an amazing two months. we might not even need the two months, folks, to be honest, all right? will you come out here, pat? look at him. >> reporter: trump in virginia side by side with evangelist pat robertson. >> man, it's good to have you here with us. >> reporter: so confident, he's now revealing his priorities for a running mate. apparently the outsider candidate wants an insider v.p., someone able to help him cut deals in washington. >> i do want somebody that's political, because i want to get lots of great legislation that we all want passed, that's just sitting there for years and
>> reporter: in nevada, trump scooping up more votes than his two top rivals combined. >> after a whole lot of months on the road, it is good to be home. >> reporter: senator ted cruz, in houston, endorsed by the texas governor and lashing out at trump. >> we are not a people who are impressed by a lot of blustery rhetoric that's not backed up by truth. the time for the clowns and the acrobats and the dancing bears has passed. >> reporter: but right across town, rising rival, senator marco rubio. >> we cannot have a commander in chief that is not ready the first day in office. you can't just say, well, when i get there, i'll hire the smartest people and they're going to tell me what to do. >> reporter: but both senators struggling to compete with the trump show. in a rash interview, the mogul's model wife melania describing what first drew her to the donald. >> his mind. amazing mind. i'm my own person, he's his own person. and i think that's very important. i don't want to change him, he
>> and mitt romney calling for donald trump and the other candidates to release their tax returns. romney says he thinks there's a "bombshell" in trump's tax returns citing no proof, romney says he thinks trump is not as rich as he claims to be or that he's given as much to charity as he says he has. trump called romney a fool and saying he's trying to act like a tough guy. tom llamas, abc news, new york. >> new developments in the battle over the president's supreme court nominee. source is tell abc news president obama is considering a republican. nevada governor brian sandoval to replace the late justice antonin scalia. sandoval is a former federal judge who supports abortion rights. this is seen as an overture to the gop senators who say they'll refuse any hearings on the president's nominee. >> my hope and expectation is that once there is an actual nominee, once this is no longer an abstraction, that those on
recognize that their job is to give this person a hearing. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and senate judiciary chairman chuck grassley both agreed to meet with the president in the coming weeks over the nomination. >> so last week we told you about a patent application from jetmaker airbus for seats with storage underneath. now it's considering wider seats. take a look. this is what current economy class seats in airbus planes look like. now the company has filed a patent for a reconfigurable passenger bench seat. >> they took the park bench. >> pretty much. this is a park bench. look at the little people. it could accommodate not only larger passengers but children, as well. detachable seat belts would be used for everyone. no matter their size. >> is there an inflatable slide that also comes out for the kids? >> kind of seems like a ride. but no more of those extended seat belt things. >> oh, boy.
>> all right. >> he doesn't like that. >> he's applying his filter to that one. a good study here on "world news now" and this one ranks right up there with the greatest take some time and concentrate on this headline. pizza, folks, is addictive. pizza is addictive. yes, that's a finding of a study done at the university of michigan. >> the wolverines who did the research say it's addictive because of what it's made of, doug, sauce, they're both packed with sugar and cheese and an ingredient that acts as an opiate duringdy jegsz jegz. >> cured meats like pepperoni and sausage contain salt which improves the taste. for many, no wonder it's addictive. late phone up big nick's. let's order a pie. >> let's do it. >> let's get on that. >> can you get on it. >> get a phone on the anchor desk. >> we should have a hot line.
to big nick's. >> get some hot line bling but it's just for pizza. coming up in "the skinny," the most memorable movie lines of all time. is your favorite on the list? think about it. also ahead, scott kelly's year in space. what a record-setting astronaut loves about his job and what he misses the most on earth. >> pizza probably. >> and erin andrews from "dancing with the stars" and her emotional day in court. what her father is saying about a stalker in a case getting widespread attention. you're watching "world news now."talker in a case getting widespread attention. you're watching "world news now." (ugh.) does your carpet ever feel rough and dirty? don't avoid it, resolve it. our formula with a special conditioning ingredient, softens your carpet with every use. it's resolve, so you know it cleans and freshens. but it also softens. resolve.
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josh hamilton was shocked when his pants suddenly burst into flames and he ran from the store in a panic. a clerk followed him with a fire extinguisher. he put out the flames. hamilton actually suffered some serious burns on his leg but is expected to be okay. if ever there was a poster board for not smoking, this would be it. man. good to know he's going to be that is frightening. so check him out. that ball band that you saw there, a man police in ohio are calling the row gain bandit. he's accused of stealing the hair growth drug from store shelves across the buckeye state. cops say it's likely he's trying to resell the stolen row gain either online or at flea markets and they don't believe he's using it on himself. obviously it's not working. > was that in the police report? >> yeah, they don't believe he's using it himself. >> oh. >> yeah.
>> on to serious news, a court battle pitting erin andrews against her stalker and marriott hotels turned emotional yesterday in nashville. that's because andrews' father took the stand and breaking down in tears at times, describing how his daughter's life has been devastated. abc's ryan smith with the latest. >> reporter: the pain of his daughter's humiliation was etched on his face. >> she kept screaming i'm on the internet. i'm on the internet. i'm naked. >> erin andrews wiping away tears in court as her father recounted her horror at being filmed through a peephole at a tennessee marriott by michael david barrett who then posted those videos online in 2008. >> i feared for her life. she wouldn't eat. she wouldn't bathe. she wouldn't talk. all she would do is cry. >> feelings she talked about on "good morning america." >> i remember my dad saying to me, you may have a stalker. and i just started saying dad, don't say that word.
2 1/2 years for stalking. andrews now suing him and the owners of that marriott for $75 million. claiming the hotel intentionally placed barrett next door to the tv star. the hotel claims barrett is a criminal who tricked them into gaining access. as for andrews father, he says his daughter hasn't been the same. >> she's a shell of the person she was before this happened. >> reporter: ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> testimony was pretty powerful from the dad, i thought. >> and so many years later. this happened a long time ago. you can still see the emotional toll this is having on aaron -- erin andrews. >> you certainly can. next adele's big night in london as she's crowned queen of the brits. >> i got to ask you, what's your favorite movie line? >> my favorite movie line? >> and can you guess what the top five movie lines are? we're going to tell you coming up.
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success award recognizing her achievement overseas presented to her appropriately enough from the international space station by british astronaut tim peek. >> and congratulations to the incredible adele. she's taken the world by storm and is a true global icon. i really wish i could be there in person to present your award. do rest assured that we're all huge fans up here. so congratulations once again. >> pretty cool. last week's grammy awards pushed adele back to number one on the billboard artist 100 charts. >> next to hollywood and the top 100 movie quotes of all time. >> so last month, the hollywood reporter polled 1600 industry insiders and their top five. >> starting with the wizard of oz. dorothy's iconic line as she stepped into a world bursting in
a feeling we're not in kansas anymore. >> number four from a galaxy far away, star wars, may the force be with you. >> number three from "jaws," you're going to need a bigger boat. >> and number two from casablanca and who doesn't remember this, here's looking at you kid. >> that brings to us number one. the top movie quote of all time is -- >> rhett, if you go, where shall i go? what shall i do? >> frankly my dear, i don't give a damn. >> i thought it was going to be you had me at hello from jerry mcguire. from "gone with the wind" the last words spoken by clark gable to vivian leigh as she clings to the hope she can still win him back. she's still clinging. and not winning. >> next to some big dollars paid for a film that hasn't even been seen yet. >> after shelling out $10 million for "manchester by the sea" at sun darngs amazon has secured north america and
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