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Tuesday, November 14, 2000
History IQ: Champion Lewis became the fourth $25,000 winner in the show's history and the first to win the top prize without ever using a "hot button."
In Timeline IQ, Lewis calmly aligned 10 straight events between 1960 and 1969, including Kennedy's assassination (1963), Johnson signs Medicare (1965) and Israel and Arabs at war (1967).
When asked why he didn't use any hot buttons to check his progress, Lewis responded: "I knew the answers."
Hollywood Squares: Daniel Sullivan is an off-Broadway actor and a magician. He worked enough magic to win Wednesday's "Toast to Broadway" match.
He won $3,000 in the match, then disagreed with Bebe Neuwirth's answer of "Guys and Dolls" as the only of three choices to have won an Oscar, Grammy and Tony. Correct answer: "The Lion King."
&nbps; Sullivan's bonus of $15,000 gave him a final all-cash total of $18,000. Question of the day: what kind of black shoe polish is John Ritter using on his hair and beard?
Supermarket Sweep: Jim and Paige could not find the Swanson canned broth during Wednesday's Supersweep and had to settle for one $200 bonus.
The twosome ended with a day's total of $1,297 after a $1,097 winning Sweep.
Randy West Lines of the Day: 1. "Jim's going for those Match Light briquets. I'd say he's burning up this aisle." 2. "Check out these five brooms in Jim's cart. I guess he wants to sweep away the competition."
Wheel of Fortune: Thanks to news interruptions, we did not nail Darren's last name but Wednesday's champion could not nail his bonus puzzle.
After a hefty regular match, Darren could not identify GLASGOW in the finale.
He missed out on a Lexus but don't shed any tears for him. He took home $32,350.
To Tell the Truth: Waltons creator Earl Hamner Jr. and his imposters managed to fool enough of the panel and audience for a $3,000 victory Wednesday.
Hamner was also the rarely-seen narrator of stories based on his childhood in Virginia on the 1972-81 CBS series.
Other central characters (and team winnings): pocket protector inventor Gerston Spassberg, $3,000; grizzly bear chiropractor Kyle Goltz, $4,000; and naked businessman (this show's cliche) Eric Shutoff, $2,000.
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