Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (unaired American segments of game show; 1999)
A lot of game shows have missing episodes and unaired episodes and although Who Wants to be a Millionaire? has no missing episodes (most likely) there are a few segments of the show that never aired. Particularly, contestants who were discovered to have a flawed question (Tim Shields, Pete Booker, and Lori Bailey) don't ever have their return segment air. (With the exception of David Honea and Ed Toutant, however, if Ed didn't win the top prize, his return segment would probably not have aired) However, there is actually one full game that didn't air at all. The contestant was Brad Bianucci, who was actually the last contestant in the November 1999 run and played after Neil Larrimore and won $125,000. It was said his game didn't air due to time constraints. The episode aired on November 24, 1999.
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- A news article about the firing. Retrieved 12 Jun '16
- An article about the person who lost his job when winning the game show and the show that he was apart of never getting aired. Retrieved 12 Jun '16