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Brennan Mulligan, from Hells Kitchen, NY, was a contestant who appeared on the 14th season of the U.S. version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? on November 25 & 26, 2015 and won $50,000 after he answered the $100,000 question wrong.

Brennan's Run

$500 (1 of 14 - Not Timed)
Once used to refer to the inspection of race horses by animal doctors, what term describes the background checks political candidates undergo?
• A: Vetting • B: Dentisting
• C: Podiatristing • D: Otolaryngologisting

$1,000 (2 of 14 - Not Timed)
Owning brands such as Ray-Ban and Oakley, the massive Luxottica corporation has come under fire for using its near-monopoly to keep prices high on what?
• A: Handbags • B: Glasses
• C: Sports cars • D: Exotic pets
$2,000 (3 of 14 - Not Timed)
Though it sounds like a little kid’s pronunciation, which of these was once an accepted way of spelling a certain Shakespeare comedy?
• A: Fiff Night • B: Ninfe Night
• C: Twelfe Night • D: "This many” Nights
$3,000 (4 of 14 - Not Timed)
According to Caroll Spinney, what beloved character was invited on the 1986 Challenger mission, but didn’t go because the costume was too large?
• A: Big Bird • B: Ronald McDonald
• C: Tinky-Winky • D: Winnie-the-Pooh
$5,000 (5 of 14 - Not Timed)
Made for those who like their drinks both cold and spicy hot, Rogue Ales recently used what beer, brewed with a popular Thai chili sauce?
• A: Cholula Hot Porter • B: Tapatio Hot Hefeweizen
• C: Tabasco Hot Pilsner • D: Sriracha Hot Stout
$7,000 (6 of 14 - Not Timed)
A doctor would likely say you’ve got a mild case of obdormition followed by paraesthesia if you visited him with complaints about your what?
"50:50" and "Ask the Audience" lifelines used
• A: Eye that keeps twitching • B: Shoulder that throbs painfully
• C: Leg that falls asleep • D: Stomach that growls loudly
Ask the Audience Results: A: 0% • B: 26% • C: 74% • D: 0%
$10,000 (7 of 14 - Not Timed)
Adopting its subject’s alias for its title, the 2014 Oscar-winning documentary “Citizenfour” is about what controversial person?
• A: Glenn Back • B: Donald Rumsfeld
• C: David Miscavige • D: Edward Snowden
$20,000 (8 of 14 - Not Timed)
What two cities, which have both held the Games since, were set to host the 1940 and ’44 Summer Olympics until they were canceled due to the war?
• A: Paris and New York City • B: Tokyo and London
• C: Moscow and Toronto • D: Buenos Aires and Barcelona
$30,000 (9 of 14 - Not Timed)
According to the United States Census Bureau, after English, the language most commonly spoken in Hawaii is what?
• A: French • B: Tagalog
• C: Yupik • D: Korean
$50,000 (10 of 14 - Not Timed)
Among its many responsibilities, the FDA is charged with “assuring the safety, efficacy and security” of all but which of the following?
• A: Child safety seats • B: Cosmetics
• C: Vaccines • D: Medical devices
The klaxon called time, so he will return tomorrow with one more lifeline intact.
$100,000 (11 of 14 - Not Timed)
Which of the following is the ONLY pair of people who were ever both alive at the same time?
"Plus One" lifeline used.
• A: Charlie Chaplin & Pharrell Williams • B: John F. Kennedy & J.K. Rowling
• C: Pablo Picasso & James Franco • D: Johnny Carson & Honey Boo Boo
Brennan does not know the answer, but he used his Plus One and his godfather knows the Chaplin died in the mid 1970s, Kennedy died in 1963, Picasso died in the early 1970s and Carson died in the late 1990s. He answered B: John F. Kennedy & J.K. Rowling, the answer was A: Charlie Chaplin & Pharrell Williams

Total Winnings: $50,000