WWTBAM's fourth player, David Honea, was the most famous contestant in the August primetime series; he was the third most famous behind Doug van Gundy and Michael Shutterly. He got up to $32k, using all three lifelines on the $32,000 question, and answered the $64,000 question "incorrectly". The word, "incorrectly", was placed in quotation marks in the previous sentence because of one reason; David answered the question correctly in a legitimate way, but the producers had a different "right" answer. After David's original run, he was given a cheque for $32,000, and told the producers about his answer backstage. They were wrong and David was legitimately right, so Regis gave David a cheque for $64,000 before the credits started, but took it away from him in a way of Chris Tarrant's quote, "But, we don't wanna give you that!" He told David that on the last night of the August primetime series, he will be allowed in the Hot Seat to attempt to answer 4 more questions to win a million with no lifelines left, as he used them on the $32,000 question. That night, David got to $125,000, was asked a $250,000 question, and walked with $125,000. That was a great finale to the 2-week series in August of 1999. Here are the two runthroughs of David Honea up to the $250,000 question, where he took the money and went.

Fastest Finger First Question Edit

Fastest Finger First
Arrange these famous entrepreneurs in order of their birth, from the oldest to youngest.
• A: Donald Trump • B: Bill Gates
• C: Ted Turner • D: Lee Iacocca

Out of the 10 contestants in the FFF row, 6 entered the correct order, D-C-A-B, but who was the fastest? David Honea (4.90 seconds)!

David's Run to the Million Edit

$100 (1 of 15) - Not Timed
What is the name for the calm area at the center of a hurricane?
• A: Ear • B: Mouth
• C: Eye • D: Small Intestine

$200 (2 of 15) - Not Timed
Which of the following dance styles originated in the 1920s?
• A: The Charleston • B: The Twist
• C: The Jitterbug • D: The Minuet

$300 (3 of 15) - Not Timed
What city was the setting for the classic TV show "Cheers"?
• A: New York City • B: Philadelphia
• C: Boston • D: Baltimore

$500 (4 of 15) - Not Timed
According to legend, Cleopatra was fatally bitten by what creature?
• A: A tarantula • B: An asp
• C: A lion • D: Marc Antony

$1,000 (5 of 15) - Not Timed
To whom is singer Barbara Streisand currently married?
• A: Elliot Gould • B: Jon Peters
• C: Andre Agassi • D: James Brolin

$2,000 (6 of 15) - Not Timed
Kerri Strug earned a team Olympic gold medal in 1996 despite injuring her ankle in what event?
• A: Balance Beam • B: Floor Exercise
• C: Vault • D: Uneven Bars

$4,000 (7 of 15) - Not Timed
Which of the following toy companies makes the Barbie doll?
• A: Hasbro • B: Milton Bradley
• C: Mattel • D: Parker Brothers

$8,000 (8 of 15) - Not Timed
Who was the lead singer of the Commodores?
• A: Lionel Richie • B: Lou Rawls
• C: David Ruffin • D: Barry White

$16,000 (9 of 15) - Not Timed
Katherine Graham is the former publisher of what daily newspaper?
• A: New York Times • B: Los Angeles Times
• C: USA Today • D: Washington Post

$32,000 (10 of 15) - Not Timed
What's the term for a wicker basket used to carry a newly caught fish?
'50:50', 'Ask the Audience' and 'Phone a Friend' lifelines used
• A: Creel - 66% • B: Purse - 0%
• C: Straw Box - 2% • D: Hip Box - 32%
After using 50:50 and Ask the Audience, David used his Phone a Friend lifeline to call his father-in-law, Ed. During the 30-second conversation, Ed took a guess at D: Hip Box, not knowing what a creel was. With all lifelines used, David said "Final Answer, A," and got the question right for $32,000.

$64,000 (11 of 15) - Not Timed
Which of the following Great Lakes is the largest in area?
• A: Lake Huron • B: Lake Michigan
• C: Lake Ontario • D: Lake Erie
David went with A: Lake Huron, which was the legitimate right answer, but the producers thought it was B: Lake Michigan, so that was what the computer flashed on the screen. The problem was that the question was asking for largest in area, which was Lake Huron; Lake Michigan is largest in volume.

On the last night of the August series of the primetime Millionaire, David was automatically won $64,000 for his answer, and played for $125,000.

$125,000 (12 of 15) - Not Timed
Which was the last horse to win the Triple Crown?
• A: Affrimed • B: Seattle Slew
• C: Secretariat • D: Citation

$250,000 (13 of 15) - Not Timed
Approximately how much saliva does the average human adult produce each day?
• A: Half-Pint • B: Pint
• C: Gallon • D: Quart
David eliminated Half-Pint and Gallon through process of elimination, leaving Pint and Quart in decision. He had no idea, whatsoever, and he walked with $125,000. Had he gone for the $250,000 question, he would've said D: Quart. The answer was D: Quart! David could've won $250,000! But, $125,000 wasn't a bad amount for David.

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