You've guessed all the letters in the words, and now all that's left to do is to read the phrase out and you've bagged yourself $1m. Sound simple? It should have been..
Alas for Indiana University student Julian Batt, it wasn't so. He fell at the last hurdle when asked to read out the words: 'Mythological Hero Achilles', instead pronouncing Achilles 'A-chill-us'.
To which the presenter replied he couldn't give Batt the win and handed it over to Batt's rival contestant, who correctly pronounced Achilles.
Not only that, the freshman was in line to win a car, but instead of guessing the M and the N in the person category phrase: "The World's Fastest Man", he wrongly guessed a C.
Again, oh dear.
Batt told Indiana University he had always wanted to be on the show, and had "watched it as long as I can remember".
"I have always had that desire to be on the show and solve puzzles in front of a live audience.
"It was so exciting and energy-filled to be standing on the contestant platform, knowing that it would be over before I knew it," he said. "Regardless of whatever is aired on TV, I am glad I did it. I wouldn't trade it for the world. It was an experience I will never forget."
We're pretty sure we won't be forgetting it anytime soon either.Suggest a correction