Episode 2 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune


Episode 2

High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are Zoe and her brother Ronnie, who want to take their mum to Vegas.


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Two contestants will throw away 23 envelopes. 50,000! Until they are

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left with just one. Your secret fortune tonight is �100,000!

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Tonight, Zoe and Ronnie are trying to hold on to that �100,000, as

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Hello and welcome to the National Lottery: Secret Fortune with your

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What a wonderful welcome, thank you very much. Welcome to Secret

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Fortune. We have two players faced with 24 envelopes, and they are

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looking for the one that will be their secret fortune. It could be

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anything up to �100,000! It is here, and it is waiting to be won by

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tonight's contestants, Zoe and How you doing, Ronnie? How are you

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doing? The relationship here is... Brother-sister. Where did you grow

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up? We grow up in Stratford in east London. When you came in, I said

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from Edinburgh and from London, so what is going on? I met my wife on

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a stag weekend in Edinburgh. that right? Yes, and before we knew

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it, I was living up here, so it has been a roller-coaster, it has been

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great. You both have families now? We have both got children, so we

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see each other at Christmas. One year we got to Edinburgh, another

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year they come down to Essex, so that our kids know each other.

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guessing that it can only be every now and again. Yeah, the kids are

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all at an age where they count as full flights, so for us to come

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down and go up, it costs about �500 each. I get the feeling that the

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motivation for coming on is to give you the finances to do more stuff

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together. Definitely. All right, but you know already that you're

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going to be winning some money, how much is the question! Your secret

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fortune is sitting in one of these envelopes. Each envelope contains

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Let's take a look at the money, shall we? Let's talk about what you

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would spend it on. If you go home with �100, what happens? Well, it

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is my daughter's 10th birthday, and we decided we wanted to go to

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London to see the sights, so I would put it towards that. I would

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let her have her 10th birthday in London. I would drive my husband

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along to a date night, just have some time, just me and Tim, no

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children, nobody else. We probably would not have a lot to say, but we

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will go with the flow, yeah! �5,000, 2,500 each. I am taking driving

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lessons at the moment, so it would enable me to have some more lessons,

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possibly get a small car, just to get me from A to B. It would change

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my life. You know, immensely. me, I would try to get the kids to

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Euro Disney for a family trip and probably go and see my sister and

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stuff, to travelling like that. Let's talk about �50,000, �25,000

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each. My mum, it is their 60th, and we would love to take my mum to Las

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Vegas, to celebrate her birthday, you know. All the family together,

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a big party in Vegas. She is important to you, obviously. She is

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very important, she has done a great job raising us. We think the

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world of her. Right, each of these envelopes contains one of those

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amounts, placed at random, numbered from one to 24. There they are,

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let's seal all of these away. The next time you see one of these is

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when you bring one back into play. Digital viewers can play on at home,

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just press the rest but now. Good luck. The first thing you need to

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do is choose four envelopes. OK, I shall have number 16 and number

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nine, please. And I will have number one and number 18, please.

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Number 18... Let's see those on the board. Remember, inside each

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envelope is one of those cash amounts. What you have got to do is

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simple but crucial, keep the envelope that contains the most

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The computer has allocated the actor with the most nominations to

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the most amount of money. What do you think? I must admit, I thought

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Geoffrey Rush before it even came up, because he was in The King's

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Speech, he was definitely nominated, I think he won. Nicole Kidman... I

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do not think so, I cannot think... Shall we get rid of Nicole Kidman

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first? Yes. Number one, please. the thing you need to do is clear

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down demands from this side and try to hold on to that side. -- the

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amounts. So tonight your secret That is a cracking start, really,

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really good start, low figure from over this side. Two more envelopes

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to get rid of. Cate Blanchett. Blanchard, please. Envelope nine,

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very decisive between you. That can change! OK, then. Your secret

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fortune tonight will not be... That is a cracking start. Yes.

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envelopes left, one goes through into the final round and one you

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need to throw away. Mel Gibson did the passion of the Christ,

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something like that, but I do not think Mad Max would have been up

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for an Oscar, nor lethal weapon! Why not?! We will get rid of Mel

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Gibson, yeah. Envelope 18. I must say, you are piling through this,

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you seem very together in the where you are thinking about it. Your

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secret fortune tonight will not Well done. Bang, gone, fantastic!

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And you are left with envelope number 16. Now, the question is,

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did you get the top and so? Which of these actors has received the

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While! It is Cate Blanchett. For you at home, this is the correct

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order of four four answers. Now, that is really interesting, because

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that was the �4,000. That is a low one. Well, envelopes 16 could be

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Pick me four more envelopes, please. Number 17 and number 21. Seven and

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What is Tetris? Is that the one that was out first? I think that

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Donkey Kong would be a good shout. We would like to get rid of that

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first. You have a very straightforward reasoning process,

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it is almost like one mind working! Sometimes. A Your secret fortune

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Good, still good. You have just got to try and think of the graphics

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that were involved in the game, because that will tell you how

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advanced... So Space Invaders, that was pretty bog-standard. I would

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say that Pac Man was probably later. Yes, the colours... Get rid of Pac

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Man? Thank you very much. You are saying Pac Man, 21. Your secret

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I definitely think Tetris was released first, so I would go for

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Space Invaders. Envelopes seven, thank you very much. You seem to

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have thought your way through this. Let's hope so! Your secret fortune

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Still some big ones there, so still some big ones. You are exactly

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right, it is a shame �100,000 has gone, but he will not be

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disappointed with 75! Quite happy with that, yeah! Envelope 17,

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normally at this stage, Ice Age show was the top and sec, but we

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now know what the top answer is. -- I show as the top answer. This is

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the correct order of four four answers. So it leaves you... Anyway,

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envelope 17 could be your secret fortune tonight. Let's Pick four

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more envelopes and get on with the next question. I would like number

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three, please, and number 15. I think quaver is for ours.

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thought that was a crisp. Semibreve, ad that is half a note, because of

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semi-detached, that is next to one house! Minim, that would be

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minimum! I am dreading to see why Minim would be a low one.

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shortest? Shall we take out minim? Envelope three. On the basis that

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it sounds more, like minimum or something like that. It kind of

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makes sense, doesn't it? I hope so! Your secret fortune tonight will

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not be... �16,000. That is all A semi- is normally four. Like a

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semi-final, it is four. Do you know what I mean? Should we take

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crotchet? Yes, we will get rid of crotchet, please. One of an open

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and a 15, Crockett. Let's find out if you're right. -- envelope 15,

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Right side. So, one to throw away, which is it going to be? It could

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be one note, to note, three notes, for notes. Do you want to take

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quaver out? Do yes. On the low 23 goes. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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The well, well, well. Another low- scoring round, wasn't it? Leaving

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you with envelope 24. A semi- briefer. Which of these musical

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For you at home, here is the correct order over all the four

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answers. So, what is in his envelope? Do something nice.

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Something higher than 16 would be great. It could be your Secret

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Fortune tonight. OK, let's have four more numbers, please. OK, my

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mum's birthday, 19. And number 12. I will take number five and Number

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Computer, please allocate the on the ropes. -- envelopes. I don't

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know who Graham Chapman is. I know Michael Palin and John Cleese.

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Shall we take out Graham Chapman because we don't know who years?

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would be happy with that. Envelope five. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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I think Eric Idle or Michael Palin. You think that's the answer? So we

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will take John Cleese out? Thank you. Your Secret Fortune tonight

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It's not the worst thing in the world. There is still bigger

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numbers than that. You are absolutely right. I think we should

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take out Eric Idle. Trust me. going to trust my sister. Eric Idle.

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Envelope a number 19. Have you always trusted your sister?

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until this point, yes. Your Secret �30,000. If Michael Palin is the

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top answer, this will work out well. There are bigger figures up there

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and maybe you are still ride, so let's take the envelope which is

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left. Envelope 12 and ask the For you at home, she is the correct

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order of all four answers. So what is in this envelope? Something nice.

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Something over 30,000 would be great. It's my lucky number now.

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Envelope 12 could be your Secret Fortune tonight. Let's choose

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another four on the ropes and play your first question. OK, No. 14,

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please. And number six. No. 2, and, Do you ever watch American

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football? Only recently. Right, let's have a look at the answers

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What do you think? The dolphins are in Miami. Chicago Bears. Washington

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Redskins. I definitely think get rid of the Washington Redskins.

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I will go with you. Washington Redskins, because that is the

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furthest west. OK, envelope 13. -- Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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�25,000. OK. No worries. Number 14 goals in their being. I think

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Chicago, is that on the East Side of New York? Chicago is cold. It

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snows. The dolphins are at the very bottom. Get rid of the dolphins,

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Your Secret Fortune tonight will Ride, the Chicago Bears are in the

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east. But I don't know what the Broncos are. New Orleans? It's a

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tough one, isn't it? This is frightening. It could be a really

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big amount. Broncos? Yes. Take the Broncos out, please. Envelope six.

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I could probably tell you where the Broncos are now. Have you heard of

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the Denver Broncos? Denver is hot. So hopefully, come down. Your

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Secret Fortune tonight will not The question is whether this is the

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top on set. Computer, which of those American football teams are

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Washington. So, if you at home want to know, this is the correct order.

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Envelope 13, no real way of knowing what is in this one. I assure you,

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you will find out before the end of the show. Envelope 13 could be your

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Secret Fortune tonight. There are only four numbers left so let's get

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them into play. No. 4, number eight, number 20 and number 22. Let's

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Do you play Scrabble? Badly. Yet. Let's take a look at the words and

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see if it helps out. Computer Copley's allocate the envelopes and

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therefore, the amounts to the answers -- computer. I think we can

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do this. We can do this. Orange has got three. Orange is worth seven.

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I'm sure. OK. Peach. Four for the letter H. The letter C, 3.

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wealth. Orange is definitely a low one. Get rid of Orange, please. We

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will take that away from the Your Secret Fortune tonight will

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�500, for that the minimum you can now go home with is now �1,000. So,

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back to their board. K is definitely worth five. I think w is

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worth five as well. So that his 12 of. His other letter H COWE four? I

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Apple would be less than Peach, anyway. We will take out apples.

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Apple is going, is it? Your Secret Envelope for. Right, let's just

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think. The letter W is four. Let's take out Kiwi. That would be 11.

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Yes, we will take out Kiwi. 20. Do you like Kiwis? I will do if this

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is right! Your secret for Tim -- You're so good fortune tonight

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will not be �14,000. -- Secret Peach is right, we have done all

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right. A bit of encouragement from the audience. They are trying to

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keep your spirits up but the interesting thing is... We are

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still quite confident on that one. We will find out which of these

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words is a work of the most in at Scrabble. Is it peach? -- worth of

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For you at home, here is the correct order of the answers. By

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the way, what is left? 50 or 75, amazing. OK, envelope eight could

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be your Secret Fortune tonight. What an interesting place we find

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ourselves in at this stage. You started with 24 envelopes. �3,000,

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�9,000, �20,000, �50,000 and some were in front of you is an envelope

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containing �75,000. One of those amounts will be your Secret Fortune

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tonight. Are you happy? Yes. you going home with a lot of cash?

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Yes. Have you got your ticket ready? It's time to go to Lottery

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HQ for the draw. See you in a APPLAUSE Thanks, Nick. We're live

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at Lottery HQ with OJ Borg. Thanks, Alan. Good evening. Zoe and Ronnie

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are playing well, aren't they? Will they be leaving in style with

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�75,000 or on the bus with �1,000? We'll find out soon enough. But

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first, fancy getting your hands on a cash prize? You do? Well, you've

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come to the right place because in a couple of minutes we'll bring you

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the Thunderball and Lotto Rollover draws. Also, coming up is the

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chance to see how National Lottery funding is benefiting 100 metre

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relay sprinter Danny Talbot in the last of our run of Olympic athlete

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films. This one is brilliant. But first

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here's your chance to win half a Master Matt, make those machines

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move! We are not messing about tonight. Our draw team tonight is

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adjudicator Alex Taylor. Excalibur and set of balls number two were

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selected earlier on today. Last night, over 84,000 tickets won a

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prize. Congratulations if you were one of those lucky winners. Good

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 65 seconds

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Every single ticket is still in Back to Secret Fortune now, join us

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in a couple of minutes for the Welcome back du Secret Fortune. Zoe

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and Ronnie have six envelopes in front of them, containing �1,000,

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�3,000, �9,000, �20,000, �50,000.75 �1,000 is somewhere in front of you

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Zoe and Ronnie, how will you answer the next five questions will

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determine whether you walk away with �1,000 or �75,000. Any ideas

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where the money is? 8 and 12 are the ones that stick out in my head.

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We are going to cover over those envelopes and give them a shovel.

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There they go. Now you have no idea which envelope which is attached to

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which answer. You have worked really hard to keep these, but over

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the next five questions you are going to throw away five, until you

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are left with the one that will be you'll see good fortune. -- your

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Remember, from here on in, you can only throw away one envelope the

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question, and the answer you give will be the envelope I throw in the

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If you give me the food from the country with the biggest population,

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I think France would be one of the smallest, or Italy. Shall we go for

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France? I am trying to think I have read that Paris has got quite a

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high population. Do you want to go for Italy, then? Let's Go Italy.

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Italy. Which one are we choosing? Bruschetta. OK, remind a week which

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numbers we don't want to come up at this stage. 8 and 12. That is where

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you think the big money is. Computer, which envelope is

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Has any envelope 13, I will read out the amount and then we will

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throw it in the bin. Your secret Let's take a look at the correct

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order. Teriyaki, Japan, you were right to steer away from that.

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Schnitzel is actually Austria, that is what you were looking for. Ready

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for another question? Yes, please. Which of these iconic music videos

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I know this one! You can call me Al has got two in. Does somebody not

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walk on? It is Chevy Chase, then Paul Simon walks on and sits down

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on a chair. Yes. Yes. So your answer is... You can call me Al.

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have to ask you again, which envelopes are we trying to avoid?

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and 12. Computer, which envelope is 17! Happy with that? Really happy,

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yes. You need to pass any envelope number 17. �1,000 there. You think?

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Hoping, praying! Your secret fortune tonight will not be...

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Well, you said it! You called it! Let's see the correct order, there

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it is, right down the bottom, two people, exactly as you said, you

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were confident, you have cleared out the �1,000. Ready for the next

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24, I think there has probably been seven series. The Wire is new. Mum

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watches the Wire. The worst thing, was that Martin Sheen? The Sopranos,

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quite a few. I definitely think the Wire, honestly, because I think it

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is only two or three series, something like that. I don't watch

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none of them! You are saying? Wire, please. Very good. Which

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envelopes don't you want to see? and 12. Which envelope is attached

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Envelopes 16 was when? First round. What was strange about the first

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round? It was a low, low round, I hope is 3,000, please, Nick! Yes

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please! Your secret fortune tonight Thank you! You have got to wait

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until the end of the show, but you know what? That is amazing! Because

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that is the whole left-hand side gone. Let's take a look at the

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Let's clear that away. I want to have a look at this money again,

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because it is just genius. �20,000, �10,000 each. We are going to

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Vegas! We are taking mam to Vegas. For her 60th. It looks like

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something you have really wanted to. Yes. Yes, don't, because I'm going

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Right, the Millennium Stadium is Cardiff. I know, I have been there.

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That is a huge capacity. The Stade de France, that as the running

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track, which they turn over to create seats, I think. I think it

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might be Twickenham. I think it might be Twickenham, also.

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Twickenham. Twickenham... I really, really want you to win big. And we

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also want you to win big, too. We are going to take a break, it is

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your lucky moment Bass, we are going over to Lottery HQ for the

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Welcome back, classic Nick, keeping us hanging on! Now, it is less than

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two weeks until the start of the Olympics, very exciting, and we

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have some met some truly inspiring athletes who are hoping to make

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their mark on the gains thanks in no small way to the funding they

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have received from National Lottery players. You have helped nine out

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of the 10 athletes competing at the Olympic Games. That is an

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impressive figure, isn't it? Tonight, Danny Talbot, a sprinter

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who is part of the men's relay I started training properly when I

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was about 14, 15. I first heard about the Olympics being in London

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in 2005, when one of my schoolmates said to me, you could be there. I

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did not really think too much of it. So too have the opportunity to go

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to the Games is fantastic at 21, I can use this experience now for

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future Olympics. More recently, at the beginning of this season, I got

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put on to the World Class Performance Programme, which meant

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that I had even more financial help. I think the only way you can become

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a world-class athlete is if it is all you do. For me, the help from

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the lottery has meant that I can improve my talent that I have asked

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just be able to work hard and focus purely on becoming the best in the

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world. It is definitely a special feeling, representing Great Britain,

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just putting on the kit is fantastic. I was fortunate to go to

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the European championships this year and win a medal in my first

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senior championships. I was able to stand on the podium and what the

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flag, in the air, just knowing that you have run as hard as you can,

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given as much effort to represent your country is fantastic. I always

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take a deep breath in, when the gun goes, just sprint as hard as you

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can, reaction is a natural thing. I run at around 22 or 23 mph, but

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merely in spending the harder you try, the slower you go. Hopefully

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you can just get the job done. You never know, relays are

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unpredictable, you have got to try and execute every part of the race

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We are ranked 4th in the world in relay, so we are very close to

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My name is Danny Talbot, and with your help I can become the Olympic

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Congratulations to Danny, who was running today at the London Grand

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Prix, and he ran the 200 metres in his fastest time this season, he

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has been close to your personal bests, Alan! He looks better in

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that outfit, though. If you missed last week's film, you can catch it

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online, follow the lines. That was the last of our athlete profiles,

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but in the run-up to the Paralympics, we will focus on the

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Paralympic athletes, so look out for them. Now it is time for the

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main event, grab your numbers, here Alan, tell us how much is in the

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jackpot tonight. I have been in touch with the number crunchers,

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and they tell me it is an estimated �6.4 million. Take it away. Release

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those big-money balls, please, Matt! Beckett to Vince from Reading,

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we are using Guinevere and set of balls number of four. One very

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lucky ticket-holder did scoop over 673 Grand by matching five and the

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bonus, many congratulations. There were 225,000 other winners. Only

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one man in a room matters right now, that is Matt, are we ready? Yes, we

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 65 seconds

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That is just about all from us, Alan will bring you the results of

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Lotto Plus 5 at the end of the show. Myleene Klass will be here for the

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midweek draw, joined her, then Matt Johnson will be back on Friday for

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EuroMillions. Jenni Falconer is here during Secret Fortune. From me,

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Welcome back. I hope you were lucky. You join us with Ronnie and Zoe

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playing the most extraordinary game and they have just given me the

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answer, Twickenham, and you have a good idea where the big money is.

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and 12. You would like envelope 24 to appear now, yes? Yes. Which

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envelope is attached to the answer It is number 12. Pass and the

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envelope number 12. I never thought I'd see the day when I'm hoping you

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will throw away �20,000 of my money. I know what you mean. Your Secret

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Fortune tonight will not be... �75,000. That is the tough. I'm

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afraid that goes into the bin. Let's take a look at the answers in

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the correct orders and see what is going on. The Millennium Stadium is

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the smallest. It's a shame to see that go. Let's clear that a wave.

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It is out of the way. Think about the money which is there, not the

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money which has gone. Are you ready for the last question of? Yes,

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I'm hoping Edel is up there. Let's see the two answers. Remember, the

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computer has allocated the answer to the smallest amount of money.

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Give me the correct answer and the �20,000 is what we throw away.

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was her year, so I think he would have been nominated for the fewest.

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I don't know. I need to think it through. It is worth so much money.

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It is worth so much money. What are the categories? Best female, Best

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Male, best album, best song, Best Newcomer. If he did win the Best

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Male, he would be nominated for the best song, the best album, best

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newcomer. That's four. She would be best album, best song, she will not

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be the newcomer. She would be female. That's three. Let's go for

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it. You want to? The fewest a Brit You have answered. That is the one

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we get to throw away. We want 24 to come up. You don't want an

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24. How sure are you? We have not been wrong so far. You have not

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been wrong so far. You have chosen to throw away envelope 24. This is

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the one we are throwing away. Envelope eight is your Secret

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Fortune tonight. Will you pick it Envelope 24 does not really matter

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any more, is it? What is really important is what is in envelopes

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eight. Pass it to me. Your Secret Thank you so much! Thank you so

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much! As always, inside every envelope we open it is a cheque for

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He had four nominations whereas she had three. We need to open envelope

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24. There is �20,000, bar one you managed to dodge. Ronnie and Zoe

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are leaving with �50,000. Join us again next week when more people

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will be discovering the Secret Fortune. Good night!

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Lovely stuff! �50,000 and a few tears of joy too. Huge

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High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are Zoe and her brother Ronnie. They could walk away with as little as £100 or as much as £100,000. Can they win enough to take their much-loved mum to Vegas? Includes the National Lottery Saturday draws presented by OJ Borg, with Lotto and Thunderball.


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