I mean, had he hit a bankrupt anywhere from that point on, he would have lost even the chance to take it with him.
(Laughs) And then, not that they'll ask a question; they don't really want an answer.When I did the talk show on CBS there was an opening monologue, and I kind of stopped that.I've got to tweet something funny.' And it got to be too much.And I'd also like to leave before people tune in and see me and go, 'What the hell happened to him?I'm in a contract that will take me at least another couple of years.First of all, the people who wrote about it, a lot of them didn't know what they were talking about, like, 'He lost a million dollars.' Well, he didn't lose a million dollars.
That would be kind of nice, leave it in good hands.
A lot was written about the contestant who mispronounced the word curio and supposedly "lost a million dollars." How do you pronounce the word C-U-R-I-O?
That's only happened twice in all the years we've been on.
They're celebrity factories, where you can make new celebrities that you can cover, and they become celebrities, and then you have a reason to have your celebrity show.
And the people you've seen throughout those 25 years, they look pretty normal, because you kind of got used to them getting old.
And then a few years later people said, "Why don't you try it again?