Will Oliver scold the ear?
WWM: FC Bayern strategists fail at football
by Nina Jerzy
03/21/2022 10:26 pm
Oliver Kahn’s employee is not feeling well. That “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” I was the only candidate. The question of football is screwed. Jauch, on the other hand, is a bit enchanted: “Finally a woman who…”
Also “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” provokes depreciation of profit. Six-digit sums are currently the exception for Günther Jauch, with even 32,000 euros often at sentiment highs. That too on Monday was not enough. The overhang candidate from Sulz am Neckar, Syeda Akin, lets a clown out of sheer despair. Doctor’s assistant Meike Frenzel was really pleased with her four-figure victory (“To me, 8,000 euros is a lot of money”). And FC Bayern Munich’s Annabelle Glatt made a comeback after a drop-out at the start of the show. However, the question of selection was about football. So the employee of club boss Oliver Kahn had a bad foreboding: “I can hear something now.”
In the first selection question, potential candidates must assign their cities to football clubs such as Armenia or Union. All applicants were found – with the exception of the employee of FC Bayern Munich. “Of course, it was only because of the enthusiasm and speed,” Glatt said, justifying the dropout. The 29-year-old worked for the record champion in the human resources department. “Did you send Sule to Dortmund?” Jauch asked, blinking. “No, I push it on others. I am only responsible for the employees,” said the candidate. When the show was recorded, she was about to make a career leap and move to the strategy department of a First Division club in a matter of days. “Oli is to blame,” said Joch, looking at the CEO. “Yeah, he’s basically my boss,” said the candidate happily.
Since his father loves fishing, Glatt was able to please Jauch. “Finally a woman who knows how to fish. Women get so bored,” said the moderator. Because by choice the Munich resident, who hails from Wolfsburg, knew that spinners were sometimes used when hunting fish. For this Glatt needed his first joker for the 2000 euro question. “What can be replaced with umlaut dots in contrast?” The question was The choices were: praise, reverence, respect, recognition (correct answer: “contempt”). Glatt pulled the candidate Joker because he felt he had to make an umlaut out of every tone. “It’s not Turkey: praise,” Jauch clarified.
Who will be the Telephone Joker from FC Bayern?
Glatt wanted to save the Telephone Joker until the end. She’ll probably pull it off in the next episode when she comes back with the 16,000 euro question. Then WWM viewers would also find out that they were able to convince FC Bayern to make themselves available as an assistant. In the end, only one colleague agreed to do so, Glatt reported. Jauch has his own experience with anxious footballers. The host revealed that it took years for the special edition with the national players to come out. In the next episode, Glatt also recounts what he experienced at his employer’s last Christmas party. Parties are notoriously infamous because sometimes there’s “a lot going on here in terms of club and family,” Joch said.
For the sake of his daughter, the overhang candidate Akin played it safe. So much so that she was left out of the question for €32,000 without consulting her phone clown. “I’ll just call and say: Guys, I’m out,” said Sulz M Neckar’s junior account manager. Jauch still called in for fun and lo and behold: Telephone Joker could have told Akin how correctly the surnames of singer Mariah Carey and actor Jim Carrey were spelled.
WWM. On “Turkish Evening”
It was also 16,000 euros for the next candidate, Kem Arslan (“Turkish evening today”, Jauch noted). A teacher working in a Hamburg primary school had already burned half of his clowns after the 8,000 euro question. The rest went on to the next round. “Mr. Jauch, it was easy in the training camp. I marched from there, marched,” the candidate insisted. These earlier victories cooled the moderator: “How many ‘millionaires’ do I have from the Internet – and then in 200 euros …”
In the end, the 50:50 joker helped Arslan realize that the ratio of postal votes in the 2021 federal election was about 47.3, not just 7.3 percent. Although he isn’t exactly excited about Olaf Scholz, the former mayor of Hamburg as federal chancellor, he has fond memories of his predecessor. Hansit is a freelance rap coach. When Angela Merkel was visiting a hip-hop dance school, she met the chancellor at the time and immediately helped him. “She wanted me to know what hip-hop really was, and I was allowed to explain it to the most powerful woman in the world at the time,” Arslan said.
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