Quizzes based on questions always cause perplexity in some viewers due to the complexity of some of their issues: this is what has happened, once again, with the new version of “Who wants to be a millionaire?“, the format presented byJuanra Bonet in Antena 3and that yesterday I had as a participant an acquaintance by the audience:Manu Shoe, Member of ‘the Wolves‘and great cinephile expert who triumphed alongside his team in “Boom!” months ago.
Once the program reached its eleventh question, the following question was launched: how many teeth did Miguel de Cervantes have in the year 1613? Although there will be someone in our country who knows with complete certainty the answer, either by having read it on a wall of curiosities or by being a student of the author of “Don Quixote de la Mancha”, but the truth is that the solution It was not easy, as Manu made clear with his gestures.
In social networks they also made it clear that the program, on this occasion, had erred when asking a question like this, since although it is usual in “Who wants to be a millionaire?” Increasing the difficulty question after question, this peak was, at least, unfair.
The contestant himself showed his anger: “I don’t know if he died in 1614 or 1616, that is, he is close to the date of his death. Let’s see, zero was not going to have, something the man would have in his mouth. Were there dentures? in the Golden Age? ” After much thought, it was quite clear with his decision: “I have come here wanting to play and take risks, but in these conditions no. I have nothing to hold on to. Nothing, I do not see it clearly, I will plant and that’s it. “