Couple lose $800,000 despite giving right answer on Million Dollar Drop after quiz show gaffe | Mail Online: "On the Gawker website, blogger Richard Lawson wrote: 'Apparently Post-It Notes didn't go on sale nationally until 1980, but were market tested in four cities starting in 1977.
'So that means they beat the Walkman, which debuted in 1979.
'The question was not posed as 'sold in stores nationally,' it was simply 'sold in stores.'
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'Now, while the couple's reasoning wasn't exactly sound while making their decision, they did sorta blunder into the right answer.
'Will Fox correct their mistake?
'Probably not. But, the couple should at least know they were right, so that poor man doesn't feel guilty for the rest of his life?'
The issue mirrors a situation on the British version of the show, Million Pound Drop, last month in which a couple lost £325,000 after giving an answer the quiz host said was wrong, but was later proved right."