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TODAY   |  September 20, 2013

‘Million Second Quiz’ winner: I’m going back to work

He may have missed the last question, but 25-year old Andrew Kravis still took home a whopping 2.6 million dollars on the hit game show “Million Second Quiz,” winning the largest cash prize in game show history. But he tells TODAY’s Al Roker that he still plans on going back to work on Monday.

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>> but in the end there could be only one.

>> go for it andrew.

>> let's just say --

>> he's a multimillionaire. the answer is d.

>> well, he may have missed the last question but he still took home $2.6 million. the largest cash game prize in game show history. what is he going to do. we call you mr. now that you got $2.6 million. what are you going to do with that?

>> pay off student loans. i just graduated from law school .

>> yeah.

>> huge debt.

>> and hopefully i can take a trip.

>> now that you can buy your own law firm that has to be pretty nifty. so you're a bright guy. law school . you had trouble with your lsats to begin with.

>> i did. i didn't put in the hard work the first time.

>> now that all of this has happened, what are you going to do? take a break or vacation?

>> no, i'm going right to work on monday.

>> you're going to work on monday.

>> i'm starting a new job.

>> okay. want to tell everybody there that -- don't give him no stuff. andrew, congratulations.

>> thank you.

>> the winner of the million second quiz. time to get special birthday wishes from uncle willie.

>> you say you want to have a good time and meet nice people, forget facebook, watch the birthdays. margaret o'brien. how sweet it is. 101