FLINT, Michigan -- University of Michigan-Flint student Chad Mosher sailed through his appearance on CBS' "Million Dollar Password."
He made the game look easy in the early rounds. Even Julie Chen of "Big Brother" could be seen saying, "wow," while watching Mosher fire off answers.
When playing for $1 million, Mosher cleared the first two rounds in a dramatic face off with Phil Keoghan of "The Amazing Race." The star collapsed to the floor after finishing the round that guaranteed Mosher $25,000 with just a moment to spare.
Mosher won the $50,000 amount easily, then put it on the line to play for $100,000 after getting some encouragement from the audience.
Mosher ultimately struggled with the word "sheets" when trying for $100,000. His clues included blanket and thin, but Keoghan couldn't come up with the answer.
Still, Mosher walked away with $25,000.
Mosher, a 2008 Kearsley graduate, is studying communications at UM-Flint, At the beginning of the show, Mosher said he'd like to win money to pay off his student loans.
In the end, Mosher won some cash and maybe some work experience: A lifelong game show aficionado, the teen told host Regis Philbin that he'd like to be a game show host himself someday.