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We're Not Worthy - March 15

Last time, Susan Gargiulo played it out to $25,000, while Philip Schraeder ended up with $175,000.

Time for a new student, a realtor from McGregor Elementary from Rochester, MI, SAM TRAYLOR. Sammy gives the class a "we're not worthy", while he reports to his desk.

First up, Kyle takes his seat opposite from Sam.

1st Grade Animal Science $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What is the heaviest land animal?

Kyle is locked in. Sammy goes with the elephant. That's right for $1000! Next...

1st Grade Life Science $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
We exhale what gas that plants need in order to live?

Sammy says carbon dioxide... and after a while, he locks it... Good call!

Kyle returns to his seat. We call up Spencer.

2nd Grade Spelling $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
How many does the letter "I" appear in the following word:

"Illiterate". Sammy was hoping to see the word. Sammy locks in with two.

Laura and Kyle agree with him.

He's right! Spencer's right as well.

2nd Grade US Geography $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which US state lies the farthest west?
a) Alaska
b) California
c) Nevada

Sammy goes with B. His friends in the crowd... not liking it. Correct is Alaska. What did Spencer say?


Switch! Next up, it's Laura.

Next question is the milestone.

3rd Grade World Geography $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What ocean covers the North Pole?

Laura's locked in... Sammy's blanking. He peeks. Laura's answer: Arctic Ocean. Sammy goes with it... and she's right, you're right, you've got $25,000!


3rd Grade Astronomy $50,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
TRUE OR FALSE: Earth is over 50 million miles from the Sun

Sammy copies Laura's answer. Correct answer: TRUE. It's 93 million miles. This was a million dollar question on... another quiz show. Laura said... TRUE!

Laura's out, but Sammy's out of help, so this next question is all him...

4th Grade Math $100,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
In square inches, what is 1/2 of the area of a square with 12-inch sides?

Sammy goes with... blanking... Not good... He drops out with $50,000, and there's nothing wrong with that.

He would've gone with 24. Correct: 72.

But you could say that he's a little bit smarter than a 5th grader, because right before he tells the world that he isn't... HE PROPOSES! Correct answer, Marsha? Yes!

Okay, this is too mushy for me. Let's bring out EBONY GRAHAM, an office manager who graduated fro Kelso Elementary. Not only do we have a picture... we have video!

First classmate... Kyle.

1st Grade Health $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Rice is what type of food?
a) A fruit
b) A grain
c) A vegetable

Ebony has a thought with B... Correct for $1000!

3rd Grade Grammar $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
How many adjectives are in the following sentence: "After playing in the hot sun, I drank two glasses of cold water."

Ebony thinks she has this... and she can't believe she's 100% sure. She goes for three. She's right for $2000!

Kyle, you were of absolutely no help. But that's good. We need some girl power. Alana, you're up.

1st Grade Geography $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
If you cross the northern border of the US, what country are you in?

Ebony thinks she knows this, but wants to peek anyway. Alana said Canada. Ebony wants to lock in with that. Right for $5000!

2nd Grade Social Studies $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What is the minimum number of US coins you need to make exactly 61 cents?

Ebony goes with three... Right again for $10,000!

Next to help with the milestone is Jacob.

2nd Grade Social Studies $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What living bird lays the biggest eggs?

Ebony locked in with an ostrich... Jacob said an ostrich. Both... are right! Ebony's guaranteed $25,000... How far up the ladder will she go? Find out next time!


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