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All those things you learned in elementary school are about to come back to haunt you... in the form of a quiz show that tests how dumb you've become.

Host: Jeff Foxworthy
The Class: Olivia Glowacki, Mackenzie Holmes, Nathan Lazarus, Cody Lee, Sierra McCormick
Announcer: Mark Thompson
Creators/EP: Mark Burnett, Barry Poznick, John Stevens
Packager: Mark Burnett Productions, Zoo Productions
Origin: CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA

Airs: Thursdays at 8p ET on FOX

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Cops vs. Firefighters
May 8

American heroes take the class by storm today, as we find out who's smarter... Firemen or policemen?

First up, a 29-year-old from Coldwater Canyon Elementary, STEVE HAMM. He's here with wife and co-workers... and safety dog. He brought his helmet for good luck. "It's gonna win me a million dollars today."

First up to help is Mackenzie.

3rd Grade US Geography $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
from Genessa from Topanga Elementary School
Send your question to
TRUE or FALSE? The Hawaiian Islands were once known as the Sandwich Islands.

Mackenzie's locked. Steve goes with FALSE. That's wrong. Correct: TRUE.

Mackenzie wrote... TRUE :). SAVED!

1st Grade Spelling $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The name of which day of the week comes last alphabetically?

TU comes after TH, so it has to be Tuesday, right? Wrong. Forgot about Wednesday. Steve locks in Wednesday... and he's right for $2000.

Next to assist in round 2 is Nathan.

1st Grade Earth Science $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
By definition, what does a weathervane measure?
a) Rainfall
b) Wind direction
c) Air temperature

Steve thinks it's B. But he PEEKS to make sure. Nathan said.. B as well. He goes with that.... and he's right for $5000.

2nd Grade Social Studies $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What variety of fruit in the official nickname of the US state of Georgia?

Nathan's in. Steve goes in with "peach"... And he's right. The Peach State gives him $10,000.

Now to the milestone. Helping Steve out... Sierra.

3rd Grade Animal Science $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
TRUE or FALSE? Only male lions have manes.

Steve remembers that it's TRUE, so he goes with that. He's got $25,000!

2nd Grade Music $50,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
How many keys are there on a modern standard piano?

Sierra already has an answer. Steve never really played the piano. He uses his COPY. Steve would've guessed 26. That's not right. Rest of the class said... 88. Correct answer: 88. If Sierra doesn't have 88, Steve is 86'ed.

Sierra wrote... 88! That's $50,000. Now we come to the hard part, because he's out of help.

4th Grade Science $100,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The laws of motions are named for what English scientist who first published them in 1687?

He's risking $25,000 for another $50,000. But he'd rather not take that swing. Steve Hamm drops out with $50,000. Dog likes that decision.

He would've said Newton. He would've gotten $100,000.

We've had a firefighter. Now it's time for a cop. He's a 44-year-old police officer from Oak Lawn, IL who attended St. Gerald's Catholic Academy, DANIEL OLSEN. His best subject: art. His worst subjects: math & English.

Here to watch is his first-grade teacher wife and children.

First to help our copper out is the class genius, Nathan.

1st Grade English $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What word is the subject of the following sentence?
"Sierra's dog did backflips for three hours on Thursday."

Daniel locks in "dog". He's right and we move on to...

1st Grade Social Studies $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
TRUE or FALSE? The White House is the official residence for both the US President and the Vice President.

Daniel says the President lives there; the vice doesn't. He locks in FALSE. Vice President lives at Number 1 Observatory Circle. That's right for $2000!

Next up to help is Olivia.

2nd Grade Animal Science $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the following is a venomous snake?
a) Python
b) Cobra
c) Anaconda

Daniel goes with B, saying the other two are constrictors. He's 100% right for $5000.

2nd Grade World Geography $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the seven continents is the smallest in area?

Daniel goes with the one that is its own country... Australia. He thinks the next is Antarctica. He's right again!

Time for the milestone, and the crowd wants to see Cody in action. Who's Daniel to begrudge the people of what they want.

3rd Grade Astronomy $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
TRUE or FALSE? The sun is the only star in our solar system.

Daniel locks in true. Cody said... TRUE. He can't save him. The stars we see at night are actually from OTHER systems, so we have $25,000!
3rd Grade Measurements $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
In US currency, how many bills featuring Alexander Hamilton would you need to equal two bills featuring Benjamin Franklin?

Benjamins are $100s. Hamiltons are tenners. He needs 20 tenners for two Benjamins... He locks it in. He's right for 500 Benjamins.

He's one question away from beating firefighter Steve. Dan chooses Mackenzie to get him there.
4th Grade Nature $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
from Madison from St. James School
Send your question to
What pigment found in plant leaves uses energy from sunlight to make food?

Mackenzie is locked. Daniel COPIES Mackenzie's answer. Daniel would've guessed "chloroform." Correct: chlorophyll.

Mackenzie said... "conifer". GAME OVER. Dan Olsen flunks out with $25,000.

New student next time.