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September 5

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: Jenna Balk, Bryce Cass, Jonathan Cummings, Olivia Dellums, Francesca deRosa
Announcer: Mark Thompson
Creators: Mark Burnett, Roy Bank, Barry Poznick, John Stevens
EP: Mark Burnett, Barry Poznick, John Stevens
Packager: Mark Burnett Productions, Zoo Productions
Origin: CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA

Airs: Fridays at 8p ET on FOX

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Episode 3.2 - The Twins & the Quints
September 12

Last week, Kathy Ireland made up for getting one of Craiggers' five questions right by winning six figures. Kathy Cox went one better and ran the board for a million. Tonight, we're giving you two contestants for the price of one, as twins enter the classroom to take the big money quiz. Then, the multiples keep on coming as a player gets help from her brood of quints!

First, though, 25-year-old identical twins who graduated from Mounds Elementary School in Tulsa, OK... DANIEL & DYLAN COX. Are two heads better than one? Not better than Kathy Cox, probably.

To the categories.

5th Grade World History 5th Grade Science
4th Grade Math 4th Grade English
3rd Grade Animal Science 3rd Grade US History
2nd Grade Measurements 2nd Grade Grammar
1st Grade Music 1st Grade US Geography

Up to help the twins out is one Jenna. Let's get the test underway...

1st Grade Music $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the following patriotic songs contains the lyrics "Let Freedom Ring"?
a) "Yankee Doodle"
b) "America"
c) "You're a Grand Old Flag"

Dylan wants to go with C, but they end up PEEKing at Jenna's answer. She goes with B. They go with B... We've got $1000.

2nd Grade Grammar $2,000   COPY SAVE
In the English language, every grammatically correct sentence must contain at least one word with a capital letter.

This one seems like a no brainer. It is after the twins lock in TRUE.

Second tier assistant is Jonathan. No armpit farts this time, but they do have this for $5000.

2nd Grade Measurements $5,000   COPY SAVE
Jenna has a subscription to a magazine that comes every other week. How many issues of the magazine will she receive over the course of eight weeks?

Every other week for eight weeks adds up to 4 issues. Pretty crappy subscription, but the twins get it for $5000. Now to double...

1st Grade US Geography $10,000   COPY SAVE
What is the name of the bridge shown in the following picture?

If memory serves, that's the Golden Gate. Daniel & Dylan leave their heart at the right answer for $10,000 and a chance at guaranteed money with Olivia at the helm.

3rd Grade Animal Science $25,000   COPY SAVE
In terms of average size, what's the largest species of penguin?

They lock in emperor.... and that's an imperial $25,000!

4th Grade Math $50,000   COPY SAVE
When 17 is divided by 3, the remainder is R. What's the remainder when 13's divided by R?

Simple algebra at work. 17 divided by 3 is 5 with 2 left over. 13 divided by 2... any odd number divided by 2, for that matter... gives us a remainder of 1. That's what the twins go with, and that's giving them $50,000!

We're moving up to the high-rent territory. Here comes Francesca to help.

4th Grade English $100,000   COPY SAVE
Which of the following is an example of an oxymoron?
a) Peanut gallery
b) Rhyme time
c) Living dead

An oxymoron is a two-word phrase made of contradictory words. That fits the description of C... and the twins have $100,000!

Now a bit of history. The last set of twins won $175,000. They have a chance, and I'd say a pretty darn good one, to tie that feat.

3rd Grade US History $175,000   COPY SAVE
What automotive company introduced a car called the Model T in 1908?

As I said before... a pretty darn good chance. They go with Ford for the $175,000!

Last tier of questions before the Million Dollar Question! Last classmate to help is Bryce.

5th Grade Science $300,000   COPY SAVE
In the radio frequency abbreviation AM, the A stands for the word amplitude. What word does the M stand for?

They still have the copy and save, but rather than risk what money they managed to get on this run, they drop out.

DROP OUT: $175,000

If they copied Bryce... or they went for it themselves... they would've had to give back $150,000. He wrote "morning". They would've guessed "meridian". Both were wrong. It was "modulation".

Next up... we have a visiting class, and they happen to be close to our next player, a 48-year-old mother of quintuplets from Highland Park Elementary in Manchester, CT... JERI CHANDLER! And speaking of the quints, here they are... our visiting class! In order... Meagan, Joshua, Amanda, Emily and Heidi! Her board is as follows:

5th Grade Social Studies 5th Grade Science
4th Grade US History 4th Grade Astronomy
3rd Grade Music 3rd Grade Animal Science
2nd Grade Math 2nd Grade Earth Science
1st Grade Spelling 1st Grade Health

So do we go to the class of 5th graders, or college-bound highschoolers? The latter. First to help is Heidi.

1st Grade Health $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What joint in the human body connects the foot to the leg?

Heidi's in. That's the ankle, and we're off and running.

1st Grade Spelling $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What word in this question comes first alphabetically?

Isn't this a sight, a question where the answer's staring her right in the face. The answer is... "alphabetically". Jeri gets it and we go to another round of questions...

... and Bryce goes to the plate to help her on it.

2nd Grade Earth Science $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
All plants have flowers.

Jeri locks in FALSE. Correct answer... FALSE!

2nd Grade Math $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
How many sides does a quadrilateral have?

That seems obvious to her. She gets 4. She gets four... times $2500!

Next up to help on the milestone, it's Joshua, the second-born. Next category is 4th Grade US History. Next question... will be revealed next time! Class dismissed!