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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: 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 3.3 - The Dental Hygienists
September 19

Last time... Jeri Chandler made it to $10,000. With all her cheats remaining and her son Joshua to cheat off of (remember, she has the class AND the visiting class of her quints), she's prepared to go for the milestone of $25,000... Here's the question.

4th Grade US History $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The first ever westbound Pony Express delivery started in Missouri and ended in what US state?

With no idea and not wanting to lose the money she's already won, she PEEKs at Josh's answer... "Massachusetts." She decides not to use that answer... instead, going with California... Good move!

Next on the docket... 3rd Grade Music.

3rd Grade Music $50,000   COPY SAVE
The mandolin is a string instrument.

Jeri goes with true... and she's right!

Next up, she's going to Olivia and this question...

3rd Grade Animal Science $100,000   COPY SAVE
CLASSROOM CLUB QUESTION from Ria from Monmouth Junction School
In terms of average weight, what animal is the largest living member of the ape family?
A: Chimpanzee
B: Gorilla
C: Orangutan

Time to do some thinking. Jeri finally decides on B... and she's got the six figures!

4th Grade Astronomy $175,000   COPY SAVE
The Sun is the brightest star we can see during the day. What's the name of the brightest star we can see in the night sky?

She goes with Venus... not right. Correct answer was the Dog Star. The only way that she can continue is if Olivia has that...

Olivia says... "Dog Star!" SAVED!

Last partner out of six is... daughter Meagan.

5th Grade Science $300,000   COPY  
There are three elements that are found in all carbohydrates. Carbon and hydrogen are two of them. What's the third?

She wants to take a stab at it, but even with a copy still on the table, she drops out. If she used it... then she would've had $300,000. Meagan had the right answer, oxygen.

DROP OUT: $175,000

The Visiting Class setup is still in play for our next player, a 54-year-old dentist from Madison Elementary in Winona, MN, RICHARD ALLEN. So who, pray tell, are the visiting class? They would be his dental hygienists! Let's meet Diana, Amanda, Dorothy, Susan, and Jordan! Here are the categories that our intrepid eleven are facing...

5th Grade US History 5th Grade Measurements
4th Grade Astronomy 4th Grade World History
3rd Grade Science 3rd Grade World Geography
2nd Grade Spelling 2nd Grade US Geography
1st Grade Grammar 1st Grade Social Studies

The hygienists will just sit pretty for the first round, because up to help is a 10-year-old... Here's Olivia, and here's the $1000 question. 

1st Grade Social Studies $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The District of Columbia is one of the 50 United States.

Olivia is in. This one's easy. Richard goes with FALSE, and he's right for $1000.

1st Grade Grammar $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What punctuation mark appears at the end of this sentence?

That looks like a question mark. Sure enough, it is! (C-Note: and that's an exclamation point... and that is an ellipsis.)

Up to help for round 2 is hygienist Susan.

2nd Grade Spelling $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Spell the following word.

The word is... "genius". He spells it G-e-n-i-u-s.

Jordan spelt it G-E-N-E-O-U-S. Needless to say... that's wrong. Richard's right for $5000.

2nd Grade US Geography $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
There are two US states whose names start with the letter K. Kentucky's one of them; what's the other?

Richard locks in Kansas... and Susan locks in "Kanos". She can save him if she's right. Doesn't have to, though. Richard's right to move to the milestone.

And to help with that is Francesca.

3rd Grade Science $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
How many poles does a magnet have?

There's a north and a south. And Richard nails both of them for the pocket money.

3rd Grade World Geography $50,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the following is a country in Africa?
a) Albania
b) Argentina
c) Algeria

Richard locks in with C... and he's right!

It looks like Richard's losing faith in his crew, because the next round goes once again to the 5th Graders. Jonathan's up to assist with this...

4th Grade Astronomy $100,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What constellation, which contains the star Betelgeuse, is named for a hunter in Greek mythology?

Richard takes a shot at it with Orion... and it's good!

5th Grade Measurements $175,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
In US measurements, how many feet are in one furlong?

Richard takes a COPY. The correct answer is 660. If Jonathan has anything other than that, it's game over.

Jonathan wrote... 660!

Last partner in his game is... the "geneous" Jordan.

5th Grade US History $300,000 PEEK   SAVE
CLASSROOM CLUB QUESTION from Marianna from Monte Vista Elementary
Lewis and Clark were famous explorers who reached Oregon in 1805. Clark's first name was William. What was Lewis' first name?

He still had helps on the table... but he walks away. Probably for the best. Jordan wrote down "Bob". That's... not right. It was Meriwether.

DROP OUT: $175,000

New student next week.