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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 3.7 - Teenagers
October 24

We've tried giving away money to grownups (and succeeded one time). So what happens when we throw in a few teenagers? Find out as a teen mayor and two prom dates head back to the classroom... all the way back.

First contestant is the 19-year-old mayor of Muskogee, OK... From Creek Elementary, JOHN TYLER HAMMONS! It's a volunteer job. His day job? College freshman. In fact, his brother Aaron, who works at the local theatre, makes more money than he does.

Here's his board.

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

His first partner is Francesca and we're on our way with...

1st Grade Social Studies $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The US is the only country to have stars on its national flag.

This one is obvious. He goes with FALSE, and he's right. Nearly 70 countries have stars on their flag, including Australia, China, and my home country Panama.

2nd Grade Grammar $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The following sentence is grammatically correct: "Olivia and me had to go to detention."

That "me" is supposed to be "I". So it's FALSE, but does John know that? With his high school GPA of 4.0... he does know that!

Next up to help is Jenna.

1st Grade Measurements $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
If Mr. Foxworthy goes to bed at 7p on a Monday night, and wakes up at 8a the next morning, how many hours of sleep will he get?

Jeff hopes it's his grandfather.

He goes with 13 hours... and that's right!

Fun fact: John was once president of the Young Democrats AND the Young Republicans. Another fun fact: if John ran for president right now, 74% of the audience would vote for him.

3rd Grade Spelling $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the following words is spelled incorrectly?
a) Privilege
b) Villege
c) Appendage

John isn't sure, so he PEEKS. Jenna says... B. John trusts her... and she's right, he's right, we move onto the milestone with Bryce at the helm.

2nd Grade US History $25,000   COPY SAVE
The thirteen original American colonies gained their independence from what country?

Fun fact: John's favorite historical hero is Julius Caesar.

John locks in Great Britain... and he's got $25,000!

4th Grade Math $50,000   COPY SAVE
What's the simplest form of the fraction 18/81?

He does some quick division (very quick) and goes with 2/9... Right on! And they're doing the wave at TV City.

Next up is Jonathan...

5th Grade Astronomy $100,000   COPY SAVE
CLASSROOM CLUB QUESTION from Liliana of St. Francis School
What's the name of the first American woman to travel into outer space?

John decides to COPY Jonathan's answer. Correct answer is Sally Ride. John's mom knew it. If Jonathan has that, he's into six figures.

Jonathan said... "MAY JANE". I have no idea who that is, but it's wrong. So John flunks out.

FLUNK OUT: $25,000

Next up, two players, a prom king & queen from Derby High in Derby, KS... RILEY HICKS & ERIC LUTZ. They were surprised at being crowned. Let's see if they'll be crowned king and queen of AYSTA5G Elementary.

5th Grade World History 5th Grade World Geography
4th Grade Ancient History 4th Grade US Geography
3rd Grade Cultural Studies 3rd Grade Earth Science
2nd Grade English 2nd Grade Music
1st Grade Grammar 1st Grade Science

First up, Jenna and this...

1st Grade Grammar $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What's the singular noun in the following sentence? "The boys and girls walked to the classroom with their books"?

Eric goes with classroom. Riley locks it in. They're both on their way.

1st Grade Science $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
A thermometer is an instrument used to measure which of the following?
a) Temperature
b) Height
c) Weight

Eric goes with temperature. Riley agrees... Another good one.

Here comes Jonathan for round 2.

2nd Grade Music $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of these is NOT a percussion instrument?
a) Gong
b) Bugle
c) Maracas

Fun Fact: Eric has a full academic and football scholarship to Friends University.

A bugle is a brass instrument, but what will the king & queen say? They say bugle. They're right.

2nd Grade English $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The word "duck" can be used as a noun and also as what other part of speech?

They don't duck out on this question. They lock in verb for the $10,000.

Now to the milestone with Olivia.

3rd Grade Cultural Studies $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The following image is of the official flag of what country?

That, of course, is Mexico. Eric has his Spanish teacher to thank for this one. They've got $25,000!

3rd Grade Earth Science $50,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The Earth's atmosphere is made up solely of oxygen.

Eric needs a little bit of oxygen. Riley agrees with FALSE. Francesca knows it all, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and argon. Right all around!

Fun fact: Riley was accepted to Kansas State. We look forward to whupping that in the basketball. :)

Future prom king Bryce is next...

4th Grade US Geography $100,000 PEEK COPY SAVE

If Bryce walked south from Billings, Montana, what would be the first US state he'd pass into?

Eric, who's been to Montana, and Riley go with Wyoming... and they're right!

4th Grade Ancient History $175,000 PEEK COPY SAVE

The city of Cuzco in Peru was the capital of what ancient South American empire?

With no idea, they decide to drop out with all of their cheats on the table. The correct answer was... Inca.

DROP OUT: $100,000

New student next time... so get your Celtic pride on.