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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 de Rosa
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 3.14 - Holiday Episode #1
December 11

Last time, two season 2 holdovers combined to win $60,000. But now this year's class is back in session, and, in what sounds like a beginning to a joke, a priest and a rabbi walk into a classroom...

First up is a 35-year-old rabbi who graduated from Birch Elementary School in Long Island, NY... RABBI RICK BRODY. He's also a teacher, so he should feel right at home.

Watching in the stands... Rick Miles and his family (including daughter Meghen, who bombed the $1 million question). The board for him...

5th Grade US History 5th Grade Literature
4th Grade Ancient Cultures 4th Grade Grammar
3rd Grade Music 3rd Grade World History
2nd Grade Spelling 2nd Grade Math
1st Grade Animal Science 1st Grade Health

First up to help the rabbi is Francesca. First question for $1000.

1st Grade Animal Science $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the following terms refer to a group of fish?
a) Platoon
b) Pride
c) School

Lox... Whitefish.. Gefilte... Talk about a school of fish. Rick talks about it... and continues...

1st Grade Health $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The thigh is located on what part of the human body?
a) The leg
b) The arm
c) The neck

Rick goes with A without hesitation... Right on!

Jonathan's next to go.

2nd Grade Math $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What is the highest two-digit even number?

Rabbi Rick locks in 98 after deducing it carefully... and he's right!

2nd Grade Spelling $10,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
How many times does the letter "E" appear in the following word?

The word is "argument". It has one E, but does Rabbi Rick know that? Yep.

Olivia went with two.

Jonathan went with... two.

But that's why Rick is the former spelling bee champ.

Helping with the milestone is Olivia?

3rd Grade World History $25,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Christopher Columbus made his 1492 transatlantic voyage under the sponsorship of Ferdinand and Isabella, who were the king and queen of what country?

"This is actually a very important period in Jewish history." It was the Spanish Inquisition, and Rick locks in Spain... and he locks in the money!

4th Grade Ancient Cultures $50,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
In Greek mythology, what creature had the head of a bull and the body of a man?

The first thing that came to mind was the Minotaur. Rick goes for it... He's right!

Next up to play is Bryce.

3rd Grade Music $100,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
By definition, all operas are sung in Italian.

Rick's been to a couple. Operas can be sung in any language. German, English, whatever. He goes with FALSE...

Bryce agreed with that...

Correct! By definition, all operas are just... sung.

4th Grade Grammar $175,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What word is the pronoun in the following sentence?
"Everyone, including Jenna and Olivia, was afraid of taking the math exam."

He rules out Jenna and Olivia. And exam. He goes with "everyone", standing in for all of the people. Way to break down a sentence for $175,000!

Last up to help is Jenna. Let's get to the million!

Rick... from Yale... Yale is zero for the world on this show.

5th Grade US History $300,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
In the 1850s, the United States bought about 30,000 square miles of land as part of the Gadsden Purchase. The land is now part of two US states. Name them both.

Rick decides to PEEK at Jenna's paper... before he had a chance to walk away. Oops. Don't answer too quickly.

He was thinking California and Arizona. Jenna said... Georgia & Florida. "I'm pretty sure that's not it." He takes a $150,000 risk on... California? Nevada? Arizona? New Mexico? Gold Rush? Guessing?

He locks in California and Nevada...

And that's not right. The only way he can continue is if the correct answer is Georgia & Florida... which it is not. The correct answer... Arizona & New Mexico.

Bryce had it.

FLUNK OUT: $25,000

Next is a 57-year-old Episcopalian priest who graduated from Laney Jackson Elementary in California... THE REVEREND RICK MILES. Again, he's here for the second time (the first, he was in the audience as his daughter Meghen was a contestant who missed the MDQ. The question...

"What American pilot was the first person to exceed the speed of sound in an airplane?"

The answer he knew... Chuck Yeager.

Now it's his turn. Here's his board.

5th Grade Cultural Studies 5th Grade World History
4th Grade Math 4th Grade Literature
3rd Grade US Geography 3rd Grade Science
2nd Grade US History 2nd Grade World Geography
1st Grade English 1st Grade Astronomy

First up to help for $1000... Jenna.

1st Grade English $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The plural form of the word "girl" is "girls". What is the plural form of the word "woman"?

Rick locks in "women"... We're off and running.

1st Grade Astronomy $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Bryce weighs more on the Earth when he does on the Moon.

Rick goes with true... and it's good. Bryce approves. The gravity on the moon is significantly less.

And speaking of, let's get Bryce up here... He'll start us off as we play for $5000 next THURSDAY. Tomorrow, another gem from the last class.