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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: 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

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Episode 3.17
December 19

Last time in the classroom, Garry Dredge was either on the cusp of a $100,000 win... or an exit from the classroom. The question was...

3rd Grade English $100,000   COPY SAVE
Which of the following is a palindrome?
a) Vroom
b) Jumbo shrimp
c) Race car

Garry said "vroom", which was incorrect. The correct answer was C. We were about to see what Sierra said when time was called.

But now we have all the time in the world. For $100,000, Sierra said...


4th Grade Grammar $175,000   COPY  
What word is the preposition in the following sentence?
"Man has walked on the moon."

Garry goes with "on." Sierra... said the same thing. Could've used the copy. Didn't. Didn't have to. He's right on.

Last up to help is... SYLVIA! Remember, the Mystery Desk is still in play.

5th Grade US History $300,000   COPY  
As a result of the Missouri Compromise, what state was allowed to enter the union on March 15, 1820, to balance the admission of Missouri?

Garry has no idea. He thinks Sylvia has even less of an idea. So it's time to drop out.

DROP OUT - $175,000

Sylvia went with Minnesota. And... Garry had the right idea, dropping out like that. It was "Maine".

Mystery Desk continues with a 36-year-old 5th grade teacher who attended Coldwater Elementary (and now teaches there), DALIENE INGRAM. And in the 5th graders' mystery desk is... her daughter Alexa, a 5th grader herself! She quickly pops out of the desk to join Daliene on stage. The board...

5th Grade US History 5th Grade Literature
4th Grade Math 4th Grade Cultural Studies
3rd Grade US Geography 3rd Grade Anatomy
2nd Grade Measurements 2nd Grade Animal Science
1st Grade Music 1st Grade Social Studies

First up...

2nd Grade Measurements $1,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
What weight of measurement is abbreviated "lb."?

Alexa is in. Daliene goes with pound... and we're off and running.

1st Grade Social Studies $2,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
The following is an image of what Washington, DC building?

Daliene knows it's the US Capitol for $2000.

Next up, it's Olivia.

2nd Grade Animal Science $5,000 PEEK COPY SAVE
Which of the following is NOT a type of pony?
a) Shetland
b) Welsh
c) Cornish

Fun fact: Daliene's husband is boxing hall of famer Carlos Palomino (a former WBA welterweight champion from 1976 to 1979).

Daliene takes a PEEK. Olivia said... C. Daliene goes with that... and she's right!

1st Grade Music $10,000   COPY SAVE
A beat with no sound is called a rest.

Daliene has no idea, so she COPIES. The correct answer... TRUE. Daliene would've said false. So there's one hurdle negotiated.

Olivia said... TRUE!

Now to help with the milestone is Nathan... And she chooses his favorite to lock in the cash.

4th Grade Math $25,000     SAVE
If three consecutive even numbers add up to 18, what's the value of the smallest of those numbers?

Daliene thinks about the question and comes up with the numbers as 4, 6, and 8. Four gives her $25,000!

3rd Grade Anatomy $50,000     SAVE
In humans, the epidermis is located directly underneath the dermis.

Daliene takes the freeball on TRUE... And that's... not right. Nathan has to have TRUE in order to continue. Nathan said... TRUE!

The bad news... it's Daliene to the million...

3rd Grade US Geography $100,000      
Lake Mead, located on the Arizona-Nevada Border, was created by the construction of what dam?

Daliene's completely blanking...

DROP OUT: $50,000

The correct answer: the Hoover Dam. Everyone got that correct... everyone except the teacher.

New students in the new year. Happy holidays!