Pat, a tech support rep, comes out on stage jumping. A man of great presence, Pat tells Jeff about his first kiss with a girl named Stacy in elementary school. Pat chooses Kyle as his first helper and Jeff runs down the rules. Pat asks Kyle what his best subject is and Kyle says history, social studies and science. Pat picks 3rd Grade Science. For $1,000, Pat is asked:
What is the lowest layer of the earth’s atmosphere?
Pat goes for the copy and chooses B. Unfortunately, B is not the right answer and Pat is bounced after the first question.
Class gets back in session with Deborah who is welcomed to the set by a video of a dance performance she did in elementary school. Jacob joins her on stage and she chooses 4th Grade Geography.
What is the southernmost US State?
She goes back and forth between Florida, Hawaii and California before picking the correct answer and moving onto the $2,000 question.
After the commercial break, Jacob exhorts her to make some moolah. She picks 3rd Grade World Geography.
What is the world’s longest river?
Jacob locks in his answer and Deborah gets it right for $2,000. Next, Deborah says that they have to get the girls up there and chooses the perky Laura. Deborah picks 2nd Grade Measurements for $5,000.
How many feet are in a mile?
She picks her answer but is not sure if her answer is feet or yards. Her answer makes Jeff nervous and she admits that she is not 100% on the answer. Jeff says that the class all have the right answer. After the commercial break, we find out that Deborah had the right answer all along. Laura tells Deborah to pick 5th Grade Astronomy as her $10,000 question.
The planet Mars has how many moons?
A difficult question to be sure, possibly even a trick question but Deborah locks in the answer as 0, hoping Laura has the right answer to save her. Deborah gets it wrong but Laura comes in to save her. The next question is $25,000 so Deborah chooses Spencer to help her out in 1st Grade Animal Science.
True or False: the Koala is a marsupial?
She gets is right and has a mini-freakout over winning $25,000. Deborah introduces her supporters in the audience. Deborah moves on to 1st Grade Grammar for $50,000.
How many proper nouns are in the following sentence? In Oklahoma, Oprah met our ostrich Ozzie.
She doesn’t know the answer so she goes for the peek and sees Spencer’s answer. She likes what she sees and goes with Spencer’s answer and wins the money. Spencer sits down and Alana gets up to help her. Deborah chooses 3rd Grade Math.
How many interior angles in a scalene triangle
have the same number of degrees?
Deborah wants to drop out but is egged on by the audience to copy Alana’s answer. She is pressured into copying. After some tense moments, the answer is revealed and somehow Alana is the only one who has the right answer earning Deborah $100,000.
Without any more cheats or saves, Deborah is on her own. She picks 4th Grade US History for $175,000.
What is the most common name among US Presidents?
She decides to dropout and takes home $100,000. Share this article with your friends