Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (I) (2007– )

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A quiz show that features adult contestants and questions directly from the textbooks of first through fifth graders.

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A quiz show that features adult contestants and questions directly from the textbooks of first through fifth graders.

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The host and kids wear the same clothes every episode. See more »

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Jeff Foxworthy: Okay, it's a 50/50 question - what do we know about penguins.
Larry the Cable Guy: They're delicious!
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Referenced in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.134 (2010) See more »

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Great show for family or TIVO
31 May 2007 | by (Irvine, CA) – See all my reviews

This is a great show because it can be watched in two ways: First, you can watch it with kids. That was the key to "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" and it works here as well. The kids love it, especially if the adults don't know the answer (it doesn't matter whether it's the adults on the screen or at home).

Second, this show is sufficiently predictable that, without kids around, you can watch it in ten minutes or less on TIVO. Like "Deal or No Deal," the interesting part is watching the contestant mess up by going for a question they don't know or risking $425,000 on the $1,000,000 question. Since the questions come about every 6 minutes, you just skip forward. And unlike "Deal or No Deal," there's no incentive to stop to watch the banter between the host and the regulars.

Additionally, there are enough questions on subjects that we never use that most adults have a Paul Simon moment every couple of shows (realizing just how much they learned in grade school but forgot).

Finally, although Foxworthy's not at the top of his game (and probably cannot be on a family show); he's far more entertaining than Howie and probably as good as Regis was. Likewise, even though some of the kids' comments appear strained and were likely fed to the kids (through their ear pieces), the ids are still funnier and more articulate than the "Deal Or Not Deal" supporting staff.


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