Anyone watch this show last night? It is a game show by Jeff Foxworthy. Premise is similar to 1 vs 100, but instead of going against 100 people you play against 5 10-year-olds (5th graders). The questions are typical stuff from grade school text books. The adult chooses a kid. The kid gets up at the podium. The contestant chooses one of 10 subjects. They are things like 1st grade reading to fifth grade science. All subjects were should have learned in grade school. You have three helps/cheats. You can "peek" at the kids answer, then decide if you want to use it. You can "copy" the answer sight unseen and hope they got the right one. If you miss the answer, but the kid answers right, you use your save. If you use up all your helps and don't know the answer you can "drop out" of the class. But if you do you have to say to the camera "I am NOT smarter than a fifth grader" It is kinda funny to see little kids outsmart college grads. Only one I didn't really know last night was "Who was the first president to be impeached". Knew the others. Other questions included: In REM sleep, what does REM stand for? (Rapid eye movement) In what month do we celebrate Columbus Day? (October) If you have a triangle with an area of 16 and a base of 8, what is its height? (4) Forget what some of the others were. But a guy who graduated from UCLA got up there and didn't know a single answer. Only got about $5,000. When the guy was having so much trouble (Think the guy is a lawyer too) Jeff said that the guys at USC must be loving this right now. None of the kids have missed the answers yet. Pretty fun little game show.