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Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? - Same Clothes and Audience
This show started back the first week of April 2007. It is now the middle of May and none of those kids on the show have had different clothes on than what they started out in. They claim it's a new show every week but for some reason, no one wears different clothes, not even Foxworthy. Even more noticable, it's been the same audience for the past 6 weeks. So, how can they say to contestants, "We'll have to bring you back next week to see the answer to your question." when it's obvious that every show was taped in one day and stretched out over 6-8 weeks. They should have had these kids change clothes to make it more believable, had Foxworthy go through a few clothes changes and brought in fresh audiences.
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Anonymous on 05-12-2007
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phish6 writes:
I agree with you 110% and while they are at it why don't they speed up a little. I watched two or three shows and they barly got through 3 or 4 questions each show. It's all to build the suspence....well we all have had enough of that and we blame Survivor for that. Have they ever seen how many questions they get through in Jepordy?
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dramaqueen writes:
They film it all in one day. I read in a magazine somewhere when somebody stated that very fact. It has something to do with the fact that one of the major participators is a group of kids.
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SharleneT writes:
Another reason why the kids & Jeff are in the same clothes - they can cut the episodes up to air at different times and not worry about what everyone was wearing.
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