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24th Feb '14 3:17:35 PM Gimere
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* AllOrNothing: The University Round, which used a money tree of $50-$100-$200-$500-$1,000. The player could stop after any correct answer. (All previous winnings were safe, though.)
20th Jun '12 11:49:54 AM mlsmithca
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According to Wikipedia, there were three seasons, two with Schneider and one with Morris.
** GameShowHost: Lew Schneider for the first season, Robb Edward Morris for the second.
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** GameShowHost: Lew Schneider for the first season, Schneider, followed by Robb Edward Morris for the second.Morris.
22nd May '12 10:29:36 AM IncoG5nito
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* ThemeSongAssonance: As with the other Nick game shows with Edd Kalehoff-composed theme songs.
31st Mar '12 7:07:26 PM IncoG5nito
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Theme song assonance
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* ThemeSongAssonance: As with the other Nick game shows with Edd Kalehoff-composed theme songs.
9th Jan '12 12:03:39 AM WarioBarker
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{{Nickelodeon}} GameShow that was part ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}!'', part carnival midway, with a school theme. Contestants had to choose categories from a large board featuring seven subjects (or topics one might discuss in a subject) and seven grade levels (elementary and 7th through 12th). Obviously the higher the grade, the more difficult the question. Sample selections might be "Math - 8th grade" or "Current Events - 12th grade". Getting a question right earned that square on the board, and lit up the corresponding subject and grade level on the "score card" on that player's desk. The object of the game was to be the first to have one each of all subjects and grade levels. A player who did so, or the player who had the most spaces lit on their score card when time expired, won the game and advanced to the "Honors Round", where he or she could win more money (and later, a trip). This wasn't as straightforward as it seems, though. A few "wild cards" lurked behind some of the squares which could change the game drastically; the most notable being the "Fire Drill". If a Fire Drill was uncovered, all three players had to leave their desks (and their score cards) and race each other in a physical stunt (such as throwing sandwiches into lunch boxes). Winning the Fire Drill got first pick of the desks, while second place got second pick and third place received whatever was left. As the game was scored by color and not person sitting at the desk, the first place player in the Fire Drill inevitably inherited the desk with the highest score. This was particularly nasty if one player had nearly filled in his entire card, only to have a worse player beat him in a Fire Drill near the end of the game; even worse, the outcome of some of the Fire Drills was [[LuckBasedMission determined completely ''at random'']].
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{{Nickelodeon}} GameShow that was part ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}!'', ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' and part carnival midway, with a school theme. Contestants had to choose categories from a large board featuring seven subjects (or topics one might discuss in a subject) and seven grade levels (elementary and 7th through 12th). Obviously the higher the grade, the more difficult the question. Sample selections might be "Math - 8th grade" or "Current Events - 12th grade". Getting a question right earned that square on the board, and lit up the corresponding subject and grade level on the "score card" on that player's desk. The object of the game was to be the first to have one each of all subjects and grade levels. A player who did so, or the player who had the most spaces lit on their score card when time expired, won the game and advanced to the "Honors Round", where he or she s/he could win more money (and later, a trip). This wasn't as straightforward as it seems, though. A few "wild cards" lurked behind some of the squares which could change the game drastically; the most notable being the "Fire Drill". If a Fire Drill was uncovered, all three players had to leave their desks (and their score cards) and race each other in a physical stunt (such as throwing sandwiches into lunch boxes). Winning the Fire Drill got first pick of the desks, while second place got second pick and third place received whatever was left. As the game was scored by color and not person sitting at the desk, the first place player in the Fire Drill inevitably inherited the desk with the highest score. This was particularly nasty if one player had nearly filled in his entire card, only to have a worse player beat him in a Fire Drill near the end of the game; even worse, the outcome of some of the Fire Drills was [[LuckBasedMission determined completely ''at random'']].''[[LuckBasedMission at random]]''.
14th Oct '11 9:53:18 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Two different games had a player winning it and the Honors Round so quickly that Nickelodeon had to edit the two tapings into a single episode just to get to time.

* NightmareFuel: The lights going bonkers and a cacophony of sirens sounding whenever a Fire Drill was hit. * OpeningNarration: One of the questions from that day's game was asked, followed by "If you can answer this and a bunch of other questions, maybe you've got what it takes to... [[TitleScream MAKE! THE!]] [[ThisIsSparta GRADE!]]" * ReplacementScrappy: Robb for Lew.
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* NightmareFuel: The lights going bonkers and a cacophony of sirens sounding whenever a Fire Drill was hit. * OpeningNarration: One of the questions from that day's game was asked, followed by "If you can answer this and a bunch of other questions, maybe you've got what it takes to... [[TitleScream MAKE! THE!]] [[ThisIsSparta GRADE!]]" * ReplacementScrappy: Robb for Lew.[[PunctuatedForEmphasis GRADE!]]"
30th Sep '11 1:13:49 PM AmyJade
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{{Nickelodeon}} GameShow that was part ''{{Jeopardy}}!'', part carnival midway, with a school theme.
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{{Nickelodeon}} GameShow that was part ''{{Jeopardy}}!'', ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}!'', part carnival midway, with a school theme.
28th Dec '10 5:18:21 PM WarioBarker
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Any player who won the game in the first half of the show, resulting in another ''game'' being started after the Honors Round.
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Any Two different games had a player who won the game in the first half of the show, resulting in another ''game'' being started after winning it and the Honors Round.Round so quickly that Nickelodeon had to edit the two tapings into a single episode just to get to time.

* OpeningNarration: One of the questions from that day's game was asked, followed by "If you can answer this and a bunch of other questions, maybe you've got what it takes to... [[TitleScream 'MAKE! THE!]] [[ThisIsSparta GRADE!' "]]
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* OpeningNarration: One of the questions from that day's game was asked, followed by "If you can answer this and a bunch of other questions, maybe you've got what it takes to... [[TitleScream 'MAKE! MAKE! THE!]] [[ThisIsSparta GRADE!' "]]GRADE!]]"
20th Dec '10 9:49:21 AM Twentington
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* ConfettiDrop: Confetti was dropped on Honors Round winners during the Morris era.

* TickertapeParade: Confetti was dropped on Honors Round winners during the Morris era.
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