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Fred Savage hosts the studio-based series from Banijay Studios North America that features adult contestants, and interactions between comic Ricky Gervais and a group of five children between the ages of 6 and 9. The contestants are asked to answer 10 questions to earn the prize. If they cannot correctly answer a question, they have the chance to be saved by the kids who have been asked the same question by Gervais -- who also serves as executive producer, alongside David Goldberg, Caroline Baumgard and Jeff Krask.

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Tammy, who is from Anaheim, California, and Trisha, who is from Edgewood, New Mexico, each try to answer 10 questions correctly in order to win the ultimate prize of $200,000.
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Kyle, who is from Northridge, California, Michael, who is from Long Beach, California, and Karen, who is from Dickinson, North Dakota, each try to answer 10 questions correctly.
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Katrina of Detroit and Julie of Marysville, Wash., each try to answer 10 questions correctly in order to win the ultimate prize of $200,000.
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Charles, who is from Denver, and Bridget, who is from Waxhaw, N.C., each try to answer 10 questions correctly.
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Barry, who is from San Diego, and Molly, who is from Dallas, each try to answer 10 questions correctly.
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Contestants from Columbia, S.C., and Chicago compete for the $200,000 prize.
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Contestants from Hawthorne, Calif., and Encino, Calif., each try to answer 10 questions correctly to win the $200,000 prize.
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Contestants from Michigan and Pennsylvania try to answer 10 questions correctly to win a $200,000 prize.
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Vivia, who is from Chicago, and Mike, who is from San Diego, each try to answer 10 questions correctly to win the prize.
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Dominic, who is from Yonkers, New York, and Ashlie, who is from Ontario, California, each try to answer 10 questions correctly.

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