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Friday, November 02, 2007

Tidbits 11/2

  • AOL TV - Top 5 TV moments includes Clay's huge win on "5th Grader". There is a poll at this website that will let you pick the top TV moment from yesterday. Clay is currently leading the poll with a huge landslide.
    Clay Wins Big
    'Smarter Than a 5th Grader'
    (FOX Thu., 8PM)

    He did it for the kids. Clay Aiken wins 300,000 dollars from 'Smarter' for his children's charity.
  • TV Squad also had a "5th Grader" mention yesterday - "FOX has a new, two-hour Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader at 8, with Regis Philbin and Clay Aiken."
  • - Clay Aiken may not be smarter than a 5th grader, but he "did win a lot of money for his charity. Plus, Clay is so entertaining!" -
    Clay Aiken — Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

    Sadly, no. But Clay Aiken did win a lot of money for his charity. Plus, Clay is so entertaining! What a comedian.

    If you think about it, whatever Clay Aiken won was his appearance fee. Now that was impressive for an hour’s work.

    Clay Aiken on Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader Celebrity Edition.
  • Christmas tour mentions:
  • The Maine Campus ... random mention in article about SAW 4:
    For years, horror fans lacked a decent series to sink their teeth into that hadn't already been around for at least a quarter of a century. "Friday the 13th", "Halloween," and "A Nightmare on Elm Street" were the horror franchises of our parents. Yes, some half-wit will decide to chime in and bust out the "Scream" card, but those people are too busy following Clay Aiken on tour to have time to argue anyway. Then along came "Saw" to slap us all in the noggin, and horror fans rejoiced.
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  • Southern Girl - 5th Grader ...
    Personally, I don't think your average fifth grader would have been *that* prudent and cautious, so good for Clay! ;)

    And because it's not completely clear from the clip... Clay got to the next to last question, thought he knew the right answer, but wasn't sure enough to risk the $300,000 dollars he'd already won, money that would help The Bubel/Aiken Foundation start 30 summer camps, so he decided to stop right there. As it turns out, he would have chosen the right answer, but I kind of loved that he was more interested in the good he KNEW he could do than in something that wasn't a sure thing.

    Oh yes, and he looked pretty darn good and was hilarious. :)

"5th Grader" from CDD's J4Clay


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