An 11-year-old from Indianapolis, Indiana...

Krissy Brzycki

What's the best part about being on Jeopardy!?
The best thing about being on Jeopardy! is probably that you can tell your friends that you've had this experience, and then you can just put it on your college résum--résumé, or, like, a job resumé, for that... matter.

Do you have any hidden talents?
Nnnnn... I don't think so, but maybe I'll discover them... since they are hidden...

What's the coolest thing about being smart?
The coolest thing about being smart is that you can walk into a room, and, like, everyone is just, like--they hit you with questions that they don't think you'll know, and you can just, like, give them the answers, and they'll be so impressed, and it's a great way to make friends that are also smart, 'cause you share that in common.

I'm Krissy from Indianapolis--watch me on Jeopardy! Kids Week!

[Questionnaire answers]
If you could meet anyone in the world, who would you want to meet?
I would meet Andrew Lloyd Weber

What are you going to do with your money if you win?
I will buy D.S. games

What's your favorite thing about being a kid?
I can get away with being weird

What do you want to be when you grow up?
Congresswoman or Broadway actress

What's your favorite subject in school?
Social studies

"Her love of helping her community and her interest in politics has her campaigning for a seat in Congress. From Indianapolis, Indiana, taking the floor, it's..."

2014 Kids Week player (2014-12-02).

Daughter of Season 34 contestant Bryan Brzycki.

Krissy appeared in the following archived game:
#6952, aired 2014-12-02 Adam Barrow vs. Krissy Brzycki vs. Ryan Elkins 2014 Kids Week game 2.

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