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Arden Hayes, a 5-year-old “whiz kid” from Carlyle, Ill., was back on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, expanding beyond his previous display of U.S. Presidential knowledge to wow the host and the audience with his knowledge of geography — identifying random countries and their capitals with a level of expertise that most adults will never achieve.

But the real zinger came at the end, when he was handed the Sony Xperia Tablet Z as a parting gift. “Well, you could just give it away,” he said, pushing the Android tablet back across the desk. “We’re just planning to get an iPad for Christmas.”

Well, so much for that product placement. Watch the clip above, and see the full segment.

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