|Student: "The Santa Clause." Me: "Cute, but I hated those movies."|
|Student: "Mrs. Clause." Me: "She's cute, but Christmas is canceled. And the Easter Bunny's dead."|
On the off chance you're curious, the answer I was looking for (this semester) is a third attributive (adjective). That's the pattern noun-definite article-adjective. When they get into actual syntax next year, it's an accusative in simple apposition: kyrion is the direct object, ton theon is an appositive.
Both their answers are wrong, obviously, but it was extra credit anyway.