Last week's question: Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci became the shortest-serving communications director in White House history when he was fired last week after just 10 days on the job. If Hollywood were to make a movie about The Mooch's epic rise and foul-mouthed fall, what would it be called?

Click here for last week's contest: End game

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Mooch Ado About Nothing"
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, N.Y.

SECOND PLACE: "The Bonfire of the Profanities"
Rachel Vance, Harrisburg, Pa.

THIRD PLACE: "The Cocky Horror Show"
Annette Entin, North Caldwell, N.J.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Cusser's Last Stand"
Gary Fenton, Winterville, N.C.

"From Here to Profanity"
Carol J. Hill, Elephant Butte, N.M.

"Turnover and Mooch"
Val Pristera, Palatine, Ill.

"Gone in 60 Expletives"
Shaun Hayes, Fountain Hill, Pa.

"Dr. No Filter"
Emily Aborn, Temple, N.H.

"10 Days of the Candor"
Tim A. Tarter, Phoenix

"Silence of the Lambaster"
Joe Whitham, Goleta, Calif.

"One Kicked Out of the Cuckoo's Nest"
Leah Pendarvis, Grayslake, Ill.

"How to Lose a Job in 10 Days"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Ind.

"Employee of the week"
Kurt Roberts, Jericho, Vt.

"Mooch Madness"
Phyllis Klein, Forest Hills, N.Y.

"Not Kelly's Hero"
Gregory Pinto, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

"Sworn In, Swore Out"
Joe Sheaff, Santa Maria, Calif.

"Breaking Badmouth"
Gerald Lasin, Deerfield, Ill.

"Gone with the Spin"
George Rose, South Daytona, Fla.

"Too Mooch, Too Soon"
Jerry Elsea, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

"The Mouth that Roared"
Bob Canning, Petaluma, Calif.

"Vulgarian out the Gate"
Irene Reiner, Young Harris, Ga.