This week's question: Edinburgh Zoo has suspended its panda-breeding program because pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang have expressed absolutely no interest in getting intimate. If Hollywood were to make a romantic comedy about two mismatched pandas who get thrown together, what could it call the film?
THE WINNER: "Lack of Basic Instinct"
Justin Glover, Petaluma, Calif.
SECOND PLACE: "Tian-Tian Things I Hate About You"
Derren Raser, San Diego
THIRD PLACE: "Much Bamboo About Nothing"
Jake Miller, Camp Hill, Penn.
"How to Lose a Species in 10 Days"
Mike Meredith, Seattle, Wash.
"No Sex In The City Zoo"
Barbara Ficklin, Pinehurst, N.C.
"The Unbearable Sadness of Breeding"
Arlene Gilbert, San Diego
"He's Just Not That Into Yang Guang"
Nicole Labruto, Baltimore
"Kung Fused Pandas"
Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Fla.
"Sexless in Scotland"
Louisa Avery, Raleigh, N.C.
"No Sex Please, We’re Pandas"
Diane G. Kercher, Tampa, Fla.
Ron Rolley, West Lafayette, Ind.
Barbara James, Bedford, Mass.
"Meets, Snubs and Leaves"
Elizabeth Flynn, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Brian Dunn, Farmington, Penn.
"It’s Not Eucalyptus, It’s Me"
Richard Mathews, Lowell, Mass.
"Fifty Shades of Black and White"
Richard Majer, Edmonds, Wash.
"The Sad News Bears"
Sandra Henry, Fayetteville, N.Y.
"Chaste by a Bear"
David I. Levine, Lafayette, Calif.
"He’s Just Not That Into Bamboo"
Frank-Raymond Piña, Cathedral City, Calif.
"The Last Kin of Scotland"
Paul Fracassa, Detroit
James Colvin, Menomonie, Wis.