Last week's question: A group of CIA contractors were fired for hacking into vending machines at the intelligence agency's offices and stealing more than $3,000 worth of food. If a movie studio were to make a spy caper about the snack snatching scheme, what should it title the film?

Click here for the results of last week's contest: Odd couple


THE WINNER: "The Man with the Stolen Gum"
Katie Rich, Oakland, Calif.

SECOND PLACE: "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Pie"
David Barclay, Northampton, Mass.

THIRD PLACE: "The Spy Who Came in for the Cold Drink"
D. Michael Eakin, Billings, Mont.


"Fridge of Spies"
Richard Grossman, Wilmington, Del.

"The Man from N.E.S.T.L.É."
Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Fla.

"The Man Who Chewed Too Much"
Colleen McEwen, Franklin, Mass.

"The Muncherian Candidate"
Neal Connelly, Arden Hills, Minn.

"Dr. No Correct Change"
Gary Farnik, Norfolk, Neb.

"The Spy Who Loved Cheetos"
Drew Filus, Studio City, Calif.

Emily Aborn, Temple, N.H.

"Nutrition Impossible"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, S.C.

"Zero Dark Chocolate"
John Parry, Eldersburg, Md.

"Live and Get Pie"
John Besnard, Irvine, Calif.

"Ocean's 7-Eleven"
Deborah Rosu, Strongsville, Ohio

"License to Carb"
Jillian Schneider, Fairfax Station, Va.

"The Hunt for Red Vines"
Kevin McConnell, Charlottesville, Va.

"Enemy of the Cake"
Gary Greene, Greenfield, Mass.

"Clear and Present Danish"
Isabelle Zucker, Salisbury, Conn.

"Diet Another Day"
Diana Smith, Eustis, Fla.

"Live and Let Di-abetes"
Marjorie Okey, Palm Desert, Calif.