This week's question: Guards at an Irish prison recently discovered a trove of empty containers from a local Chinese restaurant in an exercise yard trash-can and deduced that the food was likely delivered by drone. If a tech firm were to launch an app for inmates hungry for drone-delivered meals, what name could it give the service?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Smoked lobster

RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "Incarcer-Ate"
Rob Huffman, Fredericksburg, Virginia

SECOND PLACE: "Cell Service"
P.J. Tone, Greenwich, Connecticut

THIRD PLACE: "Orange Is the New Blue Apron"
Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Florida

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Amazon Crime"
Laurel Wroten, Petaluma, California

"SlopDrop"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Take Out Without the Break Out"
Jared Edwards, Weatherford, Oklahoma

"Slammerzon"
James Smith, Brooklyn, New York

"Table to Farm"
Haley Johnson, College Station, Texas

"Serving Time"
Sandra & Martin Rosencrans, Laguna Woods, California

"Pen-E-Treat"
Elizabeth Grant, San Francisco

"Gruel Pigeon"
Dan Silver, Bennington, Vermont

"Cooks for Crooks"
Stephanie Sarich, Minnetonka, Minnesota

"IncarcerEats"
Drew Fagan, Gualala, California

"InNotOutBurgers"
Bob Canning, Petaluma, California

"Incarcer-Rations"
Barbara James, Bedford, Massachusettes

"Taste of Freedom"
Cindy Wespestad, Voorheesville, New York

"Jailhouse Wok"
Skip Flanagan, Roseville, California