This week's question: Federal prosecutors have charged 33 wealthy parents with allegedly using bribes, faked test scores, and phony athletic achievements to secure their kids' admission to elite colleges. If Hollywood were to make a comedy about an elite couple trying to buy their underperforming offspring's way into an Ivy League school, what could it be titled?
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THE WINNER: "Ferris Bueller's Pay Off"
Stacey Baker, Twin Peaks, California
SECOND PLACE: "Faking and Entering"
Jeff R. Patterson, Nashville
THIRD PLACE: "Father of the Bribe"
Barbara James, Bedford, Massachusetts
"Seven Bribes by Seven Mothers"
Billy Riback, Los Angeles
"The Princess' Bribe"
Alan Martin, Park Ridge, Illinois
"You've Got Yale!"
Paul Anderson, Franklin, Tennessee
"Admission: Quite Possible"
Joe Frank, Scottsdale, Arizona
"Lie School Musical"
Christopher Kupst, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
"Admissions of Gilt"
Steve Cobb, San Marino, California
Andru J. Reeve, Waterford, Virginia
"An Ivy League of Their Own"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Debbie Krawczyk, Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania
"Exotic Animal House"
Sarah M. Vatterott, Esq., St. Louis, Missouri
"Good Will Haggling"
Jessica Davis, Santa Clara, California
"How to Succeed in College Without Really Trying"
Doug Johnston, Erie, Pennsylvania
"The Folly and the Ivy"
Susan Crisafulli, North Beach, Maryland
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