This week's question: A Silicon Valley CEO recently posted a 1,061-word ad online for a nanny, explaining she was seeking someone who could cook organically, drive in the snow, ski and swim, teach math, and "strategically" plan vacations. If Hollywood were to make a movie about the super-nanny who gets this gig, what title could it give the film?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Eat kibble


THE WINNER: "Nanny G.O.A.T."
Ann Trodello, Fitchburg, Massachusetts

SECOND PLACE: "Mrs. Onfire"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

Chris Wilsey, Raleigh, North Carolina


Tim Mistele, Coral Gables, Florida

"Nanny McPhD"
Chris Wilsey, Raleigh, North Carolina

"Nanny McPheenomenal"
Carole Papapietro, Port Jefferson, New York

"Nanny McGyver"
Phil Healey, Denver

"A Nanny for All Reasons"
Peter Prinz, Greenville, South Carolina

"Nanny McBig Fee"
Rich Wolf, Westminster, Maryland

Jeff Holmes, St. Paul, Minnesota

"Renaissance Nan"
Jeff R. Patterson, Nashville, Tennessee

"101 Vocations"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pennsylvania

"The Beyond Compare Au Pair"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina