This week's question: A British pub has come up with a novel way of enforcing social distancing: an electric fence between bartenders and patrons. The fence isn't usually live, said the landlord of the Star Inn, but "it can be turned on." If you were to rename this pub to reflect its electrifying distancing technology, what would you call it?

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RESULTS:

THE WINNER: "The Plugged Inn"
Skip Flanagan, Roseville, California

SECOND PLACE: "The Crown Joule"
Matt Mistele & Janet Coleman-Belin, Palo Alto, California

THIRD PLACE: "The Watt-ering Hole"
Jason Kuller, Bethesda, Maryland

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"The Spark Easy"
Barbara Harman, Concord, California

"The Zap Tap"
Beth Cedarholm, River Falls, Wisconsin

"Charge Inn"
Michael Grossman, San Dimas, California

"Watt-a-Bar"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana

"Watts Happinin'"
George Rose, South Daytona, Florida

"Bolt from the Brew"
Robert Childrez, Kings Mountain, North Carolina

"Juice & Juice"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Watts Your Pleasure?"
Michael Grossman, San Dimas, California

"Taser Tavern"
Sara Weiss, Seattle

"T.G.I. Faraday's"
Michael Rouse, Troy, Michigan

"Shots and Shocks"
Glenn Terrell, Minnetonka, Minnesota