This week's question: After giving up his position as a working member of the British monarchy, Prince Harry is getting an office job: chief impact officer at BetterUp, a coaching and mental-health firm in Silicon Valley. If a TV network were to make a sitcom about a former royal struggling to adapt to the modern corporate workplace, what should it be titled?

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THE WINNER: "How to Succeed When You're Not Succeeding"
Roxanne Rhodes, New Port Richey, Florida

SECOND PLACE: "The Fresh Prince of Silicon Valley"
Mark Chartier, Lyme, Connecticut

THIRD PLACE: "My Kingdom for a Corner Office"
Skip Flanagan, Roseville, California


"Monarch in the Middle Management"
Jeff Matriccino, Charlottesville, Vermont

"From Throne to Drone"
Rebecca Burgan, Petaluma, California

"Little Lord Copy-Boy"
Julianna Labruto, Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey

"The Secret of My Sussex"
Amy Torchinsky, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

"Throne Down to Earth"
Meghan Schwob, Minneapolis

"The King and IBM"
Helen Drake, Larkspur, California

"Mad Men and Englishmen"
Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania

"When Harry Met Salary"
Jane Cerhan, Rochester, Minnesota

"Working Earl"
Beth Nelson, Rydal, Pennsylvania

"Prince of Sales"
Bob Goulette, Shelburne, Vermont

"From Abdication to Corporation"
Shelly Quigley, North Wales, Pennsylvania

"The CIO formerly known as Prince"
Pam Rafford, New York City