This week's question: A woman in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou went to a man's house for a blind date — and found herself stuck there for days because of a sudden COVID lockdown. The man wasn't a great conversationalist, she reported, and his cooking was "mediocre." If Hollywood were to make a rom-com about love blossoming during lockdown, what should the film be titled?
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THE WINNER: "Groundhog Date"
David Kolb, Tesuque, N.M.
SECOND PLACE: "Guess Who's Staying for Dinner"
Sid Burgreen, Garden City, N.Y.
THIRD PLACE: "Baby, it's COVID Outside"
Marlo Warburton, Emeryville, Calif.
Caleb Kostechka, Eugene, Ore.
"Fifty Shades of Stay"
Diane Ross, Lafayette Hill, Penn.
"I Can't Lose a Guy for 10 Days"
John Holler, Clearwater, Minn.
"No Roamin' Holiday"
Jesse Rifkin, Arlington, Va.
"50 Last Dates"
Pam Bucknam Hale, Concord, Mass.
"Four Lockdowns and a Wedding"
Nancy Schroeder, Auburn, Calif.
Janine Witte, Doylestown, Penn.
John Sweeney, Waynesburg, Penn.
"When Harry Got Stuck with Sally"
Cary Wiger, New Albany, Ind.
"It Happened One Blight"
Mike Reiss, New York, N.Y.