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This week's question: A "bored" security guard at an art gallery in Yekaterinburg, Russia used a ballpoint pen to add eyes to two faceless people in a $1 million painting. The painting's original name was Three Figures; what should it be called now?

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THE WINNER: "Only Have Eyes for Two"

Paul Anderson, Franklin, Tennessee

SECOND PLACE: "With Eyes from a Beholder''

Drew Bennett, Rogers, Arkansas

THIRD PLACE: "(Now Worth Only) Three Figures"

Charles R. Meek, San Angelo, Texas

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"Third Guy Blind"

Steven Hendricks, Sun Lakes, Arizona

"Eyes, Eyes, Baby"

Bruce Carlson, Alexandria, Virginia

"Don't It Make Your Blank Eyes Blue?"

Keith Zauner, Winneconne, Wisconsin

"VandalEyes"

Rick Torrence, The Village, Oklahoma

"The Night Watchers"

Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"The Blind Leading The Formerly Blind"

Daniel Hicks, Randolph, Massachusetts

"We See, But Don't Hear or Speak Evil"

Peter Luippold, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

"O, Pen Your Eyes!"

Jeff Lowery, Monroe, Washington

"Site for Four Eyes"

Chapin Day, Gig Harbor, Washington

"Art Depreciation Class"

Lidia Zidik, Reading, Pennsylvania

"Guard Gave Us Eyes to See"

Robert Sult, Brooklyn, New York

"Security Details"

Steven Hall, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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