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This trivia game show is hosted by actor/comic Michael Torpey, who has the outlandish idea that he can do something about out-of-control student debt. Each episode challenges three lucky college graduates -- saddled with student debt -- to test the depth of their degrees in a fun, fast-paced environment. One fortunate winner then gets a chance to have his or her student loan paid off.

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College graduates Michelle, Soojin and Sarah compete to pay off their student loans by answering questions about world currencies and celebrities; a poll reveals how long people can go without a shower.
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College graduates Mariano, Shatiana and Chris compete to pay off their debt; time traveler Gen. Don Roger comes back from the future asking about environmental science; a poll reveals which country is the sexiest.
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Medical professionals Jess, Karleen and Katie Jo must pay off their debt to further their education; Michael's ex-dance partner belts out Broadway tunes; a poll reveals what people do without clean underwear.
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Michelle, Austin and Jasmine compete to pay off their student debt while using British accents; Michael's pal reveals which organs he has had removed; contestants decipher between Renaissance painters or types of pasta.
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College grads Ada, Isadora and Chad compete for a chance to pay off their student debt; Gen. Don Roger asks science questions and contestants decide whether a title is a Bruce Willis movie or Bruce Springsteen song.
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Anthony, Dewana and Whitney compete for a chance to pay off their student debt; Ralph gets help identifying organs; a poll reveals the reasons people swipe left on Tinder.
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College grads Jason, Amanda and Kenisha compete for a chance to pay off their student debt; Michael shares his daughter's finger paintings; contestants decide whether a nickname is from a cereal mascot or a professional boxer.
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College graduates Heather, Kamilah and Steven compete to pay off their debts; a poll shows what men hide from women in their rooms; contestants decide if the answer is Brad Pitt, a Chicago Bull or Pitbull.
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New parents Brionte, Sherin and Anthony compete for a chance to pay off their student debts; Michael's ex-dance partner, Janet, performs crazy show tunes; a poll of 100 college graduates reveals the oddest campus locations for sex.
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College graduates Adaeze, Caitlin and Jerrod compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Michael needs help sorting through pictures of mountain ranges; Gen. Don Roger comes back from the future; "rocking horse" terminology.
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College grads Richie, Gitory and Erin compete for a chance to pay off their student loans; Michael's ex-dance partner plays "Name That Musical"; a poll reveals how to cope with a breakup; "Dog or Not a Dog."
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College grads Jerrod, Alex and Makita compete to pay off their student loan debt by solving math problems and identifying pop songs; a poll reveals the top five relationship deal breakers for women.
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College graduates Zach, Paul and Breanna compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Michael's fellow theater major, Clemency, spoils Shakespeare; a poll reveals which numbers college graduates are least likely to share on a first date.
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Teachers Dana, Ryan and Tiara compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; terrible insult comic Alan Jones slays the animal kingdom; a poll reveals the last thing parents want to find in their kid's dorm room; real doctor vs. TV doctor.
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College graduates Lace, Mat and Jodeci compete for a chance to pay off their entire student debts; General Don Roger travels from the future; the polling question reveals the average length of a sexual dry spell.
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College graduates compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; an insult comic shows up to roast Michael as well as the solar system; our poll reveals the five best dates for under $10.

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