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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 Elise, Brett and Alex tweeted at the show and are now competing for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; time traveler Gen. Don Roger warps into the studio in the name of jalapeño poppers.
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Lauren, Keegan and Brin compete to pay off their student loan debts by answering questions about poets with sick-ass tattoos; the country's laziest politician stops by; contestants are quizzed about fad diets and dance crazes.
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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 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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College graduates Ayanna, Nick and Shannon compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Michael tries unsuccessfully to get a contestant to curse on TV and finds out the best way to piss off one's parents.
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College graduates Jen, Jimmy and Shaniqua compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Michael's neighbor, Mr. Old Man, barges in to give everyone a piece of his mind; the contestants share the worst smells in their dorm rooms.
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College graduates Joennis, Josh and Ashley compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Michael's robot understudy, MT1000, shows up to learn more about human psychology and over-analyzes Michael's hosting performance.
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College graduates Sean, Trasee and Kevin use their best French accents for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Don Roger comes back from the future; Michael shares his dance moves; the poll reveals the best place to break up with someone.
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Contestants RJ, Rachel and Thomas compete for a chance to pay off their student debt; Michael's grouchy neighbor Mr. Old Man comes to slap some good ole American sense into the contestants; the strangest places to have sex.
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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 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 Katie, Jeremy and Ruthie try their jazz hands at a chance to pay off their student loan debts, and Sen. Schlabsky needs help to pass a bill; finding out if "finikia" is a cookie or an old-fashioned term for sex.
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College graduates Cristian, Michael and McKenzie say "I Do" for the chance to pay off their student debts so they can finally afford to marry their romantic partners; a poll reveals people's biggest college regrets.
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College graduates Meme, Jordan and Betty compete for a chance to pay off their student debts; Michael's robot understudy, MT1000, is back to get under his skin; the contestants share their best hangover cures.
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College grads Tiffany, Cory and Kathleen compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debt. Plus, special guests Shaq, Chuck, Kenny and Ernie from Inside the NBA help answer math questions in the dumbest way possible.
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College grads Adorée, Fabio and Caitlin compete to pay off their student loan debts so they can move out of their parents' homes; they strive to distinguish surfer slang from lingerie brands, while being distracted by their parents wrestling.
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College graduates Hamadi, Pamela and Muntarin try to baby talk their way to a chance at paying off their student loan debt and reveal what they'd do during the apocalypse; Gen. Don Roger shows off some tush-tightening moves.
aired 66 days ago
Three college graduates saddled with student debt are challenged with fast-paced trivia questions that test the depth of their degrees, with one lucky winner getting the chance to have their student debt paid off.
aired 71 days ago
Three college graduates saddled with student debt are challenged with fast-paced trivia questions that test the depth of their degrees, with one lucky winner getting the chance to have their student debt paid off.
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Contestants Matt, Katie and Eric channel their inner potheads for a chance to pay off their student loan debts; Michael's dazed friend Bianca stops by to debut her new boots; a contestants says "tooty" and "booty."
aired 77 days ago
Three college graduates saddled with student debt are challenged with fast-paced trivia questions that test the depth of their degrees, with one lucky winner getting the chance to have their student debt paid off.

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