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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.
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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."
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First-generation Americans Melody, Dujon and Cami compete for a chance to pay off their student loan debts while helping General Don Roger remember how to have sex; finding out which state is "America's Skin."
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A nail-biting surprise ending awaits contestants Christine, Ivanna and Ryhan who give back to their communities; Michael's money actually talks; the contestants reveal their preferred slang terms for their rear ends.
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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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