“How many times is she going to watch that Duke-UNC game?”

For a quiz-maker, it doesn’t get much better than this:

Twelve percent of quiz-takers thought the restaurant asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take its minimum wage dispute with employees was Maxim’s, the Paris bistro known for its Art Nouveau collection. The correct answer, In-N-Out Burger, was selected by 39 percent of readers in what turned out to be the hardest question of last week’s challenge.

But don’t hang your heads. More than 90 percent of quiz-takers knew (or correctly guessed) that the U.S. Supreme Court vacated a Ninth Circuit ruling in a significant employment case because one of the circuit judges died before the decision was issued. You also aced questions on the AT&T/Time Warner deal and Brexit.

And an impressive 63 percent picked “Kramer v. Kramer” as the rare legal movie to go home with the Best Picture award at the Oscars.

This week, we have exploding shoes, a famous unhappy lawyer and another movie—courtesy of a federal judge’s citation. Good luck!