It is 2018, so more news stories unfolded between Monday at 9 a.m. and Friday at noon than were documented during the entirety of the 1500s. By Wednesday or so, Washington and American politics had been subjected to more breaking stories and new developments than George Washington experienced in his life, and this is the guy who chopped down a cherry tree, lost Fort Necessity and did a few other things in the years that followed. This may be an exaggeration, but you will agree it does not feel like one.

If you are like many Americans, you spent at least some part of this week watching the news on one of the three major networks, CNN, Fox News or MSNBC. And, if you are like most Americans, you understand the lens through which the week’s news unfolded on those three networks varies drastically from one to the next.

To illustrate that, we did something both time-consuming and un-fun: We watched (skimmed) through the major prime-time shows on each network from Monday through Thursday, picking out interesting graphics and lower-thirds (often called chyrons) to see if we could capture the distinct points of view each network offered.

Reader, it was not difficult.

Below are 20 graphics or chyrons that we’ve stripped of their network identification. Our challenge to you is to correctly identify the network on which it appeared. After you are done, CNN’s Anderson Cooper will evaluate your score in GIF form (via Giphy).

The real question is this: Who is the real winner, the person who does well on this quiz, or the person who does poorly?

Quiz not showing up? Newscaster icon is “User” by David from the Noun Project.