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The fourth season of House of Cards dropped on Netflix last Friday, which means binge-watching fans had plenty of quality time to spend with the Underwoods at home this weekend—home, in Frank and Claire's case, being the White House.

Replicating the Oval Office is a peculiar challenge for a set designer, in part because every American has at least a vague idea of how it really looks (it's oval, for one thing!). Throughout the years, White House-set television shows have offered their own surprisingly nuanced versions of the same famous room.

This quiz will test your knowledge of how the president's workplace looked in modern-day favorites like Scandal and Veep, classics like The West Wing, and even sitcoms like That's My Bush and 1600 Penn. Can you match the fictional Oval Office to the TV show it appeared on, and trickier still, can you tell them apart from the actual Oval Office?

Molly Fitzpatrick is senior editor of Fusion's Pop & Culture section. Her interests include movies about movies, TV shows about TV shows, and movies about TV shows, but not so much TV shows about movies.