In season four of Parks and Recreation, Paul Rudd plays a wealthy businessman named Bobby Newport who runs for city council because he's looking for something "easy" to do. He is asked during a debate how he'd fix the town. His answer: "I have no idea." Still, the audience goes wild, much to the frustration of his rival, Leslie Knope.

It's funny because it's relatable. Sooner or later, we all may encounter a Bobby Newport. What is it about an elite upbringing that seems to make people feel qualified for tasks where they have little experience? This is one of