That particular game didn't come to mind because, well, the directness seems less conspiratorial and more highway robberish in nature
I will say that DVbp's post was provocative enough that I not only viewed a couple more videos but read a rather interesting Congressional Research Service report on the subject of incarceration of those who are being coerced to pay child support. It does go to the issue of what makes sense and doesn't in the collection of child support which is more broadly applied than I was immediately aware.
Child Support enforcement was initially limited to children whose custodial parent was on welfare but by the late 1970s had been extended to all parents who request the state do the job of collecting because of non-payment.
The report does make the suggestion that the current system relies too heavily on incarceration snagging the few 'deadbeat' dads but a significantly larger number of just poor dads and confounds and complicates their ability to pay by incarceration by both civil and criminal sanctions - often based on contempt of court.
Further it suggests that some of the arrears could be mitigated by the dads providing child care services which earn credit against child support payments, which seems imminently sensible when it makes sense.
Here is the link to the well annotated brief which, being a CRS publication, is relatively unbiased in its review. In that same location (greenbook for the House Ways and Means committee, which ordered the report from the Library of Congress, there is a relatively exhaustive legislative history of the child support collection system, its reimbursement ratios which change with the congress, and the expansion and centralization of the enforcement process.)
One thing I did notice is that while there were audit procedures enacted in the original legislation and those procedures were intensified later; most auditing of programs were repealed by the early 1980s.
Frankly, it would seem that the house oversight committees resources would have been much better spent on behalf of the average American citizen had their efforts been directed at oversight of programs of this type than by holding eleven different investigations of Benghazi; the only reasonable explanation for the final ten having been an effort to knock HRC's approval ratings from over 67% to a level that virtually assured we'd get an unknown ass in the white house.
As an aside, there were a variety of quotes in some of the videos, one of which cited Shakespeare, however they left off possibly the most incendiary quote from the bard - that being "First, kill all the lawyers" for which I give them credit.