You guys ready for some results?
I did not receive entries from Alicia, Amerah or Mary. That means there were a total of 8 entries to work with.
So let's start off with the correct answers, as well as the number of people who answered each one correctly.
1. Cable TV 6
2. Bankrupt 5
3. Conan O'Brien 6
4. Michael Jackson 6
5. Buddy Holly 6
6. The Food Album 7
7. Couch Potato 6
8. In 3-D 6
9. OJ Simpson 5
10. Alapalooza 6
11. The Who 5
12. Billy Joel and Nirvana 6
13. Red snapper 6
14. Lasagna 7
15. Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies* 6
Now let's take a look at everyone's predicted number of correct answers (dingo did not submit a guess for #9):
Alright, so now we'll look at the differences between the actual number of correct answers vs. your predictions. Remember, it doesn't matter whether you were high or low--so for #14 for example, if you guessed 6 or 8, you were 1 point off.
There were a lot of close scores, but two people had 31, the lowest (and therefore most accurate) score: Elvis and Mystik Tomato
. We have a tie!
As per the instructions, the tie will be broken by the player with the highest score. That would be Killingsworth
, with 53.
So here's how we'll go about doing this: Chris and Dave will have until tomorrow, Monday, March 19 at 7 PM EDT
, to post a plea in this topic, telling/asking/demanding/etc. as to why Casey should award them immunity over the other. After they have both posted their pleas, Casey will have until tomorrow night at midnight EDT
to post his decision in this topic. (Obviously, if both Chris and Dave post their statements earlier than the deadline, Casey can post his decision early too. But Casey cannot post his decision beforehand, unless the 7 PM EDT deadline passes.)
If other players wish to make a case for Chris or Dave, you may do so via PM to Casey or in the Chitchat topic.
Also, if anyone notices a math discrepancy of some sort (obviously I did the calculations in Excel but who knows), please point it out as soon as possible.