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Yes, yes, I did it. I killed Mr. Boddy in the BILLIARD ROOM, with the WRENCH, because he never paid me my author's advance, and as Thomas Fuller said, "God makes, and apparel shapes, but it's money that finishes the man."

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You don't really nedd to have seen the show before to get it, it was all logic.

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Now for a simpler one than my last one:

If you are playing a version of Clue or Cluedo and you are holding in your hand the Poison and the Hall cards, among others, what version are you playing?
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50th Anniversary?

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that question has more than one answer, 50th, limited gift addition, etc
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actually, the Limited Gift edition didn't have exactly a POISON weapon, but more so a cup that a poisoned drink could've been put in.

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true, then i guess it is 50th
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well, CMustard, is 50th right?

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well seeing as theres no other possible answer and its not a trick ? cause he even said it was easy so i'd go for it, an if you weren't right (which i don't see how you couldn't be) someone else would just have to get his ? simple as that
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Okay. No riddles this time for the sake of the lazy-brained.

Okay, this one will take the effort of putting the DVD or VHS into its player, playing it, and doing a mathematical equation.

According to Mrs. Ho, dinner is to be served at 7:30, presumably PM since that is when people eat dinner. If the movie plays out in real time, at what time does the first murder, Mr. Boddy hit with candlestick, occur?

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I hate math!!! :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

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So do I...yet, for some reason, it comes easy to me. That's why I have an A in my Algebra I class.

I don't know where all of you are from, but we learned time problems like this in the 5th grade. If this is the same for you, then it should be easy.

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BTW: This should be easier for those who have a counter on their VCR or dVD player, as you can look at that for the current time. VCR might be easier because the counter can be reset at any point during the tape, but the DVD just has its little digital display.

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The movie most certainly could not represent real time. If that were the case, Mr. Boddy would have been murdered at 7:55pm.

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New Question: Lady Emily Boddy is/was an accomplished player of what instrument?
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HINT: She was also an amateur Egyptologist.

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Why she accomplished the pianoforte :D
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Yes! You are correct. (That information, by the way, comes from the Franklin Mint Clue game.)

Please post the next trivia question, Cluedokid25.

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In the franklin mint clue, who has a pleasingly quick laugh?
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:? Miss Scarlet

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cccccccccccoorrrrrrrrect!
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