We don’t actually have all the votes, but I’m fairly certain we never will have, so let’s do this:

Goose (self)

Goose – what’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

Goose – because he played “duck, duck” so often.


Goose – it’s time for him to spread his wings and fly.

By a vote of five to zero, GARY “GOOSE” MURDOCK finds himself free of detention. JESSE VANCE was pretty engaged in this game up until about 12 days ago, at which time he apparently headed south for the summer … or something. Anyway, now we have perfect symmetry, which pleases my tiny little bit of OCD.


Does Barry Manilow know you raid his wardrobe?”

Unlike me, who only aspires to dress like Barry, you’re going to go on an actual raid and snag yourselves some Manilow duds.

Here is the closet in question:


There are 64 drawers. Barry has a lot of clothes. This challenge will consist of two separate raids on the closet. The first turn will be reconnaissance only. Each person will pick four drawers to rifle through. Each drawer has five articles of clothing in them. Just FYI – the drawers are set up randomly; you can’t assume socks are in a drawer next to shoes – Barry doesn’t roll like that.

Submit the coordinate of the drawer you wish to view (i.e., B3) and you will be informed of the entire contents of the drawer.  Let’s have these submissions be a one-time, no changes, and entirely in your diary rooms, please. There is only one drawer each of silver and gold chains; two drawers with sunglasses and watches and one drawer containing hair gel. These finishing touches are of course, worth extra points. They do NOT count, however, if you do not put together a complete outfit.

The second night will be the actual raid. Each raider will have just enough time to grab three items from three separate drawers. First come, first serve. These requests can be one drawer at a time or all at once, but also entirely in your diary rooms. So if you ask for black shoes and they are already gone, random.org will decide the pair of shoes you receive. “But the deadline is 9:00 Central!” you might whine. That doesn’t mean you can’t send in your requests any time after your first raid. You’ll have to decide if you want to try and snatch stuff up right away, or wait and talk to others first. It’s a conundrum!

The object is to put together the best outfit(s) you can with the information you gather and/or glean from other raiders. Extra points (50) will be awarded for a completely monochromatic outfit. It is certainly possible to put together two outfits.

You will need:

  • Socks (3 points)
  • Shoes (5 points)
  • Pants    (6 points)
  • Shirt (4 points)
  • Jacket (8 points)


  • Shades – (5 points)
  • A gold chain – (10 points)
  • A silver chain – (7 points)
  • Silver Watch- (7 points)
  • Gold Watch – (10 points)
  • Hair Gel – (3 points)

Once your clique has assemble their ensemble(s), one person should submit it. No changes, so really mean it when you submit. Low point total means you send a student home. A tie for last place means two teams get to vote someone out so try not to do that.

Send your drawers for rifling by Monday night at 9:00 p.m. Central.