but you read every paper before you guess that number.
Pulling this sort of trick off requires enough slight of hand to switch papers without being seen.
See full summary » Warren Fairbanks is a gay Greenwich Village writer. Whoever writes for this show (I keep telling myself to see who the writers are so I can remember but I keep forgetting) are superb!
His sexual orientation isn't suspected initially by the fellow who has responded to his newspaper ad for a new roommate. I also have to rave about Mapa and De Luise who star as the extreme versions of a gay and straight man respectively - I literally role around on the floor when they do their stuff.
You then go around the circle, guessing everyone’s number.
One fun one with a small group is to have everyone right down a number on a blank, identical scrap of paper, then fold it in half.For example, another classic: “You and I would not get along, we’re too alike!