Milbury and McGuire Try To Solve a SudokuShareThis
Mike Milbury and Pierre McGuire try to solve a sudoku, the transcript:
Pierre: You see what’s happening here, Mike, is they’ve given us the “medium” level Sudoku to solve right off the top. MEDIUM. That’s how advanced these guys know we are. Our first ever attempt at solving a Sudoku, but they’ve seen the passion and drive in which we work, and know we could solve a medium right off the top. At only 49 years of age. FOURTY-NINE!
Mike: One thing you have to like about the Sudoku book is the answers section in the back. While most Europeans doddle around, looking for answers and thinking through strategy, the North American players know to cut to the back, find the answers, and do it the right way.
Pierre: This kid Milbury was drafted to do Sudoku’s out of Boston at seven years old, but was so good at punching teachers they turned him into a hockey player first – never got a chance to fulfill his destiny as a Sudoker, but just look at him go – heading straight to the corners of that big square and immediately filling in answers from the back.
Mike: Look, I disagree with you there –
Pierre: – You can see what Milbury’s thinking there—wait, what?
Mike: Oh. I dunno, I wasn’t really listening, just figured it was time to say that.
Pierre: Lookit the heart on this Milbury kid – not even into his third line of the conversation and already gettin’ in guys faces. This kid is no-holds barred. He’s a star. Should crack the under-60 team this year.
Mike: I finished. The answers were all right here. *shows back page*
Pierre: YEARS OF AGE! HEART! CAAANAAADIAAAN!