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When you think in Los Angeles I come out and I face -- 150 or 200 people this is what I'm gonna have to deal with here in Washington DC.
That is going to be very excited because of you guys and and also puts a little extra pressure on me I'm going to be nervous also.
But that's that's OK and then.
For the past.
Six months I've been sitting.
When I do.
The games because I couldn't stand because of the injury to my Achilles tendon a really when I blew that out.
And so they put the stool in.
And I've gotten used to it it see it helps because standing.
For five shows in the day and then another days -- -- to -- -- and then you have a piece of Paper here with all the yes.
Well the answer yes the game.
The game is on a sheet of Paper -- typed out and that's what.
Read off of and people often asked this -- war.
What are you writing on Paper I don't write anything I put a big acts on the clues.
As I've read them.
So that I don't go back and read that same clue again in error some contestants.
Jump all over the board right and if they do that and I don't have an X on -- I could go to the wrong box and read the clue that I say your read it from here you don't -- from up there now.
I don't I read it from here I never see that because I'm almost.
Completely turned away from that and I don't get to look at the scores all that much because I'm looking at the contestants so.
On occasion I will look up and say oh.
You're leading you know it surprised me though because I don't know how much money they've accumulated even though it's written out there because I'm so busy reading the clue itself.