Sorry if this seems like I am wringing this subject dry of any interest whatsoever, but I'm still wondering about the cog golf restock game. I ran two middle sixes yesterday with Sally B. As we played the Bust a Move, I tried to watch what gags I got for solving games. (Of course I totally forgot the whole come-in-with-60-gags thing.) I probably played a little slower than usual, because of watching. I noticed that I got a "bonus" gag at the end of the game, even though someone else solved the last puzzle. So in addition to getting gags for solving puzzles, everyone who plays gets a gag at the "Success!" I also noticed that I was getting fogs even though I never saw a fog as an award, I'd get a whole cream pie or a seltzer, but there I was with 3 fogs again. So somehow I was getting gags I didn't know about. Actually we ended up running out of elephant trunks before anyone ran out of fogs. What I'd like to suggest, and I don't know if anyone else is as curious about this as I am, is that a few volunteers and I go through a middle six -- not someone who desperately needs options or wants to hurry through, please -- and play the Bust-a-Move each time, keeping track of the gags we are told we get and what we actually get. This may involve screen shots of our gag screens before and after, I don't know. Anyone who has a suggestion on how best to conduct this experiment is welcome to post it. What do you think? Is this information totally irrelevant because it's pretty random anyway? Are there any takers on the experimental middle six? What good can possibly come from all this?