Miss Alli: Uh-huh.
Bill: Once that happened, and it's all arranged, and everyone agrees, 'cause -- I sort of ran it by the two contestants that were there, and got a consensus that yes, that was a good idea...
Joe: And I was there with you.
Bill: Yeah, Joe was there the whole time. They printed out the tickets, and then it got really complicated, because they had trouble -- the computer went down midway through the printing process. The tickets came out, they were in -- just jumbled order.
Joe: No, no -- when the tickets came out, number one, we didn't know any of the last names of the camera crews or the sound men, so we're really kind of getting tickets for about 50, 60 people. And we had given them information about which four people were together -- like, Bartek, Baldassare, and the names of our two crew people and stuff, for us. And when all the tickets came out -- the computer was down, and when they got the computer running again, all the tickets came out in alphabetical order.
Bill: That's right, they were alphabetized.
Joe: And everybody had their own stateroom, with a door number, and then instead of getting a key, you just had, like, a little piece of paper the size of a credit card, with a four-digit door code. It was all electronic to open up the doors, so everybody had to be in the correct stateroom with your sound people.