This celebrity goo was created by player Chris Lemler.
Scott Hardie provided the category, made minor changes to the clue provided by Chris, and wrote the explanation.

publication date: Thursday, February 11, 2010 (part of Round XLII)

category: Movies

clue: If you can solve the number to this combination lock, then you will be able to build on your biggest tower.

explanation: Bigelow directed The Hurt Locker. The word "biggest" was a play on her last name. more…

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, LaVonne Lemler, Samir Mehta, Richard Slominsky, Justin Woods, Denise Sawicki, Amy Austin, Aaron Shurtleff, Ryan Dunn, and Walter Chesser

trivia: The goo game had a policy of only allowing one request per player per round at this point in the game, and Chris's request for Tim Tebow had already appeared earlier in the round. However, Bigelow's Oscar nomination made her a perfect fit for the round, and Scott asked Chris's permission to publish two of his requests as a special occasion. Chris had requested the goo some time earlier, shortly before The Hurt Locker's original release.

Oscars Week 2010 This goo was part of Oscars Week 2010.



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