Detectives Play Clue

Detectives Play Clue


– My name is Bradley A. Fanner, I’m a private investigator
from Modesto, California. – I’m Investigator Maki Kudaka, I specialize in criminal
defense and surveillance. – I’m Investigator Tim Helton from Tim Helton Investigations. I never played Clue as a kid and this is gonna be a unique opportunity. (door creaking) (woman screams) (old fashioned mystery music) (footsteps) – I say what better way to show who the world’s greatest investigator is than a friendly game of Clue. (suspenseful sound effects) (dice rolling) I want to suggest that this
crime was committed in the study by Mrs. White, with the lead pipe. (Maki laughs) – I suggest it was in the
kitchen by Mrs. Peacock with the candlestick. – I’m gonna make a suggestion that it is Miss Scarlet, in the kitchen with a wrench. – You should be taking good notes, Maki. – I always take good notes, Bradley. – It’s an investigator’s
most important tool. – Clue should have DNA these days, some fingerprints and–
(Bradley laughs) – Weren’t there any surveillance cameras in any of these rooms? – The crime was committed
by Colonel Mustard. – In the hall. – With the lead pipe. – Damn it. I think you’re ready to– – Make an accusation?
– [Maki] Do it. – An accusation? – Don’t pressure me. – I think it was done in the ballroom by Colonel Mustard with a wrench. Sounds like you’re MO to me. I just did some great
process of elimination that you guys didn’t see. – I think this crime was committed by Colonel Mustard – With a knife. This is getting tense. Can’t we ping everybody’s cellphone?
(Maki laughs) – Like real ready?
– See where they were at? Why are you looking at my– – Trying to get some clues here.
(Bradley laughs) – He’s trying to intimidate
you with his looks. – You need to obtain
that information legally. – Is there a limit to how many suggestions you can make before you have to– – That’s the key to
solving a murder though, is asking a lot of questions, right? – When I was a much younger guy, I got set up. They pretended my training
officer got killed with a pipe. – How many murders have you seen committed with a candlestick, in your career? – None. – None? – None. – I wonder why there isn’t
a character in this game that’s trying to feed us false information and throw us off.
(All laughing) Investigators, I’m ready
to make an accusation. (thunder) I believe this murder was
committed by Colonel Mustard with the lead pipe, in the library. – [Maki] Are you out? – I’m out. – Alright, investigators. I think I’m ready to make an accusation. (thunder) I believe it was Colonel Mustard, in the ballroom, with a lead pipe. Ballroom. Mustard. Lead pipe. (thunder and screaming) (laughs) And I win. – I’m really upset because
I know Tim cheated. – My excellent investigative skills had no bearing on this game, whatsoever. – There’s a mirror right behind me, and I know he’s looking
through the reflection. And go figure, he murdered me, too. – I mean, if this was real life, my reputation just went out the window. – I feel pretty good about it. I’m gonna miss Brad. I’m sorry, I just met Maki today, but that’s the way things go. (old fashioned mystery music) (elevator music) – It’s just so sad what’s
happening over there. – Oh, yeah. Mm-hmm. Hmm. You don’t know the half of it. (elevator music)