Rowan from Asheville, North Carolina is listening closely on WCQS:
Every so often in rounds two and four, the host will explain the rounds by stating that each person will receive a card with a definition on it. Only one of them has the real definition. The other two will receive blank cards. Those poor souls will have a few seconds to make up a definition good enough to fool the other team. A card cannot be blank, but also have a definition on it. I think you must have been making a mistake with your words.
As a matter of fact, Richard mentions this at the start of round 2 in SY-714: “You know, somebody called me from Seattle, Washington, to tell me that if everyone receives a card defining a word, then how can two of them be blank? Now, I’ve been saying this for nine years, and somebody finally writes in?!”
Then he laughed and went right on doing it his way.