Here’s my guess: One zillion dollars. Here’s this guy’s guess.
My guess it was a pile of play money covered with real money to make it look like a lot more than it really was. Oldest trick in the book.
The better game to play is “Guess how many dead silverfish are in that pile of money.”
I hate this game.
My DVR didn’t tape the finale* so UGH. I’ll say One zillion and one just in case this is price is right and it’s a higher figure and I can beat Kelly!
*I’m so annoyed this is broken in two Hobbit style (although that’s apparently 3 now).
3 and counting!
Eleventy Billion dollars.
If I was Skyler, I’d go to a poor person’s house and leave a bundle in the mailbox. Do that every day, and you’ve laundered the money and your guilt!
Ummm…I could spend $43,000,000 in ten lifetimes, easy. I could spend it in one lifetime, super easy. So no way is that the correct answer. Because Skylar said they couldn’t spend it in 10 lifetimes. I rest my case.
It could be more than $43 million. He forgets about $100 bills, but I’ve definitely seen bundles of those ($10.000 a bundle) when the lawyer put them in safe deposit boxes. So the upper limit would be closer to $90 million (91.8 if the stack is 45 bundles high).
It’s a billion dollars. With a “B”.
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