Getting into speak easy

Alright, I'm back in 1931 in Hill Valley where I'm supposed to go back to the new speak easy and I'm having a bit of trouble trying to get myself in the door with Matches asking me these questions.

How do I correctly answer him to gain access into the speak easy?

Thanks for any help you can give me :)


  • edited February 2011
    Maybe you found a note on the bar at some earlier point in the game. It contains a very clear hint on how to solve this puzzle.
  • edited February 2011
    You can't go back and get that note, but the pattern is not hard to figure out. Watch a few other patrons enter, and pay close attention to the questions and the answers. If you still need help...
    The beginning of the answer must have the same word/partial word as the end of the question.
  • edited February 2011
    omfg this section is really annoying
  • edited February 2011
    Who let you come to my door?

    Doris Day.

    What will you do if I send you away?

    Wait til Wednesday.

    Where were you born?


    I hope this helps.
  • edited February 2011
    It won't, because the questions are random.
  • edited February 2011
    That is true but the pattern remains the same.
  • edited February 2011
    Something to keep in mind that I missed on my first few attempts is that there are many options to choose from, and not just the four or whatever shown. The down arrow initially escaped notice.
  • edited February 2011
    Wasn't this puzzle used in one of the Monkey Island games? :-) It baffled me at first but when I looked at the note I got it AND I remembered I'd seen it before.
  • edited February 2011
    i just used trial & error and memorized some of the questions & anwers.
  • edited February 2011
    ReDi, you're thinking of the gambling club puzzle on Phatt Island. It's got similarities but works from a very different angle. "If this is three (shows five fingers), what's this (shows two fingers)?" I won't say the answer just to bug the people who never played Monkey Island.

    Also, Cyphox, that sounds like a really boring way to do it. The pattern was a lot easier to figure out if you had that helpful sheet from the under-renovation speakeasy.
  • edited March 2011
    I'm stuck at this part too. i guess ill try it again.
  • edited March 2011
    ReDi wrote: »
    Wasn't this puzzle used in one of the Monkey Island games? :-) It baffled me at first but when I looked at the note I got it AND I remembered I'd seen it before.

    Yes, this is a near re-hash of the "if this is (blank), then this is...?" puzzle from Monkey 2.
  • edited March 2011
    The only think you have to worry about is the last word of the phrase coming from the doorman. Also, thankfully, you only have to do this puzzle once.
  • edited March 2011
    Another tip for your next play through, if it isn't nailed down, take it.
  • edited April 2011
    I never grabbed the note, but figured out the wordplay easily enough. The "look over the counter" option seemed a little too risky in that scene.
  • edited January 2014

    Q: What will you do if I break your leg?

    A: Leggo your Eggo.

    Q: What will you do if I let you inside?

    A: Sidle up to your boss.

    Q: What will you do if there's a raid?

    A: Radio for help.

    Q: What will you do tomorrow?

    A: Row my boat.

    Q: What will you do when I send you away?

    A: Wait until Wednesday.

    Q: Where are you going?

    A: Inglewood.

    Q: Where did you come from?

    A: From Russia, with love.

    Q: Where do you live?

    A: Livermore.

    Q: Where do you want to be tomorrow?

    A: Rome.

    Q: Where you born?

    A: Borneo.

    Q: Who died and made you boss?

    A: Boss Hogg.

    Q: Who gave you the right to knock on my door?

    A: Doris Day.

    Q: Who is the King of Siam?

    A: Am I.

    Q: Who said you were worthy?

    A: The old gray mare.

    Q: Who told you to come here?

    A: Hieronymous Bosch.

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