The funny sentences the spellers get are sometimes uproarious. Other times, they just cause you to shake your head.
That's what speller 62, Joel Miles, did when he word the sentence for bloviator:
"Joaquin learned to deal with the bloviator at the company's staff meetings by remotely setting off the fire alarm," Dr. Bailly read.
And the next sentence, for Elizabeth Muganyizi, speller 63, was also groan-worthy.
"I know you want me to give you a sentence for "procrastinate" right now, but can't I just do it tomorrow?" Dr. Bailly proposed.
Both spellers got their words right.