12:55:40 PM Nov 21st 2011
I'm now imagining a sketch where mathematicians are having a serious, earnest debate over this, shall we say, extremely abridged form of the problem. "I respect you, but I'm afraid two is clearly a cooler number than three; hence, in terms of game theory, door two is in one's interest." "I might agree, but the problem lacks certain necessary specifications! For example, is there a Door Forty-Two? What about a set of doors distinguished only by color, or doors that only open if you tickle them?"