In the championship round, Leibowitz and Delahaye had to guess the titles of books by Jewish authors that were acted out charades-style. Delahaye took an early lead by calling out “The Catcher in the Rye” and “The Fountainhead.”
What’s Tony been up to? Well, he’s created Extremis 3.0 and has used it as an app that he gifted to about a million people in the city a week ago. With it, they’ve all been turned into supermodel mode and are basically all the pretty people with the physicality to work it. That’s created problems as well of course, as we see those that are without the app in the city are considered blights by some and there’s a sense that they’re going to get destroyed by the pretty people. I can’t help but to feel shades of Ayn Rand and Atlas Shrugged here in a way with the mood it’s all creating and the class system. Of course, the twist that comes into it is that Tony doesn’t do anything in his present mindset without the goal of making money. So when the million people discover that it’s just a free trial, and that using the app costs $100 a day, well, that sets the stage for just how bad things are going to go in the city.