When I see the word “enigmatic,” my mind jumps immediately to the Enigma machine that the Nazis used to encrypt messages that they sent back and forth between different locations. What was notable about the Enigma was that you needed two of them that were set up exactly alike in order to encrypt and decrypt messages. This baffled the Allies until they got hold of a machine and learned how to set it up (with help from the Poles). As much as I try to figure it out (and allegedly I’m smart), I can’t, at least not without watching all the videos on YouTube about it. In this one, Simon Singh demonstrates how one works, and there’s a link to a much longer video in the description, if you really feel like you need to know it.
Now, here’s Carol Channing and the cast of Hogan’s Heroes for General Foods, makers of Jell-O gelatin and Dream Whip whipped topping. There’s always room for Jell-O!