This is the wash that everything comes out in, where the counting is done and
the accounts are settled.
A table will be shown listing all the words that any of the players found. If
more than one player found it, they don't score but they get little stars for
their effort. If only one player found it, she scores (according to the current
scoring method). Total points are displayed, and do not necessarily indicate a
player's value as a person. The number of scoring words and total words found
by each player are also displayed for those who are statistically-minded or
easily amused. Finally, a ranking is calculated for each player using the same
algorithm that's used to handicap the computer. In other words, the computer
playing at that level would have found about as many words as you did. Even
the computer gets a ranking when it plays - it doesn't match the level it was
set to play at since there's some randomness at work.
Press the Show them all button to see the usually humbling list of all
the words the computer found, many of which are actually recognizable words.
It's also fun to see if there were any monster words in the grid.
The Play it again button will appear if you were playing the computer.
Press it to start a game with the same setup you just played.
Once again you're given the opportunity to make suggestions for editing the
dictionary. Enter the more ridiculous-looking of the words listed into the
box and they'll be considered for eviction.