 I'm having the same issue. Here is my JS:

function random_number(num) { // New function called random_choice that takes one parameter, num (or a number) // Get a random number between 0 and a passed-in number var num = num || 4 // If no number passed in, default to 4 return Math.floor(Math.random() * num); // Round the answer down (floor) of a random number between 0 and 1 and multiply it by a number. Then return a value and exit the function. }

function mash_choice() { // New function called mash_choice that doesn't take any parameters // Since MASH is a special case, give it its own list var mash = ['an arena of ping pong champions', 'the playground at Chic fil A', 'a mansion made of McDonald's fries', 'a loving home filled with dolphins']; // The array of choices to pick from var randomNum = random_number(4); // Use the above function to get a number between 0 and 4 return mash[randomNum]; // Return the list item the random number function just picked and exit the function }

function get_answer(category) { // Get a random answer from the available answers in a given category var choices = []; // A blank array to hold the user provided answer
var selector = 'input[name="' + category + '[]"]'; // Build a CSS selector for the blanks in our passed in category var inputs = document.querySelectorAll(selector); // Get all of the inputs that match our selector var answer;

```for (var i = 0; i < inputs.length; i++) {  // Begin a for loop that will run through the code. i++ = add one to the counter which is "i"
answer = inputs[i].value;  // Get the input with the index value of the counter and get the value ie. if they typed in dog, you get back "dog"
if (answer !== '') {  // If answer doesn't equal a blank... !== means doesn't equal
}
}
return choices[random_number(choices.length)];   // Pick and return a random choice choice.length = number of answers the user provided in that category
```

}

function fill_in_answers(answers) { // Find the spans that need filled var home = document.querySelector('#home'); // This says make a new variable and find the HTML tag that has the ID of "home" var profession = document.querySelector('#profession'); var pet = document.querySelector('#pet'); var location = document.querySelector('#location');

```// Fill them with the provided answers
home.innerHTML = answers.mash;  // Change the content of the element in the HTML doc with the id "home" to the "mash" value in answers
profession.innerHTML = answers.profession;  // Change the content of the element in the HTML doc with the id "career" to the "career" value in answers
```

}

```// Build up our answers object
'mash': mash_choice(),