She used Minions to trick people and make the math look appealing, with great success. She contrasted the scenarios of two friends wanting to go out according to a plan clásico or a plan cuántico. In the latter case, the HOM effect allows them to always show up at the same place.
Her presentation aimed at actually demonstrating the result rather than just stating it. The main difficulty did not actually come from the axioms of quantum mechanics, such as superpositions of states and measurements, that the public at large appears to be familiar with (Schrödinger's cat), but from the more mundane $i^2=-1$, that attracted its deal of attention. Surprisingly, a very young kid asked: "what happens if the probability to go either way of the road is not 50/50?". This Peer Review type of question implies that some fraction of the public got pretty much the idea.
These are some pictures of the event.
Julia didn't enjoy the amount of attention these minions got, at her expense.