It's dangerous to code alone! Take this.

Better Random

The following is one possible solution to this challenge.

using System;

Random random = new Random();

Console.WriteLine(random.NextString("Red", "Green", "Blue"));

// Extensions for the `Random` class, as opposed to arbitrary extensions.
public static class RandomExtensions
    public static double NextDouble(this Random random, double maximum) => random.NextDouble() * maximum;

    public static string NextString(this Random random, params string[] options) => options[random.Next(options.Length)];

    public static bool CoinFlip(this Random random, double probabilityOfHeads = 0.5) => random.NextDouble() < probabilityOfHeads;