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Ask Me Another's resident musician, the unstoppable Mr. Jonathan Coulton, pen in hand, works his improv magic on stage.

Ask Me Another's resident musician, the unstoppable Mr. Jonathan Coulton, pen in hand, works his improv magic on stage.

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The Girl Who Played With Her Food

Translate international film titles, like "Meetings and Failures in Meetings," back into English. Then meet our guest, the sweet-toothed chemist who invented "crack pie," Christina Tosi.

This week's contestants try to translate some international film titles, like "Meetings and Failures in Meetings," back into English, and name another military official, besides Colonel Sanders, who's famous for his chicken. Chances are, this week's Mystery Guest, a sweet-toothed chemist in her culinary laboratory, knows the answer.

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Christina Tosi: A Chef Walks Into A Milk Bar

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