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After Beyonce's alleged Inauguration lip-sync, our panelists predict who will be the next person to fake a performance.

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Now, panel, who will fake a performance next? Roy Blount Jr.?

ROY BLOUNT, JR.: Well, you know they've been hyping this rivalry between the two brothers in the Super Bowl, the two coaches, both the Harbaugh brothers. They're the same guy.


JR.: They've been getting away with this for years, but now they're going to be in the same game, so one of them has to be virtual. And when somebody walks right through him on the sidelines, people will begin to wonder.

SAGAL: Amy Dickinson?

AMY DICKINSON: Lance Armstrong will lip-sync remorse, but we'll know he's faking it, because his lips will be moving.


SAGAL: And Maz Jobrani?

MAZ JOBRANI: Unfortunately, the next person to fake a performance in my life will be my wife.


CARL KASELL: And, if any of that happens, panel, we'll ask you about it on WAIT WAIT...DON'T TELL ME!


SAGAL: We're not going to ask Maz about it though. Thank you, Carl Kasell. Thanks also to Roy Blount Jr, Amy Dickinson, and Maz Jobrani. Thanks to all of you for listening. I'm Peter Sagal, and we'll see you next week.



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