Banned In Boston To close our Boston road show, play along as the final five contestants play a game comprised of words, phrases and names that begin with the letters B-A-N.
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Banned In Boston

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Banned In Boston

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It's been a great time in Boston, but we've reached the Ask Me One More final round. Puzzle guru Art Chung leads the final five contestants in a game comprised of words, phrases and names that begin with the letters B-A-N. For example, the triangular patterned cloth you might wear around your head or neck would be a "bandana," and if it doesn't bear the Red Sox logo, then you're in the wrong town.