Puzzle Guru Will Hines got into the spooky spirit in costume as a safari dude.

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Puzzle Guru Will Hines got into the spooky spirit in costume as a safari dude.

Puzzle Guru Will Hines got into the spooky spirit in costume as a safari dude.

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Games That Go 'Goosebumps' In The Night

Best-selling children's horror author R.L. Stine (Goosebumps, Fear Street) inspires games designed to scare the answers out of you. Plus: what scares the man whose job it is to scare kids of all ages?

Inspired by this week's Very Important Puzzler, the best-selling children's horror author R.L. Stine (Goosebumps, Fear Street), the games in this show have been designed to scare the answers out of you. Find out what zombies eat when they run out of brains, test your Looney Tunes knowledge through a revised rendition of "Sympathy for the Devil" and find out what else Edgar Allan Poe's Raven has been quoth'ing on about. Plus: What scares the man whose job it is to scare kids of all ages?

Call Me [Theme from American Gigolo] Blondie
Scooby Snacks Fun Lovin' Criminals

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Random Questions With: R.L. Stine

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Sympathy For The Devil The Rolling Stones
Theme from "Tom and Jerry" Henry Mancini

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R.L. Stine: What's Scarier?

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