Are We There Yet? We give you a starting point in the U.S. and a list of three destination cities. Put the cities in order of driving distance from the starting point, from shortest to longest.
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Are We There Yet?

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Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

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Prepare to answer a child's age-old question during road trips. Given a starting point and a list of three destination cities by host Ophira Eisenberg, a phone contestant must put the cities in order of driving distance from the starting point, from shortest to longest. If you left New York after a visit to the Empire State Building and drove west, which city would be the closest: Cleveland, Chicago, or Seattle?

This segment originally aired on December 17, 2013.