The News, According To Huey Lewis Ask Me Another: it's strong and it's sudden and it's cruel sometimes, but it might just save your life. Jonathan Coulton twists Huey Lewis & the News' "The Power of Love," into a game about the 1980s.
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The News, According To Huey Lewis

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The News, According To Huey Lewis

The News, According To Huey Lewis

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Contestants Karen Sulkis (left) and Jocelyn Draw draw on their mutual love for 1980s pop culture for this Huey Lewis-inspired round. Jakub Mosur hide caption

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Contestants Karen Sulkis (left) and Jocelyn Draw draw on their mutual love for 1980s pop culture for this Huey Lewis-inspired round.

Jakub Mosur

Ask Me Another: it's strong and it's sudden and it's cruel sometimes, but it might just save your life. Jonathan Coulton twists Huey Lewis & the News' "The Power of Love," into a game about the 1980s.

Heard in Episode 311: Puzzlin' On The Dock of the Bay