It Was The Best Of Lines

Contestant Nicholas Coyne is overjoyed when host Ophira Eisenberg modernizes the first lines of literary classics like "Wuthering Heights." i i

Contestant Nicholas Coyne is overjoyed when host Ophira Eisenberg modernizes the first lines of literary classics like "Wuthering Heights." Steve McFarland hide caption

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Contestant Nicholas Coyne is overjoyed when host Ophira Eisenberg modernizes the first lines of literary classics like "Wuthering Heights."

Contestant Nicholas Coyne is overjoyed when host Ophira Eisenberg modernizes the first lines of literary classics like "Wuthering Heights."

Steve McFarland

Can you name these literary classics after we've modernized their opening lines with current slang? "All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is cray-cray in its own way."

Heard in Episode 320: We Might Be Giant Nerds

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