Body Tourist Ophira Eisenberg and puzzle guru Cecil Baldwin play the part of travel agents who are selling trips to different parts of the body. Contestants guess where they're traveling.
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Body Tourist

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Body Tourist

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There are a lot of stories based on the idea of shrinking down and traveling through the human body, but what if this technology was actually possible? Ophira Eisenberg and puzzle guru Cecil Baldwin play the part of travel agents who are selling trips to different parts of the body. Contestants guess where they're traveling.

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