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Ask Me Another brings the lively spirit and healthy competition of your favorite trivia night right to your ears. With a rotating cast of funny people, puzzle writers and VIP guests, it features the wit of host Ophira Eisenberg, the music of house musician Jonathan Coulton, and rambunctious trivia games, all played in front of a live audience.More from Ask Me Another »

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Leslie Odom Jr.: Aaron Burr, Sir

Broadway's Leslie Odom Jr., who plays Aaron Burr in the hit musical Hamilton, joins us to talk about the show's meteoric rise and his path to Broadway as a high school student.

Leslie Odom Jr.: Aaron Burr, Sir
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AMA Bonus: Leslie Odom Jr. Performs 'The Guilty Ones'

Ahead of the release of Ask Me Another's episode with Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr., the singer and actor performs a cover of Duncan Sheik's "The Guilty Ones" from Odom's self-titled debut album — with guitarist Robin Macatangay. Tune in on April 21 for the full episode.

AMA Bonus: Leslie Odom Jr. Performs 'The Guilty Ones'
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"I auditioned for The Lion King 20 times in 15 years, until they finally told me, 'You are not passing as a straight giraffe.'" - Titus Andromedon, the character Tituss Burgess plays in the new show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Josh Rogosin/NPR hide caption

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Unbreakable Tituss Burgess (R)

Actor Tituss Burgess reveals how he went from Broadway musicals to oddball TV roles on 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, then sings a "sedentary" version of a Guys and Dolls classic.

Unbreakable Tituss Burgess (R)
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AMA Bonus Game: Dial Tones

In this Ask Me Another bonus, we turn our phone into a musical instrument to play a round of name that tune.

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Jason Jones: Comfy Bunny Hug

Former Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones talks about the birds and the bees on his upcoming TBS series The Detour, and helps translate Canadian sayings into American.

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AMA Bonus: Jason Jones' Ballsy Piece For 'The Daily Show'

The actor and comedian from the new series The Detour and former Daily Show correspondent tells us about how he and then Daily Show host Jon Stewart fought to air a particularly ballsy story.

AMA Bonus: Jason Jones' Ballsy Piece For 'The Daily Show'
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Curtis Sittenfeld: Fifty Shades Of Jane (R)

This week, Ask Me Another travels to St. Louis to speak with Prep author Curtis Sittenfeld about her Laura Bush obsession and the similarities between Pride and Prejudice and Fifty Shades of Grey.

Curtis Sittenfeld: Fifty Shades Of Jane (R)
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Wyatt Cenac: Pop Culture Fights

The comedian talks about his love of puppets and the challenge of releasing his latest album, Furry Dumb Fighter, on vinyl. Plus, Viceland's Hailey Gates reflects on fashion weeks in unlikely places.

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"You may realize that television is mostly full of white people, with a few brown people peppered in. Really, it's all white people and Aziz Ansari," says The Daily Show's Aasif Mandvi. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for Comedy Central hide caption

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Aasif Mandvi: Smooth Criminal (R)

The Daily Show's senior Muslim correspondent Aasif Mandvi discusses what it means to be a satirist of color on TV, and then moonwalks his way through a trivia game about the King of Pop.

Aasif Mandvi: Smooth Criminal (R)
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Mark and Jay Duplass: 'People Give Us Blazers!'

From Sundance to HBO, Mark and Jay Duplass have done it all! On the Ask Me Another stage, the brothers talk filmmaking, their lack of sibling rivalry, and blazers.

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