Actress Uzo Aduba
Uzo Aduba admits she quit acting the same day she was offered the part of Crazy Eyes on Orange is the New Black. Plus, Aduba plays against her sister in a game about the TV shows they watched as kids.
Sir Patrick Stewart
Sir Patrick Stewart talks about living in Brooklyn, becoming a knight, and his new show Blunt Talk. Then, Sir Patrick recites well-known song lyrics with the gravitas of a West End performance.
Route 66 is stenciled on the old road through an abandoned town in California's Mojave desert 14 July 2003.
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It's road trip time as we revisit some of our favorite travel-related games.
Comedian and top-notch ranter Lewis Black tells you what he thinks about everything from child beauty pageants to Donald Trump. Plus, sing pop songs with the grammatical tendencies of Cookie Monster.
Live from Central Park's SummerStage Festival, it's a special '80s-themed episode of Ask Me Another, with the creator and cast of Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
The Pageant theater in St. Louis
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.
"The age of five is the most philosophical age you can be." - Mo Willems
Children's author Mo Willems wants his books to be "played," not read, and recalls how a botched job interview landed him on Sesame Street. Plus, a cry-along "Cat's In The Cradle" music game.
Actor Jim Gaffigan
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This week, comedian Jim Gaffigan talks food, family, and his new TV Land show The Jim Gaffigan Show. Plus, his wife and writing partner Jeannie reveals Jim's deep, dark secrets.
Actor Kevin Corrigan
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This week, indie actor Kevin Corrigan talks about working with Martin Scorsese twice over two decades, and playing against type in his new romantic comedy, Results.
Lake Street Dive (from L to R: Bridget Kearney, Mike "McDuck" Olson, Mike Calabrese, Rachael Price)
Soul-pop band Lake Street Dive reveals how it kills time on the tour bus: singing '90s hits, playing songs on balloons and a game called "Guess Butt." Plus, hear some tunes off Bad Self Portraits.
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