Ask Me Another 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.

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Monkee-ing Around

Games for grammar geeks and foodies, plus V.I.P. and pop culture-maven Julie Klausner dishes on Real Housewives and her abiding love for The Monkees.

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Ted Talks

Ted Talks

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i-Plurals

i-Plurals

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Frankly, We Heart Boston

In this rousing hour, taped live in Boston, we play games with three hometown heroes: film critic Wesley Morris, young adult author Lois Lowry, and the wit of Capitol Hill--former Congressman Barney Frank.

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Hahd-Cawr Pun

Hahd-Cawr Pun

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Chess For Success

The "Frankenstein-Dracula," the "King's Indian" and the "Fried Liver" are all famous ways to do what? As this week's V.I.P., International Grandmaster of chess Maurice Ashley, knows, they're all strategies to begin a chess match. In this episode, Ashley divulges his own chess-playing strategy that combines Zen-like meditation with CIA-like mind games.

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Solving For X: Live From The 2013 World Science Festival

Strap on your safety goggles: we're turning up the Bunsen burners for a special math and science-themed episode. Our V.I.P., mathematician Steven Strogatz, is on a mission to prove that math isn't scary, but actually joyful.

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I'm No Doctor

I'm No Doctor

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Always Bet On Black

Our V.I.P is comedian, actor and author Michael Ian Black, who reveals how becoming a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle launched his career. Plus, a round of "This, That or The Other" that involves Star Wars planets.

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Bust A Cap

Bust A Cap

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Fruit Salad

Fruit Salad

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Just Do It?

Just Do It?

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