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Games That Go 'Goosebumps' In The Night

Best-selling children's horror author R.L. Stine (Goosebumps, Fear Street) inspires games designed to scare the answers out of you. Plus: what scares the man whose job it is to scare kids of all ages?

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Hurtful Words

Hurtful Words

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Killer Apps

Killer Apps

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A Little Impression Goes A Long Way

As the saying goes, "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery," and this week's Very Important Puzzler, actor Justin Long has a knack for impressions.

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Knock On Woody

Knock On Woody

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Waterlogged

Waterlogged

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Trivia Freaks And Puzzle Geeks

Paul Feig, director of Bridesmaids and Spy, discusses why funny women should be bigger stars, and reflects on the legacy of Freaks and Geeks.

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Spoiler Alert

Spoiler Alert

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The Meow Mix

The Meow Mix

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How Punk Is This?

Shake things up in our nation's capital with one of D.C.'s music legends. V.I.P Ian MacKaye, of punk bands Fugazi and Minor Threat, shares tales from the road and muses about what "punk" means today.

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Whee!

Whee!

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Trivia Is The New Black

Our V.I.P. this week is Piper Kerman, author of the memoir-turned-TV series Orange is the New Black: My Year In A Women's Prison. Plus, two Mystery Science Theater 3000 veterans riff on bad movies.

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City of Twins

City of Twins

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License To Ill

License To Ill

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Peace And War

Peace And War

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