It's a trivia lover's dream this week, as our Very Important Puzzler, editor of The 2014 World Almanac Sarah Janssen, shares weird and mind-blowing facts from pop culture, politics and beyond.
The buzzers are armed and ready...are you brave enough to ring in with the answer?
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This hour, we'll put the King of Horror's son, novelist and B-movie aficionado Owen King, in the puzzle hot seat as our V.I.P. Plus: translate common expressions into medical conditions.
Ask Me Another host Ophira Eisenberg chats with Very Important Puzzler Delia Ephron on stage at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY.
What's love got to do with it? A lot, actually. We explore the fuzzy feelings among families, couples and a puzzle guru and his games. Plus Delia Ephron shares tales from the romantic comedy business.
Making heads or tails of the ever-changing job market can be a puzzle in and of itself. Luckily, this week's V.I.P.s — Adam Davidson and Alex Blumberg, co-creators of NPR's Planet Money podcast — give the scoop on how they help listeners make sense of the global economy.
In 1955, Variety predicted rock 'n roll would be dead by summer. Ha! We can't predict the future either, but we can invite you to learn the ups and downs of hosting a TV show from comic W. Kamau Bell.
Two professional competitive eaters square off in a music round inspired by a certain Twisted Sister song. Plus our V.I.P., Bon Appétit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport, dishes about culinary trends and the scourge of Yelp.com.
Eat, pray and love your way through games about Italian foods, oddly-named deities and the best part of any newspaper--the funny pages--with V.I.P. and bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert.
This week's Very Important Puzzler, designer and potter Jonathan Adler, creates his eye-catching home furnishings much like we aim to design our games — to be colorful, witty and full of joy.
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.
Contestants play the "Ask Me One More" final round spelling bee-style. You can almost hear the tension in the room.
Discover baseball oddities with the father of fantasy baseball, combine highbrow folks (world leaders) with the lowest form of comedy (puns) and find out what happens when house musician Jonathan Coulton applies his mellow song stylings to the electric wizard, Jimi Hendrix.
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