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.
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.
Science takes center stage this week as we play games about scientific discoveries both intentional and accidental. Get brainy with VIP Jad Abumrad, host of WNYC's Radiolab, as he talks about his quest to become a science vampire.
Contestants, pick up your buzzers...
Word nerds, unite! Our Very Important Puzzler, comedian and co-creator of The Daily Show Lizz Winstead, is a bonafide game fanatic who shares the definitions of her own, made-up vocabulary.
You can always count on Ask Me Another to cover a wide range of useful knowledge. In this episode, learn the middle names of former Presidents while solving famous murder mysteries from the movies. Plus, our V.I.P. is author Dan Kennedy.
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Ask Me Another audience members enjoy some potent potables from The Bell House's esteemed bartenders.
This week's versatile V.I.P. has had spells as an author, an ordained minister, a fortuneteller, and a bartender — which serves her well during a delectable drinking game. Plus, quizzes covering highfalutin children's literature and a geologist's favorite Queen song.
Host Ophira Eisenberg revisits some of her favorite games from the past two seasons. Her motto? The weirder, the better. It's a trip down memory lane — no flashback sequence necessary.
Former Congressman Barney Frank chats with host Ophira Eisenberg at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, Mass.
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.
Host Ophira Eisenberg welcomes two brave contestants to the puzzle hot seat. Excitement? Nerves? You bet.
Hear about one man's quests to read the encyclopedia from A to Z, live his life according to the Bible, and achieve bodily perfection—author A.J. Jacobs. How do you quiz the V.I.P. who knows it all?
Contestants engage in a battle of wits during the "Ask Me One More" final round. Who will come out victorious?
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This week, we talk masked comedy with Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone, The Big Apple Circus' husband-and-wife team known as the Acrobuffos.
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