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Singer Andy Williams Plays 'Not My Job'

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Singer Andy Williams Plays 'Not My Job'

Singer Andy Williams Plays 'Not My Job'

Singer Andy Williams Plays 'Not My Job'

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It's the time of the year when Wait Wait really should be doing a Christmas special — with songs, special guests, sweaters and general merriment.

But Peter can't sing and Carl refuses to wear anything less formal than a sport coat, so Wait Wait is outsourcing all merriment to Andy Williams — the man who practically invented the Christmas special. As a singer and entertainer, Williams has been warming hearts for nearly 70 years.

With Christmas just a few days away, Andy will play a game we're calling: "You shouldn't have. No, seriously, you shouldn't have." Three questions about gadgets that you really, really won't want to find in your stocking.

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