PETER SAGAL, HOST:
Panel, time for you to answer some questions about this week's news. Janelle, a report out this week says more women in their 30s are getting married, but in an unconventional way. They are marrying whom?
JANELLE JAMES: They're - oh, God, if it's their pets I'm going to kill myself.
SAGAL: Not their pets.
JAMES: OK. (Laughter) They're marrying - it's not their best friend...
SAGAL: It's not their best friend.
JAMES: It's - women?
SAGAL: Well, these women are definitely marrying a woman.
JAMES: I mean, that's for college, but let's see...
SAGAL: Yes, they are marrying themselves.
JAMES: Oh, my God.
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SAGAL: It's a new trend. It's called sologamy.
JAMES: Oh, my God.
TOM BODETT: Oh, my God.
SAGAL: And while that may sound like a wet lunch meat, it's...
SAGAL: It's the newest thing in marriage. It's sort of spinster meets hipster.
FAITH SALIE: Ew.
JAMES: Oh, we deserve everything that's coming at us.
SAGAL: I should say that men don't do this because men know who they'd be marrying.
SALIE: Wow. I mean, I guess your wedding night would be uncomplicated.
SAGAL: Yeah. Well, what happens, of course, there's a letdown...
SALIE: And satisfying.
JAMES: Yeah, right.
SAGAL: They start out, they're very happy. It's exciting. It's their wedding day. But the honeymoon's over, you know, you get to the suite and you're like, oh, you again.
BODETT: It's almost as if I know what you're thinking.
SALIE: You're so predictable.
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