Paradigm Shift We've changed one letter in a movie or TV title, and imagined what the new plot might be. Based on our new synopsis, can you guess what our version would be called?
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Paradigm Shift

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Contestants Paul Nicholsen and Heather Hurley prepare for their first game on NPR's Ask Me Another at The Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Contestants Paul Nicholsen and Heather Hurley prepare for their first game on NPR's Ask Me Another at The Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C.

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Welcome to the alternate dimension where Julia Louis-Dreyfus's hit HBO comedy about crying is called "Weep." We've changed one letter in a movie or TV title, and imagined what the new plot might be. Based on our new synopsis, can you guess what our version would be called?

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Correction Feb. 13, 2018

In one clue, we refer to ticks as insects. Ticks are arachnids.