Please Quit Your Day Job Contestants identify thinkers and leaders based on descriptions of their early careers, like when Christine Baranski worked at a mayonnaise plant. We're kidding! (Or are we?)
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Please Quit Your Day Job

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Please Quit Your Day Job

Please Quit Your Day Job

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Contestants identify thinkers and leaders based on descriptions of their early careers, like when Christine Baranski worked at a mayonnaise plant. We're kidding! (Or are we?)

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