Sibling Rivalries Questions about famous brothers and sisters are delivered as if the siblings were in a boxing match.
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Sibling Rivalries

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Daniel Varghese and Molly Rubin play games on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in New York. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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Questions about famous brothers and sisters are delivered as if the siblings were in a boxing match.

Heard on Dan Deacon: Deacon-structing Dan.

Correction March 8, 2020

In a previous broadcast and digital version of this episode, we incorrectly refer to the Wachowskis as brothers, and use their former names. They are trans women and their names are Lana and Lilly.