Jeremy O. Harris plays Not My Job on 'Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!' Jeremy O. Harris is one of the world's most exciting playwrights, whose Slave Play netted a record-setting 12 Tony nominations. We invite him on to answer three questions on the worst plays in sports.

'Wait Wait' for Jan. 29, 2022: With Not My Job guest Jeremy O. Harris

'Wait Wait' for Jan. 29, 2022: With Not My Job guest Jeremy O. Harris

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This week's show was recorded remotely with guest host Negin Farsad, official judge and scorekeeper Bill Kurtis, Not My Job guest Jeremy O. Harris and panelists Josh Gondelman, Karen Chee and Alzo Slade. Click the audio link above to hear the whole show.

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Jeremy O. Harris, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art  in Los Angeles, California.
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Who's Bill This Time
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Panel Questions
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Not My Job: We Quiz P.K. Subban on Bakeries
Jeremy O. Harris is one of the world's most exciting playwrights, whose Slave Play netted a record-setting 12 Tony nominations. We invite him on to play a game we're calling, "You're a playwright, these guys play wrong!" Three questions about some of the worst plays in sports history.

Panel Questions
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Limericks
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Lightning Fill In The Blank
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.

Predictions
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