Everyone & Their Mom go to the secret game room : Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Emma discovers a room of lost games! This secret box of treasures teaches us how to lasso, manage conflict, and make friends forever.

Everyone & Their Mom go to the secret game room

Everyone & Their Mom go to the secret game room

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This is an excerpt from the latest episode of Everyone & Their Mom, a new show from Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me! Follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or listen on NPR One, and you can find us on Instagram.

Come hang in the game room!

Do you like games? No way, so do we! Come join us in the game room, where we take a look at all of the games we played with our guests that didn't make it to air... until now!

Can you lasso that?

Randy Savvy from the Compton Cowboys recently shared what it was like to be a modern cowboy and afterwards, we were left with one big question: What can Randy lasso? Turns out, he can lasso a LOT of things.

Bear-y sticky situations

Comedian Ashley Ray uses "I" statements to help manage conflicts with bears. It's games like this that make us wonder what Paddington Bear is really thinking.

Hello or... no

You know that moment you see someone you know but not that well and you have to make a split-second decision whether to say hi to them or not? Well, we ask Wait Wait panelist Maeve Higgins all about it! It's a game that will make you beg for more...uncomfortable situations!

Emma on the street

Our friend Hari Kondabolu recently shared that your real friends from school will let you sleep on their couch after you graduate. So to find her real friends, Emma hits up a college graduation to see who will extend the offer.

Listen to the full episode to hear more and play along with our quizzes. Follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or listen on NPR One, and you can find us on Instagram.