Two Can Slay That Game : Ask Me Another We quiz TV critic Emily Nussbaum on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, peek into the world of Wiki-wars and relive some great movie soundtrack moments. Who will vanquish the competition?

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Host Ophira Eisenberg.

Host Ophira Eisenberg.

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Two Can Slay That Game

We quiz TV critic Emily Nussbaum on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, peek into the world of Wiki-wars and relive some great movie soundtrack moments. Who will vanquish the competition?

Emily Nussbaum's critique on Lena Dunham's HBO show, Girls, for The New Yorker: "Like any groundbreaking TV, it shows the audience something new, then dares it to look away." Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The New Yorker hide caption

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Emily Nussbaum: A Critical Mass Of Good TV

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Through the wonders of technology, actor Tom Lenk — who played Andrew on Buffy the Vampire Slayer -- serves as V.I.P. Emily Nussbaum's lifeline during her quiz at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY. Josh Rogosin/NPR hide caption

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Emily The Puzzle Slayer

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Ask Me AnotherAsk Me Another

The answer to life’s funnier questions.