Ask Me Another Jessica Walter talks about playing boozy, acerbic moms on Arrested Development and Archer — and shares stories from her early days on TV. This episode originally aired July 27, 2018.

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Ophira Eisenberg chats with actor Jessica Walter about her numerous and beloved TV roles on Ask Me Another at the Bell House in Brooklyn, New York.

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Jessica Walter's Alter Egos

Jessica Walter talks about playing boozy, acerbic moms on Arrested Development and Archer — and shares stories from her early days on TV. This episode originally aired July 27, 2018.

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You Can't Please Everyone

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The Last Act Adrian Younge

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Quite A Concept

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Nodisco Depeche Mode

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Jessica Walter's Alter Egos

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Lucky Donna Summer

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Double Feature

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Street Fighter Mas Kamasi Washington

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Nobel Winner Takes It All

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Atlantic Ocean Richard Swift

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The Order Of The Universe

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Final Round: The Time Has Come

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