Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

By NPR

Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.

Episodes

The Final Round

Series finale. Ophira and Jonathan look back on nine years of puzzles, word games and trivia by playing puzzles, word games and trivia.
28/01/22·49m 9s

Home Cooking With Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Superstore's Nico Santos

Jesse Tyler Ferguson discusses his cookbook Food Between Friends. Nico Santos and Zeke Smith play This That Or The Other. Comics Samantha Ruddy and Luke Mones rock out to Grease songs about... Greece.
21/01/22·49m 35s

Alfonso Ribeiro: Jokes About Butts And Mild Transgressions

Comedians Demi Adejuyigbe and Gabe Gundacker rise to the occasion in a game about bread. Alfonso Ribeiro (AFV) talks about the Carlton dance. Alex Moffat (SNL) and Jen Spyra learn about baby animals.
14/01/22·49m 37s

Justin, Travis And Griffin McElroy: My Podcast, My Podcast And My Other Podcast

Podcast hosts Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy (My Brother, My Brother and Me) talk about their book, Everybody Has a Podcast (Except You). Then they fight off trivia-spouting monsters in a game that tests their D&D knowledge and d20 luck. Plus, comedians Shalewa Sharpe and Gastor Almonte (The War Report podcast) listen to sped-up versions of slow jams and play a hilarious round of "Bridgerton character, sweatpants brand or potato?"
07/01/22·49m 32s

Chelsea Handler & Sharon Salzberg: Guided Meditation

Sharon Salzberg leads a guided meditation. Chelsea Handler talks about her special, 'Evolution.' Plus, comedians Dewayne Perkins, Aasia LaShay Bullock, Mike Albo and Amanda Duarte play games.
31/12/21·49m 38s

Richard Kind & Nnamdi Asomugha: Seriously, Ask Me Another

Hilarious actor Richard Kind takes on Comedy Cloud founder Ray Ellin. NFL player-turned-actor Nnamdi Asomugha geeks out about holiday films. Ashley Nicole Black and Chelsea Devantez are back for more!
17/12/21·49m 37s

We Ship It

RuPaul's Drag Race alum and Call Me Mother co-host Peppermint talks about the origins of her name, and why it was a bit of "a dumb mistake" to choose "Peppermint." Plus, Couples Therapy hosts Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman attend Masterclasses taught by animals, and Miracle Workers stars Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni play a game about some smokin' hot topics— that's 9.9 trillion degrees hot, baby.
10/12/21·49m 37s

Nice Guys: Ted Lasso & Bob Ross

Ted Lasso stars play a film score themed music parody. Melissa McCarthy & Ben Falcone (Bob Ross: Happy Accidents, Betrayal & Greed) do a quiz about tests. Lingthusiasm hosts play an emoji speed round.
03/12/21·49m 37s

Molecular Gastrivia

Rev up those fryers, it's the Ask Me Another Food Show! The Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain (Nadiya's Time to Eat, Nadiya Bakes) dishes about baking for the Queen and digs up the truth in a game about plant family trees. Plus, James Beard Award-winning chef Gabrielle Hamilton (Blood, Bones and Butter, Prune) & Top Chef alum and National Arts Club head chef Ashley Merriman play a saucy music parody game, and Food Network hosts and judges Carla Hall (​​Carla and the Christmas Cornbread, Best Baker in America) & Nancy Fuller (Farmhouse Rules) are visited by a quizzical honey bee.
26/11/21·49m 38s

Padma Lakshmi: Taste The Nation, From Your Couch

Padma Lakshmi talks about her series Taste The Nation. Jenny Hagel, Amber Ruffin, Margo Price, and Jeremy Ivey play games about long things and events in history set to the tune of Billy Joel songs.
19/11/21·49m 35s

Yo-Yo Ma: Civic Duty

Yo-Yo Ma (Beginner's Mind on Audible) talks pandemic performance, chefs Sohla El-Waylly and Stella Parks play "Food Jazz," Timothy Simons (Veep, The Pole) & Teddy Bressman hear "bald metal."
12/11/21·49m 37s

Eddie Huang & 'Judas And The Black Messiah' Writers: Who Tells Your Story

Eddie Huang talks directing his first film, Boogie. Keith and Kenny Lucas (Judas and the Black Messiah) discuss pitching movies. Emily Heller and Emmy Blotnick meet guest host Oak-phira Eisen-birch.
05/11/21·49m 37s

Ken Jeong: Mask Me Another

Ken Jeong chats about The Masked Dancer. Actors Skylar Astin and John Clarence Stewart hear unconventional instruments. Comedians Cameron Esposito and Beth Stelling cruise through a game about maps.
29/10/21·49m 35s

Michelle Buteau: 'The Circle' And Van Halen

Michelle Buteau chats season 2 of Netflix's The Circle. You're Wrong About's Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes meet a mysterious whale. Love Fraud's Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady play, is it a Lizard?
22/10/21·49m 37s

Better Call Saul & The Mandalorian's Giancarlo Esposito; Hacks

Giancarlo Esposito talks Gus Fring and Baby Yoda. Plus, games with Hacks creators Lucia Aniello & Paul W. Downs, and Tanya Morgan's Donwill & Bethany Van Delft (Parentalogic).
15/10/21·49m 38s

Marc Maron & Aimee Mann: End Times Fun

Marc Maron talks about his comedy special, End Times Fun. Aimee Mann and Michael Penn face off, and cartoonist Emily Flake takes on husband John Pastore. This episode originally aired April 10, 2020.
01/10/21·49m 40s

The Final Round

Series finale. Ophira and Jonathan look back on nine years of puzzles, word games and trivia by playing puzzles, word games and trivia.
24/09/21·50m 48s

The Penultimate Puzzles

This show is packed with returning friends of AMA! Comedians Aparna Nancherla and Joyelle Nicole Johnson are subjected to Kidz Bop, Welcome to Night Vale's Cecil Baldwin and musician Julian Velard decipher poorly-researched podcast ads, and Wandavision song writers Robert and Kristen Anderson Lopez show off their theme classic TV theme song knowledge.
17/09/21·51m 17s

Sonia Manzano: These Are The Muppets In Your Neighborhood

This week it's a classic episode from 2015. Actor Sonia Manzano talks about retiring from her role as Maria on Sesame Street after 44 years. Then, she and her TV husband Luis, played by actor Emilio Delgado, think back on all the Muppets they've encountered in their neighborhood.
10/09/21·49m 46s

William Jackson Harper: Getting To The Good Place

William Jackson Harper shares where he was physically and emotionally when cast on The Good Place. Plus, ethics columnist Kwame Anthony Appiah. This episode originally aired on March 16, 2018.
03/09/21·49m 49s

Molecular Gastrivia

Guests: Nadiya Hussain; Gabrielle Hamilton & Ashley Merriman; Carla Hall & Nancy Fuller Rev up those fryers, it's the Ask Me Another Food Show! The Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain (Nadiya's Time to Eat, Nadiya Bakes) dishes about baking for the Queen and digs up the truth in a game about plant family trees. Plus, James Beard Award-winning chef Gabrielle Hamilton (Blood, Bones and Butter, Prune) & Top Chef alum and National Arts Club head chef Ashley Merriman play a saucy music parody game, and Food Network hosts and judges Carla Hall (​​Carla and the Christmas Cornbread, Best Baker in America) & Nancy Fuller (Farmhouse Rules) are visited by a quizzical honey bee.
27/08/21·49m 33s

Javier Muñoz And David Harbour: The World Turned Upside Down

From the Broadway musical Hamilton, Javier Muñoz leads a game about presidential pets. And from the Netflix series Stranger Things, actor David Harbour is challenged to a game about Shakespeare with a Dungeons & Dragons twist. This episode originally aired on October 14, 2016.
20/08/21·49m 54s

Nice Guys: Ted Lasso & Bob Ross

Guests: Melissa McCarthy & Ben Falcone; Brett Goldstein & Hannah Waddingham; Gretchen McCulloch & Lauren GawneTed Lasso's Brett Goldstein & Hannah Waddingham score points in a game about scores. Melissa McCarthy & Ben Falcone take a 180 from making R-rated comedy to producing a Bob Ross documentary. Lingthusiasm hosts Gretchen McCulloch & Lauren Gawne explain who's in charge of making new emoji. Speaking of which... hey, Unicode Consortium! Where's our fact bag emoji?
13/08/21·49m 36s

Sir Patrick Stewart: Brush Up Your Shakespeare

In this encore episode from 2015, Sir Patrick Stewart talks about life in Brooklyn, becoming a knight, and his deep knowledge of all things Shakespeare.
06/08/21·52m 32s

Awkwafina And Sasha Velour: New York City Queens

Two queens take the stage! From Raya and the Last Dragon and Crazy Rich Asians, Awkwafina recommends the best public restrooms in New York City. And RuPaul's Drag Race winner Sasha Velour talks about the incredible final lip sync that snatched her the crown. This episode originally aired August 17, 2018.
30/07/21·49m 56s

MathNuggets

Guests: Kenice Mobley & Rohan Padhye; Shalewa Sharpe & Gastor AlmonteIt's a friendtestants reunion! Kenice Mobley & Rohan Padhye, hosts of the podcast Love About Town, return to play a math game about pop culture numbers. Shalewa Sharpe & Gastor Almonte, hosts of The War Report podcast, take on a music parody that's delicious and definitely not nutritious.
23/07/21·50m 1s

We Ship It

Guests: Peppermint; Miracle Workers' Karan Soni & Geraldine Viswanathan; Naomi Ekperigin & Andy Beckerman. Ask Me Another returns to The Bell House for our final taping. Pre-sale tickets are available at nprpresents.org. Use the promo code: ASKMEANOTHER. RuPaul's Drag Race alum and Call Me Mother co-host Peppermint talks about the origins of her name, and why it was a bit of "a dumb mistake" to choose "Peppermint." Plus, Couples Therapy hosts Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman attend Masterclasses taught by animals, and Miracle Workers stars Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni play a game about some smokin' hot topics— that's 9.9 trillion degrees hot, baby.
16/07/21·50m 2s

Fenway Bark And The Litter Box Disco

Comedians Margaret Cho and Iliza Shlesinger from Good on Paper board a music parody time machine to several centuries' '70s. In Treatment and Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba says what she learned about therapy by playing a therapist, and how she and her sister annoyed her brother by speaking in gibberish. Quinta Brunson (She Memes Well) and Taylor Garron (As of Yet) put their middle school science class knowledge to the test in a game about the periodic table.
09/07/21·49m 42s

Rosie Perez, Fortune Feimster & Big Mouth's Ayo Edebiri: Fight And Flight

Rosie Perez talks about recording PSAs for the New York City Subway, meeting Muhammad Ali, and her role in HBO Max's The Flight Attendant. Plus, Fortune Feimster and Jillian Bell play a game about delicious musicians, and Big Mouth's Ayo Edebiri and comedian Olivia Craighead tackle animal kingdom quandaries. This episode originally aired December 4, 2020.
02/07/21·52m 19s

Rita Dove: Set Phasers To Poem

As Ask Me Another prepares for its final run of new episodes, enjoy this week's encore of a past favorite, taped at the Virginia Arts Festival. The guest is U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove. She improvises a poem. She plays a game about Star Trek: The Next Generation. Everything you love about this show is well-represented.
25/06/21·49m 57s

Better Call Saul & The Mandalorian's Giancarlo Esposito; Hacks

Better Call Saul and The Mandalorian's Giancarlo Esposito talks Baby Yoda. Plus, games with duos Lucia Aniello & Paul W. Downs of HBO Max's Hacks; Tanya Morgan's Donwill & Bethany Van Delft (Parentalogic)
18/06/21·49m 51s

Sara Bareilles, American Ninja Warrior & Rugrats

Grammy-winning artist Sara Bareilles talks about how the musical Waitress changed her life and the harrowing experience of over-dressing to sing the national anthem at a Dodgers game. Then, the self-professed Golden Girls superfan puts it all on the line in a true/false trivia game. American Ninja Warrior hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila plug in for a game about video game controllers. Plus, voice actors Cheryl Chase and Bart Simpson herself, Nancy Cartwright, talk about the Paramount+ reboot of Rugrats.
11/06/21·49m 45s

Sarah Silverman, Sarah Paulson, Rickey Thompson & Denzel Dion: Meme Machines

Comedian Sarah Silverman (Wreck-It Ralph, School of Rock) plays a game about Law & Order and shares some strong opinions about Kit-Kats. Actor Sarah Paulson (Ratched, Run, American Horror Story) talks about running from clowns, and plays an R&B music parody game celebrating the ampersand. Plus, YouTube phenoms Denzel Dion and Rickey Thompson listen to Ophira and Jonathan act out scenes from imagined movies based on board games. This episode originally aired November 13, 2020.
04/06/21·49m 53s

Andrew Rannells: The Truth About Cats And Dogs

Actor Andrew Rannells looks back on his time as Elder Price in the Broadway musical, The Book of Mormon. Then, he plays a game about HGTV lingo. From the Hulu series Shrill, Lolly Adefope and E.R. Fightmaster play "Dolly Parton, Dalai Lama, or Both?" Comedians Carmen Lynch and Liz Miele play a game inspired by The Great British Baking Show.
28/05/21·49m 56s

Ryan O'Connell: The Real Housewives And The Olsen Twins

Ryan O'Connell, creator and star of the Netflix series, Special, talks about the challenges of writing about his cerebral palsy for the first time. Then he plays a game that combines geography, the Olsen twins, and Bravo's, The Real Housewives. Love About Town podcast hosts Kenice Mobley and Rohan Padhye guess which came first: Sliced bread or the electric toaster? Plus, childhood friends actor Micah Stock (Netflix's Bonding) and comic Beth Stelling (HBO Max Girl Daddy) play a game about their home state, Ohio.
21/05/21·49m 55s

Sean Hayes & Ed Helms: Podcast No. 9

Will & Grace's Sean Hayes talks about his pandemic puppy, his new medical podcast HypocondriActor, and his early days working as a piano player for a dinner theatre. Then, he's challenged to two games based on his obsession with medical stories. The stars of the comedy series Rutherford Falls, Jana Schmieding and Ed Helms, face off in a game of This, That, or the Other. Real Estate bandmates Martin Courtney and Alex Bleeker compete in a 90s themed music parody game about things from the 1890s, 1790s, 1690s... you get it.
14/05/21·55m 16s

Rachel Bloom: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Sane Current Guest

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom talks about her book I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are. Plus, Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Karen Chee and illustrator Jonny Sun decipher kids' readings of song lyrics, and Orange is the New Black's Alysia Reiner and Beth Dover hear Dolly Parton songs re-written to be about dolls. This episode originally aired November 20, 2020.
07/05/21·49m 45s

Maria Bamford & Richard Kind: Yogurt Is Gold, Baby

Rutherford Falls' co-creator Sierra Teller Ornelas talks about Native American representation in her new sitcom, and explains what "bank plants" are. Maria Bamford & Richard Kind (Everything's Gonna Be Okay) learn about space cheese. Mary Holland and Maureen Bharoocha (Golden Arm) learn about blue fries.
30/04/21·49m 50s

RZA & Busy Philipps & 'Woke' Creator Keith Knight & A Lizard

The Wu-Tang Clan's RZA talks with Ophira Eisenberg and Jonathan Coulton about his latest movie Cut Throat City, and the process of writing a new song for Good Humor's ice cream trucks. He also plays a game where he answers the question, "Is it a lizard?" Plus, Busy Philipps and comedy writer Shantira Jackson work together to make celebrity cocktails, and cartoonist Keith Knight and his sister Tracy geek out about The Brady Bunch. This episode originally aired September 18, 2020.
23/04/21·49m 55s

Yo-Yo Ma: Civic Duty

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma (Words + Music) talks about performing at a COVID vaccination site. Then, he's quizzed on classical music pieces quoted in pop songs. Chefs Sohla El-Waylly and Stella Parks help Ophira Eisenberg and Jonathan Coulton create dishes from random food items in their pantries. Timothy Simons (Veep) and The Pole producer Theodore Bressman listen to hair metal parodies about characters with little to no hair.
16/04/21·50m 1s

Spring TV: 'Chad' & 'Home Economics!' Also, Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts (The Late Late Show) and Kate Berlant (POOG podcast) determine whether wellness products are real or fake. From ABC's Home Economics, Sasheer Zamata and Caitlin McGee learn what "holding the candle" means. Plus, Saturday Night Live alum Nasim Pedrad talks about her new TBS sitcom Chad and tries to guess the endings of classic I Love Lucy episodes.
09/04/21·52m 45s

Alfonso Ribeiro: Jokes About Butts And Mild Transgressions

Comedians Demi Adejuyigbe and Gabriel Gundacker rise to the top as they answer trivia questions about bread. Star of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and host of America's Funniest Home Videos Alfonso Ribeiro talks about his Broadway days, epic fails, and the origins of the iconic Carlton dance. Alex Moffat (Saturday Night Live) and Jen Spyra (Big Time, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) learn about vampires and baby animals.
02/04/21·50m 2s

Jane Levy and Alex Newell: Zoey's Extraordinary Zoom Call

From the NBC series Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, actors Jane Levy and Alex Newell talk about the musical numbers on the show. Actor and comedian Baron Vaughn, of Grace and Frankie, talks about his SyFy Wire series The Great Debate and plays a game about Black playwrights. Plus, couple-testants Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg (Workin' Moms) break out the hot dish for a Minnesota-inspired game about Bob Dylan and Charles Schulz. This episode originally aired June 22, 2020.
26/03/21·49m 42s

HAIM: Women In Trivia Pt. III

Sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana of HAIM, discuss their third album Women in Music Pt. III, and being in a band with their parents. Then, they try to identify songs based only on the drum parts. Plus, comedians Greta Titelman, Benito Skinner, Erin Foley, and Arden Myrin play games about celebrity Zodiac signs and lesser-known sports. This episode originally aired July 24, 2020.
19/03/21·49m 57s

Justin, Travis And Griffin McElroy: My Podcast, My Podcast And My Other Podcast

Podcast hosts Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy (My Brother, My Brother and Me) talk about their book, Everybody Has a Podcast (Except You). Then they fight off trivia-spouting monsters in a game that tests their D&D knowledge and d20 luck. Plus, comedians Shalewa Sharpe and Gastor Almonte (The War Report podcast) listen to sped-up versions of slow jams and play a hilarious round of "Bridgerton character, sweatpants brand or potato?"
12/03/21·49m 53s

Eddie Huang & 'Judas And The Black Messiah' Writers: Who Tells Your Story

'Fresh Off the Boat' author and restaurateur Eddie Huang discusses Taiwanese buns, basketball, and his directorial debut with the new film, 'Boogie'. Story writers of 'Judas and the Black Messiah' Keith and Kenny Lucas learn about mushrooms, hacker aliases, and anime. Plus, comedians Emily Heller and Emmy Blotnick discover which real-life reporters played themselves in movies.
05/03/21·49m 56s

Home Cooking With Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Superstore's Nico Santos

Jesse Tyler Ferguson discusses Modern Family, his Michelin-star restaurant research for his one-man show Fully Committed and his new cookbook Food Between Friends. Then, he plays a game about his home state, New Mexico. Nico Santos (Superstore) and Zeke Smith (Disclosure) play This That Or The Other while dealing with a smoke alarm. Comedians Samantha Ruddy and Luke Mones are no beauty school dropouts as they rock n' roll to a Grease-themed music parody game about... Greece.
26/02/21·49m 59s

Kyra Sedgwick: Empty Nest, Barn Full Of Goats

Emmy Award-winning actor Kyra Sedgwick discusses her nearly four decade spanning career and her new comedy series, Call Your Mother. Then, she is challenged to a game about G.O.A.T. goats. Late Night with Seth Meyers writers Jeff Wright and Ben Warheit navigate the plots of cheesy Hallmark Original movies. From the film Save Yourselves! actors Sunita Mani and John Reynolds play a game about commonly-known things that are named after less commonly-known people.
19/02/21·50m 0s

Bob the Drag Queen And Camila Mendes: We're Here... To Play Games!

Bob the Drag Queen is back! The drag star, from RuPaul's Drag Race, tells us about his HBO docuseries We're Here and plays a grab-bag game that finally brings together Whoopi Goldberg, Kesha, and... clowns? Plus, Cristin Milioti and Camila Mendes (Palm Springs) plug their noses through a game about things that stink, and comedians Laurie Kilmartin (CONAN) and Erin Jackson (Last Comic Standing) CRASH BOOM ROAR in a game about iconic movie sound effects. This episode originally aired July 10, 2020.
12/02/21·50m 0s

Keegan-Michael Key: Key & Peele & Penguins & Shakespeare

Actor Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele) reveals which animal is the funniest, geeks out about Shakespeare and discusses his Audible Original series The History of Sketch Comedy. Actors Matt Wilkas and Brendan Scannell (Bonding) hear fictional animals introduced as if they were at the Westminster Dog Show. Plus, hosts of the podcast Add To Cart, Kulap Vilaysack and SuChin Pak, combine the titles of Broadway shows and corporate brands.
05/02/21·49m 55s

Ken Jeong: Mask Me Another

Actor Ken Jeong talks about his journey from studying medicine to becoming an actor and chats about his time as a panelist on The Masked Singer and its new spinoff, The Masked Dancer. Then, he plays a music parody game set to the tunes of iconic nineties rock songs. From the NBC musical comedy Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, actors Skylar Astin and John Clarence Stewart test their knowledge of unconventional instruments. Plus, comedians Cameron Esposito (Queery podcast) and Beth Stelling (HBO Max's Girl Daddy) navigate their way through a game about maps.
29/01/21·49m 51s

Leslie Jones Reinvigorates 'Supermarket Sweep'

A special bonus feed drop from the NPR podcast Pop Culture Happy Hour. Our producer and game show geek Travis Larchuk joined NPR's daily culture show, Pop Culture Happy Hour host Stephen Thompson to talk about the 2020 reboot of Supermarket Sweep, starring Saturday Night Live alum Leslie Jones. Supermarket Sweep features contestants running through a fake supermarket, throwing hams and giant wheels of cheese into their shopping carts.
27/01/21·15m 7s

Michelle Buteau: 'The Circle' And Van Halen

Comedian Michelle Buteau talks about her new book Survival of the Thickest and her gig hosting the socially-distanced Netflix reality series The Circle. Then she plays a game about Dutch things set to the tunes of Van Halen. Plus, Showtime docu-series Love Fraud directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady answer the question, "Is it a Lizard?" And the hosts of the You're Wrong About podcast Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes play a game with a mysterious whale named Jonathan Krillton.
22/01/21·49m 59s

Mayim Bialik & Saturday Night Live's Bowen Yang: Our Best New Show Of 2021

Comedian Bowen Yang talks about his work as a cast member on the latest season of Saturday Night Live. Then he plays a quiz about imaginary TV/video game crossovers. Plus, Call Me Kat actors Mayim Bialik and Cheyenne Jackson compete in an audio game about vintage toy commercials. And comedian Baron Vaughn and musician Open Mike Eagle compete in a music parody game about things you definitely remember learning in high school.
08/01/21·49m 40s

Kal Penn And Dan Soder: The Tournament Of Champions

It's Ask Me Another's first Tournament of Champions! Plus, actor Kal Penn talks about his comedy series Sunnyside and plays a wrestling quiz against comedian Dan Soder, who stars in the HBO comedy special Son of a Gary. This episode originally aired December 20, 2019.
01/01/21·51m 57s

Adam Lambert And Tony Hawk: A California Christmas

Two San Diego legends return for the holidays: American Idol's Adam Lambert joins skateboarder Tony Hawk for trivia at the Historic Balboa Theatre. This episode originally aired on December 21, 2018.
25/12/20·51m 12s

Andrew Bird: Mandatory Fun Office Holiday Party

Musician Andrew Bird shares how composer Vince Guaraldi's soundtrack for A Charlie Brown Christmas inspired his new holiday album Hark! Oscar Award-winning composers Robert and Kristen Anderson Lopez try to spot fake holiday album titles. The NPR Christmas Carols (NPR employees named Carol) make their debut in a music parody game. Plus, Jonathan Coulton's actual kids help their dad and Ophira Eisenberg translate and navigate the latest teen slang.
18/12/20·51m 13s

Richard Kind & Nnamdi Asomugha: Seriously, Ask Me Another

Actor and former Raiders NFL cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha takes on Christmas movie trivia and talks about his new film Sylvie's Love. Hilarious actor Richard Kind gets super competitive with comedian Ray Ellin — founder of the digital standup company Comedy Cloud. And comedians Ashley Nicole Black and Chelsea Devantez return to use their brains to answer questions about brains.
11/12/20·51m 24s

Rosie Perez, Fortune Feimster & Big Mouth's Ayo Edebiri: Fight And Flight

Rosie Perez talks about recording PSAs for the New York City Subway, meeting Muhammad Ali, and her role in HBO Max's The Flight Attendant. Plus, Fortune Feimster and Jillian Bell play a game about delicious musicians, and Big Mouth's Ayo Edebiri and comedian Olivia Craighead tackle animal kingdom quandaries.
04/12/20·51m 15s

Padma Lakshmi: Taste The Nation, From Your Couch

Pack your knives and go turn on this episode! Top Chef and Taste the Nation's Padma Lakshmi talks to us about doing improv with her daughter and eating liver ganache. Then she helps Ophira and Jonathan create delicious dishes from random ingredients in their pantries. Plus, from Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jenny Hagel and Amber Ruffin try to decipher the sounds of sheep from the sounds of human babies, and country singer-songwriter Margo Price and her guitarist husband Jeremy Ivey swear they didn't start the fire in a game combining historical events and Billy Joel songs. This episode originally aired July 17, 2020.
27/11/20·49m 47s

Rachel Bloom: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Sane Current Guest

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom joins us to talk about her new book I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are. Plus, Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Karen Chee and illustrator Jonny Sun decipher kids' readings of song lyrics, and Orange is the New Black's Alysia Reiner and Beth Dover hear Dolly Parton songs re-written to be about dolls.
20/11/20·49m 59s

Sarah Silverman, Sarah Paulson, Rickey Thompson & Denzel Dion: Influencers

It's a Sarah-bonanza! Sarah Paulson talks about her new Hulu film Run, out 11/20, and her Netflix series Ratched. Sarah Silverman tells us how she came up with the name of her new podcast, The Sarah Silverman Podcast. Plus, Rickey Thompson and Denzel Dion join the fun!
13/11/20·49m 45s

Hong Chau & Nico Santos: Superheroes And Superstores

Homecoming and Watchmen star Hong Chau plays a game about imaginary, misguided movie adaptations. Jordan Klepper (The Daily Show) and Jenny Hagel (Late Night With Seth Meyers) become amateur etymologists. Couple-testants Nico Santos (Superstore) and Zeke Smith (Survivor) try to remember 2019 trends. This episode originally aired May 22, 2020.
06/11/20·50m 4s

Chelsea Handler & Sharon Salzberg: Guided Meditation

It's a stressful time, so meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg begins the show with a guided meditation. Comedian Chelsea Handler talks about her new HBO Max special 'Evolution' and plays a game about actors and authors. Plus, comedians Dewayne Perkins and Aasia LaShay Bullock visit Moo-town, and comedians Mike Albo and Amanda Duarte play Fact Bag.
30/10/20·50m 2s

The Daily Show & What The Constitution Means To Me: Kids In America

Daily Show correspondents Ronny Chieng and Michael Kosta play a game about Elvis and The Lord of the Rings. Heidi Schreck talks about her play What the Constitution Means to Me and audits the cutest civics class ever, where kids read the Constitution. Plus, comedians Danielle Perez and Madison Shepard win the "good sport" award in a quiz about mascots.
23/10/20·49m 52s

D.J. "Shangela" Pierce: Quaran-Queen

HALLELOO! We're Here and RuPaul's Drag Race star D.J. "Shangela" Pierce talks about 'quaranqueening.' Plus, comedians Aparna Nancherla, Joyelle Nicole Johnson, Ashley Nicole Black, and Chelsea Devantez show off their smarts. This episode originally aired May 8, 2020.
16/10/20·49m 28s

Zachary Quinto: Spock-tober

Zachary Quinto, of Star Trek and Heroes, talks about the new Netflix film adaption of The Boys in the Band. Then he plays a game about famous pits and Pittsburghers. Plus, Welcome to Night Vale's Cecil Baldwin and The Neo-Futurists' Kate Jones make their triumphant return to the show, this time as friend-testants, and podcast host Baratunde Thurston and actor Kiran Deol dine on some trivia about celebrity chefs. Bon Appetit!
09/10/20·49m 59s

TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore, Parks & Rec, Silicon Valley & Insecure

This episode originally aired May 1, 2020. Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Stephanie Beatriz and Superstore's Lauren Ash compete in a game about city nicknames. Middleditch & Schwartz performers Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz play a music parody game. Insecure's Natasha Rothwell tests her knowledge of home improvement shows.
02/10/20·50m 3s

Bobby Berk: Queer Eye For Home Design

Queer Eye interior design expert Bobby Berk talks about learning from failure and tailoring designs for Queer Eye heroes. Then he plays an Animal Crossing-inspired game. Podcast hosts Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin take a quiz on tall things. Comedians Matt Rogers and Sudi Green play a game where they must sing the answers; only one of them wants to do it. This episode originally aired June 12, 2020.
25/09/20·50m 2s

RZA & Busy Philipps & 'Woke' Creator Keith Knight & A Lizard

The Wu-Tang Clan's RZA talks with Ophira Eisenberg and Jonathan Coulton about his new movie Cut Throat City, and the process of writing a new song for Good Humor's ice cream trucks. He also plays a game where he answers the question, "Is it a lizard?" Plus, Busy Philipps and comedy writer Shantira Jackson work together to make celebrity cocktails, and cartoonist Keith Knight and his sister Tracy geek out about The Brady Bunch.
18/09/20·50m 0s

Hilary Swank, Andy Richter & Yvette Nicole Brown: 'Away' We Go

Hilary Swank joins us to discuss her new Netflix show Away, where she plays an astronaut on the first crewed mission to Mars. She'll also try to guess which luxury dog services are real in a game called "Swank Dogs." Plus, gameshow veterans Yvette Nicole Brown and Andy Richter play a meaty word game, and Dr. Gameshow podcast hosts Jo Firestone and Manolo Moreno take turns guessing whether animal mating habits are real or fake.
11/09/20·50m 0s

Marc Maron & Aimee Mann: The Option Of Mystique

Stand-up comedian, podcaster, writer and actor Marc Maron talks about his Netflix special, End Times Fun, and takes a quiz about the 2019 movie, Cats (which he hasn't seen). Plus, two contestant couples go head-to-head: Musicians Aimee Mann and Michael Penn face off, and New Yorker cartoonist Emily Flake takes on John Pastore. This episode originally aired April 10, 2020.
04/09/20·49m 55s

QuaranTV: Ramy, Space Force And Lady Dynamite

Actor and comedian Ramy Youssef chats about the new season of his Hulu series Ramy and working with Mahershala Ali — plus he gives some tips on persuading your dad to buy you Pokemon cards. Plus comedians Jimmy O. Yang, Roy Wood Jr., Maria Bamford and Jackie Kashian join as contestants and bring the brainpower. This episode originally aired May 29, 2020.
28/08/20·49m 32s

Joseph Gordon-Levitt And Tony Shalhoub: 10 Things I Hate About Zoom

Joseph Gordon-Levitt joins us to discuss wearing wigs and playing an old man alien trapped in a teenage body. Then he makes our dreams come true in a game about songs famously associated with movies. Plus, the Oscar goes to... William Jackson Harper (The Good Place) and Yvonne Orji (Insecure) for playing a game about Oscar speeches! And Tony Shalhoub and Luke Kirby (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) find out if animal Tinder profiles are as cringeworthy as human Tinder profiles.
21/08/20·49m 59s

Orville Peck & Mitra Jouhari: A Cowpunk And One Busy Debra

Musician Orville Peck explains what country music and punk rock have in common. Then he plays a game about two of his heroes, Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston. Plus, comedians Mitra Jouhari and Whitmer Thomas compete in an anagram game and comedians Alyssa Limperis and May Wilkerson play a game that combines space and celebrities. This episode originally aired April 24, 2020.
14/08/20·50m 1s

Nicole Byer, Sasheer Zamata And 'Star Trek: Lower Decks': Starships And Friendships

Actor and comedian John Early discusses Search Party and officiating Amy Schumer's wedding. Then he time travels to the 1970s for a groovy game combining The Brady Bunch and Hollywood Squares. Plus, Sasheer Zamata (SNL) and Nicole Byer (Nailed It!) get giggly guessing Muppet laughs and Tawny Newsome and Jack Quaid (Star Trek: Lower Decks) take the meat out of Meatloaf in a music game about meat substitutes.
07/08/20·49m 59s

Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace

Actor and activist Debra Messing discusses the Will & Grace revival season and getting fired from her first job. Plus, comedians go head-to-head with their funny partners — Paul F. Tompkins, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Naomi Ekperigin, and Andy Beckerman join us as this week's couple-testants.
31/07/20·50m 27s

HAIM & Benito Skinner: Delis And Star Charts

Sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana, better known as HAIM, discuss their new album, what it was like to be in a band with their parents, and their deli tour, which was interrupted by coronavirus. Then—drum roll, please—they play a game about drum parts. Plus, Greta Titelman and Benito Skinner figure out who's SUCH a Gemini as they get quizzed on celebrity Zodiac signs. And in a game about lesser-known sports, will Erin Foley and Arden Myrin knock it out of the park, or will they drop the ball?
24/07/20·50m 0s

Padma Lakshmi: Taste The Nation, From Your Couch

Pack your knives and go turn on this episode! Top Chef and Taste the Nation's Padma Lakshmi talks to us about doing improv with her daughter and eating liver ganache. Then she helps Ophira and Jonathan create delicious dishes from random ingredients in their pantries. Plus, from Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jenny Hagel and Amber Ruffin try to decipher the sounds of sheep from the sounds of human babies, and country singer-songwriter Margo Price and her guitarist husband Jeremy Ivey swear they didn't start the fire in a game combining historical events and Billy Joel songs.
17/07/20·49m 54s

Bob the Drag Queen And Camila Mendes: We're Here... To Play Games!

Bob the Drag Queen is back! The drag star, from RuPaul's Drag Race, tells us about traveling across the country for HBO's We're Here and plays a grab-bag game that finally brings together Whoopi Goldberg, Kesha, and... clowns? Plus, Cristin Milioti and Camila Mendes (Palm Springs) plug their noses through a game about things that stink, and comedians Laurie Kilmartin (CONAN) and Erin Jackson (Last Comic Standing) CRASH BOOM ROAR in a game about iconic movie sound effects.
10/07/20·49m 13s

Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Luke James chats about opening for Beyoncé and Prince and sings-along to some classic steamy jams. Plus, find out why he's super into wolves. This episode originally aired January 3, 2020.
03/07/20·51m 4s

Jane Levy and Alex Newell: Zoey's Extraordinary Zoom Call

Actor and comedian Baron Vaughn, of Grace and Frankie, talks about his new SyFy Wire series The Great Debate and plays a game about Black playwrights. Plus, Jane Levy and Alex Newell (Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist) meditate on coping mechanisms, and couple-testants Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg (Workin' Moms) break out the hot dish for a Minnesota-inspired game about Bob Dylan and Charles Schulz.
26/06/20·49m 48s

Diallo Riddle & Bashir Salahuddin: Sherman's Showcase Black History Month...In June!

The creators of IFC's Sherman's Showcase, Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin chat about their Black History Month Spectacular out today. Comedians Solomon Georgio (High Fidelity, Shrill writer) and Casey Ley (The Gay Power Half Hour podcast) face off in a game about drag herstory. Then songwriters for Disney's Frozen, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, return to venture into the unknown.
19/06/20·49m 46s

Bobby Berk: Queer Eye For Home Design

Queer Eye interior design expert Bobby Berk talks about learning from failure and tailoring designs for Queer Eye heroes. Then he plays an Animal Crossing-inspired game. Podcast hosts Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin take a quiz on tall things. Comedians Matt Rogers and Sudi Green play a game where they must sing the answers; only one of them wants to do it.
12/06/20·51m 10s

DeRay Mckesson: Black Lives Matter

In this episode from September 2018 we talk with Black Lives Matter activist, author, and host of the Crooked Media podcast Pod Save The People DeRay Mckesson. He chats about the protests in Ferguson in 2014, social action, and his book, On the Other Side of Freedom: A Case for Hope. Then, he plays a game matching X-Men to their iconic looks.
05/06/20·50m 37s

QuaranTV: Ramy, Space Force And Lady Dynamite

Actor and comedian Ramy Youssef chats about the new season of his Hulu series Ramy, and working with actor Mahershala Ali. Plus Jimmy O. Yang (Silicon Valley), Roy Wood Jr. (The Daily Show), Maria Bamford (Lady Dynamite), and Jackie Kashian (The Dork Forest) join as contestants and bring the brainpower.
29/05/20·52m 14s

Hong Chau & Nico Santos: Superheros And Superstores

Watchmen star Hong Chau reveals the inspiration behind her character the 'rich futurist' Lady Trieu, and opens up about Homecoming Season 2. Plus, Jordan Klepper (The Daily Show), Jenny Hagel (Late Night w/Seth Meyers) Nico Santos (Superstore) and Zeke Smith (Survivor) take a swing at some trivia!
22/05/20·51m 25s

Michael McDonald: Once A Doobie, Always A Doobie

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Michael McDonald reflects on why he still considers himself a Doobie Brother after all these years, then plays a game inspired by his love of 60s singers. This episode originally aired October 25, 2019.
15/05/20·51m 30s

D.J. "Shangela" Pierce: Quaran-Queen

HALLELOO! We're Here and RuPaul's Drag Race star D.J. "Shangela" Pierce talks about 'quaranqueening.' Plus, comedians Aparna Nancherla, Joyelle Nicole Johnson, Ashley Nicole Black, and Chelsea Devantez show off their smarts.
08/05/20·50m 36s

TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore, Parks & Rec, Silicon Valley & Insecure

Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation), Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley), Lauren Ash (Superstore), and Natasha Rothwell (Insecure) join us to play games that make them go 'hmmm', but also laugh out loud.
01/05/20·50m 26s

Orville Peck & Mitra Jouhari: A Cowpunk And One Busy Debra

Country artist Orville Peck explains what country music and punk rock have in common. Then, he plays a game about two of his heroes, Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston. Plus, comedian pairs Mitra Jouhari & Whitmer Thomas and Alyssa Limperis & May Wilkerson go head-to-head in games about world leaders, outer space, and celebrities.
24/04/20·50m 16s

Alejandro Escovedo: Punk Rock Roots In Texas

Rocker Alejandro Escovedo talks about growing up in a big musical family and about his latest album. Then, his love of surfing and French cinema is tested in a gnarly game of This, That, or the Other. This episode originally aired November 8, 2019.
17/04/20·50m 51s

Marc Maron & Aimee Mann: End Times Fun

Comedian Marc Maron talks comedy during COVID-19, and musicians Aimee Mann & Michael Penn face-off.
10/04/20·51m 53s

Debra Messing & Paul F. Tompkins: Show Yourself Some Grace

Actor and activist Debra Messing talks about the Will & Grace revival seasons. Paul F. Tompkins, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Naomi Ekperigin, and Andy Beckerman join us as this week's couple-testants.
03/04/20·49m 46s

Emily Nussbaum: The Watch From Home Episode

In this work-from-home episode, The New Yorker's Emily Nussbaum talks about TV watching during COVID-19. Plus John Hodgman, Jackie Kashian, Robert Lopez, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez stand in as contestants.
27/03/20·50m 4s

Larry Owens: Sunday In The Park 6 Feet Away From George

Actor Larry Owens talks about his stint as a wedding singer and his love of Sondheim. Atlas Obscura's Dylan Thuras serves as the guest expert. This new episode was recorded on February 27, 2020.
20/03/20·49m 28s

Robert Earl Keen: Texas Troubadour

Musician Robert Earl Keen shares how foosball led to a career in music. Then he demonstrates knowing every U.S. president's birthday. This episode originally aired November 22, 2019.
13/03/20·49m 56s

Dan Deacon: Deacon-structing Dan

Musician Dan Deacon talks about his love of audience participation and using his natural singing voice on his new album, Mystic Familiar. Then, Dan plays a game about board games with mundane themes.
06/03/20·52m 29s

Ilfenesh Hadera: Spike Lee Alum And DJ School Dropout

Ilfenesh Hadera, from She's Gotta Have It, chats about growing up in Harlem, working with Spike Lee, and her new series, Godfather Of Harlem. This episode originally aired September 13, 2019.
28/02/20·49m 21s

Ben Sinclair: High Maintenance And The Battle Of The Podcast Stars

Ben Sinclair, co-creator and star of HBO's High Maintenance, opens up about his love of Chekhov and the real-life experiences that inspired the series. Plus, it's the battle of the podcast stars! The hosts of the podcasts Dr. Gameshow and Unofficial Expert play a series of puzzles and trivia games.
22/02/20·50m 3s

Antoni Porowski: Queer Eye For The Quiz Guy!

Antoni Porowski, a charming fifth of Netflix's Queer Eye, talks about his love for cooking and corgis, and is given a choice to play a game about guacamole or a game about books. This episode originally aired on Aug. 16, 2019.
14/02/20·49m 49s

Tan France: Naturally Tan

Queer Eye fashion expert Tan France discusses the responsibility of representation, embracing positivity in his new Netflix competition series Next in Fashion, and the secret behind his grandfather's clothing factory. Then, inspired by his upcoming stint on the Great Celebrity Bake-Off, France plays a game that puts his baking knowledge to the test. Plus, contestants face-off in a punk rock music parody game about not very punk fads.
07/02/20·49m 51s

John Cameron Mitchell: Getting Shrill

Writer and performer John Cameron Mitchell talks about portraying a nightmarish boss in Hulu's comedy Shrill, Hedwig and the Angry Inch's enduring legacy, and working with Patti LuPone on his new musical podcast. Then, Mitchell plays a game called "We're Going to Make You Sing," where he's quizzed on 1970s glam and punk that inspired Hedwig. Plus, contestants must reimagine literary romances as flirty text exchanges.
31/01/20·49m 55s

Julio Torres: My Favorite Espooky Shapes

Julio Torres reveals the inspiration behind his bilingual series, HBO's Los Espookys and plays a game where Greek gods are cast as Bachelor contestants. This episode originally aired August 30, 2019.
24/01/20·49m 50s

Justin Long And Marina Franklin: Franklin My Dear, I Don't Give A Long

Actor Justin Long returns to the Ask Me Another stage! Known for the "Get a Mac" ads, Long talks about hosting his new podcast Life Is Short, and interviewing his 103-year-old grandmother. Then, he plays a game of "Shorter or Longer?" Later, comedian Marina Franklin tells the story of how she bombed her first big break, and then tests her knowledge of themed restaurants.
17/01/20·49m 55s

Topher Grace And Arturo Castro: Stanning For Cereal

That '70s Show alum Topher Grace and Broad City's Arturo Castro share stories of their big breaks into acting then face-off in a trivia game about breakfast cereal! This episode originally aired on Aug. 2, 2019.
10/01/20·49m 53s

Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Luke James chats about working with Beyoncé and Prince, acting on the series The Chi, and sings-along to some classic steamy slow jams. Plus, an audio quiz where contestants must identify famous robots in pop culture. Bleep-bloop!
03/01/20·49m 54s

Adam Lambert And Tony Hawk: A California Christmas

Two San Diego legends come home for the holidays, as American Idol alum and Queen frontman Adam Lambert joins skateboarding giant Tony Hawk for festive trivia at the Historic Balboa Theatre. This episode originally aired on Dec. 21, 2018.
27/12/19·51m 35s

Kal Penn And Dan Soder: The Tournament Of Champions

Actor Kal Penn and comedian Dan Soder drop by Ask Me Another's first-ever Tournament of Champions, where we bring back four previous winning contestants to find who will be the big big winner. Penn talks about representing New York City's diversity in his comedy series Sunnyside. Then, he enters the ring to play a wrestling quiz against Soder, who stars in a new HBO special.
20/12/19·51m 14s

Anthony Ramos: A Quiz-mas Carol

Ophira and Jonathan use the power of trivia to melt the heart of puzzle guru Ebenezer Scrooge. Plus, actor Anthony Ramos (Hamilton, She's Gotta Have It). This episode originally aired Dec. 22, 2017.
13/12/19·51m 36s

Paula Cole: Where Have All The Puzzles Gone?

Singer-songwriter and activist Paula Cole shares how jazz inspired her to find her own Grammy-winning sound, and plays games that show off her anatomical and ornithological knowledge. Then, contestants play an audio quiz that reminds them why they should always turn off their cell phones before a show.
06/12/19·51m 45s

Trace Adkins And Carlene Carter: Cowboys And Cowpunks

Musician Trace Adkins shares the chance encounter that launched his career, and songwriter Carlene Carter reflects on growing up part of a legendary family. This episode originally aired May 31, 2019.
29/11/19·50m 14s

Robert Earl Keen: Texas Troubadour

At the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, Americana singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen describes how his early days spent in Houston barrooms led to a career in music, how he first met his longtime friend, Lyle Lovett, and why his daughter had to talk him into doing his own podcast. Then he demonstrates one of his superpowers: knowing every U.S. president's birthday. Plus, things get cheesy when contestants play a really gouda music parody game.
22/11/19·49m 47s

Josh Gondelman And Catherine Cohen: Brooklyn Famous

Josh Gondelman, talks about why he gives strangers pep talks on Twitter, and Catherine Cohen explains how she makes her cabaret comedy into fashion. This episode originally aired June 14, 2019.
15/11/19·49m 52s

Alejandro Escovedo: Punk Rock Roots In Texas

Latino punk veteran Alejandro Escovedo talks about growing up in a big musical family, his year living in the Chelsea Hotel, and his latest album, The Crossing. Then, his love of surfing and French cinema is tested in a gnarly game of This, That, or the Other. Plus, contestants channel their inner fifth grader in a game where every answer can be spelled upside-down on an LCD calculator.
08/11/19·49m 42s

Nicole Byer: Nailed It!

Ask Me Another heads to Seattle! Comedian and host of Nailed It!, Nicole Byer reflects on how she went from waiting tables to performing stand-up, and why celebrating failure is important. This episode originally aired on June 28, 2019.
01/11/19·49m 46s

Michael McDonald: Once A Doobie, Always A Doobie

At the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and "yacht rock" pioneer Michael McDonald reflects on his father's disappointment when he put down the banjo for rock and roll, and why he still considers himself a Doobie Brother. Then he plays a game inspired by his love of singers from the 1960s and '70s. Plus, meet the captain of a "cute lil' yellow tugboat," and gain some nautical knowledge.
25/10/19·46m 31s

Taylor Schilling: Orange Is The New Clown

Taylor Schilling explains why after seven seasons on Orange Is the New Black, she's going to clown school. This episode originally aired May 10, 2019.
17/10/19·49m 52s

Kristin Chenoweth: No Rest For The Wicked

Emmy and Tony Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth joins Ask Me Another in Houston, Texas. She reflects on her Wicked-ly impressive career on stage and her latest album, For The Girls. Then, the Broadway star belts it out in a game where she sings the titles of famous musicals, and takes on a quiz inspired by her love of 7-Eleven Slurpees. Plus, a final round with a "BIG" surprise ending.
11/10/19·49m 49s

Bowen Yang And Matt Rogers: I Don't Think So, Honey!

SNL cast member Bowen Yang, and comedian Matt Rogers face off in challenges about bees and honey, and bad movies starring pop divas. This episode originally aired July 19, 2019.
04/10/19·49m 56s

Matthew McConaughey: Commerce And Vanity

Ask Me Another hits the road! Matthew McConaughey chats about his love for Austin, Texas and his new role as the University of Texas' Minister of Culture. Then, he reflects on why he still loves the first three words he said on screen, and he's challenged on unusual laws in Texas and some college mascot history.
27/09/19·49m 56s

DeWanda Wise And Taye Diggs: She's Gotta Get Her Groove Back

She's Gotta Have It star DeWanda Wise recalls pursuing acting to avoid detention. And, Taye Diggs reflects on playing Hedwig, and his return to TV. Then they face off for This, That, or the Other. This episode originally aired on May 3, 2019.
20/09/19·50m 0s

Ilfenesh Hadera: Spike Lee Alum And DJ School Dropout

Ilfenesh Hadera, from the 2017 reboots of Baywatch and She's Gotta Have It, chats about growing up in Harlem, working with Spike Lee, and her new Epix series, Godfather Of Harlem. Then, this DJ school dropout plays a game about hip-hop samples. Plus, contestants play games about old-timey inventions and cheese, and the beloved Fact ag is back!
13/09/19·49m 54s

Retta: Tweet Yo' Self

Actor Retta reflects on trading her career in chemistry for one in comedy, her "crazy" audition for the role of Donna on Parks And Recreation, and what she loves about portraying a fully realized character on Good Girls. Then, she revisits some old TV-centric reaction tweets in a game about shows she used to watch. This episode originally aired on April 19, 2019.
06/09/19·49m 23s

Julio Torres: My Favorite Espooky

SNL writer Julio Torres explains the inspiration behind his bilingual series, HBO's Los Espookys, and the El Salvador-meets-New York connection of his comedy special, My Favorite Shapes, which involves strange objects on a conveyor belt. Then, he's challenged to a game where Greek gods are cast as contestants on The Bachelor.
30/08/19·49m 54s

Greta Lee And Leslye Headland: Valley Of The Russian Dolls

Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland and actor Greta Lee discuss sex scene storyboards, wackadoodle costumes, and their interpretation of the Netflix series' deeper meaning. This episode originally aired April 5, 2019.
23/08/19·49m 31s

Antoni Porowski: Queer Eye For The Quiz Guy

Food and wine expert for Netflix's Queer Eye, Antoni Porowski talks about his upcoming cookbook and the twists and turns he's taken in his career. Then, he plays a game about corgis, and is given a choice to play a game about guacamole or a game about books. Which does he choose? Plus, guest musician Julian Velard leads a music parody reworking Neil Diamond hits to make them about real people with Broadway musicals based on them.
16/08/19·49m 59s

Michael Ian Black Is Back, All Right!

Michael Ian Black talks redefining masculinity and hosting his podcast, Obscure. And therapist Esther Perel chats about relationship statistics. This episode originally aired Feb. 15, 2019.
09/08/19·49m 56s

Topher Grace And Arturo Castro: Cereal Stans

That '70s Show alum and host of the Minor Adventures podcast, Topher Grace reflects on his big break, and his film editing side-hustle that went viral. And Broad City's Arturo Castro dishes on his hip-hop boy band in Guatemala, and his latest show, Alternatino. Then, Grace and Castro face-off in a trivia game about breakfast cereal. Plus Julian Velard returns with a Yacht Rock parody game!
02/08/19·47m 49s

Aparna Nancherla: Introvert Goes 'Corporate'

Comedian Aparna Nancherla dishes about interning at NPR, transforming her struggles with mental health into comedy, and working an office job. This episode originally aired March 15, 2019.
26/07/19·50m 3s

Bowen Yang And Matt Rogers: I Don't Think So, Honey!

Co-hosts of the Las Culturistas podcast, Bowen Yang of SNL, and comedian Matt Rogers share how they became friends, and face off in games about honey and pop divas. Then, guest musician Julian Velard sings a theater kid's dream in a music parody game combining stage plays and musicals. Plus, host of HQ Words, Anna Roisman, leads a word game of her own.
19/07/19·49m 6s

Jim Gaffigan Brings The Laughs Again

Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan opens up about his creative partnership with his wife, and the real-life struggles that informed his album Noble Ape. This episode originally aired March 1, 2019.
12/07/19·49m 26s

Bob The Drag Queen And Monét X Change: Some Tea, Some Shade

RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen and All-Stars 4 contestant Monét X Change dish about discovering drag, choosing their stage names, and hosting their podcast Sibling Rivalry. Then, they separate icky food fact from fiction with the help of a food science professor. This episode originally aired on Feb. 1, 2019.
05/07/19·50m 1s

Nicole Byer: Nailed It!

Ask Me Another heads to Seattle! Comedian, actor, and podcast host Nicole Byer reflects on her move from waiting tables to performing stand-up about men's bodies, and dishes about celebrating failure in the Netflix baking competition series, Nailed It! Then, she plays a trivia game about the 1990 film Ghost.
28/06/19·49m 44s

Big Freedia: Queen Diva Of Quizzes

Big Freedia, the queen diva of bounce music, gives advice to aspiring twerkers and reveals what it's like to get a phone call from Beyoncé. This episode originally aired on July 8, 2016.
21/06/19·49m 31s

Josh Gondelman And Catherine Cohen: Brooklyn Famous

Two New York comedians take the stage. Josh Gondelman, writer-producer of Desus & Mero and "the nicest guy in comedy," explains why he gives strangers pep talks on Twitter. Then, cabaret comic Catherine Cohen makes comedy into fashion as they go head-to-head in trivia games about sports and mattresses.
14/06/19·50m 1s

Michael C. Hall and Ronny Chieng: More Fun Than A Carrot

Actor Michael C. Hall reflects on his roles in Six Feet Under and Dexter, and his return to the stage. Plus, The Daily Show's Ronny Chieng talks about his role in Crazy Rich Asians. This episode originally aired Nov. 2, 2018.
07/06/19·50m 10s

Trace Adkins And Carlene Carter: Cowboys And Cowpunks

Two of country music's finest join forces at the Polk Theater in Nashville for a night of games inspired by Music City. Trace Adkins shares the chance encounter that launched his career, while songwriter Carlene Carter explains how it felt to grow up in music and to carry on the family legacy.
31/05/19·49m 10s

Terry Crews: The Man's Got Talent

Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and America's Got Talent: The Champions host Terry Crews reflects on his football career, activist work, and his breakthrough in Hollywood. This episode originally aired on Jan. 18, 2019.
24/05/19·48m 41s

Jay Pharoah And Adam Pally: Licensed To 'Champaign ILL'

Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah looks back on his early stand-up days and shows off his celebrity impressions in a game with actor Adam Pally. This episode originally aired January 4, 2019.
17/05/19·49m 59s

Taylor Schilling: Orange Is The New Clown

Taylor Schilling explains why after seven seasons on Orange Is the New Black, she's going to clown school, and exploring Juggalo culture in her latest film Family. Then, she plays a game about things you can do instead of binge watching TV.
10/05/19·49m 31s

DeWanda Wise And Taye Diggs: She's Gotta Get Her Groove Back

DeWanda Wise, the star of She's Gotta Have It and the new Twilight Zone reboot, recalls how a high school teacher pushed her into acting as a way to stay out of detention. Then, actor Taye Diggs reflects on a long and varied career acting in film and Broadway, and writing children's books — plus his return to TV on All American. Then they go head-to-head in a game of This, That, or the Other.
03/05/19·49m 44s

Rose Byrne-ing Down The House

Rose Byrne chats about her movie Juliet, Naked and explains the interesting way she got into acting. Then, Ophira and Jonathan play a round of "Fact Bag." This episode originally aired Aug. 31, 2018.
26/04/19·50m 8s

Retta: Tweet Yo' Self

Actor Retta reflects on trading her career in chemistry for one in comedy, her "crazy" audition for the role of Donna on Parks And Recreation, and what she loves about portraying a fully realized character on Good Girls. Then, she revisits some old TV-centric reaction tweets in a game about shows she used to watch.
19/04/19·49m 6s

Michelle Wolf And Amber Ruffin: Late Night Trivia Fight

Michelle Wolf talks about her performance at the White House Correspondents' dinner. Amber Ruffin chats about writing for Late Night With Seth Meyers. This episode originally aired Nov. 30, 2018.
12/04/19·51m 27s

Greta Lee And Leslye Headland: Valley Of The Russian Dolls

Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland and actor Greta Lee discuss sex scene storyboards, wackadoodle costumes, and their interpretation of the Netflix series' deeper meaning. Then they play a game guessing the themes of weird and wonderful nesting dolls found on the internet.
05/04/19·49m 0s

Dascha Polanco And Mo Amer: Orange Is The New Black Flag

Actor Dascha Polanco chats juggling work and nursing school while auditioning for Orange Is the New Black. Then, Mo Amer shares how he got into comedy. This episode originally aired November 16, 2018.
29/03/19·51m 28s

Nick Kroll: The Story Of The Toothpaste Wedgie

Comedian and actor Nick Kroll discusses his childhood, his start in comedy, and the latest season of his show, Big Mouth. Plus, Fact Bag returns! This episode originally aired Oct. 19, 2018.
22/03/19·49m 50s

Aparna Nancherla: Introvert Goes 'Corporate'

Comedian and actor Aparna Nancherla dishes about interning at NPR, transforming her struggles with mental health into comedy, and working at a soul-crushing office job. Then, the Corporate star joins Jonathan Coulton and Ophira Eisenberg for a round of Fact Bag.
15/03/19·50m 45s

Natasha Lyonne: Random Houses

Natasha Lyonne walks us through her NYC survival kit. Then we quiz the actor, who grew up in Herman Melville's house, on other famous authors' homes. This episode originally aired September 23, 2016.
08/03/19·49m 6s

Jim Gaffigan Brings The Laughs Again

Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan opens up about performing for the Pope, his creative partnership with his wife, and the real-life struggles that informed his album Noble Ape. Then, he lends his tater tots expertise to a round of Wisdom of the Crowd.
01/03/19·49m 48s

Matt And Kim: How To Go Outside And Not Die

Ask Me Another heads to The Pageant in St. Louis with pop duo Matt and Kim. They discuss their album, Almost Everyday, how they met, and surviving natural disasters. This episode originally aired on Sept. 14, 2018.
22/02/19·49m 50s

Michael Ian Black Is Back, All Right!

Michael Ian Black talks redefining masculinity and hosting his podcast, Obscure. And, in honor of Valentine's Day, therapist Esther Perel quizzes Ophira and Jonathan on relationship statistics.
15/02/19·49m 48s

DeRay Mckesson: The Vest Is Yet To Come

Host of Crooked Media's Pod Save the People, DeRay Mckesson, talks about X-Men, his signature blue vest, smelly preteens, and his recent book. This episode originally aired Sept. 28, 2018.
08/02/19·50m 20s

Bob The Drag Queen And Monét X Change: Some Tea, Some Shade

RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen and All-Stars 4 contestant Monét X Change dish about discovering drag, choosing their stage names, and hosting their podcast Sibling Rivalry. Then, they separate icky food fact from fiction with the help of a food science professor.
01/02/19·48m 42s

Awkwafina And Sasha Velour: New York City Queens

Awkwafina, from Crazy Rich Asians, recommends NYC's best public restrooms. And, Sasha Velour winner of RuPaul's Drag Race, talks about the power of drag. This episode originally aired Aug. 17, 2018.
25/01/19·50m 11s

Terry Crews: The Man's Got Talent

Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and America's Got Talent: The Champions host Terry Crews reflects on his football career, activist work, and his breakthrough in Hollywood.
18/01/19·50m 12s

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.
11/01/19·50m 13s

Jay Pharoah And Adam Pally: Licensed To 'Champaign ILL'

Saturday Night Live alum Jay Pharoah looks back on his early stand-up days and shows off his celebrity impressions in a game with his co-star on the comedy series Champaign ILL, actor Adam Pally. Plus, a music parody game that will pump you up!
04/01/19·50m 32s

Melissa Joan Hart And Amy Seimetz: Multi Multi-Hyphenates

Melissa Joan Hart shares her experience remaking The Watcher in the Woods, and Amy Seimetz tells us about adapting The Girlfriend Experience. This episode originally aired on Sept. 29, 2017.
28/12/18·51m 13s

Adam Lambert And Tony Hawk: A California Christmas

Two San Diego legends come home for the holidays, as American Idol alum and Queen frontman Adam Lambert joins skateboarding giant Tony Hawk for festive trivia at the Historic Balboa Theatre.
21/12/18·50m 58s

Anthony Ramos: A Quiz-mas Carol

Ophira and Jonathan use the power of trivia to melt the heart of puzzle guru Ebenezer Scrooge. Plus, special guest Anthony Ramos (Hamilton, She's Gotta Have It), and Merriam-Webster's Kory Stamper! This episode originally aired Dec. 22, 2017.
14/12/18·50m 50s

Darlene Love: From Background To Limelight

Darlene Love reflects on her singing career, and collaborating with Tom Jones and Elvis. Plus, Ophira and Jonathan debut a game called "Fact Bag." This episode originally aired July 13, 2018.
07/12/18·51m 11s

Michelle Wolf And Amber Ruffin: Late Night Trivia Fight

Comedian Michelle Wolf opens up about her performance at the White House Correspondents' dinner, and Amber Ruffin talks about writing for Late Night With Seth Meyers. Then, they go head to head in not one, but two games!
30/11/18·51m 39s

François Clemmons: From Mozart to Mister Rogers

AMA heads to the Nantucket Film Festival with François Clemmons. Known for his role as Officer Clemmons on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, he reflects on his life and the film Won't You Be My Neighbor? This episode originally aired on June 29, 2018.
23/11/18·50m 11s

Dascha Polanco And Mo Amer: Orange Is The New Black Flag

Actor Dascha Polanco chats juggling work and nursing school while auditioning for Orange Is the New Black, and plays our first olfactory game! Then, Mo Amer shares the story of how he got into comedy after his family fled to Texas from Kuwait, and shows off his knowledge of world flags.
16/11/18·50m 20s

Ed Helms: Tag Me In

Actor Ed Helms shares a toothy secret kept from The Office producers. Plus, Rolling Stone critic Rob Sheffield helps with a game about summer jams. This episode originally aired on June 15, 2018.
09/11/18·50m 39s

Michael C. Hall And Ronny Chieng: More Fun Than A Carrot

Actor Michael C. Hall reflects on his roles in Six Feet Under and Dexter, and his return to the stage in Thom Pain (based on nothing). Plus, The Daily Show's Ronny Chieng talks about his role in Crazy Rich Asians and plays a game about Nintendo games.
02/11/18·50m 10s

Ethan Slater And Kyle Jarrow: Squarely SpongeBob

Ethan Slater, star of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, shares his journey to his Tony nomination. This episode originally aired on Friday, June 1, 2018.
26/10/18·50m 12s

Nick Kroll: The Story Of The Toothpaste Wedgie

Actor and comedian Nick Kroll discusses character comedy, lightly stalking elderly men, and his Netflix series, Big Mouth. Then, he plays a game about commercials turned into TV shows and movies. Plus, Fact Bag returns!
19/10/18·49m 52s

Diane Guerrero: Most Likely To Be Superlative

Actor Diane Guerrero takes us behind the scenes on Orange is the New Black, and plays a game about celebrity superlatives. This episode originally aired on May 18, 2018.
12/10/18·50m 18s

Tom Arnold And Jill Sobule: Nostalgia Kills

Ask Me Another relives the 1990s with two special guests: Comedian Tom Arnold discusses his early job at a meatpacking plant, breaking into comedy, and his new Viceland series. Then, singer-songwriter Jill Sobule joins Jonathan Coulton to perform a music parody game.
05/10/18·50m 10s

DeRay Mckesson: The Vest Is Yet To Come

Activist and host of Crooked Media's Pod Save The People, Deray Mckesson talks about his love of the X-Men, his iconic blue vest, smelly preteens, and his new book. Plus, meet a "Question Czar" in a new edition of Mystery Guest!
28/09/18·50m 17s

Jenn Colella And The Phantom Broadway Tattoo

Jenn Colella talks about befriending the real-life inspiration behind her character in the Broadway musical Come From Away, then plays a game about Broadway musical-related tattoos. This episode originally aired on May 4, 2018.
21/09/18·50m 26s

Matt And Kim: How To Go Outside And Not Die

Ask Me Another heads to The Pageant in St. Louis with pop duo Matt and Kim. They discuss their new album, Almost Everyday, how they met, and surviving natural disasters. Plus another rousing round of Fact Bag!
14/09/18·50m 35s

Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine: Muse Clues

Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine talks aobut challenges of playing Ronnie on Showtime's The Chi. Then, he's challenged to a game about his personal muses. This episode originally aired on April 13, 2018.
07/09/18·50m 31s

Rose Byrne-ing Down The House

Rose Byrne, star of Damages, Bridesmaids, and the new film, Juliet, Naked, talks about getting her start in Australian soap operas, and plays a game guessing the titles of Australian releases of American films. Plus, a brand-new round of Fact Bag!
31/08/18·50m 32s

Lena Hall: From Yitzhak to Hedwig

Tony Award winner Lena Hall tells us about her next level audition for the Hedwig and the Angry Inch revival. Then she plays a game based on her monthly EP covers project, "Obsessed." This episode originally aired on March 27, 2018.
24/08/18·50m 32s

Awkwafina And Sasha Velour: New York City Queens

Two queens take the stage! Awkwafina, star of Crazy Rich Asians, recommends New York City's best public restrooms. Then, Sasha Velour, winner of RuPaul's Drag Race, talks about the power of drag.
17/08/18·50m 8s

William Jackson Harper: Getting To The Good Place

William Jackson Harper shares where he was physically and emotionally when cast on The Good Place. Then New York Times ethics columnist Kwame Anthony Appiah joins in a game about everyday ethics. This episode originally aired on March 16, 2018.
10/08/18·50m 14s

Derek DelGaudio: Sleight Of Mind

Magician Derek DelGaudio explains pairing storytelling with magic tricks in his off-Broadway show In & Of Itself. Plus, our mystery guest is a Senior Content Insights Manager. What is that? This episode originally aired on March 2, 2018.
03/08/18·50m 18s

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. Plus, a music parody game where ABBA and Nobel Prizes collide.
27/07/18·50m 11s

Lola Kirke: Mozart In The Puzzle

Lola Kirke talks about "fake playing" the oboe on Mozart in the Jungle, and portraying one of the only woman conductors on television. Then we challenge her to a game about real and fake operas. This episode originally aired on Feb. 16, 2018.
20/07/18·50m 21s

Darlene Love: From Background To Limelight

Darlene Love, the legendary singer and star of the documentary, 20 Feet From Stardom, reflects on her career, and collaborating with artists like Tom Jones and Elvis Presley. Plus, Ophira and Jonathan debut a new game called Fact Bag.
13/07/18·49m 47s

Chris Hadfield: Ground Control To Major Trivia

AMA blasts off to D.C. with astronaut Chris Hadfield! He talks about the challenges of spending five months in space, gives tips on playing space guitar. This episode originally aired on Feb. 8, 2018.
06/07/18·50m 58s

Francois Clemmons: From Mozart to Mister Rogers

AMA heads to the Nantucket Film Festival with François Clemmons. Known for his role as Officer Clemmons on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, he reflects on his life and the film Won't You Be My Neighbor.
29/06/18·50m 12s

Mary Wiseman: Live Long And BLEEP

Mary Wiseman, from Star Trek: Discovery, talks about the passion of the fandom, and plays a game inspired by her being the first character in the Star Trek universe to swear. This episode originally aired on Jan. 26, 2018.
22/06/18·50m 19s

Ed Helms: Tag Me In

Actor Ed Helms talks about his new movie Tag and shares a toothy secret kept from The Office producers. Plus, Rolling Stone critic Rob Sheffield joins for a game about his favorite summer jams. And Jonathan Coulton loses a Tony Award!
15/06/18·50m 14s

Luka Kain: Pikachu, Strike A Pose

Luka Kain talks about his breakout role in the film Saturday Church, about a genderqueer teen finding community in the NYC ballroom scene. This episode originally aired on Jan. 12, 2018.
08/06/18·50m 18s

Ethan Slater And Kyle Jarrow: Squarely SpongeBob

Ethan Slater, the titular star of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, shares his journey to the Tony-nominated role. The musical's book-writer, Kyle Jarrow, joins Slater for a game about sad songs with an optimistic, spongy twist.
01/06/18·50m 13s

Jason Mraz: Choco-mole And Pie

Mraz recounts the palm reading that led him to drop out of college and make music, and how Sara Bareilles brought him to the Broadway musical Waitress. This episode originally aired Dec. 1, 2017.
25/05/18·49m 56s

Diane Guerrero: Most Likely To Be Superlative

Actor Diane Guerrero talks about working on Orange Is The New Black, and plays a game about celebrity superlatives. Plus, she talks about her new young adult memoir about her family's immigration struggle.
18/05/18·49m 59s

Roxane Gay: The Facts And The Furious: Orlando Drift

AMA's at Hard Rock Live Orlando! Roxane Gay talks about writing the memoir she planned to avoid, and her 243-point Scrabble play. This episode originally aired on December 15, 2017.
11/05/18·50m 4s

Jenn Colella And The Phantom Broadway Tattoo

Jenn Colella talks about befriending the real-life inspiration behind her character in the Broadway musical Come From Away, then plays a game about Broadway musical-related tattoos.
04/05/18·50m 13s

Los Angeles: Famepocalypse Part Two

We're back in LA for Famepocalypse, Part II! This time our celebri-testants are Linda Cardellini, Jeff Garlin, Lance Reddick, and Paul Rust. This episode originally aired on November 3, 2017.
27/04/18·50m 36s

Los Angeles: Famepocalypse Part One

AMA heads to LA for the first of two special episodes. Featuring D'Arcy Carden, Brett Gelman, Missi Pyle, and Paul Scheer, plus music by Aimee Mann! This episode originally aired on October 27, 2017.
20/04/18·48m 31s

Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine: Muse Clues

Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine talks us through the challenges of playing Ronnie on Showtime's The Chi. Then we challenge the actor, filmmaker, and photographer to a game about his personal muses.
13/04/18·50m 12s

Mozhan Marnò: Diaries, Screenplays, And Blacklists

Mozhan Marnò shares the research behind shaping her character, FBI and Mossad operative Samar Navabi, on The Blacklist. This episode originally aired on November 17, 2017.
06/04/18·50m 10s

Lena Hall: From Yitzhak To Hedwig

Tony Award winner Lena Hall talks about her next level audition for the Hedwig and the Angry Inch revival. Then she plays a game based on her monthly EP covers project, "Obsessed."
30/03/18·50m 12s

Kerry Bishé: Halt And Catch Science

Kerry Bishé from Halt and Catch Fire shares how, as a self-proclaimed Luddite, she was able to connect with her character, a computer engineer. This episode originally aired on August 4, 2017.
23/03/18·50m 47s

William Jackson Harper: Getting To The Good Place

William Jackson Harper shares where he was (physically and emotionally) when he was cast on The Good Place. Then, New York Times ethics columnist Kwame Anthony Appiah joins him in a game about everyday ethics.
16/03/18·50m 25s

Melissa Joan Hart And Amy Seimetz: Multi Multi-Hyphenates

Melissa Joan Hart shares what still scared her while remaking the film The Watcher in the Woods, and Amy Seimetz tells us about adapting The Girlfriend Experience into a format-breaking series. This episode originally aired September 29, 2017.
09/03/18·50m 51s

Derek DelGaudio: Sleight Of Mind

Magician Derek DelGaudio explains pairing storytelling with magic tricks in his off-Broadway show 'In & Of Itself.' Plus, our mystery guest is a Senior Content Insights Manager. What is that?
02/03/18·50m 49s

Julia Stiles: Antihero Of The 'Riviera'

Julia Stiles tells us about playing a female antihero in the Sundance Now series Riviera. This episode originally aired on September 15, 2017.
23/02/18·50m 35s

Lola Kirke: Mozart In The Puzzle

Lola Kirke talks about "fake playing" the oboe on Mozart in the Jungle, and portraying one of the only woman conductors on television. Then we challenge her to a game about real and fake operas.
16/02/18·50m 37s

Chris Hadfield: Ground Control To Major Trivia

We blast off to D.C. with astronaut Chris Hadfield! He talks about the challenges of spending five months in space, gives tips on playing space guitar, and plays a game about winter sports.
09/02/18·51m 47s

Adam Conover: Adam Fixes Everything

Adam Conover from truTV's Adam Ruins Everything tells us why ignorance is not bliss. Then we challenge him to a game we call Adam Fixes Everything. This episode originally aired on October 13, 2017.
02/02/18·50m 36s

Mary Wiseman: Live Long And BEEP

Mary Wiseman, Cadet Tilly on Star Trek: Discovery, tells us about the passion of the fandom, and plays a game inspired by her being the first character in the Star Trek universe to swear.
26/01/18·51m 13s

Rita Dove: Set Phasers To Poem

Ask Me Another goes to the Virginia Arts Festival with former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove. This episode originally aired on August 25, 2017.
19/01/18·49m 23s

Luka Kain: Pikachu, Strike A Pose

Luka Kain talks about his breakout role in the movie Saturday Church, about a genderqueer teen finding community in the NYC ballroom scene. Plus, he's gotta guess 'em all in a Pokémon challenge!
12/01/18·50m 6s

Movie Favorites

We revisit some of our favorite movie-themed games, plus our interview with actor-director brothers Jay and Mark Duplass. If it goes well enough, we'll produce three sequels and a prequel.
05/01/18·49m 0s

Annabelle Gurwitch: 'Don't Treat Me Like Family'

Annabelle Gurwitch shares stories from her humorous memoir, Wherever You Go, There They Are. This episode originally aired on June 16, 2017.
29/12/17·49m 44s

Anthony Ramos: A Quiz-mas Carol

Ophira and Jonathan use the power of trivia to melt the heart of puzzle guru Ebenezer Scrooge. With special guest Anthony Ramos (Hamilton, She's Gotta Have It), and Merriam-Webster's Kory Stamper!
22/12/17·49m 17s

Roxane Gay: The Facts And The Furious: Orlando Drift

AMA is at Hard Rock Live in Orlando! Roxane Gay talks about writing the memoir she planned to avoid, and her 243-point Scrabble play. Plus, a game about her favorite movies, The Fast and the Furious.
15/12/17·50m 54s

Chris Colfer: Fans, Fiction, And Fan Fiction

Chris Colfer recounts auditioning for the hit show Glee, and how his distaste for reality led to his best-selling YA series, The Land of Stories. This episode originally aired on July 14, 2017.
08/12/17·49m 16s

Jason Mraz: Choco-mole And Pie

Mraz recounts the palm reading that led him to drop out of college and make music, and how Sara Bareilles brought him to the Broadway musical Waitress. Then we quiz this organic farmer on avocados.
01/12/17·49m 17s

Janeane Garofalo And Lili Taylor: Returning To 'Marvin's Room'

Janeane Garofalo and Lili Taylor talk about '90s comedy and nostalgia. Then, they guess which of them said a famous line of movie and TV dialogue. This episode originally aired on July 28, 2017.
24/11/17·48m 55s

Mozhan Marnò: Diaries, Screenplays, And Blacklists

Mozhan Marnò shares the research behind shaping her character, FBI and Mossad operative Samar Navabi, on 'The Blacklist.' Inspired by her voiceover work, we play a game about celebrity audiobooks.
17/11/17·49m 30s

Betty Gilpin: GLOW-ing Faces

From Netflix's GLOW, Betty Gilpin talks about larger-than-life female wrestlers and making weird character faces. This episode originally aired on Friday, June 30, 2017.
10/11/17·50m 46s

Los Angeles: Famepocalypse Part Two

We're back in LA for Famepocalypse, Part II! This time our celebri-testants are Linda Cardellini, Jeff Garlin, Lance Reddick, and Paul Rust. Plus, a special game with Bulleye's Jesse Thorn.
03/11/17·50m 43s

Los Angeles: Famepocalypse Part One

AMA heads to LA for the first of two special episodes with all celebrity contestants! Featuring D'Arcy Carden, Brett Gelman, Missi Pyle, and Paul Scheer, plus music by special guest Aimee Mann!
27/10/17·50m 36s

Javier Muñoz And David Harbour: The World Turned Upside Down

Javier Muñoz, from the musical Hamilton, teaches us about presidential pets. And David Harbour from Stranger Things plays Dungeons & Dragons. This episode originally aired on October 14, 2016.
20/10/17·50m 45s

Adam Conover: Adam Fixes Everything

Adam Conover from truTV's Adam Ruins Everything tells us why ignorance is not bliss. Then we challenge the notorious debunker to a game we call Adam Fixes Everything, about famously broken things.
13/10/17·50m 45s

Amy Sedaris: Etsy Or Smithsonian?

Amy Sedaris talks about finally starting her dream project, a TV show about hosting and we put her crafting expertise in a game of "Etsy or Smithsonian?" This episode originally aired April 14, 2017.
06/10/17·50m 37s

Melissa Joan Hart And Amy Seimetz: Multi Multi-Hyphenates

Melissa Joan Hart shares what still scared her while remaking the film 'The Watcher in the Woods,' and Amy Seimetz tells us about adapting 'The Girlfriend Experience' into a format-breaking series.
29/09/17·49m 46s

Tank And The Bangas: Tiny Desks And Disney Musicals

Tiny Desk Contest winners Tank and the Bangas tell us why they almost didn't apply for the NPR music competition and we quiz them on Disney soundtracks. This episode originally aired on May 26, 2017.
22/09/17·51m 49s

Julia Stiles: Antihero Of The 'Riviera'

Julia Stiles tells us about playing a female antihero in the new Sundance Now series Riviera, then plays a game inspired by her role in the Bourne films and her love for the singer Morrissey.
15/09/17·50m 49s

Judy Gold: Very Special Episodes

Comedian Judy Gold talks about coming out to her audience, and her podcast "Kill Me Now." Then we quiz her on strange episodes of classic sitcoms. This episode originally aired on March 17th, 2017.
08/09/17·49m 54s

AMA Favorites: Sex, Drugs, And Rock 'N' Roll Edition

Crank your stereo up to 11! This week, Ask Me Another touches on the holy trinity of debauchery in a compilation episode devoted to games about sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll.
01/09/17·50m 4s

Rita Dove: Set Phasers To Poem

Ask Me Another goes to the Virginia Arts Festival with former U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove. We quiz the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' fan on famous poems rewritten about characters from the series.
25/08/17·50m 43s

Penn Jillette: Fool Us Once

Ask Me Another is in Phoenix, Arizona with Penn Jillette! He pulls back the curtain on his distaste for magic and his working relationship with Teller. This episode originally aired on April 28, 2017.
18/08/17·52m 22s

Andy Karl: 'Groundhog Day' Seven Days A Week

Tony Nominee Andy Karl from Broadway's Groundhog Day shares what makes the script irresistible and his thoughts on movies turned musicals. This episode originally aired on May 12, 2017.
11/08/17·50m 43s

Kerry Bishé: Halt And Catch Science

Kerry Bishé from Halt and Catch Fire shares how, as a self-proclaimed Luddite, she was able to connect with her character, a computer engineer. Then this STEM advocate plays "Two Truths and a Lie."
04/08/17·50m 38s

Janeane Garofalo And Lili Taylor: Returning To 'Marvin's Room'

Janeane Garofalo and Lili Taylor, the stars of the Broadway revival of 'Marvin's Room,' talk about 90s comedy and nostalgia. Then, they guess which of them said a famous line of movie and TV dialogue.
28/07/17·51m 4s

Zazie Beetz: Atlanta In Brooklyn

Zazie Beetz shares her theories as to why FX's Golden Globe-winning series Atlanta resonated with fans and critics in its first season. This episode originally aired on January 27, 2017.
21/07/17·50m 25s

Chris Colfer: Fans, Fiction, And Fan Fiction

Chris Colfer recounts auditioning for the hit show Glee, and how his distaste for reality led to his best-selling Young Adult series, The Land of Stories. Then we quiz him on unlikely fan fiction.
14/07/17·49m 41s

Roy Wood Jr.: Puzzle Banger After Banger

Comedian and Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. shares the struggles of raising his son in a world with racism and $9 smoothies. This episode originally aired on Feb. 17, 2017.
07/07/17·50m 42s

Betty Gilpin: GLOW-ing Faces

From Netflix's GLOW, Betty Gilpin talks about larger-than-life female wrestlers and making weird character faces. Then she plays a round of "Wrestling Name, Phish Song or Essie Nail Polish Color."
30/06/17·50m 49s

Naturi Naughton And Omari Hardwick: Power Puzzlers

Naturi Naughton and Omari Hardwick reveal what inspires their characters on Starz's Power, then sing the titles to classic 90s R&B hits. This episode originally aired on August 26, 2016.
23/06/17·50m 7s

Annabelle Gurwitch: 'Don't Treat Me Like Family'

Annabelle Gurwitch shares stories from her humorous memoir, 'Wherever You Go, There They Are.' Then we challenge the former 'Dinner and a Movie' co-host to guess real and fake recipes from the show.
16/06/17·51m 25s

Tim Gunn: Make It Smirk!

Project Runway's Tim Gunn helps us "make it work" in a game that rewrites his famous catchphrase. This episode originally aired on December 16, 2016.
09/06/17·51m 2s

Kathleen Madigan: Life On The Road

Comedian Kathleen Madigan talks about her Netflix special 'Bothering Jesus,' then battles Lewis Black in a quiz about life on the road. This episode originally aired on Feb. 3, 2017.
02/06/17·51m 17s

AMA Bonus: Tank And The Bangas Full Set

Tiny Desk Contest winner Tank and the Bangas played more music than we could fit into our episode. So here's the entire four-song set! Be sure to check out the full episode in your podcast feed.
29/05/17·36m 15s

Tank And The Bangas: Tiny Desks And Disney Musicals

Tiny Desk Contest winners Tank and the Bangas tell us why they almost didn't apply for the NPR music competition. Plus, they throw down on Disney tunes, and play a few of their own!
26/05/17·51m 41s

Tim Daly: Mr. Madam Secretary

Madam Secretary's Tim Daly shares what it's like being in a show about the American government in our current political climate, and his friendship with Madeleine Albright.
19/05/17·51m 16s

Andy Karl: 'Groundhog Day' Seven Days A Week

Tony Nominee Andy Karl from Broadway's Groundhog Day shares what makes the script irresistible and his thoughts on movies turned musicals. Plus a game about weather forecasters who became celebrities.
12/05/17·52m 15s

Brooklyn Decker: Two Truths And A Lie, Lie, Lie

Ask Me Another brings a little bit of Brooklyn to Dallas with special guest Brooklyn Decker — who talks about acting in the Netflix series 'Grace and Frankie,' and then plays a game of two truths and a lie — boy band edition!
05/05/17·51m 3s

AMA Bonus: Ask Me Another Turns Five!

In honor of Ask Me Another's fifth anniversary, host Ophira Eisenberg and puzzle guru Art Chung revisit the show's first episode, and check in with actor and author John Hodgman to see how his life has changed since his first appearance.
04/05/17·56m 48s

Penn Jillette: Fool Us Once

Ask Me Another rises from the ashes in Phoenix, AZ with Penn Jillette! He pulls back the curtain on his distaste for magic, his strictly working relationship with Teller, and his love of being fooled.
28/04/17·50m 47s

Cameron Esposito And Craig Robinson: Every Action Movie Has An Equal Opposite Reaction Movie

Comedian Cameron Esposito tells us about her series Take My Wife, inspired by her and her wife Rhea Butcher. Plus Craig Robinson talks Morris From America, then helpsparody the Styx song "Lady."
21/04/17·50m 41s

Amy Sedaris: Etsy Or Smithsonian?

We travel to the Philadelphia area with Amy Sedaris! She talks about finally starting her dream project, a TV show about hosting, and we put her crafting expertise in a game of "Etsy or Smithsonian?"
14/04/17·50m 28s

Natasha Lyonne: Random Houses

Natasha Lyonne plans a double feature strategy for her films Yoga Hosers and Antibirth. Then we quiz the actor, who grew up in Herman Melville's house, on other famous authors' homes.
07/04/17·49m 51s

Josh Groban And Lucas Steele: Double Your Pleasure

Josh Groban and Lucas Steele from The Great Comet, a musical based on Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, share what makes their show unique, from audience interaction to immersive sound design.
31/03/17·51m 29s

Jason Jones: Comfy Bunny Hug

Former Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones talks about the birds and the bees on his TBS series The Detour, and helps translate Canadian sayings into American.
24/03/17·53m 11s

Judy Gold: Very Special Episodes

Comedian Judy Gold talks about coming out to her audience, and her podcast "Kill Me Now," where celebrities reveal what makes them angry. Then we quiz her on strange episodes of classic sitcoms.
17/03/17·52m 9s

Big Freedia: Queen Diva Of Quizzes

The Queen Diva of bounce music, Big Freedia, gives advice to aspiring twerkers and reveals what it's like to get a phone call from Beyoncé.
10/03/17·1h 26m

Tim Daly: Mr. Madam Secretary

Madam Secretary's Tim Daly shares what it's like being in a show about the American government in our current political climate, and his friendship with Madeleine Albright.
03/03/17·50m 54s

Gillian Jacobs And Kate Micucci: Your Brain Is Not Enough

Gillian Jacobs and Kate Micucci, stars of Mike Birbiglia's film Don't Think Twice, join Ophira Eisenberg to talk songwriting, scary improv moments, and Scooby-Doo monsters. This episode originally aired on August 5, 2016.
24/02/17·1h 27m

AMA Bonus: Roy Wood Jr. Rapid-Fire Questions

Comedian Roy Wood Jr. answers a round of rapid-fire questions in this bonus that couldn't fit into our recent episode. Find out what Baskin-Robbins flavors Roy would advise against.
22/02/17·5m 34s

Roy Wood Jr.: Puzzle Banger After Banger

Comedian and Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. shares the struggles of raising his son in a world with racism and $9 smoothies. Then we quiz him on his favorite pastime—jigsaw puzzles!
17/02/17·51m 0s

Mike Rowe And NASA Scientists: Dirty Jobs In Spaaace!

Ask Me Another travels to Orlando! We talk to Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs about his own surprising career path. Plus, NASA scientists Gioia Massa and Melissa Jones dissect science in Hollywood films.
10/02/17·52m 58s

Kathleen Madigan: Life On The Road

Comedian Kathleen Madigan talks about her Netflix special, 'Bothering Jesus,' then battles Lewis Black in a quiz about life on the road. Plus, returning contestants take a second shot at AMA glory!
03/02/17·52m 20s

Zazie Beetz: Atlanta In Brooklyn

Zazie Beetz shares her theories as to why FX's Golden Globe-winning series "Atlanta" resonated with fans and critics in its first season. Plus, our Mystery Guest has a hobby that most women do not.
27/01/17·52m 40s

Eugene Mirman: Burger On A Sesame Seed Pun

AMA goes back to school at Haverford College with all-student contestants! Plus, comedian Eugene Mirman, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in comedy, plays Burger of the Day—AMA style.
20/01/17·53m 8s

Cat Cora: Her Kitchen Rules

Celebrity Chef Cat Cora dishes on her TV show "My Kitchen Rules" and the strange ways she kept her edge on "Iron Chef America." Plus, she guesses odd dishes made up of rhyming foods like "steak cake."
13/01/17·51m 56s

Connie Britton And Martina McBride: 'This One's For The Girls' (R)

AMA heads to Nashville! NPR's Ann Powers gives us the inside scoop on Music City, musician Martina McBride talks about her writing process, and actor Connie Britton plays a game about famous TV moms.
06/01/17·51m 26s

Jeff Goldblum, Maika Monroe, 'Weird Al' Yankovic: 10 Out Of 10 Goldblums (R)

AMA heads to Los Angeles! Jeff Goldblum and Maika Monroe from Independence Day: Resurgence discuss the challenges of acting with CGI aliens. Plus, "Weird Al" Yankovic parodies a David Bowie classic.
30/12/16·51m 33s

Leslie Odom Jr.: Aaron Burr, Sir (R)

Broadway's Leslie Odom Jr., who played Aaron Burr in the hit musical Hamilton, joins us to talk about the show's meteoric rise and his path to Broadway as a high school student.
23/12/16·53m 21s

Tim Gunn: Make It Smirk!

Author Jason Porath talks rebellious, unapologetic, and brave women in "Rejected Princesses." Then Project Runway's Tim Gunn helps us "make it work" in a game that rewrites his famous catchphrase.
16/12/16·53m 32s

Pablo Hidalgo: Red Five Standing By

Lucasfilm Creative Executive Pablo Hidalgo explains the challenges of keeping the Star Wars universe together. Plus contestants from all over the country phone in for an entirely in-studio episode.
09/12/16·52m 10s

Literary Favorites

Why read books when you can play games about them? Join us as we revisit our favorite literary-themed games. Plus, a novel interview with author and actress Lauren Weedman. It's a real page turner!
02/12/16·51m 0s

Bob Boilen And Gaelynn Lea: What's In Your Tiny Desk? (R)

NPR Music host Bob Boilen talks about the Tiny Desk Contest and winner Gaelynn Lea plays two of her songs. Then naturally the two play a game about things you find in a desk. This Episode originally aired June 3, 2016.
25/11/16·52m 23s

Cary Elwes, Dennis Quaid, Christian Cooke: The Art Of More

Dennis Quaid and Christian Cooke from the Crackle series The Art Of More reveal their odd jobs and set mishaps. And co-star Cary Elwes tests his wits in a game inspired by The Princess Bride.
18/11/16·52m 29s

Brooklyn Decker: Two Truths And A Lie, Lie, Lie

We bring some Brooklyn to our Dallas roadshow with VIP Brooklyn Decker. Decker talks about acting in the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, then plays a game of two truths and a lie—boy band edition!
11/11/16·52m 0s

Wyatt Cenac: Pop Culture Fights (R)

Comedian Wyatt Cenac talks puppets and writing letters to SNL that landed him an internship at the Bell House in Brooklyn.
04/11/16·52m 55s

TV Favorites!

Get ready for TV on the radio! We revisit TV-themed games, including bizarre season finales and classic theme songs. Then we find out what Pulitzer Prize-winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum is watching.
28/10/16·51m 42s

Ti West And James Ransone: In A Valley Of Trivia

Director Ti West and actor James Ransone discuss their new Western In a Valley of Violence. Then they duel it out in a trivia game, proving that the AMA stage is big enough for the both of them.
21/10/16·50m 42s

Javier Muñoz And David Harbour: The World Turned Upside Down

Javier Muñoz, the new Alexander Hamilton in the hit musical, teaches us about some presidential pets. And David Harbour from Netflix's Stranger Things plays Dungeons & Dragons, AMA style.
14/10/16·52m 13s

Connie Britton And Martina McBride: 'This One's For The Girls'

AMA heads to Nashville! NPR Music critic Ann Powers gives us the inside scoop on Music City, musician Martina McBride reveals her songwriting process, and actor Connie Britton plays a game about famous TV moms.
07/10/16·51m 20s

George Takei: Oh Myyy (R)

Best known as Hikaru Sulu from Star Trek, the actor, activist and social media sensation talks about Allegiance, the musical inspired by his life, and dramatically reads some especially mundane directions.
30/09/16·51m 44s

Natasha Lyonne: Random Houses

Natasha Lyonne plans a double feature strategy for her films Yoga Hosers and Antibirth. Then we quiz the actor, who grew up in Herman Melville's house, on other famous authors' homes.
23/09/16·51m 27s

Bruce Campbell And Lucy Lawless: Ash Vs. Evil Dead (R)

Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless talk about their beloved characters Ash and Xena and about their TV series Ash Vs. Evil Dead. This show originally aired on October 23, 2015.
16/09/16·51m 48s

Cameron Esposito And Craig Robinson: Every Action Movie Has An Equal Opposite Reaction Movie

Comedian Cameron Esposito tells us about her new series Take My Wife, inspired by her and her wife Rhea Butcher. Plus Craig Robinson talks Morris From America, then helps parody the Styx song "Lady."
09/09/16·51m 0s

David Cross: Increasingly Poor Decisions (R)

Comedian and actor David Cross describes what it was like to revisit his character on the IFC series Todd Margaret after a long hiatus. Plus, he plays a game against his wife actress Amber Tamblyn.
02/09/16·52m 16s

Naturi Naughton And Omari Hardwick: Power Puzzlers

Naturi Naughton and Omari Hardwick reveal what inspires their characters on Starz's Power, then sing the titles to classic 90s R&B hits. Plus, a Mystery Guest has hired some unusual summer workers.
26/08/16·51m 0s

The Milk Carton Kids: No Expiration Date (R)

This week, indie folk duo The Milk Carton Kids wishes you knew just how dark their band name is. Plus, the band plays a Seinfeld-themed version of the game Taboo.
19/08/16·52m 47s

AMA Bonus: Craig Robinson On 'Morris From America'

In this extended interview, Craig Robinson from "The Office" tells a story about when he worked in an actual office. Then he shares his thoughts on his new movie, "Morris From America."
17/08/16·4m 1s

Ira Sachs, Jennifer Ehle, Garance Doré: New York Or Paris?

Director Ira Sachs and actor Jennifer Ehle share the inside scoop on their movie Little Men. Then, fashion writer Garance Doré must finally choose: Paris, or New York?
12/08/16·51m 0s

Gillian Jacobs And Kate Micucci: Your Brain Is Not Enough

Gillian Jacobs and Kate Micucci, stars of Mike Birbiglia's film Don't Think Twice, join Ophira Eisenberg to talk songwriting, scary improv moments, and Scooby Doo monsters.
05/08/16·51m 0s

Jonathan Groff And Raúl Castillo: Looking For Answers (R)

Actors Jonathan Groff and Raúl Castillo play a will-they-or-won't-they couple in HBO's Looking and recreate their onscreen chemistry in a game about famous TV on-again, off-again romances.
29/07/16·51m 4s

Loudon Wainwright III: 'Please Discover Me Now!'

Singer-songwriter and actor Loudon Wainwright III joins us to read some clues and play some tunes, including a new song in which he imagines what a world in which Donald Trump became President.
22/07/16·52m 28s

Sonia Manzano: These Are The Muppets In Your Neighborhood (R)

Sonia Manzano talks about retiring from her role as Maria on Sesame Street after 44 years. And Emilio Delgado, who plays her TV husband Luis, joins for a game about the lesser-known puppets in the show's past.
15/07/16·51m 42s

Big Freedia: Queen Diva Of Quizzes

This week Big Freedia bounces onto the scene! The queen diva of bounce music gives advice to aspiring twerkers and reveals what it's like to get a phone call from Beyoncé.
08/07/16·34m 10s

Wet Hot American Summer: Batteries Not Included (R)

Live from Central Park's SummerStage Festival, it's a special '80s-themed episode of Ask Me Another, with the creator and cast of Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
01/07/16·50m 19s

Jeff Goldblum, Maika Monroe, 'Weird Al' Yankovic: 10 Out Of 10 Goldblums

AMA heads to Los Angeles! Jeff Goldblum and Maika Monroe from Independence Day: Resurgence discuss the challenges of acting with CGI aliens. Plus, "Weird Al" Yankovic parodies a David Bowie classic.
24/06/16·51m 0s

Kimiko Glenn: Celine Di-On It!

Kimiko Glenn from Orange is the New Black and the musical Waitress talks about her quick turn-around from audition to regular on the Netflix. Then she sings her heart out to Celine Dion hits.
17/06/16·51m 0s

Lulu Miller And Alix Spiegel: I Second That Emotion (R)

From the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh, it's NPR's Invisibilia! On Ask Me Another! Hosts Lulu Miller and Alix Spiegel talk about science, story, and self-help.
10/06/16·52m 36s

AMA Bonus Game: Not The Band You're Looking For

In this bonus game, we'll give the rough opposite of a band's name; you give us the name of the band. For example, if we said VIDEO FEET, you'd say, RADIO HEAD.
07/06/16·5m 0s

Bob Boilen And Gaelynn Lea: What's In Your Tiny Desk?

NPR Music host Bob Boilen talks about the Tiny Desk Contest and winner Gaelynn Lea plays two of her songs. Then naturally the two play a game about things you find in a desk.
03/06/16·51m 0s

Sir Patrick Stewart: Brush Up Your Shakespeare (R)

Sir Patrick Stewart talks about living in Brooklyn, becoming a knight, and his new show Blunt Talk. Then, Sir Patrick recites well-known song lyrics with the gravitas of a West End performance.
27/05/16·51m 19s
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