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Robin Thede, creator of A Black Lady Sketch Show, plays our game along with panelists Adam Burke, Amy Dickinson and Hari Kondabolu.
Everyone & Socks
Comedian Alzo Slade and Emma pass judgment on an unfair pair of socks and a bad bowl of grits.
Jeremy Allen White
Jeremy Allen White, star of Hulu's The Bear, is joined by guest host Tom Papa and panelists Helen Hong, Bobcat Goldthwait, and Faith Salie.
Everyone & Van Gogh
Comedian Vinny Thomas and Emma discover Van Gogh's ghost.
Nathan Lane, star of stage and screen, is joined by guest host Tom Papa and panelists Cristela Alonzo, Josh Gondelman and Matt Rogers.
Everyone & Minions
Comedian Emmy Blotnick and Emma get overrun by Minions while Jenny Slate explains just what it takes to create an adorable little superstar.
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Amazing show! Carl Kasell and Peter Sagal are a humorous team that take the week's news point out the irony, discontinuity, or radicalness. The panel adds comedy to the mix, and together, they are the best way to enjoy the week's events. In my opinion, the Paula Poundstone episodes are the best.
Wait wait don’t tell me
This is my favorite show. I’ve been listening for years. It always make me laugh, especially Paula Poundstone. Peter Sagal is the best host. When people have to fill in for him they are fine, but he is the best!
LOVE Tom Papa as Host
It's a bittersweet time loving (more than ever) & even newly being excited over recent episodes due to how much more entertaining Tom Papa is as host and knowing that it probably has to end at some point.