Ask Me Another

Saturdays @ 4:00pm

Ask Me Another brings the lively spirit and healthy competition of your favorite trivia night right to your ears. With a rotating cast of funny people, puzzle writers and VIP guests, it features the wit of host Ophira Eisenberg, the music of house musician Jonathan Coulton, and rambunctious trivia games, all played in front of a live audience.

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  • 5:07pm Apr 10, 2020
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    Ask Me Another Hotline

    Listeners call in to talk about their most decadent and/or shameful thing they've eaten since social distancing began. Octuple-stuffed Oreos don't count, right?
  • 5:07pm Apr 10, 2020
    Arts Arts

    Marc Maron: End Times Fun

    Comedian Marc Maron talks about his career, his new special, End Times Fun, and honing his skills as an actor. Then, he takes a quiz about the 2019 movie, Cats (which he hasn't seen).
  • 5:07pm Apr 10, 2020
    Arts Arts

    Connection Difficulties

    Married musicians Aimee Mann and Michael Penn try unplugging (and then plugging back in) their router to play this game about various kinds of connection difficulties.
  • 3:26pm Apr 03, 2020
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    Debra Messing: Show Yourself Some Grace

    Debra Messing discusses the Will & Grace reboot, getting fired from her first job and her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, Messing plays a game about the life and career of Lucille Ball.
  • 3:26pm Apr 03, 2020
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    Love Is A Four-Letter Word

    Stay F. Homekins hosts Paul F. Tompkins and Janie Haddad Tompkins join Jonathan Coulton for a music parody where the word "love" is replaced with another four-letter word beginning with "L."
  • 3:26pm Apr 03, 2020
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    Patently Obvious

    Comedians Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman, hosts of the podcast Couples Therapy, name everyday items as described by the item's patent.
  • 3:26pm Apr 03, 2020
    Arts Arts

    Teletherapy

    In this audio quiz, Naomi Ekperigin and Andy Beckerman hear the blues a-callin' in this quiz on fictional television therapists.