This week’s show was recorded at the Studebaker Theater in Chicago, with guest host Karen Chee, official judge and scorekeeper Bill Kurtis, Not My Job guest Sam Waterston and panelists Alzo Slade, Helen Hong and Tom Papa. Click the audio link above to hear the whole show.
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Who’s Bill This Time
Silicon Valley Bust; Biden’s App Attack; There’s Something In the Water
A Jackass Reconsidered
Bluff The Listener
Our panelists read three stories about a group with the motto, “The light of peace, illuminating the dark world brightly,” only one of which is true.
Not My Job: Law & Order’s Sam Waterston gets quizzed on Dum Dums
Sam Waterston is a legendary actor and the chairman of the board of Oceana, an environmental NGO. Most know him from Law & Order (dun dun), but can he answer our questions about the suckers that you get for free when your mom takes you to the bank (Dum-Dums)?
A Twisted Sister City; Dugout Lattes; The Latest News from our “Kids These Days!” Department
Bill reads three news-related limericks: Lincoln At The Barber; More Life Buffalo Liar Wings; Getting Mashed At the Wedding Reception
Lightning Fill In The Blank
All the news we couldn’t fit anywhere else.
Our panelists predict what innovative thing we’ll do with that giant blob of seaweed near Florida.
Sakamoto Kaori has some unfinished business to take care of at this week’s ISU World Figure Skating Championships. “I’m not that caught up on going back-t
Nearing 40 years of hard, hard rocking, vocalist Blaze Bayley is a man proud of his achievements and where he stands nowadays as a fiercely indepe
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BERLIN (AP) — Humanity still has a chance, close to the last one, to prevent the worst of climate change ’s future harms, a top United Nations panel of scie