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Lake Street Dive Bar Trivia06/25/15
Soul-pop band Lake Street Dive reveals how it kills time on the tour bus: singing '90s hits, playing songs on balloons and a game called "Guess Butt." Plus, hear some tunes off Bad Self Portraits. This episode originally aired on October 17, 2014.
Trivia Freaks And Puzzle Geeks
This week, Paul Feig, director of Bridesmaids and Spy, discusses why funny women should be bigger stars, and reflects on the legacy of Freaks and Geeks. This episode originally aired July 19, 2013.
They Might Be Wrong, Wrong, Wrong
This week, alt-rock duo They Might Be Giants return to talk about the revival of their '80s answering machine service, "Dial-A-Song." Plus they lead a game where you have to be wrong to win.
AMA Bonus: Sutton Foster Preview
Ahead of the season-one finale of hit show 'Younger', Sutton Foster joins us to play a Broadway themed game.
Live. Puzzle. Repeat.
Get your popcorn ready for a thrilling, action-packed hour, as our V.I.P., Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman, shares his formula for making an edgy, mind-blowing blockbuster film. This episode originally aired July 10, 2014.
Veep Of The Rings
This week, former child actress Anna Chlumsky talks about her return to acting on HBO's Veep and her love of Lord of the Rings. Plus, travel back in time with the Beatles' "Get Back."
Potters Love Puns
This week's Very Important Puzzler, designer and potter Jonathan Adler, creates his eye-catching home furnishings much like we aim to design our games — to be colorful, witty and full of joy. This episode originally aired on January 9, 2014.
The Milk Carton Kids: Secret Of The Stars
The Milk Carton Kids play Secret Of The Stars from their new album Monterey, live on the Ask Me Another stage. Album available 5/19/2015.
AMA Bonus: Extended Matthew Weiner Interview
Extended Interview: Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner joins us in Santa Barbara, CA, to talk screenwriting, life before success, and his secret past as a Jeopardy! champion.
A Mad Men Endgame
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner joins us in Santa Barbara, CA, to talk screenwriting, life before success, and his secret past as a Jeopardy! champion.
His Dark Material
This week, nothing is taboo as we chat with the "Dark Prince of Comedy" Anthony Jeselnik, get snarky about sharks and sing along to a classier version of Sisqo's "Thong Song." This episode originally aired on August 14th, 2014
The Model Of A Modern Major Game Show
In this love letter to comic book nerds and the people who love them, author Neil Gaiman sings 19th century operettas, stumps his fans and discusses his fandoms: beekeeping and Gilbert & Sullivan.
Quiz Me The Way I Am
Indie pop star Ingrid Michaelson performs on her ukulele, turns on her Staten Island accent, and covers a song by Somebody That You Used to Know.
O Brother, Where Art Thou Quiz Show?
John Turturro, a regular in films by the Coen Brothers, Spike Lee and explosions-loving Michael Bay, recently hit the director's chair himself. How will the Quiz Show star fare on a real game show? This episode originally aired on May 29, 2014.
AMA Bonus: Dan Savage Uncut
Hear Ophira Eisenberg's unedited interview with legendary sex advice columnist, Dan Savage. LIVE from The Castro Theatre in San Francisco, California. WARNING: Adult language and themes.
Sketchfest 2015: Alex Borstein, Brad Bird and Dan Savage
Ask Me Another travels to San Francisco for this celebrity-packed episode, featuring Alex Borstein of Family Guy, The Incredibles' Brad Bird, and Dan Savage.
AMA Bonus: Pixar's Brad Bird And His Ratatouille Quest
Coming up this week we're LIVE from San Francisco with Pixar's Brad Bird. Here he describes being wined and dined all over Paris in search of the best Ratatouille recipe while doing research for his animated feature film.
AMA Bonus: Aasif Mandvi Lands The Daily Show
The Daily Show's Senior Muslim Correspondent Aasif Mandvi describes his audition & debut on the show.
Aasif Mandvi Teaches How To Dance Like Michael Jackson
VIP Aasif Mandvi teaches AMA's winning contestant three Michael Jackson dance moves.
The Daily Show's senior Muslim correspondent Aasif Mandvi discusses what it means to be satirist of color on TV, and then moonwalks his way through a trivia game about the King of Pop.
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