FEED - Wait Wait Don't Tell Me
Our panelists read three stories about a unique used furniture shop find, only one of which is true.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news: "Boast of the union," "Chap stuck" and "Minnesota huddle."
The biologist, whose groundbreaking research into circadian rhythms studied fruit flies, answers three questions about people who spend too many nights in bars.
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Our panelists predict what souvenir Donald Trump brings back from Davos.
"Wisconsin Takes A Stand," "Don't Worry Be Freaking Happy," "Division Of Labor"
"Bleak Appointment," "Miss Dromedary 2018," "Cranky Old Teenager"
Our panelists read three stories about a former kids TV star doing something new, only one of which is true.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news: "No Thrill On The Hill," "Salesman-In-Chief," "Fly Nervous Like The Rest Of Us."
The superhero actor (and now author of a novel) answers three questions about some other interesting people with a common surname.
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Our panelists predict, now after Hawaii, what will be the next big false alarm to freak everyone out.
Bill Kurtis reads three news-related limericks: No More Tears, Same Bad Breath Fluffy Sniffy and Gravy Wallbanger.
Our panelists read three stories about someone elsewhere in the world having a unique immigration problem, only one of which is true.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news: "President's fitness challenge," "Shutdown Town" and "Hawaii Def-con 5-0." e
The Today show anchor answers three questions about the hit-making British band that was founded 20 years ago.
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