Doug Jones starred as the sexy sea creature in The Shape of Water, so we've invited him to play a game called "Hey, check out the shape of this water!"
The Daily Show's Ronny Chieng and Michael Kosta go on a quest in this music parody game where Jonathan Coulton performs Elvis songs re-written to be about characters from The Lord of the Rings.
Comedians Danielle Perez and Madison Shephard identify classic films re-imagined in the era of social distancing. Home Alone didn't make the cut since it remains virtually unchanged.
The Konami code won't save The Daily Show's Ronny Chieng and Michael Kosta as they take on a true/false quiz about video games.
Heidi Schreck is a playwright whose play, What the Constitution Means to Me, was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. She plays a game where kids read her quotes from the Constitution.
Sports mascots strut down the runway. Comedians Danielle Perez and Madison Shepard guess who they are.
Undertale, the quirky, pixelated adventure game, became a smash hit when it came out because of its unique mechanism: You can talk to its monsters and show them mercy, rather than killing them.
Ward was a teen in the Bronx when he saw a peregrine falcon eating a pigeon. That was the moment he fell in love with birds, and now he does outreach for the Audubon Society.
Jonathan Coulton sings songs by Freddie MERCURY with lyrics changed to be about elements on the periodic table. Cecil Baldwin and Kate Jones compete to find out who is Queen of the Noble Gases.
Just when you thought the show was over, Fact Bag appears with a new, random question for Ophira Eisenberg and Jonathan Coulton to puzzle over. What was the first message sent over the internet?
In this game with Welcome to Night Vale's Cecil Baldwin and The Neo-Futurists' Kate Jones, the letter "E" is added to book titles to change their meaning.
Zachary Quinto talks about playing Mr. Spock in the Star Trek films, and the new Netflix adaptation of the play The Boys in the Band. Then, he plays a game about famous Pittsburghers and famous pits.
Baratunde Thurston and Kiran Deol play a game about old-timey scientific theories that were later debunked. To paraphrase Ray Parker Jr., "Debunkin' makes me feel good!"
Hungarian architect Ernő Rubik invented his fun (and frustrating) colorful cube in 1974. He tells that story, and talks about creativity, curiosity, play and puzzles, in Cubed: The Puzzle of Us All.
Bruce McEldowney plays the puzzle with puzzlemaster Will Shortz and NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro.