Konkle, who also co-stars in PEN15, is an expert on junior high, so she'll answer three questions about junior highs — specifically, the vague sense of agitation you get from drinking Red Bull.
In this audio quiz, Hacks creators Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs are subjected to that very thing as they guess celebrity voiceovers from TV ads.
In this music parody Bethany Van Delft (Parentalogic) and Donwill (Tanya Morgan) take on popular songs from the 2000s that are rewritten to make them about things from the "aughts" of other centuries.
Host Ophira Eisenberg and Jonathan Coulton discuss the ups and downs of short-term dog ownership, known to many as "dog sitting."
Giancarlo Esposito talks about returning to play Gus Fring in Better Call Saul, and meeting Baby Yoda in The Madalorian. Then, he plays an audio quiz identifying celebrity cameos from Sesame Street.
In this game, U.S. capital cities are ruined-- or, improved?-- by changing the first letter of their names.
In this game, comedian Bethany Van Delft (Parentalogic and "The Ten News,") and Tanya Morgan rapper Donwill try to weed out which cunning crops are secretly broccoli.
Listener Debbi Samuels of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., plays the puzzle with Weekend Edition puzzlemaster Will Shortz and NPR's Scott Detrow.
The NBA all-star won two championships with the Miami Heat, an Olympic gold medal and membership in the Basketball Hall of Fame. He's written a new book called Letters to a Young Athlete.
Rugrats first aired 30 years ago. In this game, Nancy Cartwright and Cheryl Chase, the voices of Chuckie Finster and Angelica Pickles, imagine what their original audience might be doing now.
Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, hosts of NBC's American Ninja Warrior, play a game where they imagine what would happen if landmarks from American cities became American Ninja Warrior obstacles.
In this music parody game, Rugrats stars Cheryl Chase and Nancy Cartwright hear songs about animals that were rewritten to be about fictional examples of those animals.
Ophira Eisenberg informs Jonathan Coulton how, after a lifetime of sitting too close to screens, she finally decided to give in and wear glasses. Coulton shares his hard-earned eyewear fashion advice.
Grammy-winning musician Sara Bareilles discusses how the Broadway musical Waitress changed her life. Then, she gets quizzed on one of her favorite shows: The Golden Girls.
Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, hosts of NBC's American Ninja Warrior, guess which weird video game controllers actually exist and which are made up. DJ turntables? Electro-shock wristbands?