Dakota Johnson is an actor, producer and activist, and her new documentary is The Disappearance of Shere Hite. She may be a Dakota, but what does she know about THE Dakotas?
When a video game store closed in 1998, hundreds of sealed Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis cartridges were stored and forgotten. Now, a collection of the top-graded items has been appraised.
To celebrate how thankful we are for 25 years on the air, we revisit interviews with Jane Curtin, Hannah Kearney, Adam Savage and Muffet McGraw.
CBS first aired the televised holiday special in 1973. The message still shines, but some characters and scenes feel a little dated.
This week, we're in Portland, Maine, with L.L. Bean CEO Stephen Smith! He tells us how Hari Kondabolu ruined the company's return policy, and answers our questions about jelly beans.
The 25th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor will go to comedian, actor, writer and entrepreneur Kevin Hart. Past recipients include George Carlin, Eddie Murphy, Carol Burnett and Adam Sandler.
In his new memoir, John Stamos, best known for Full House, talks about his amazing 40 year career. He may know his way around full houses, but can he answer our questions about empty ones?
Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant is a large carnivore ecologist and one of the new hosts of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom. She's an expert in bears, but can she answer our questions about gummy bears?
This week, guest host Peter Grosz talks with Oscar-winning lyricist Bernie Taupin about his new memoir Scattershot. Then, he tries to answer our questions about burn-y topping: hot condiments.
Comedian, writer and actor Zainab Johnson turns personal chaos into comedy. In her new special, Hijabs Off, she talks about being a Black Muslim, growing up in Harlem, having 12 siblings, and dating.
This week, we're in Connecticut with James Patterson, the best-selling author of all time! His books are staples of airports, but what does he know about OTHER things you can buy at airports?
We're celebrating 25 years on the air with another dive into our archive. Enjoy interviews with John Goodman, Sam Waterston, Jenny Slate, and a never-before-heard Bluff game!
Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar is one of the country's top lawyers, responsible for arguing cases before the Supreme Court. But, can she answer our questions about door-to-door solicitors?
We're back at the Greek in LA with comedy legend Bob Odenkirk and his daughter Erin! They're on to promote their new book Zilot, but can they answer our questions about Kirkland, Costco's house brand?
Hundreds of women aged 40 and older gathered in Chicago recently to jump rope and play other games from their youth. It was the 3rd national playdate held by the Double Dutch Club.