You might know Mandy Patinkin from The Princess Bride, or Sunday in the Park with George, or Homeland, or ... TikTok, where he has nearly 1 million followers.
Ophira and Jonathan chat about how they've run out of things to chat with their spouses about. Does this story have a beginning, a middle, and an end? Not if Ophira's husband is telling it.
Michelle Buteau talks about her new book Survival of the Thickest and her gig hosting the socially-distanced Netflix reality series The Circle.
Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes from the You're Wrong About podcast test their knowledge about international cinematic changes.
Documentary filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (Love Fraud) guess the names of cities that are named after objects, or vice versa. What was that joke about Hungary and Turkey, again?
Hosts of the podcast You're Wrong About, Michael Hobbes and Sarah Marshall, join Ophiria Eisenberg and in-house blue whale Jonathan Krillton for a multiple-choice game about whales.
From the Showtime docu-series Love Fraud, directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady answer the most important question of all: Is it a lizard?
We have three questions for Bridgers about bridges that have fallen over, collapsed or otherwise done a bad job of spanning things.
Explore alien worlds, Nordic forests, and European countrysides in these point-and-click games — which may not have been designed specifically for kids, but will definitely keep them entertained.
Doonesbury was the first daily comic strip to win a Pulitzer Prize for tackling social issues, politics and war. It all began as an irreverent strip in the Yale Daily News when Trudeau was a junior.
Krakowski — who starred in the hit TV series Ally McBeal, 30 Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt — is now hosting the newly rebooted game show Name That Tune.
From Funny or Die's Call & Response Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle suss out if something is a defunct startup, a video game world, or an esteemed contemporary dance company.
Actors Mayim Bialik and Cheyenne Jackson determine if there was such a thing as a "Radio Hat" in a game of real or fake inventions from nearly a century ago.
Comedian Baron Vaughn and musician Open Mike Eagle compete in a music parody game about slow prom songs changed to be about things you learned in high school.
From the Fox sitcom Call Me Kat, actors Mayim Bialik and Cheyenne Jackson compete in an audio game about vintage toy commercials.