Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda won a Peabody for their true crime parody American Vandal, and now their back with Players, a mockumentary about Esports, but what do they know about C-Sports?
Sean Hayes is an award-winning actor, producer, and podcaster. He's a true triple-threat, but can he answer our three questions about Purple Haze and other weird marijuana strains?
For our first show at our new theater in Chicago, SNL's longest-running cast member Kenan Thompson joins us to answer three questions about short-term employees
After 85 remote shows, Peter, Bill and the panel are finally saying farewell to sweatpants and hello to live audiences. We celebrate our new theater by looking back over the Zoom shows of our past.
Mandy Moore was a platinum-selling singer by 15, and then transitioned into acting. She's now the star of NBC's This is Us, so we've invited her on to play a game called This is Utz.
Adam Scott stars in the brilliant new dark comedy Severance, so we've invited him on to answer three questions about unions: specifically weddings, engagements and proposals.
It's our first-ever show in Buffalo, so we invited royalty. Myles Stubblefield is a vermiculturist known as the Worm King of Buffalo, but what does he know about musical earworms?
Stephen Merchant is the co-creator of some of the most influential comedies of all time, from The Office to Extras, but what does he know about unscrupulous businesses, aka Thievin' Merchants?
Improv legend Matt Walsh is a founder of the Upright Citizens Brigade, and an Emmy nominee for Veep. With baseball starting again, we ask him three questions about legendarily bad announcers.
Slash is one of the greatest rock guitarists of all time, and while he knows his way around a fretboard, what does he know about sashes, specifically those presented at beauty pageants.
Dan Snow is a historian and television presenter who was part of the expedition that uncovered Shackleton's lost ship Endurance, so we ask him about the undiscovered artists playing Lollapalooza.
Zazie Beetz earned an Emmy nomination for her role in Atlanta, one of the most celebrated shows of the 2010s. We invite her on to answer questions about the sassy beats of drummer Charlie Watts.
Elana Meyers Taylor an American bobsledder, and the most decorated Black athlete in the history of the Winter Olympics. She knows a lot about medals, but what does she know about heavy metal?
Porsha Williams is an activist, author, entrepreneur and the realest of the Real Housewives. But, what does she know about the fake housewives of classic TV sitcoms?
Marlon James won the Booker Prize, and then immediately turned around and wrote an epic fantasy trilogy. So, naturally, we invited him on to answer three questions about fantasy football.