Danny Brown reshaped Detroit's rap scene with XXX, and in 2021, moved to Austin to do it all again. He may be the greatest Danny Brown, but what does he know about best-selling author Dan Brown?
Danny Brown helped redefine Detroit's rap scene with XXX, then moved to Austin in 2021 to do it all again. He joins panelists Alzo Slade, Karen Chee, and Peter Grosz to talk playing pickleball, rapping Dr. Seuss, and accidentally offending Adele.
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This week, we celebrate Presidents' Day by revisiting interviews with guests who would ABSOLUTELY win the popular vote. So cue up the band, and be ready to hail to Ray Romano, Rosie Perez, and more!
To celebrate Presidents' Day, we're revisiting interviews that would EASILY win the popular vote, including Ray Romano, Rosie Perez, Steve Earle, and more!
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Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker, of the legendary rock band Sleater-Kinney, join guest host Tom Papa, Dulcé Sloan, Amy Dickinson, and Hari Kondabolu to talk their new album and 30 years of being a band.
Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein formed Sleater-Kinney in Olympia 30 years ago, and are still going strong. Their new album is Little Rope, but can they answer our questions about knitting?
In 2017, Lena Waithe became the first Black woman to win an Emmy for comedy writing. Since then, she's done it all, from acting to producing. She made The Chi, but what does she know about Guy Fieri?
This week, A Thousand and One producer and Emmy winner Lena Waithe joins panelists Adam Burke, Negin Farsad, and Maz Jobrani to talk Blockbuster, Jennifer Aniston, and Guy Fieri.
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It was announced last year that Top Chef winner Kristen Kish would be replacing Padma Lakshmi as host. She may be Top Chef, but what she know about Jeff Bezos, the Top Jeff?
Janet Yellen is the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, so naturally, we've asked her about things that are treasure-y, specifically, the items people bring onto the Antiques Roadshow.
David Oyelowo is a celebrated actor who's played everything from Old West lawmen to MLK. His newest movie is called Role Play, but what does he know about Roll Play, or games played by rolling balls?
Jason Isbell is a multiple Grammy award winner and one of the world's most celebrated singer-songwriters. Can he answer our questions about Big Ben, which is not clock, but is bell?
It's the new year, and we're bringing you new interviews with Rachel Maddow and Bob Woodruff, plus a never-before-heard Bluff the Listener game!
To celebrate the holidays, we hand out the greatest gift of all: interviews with Geena Davis, Weird Al, Karen Allen and fifth-generation lobsterman Jacob Knowles!
Molly Seidel is one of America's foremost marathon runners, having won bronze at the Tokyo Olympics. She knows her way around a marathon, but what does she know about Jerry Lewis' telethon?