We continue our look back at 25 years of shows, with Keegan Michael-Key, Regina King and Susan Orlean.
We're back in beautiful New Orleans and joined by the legendary John Goodman! He may be a Goodman, but what does he know about good boys, specifically, dogs?
Golda Rosheuvel was so great as Queen Charlotte on Bridgerton that they made a spinoff for her. She may be the best queen on TV, but can she answer our questions about Dairy Queen?
Gabrielle Dennis is a quintuple-threat, an actor/singer/dancer/comedian who stars in Apple TV+'s The Big Door Prize. But can she answer our questions about game show prizes?
Ray Romano is television royalty, becoming the world's sitcom dad with Everybody Loves Raymond. His new movie is Somewhere in Queens, and we ask him three questions about universally hated things.
This week, we're live from Nashville with country legend Brad Paisley. He may have sold 11 million albums, but can he answer our three questions about Paisley Park?
Weird Al is a music and comedy legend, and the subject of Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, a parody biopic about his very real life. He may be Weird Al, but what does he know about Weird Alabama?
Kaila Mullady started beatboxing in 5th grade to impress a boy, and since then has become a two-time world champion. But can she answer questions about boxes that get beat, AKA piñatas?
To celebrate 25 years of Wait Wait we're taking some time off to relive our favorite moments from the past 2 1/2 decades, including interviews with Bonnie Raitt and Maz Jobrani!
Michelle Rodriguez is a bona fide action star, from The Fast & The Furious to Dungeons & Dragons. She may know her way around a fistfight, but can she answer our three questions about sloths?
This week, we make our triumphant return to Tucson, and political consultant David Axelrod makes his return to our show. He helped get Obama elected, but what does Axelrod know about Axl Rose?
Sam Waterston is a legendary actor and the chairman of the board of Oceana, an environmental NGO. Most know him from Law & Order (dun dun), but can he answer our questions about Dum-Dums?
Nick Kroll is a brilliant comedian and one of the minds behind Big Mouth and History of the World, Part II. We Rick Roll Nick Kroll, that is, ask him questions about roles played by actors named Rick.
At the age of 17, Malala Yousafzai became the youngest person to win a Nobel Peace Prize, but can she win the Nobel Pieces Prize by answering our questions about puzzles?
To celebrate 25 years of Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! we're taking some time off to relive our favorite moments from the past two-and-a-half decades