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For WWDTM and Ask Me Another fans
I love this podcast. It’s a great addition to my favorite trivia podcasts including Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me! and Ask Me Another. I’m so glad Helen Hong is a panelist on WWDTM so that I could eventually discover this that she hosts with J. Keith van Stratton. They have such a funny dynamic and I love the structure of the show from the Split Some Hairs round—I always learn something new, like how to tell a lake from a pond and a nook from a cranny!—to the guest’s trivial expertise round—which always has three unusual categories per guest—to the final Fast Facts round to wrap everything up! It’s enough like the other podcasts to scratch that trivia itch over the course of the week, while being different enough to be enjoyed as it own original content. Love it!
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