How To Be Black
Jul 27, 2012 — SAT Analogies — This game might bring back fuzzy memories of that 800 you scored on the SAT Verbal — or horrific nightmares of showing up to the exam without a pencil. Either way, John Chaneski quizzes contestants with analogies that we hope are a little friendlier.
Jul 27, 2012 — Don't you just love pointing out when others are wrong? In this game, contestants hear fictitious reports from actual NPR correspondents, and must identify which piece of information is inaccurate. This game is unpossible!
Jul 27, 2012 — Here at Ask Me Another, we're a little obsessed with this hit British series, if not for the hats alone. Dowager Countess-in-training Jonathan Coulton doles out these Downton-inspired clues about famous people with "royal" names.
Jul 27, 2012 — Jonathan Coulton quizzes contestants on the lost verses of "If You're Happy and You Know It," in which the lyrics hint to certain things. The song should really be re-titled, "If You're An Inanimate Object And You Know It." Clap your hands.
Jul 26, 2012 — Comedian. Writer. Twitter sensation. Our V.I.P. this week may be the most media-savvy provocateur around today. Not one to sugarcoat a message, his latest book finds the sweet spot that mixes satire with a discussion of race and identity.
Jul 26, 2012 — You guessed it—this game involves palindromes! That's a word or phrase that's spelled the same forwards as it is backwards. Puzzle guru John Chaneski helps keep our contestants from being 'drab as a fool; aloof as a bard.