Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

United States

Ask Me Another blends brainteasers and local pub trivia night with comedy and music into a rambunctious hour-long show. Play along as Host Ophira Eisenberg invites in-studio guests and listeners alike to stretch their noggins, tickle their funny bones, and enjoy witty banter and guitar riffs from house musician Jonathan Coulton. What you'll hear resembles the casual intimacy of game night at a friend's house: one where scores are forgotten in favor of hilarious gaffes.

Episodes

Cat Cora: Her Kitchen Rules  

Celebrity Chef Cat Cora dishes on her TV show "My Kitchen Rules" and the strange ways she kept her edge on "Iron Chef America." Plus, she guesses odd dishes made up of rhyming foods like "steak cake."

Connie Britton And Martina McBride: 'This One's For The Girls' (R)  

AMA heads to Nashville! NPR's Ann Powers gives us the inside scoop on Music City, musician Martina McBride talks about her writing process, and actor Connie Britton plays a game about famous TV moms.

Jeff Goldblum, Maika Monroe, 'Weird Al' Yankovic: 10 Out Of 10 Goldblums (R)  

AMA heads to Los Angeles! Jeff Goldblum and Maika Monroe from Independence Day: Resurgence discuss the challenges of acting with CGI aliens. Plus, "Weird Al" Yankovic parodies a David Bowie classic.

Leslie Odom Jr.: Aaron Burr, Sir (R)  

Broadway's Leslie Odom Jr., who played Aaron Burr in the hit musical Hamilton, joins us to talk about the show's meteoric rise and his path to Broadway as a high school student.

Tim Gunn: Make It Smirk!  

Author James Porath talks rebellious, unapologetic, and brave women in "Rejected Princesses." Then Project Runway's Tim Gunn helps us "make it work" in a game that rewrites his famous catchphrase.

Pablo Hidalgo: Red Five Standing By  

Lucasfilm Creative Executive Pablo Hidalgo explains the challenges of keeping the Star Wars universe together. Plus contestants from all over the country phone in for an entirely in-studio episode.

Literary Favorites  

Why read books when you can play games about them? Join us as we revisit our favorite literary-themed games. Plus, a novel interview with author and actress Lauren Weedman. It's a real page turner!

Bob Boilen And Gaelynn Lea: What's In Your Tiny Desk? (R)  

NPR Music host Bob Boilen talks about the Tiny Desk Contest and winner Gaelynn Lea plays two of her songs. Then naturally the two play a game about things you find in a desk. This Episode originally aired June 3, 2016.

Cary Elwes, Dennis Quaid & Christian Cooke: The Art Of More  

Dennis Quaid and Christian Cooke from the Crackle series The Art Of More reveal their odd jobs and set mishaps. And co-star Cary Elwes tests his wits in a game inspired by The Princess Bride.

Brooklyn Decker: Two Truths And A Lie, Lie, Lie  

We bring some Brooklyn to our Dallas roadshow with VIP Brooklyn Decker. Decker talks about acting in the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, then plays a game of two truths and a lie—boy band edition!

Wyatt Cenac: Pop Culture Fights (R)  

Comedian Wyatt Cenac talks puppets and writing letters to SNL that landed him an internship at the Bell House in Brooklyn.

TV Favorites!  

Get ready for TV on the radio! We revisit TV-themed games, including bizarre season finales and classic theme songs. Then we find out what Pulitzer Prize-winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum is watching.

Ti West and James Ransone: In A Valley Of Trivia  

Director Ti West and actor James Ransone discuss their new Western In a Valley of Violence. Then they duel it out in a trivia game, proving that the AMA stage is big enough for the both of them.

Javier Muñoz & David Harbour: The World Turned Upside Down  

Javier Muñoz, the new Alexander Hamilton in the hit musical, teaches us about some presidential pets. And David Harbour from Netflix's Stranger Things plays Dungeons & Dragons, AMA style.

Connie Britton & Martina McBride: 'This One's For The Girls'  

AMA heads to Nashville! NPR Music critic Ann Powers gives us the inside scoop on Music City, musician Martina McBride reveals her songwriting process, and actor Connie Britton plays a game about famous TV moms.

George Takei: Oh Myyy (R)  

Best known as Hikaru Sulu from Star Trek, the actor, activist and social media sensation talks about Allegiance, the musical inspired by his life, and dramatically reads some especially mundane directions.

Natasha Lyonne: Random Houses  

Natasha Lyonne plans a double feature strategy for her films Yoga Hosers and Antibirth. Then we quiz the actor, who grew up in Herman Melville's house, on other famous authors' homes.

Bruce Campbell And Lucy Lawless: Ash Vs. Evil Dead (R)  

Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless talk about their beloved characters Ash and Xena and about their TV series Ash Vs. Evil Dead. This show originally aired on October 23, 2015.

Cameron Esposito & Craig Robinson: Every Action Movie Has An Equal Opposite Reaction Movie  

Comedian Cameron Esposito tells us about her new series Take My Wife, inspired by her and her wife Rhea Butcher. Plus Craig Robinson talks Morris From America, then helps parody the Styx song "Lady."

David Cross: Increasingly Poor Decisions (R)  

Comedian and actor David Cross describes what it was like to revisit his character on the IFC series Todd Margaret after a long hiatus. Plus, he plays a game against his wife actress Amber Tamblyn.

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