Ask Me Another

Airs Saturdays at 11 am & 8 pm
  • Hosted by Ophira Eisenberg

Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can. Ask Me Another is recorded in front of a live audience at The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY, and on the road in your city.

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Final Round

Jan 17, 2020

The final two contestants test their knowledge of everything from world leaders to puppets in this rapid-fire game of smarts and strategy.

Heard on Justin Long And Marina Franklin: Franklin My Dear, I Don't Give A Long.

The Swing Of Things

Jan 17, 2020

Revisit the New Jack Swing, you know, that musical genre trend of the mid-1980's to the early-'90s that fused R&B with jazz, soul, and hip-hop. In this music parody game, songs from the New Jack Swing movement are rewritten about things that very literally swing — or can be swung.

Heard on Justin Long And Marina Franklin: Franklin My Dear, I Don't Give A Long.

This Is United States

Jan 17, 2020

The contestants swap two-letter terms and phrases for states that share those same two letters in this high-concept word game. It's that simple!

Heard on Justin Long And Marina Franklin: Franklin My Dear, I Don't Give A Long.

Hungry Like The Wolf

Jan 3, 2020

A lover of wolves, singer, actor and model Luke James comes back to play a game where his wolf knowledge is put to the test.

Heard on Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing.

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Jingle All The Way

Jan 3, 2020

In this music parody, contestants guess which movie or TV show a fictional product or company is from.

Heard on Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing.

What A Geome-Treat

Jan 3, 2020

In this final round, every answer is a 2-D or a 3-D shape.

Heard on Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing.

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Read It? I Devoured It!

Dec 20, 2019

Returning champions mash up authors and foods in one of Ask Me Another's most challenging word games ever.

Heard on Kal Penn And Dan Soder: The Tournament Of Champions.

Hits And Misses

Dec 20, 2019

In this music parody about famous flops, contestants are punished for the mistakes of previous contestants — just like in a real relationship.

Heard on Kal Penn And Dan Soder: The Tournament Of Champions.

Stand Up First Ladies

Dec 20, 2019

In this audio game, two returning champions guess which sassy first lady they're hearing.

Heard on Kal Penn And Dan Soder: The Tournament Of Champions.

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Respect Spell Check

Dec 6, 2019

Inspired by the queen of R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Aretha Franklin, every answer starts with "R," is seven letters long, and must be spelled correctly.

Heard on Paula Cole: Where Have All The Puzzles Gone?

Fun Old Birds With Paula Cole

Dec 6, 2019

Did you know "wink-a-puss" is an old name for an owl? Singer-songwriter Paula Cole and Jonathan Coulton team-up to guess what birds were formerly known by much more ridiculous names.

Heard on Paula Cole: Where Have All The Puzzles Gone?

One Hit Wonders

Dec 6, 2019

In this music parody game, contestants show their age when they try to guess what '80s trend is being sung about.

Heard on Paula Cole: Where Have All The Puzzles Gone?

Guac-pocalypse Now With Robert Earl Keen

Nov 22, 2019

In the first season of Queer Eye, previous Ask Me Another guest Antoni Porowski broke the Internet by making guacamole with Greek yogurt. Inspired by this, singer-songwriter and Tex-Mex fan Robert Earl Keen tackles questions about other guac-troversies.

Heard on Robert Earl Keen: Texas Troubadour.

Queso-ra Sera

Nov 22, 2019

Inspired by San Antonio's queso connection, Ask Me Another's house musician Jonathan Coulton performs another music parody about cheese.

Heard on Robert Earl Keen: Texas Troubadour.

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Nov 8, 2019

In this final round, every answer can be spelled on a traditional LCD calculator by turning it upside-down.

Heard on Alejandro Escovedo: Punk Rock Roots In Texas.

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