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'Wait Wait' for Nov. 20, 2021: With Not My Job Guests Robin and Brook Lopez

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This week's show was recorded remotely with host Peter Sagal, official judge and scorekeeper Bill Kurtis, Not My Job guests Robin and Brook Lopez and panelists Adam Felber, Atsuko Okatsuka and Hari Kondabolu. Click the audio link above to hear the whole show.

Who's Bill This Time
Super Zoom Powers; iDIY; Taylor Made Sad Songs

Panel Questions
Doctor's Orders: Don't Suck!

Bluff The Listener
Our panelists tell three stories about what happened after Madonna left, only one of which is true.

Not My Job: We Robin and Brook Lopez on Short PresidentsIn their roles as centers for The Orlando Magic and Milwaukee Bucks, Robin and Brook Lopez are the only 7-foot-tall identical twins playing in the NBA. So, we've invited them to play a game we call, "Lopezes, Meet the Low Prezes!": Three questions about the United States' shortest presidents.

Panel Questions
Everyone's a Critic; Blockchain Name Game

Bill Kurtis reads three news-related limericks: Fun New Plagues; Wires are Back; Puppy Talk

Lightning Fill In The Blank
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.

Our panelists predict what will be the next big break up song.

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