Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Stats and Show Details

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Welcome to the Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Stats Page! Here, you will find almost everything you might want to know about the NPR news quiz show. For more information about this site, please view the About page. For help on interpreting all of the information presented on this site, please view the Help page.

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Sharon Jones: 2
Who's Bill This Time?, Bluff the Listener about a story in the news that is eerily similar to a plot from a Seinfeld episode, Not My Job about handshakes, Listener Limerick Challenge, Panelist Predictions: what will be the big surprise at the Olympics opening ceremony?
During the Not My Job segment, Peter Sagal asked Sharon Jones if she had someone with her helping out answering the questions.