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Compound words combine shorter ones, like "milkshake." The answers in this game seem compound, but aren't: you get a floor covering ("carpet") by combining a vehicle (car) with the family dog (pet).
Heard in Episode 319: Two Can Slay That Game
Originally published on Thu June 12, 2014 11:31 am
We quiz Emily Nussbaum, TV critic for The New Yorker, on her favorite show: Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Why Buffy?
"Buffy was the first show that I actually became a deranged fan that would frighten the people involved with the show," said Nussbaum.
The final round is a postscript to our show, so in this game, we took that idea literally: all the answers are two-word names or phrases with the initials "P.S." Which gal "got married" in a 1986 film?
Who could forget Celine Dion's Titanic's love anthem, "My Heart Will Go On"? We wish we could. In this game, identify movies from their famous soundtrack moments.
In this final round, all answers are words that contain three or more of a single vowelâ€”and only that vowel. Strap on your bikinis and muumuus, and crank up the Bananarama!
Heard in Episode 318: O'Brother, Where Art Thou Quiz Show?
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