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Nathan Lane performs Not My Job on “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!” : NPR

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Bill and Peter are still passed out from all the turducken they ate, so while they sleep, we revisit some of our favorite moments from the past year, including Nathan Lane, Jeremy O. Harris and Puja Patel.

Nathan Lane in Pasadena, California.

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Nathan Lane performs Not My Job on "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!" : NPR

Nathan Lane in Pasadena, California.

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Not My Job: Nathan Lane answers our questions about Nathan’s Famous
Nathan Lane is a legendary stage and film actor, three-time Tony Award winner and Emmy Award winner. He’s easily one of the most famous Nathans in the world, but what does he know about Nathan’s famous hot dog eating contest?

Bluff the listener
Our panelists Paula Poundstone, Maz Jobrani and Adam Burke read three stories about big solutions to small problems, only one of which is true.

Not my job: Pitchfork’s Puja Patel answers three questions about first pitches
Pitchfork’s Puja Patel went from girlhood to madness almost known to the editor of the biggest name in music criticism. Now we have him on the show to talk guilty pleasures, the intricacies of decimal album notation, and, sort of, Chattanooga Choo-Choo.

Not My Job: We Quiz Graffiti artist Darryl “Cornbread” McCray on the tag game
Darryl “Cornbread” McCray is widely considered the father of modern graffiti, having started tagging all over Philadelphia beginning in the 1960s. He may know everything about tagging, but what does he know about the game of tag?

Not my job: We Quiz playwright Jeremy O. Harris on the worst games in sports history
Jeremy O. Harris is one of the most exciting playwrights in the world, whose slave game earned a record 12 Tony nominations. We invite him to play a game we call: “You’re a playwright, these guys play badly!” Three questions about some of the worst games in sports history.

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