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The premise of the first We'll Wait, You Tell Us is flipped compared to previous bluff segments, in that two of the panelists will be telling the truth while the other is not. The listener chose Roxanne Roberts' answer, but Adam Felber's answer was the lie.
The Advice from George Washington segment included reading from George Washington's "Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour In Company and Conversation".
For the second We'll Wait, You Tell Us, the listener contestant chose Adam's answer, which was correct.