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Show Details: February 2020
Billie Eilish may have five Grammys, but Billy Kurtis is your only grampy
After Peter Sagal explained the story behind the second limerick from the Listener Limerick Challenge segment, Maz Jobrani started singing a new verse to "Baby Shark" with "Walking sharks, doo doo doo doo doo doo"
After Tracy Letts answered all three Not My Job questions correctly, Bill Kurtis said that "very few people get 'em all right". Including this show, there have been 53 instances (and three exception) in which a guest has scored all 3 points where Bill Kurtis was the scorekeeper.
Peter Sagal, Bill and the panelists provided some assistance for the second limerick during the Listener Limerick Challenge.
Hey, coronavirus, you can't touch me. I've got a clean Bill of health
Peter Sagal accepted Alonzo Bodden's answer of "plots" for Alonzo's last Lightning Fill-in-the-Blank round question. The correct answer was a list of addresses that the person was planning to rob.
The Bluff the Listener segment was from the show that aired on 2019-07-20
Hey, mountain climbers. Summit this. I'm Mount Bill-imanjaro
This is the first time that Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! had a show that aired on a leap day.
Listeners of Luke Burbank's podcast, "Too Beautiful to Live," will be familiar with the name Luke used in his Bluff the Listener story.