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'Wait Wait' for Oct. 16, 2021: Sweater Weather Edition

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This week, the autumn leaves are changing, so we heat up some apple cider and remember some of our favorite moments from the past year. Click the audio link above to hear the whole show.

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The Dulcé Sloan Experience
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Ellen Stofan Plays Not My Job
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Phillipa Soo Plays Not My Job
Phillipa Soo originated the role of Eliza Schuyler in Hamilton, so we invite her on to play a game we call: "Hamilton? Try a ton o' ham!"

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