This final round quiz is a family affair! All of the answers feature a type of familial relation. Pretty easy, Papa Smurf!
VIP Sonia Manzano brings along special guest Emilio Delgado to play a game about the Muppets in their neighborhood.
For this game, Jonathan Coulton plays songs whose song titles include the title of a TV program, with the lyrics rewritten to be about the show.
VIP Sonia Manzano leads a game for mother-and-son contestants on their Sesame Street expertise.
In this game, we ask our contestants whether we should do or do not and they finish this phrase with words that rhyme with try, all in their best Yoda-speak.
Contestants must figure out two-word phrases featuring a word and its beheadment.
For this round, contestants must guess a movie based on a verbose restaurant style description of a famous meal within it.
In The Black Panthers, director Stanley Nelson explores the group's rise to prominence, including early efforts to address police brutality in Oakland, Calif.
The typical American family tosses out some $1,500 of food yearly. From smarter fridge packing to sauteing soggy lettuce, a new book is full of tips to rescue edibles from landing in the trash.
This autobiographical novel about a South Korean girl who moves from the rural countryside to the city in search of work and education blurs line between fiction and reality.
Brash, biting Cookie Lyon is arguably the most compelling character on Fox's hit show Empire. The show's co-producer and writer Attica Locke says that's because we've all got a bit of Cookie in us.
Always a hit (and legal to sing) at private parties, "Happy Birthday To You" can now be used in films and sung at restaurant chains royalty-free.
The fall TV season begins this week and one of the most anticipated new shows is The Muppets. It's a mockumentary, behind-the-scenes type of show that premieres Tuesday night on ABC.
The Caldecott and Newbery award-winning author says he won't publish anything he isn't proud of. His new picture book is about five figurines on a windowsill who are all waiting for something.
"Black girls playing; black girl joy" — that's what choreographer Camille Brown says her new show is all about. She's taking Black Girl: Linguistic Play to stages, schools and prisons around the U.S.
NPR's Marc Silver lost his mother-in-law in 2005. But she remains a presence at family meals this Jewish holiday season, through his dogged trial-and-error attempts to re-create her favorite treats.
Best known as the oft-kidnapped cub reporter on the original Superman TV show, Larson was also a poet, playwright and librettist. He died at his home Sunday. Originally broadcast in 1993.
Lauren Groff's new novel paints a portrait of marriage from the clashing viewpoints of a husband and wife. Critic Maureen Corrigan says Fates and Furies is "a marvel" — but that it could be better.
Thirty years ago no one uttered the words "breast cancer" in public. Now there's no shortage of information, but the glut can make it hard for women to make choices about care.
Oh, and the musings of a daytime soap star who got a crash course in Black Twitter Sunday night.