This week, on Ask LISA, our sound effects robot LISA discusses Al Gore Rhythms, algorithms, and his great-great-great-great-grandfather.
On the thrilling conclusion of “LISA’s Been Hacked!”, we install some new security software, learn how to spell “Gloucester,” and finally discover which sound effects robot is the true, original LISA.
This week on The Big Fib, we use your “Ask LISA” questions to try and figure out which LISA is the original, and which is the hacker. Do you think you know which robot is the original LISA? If so, write us or send us a voice memo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2020 Summer Olympics have been postponed by a year, but this week we carry on the torch by setting fire to a pair of Wacky Khakis. Can you figure out who’s lying about the Olympics?
This week, on Wacky Khakis, Deborah and LISA each tell us a story about snail mail, but only one of them is telling the truth? Can you tell which one?
This week on Ask LISA, our sound effects robot LISA takes listener questions about dirt and soil, the meaning of life, and his favorite memories from his career in musical theater.
Can you figure out who’s lying about turtles?
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This week on Ask LISA, our sound effects robot LISA experiences a logical paradox, accepts an award from the Robotic Podcast Association, relives his time on the set of the Avengers movies, and ponders the very nature of what makes a question a question.
Pants on Fire may be The Big Fib now, but we still love wearing our Wacky Khakis. This week, Deborah and LISA each tell us a story about looters and polluters, but only one them is telling the truth. Can you figure out which one?
Pants on Fire is now The Big Fib! Why? Well, because Disney+ made a TV show of our podcast! We’re still the same show, still the same awesome hosts, still the same amazing game, with one new name.
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On today’s episode of The Big Fib, can you figure out who’s lying about gymnastics?