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The Secret Of Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me's Success
Peter Sagal: "There was a temptation, when we first started doing the show ... it was very competitive, and somewhat serious. ... And it was unpleasant! We made a really conscious decision not to give a flying fig if the quiz was serious or if you won anything. I really do trace the success of our show to that decision: Nobody cares who wins or loses." New York Magazine 05/02/13
Posted May 7, 2013 12:42 AM

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