Chris makes a bittersweet announcement.
Ciquizza alum and former champions go head to head in a battle that includes past DNC chairs, solving news haiku and president attacking rabbits.
Two of WaPo's media columnists, Margaret Sullivan and Erik Wemple face off in a competition of quotes about the media, politics at the Oscars and ... Jelly Bellys?
The Hill's Reid Wilson battles WaPo's Matea Gold over baby pandas, Presidential facial hair and fruity anagrams.
Lauren Carroll of PolitiFact and WaPo's Michelle Ye Hee Lee put their fact checking skills to the test as they try to figure out real or fake headlines and who said which quote.
Host of Press Pool on Sirius XM, Julie Mason goes against WaPo's Dana Milbank. They try to figure out Betsy DeVos's real first name and bond over their mutual love of CNN's Jake Tapper.
Former Ted Cruz communications advisor, Amanda Carpenter and former spokesman for Jeb Bush, Tim Miller
Two of WaPo's critics, Alyssa Rosenberg and Chris Richards, try to name the performers for Trump's inauguration, decide if some headlines are real or fake and figure out who Donald Trump has called a low life on Twitter.
CNN's Mary Katherine Ham goes against WaPo's Wesley Lowery in a battle where Donald Glover is almost always the right answer, the orange guys win and nobody is exactly sure which president is on the $2 bill.
Top Hillary Clinton aide Brian Fallon and WaPo's Abby Phillip try to figure out who had Washington's biggest PR nightmare this week and call Chris out on his presidential facial hair knowledge.
For the holidays we turn the tables and Carol quizzes Chris on reindeer, menorahs and the history of the New Year's Eve ball.
The duo behind Politico’s Playbook, Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman, face off. They try to puzzle out news haikus, sort the real headlines from the fake ones and try to name some dead presidents.
Politico's Eliana Johnson and WaPo's Carlos Lozada learn how bubble wrap was invented and try to name everything Donald Trump has called disgusting in a tweet.
Stu Rothenberg, publisher of The Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report goes against Capital Weather Gang's Jason Samenow. They solve haiku riddles and put their presidential history knowledge to the test.
In a special Thanksgiving themed edition with WaPo's Dave Weigel and soon-to-be WaPo's Ashley Parker guess how many feathers a full-grown turkey has and prove to know an awkward amount of information about Gilmore Girls.
It’s a vicious intrasquad game between Wapo-ers Neil Greenberg and Allison Michaels. The Post duo debate how old Thomas Jefferson would be, how many reindeer pull Santa's sleigh and who is on the $500 bill.
Politico's Julia Ioffe and WaPo's Joel Achenbach try to figure out where Porkopolis is, which president was the first to see the Pacific Ocean and who is older Kim Kardashian or Chris Pratt?
WaPo's Alex Petri is back and tries to win back her dignity against Daily Caller's Matt Lewis. They duel over presidential duels and that one FBI director that liked to dress up as a woman.
Former NBC dude Luke Russert and WaPo's Danielle Paquette try to figure out Adam Sandler's hometown, decide whether Shaq really bought a Krispy Kreme franchise and name as many 'Racing President's' as possible.
ESPN's Clinton Yates and WaPo's Michelle Lee try to name "Saturday Night Live" presidential impersonators, puzzle over who said Trump snorts and battle over how an EZ Bake oven gets hot.
Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold and former NPR staff Andy Carvin engage in a battle of wits over famous political cities, celebrity endorsements and diphallic terata.
Tech reporting legend Walt Mossberg and Internet person Caitlin Dewey figure out who is on Trump’s Mount Rushmore, guess the original price for a Kindle and wonder what Jeb Bush’s real name is.
Legendary eater and 'Shackhouse' co-host Joe House faces off against WaPo pop culture writer and resident stand-up comic Elahe Izadi. And, yes, one of the questions mentions Lake Titicaca
Brianna ‘all the polls’ Keilar and Neil ‘fancy stats’ Greenberg try to outwit each other over golden toilets and The Big Lebowski