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The March 24 episode of the NPR show featured “Megan calling from Hanover, N.H.,” and host Peter Sagal correctly guessed that she had a Dartmouth connection!

[Also I know, I know, I know, dear Dartmouth community … Peter called it a university (!), BUT CUT THE MAN SOME SLACK, THIS THING IS TAPED IN FRONT OF A LIVE AUDIENCE OK]

I won’t give anything away on how Megan did, but you can listen/read at the links above. AND ALSO IF YOU’RE HERE, MEGAN FROM HANOVER, YOU HAVE LIVED ONE OF MY DREAMS, PLEASE TELL ME HOW IT WAS 

(EDIT: WE FOUND MEGAN … ALSO, SORRY FOR ALL THE CAPS)

Also, in addition to Megan, the episode featured LEVAR BURTON. So it was obviously great.

#trekkieforlife

*weird nerdy claim to fame alert*

BTW, a story I reported in August 2013 became an answer on a WWDTM episode during Lightning Fill in the Blank on Aug. 31, 2013.

PETER SAGAL: A farmer in Windsor, Vermont said, quote, “Now, I’m a believer” after he woke up in the middle of the night to discover blank.

AMY DICKINSON: Justin Bieber in his house.

SAGAL: No. He said…

(LAUGHTER)

SAGAL: …he woke up and said, I’m a believer after a pile of goat manure had spontaneously combusted and caught fire.

(LAUGHTER)

DICKINSON: That’s what it takes?

SAGAL: That’s what it takes.

(LAUGHTER)

Career-wise, it’s been all downhill from there. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯