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There Are No Letters in Our Bingo

Perhaps it’s just his British charm? Perhaps it’s the rolled Rs? Somehow, Antony Johnston has once again convinced a group of North Americans to answer questions from a decades-old UK 20th Anniversary Edition of Trivial Pursuit, leading them into a sick world of cricket and boy bands. Who will hit it off the pitch for six? (Did we do that right?)

Antony Johnston with Erika Ensign, Steven Schapansky, Jean MacDonald, Steve Lutz and Kathy Campbell


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