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We did it! We made it through the third debate! Everything is fine now. Except, who is at the door? What’s that strange machine? Did you know that there have been twenty-five debates in this election cycle? Did you want to know that? Neither did we.
Dan is eating too much pie. Maureen has been up to something. And Molly Ball from The Atlantic speaks to us, fresh off a plane from Las Vegas. Together, three people try to make sense of the third debate.
Who’s the puppet? You’re the puppet!
Molly Ball is a staff writer for The Atlantic, where she is a leading voice in the magazine’s coverage of U.S. politics. She has been awarded the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting, the Sandy Hume Memorial Award for Excellence in Political Journalism, and the Lee Walczak Award for Political Analysis for her coverage of political campaigns and issues. She appears regularly as an analyst on NBC’s Meet the Press, CBS’s Face the Nation, PBS’s Washington Week, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and NPR. In 2007, she won $100,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire--really, that is a thing that happened to her! She lives in Virginia with her husband and three children.
Marc Evan Jackson can be seen and heard in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Kong: Skull Island, and Thrilling Adventure Hour, as well as many other places. He is the co-founder of the Detroit Creativity Project, a non-profit offering confidence-building, imagination-stimulating, life-improving improv instruction in middle- and high-schools in Detroit.
And finally, that waterslide Maureen keeps talking about? The one with the loop? It's real.
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