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Penn & Teller Tell a Lie (2011)


If you’ve ever been in any type of group-orientation situation, chances are you’ve played “Two Truths And A Lie.” It’s a simple game that works as an icebreaker by allowing people to share two...

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Number of episodes 6 Latest available episode Cast and crewJohn Burridge, Paul Dzilvelis, Penn Jillette, Teller, Perry Barndt, Joe Ross, Ben Folts, Ryan Young, Randy Miller, Natalie Ebnet, Shawn Swetsky, Beth J. Linden, Dan Schimke, Joshua Green, Shayne Shnapier, Christopher M. Meagher, Joshua E. Kessler, Robert Campagna, Robert Murdoch, Dylan O'Brien, Show All
Full description If you’ve ever been in any type of group-orientation situation, chances are you’ve played “Two Truths And A Lie.” It’s a simple game that works as an icebreaker by allowing people to share two statements about themselves, stirring in some fun by allowing them to make one statement up. High-school drama classes and business retreats alike use this kind of team-building exercise, and it’s a very familiar format. (NPR’s Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me also utilizes it for its “Bluff The Listener” segment.) Magical comedy duo Penn & Teller’s new show Penn & Teller Tell A Lie takes the concept of “Two Truths And A Lie” even further, mixing it with a Mythbusters-type reality show, imparting knowledge through entertainment and a dash of humor. It’s not anything new, but it’s certainly the most entertaining iteration of the game—and there’s no corporate team building involved.

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