You might think that putting the venerable NPR news quiz “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” on the big screen, in movie theaters all over the country the night of May 2, would just be a way of celebrating its 15 years on the air, of paying tribute almost of the very day in May of 1998 that playwright-screenwriter Peter Sagal took over and made the program a hit.
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