Dog cognition expert Alexandra Horowitz joins host Chris Duffy and our all-star panel of comedians for our first ever IN-PERSON episode of Wrong Answers Only!
Chris Duffy is a comedian and writer who hosts the TED podcast How to Be a Better Human. Chris wrote on both seasons of Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas on HBO, executive produced by John Oliver, and writes the popular weekly newsletter Bright Spots. Chris’ writing has been featured in The New Yorker, The Boston Globe, National Geographic Glimpse, Makeshift Magazine, and The California Sunday Magazine.
Alexandra Horowitz is a professor and researcher at Barnard College where she runs the Horowitz Dog Cognition Lab. At the lab she and her colleagues study the behavior and mind of the New York City dog (and any other dogs who want to stop by). A #1 New York Times bestselling author (Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know; Being a Dog: Following the Dog into a World of Smell; and Our Dogs, Ourselves.), Alexandra lives with her family of humans, two large, very sniffy dogs, and a cat in NYC.
Josh Gondelman is an Emmy, Peabody, and WGA Award-winning writer and comedian. He’s currently a producer for Desus & Mero on Showtime. Previously, he spent five years at Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Josh is a regular panelist on NPR’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me, author of Nice Try: Stories of Best Intentions & Mixed Results, and host of the podcast Make My Day. His debut standup special People Pleaser is available to stream now.
CJ Hunt is a comedy writer and director living in NYC. He is currently a field producer for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. CJ has also been a staff writer for A&E’s Black and White, a cast member on MTV2’s Vidiots, and a field producer for BET’s The Rundown with Robin Thede. He is also the director of The Neutral Ground, a documentary about memory, monuments, and breaking up with the confederacy. It’s available now on PBS.
Karen Chee is an Emmy & WGA award-nominated comedian, writer, and actor. She is currently writing/performing for Late Night with Seth Meyers, developing a movie, and working on a book. Previously, she has written for the Golden Globes and Yearly Departed (Amazon), helped develop pilots for Netflix and Comedy Central, acted in HBO’s High Maintenance, and contributed regularly to The New Yorker.
18+/PG-13ish (Are we going to curse? Yes, yes we probably will.)
Wrong Answers Only is an interactive show featuring celebrity guests who play games and quizzes while learning about exciting research with the help of a scientific expert.