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Actor Alec Baldwin hosts -- and executive produces -- the newest iteration of the iconic panel game show in which four contestants try to match answers given by six celebrities to humorous, and often risque, fill-in-the-blank questions. The famous panelists range from quick-witted comics to stars of the stage and screen.

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Celebrity panelists include Colin Quinn, Judy Greer, Judah Friedlander, Caroline Rhea, Orlando Jones, and Abby Elliott.
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Celebrity panelists include Lynda Carter, Sam Richardson, Cheryl Hines, Colton Haynes, Caroline Rhea, and Taye Diggs.
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Celebrity panelists Jack McBrayer, Jane Krakowski, Rob Huebel, Ana Gasteyer, Jason Biggs and Tichina Arnold.
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Celebrity panelists include Jack McBrayer, Ellie Kemper, Anthony Anderson, Yvette Nicole Brown, James Van Der Beek, and Anna Camp.
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Celebrity panelists include Adam Pally, Cheryl Hines, Ron Funches, Caroline Rhea, Mario Cantone and Ana Gasteyer.
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Celebrity panelists Jack McBrayer, NeNe Leakes, Max Greenfield, Christina Ricci, Kenny G, and Jane Krakowski.
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Celebrity panelists include Joel McHale, Niecy Nash, Mark Duplass, Caroline Rhea, Jason Ritter and Constance Zimmer.
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Celebrity panelists include Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski, Sasheer Zamata, Darrell Hammond, Rick Fox and Constance Zimmer.
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Celebrity panelists include Adam Carolla, Ana Gasteyer, Chris Colfer, Christie Brinkley, Jay Pharoah, and Wendie Malick.
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Celebrity panelists include Jason Alexander, Cheryl Hines, Joe Lo Truglio, Ellie Kemper, Wayne Brady and Caroline Rhea.
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Celebrity Panelists include Horatio Sanz, Niecy Nash, Mario Cantone, Casey Wilson, Lamorne Morris and Martha Stewart.
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Celebrity panelists include Adam Carolla, Jenna Fischer, Tyson Beckford, Caroline Rhea, Jay Pharoah and Ana Gasteyer.
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Celebrity panelists include Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski, Matthew Morrison, Busy Phillips, Taye Diggs and Valerie Bertinelli.
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Celebrity panelists include Casey Wilson, Lamorne Morris, Leah Remini, Mario Cantone, Niecy Nash and Scott Wolf.
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Celebrity panelists include Adam Carolla, Ana Gasteyer, Cheryl Hines, Jenna Fischer, Justin Long and Kenan Thompson.
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Celebrity panelists include Caroline Rhea, Chris D'Elia, Judah Friedlander, Judy Greer, Mekhi Phifer and Vivica A. Fox.
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Celebrity panelists include Andy Richter, Bellamy Young, Caroline Rhea, Judy Greer, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Skylar Astin.
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Celebrity panelists include Amy Sedaris, Chris D'Elia, Constance Zimmer, Jane Krakowski, Rick Fox and Tituss Burgess.
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Celebrity panelists include Jason Alexander, Cheryl Hines, Ice T, Ellie Kemper, Wayne Brady and Caroline Rhea.

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