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Ana Gasteyer wrote and performed a sketch on Saturday Night Live about a fake NPR show called Delicious Dish, which recently inspired a Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, "Schweddy Balls." Gasteyer has gone on to Broadway and TV, including the ABC comedy Suburgatory. She will perform her own one-woman show at Joe's Pub in New York on April 2.

We'll ask her three questions about Red Bull and the drink's inventor, Thai billionaire Chaleo Yoovidhya, who passed away this week.

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