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Stand-up comedian Mike Birbiglia gained fame with his wry and witty monologues on This American Life. Now, along with TAL host Ira Glass, he's made one of his stories into a new movie called Sleepwalk with Me.

We've invited Birbiglia to play a game called "Bon appetit!" Paula Deen wasn't the first TV chef to try to murder us with butter; Wednesday would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday, and in her honor, Birbiglia will answer three questions about the French chef.

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