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30 Min Released Nov 17, 2016

#9: Just My Swipe

This week, we're heading into the past, to a simpler time. When Why Oh Why re-launched on Panoply in the fall, we celebrated with our own special live show at the Kraine Theater in New York City. Andrea helped her friend Joanna find love the old-fashioned way: with a game show. Our staff swiped through Tinder to find contestants, and then Joanna put them to the test, asking many of the real questions from the 1960s show *The Dating Game.
*We also hear briefly from the folks at IMTOY about their new line of inspired vibrators. More info: http://imtoy.com/ProductZoo

**How has our national nightmare changed your love life?
*We're looking for your relationship stories from the election. Did political differences make you end things with your partner? Did exes come out of the woodwork in the wake of America's decision? Let us know.
*GE Podcast Theater and Panoply have a new series!
*This episode of Why Oh Why is brought to you by LifeAfter, from the team that created last year's The Message*. What happens to our digital lives when we're gone? Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. 

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