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The Saturday Quiz

Drinking Gin with Kat Stewart and Heidi Arena

Season 4, Ep. 36

Thank God They're Here. When Kat Stewart and Heidi Arena are not working in critically acclaimed screen and stage they're here on The Saturday Quiz.

They've have worked together many times. Can they team up to answer all this week's questions?

Watch Kat in 'One Night' streaming on Paramount+.

Find Heidi in 'Thank God You're Here' on Tenplay.

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