The show offers no cathartic “gotcha” moments, no easy answers, and no rapid-fire dialogue.
“I suspect that the candidates are as frustrated as those of us in the viewing audience with ‘gotcha’ questions,” he said.
“I'm not going to play 'gotcha' with one candidate and not with the other,” Warren promised beforehand.
There are no cathartic ‘gotcha’ moments, no easy answers, and no rapid-fire dialogue.
Sampled in the forest setting, with a friendly Royal talking of his ancestors, this is a true foodie gotcha.
Such strict constitutionalist arguments, Adler said, are based on an absurdist, “gotcha literalism.”
And too paranoid about getting set up for some sort of weird "gotcha" moment.
Newt Gingrich rips a Fox News debate moderator for asking a “gotcha” question about his struggling campaign.
by 1913, colloquial pronunciation of "(I have) got you."
Got you; caught you: a gotcha campaign
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