A palindrome is a word or phrase with letters that read the same backwards and forwards, such as taco cat, nurses run, and a nut for a jar of tuna. Word-unit palindromes are similar, although you read them word by word. One example: “You can cage a swallow, but you can’t swallow a cage, can you?” Another is goes “Fall leaves after leaves fall.” And then there’s “Did I say you never say ‘Never say never?’ You say I did.” This is part of a complete episode.

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