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With Hoda playing, every quiz game is a blood sport

Kathie Lee and Hoda wrapped up a week of mini game shows and physical challenges with one last tension-filled showdown: a "Get Started Today" segment on health, of all things.SELF magazine editor Erin Hobday administered a series of questions about natural ways to boost immunity. It turns out that swapping green tea for coffee, getting more than seven hours of sleep, and hanging out with your frie

Kathie Lee and Hoda wrapped up a week of mini game shows and physical challenges with one last tension-filled showdown: a "Get Started Today" segment on health, of all things.

SELF magazine editor Erin Hobday administered a series of questions about natural ways to boost immunity. It turns out that swapping green tea for coffee, getting more than seven hours of sleep, and hanging out with your friends are all good ways to keep from getting sick.

Speaking of friends, Hoda had difficulty following the rules, ringing in with answers before Erin was finished reading the questions. Kathie Lee just got madder and madder, which is probably not good for immunity (cruel irony!) but earned her one of those rage-victories that you rarely see outside of football movies.

Kathie Lee sweetly offered to share her prize basket of healthy treats, and all seemed well with them again…At least until the next time there's a buzzer involved.

Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor. She is trying to figure out how to make a sweet-16 bracket with just two people.

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