Former business strategy consultant Anneke Jong had almost everyone tricked into thinking she was all grown-up. Until she lost her teddy . .
Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington has spent a lot of time in the back of a squad car. His last time locked up, Glynn decided to use the time productively . . .
Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington learns that when you get on the bus, you better dress for the ride.
Chicago's a tough city for a dame trying to stay out of trouble. Stephanie Foo is trying to survive the asphalt jungle when she's picked up by a tough-talking cab driver who introduces her to the city under the city.
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Produced by Stephanie Foo
When producer Rita Daniels finds herself introduced to a woman whom no longer lives, Rita realizes she has passed into a time-morphing world where lives of the long-dead inhabit the walls.
Produced by Rita Daniels and Mark Ristich
Inside Chandra Sivakumar laughs an old storyteller’s soul. Chandra has created some of the most memorable Snap Judgment stories, including “Chandra and the KKK.” We plan to keep squeezing him for tales, especially since Chandra’s last story had folk turning on their nightlights and reaching for the holy water. From our “Spooked” episode, Chandra recalled a scary bit of forgotten lore. Produced by Stephanie Foo and Glynn Washington