Brian Babylon’s girlfriend keeps wanting him to grow up, and he tries his best.  But when he lands them both in deep trouble with the law, Brian marshals everything he has to prove he’s a grown man.

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Produced by Stephanie Foo

Kaj Hasselriis works as a journalist in Africa, and he’s looking for love. But there are a couple of issues in his way.  Kaj is gay, which poses safety issues in notoriously homophobic East Africa.  And Kaj’s rich foreigner status tends to attract men looking for a sugar daddy.  

Can Kaj navigate a sea of freeloaders and find the real deal?

Produced by Anna Sussman and Stephanie Foo

Roby, Texas was a cotton farming town struggling with years of drought and debt. But one day, the cotton gin secretary came up with an idea.  If it worked, the whole town could become millionaires . . . 

Produced by Anna Sussman

Most of us struggle at some point to avoid fixating on money.  Performance artist Sara Juli tackled the idea head-on by handing out her life savings each night to an audience.  They can give the cash back at the end of the night, or walk out with ALL her money in their pockets.

Produced by Nick van der Kolk. Check out Nick’s marvelicious podcast, Love and Radio.

Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington never celebrated Christmas.  He didn’t want to.  His people had something better -  a weeklong festival of excess dedicated to the Lord . . .

Produced by Mark Ristich and Glynn Washington

Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington enacted a secret plan to win over his not-yet-girlfriend’s family.  

Unfortunately, he missed out on one crucial bit of information.

Produced by Stephanie Foo.

Everybody loves their family.  But Rebecca really, really, REALLY loves her family.

Produced by Matt Miller and Mitzi Mock

A young man told the girl of his dreams the ultimate lie to win her heart.  And it actually worked.

(For a while.)


Produced by Stephanie Foo.

After the government drafted David’s brother to Vietnam, a lie stole his story from their family.

When David pieced together what really happened, his search for the truth changed everything.

David Ledesma would like to thank the members of the 35th Infantry Regiment Association for all of their support in his research, and the men who served with his brother Joe.

Information about the 35th Infantry Regiment Association available here.   Information on David's organization, One Voice, is available here

Produced by Anna Sussman.

In seventh grade, Rachel Hamilton knew she wasn’t down with the “in crowd.”  What she didn’t know is how far they would go to keep her out.

Rachel Hamilton is now an improvisational actor and teacher living in New York City.  She currently performs in the long form improv duo “Hamilton & Falcon”  at the Magnet Theater in NYC.

Produced by Mark Ristich and Mitzi Mock.

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