How To Deal With Loss
Jonathan Goldstein visits a grief counselling centre that caters specifically to children. And an 83-year-old opens up about the guilt she's carried around with her since she was just a kid, when her brother died.
Spring is in the air and Jonathan Goldstein is ready to shed his parka for some more vibrant attire. And a man attending a silent meditation retreat falls for a woman without exchanging a word.
What We Really Mean
Has telling someone to relax ever made them actually relax? What about telling someone to have a safe flight? We dissect broken words and expressions that should be banned from use. Plus, Benjamen Walker on why he outsourced his social media persona.
Scott Carrier wrestles with impure thoughts in a Mormon temple. Plus, Gregor explains four easy steps for coping with negative thoughts, and an ex-cult member tells the story of how he escaped mind-control and regained his freedom of thought.
There's A Light That Never Goes Out
Josh revisits his childhood through his love of cartoons. Howard shines bright in the role of lighthouse keeper. High school students reflect on the dangers of living in the past. And the tragedy of buying the wrong kind of pickle.
What We Lose
A website reunites lost mittens with their owners. A GPS helps a driver navigate the realm of emotional loss. And Gregor insures Jon against the loss of his depression. Season 10.
A man with Tourette Syndrome discovers people's true characters as he navigates the dating world, and a fictionkin discovers that they are the reincarnation of a fictional cartoon character.
My Old Address Book
Jonathan finds an old address book in his junk drawer and calls up some of the phone numbers inside. An ex-girlfriend, a psychic, a doppelgänger, a man obsessed with the end of the world.
Starlee Kine investigates the mystery of Coney Island's salt water taps that Buzz Goldstein claims ran ocean water straight into your bathtub. Plus, a Minotaur who attempts to escape his personal history and create a new mythology among humans.
Why Is Mason Reese Crying?
For Jonathan Goldstein, YouTube offers endless nostalgia, but he always finds himself returning to the same subject-- a precocious, child actor from the early 70’s named Mason Reese.
Yes or No
A man argues that the words Yes and No are all you need. Plus, a poet learns that if you say no to the Universe, the Universe will say no to you. And Josh reviews films he hasn't even seen yet.
Watch Your Language
Howard tries to communicate without facial expressions, Jon discovers a Russian WireTap, Gregor gives a lesson in hip new lingo, and a workplace email thread goes awry when people accidentally "reply all".
A World Without Borders
A father and son journey to the last unexplored place on earth. Plus, Jonathan travels to Australia in search of sunlight, Starlee Kine guards herself against the intrusion of strangers, and Howard becomes a border guard. Season 10.
All In Your Head
A scientist discovers the possibility that we might be able to connect telepathically... through our dreams. And comedian Maria Bamford on Unwanted Thought Syndrome.
The Dating Game
A Valentine's Day Special. A woman jumps through hoops to find romance in a new video game. Plus, Montreal's Scientists for Love match-up strangers through their five senses, and a teenager falls in love for the first time.
What's The Use?
Jonathan's father explains the point of modern inventions to a caveman, and high school students offer their advice on how to get out of bed in the morning when you just don't see the point. Plus, Howard hibernates under the covers with a bed-in.
Howard turns to the snail for inspiration as he develops his own home away from home. And a study found that 35% of British adults sleep with a Teddy Bear. We speak with one British man who revels in the comfort of his Teddy Bear sanctuary. Season 10.
Howard lets loose with an epic dance-a-thon, a man explains why it takes 42 to tango, and Starlee Kine explores the roots of her unparalleled hatred of dance.
The Ideal Self
A woman lives a parallel life in a fantasy world where she's got 5 PhDs and 2 Nobel Peace Prizes. Plus, Godzilla tries in vain to lose weight, and Buzz Goldstein on why he quit making New Year's Resolutions.
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