Full episode 585: In Defense of Ignorance Act Three Forget Me? Not! Share a clip ByStephanie Foo Producer Stephanie Foo describes a subset of the population who will never enjoy the benefits of ignorance — because they’re destined never to experience it in the first place. (17 minutes) Song:“How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore” by Prince More in MemoryView all 216: Give the People What They Want July 12, 2002 Act One: Let Them Eat Cake, Wedding Cake The story from the prologue continues, with the groom who refused to be a groom, and the one person who'll probably remember the fake wedding, namely, the fake bride. More by Stephanie FooView all 718: Same Bed, Different Dreams Sept. 25, 2020 Act Two: Smell You Later Lots of people in America share actual beds, but almost never see each other; flight attendants have crash pads near airports, oil rig workers carry their own sheets and sleep in shifts in an RV. 718: Same Bed, Different Dreams Sept. 25, 2020 Act Four: Overnight Flight Several people who just woke up on red-eye flights talk about their dreams. 697: Alone Together Mar. 20, 2020 Act One: Hey Dad. Dad! Stephanie Foo talks to a father trying to go about his day while his daughter comes to him over and over, with some things on her mind.