Full episode 426: Tough Room 2011 Act Four Contrails Of My Tears Transcript Brett Martin documents a previously unnoticed human phenomenon, one that involves airplanes...crying...and Reese Witherspoon. (11 minutes) ByBrett Martin Song:“Move the Crowd” by Eric B. & Rakim More in Film and FilmmakingView all 717: Audience of One (2020) Sept. 11, 2020 Act Three: Many a Thing She Ought to Understand Our producer Diane Wu spent most of her life thinking she doesn’t have a unique and personal take on The Sound of Music. 717: Audience of One (2020) Sept. 11, 2020 Act Four: The Kid Namastays in the Picture Jaime Amor does yoga storytelling for kids. 535: Origin Story (2014) Sept. 19, 2014 Act Three: Wait Wait… Don't Film Me Peter Sagal, host of NPR's Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me, tells Ira the origin story of one of the worst movie sequels ever made. More by Brett MartinView all 628: In the Shadow of the City Oct. 13, 2017 Act One: Brooklyn Archipelago Out for a simple pleasure cruise with two friends, Alex Zharov was planning to see Jamaica Bay in New York City. 342: How to Rest in Peace Nov. 2, 2007 Act Two: The Good Son A story about a mother who wants to commit suicide and a son who dutifully helps her do it—even though his mother is a happy, healthy, independent person. 311: A Better Mousetrap (2006) Apr. 14, 2006 Act Three: What Would Fill-in-the-blank Do? Reporter Brett Martin tries to use the tools of modern marketing to invent a new religion...one that would serve all the Americans who don't associate with any particular organized religion.