Full episode 52: Edge of Sanity Act Four You Don't Have To Be Crazy To Work Here, But It Helps Share a clip ByJoel Lovell Joel Lovell tells a story about working in a mental institution, and what it's like when it feels like your grip on the keys isn't so steady. (10 minutes) More in JobsView all 735: Bloody Feelings Apr. 9, 2021 Act One: Started From Phle-Bottom, Now We’re Here When Adele wrote into our show last summer, she described herself as “the worst phlebotomist in the whole hospital.” Producer Diane Wu couldn’t resist calling her up to find out exactly what she meant by that. 653: Crime Scene (2018) Aug. 3, 2018 Act One: Grime Scene Reporter Nancy Updike spends two days with Neal Smither, who cleans up crime scenes for a living, and comes away wanting to open his Los Angeles franchise, despite the gore — or maybe because of it. 520: No Place Like Home Mar. 14, 2014 Act Two: Phone Home Seth Freed Wessler reports on people going the opposite direction over the US/Mexico border. More by Joel LovellView all 584: For Your Reconsideration Apr. 8, 2016 Act Two: Hotline Bleak Comedian Chris Gethard has a new podcast called Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People, where people can call in to talk to him about anything for an hour. 361: Fear of Sleep Aug. 8, 2008 Act Three: The Bitter Fruits Of Wakefulness Joel Lovell explains why, as an 11-year-old, he trained himself not to fall asleep, and how that had some unintended consequences. 306: Seemed Like A Good Idea at the Time Jan. 13, 2006 Act Two: Taxation Without Inebriation After years of neglecting their personal finances, Joel and his wife finally decide to sort things out.