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Starlee Kine

Starlee was a producer for the show for years. Most memorable stories: creating a band in 223, writing a song with Phil Collins' help in 339, explaining the Beaver Trilogy in 226, doing comedy karaoke in 238 and encouraging her parents to divorce in 261.
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Prologue

Host Ira Glass talks with Starlee Kine, who loves TV reruns more than first-run shows. She explains that even if it's a show she hates—Caroline in the City for example—she'll watch the rerun.

Act One: Action! Action! Action!

Starlee Kine tells the story of a man more obsessed with reruns than even she is. Director Trent Harris made a movie called The Beaver Trilogy.

Act Three: Musicians Classifieds

Sometimes in the classified ads one person will be seeking something that another person will be offering. This is especially true of the musicians section of the classifieds, where there might be a drummer seeking a band, and on the same page, a band seeking a drummer.

Act Two: Why Talk?

Starlee Kine was becoming friends with a woman named Robin, when they started to encounter a common obstacle people run into when they become friends as adults. So Robin invented a Plan B to solve the problem.