756 December 10, 2021 But I Did Everything Right People earnestly doing what they're told, and absolutely not getting what they were promised. Download Control-click (or right-click) Tap and hold to download Transcript Mojo Wang Prologue Prologue A teenage girl finds a wallet and has to decide whether to return it. That, and other stories of people trying to do the right thing, and it not working out the way they thought. (5 minutes) ByIra Glass Act One Damned If You Don't Rebecca Shrader thought she knew what was right when it came to abortion. Then she got pregnant. Reporter Emma Green tells the story. (31 minutes) Emma Green reported this story in collaboration for The Atlantic and its podcast, The Experiment. ByEmma Green Act Two Brian and Peg Brian and Peg disagree over a very important thing. Host Ira Glass tries to figure out who’s right. (11 minutes) ByIra Glass Act Three Bought the Farm Senior editor David Kestenbaum helps his kids set up an ant farm. They follow all the instructions, to the letter! But he ends up learning a lesson he’s pretty sure the manufacturer did not intend. (8 minutes) ByDavid Kestenbaum Song:“Feel It All” by Athena Related If you enjoyed this episode, you may like these 130: Away From Home May 21, 1999 Act Two: Brothers Of Different Mothers In this act we hear two stories of people who stumbled upon a place where they instantly and instinctively felt more at home than in their real homes. 709: The Reprieve June 26, 2020 Act Four: Mr. Eastside Some of the first Covid-19 patients to arrive at Henry Ford Hospital were police and others who’d attended a community breakfast in early March called "Police and Pancakes." Aaron K. 197: Before It Had A Name Oct. 26, 2001 Act One: Mr. Boder Vanishes In 1946, a man named David Boder started to investigate the Holocaust before it was known as the Holocaust. Staff RecommendationsView all 261 Mar. 26, 2004 The Sanctity of Marriage A generation of researchers has revolutionized the way we see marriage. 513 Dec. 13, 2013 129 Cars One car dealership tries to make its monthly quota: 129 cars. It is way more chaotic than we expected.