Full episode 684: Burn It Down Act Two Mom. Hey Mom. MOM. Hey Mom. Mom. Mom Share a clip ByElna Baker A teenage girl decides the only way forward is to tear something down and rebuild from the ground up. Elna Baker explains. A version of this story appears on getmortified.com (7.5 minutes) Song:“Sorry” by Beyonce More in FamilyView all 691: Gardens of Branching Paths Jan. 10, 2020 Act Three: Sklar-Crossed Brothers Being an identical twin is kind of like having a parallel world right on top of ours, one in which there is another version of you running around. 690: Too Close to Home Dec. 27, 2019 Act Three: Pigeons on a Plane Reporter Kevin Sieff travels from Mexico to Chicago with a group of seniors reuiniting with their undocumented kids in the U.S., some for the first time in decades. (18 minutes) 690: Too Close to Home Dec. 27, 2019 Act One: How Do I Say This? Scaachi Koul is trying to learn a language native to her parents, and heads back to Calgary to ask why they never taught it to her in the first place. (21 minutes) More by Elna BakerView all 680: The Weight Of Words July 26, 2019 Act One: Go To The Mattresses Shamyla always loved books. 665: Before Things Went to Hell Jan. 11, 2019 Act Two: Director’s Cut Comedian Will Weldon’s ex-wife made a movie loosely based on their marriage. Producer Elna Baker watches the film with Will as he revisits his break-up. 661: But That's What Happened Nov. 9, 2018 Act One: The Old Man on My Shoulder From the ages of 12 to 27, our producer Elna Baker was supposed to confess to male clergy anytime she did anything sexual. It was so routine for her that she barely thought to talk about it.