For the last five years, photographer Murray Ballard has followed the practice of cryogenics and the people who choose to freeze themselves after death in the hopes that technology will allow them to come back to life.
Dick Gordon talks with a woman named Angela, who says she's had several affairs. She's developed her own set of rules for successfully carrying off infidelity. And though she's thought it all through in therapy, Angie says she doesn't feel guilty. Also in this show: A Losing Season
Last winter, Seth Best searched high and low for a job in Ann Arbor, but the Michigan economy had sunk too low. Seth ended up on the street and found a homeless shelter that would take him, but as a transgender man he ran into many challenges there.
Cheryl Thompson set out to be a medical doctor and she worked hard in high school to pursue that dream. But in her freshman year at Yale, the Tulsa, Okla. teenager was having a hard time fitting in. That's when an article in the student newspaper caught her eye. Not only did that article help her survive her years in college, it ultimately changed her
Tim and Adam were work buddies who liked to joke around with each other often. Tim decided to play what he thought was a harmless practical joke by calling Adam and pretending to be a mobster who was after Adam.
Liz Kite's house got struck by lightning. Not once, not twice, but three times. And then, a car (without a driver!) rammed through her living room window. Liz was not a believer in the great beyond, but something about these accidents made her start thinking that her dad, who passed away a few weeks before the first lightning strike, had something to do with them.