Full episode 25: Basketball Act Four Basketball and Commerce Share a clip ByJeff DorchenIra GlassBeau O'Reilly Chicago playwright Beau O'Reilly goes with Ira to the Scottie Pippin Dodge Store. Then, singer/songwriter/playwright Jeff Dorchen on Niketown. (8 minutes) More in RetailView all 418: Toxie Nov. 5, 2010 Act One: Fire Sale in Kansas City David and Chana buy a toxic asset, from a guy named Wit Solberg, who used to work on Wall Street and now helps small banks who've been saddled with toxic assets. 407: The Bridge May 7, 2010 Act Two: Bridge and Tunnel In the Middle East, hundreds and hundreds of tunnels connect the Gaza strip and Egypt, allowing supplies to bypass the Israeli blockade against Hamas-controlled Gaza. 396: #1 Party School Dec. 18, 2009 Act Two: If God Isn't A Penn State Fan, Then Why Is The Sky Blue And White? Because of the University, State College is in the only county in Pennsylvania where GDP grew in 2008. More by Jeff DorchenView all 79: Stuck in the Wrong Decade Oct. 10, 1997 Act Four: Nostalgia: The Final Frontier Jeff Dorchen reads Italo Calvino's short story All At One Point from Calvino's book Cosmicomics. 78: How Bad Is Bad? Oct. 3, 1997 Act Two: Golden Peacock We told Chicago playwright Jeff Dorchen about what the three boys in Act One said, and he created a brief original radio play picking up where they left off. 61: Fiasco! Apr. 25, 1997 Act Two: What We Wanted To Do A medieval village, a 1900-pound brass kettle, marauding visigoths, and a plan to drench invaders with boiling oil that goes awry.