635 January 12, 2018 Chip in My Brain A boy who can’t dribble gets a coach, a new best friend, and something to believe in. DownloadAmazon iTunes Share a clip Transcript Owen Freeman Prologue Ira introduces David Kestenbaum's story with some thoughts about the challenges of parenting. (1 minute) Act One Believing ByDavid Kestenbaum A private basketball coach teaches a young student some things his parents don't agree with. David Kestenbaum has the story. (32 minutes) Act Two Unbelieving ByDavid Kestenbaum Cody's parents try to get him to unlearn some of what AJ taught him—and it's difficult. (23 minutes) Song:“Cult of Personality” by Living Colour Related If you enjoyed this episode, you may like these 370: Ruining It for the Rest of Us Dec. 19, 2008 Act One: Shots In The Dark Measles cases are higher in the U.S. than they've been in a decade, mostly because more and more nervous parents are refusing to vaccinate their kids. 530: Mind Your Own Business July 18, 2014 Act One: Jill House Rules Earlier this year, a cheerleader named Lacy T filed a lawsuit against the Oakland Raiders for failing to pay her minimum wage. 311: A Better Mousetrap Apr. 14, 2006 Act Three: What Would Fill-in-the-blank Do? Reporter Brett Martin tries to use the tools of modern marketing to invent a new religion...one that would serve all the Americans who don't associate with any particular organized religion. Staff RecommendationsView all 77 Sept. 26, 1997 Pray Can the secular world and the religious world understand each other? 513 Dec. 13, 2013 129 Cars One car dealership tries to sell 129 cars. It is way more chaotic than we expected.