Full episode 656: Let Me Count the Ways Prologue Share a clip ByIra Glass Host Ira Glass goes to Tijuana, Mexico where people trying to come to the U.S. asking for asylum have devised a new way to keep track of their place in line. (11 minutes) Cindy Carcamo first wrote about this story for the Los Angeles Times. More in ImmigrationView all 665: Before Things Went to Hell Jan. 11, 2019 Act One: Where Have You Gone, Barbara Jordan? Our Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes to You Back in the 1990s, a bipartisan team led by the charismatic Barbara Jordan came up with a solution to the immigration debate that would have fixed a lot the things we’re arguing about today. 664: The Room of Requirement Dec. 28, 2018 Act One: In Praise of Limbo There is a library that's on the border of Canada and the United States — literally on the border, with part of the library in each country. 657: The Runaways Sept. 21, 2018 Act One Hannah Dreier with ProPublica spent a year reporting in Brentwood, Long Island where three teenagers mysteriously disappeared. More by Ira GlassView all 666: The Theme That Shall Not Be Named Jan. 18, 2019 Act Two: Details of the Devil Religion professor Elaine Pagels explains the roots and evolution of Satan in religious texts. 660: Hoaxing Yourself Nov. 2, 2018 Act One: The Sun Never Sets—On The Moosewood Restaurant The story of two young people who, in their search to figure out who they were, pretended to be people they weren't. 656: Let Me Count the Ways Sept. 14, 2018 Act Two: Kitchen Sink All the little and not-so-little ways the Trump administration is tightening its scrutiny of immigrants.