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In 2005, there were 26 This American Life episodes. * Episode 280 – "In Country" * Show description: On the experiences of United States National Guard reservists and Marines in post-invasion Iraq * Act 1: When Weekend Warriors Work on Weekdays – Ira Glass * Act 2: Marine Life – Jack Hitt * Episode 281 – "My Big Break" * Show description: On personal struggles leading to unexpected success or failure * Act 1: Take My Break, Please – David Segal * Act 2: What Happens in Baghdad, Stays in Baghdad – Jen Banbury * Act 3: Oedipus Hex – Shalom Auslander * Episode 282 – "DIY" * Show description: An entire episode of a story about the wrongful murder conviction of . After 21 years in prison, Warner's friends managed to prove Warner's innocence and free him from jail. * Act 1: Untitled

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  • In 2005, there were 26 This American Life episodes. * Episode 280 – "In Country" * Show description: On the experiences of United States National Guard reservists and Marines in post-invasion Iraq * Act 1: When Weekend Warriors Work on Weekdays – Ira Glass * Act 2: Marine Life – Jack Hitt * Episode 281 – "My Big Break" * Show description: On personal struggles leading to unexpected success or failure * Act 1: Take My Break, Please – David Segal * Act 2: What Happens in Baghdad, Stays in Baghdad – Jen Banbury * Act 3: Oedipus Hex – Shalom Auslander * Episode 282 – "DIY" * Show description: An entire episode of a story about the wrongful murder conviction of . After 21 years in prison, Warner's friends managed to prove Warner's innocence and free him from jail. * Act 1: Untitled
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  • In 2005, there were 26 This American Life episodes. * Episode 280 – "In Country" * Show description: On the experiences of United States National Guard reservists and Marines in post-invasion Iraq * Act 1: When Weekend Warriors Work on Weekdays – Ira Glass * Act 2: Marine Life – Jack Hitt * Episode 281 – "My Big Break" * Show description: On personal struggles leading to unexpected success or failure * Act 1: Take My Break, Please – David Segal * Act 2: What Happens in Baghdad, Stays in Baghdad – Jen Banbury * Act 3: Oedipus Hex – Shalom Auslander * Episode 282 – "DIY" * Show description: An entire episode of a story about the wrongful murder conviction of . After 21 years in prison, Warner's friends managed to prove Warner's innocence and free him from jail. * Act 1: Untitled – * Act 2: The story of Collin Warner continues * Episode 283 – "Remember Me" * Act 1: Thinking inside the box – * Act 2: Where's Walter? – Starlee Kine * Act 3: Giving up the ghosts – Shalom Auslander * Episode 284 – "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" * Act 1: The Karachi kid * Act 2: Not far from the tree – * Act 3: Because I'm the mommy, that's why * Episode 285 – "Know Your Enemy" * Act 1: The Minister Meets the Martyr * Act 2: I Am Curious, Jello – David Segal * Act 3: Eight Percent of Nothing – Etgar Keret * Episode 286 – "Mind Games" * Act 1: Untitled – Ira Glass * Act 2: The Spy Who Loved Everyone – * Act 3: Invisible Girl – Scott Carrier * Episode 287 – "Backed Into a Corner" * Act 1: Working Class Hero Sandwich – * Act 2: Don't Drive Like My Brother – * Act 3: Confessions of a Not-So-Dangerous Mind – * Episode 288 – "Not What I Meant" * Act 1: Froggy Goes A-Courtin' – * Act 2: Cat Got Your Tongue – David Sedaris * Act 3: Romance Languages – Ben Karlin * Episode 289 – "Go Ask Your Father" * Act 1: Make Him Say Uncle – Ira Glass * Act 2: My Favorite Martian – Paul Tough * Episode 290 – "Godless America" * Act 1: The Substance of Things Hoped For * Act 2: God Said, Huh? – Julia Sweeney * Episode 291 – "Reunited (and It Feels So Good)" * Act 1: Not Your Parents' Parent Trap – Nazanin Rafsanjani * Act 2: If By Chance We Meet Again – Ira Glass * Act 3: French Kiss – Sarah Vowell * Episode 292 – "The Arms Trader" * Prologue – Ira Glass on the Lackawanna 6 * Act 1: on the arrest and conviction of Hemant Lakhani * Act 2: continuation of Act 1 * Episode 293 – "A Little Bit of Knowledge" * Prologue: Ira Glass and Nancy Updike * Act 1: Small Thoughts in Big Brains – Alex Blumberg * Act 2: And Daddy Makes Three – Dan Savage * Act 3: Sucker MC-Square – Robert Andrew Powell * Act 4: The Art of Adult Conversation – Alexa Junge * Episode 294 – "Image Makers" * Act 1: Dewey Decibel System – Alex Blumberg * Act 2: Goldstein on Goldstein – Jonathan Goldstein * Act 3: Hearth Shaped Box – * Episode 295 – "Not What I Signed Up For" * Act 1: The Double Whammy – Ira Glass * Act 2: Small Fish, Smaller Pond – Nick Hornby * Episode 296 – "After the Flood" * Show description: Stories from survivors of Hurricane Katrina. * Prologue: Ira Glass interviews William Nichelson about the role of state and federal authorities * Act 1: Middle of Somewhere – Ira Glass interviews Denise Moore, a hurricane survivor * Music interlude: Memphis Minnie, When the Levee Breaks * Act 2: Forgotten, But Not Lost – Alex Blumberg interviews Lorrie Beth Slonsky and Debbie Zelinsky about an occurrence at the Pontchartrain Expressway bridge * Music interlude: Fats Domino, Walking to New Orleans * Act 3: Social Studies Lesson – Alex Blumberg interviews Ashley Nelson * Ray Charles, Them That Got * Act 4: Diaspora – Cheryl Wagner * Act 5: Displaced Persons Camp – interviews survivors of Hurricane Charley in Florida * Episode 297 – "This Is Not My Beautiful House" * Show description: Stories from the Houston Astrodome and New Orleans about survivors of Hurricane Katrina. * Act 1: Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow – * Act 2: No Place Like Dome – Ira Glass * Act 3: Land Grab – * Act 4: The Long Way Home – Nick Spitzer * Act 5: Water Bed – Alex Kotlowitz * Episode 298 – "Getting and Spending" * Act 1: Mothers of Invention – Alex Kotlowitz and * Act 2: That Guy – * Act 3: Mall Rat – John Hodgman * Episode 299 – "Back From The Dead" * Act 1: In the Event of An Emergency – Ira Glass * Act 2: 'P' Is For Porta-Potty – Sarah Koenig * Act 3: Friday Night Floodlights – * Episode 300 – "What's in a Number?" * Act 1: Truth, Damn Truth, and Statistics – Alex Blumberg * Act 2: Not Just a Number – Ryan Gist * Act 3: What do we do with these numbers anyway? – Ira Glass * Episode 301 – "Settling the Score" * Air date: November 11, 2005 * Prologue – Ira Glass * Act 1: One Good Deed – * Act 2: The Things That Money Can Buy – * Episode 302 – "Strangers in a Strange Land" * Air date: November 18, 2005 * Prologue – Ira Glass * Act 1: Not Just Tourists, Tourists Who Care – * Act 2: Johnny Get Your Mouse – * Episode 303 – "David and Goliath" * Act 1: Lab Rugrats – Ira Glass * Act 2: Dreams of Distant Factories – Rachel Louise Snyder * Act 3: Adventures at Poo Corner – David Sedaris * Episode 304 – "Heretics" * Act 1: Rise – Russell Cobb * Act 2: Fall * Episode 305 – "The "This American Life" Holiday Spectacular" * Act 1: Twas the Morning After – David Rakoff * Act 2: No Tenenbaum, No Tenenbaum – John Hodgman * Act 3: My So-Called Jesus – Heather O'Neill * Act 4: An Animal Farm Christmas – David Sedaris * Act 5: Christmas at Valley Forge – Sarah Vowell * Act 6: What Would Joseph Do? – Jonathan Goldstein
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