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Blues Clues, Stowaways and Marital Surprises

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The star of the kid's TV show Blue's Clues details his complicated relationship with fame. A 13-year-old girl from Somalia immigrates to the US and struggles to keep her troubled sister in the country. On the eve of her high school reunion, a woman copes with bombshell news: her husband thinks he might be gay.

The star of a children’s television show grapples with the meaning of fame.

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A Somali immigrant struggles to keep her troubled sister in the country.

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A woman learns that her husband "thinks he might be gay."

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Steve Burns

The star of a children’s television show grapples with the meaning of fame.

Steve sings “The Mail Song” from his days at Blue’s Clues.

 

Fathia Absie

A Somali immigrant struggles to keep her troubled sister in the country.

Listen to Fathia’s experience pitching a story for The Moth, and her original pitch, in this web-exclusive interview.

 

 

The music featured in this episode…

The Drift – Uncanny Valley - Find it on iTunes/Amazon/Spotify

John Zorn – Benicia - Find it on iTunes/Amazon

Bill Frisell and Matt Chamberlain – The Passenger 

Journey – Faithfully - Find it on iTunes/Amazon/Spotify