Grandparents, Pole Dancing and Lust - Jay Dixitedit

“The only way that we could communicate was through her cooking me delicious Indian food and me eating it and making happy gestures.”

Grandparents, Pole Dancing and Lust

A family of amateur detectives crack a case; a librarian takes a dance class to spice things up; a father and son come to terms in Newark Airport; a grandson brings joy to a nursing home; and a woman releases her grief and lets her passion take over.

Stories in this Episode

Neighborhood Watch

by Steve Zimmer

Steve Zimmer's family is not the most popular, but their attention to detail does help solve a rash of neighborhood crimes.

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I Don't Do Sexy

by Amy Rood

Amy Rood thinks she can learn to be seductive if she takes a pole dancing class.

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Lessons from the Perry Como Sundae Bar

by Robert Weinstein

Robert Weinstein visits his grandmother in a nursing home and takes her dancing in the recreation room.

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My Father's Love

by Jay Dixit

Jay Dixit feels alienated from his father but makes a connection during an airport layover.

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Too Much

by Satori Shakoor

Satori Shakoor grieves the loss of her mother and then son, but finds that her passion for connection sustains her.

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Extras From This Episode

Amy Rood


Amy, her husband, and… yes, a stripper pole. Photo courtesy Amy Rood.

Robert Weinstein

Robert Weinsteinedit

Robert and his grandmother. Photo courtesy Robert Weinstein.

Jay Dixit

Jay Dixitedit

Jay and his father. Photo courtesy Jay Dixit.

Satori Shakoor


Satori and her late son. Photo courtesy Satori Shakoor.