Then Ira's conversation with Cheryl, from the top of the show, continues. She talks about the impossible decision she's facing: whether to keep her son in the home or to send him away in order to protect her other two kids.
Act Two, The Road To Badness: Yale psychologist Paul Bloom tells Ira about his research into the morality of babies and young children.
Act Three, The Devil Went Downt o Jersey: Producer Jonathan Menjivar tells the story of a bad baby who stopped being bad. At two years old, Comedian Chris Gethard had a knack for dancing on his mother's last nerve. Finally, Chris's father decided drastic measures were in order. Chris just released his first comedy album called My Comedy Album.
Act Four, This Is Going To Hurt Me More Than It Hurts You: Producer Sean Cole tells the story of a former foster kid who was finally adopted in his mid-30's, and the reason he was taken away from the foster family he loved more than 20 years ago.
Act Five, We Are Fine Parents: A short story by John Jodzio that reveals the truth about infants. It's read by Sara Mollo-Christensen. Jodzio is the author of two short story collections, including If You Lived Here You'd Already Be Home.