Bad Bad Thing

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Subscribers: 417
Reviews: 5


 Jan 20, 2022


 Dec 12, 2021

Jeni
 Oct 7, 2021
I really loved this podcast. It examined what happened from many angles and I found it heartbreaking, but fascinating.


 Aug 24, 2021

p
 Aug 14, 2021
I cannot believe you want me to have sympathy for this selfish monster.

Description

When Jennair Gerardot suspects her husband, Mark, is having an affair with his dynamic and beautiful boss, Jennair begins secretly recording the new lovers. When Mark’s lies and deceit become too much to bear, Jennair begins recording herself as well, and then… she writes a suicide letter outlining a monstrous plan for vengeance. This cautionary tale is told through Jennair’s actual recordings, and with insight from esteemed clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula, who helps unravel this true story of what can happen when powerful emotions like desire, betrayal and revenge take root in someone’s soul. Hosted and reported by Barbara Schroeder, writer/director of Netflix’s “Evil Genius.”

Episode Date
Bonus Episode with Dr Ramani and Mark Gerardot
00:52:00
For the first time, Dr. Ramani Durvasula and Mark Gerardot meet in person. Mark asks Dr. Ramani why she used the word narcissist to describe him, and then Dr. Ramani has some questions for Mark. And finally, Dr. Ramani reveals the most important psychological tool that would have helped all involved in this tragedy.
Aug 18, 2021
Bonus Episode with Dr Ramani
00:51:03
Dr. Ramani is in studio to answer questions from listeners, she shares her thoughts about the term “healthy narcissism” and then reveals the key component you need in order to have great relationships.
Aug 11, 2021
Part 6: Save The Cat
00:51:23
Dr. Ramini reveals who is really to blame for this tragedy, and speaks to the role mental health played. Mark Gerardot faces accusations from Jennair’s letter. Meredith’s legacy is treasured by friends and family. And the cat Jennair left behind…gets a final farewell.
Aug 04, 2021
Part 5: A Special Place in Hell
00:52:38
Jennair confronts Meredith, whispering an alarming caution to her “rival”. Then, Jennair gears up for revenge. An unsuspecting Meredith is ambushed. Jennair sends Mark 4 last texts, before ending her own life. Jennair’s suicide letter contains a gruesome dying wish.
Jul 28, 2021
Part 4: A Back and Forth Thing
00:51:49
Jennair is now also recording her own conversations with Mark, capturing an almost unbelievable soundtrack of a marriage falling apart. When Mark still won’t confess all to Jennair, she ends up on top of a building, camera in hand, as she records a suicide attempt.
Jul 21, 2021
Part 3: #soinviteme
00:58:16
Who is Meredith Sullivan Chapman? Mark Gerardo is enchanted by his new boss, but doesn’t want to lose his wife. Jennair enlists an unlikely co-conspirator to catch Mark and Meredith in the act, and unveils her secret recordings.
Jul 14, 2021
Part 2: When I Fall In Love
00:50:06
The Gerardot’s love story began with the “Three Things” everyone needs in order to be happy in life. But not everybody is convinced this union is a love match. And decades later, this “perfect” marriage will crumble as temptation sets in.
Jul 07, 2021
Part 1: What Jennair left behind
00:39:35
Jennair’s acts of violence shock the world, but when her husband tells his side of the story- on national TV and in a book - backlash ensues, creating a whole new drama and great curiosity about the undisclosed confessional materials Jennair left behind.
Jun 30, 2021
Bad Bad Thing: Coming June 30
00:00:56
When Jennair Gerardot suspects her husband, Mark, is having an affair with his dynamic and beautiful boss, Jennair begins secretly recording the new lovers. When Mark’s lies and deceit become too much to bear, Jennair begins recording herself as well, and then… she writes a suicide letter outlining a monstrous plan for vengeance. This cautionary tale is told through Jennair’s actual recordings, and with insight from esteemed clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula, who helps unravel this true story of what can happen when powerful emotions like desire, betrayal and revenge take root in someone’s soul. Hosted and reported by Barbara Schroeder, writer/director of Netflix’s “Evil Genius.” Launching June 30.
Jun 14, 2021