This week on DNTO we're telling some tall tales.
We're asking all the fibbers out there: when did you lie? And did you get away with it?
- Carmen Aguirre on the lies that saved her life.
- Singer Dan Hill spills the beans on why "sometimes the honesty's too much."
- Diane Flacks discovers that maybe she shouldn't be such a Pinocchio when it comes to parenting.
- Roy Ellis lies to get the girl of his dreams.
Visual artist and lie detector specialist Paulette Phillips
grills Sook-Yin Lee, and gives us some tips on how to catch someone in a lie.
Finding a job can be tough, and many of us feel inclined to stretch the truth on our resumes... especially if you're an ex-con like Ian Kakegamic. We'll hear how his big, fat lie landed him a great gig.
Sook-Yin Lee hits the streets to find out how to tell a whopper, and get away with it.
As a young girl, Holly Moore lied about a pair of plastic Mickey Mouse ears. Little did she know that lie would spin out of control, and ruin her fifth grade reputation.
Can-Lit superstar Carmen Aguirre
tells us about the lie she lived for years.
Singer-songwriter Dan Hill
told a huge fib to his parents... because, like it says in his hit song, "sometimes the honesty's too much." (Photo by: Don Dixon
Media manipulator Ryan Holiday
pulls back the curtain on who's lying in the world of sensational headlines and big business.
discovers that the "little white lies" she tells her children may be doing more harm than good.
Roy Ellis pulls the oldest trick in the book - lying to get the girl. Here he is with his summer crush circa 1983.
And here's this week's music playlist: