Wednesday, May 25, 2011

SHANDA SHARER, DR. PHIL SHOW - Delicious Talk Podcast, Episode #16

Our 16th episode is largely a memorial of 12-year-old Shanda Sharer. Her mom and sister were in a two-part feature on the Dr. Phil show this past week. We're basically in disbelief about the 1992 murder. Listen in and share what you think with us! (Click for a short documentary on Shanda's murder.)

Other topics: the latest in Arnold Schwarzenegger's and Maria Shriver's split; the Celebrity Apprentice finale; Shelly bumps into the Rwandan genocide survivor who appeared on Oprah, Clemantine Wamariya; and our WOW Moment of the Week: Jobless Discrimination!

Listen in and join the conversation - chime in with your thoughts!

Preview (2:57)

Full episode (31:25)


Dr. Phil's "In Cold Blood: A Daughter's Brutal Murder" Full Episodes:

Part 1
Part 2


Monica said...

I saw this story on E when they air the "young Killers" episode. It was absolutely disgusting and that was only a snippet of had happened to her. I can't belive that people can behave like that.

Clementine spoke at my sister's school. She had an amazing story. She is an amazing strong woman.

Yachay Quechua said...

It's time we think about people's chemical presence at the time they become captives of its' influence which separates regular consciousness of sobriety from a sense of liability. If we look broadly at people's behavior over time, we see that well intended folks have failed not to mention those who live careless. More critical help is needed for some people long before things go wrong.

Blair said...

I can't believe people behaved like those girls did that night either! I had to go watch the Dr. Phil episode on YouTube, unbelievable what they did to that little girl!! Hope Rippey and Toni Lawrence should not be out of jail!! I agree with Shanda's mom, they need to serve their sentences!!

Jax and Bastian said...

My husband and I watched the documentary and another one on YouTube called Deadly Women that featured this. We're with you guys, can't understand how they did it. Who does that??! There is no way any of them should be out of jail ever. Heinous doesn't describe that. I don't know how that mother could stand to sit there across from one of them either.

This was a really good episode.