The Apology Line Was A Real Thing


Time for a weekend wormhole with KB and - in a shocker - its a bit of a dark wormhole. He found a show from the 1980s called The Apology Line. Basically a guy in New York put signs up around the city with a phone number to call to apologize for anything. The message explains that the number has no affiliation with the police and recommend to call from an untraceable number, like a phone booth. The number get a lot of messages and some of the apologies end up being criminal acts and the guy who started the line is torn on what to do from there. (Photo/Getty Images)