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Sook-Yin Lee and three complete strangers share a hotel room for one night. Each comes with a problem and with Sook-Yin’s help, they spend the next 24 hours exploring what's bothering them and how to make it better.

Customer Reviews

Canada wins again

The premise alone is so hopeful: three strangers (plus the host) get into a hotel room and try to understand each other. This is the kind of sweetly contrived thing that should be happening everywhere, all the time, until we all see each other clearly. It gets goofy, it gets real, it gets deep. (I even wish it would go a little longer and get a little deeper—so many great stories!) You’ll feel better about humanity, you’ll want to live in Canada (if you don’t already), and you’ll do a little dance in honor of Sook-Yin Lee.

Relatable and Poignant

Suggested by NPR's The Big Listen, I rapidly devoured the first season of this CBC series and cannot wait for series two in the new year. Sook-Yin's balanced hosting brushes away biases and winners and allows pure, problem-solving conversation to flow in a way we can all learn from. I head back into my busy life with my heart a little more open thanks to these stories. Stunning.

Excellent series

I think it should be longer. People get there in morning say by ten then leave after dinner. I have to say I was taken in by the stories. Also maybe have everyone do something together at the end. Say ask the magic 8 ball a question. Good job Suk yin Lee

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