50 episodes

What Did You Do?! is a true crime podcast bridging comedy, crime, and wild but informative conversation. Join the hosts as they laugh and cringe while examining some of the most shocking cases from a mental health and social work perspective.

What Did You Do?! Charneil & Dee

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 252 Ratings

What Did You Do?! is a true crime podcast bridging comedy, crime, and wild but informative conversation. Join the hosts as they laugh and cringe while examining some of the most shocking cases from a mental health and social work perspective.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
252 Ratings

252 Ratings

Annie_are_ok? ,

I’m a social worker!

I cannot believe there is a podcast that examines true crime from a social work perspective! It’s always law enforcement, psychology, criminology, etc. People don’t realize that social work encompasses all of these fields. We are not just baby snatchers! I’m a masters level social worker and registered psychotherapist, for many years I worked at an inpatient psychiatric hospital doing the patient intakes. One time I found a “serial killer kit” (what looked like camping gear, but had bloody pliers, rope, bondage equipment and the IDs of 3 young women along with a hunk of brunette hair....I ended up calling the Feds, the patient was taken away in the dead of night and never seen again). THANK YOU for acknowledging our role in this field. I don’t know you but I love you.

Carvcvj ,

Immature & Insensitive

I have to give up after the beginning of the 3rd episode. Murdered teenage boys are not candy canes and laughing about their deaths does not make y’all funny.

Nlr_159 ,

Unapologetic

The hosts don’t stay on track, I get lost in the story. They are judgmental of both the killer & victim, like pointing out a person probably started killing because he had acne... okay that’s not funny. You can fix this podcast be not talking too much about personal life & talk more about the true crime story. Also stop being so opinionated, let the listeners think for themselves...

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