Not sure how I missed this 2011 documentary -- "There's Something Wrong With Aunt Diane" -- about the infamous case of Diane Schuler, who drove a minivan full of children the wrong way on the Taconic State Parkway that caused the deadliest accident in Westchester County, N.Y., in 80 years. An autopsy showed she was had a blood-alcohol content of 0.19 -- the equivalent of 10 shots, more than twice the legal limit -- as well as having high levels of THC in her system. (The medical examiner concluded she could have smoked marijuana as recently as 15 minutes before the fatal accident.) Her family thought the findings had to be a mistake -- she, her husband, their two children and three of their nieces were driving back from a weekend camping trip early in the morning, and Schuler's husband said there was no way she would have been drinking or smoking pot -- so set out to clear her name. The documentary was filmed contemporaneously with these efforts and what the likely truth was became abundantly clear to Damian and me while watching it, yet her family still seems completely dumbfounded. Won't spoil -- leave a comment if you've seen or also reached a pretty reasonable conclusion.