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Episode 18 Season 2: Tricks vs. Treats

Well the announcement has been made this is one of the 3 final episodes of this season’s podcast. Alex and John drink apple pucker and chat about eating silverware and having sex with dogs all while John does funny voices. Hear all of Alex’s big news and be fascinated by this total and complete show that even includes a guest interview! That is correct this episode has an interview! John talks with comedians Joel Fragomeni, from JoelRadio.net, and Harry “The Bat outta Hell” Artin. Joel thinks he has figured out why David Carradine died and how Balloon Boy disproves all UFO sightings. Harry just wants to pull the teeth out of a squirrel. After the interview is, of course, Waiting for Soup wherein Alex and John discuss some of the best movies you can watch during this Halloween season. It’s a long show clocking in at just over 2 hours but at least we’re giving you something to listen to as The Oddist starts to vanish into the ether. Happy Halloween.

Episode 11 Season 2: Mixing Board Funtastic

Sara Jean and John have some fun with the settings on the mixing board while discussing forbidden beats, old graduates and drunk animals. Somehow our hosts solve a mystery while Sara Jean tries to recruit women for a version of “The Dating Game” with John as the prize. John also pulls together an interview! Is he shy? Is he tempered? Well he is Corey Hall comedian, movie reviewer and fellow podcaster…or is he? Corey also admits to peeing his pants because he hates the cold? People should be jealous of John because his “boob” is a “neck”. Also, somehow this episode contains a spoiler for the movie “My Sister’s Keeper”.

Episode 4 Season 2: A guy a girl and mom?

Since John got drunk and woke up late he missed his chance of doing a guest interview. Sara Jean and John hold the show together with giggles, animal sounds and positivity…as positive as John can get when he isn’t taking girls shopping after the bar and burning pizza. You will also bear witness to a first on The Oddist as John’s mother calls during the show to remind him that he never calls and is lonely. Heartbreakingly funny.