Oh No Ross and Carrieactive
Publisher |
Maximum Fun
Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie!, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life’s biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to. Every month we share a new investigation, along with occasional bonus interviews and updates.
Premiere Date |
2011-03-10
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Weekly

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Ross and Carrie clap, shout, and massage their way into the next hour of Tony Robbins' motivational talk. They attempt to make the sound of falling in love, get to know their customers better than they know themselves, and try their luck at Heart Math.
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Ross and Carrie continue their wealth education when they attend another few hours of the Real Estate Wealth Expo, the largest (and only?) Real Estate Wealth Expo in the U.S. They hear from one of Carrie's favorite sharks, and learn that the best way to keep your wealth is to not-lose-money. Then, the moment we've all been waiting for: Tony Robbins appears in a blast of fire, and begins the process of changing our lives, by OWNING us. Don't miss this episode or you will RUIN your LIFE! GO GO GO! LISTEN! VICTORY! Hey, you can add our RSS feed here!
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Ross and Carrie follow a slew of billboards to the Real Estate Wealth Expo, where they will learn, "hundreds of ways to make money!" They hear about the art of buying tax liens, get wealth management lessons from Magic Johnson, and get ready to flip houses. Listen, and be inspired. It's YOU TIME!Hey, you can add our RSS feed here!
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Ross and Carrie make good on their promise to go back to Scientology one (final?) time, and see if they are VIPs or SPs. First they head over to a play authored by L. Ron Hubbard. Then, they check out the largest Scientology church in North America: the less than a year old Church of Scientology of the Valley. Will they be welcomed back with open arms? Will the Church finally let them know whether they're SPs? Will there be quiche? The only way out is through, so go find out!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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Ross and Carrie are delighted to have Flat Earth theorist Mark Sargent on for a lively conversation about everything under the... dome. The popular YouTube personality explains some of his favorite proofs that Earth isn't a globe, explores NASA's lies, explains how the dome projection system works, and connects the dots between Flat Earth and some of his other "favorite" conspiracy theories. Enjoy one of our favorite interviews yet!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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 Ross and Carrie tune in for more extraordinary claims from the Flat Earth International Conference. With the help of flat earth celebs like Mark Sargent and Mr. Thrive and Survive, they learn that the sun is just a projection, The Truman Show is basically a true story, the Chicago skyline proves the earth isn't round, and Islam is wrong. But this isn't a religious thing. Plus, play our new favorite game: "Which Elon Musk quote is a lie?" (It's all of them.)Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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Ross and Carrie tune in for the first Flat Earth conference in 500 years and get served a huge helping of mashed potatoes from speakers Darryle Marble and Jeran Campanella. Hear disclaimers that this is not a religious thing, alternated with religious proclamations. Also, learn to think for yourself on pressing issues such as: which root beer is best?Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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Join us as we return to the Flat Earth meetup, where Ross and Carrie learn exactly how the powers-that-be brainwash us into believing that the Earth is round. We consider how tough it would be to run a train around a globe, hear about mind control at Disneyland, and even take part in a documentary about the Flat Earth movement. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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After six years of searching for Flat Earth groups, Ross and Carrie had thought they might never find one with a following near them. That is, until about a year ago, when the age-old belief exploded back onto the, er, global scene. Listen as Ross and Carrie join their local flat earth meetup group and learn why NASA has been lying all this time, which quick tests prove our "planet" is flat, and where Antarctica REALLY is. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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 We're back in the desert for another round of Holotropic Breathwork. This time it's Ross's turn to breath deeply and quickly until his mind, depleted of carbon dioxide, produces vivid visions of Carl Sagan, dead rabbits, dancing saguaro cacti, and a trip around the solar system. Join in on his fever dream, and find out if Carrie still approves of the food!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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Ross and Carrie join a group of consciousness explorers in the high desert to plumb the depths of their own psyches. Together, they learn a special breathing technique that provokes spiritual visions (or mild hallucinations) within minutes. Hear about the history of the mysterious practice, what happens to Carrie when she "goes under," how GOOD THE FOOD IS at this retreat, what Ross fears will happen during his session, and what death looks like. This is one of our favorite things we've ever done, so have at it!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Ross and Carrie are invited to a church that believes a major apocalypse event is coming on September 23rd. So they show up on September 22nd, sing and dance their hearts out, watch some very bad faith healing, and hear very little about the constellations that are currently aligning and heralding the return of Jesus. Will a man-child be born? Is the Lord doing something great in Victorville? Will the world end on September 23rd, 2017? WILL IT?! Find out in this exciting episode! (Or just check a calendar.)Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Ross and Carrie conclude their Purium diets, passing through stages of grief and losing confidence faster than pounds. One thing is for sure: Purium's staff nutritionist is here to tell you why everything that's going wrong is your fault. Plus, Carrie reads the founder's strange book, Ross eats a $9 avocado, and we send a sample off to be tested for lead. Will we die of Purium? Are we typing this from the ghost realm? Find out!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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 Ross and Carrie try to lose a few surplus pounds with the help of a multi-level marketing company called Purium. Armed with shakes made of sea garbage, they go on a ten-day diet to purify their bodies of (you guessed it) toxins. But first, they must both become vendors of the same product they're buying. It's almost like... a triangle... but a company. What do you call that? Anyway, find out who pukes up their spirulina in our adventure with Purium.Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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We've reached the climax of our Contact in the Desert experience. Join Carrie and Ross as they attend yet another disclosure panel, examine an alien skeleton, learn that evolution is hogwash, hear an inexplicable story about Shirley MacLaine, see Giorgio Tsoukalos one last time, and try to stump a professor (or maybe accidentally hit on him). Plus, crop circle expert Patty Greer finally shows up and BOY HOWDY does she make an impression. You just never know what's gonna come out of her face. It's all here in the final episode of Ross and Carrie Make Contact.Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Carrie and Ross hear contactee stories involving honey, coat hangers and Christ power, and Ross sows the seeds of discord in the Q&A session. Then Ross listens to former Senator Mike Gravel talk about everything except aliens while Carrie watches investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell's forays into Area 51, cold fusion, and alien implants. Plus, a couple of scammers try to sell us cell phone protectors and we get some hot tips on busting chemtrails!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Ross and Carrie are nearing the end of their UFO journey, but the extraordinary ideas aren't slowing down. Carrie attends a talk called "Everything is Fake," in which speaker Brad Olsen eviscerates the government, the medical community, and time itself. Then our dynamic duo heads off to psychically connect with aliens through a group meditation, attends a surprise presentation that's almost as exciting as a senior dog, and watches in horror and glee as the world's biggest bug crawls across the world's quietest singer. Plus, what "A" word are we thinking of?!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Join Ross and Carrie on their spacecraft to the interplanetary federation, where aliens experiment on Seventh Day Adventists. What? Yes. Also, a panel of experts explains ancient aliens (the best aliens), and Giorgio Tsoukalos takes your questions. Welcome back to Contact in the Desert.Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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We take a quick break from our UFO stakeout to head back to the Self-Realization Fellowship and report on the memorial for Sri Mrinalini Mata, the SRF's late president and devotee of Paramahansa Yogananda. Learn about her life and legacy, and find the answer to the one important question... two urgent questions... nine burning questions we had in our minds.Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Ross attends a two-hour lecture by former physician and UFO expert Steven Greer. Mix some extraordinary stories with a little science jargon and some inflated self-confidence, and you get this guy. Greer explains scalar energy, MKUltra Babies, the U.S. government's adoption of alien technology, and why everyone at this conference is wrong except for him. Oh also, he's very buff, and you'd better notice. Check it out!Send us on more investigations like this one, by supporting us at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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It's the second day at Contact in the Desert, and the first talk of the day does not disappoint. Our esteemed panelists tell us about cattle mutilation, the Catholic church's E.T. conversion plan, and why CNN didn't have the good sense to cast Linda Moulton Howe. Then, star speaker David Wilcock defends Pizzagate, explains what the "Cabal" really is, and teaches us all how to be beamed directly to Heaven in thirteen years. And those are just the talks before lunch! Join us as we make contact in part two.Send us on more investigations like this one, by supporting us at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here!
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UFO summer is BACK, baby! We leave the Ozark Mountains, and head home to sunny southern California, where we drive deep into the Joshua Tree desert for some serious alien contact with a California hippy vibe. Contact in the Desert, a massive festival featuring presentations on extraterrestrials; alternative history; lizard people; and more, awaits. First up, we hear about the Navy's Secret Space Program, meet one of the most famous abductees in the world, and learn the secrets of the pyramids.Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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The apocalypse. The Antichrist. Satan. Hell. If you listened to our Amazing Facts investigation, you know that those seminars focus on some pretty brutal topics. So we're pleased to bring you this interview with Amazing Facts instructor David Steward, the most mild-mannered guy who ever warned you about the Antichrist. He graciously accepted our invitation to discuss his seminars, some Seventh Day Adventist theology, Ross' newfound vegetarianism, and our approach to investigating religions. Join us for a very special and not-at-all kooky episode.Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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In part two of our visit to the Children’s March for Humanity, Ross and Carrie bake in the sun for three hours and listen to talks from feminine mommas and masculine papas with dubious credentials. We learn that this generation is the sickest ever, pregnant women should get their silver fillings removed, and vaccines are full of aborted fetuses. Our new tribe also encourages us to trust our momma’s instinct, be more wizmatic, challenge the vaccinated with carefrontation, and to sing “Kukuma, Kukuma” with the plants to bring heaven on earth.Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Take a break from our Summer of UFOs to join us on a march into the controversial and often heartbreaking world of anti-vaccine activism. Ross and Carrie attend the Children's March for Humanity, a national event taking place at different locations across the country, to spread the word about the allegedly harmful effects of vaccinations. But are vaccines really so bad? We have the science right here. Plus, what anti-vaccine rally would be complete without a chair that beams EMF radiation into your blood, an anti-vegetarianism table, and a very expensive juice cleanse?Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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On our final day of the Ozark Mountain UFO Conference we hear from famous abductee Travis Walton, a former logger who was taken by a fire in the sky. We ask some of our own questions of Travis and the other speakers, and learn briefly about the great Battle of 1996 and how we're all 200 years older than we think we are. As Stanton Friedman would say... YES.Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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The Ozark Mountain UFO Conference keeps delighting, with a talk from retired nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, who lends extra scientific credibility to the world of ufology. Then, we continue to the speakers' dinner, where presenter Grant Cameron regales us with information about President Trump, dimensional portals, and a mysterious L.A. filmmaker who is going to blow disclosure wide open. Plus, Ross goes searching for aliens (or owls) while Carrie goes searching for sleep.Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Back at the Ozark Mountains UFO Conference, Ross and Carrie learn that owls can often be aliens in disguise! Delighted, they go looking for owls everywhere. Then, David Marler steps up to the microphone to tell us all about the Battle of Los Angeles, a 1942 event in which air raid wardens fired on an object in the sky that might have been a flying saucer... or might have been a lost weather balloon. But PROBABLY a flying saucer. Clap your hands, folks, it's more UFO time!Oh, by the way. Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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HEAR YE, HEAR YE! On this, the eighth of June, in the year 2017, "Oh No, Ross and Carrie," reached its hundredth episode! Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, to everyone who has supported us from the beginning (we know there are lots of you), everyone who has been there since we joined MaxFun, and everyone who just found us for the first time. We love you all! And as a thank-you gift for listening and supporting us, we have a special surprise. From now on, "Oh No, Ross and Carrie" will be a weekly show! Can you believe it?! We kind of can't either. A lot of work goes into this show! But a new format will allow us to bring you more content every week, in slightly smaller bites. You'll get all the same great investigations and bonus interviews; you just get to hear from us more often! And as our moms will tell you, hearing from us more often is ALWAYS APPRECIATED.So, for our first-ever weekly episode, we give you part two of our Ozark UFO conference tale, where you get to hear all about Linda Moulton Howe, who believes we all live in a computer simulation run by aliens; Grant Cameron, who says all your favorite songs were composed by E.T.s (or angels, or something like that); and Debra Kauble, who says she was abducted onto a flying saucer thirty-four years ago, and has been unpacking the experience ever since. Happy 100th, everyone!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Welcome to Ross and Carrie's Summer of UFOs! For the next couple of months, we'll bring you tales from two of the biggest UFO conferences. We begin with the Ozark Mountain UFO Conference, the longest-running gathering of its kind in the United States. We listen to a talk from a scientific investigator who analyzes strange sightings in the sky, and another from the niece of Betty and Barney Hill, the first alleged UFO abductees (along with their tragically uncelebrated dog, Delsey). Plus, we make a trip to the vendors and find out what kind of companies sell their wares at a UFO conference. Need a chemtrail blocker? They've got it. You aren't going to want to miss Ross and Carrie's Summer of UFOs!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Things get exciting at Amazing Facts, as our faithful teachers finally admit what we've suspected all along: that they are here to bring us into their particular branch of Seventh Day Adventism, complete with end-times prophecy, vegetarianism, and an admonition against jewelry. Cringe along as Carrie, Ross, and their friend Jim awkwardly decline to join the remnant church. Plus, Ross takes the guys on a tour of Disney Animation Studios, before finding out that Disney is actually teaching kids to disobey all that is good and holy. And we invite David on the show. It's our final Amazing Facts episode, and it's a doozy!Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Join us as we round our twentieth lecture at Amazing Facts, learn about 19th-century prophetess Ellen White, get highly annoyed by a man in a gold suit, discover how Seventh Day Adventists live longer than everyone else, uncover the meaning of 666, and finally, FINALLY find out what the Mark of the Beast is. Plus, Ross is moved to convert... his diet.Please help support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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SURPRISE! You are the most amazing fans in the whole frickin' world, and you blew right past our initial goal of 2,000 new and upgrading members. So, with four days left in MaxFunDrive, we are announcing four outstanding stretch goals. Enjoy this little 7-minute episodelette, in which we announce rewards if we reach 3000, 3500, 4000, or even 5000 new and upgrading ONRAC members. Plus, a bizarre promise from Carrie if a million people sign up. Head on over maximumfun.org/donate to find out what AMAZING gifts you can get if you sign up by the end of the month, including a gorgeous "Oh No, Ross and Carrie" enamel pin!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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FREE EPISODE! Now, we know what you're thinking: "Aren't all their episodes free?" Technically, yes. But you guys EARNED this episode by getting us to 1,083 new and recurring donors! Woo hoo! We promised in our last episode that if 1,000 people became new supporters of ONRAC in particular, we would release this live VeryVeryFunDay episode of us electrocuting John Hodgman with the Thync device, a transdermal electrical neurosignaling device that (supposedly) makes you either really, really PUMPED or really, really zonked, depending on what settings you apply. Two of us found it very unpleasant and often painful. Predict which two in the comments below (no spoilers)! And if you haven't joined Maximum Fun yet, hop on over to maximumfun.org/donate. There are all sorts of cool rewards for joining during the drive, and if we get to 1,500 new and upgrading ONRAC donors, we will record a commentary track for Star Wars, where Carrie watches it all the way through for the firs time EVER! MAKE THIS HAPPEN, FOLKS.Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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 It's MaxFunDrive, our Holy Week (and a half)! What a great time to be alive. And with MaxFunDrive comes a brand new, special MaxFunDrive episode! Are you getting sick of Amazing Facts? Well, too bad, cause we showed up so you didn't have to! Listen along as we learn what happens to our bodies, souls, and spirits when we die (those are all different things, by the way); how the TWO resurrections are going to work; who we will be reigning over for a thousand years; what the hell is up with Hell; and all about four very important things: Gog and Magog.It's all here in this SPECIAL MAXFUNDRIVE 2017 SUPER SHOW!You can support this and all our investigations by becoming a Maximum Fun donor! Check out maximumfun.org/donate to find out what AMAZING gifts you can get if you sign up by the end of the month!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Ross and Carrie speak with Louis Theroux, filmmaker and journalist extraordinaire, about his new film: "My Scientology Movie." Hear all about the Church's response, Louis' visit to the Los Feliz Mission, his complicated relationship with former high-ranking church official Marty Rathbun, and more in this exciting dialog between Louis and two of his biggest fans.You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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The end of the world is still coming, and it's never been so tedious. Join us as we attend several more talks from Amazing Facts, a lecture series that is much longer than advertised. Carrie is blown away by an entire talk devoted to what day of the week Christians should have worship, and Ross is declared the smartest man in the room for knowing the punchlines to corny jokes. Plus, evolution is wrong, Ross is a bad husband, Carrie confronts the pastor, and the group tips their hand about what church they're affiliated with.You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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Are you sick of alternative facts? Good news! IWe have some "Amazing Facts" to share with you. Ross and Carrie respond to a junk-mail ad for an end times prophecy seminar, and show up to learn from the Bible, via a semi-mysterious group called Amazing Facts. What is the Beast? Who is the Antichrist? Which will end first: the world, or this lecture series?Plus: Who knows the Bible better: Carrie or Ross? (It's Ross.)You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed here !
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It's 2017, and here in the States, our incoming president is considering having a guy lead the FDA who is opposed to testing drugs for efficacy before approving them like so much caramel candy. To see what such lax regulations might look like, Ross and Carrie board a bus to Tijuana with dozens of cancer patients and their families, to tour some of the "alternative" cancer treatments that Mexico offers... but the U.S. currently bans. Will these treatments be effective, but mired in bureaucratic red tape? Just plain snake oil? Or somewhere in between? Find out in this bummer-but-important episode.Plus, Carrie accidentally eats a bug.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie talk with 17-year Sea Org veteran Chris Shelton about his decades within Scientology, including over 3 years spent in the punishing Rehabilitation Project Force (so we don't have to). Learn about the upper OT levels, the galactic back story, and how we've been getting the name "Xenu" wrong all these years. Bonus: Hear a fun new promo for our show with a familiar-sounding voice! Music from www.bensound.com.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie go international to check out Braco, a Croatian man who heals his followers by "gazing" (read: benignly staring) at them. Ross gets "gazed" at domestically, while Carrie gets her healing glances in Vienna. Plus, hear the dark side of Braco's story: his bizarre theology, end-times prophecies, and the mysterious death of his mentor.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie continue their investigation of Pastor Melissa Scott and her late husband Gene Scott by poring through hours of "Doc's" old sermons, including lessons on astrology, evolution, and camel murder. Then they shove Carrie in Ross's trunk and go on an adventure into the secluded and luxurious community where Melissa Scott may or may not live.Plus, they go back to church but the devil keeps them out!Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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If you walked into the Faith Center in Glendale, California, or watched Pastor Melissa Scott on her 24/7 religious broadcasts, you would find a widow who took over her late husband's ministry, and who painstakingly parses tiny sections of scripture for sometimes hours at a time, surrounded by an eager, conservative Christian congregation. But what you might miss, if you don't look closely enough, is Pastor Melissa Scott: questionable Bible scholar, secretive profiteer, and former porn star. So, don't worry. Ross and Carrie looked very closely for you. And in this multi-part series, you'll be stunned by what they find.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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Sure, essential oils smell nice and cure clubfoot when applied topically (or so we’ve been told)… but what if you atomize the oils and pass their tiny molecules through your nasal passages? Ross and Carrie enlist the help of Jesse Thorn and Jordan Morris to see if vaping with the MONQ Therapeutic Air Device can make them healthy, vibrant, zen, happy, sleepy, and bashful.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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We wish we could tell you exactly what we do in this episode, but we're not even sure. It all starts with us finding a coupon for "dream therapy," a treatment where you sit in a recliner in Beverly Hills and are put into a half-sleep state for an hour so that you can get all the benefits of meditation and dreaming, while a guy (or gal) says vaguely scientific things in your ear. What benefits, you ask? We're not sure. And they don't seem sure, either. But here's one thing we know: it costs $80.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love! Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie try to enhance their brain power through nootropics, supplements that allegedly improve cognitive function. They down Neuro drinks, take Alpha Brain pills, and swallow L-Theanine, resulting in some very interesting findings. Will their IQs and working memories improve? Or will Ross just have a heart attack in the middle of the show? No one can say. (RIP, Ross.)Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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You've waited, you've suffered, and here it is: the final episode of our Scientology investigation. Find out how David Miscavige and his team gently kick Ross out of a church rally, what happens when Carrie tries to go back to attend an anti-psychiatry event at the church, and which of them accidentally gets invited to L. Ron Hubbard's birthday party (and goes). Plus, a few facts from Scientology's past, their kooky anti-psychiatry museum, some book recommendations, the inside scoop on who the heck Xenu is, and your questions about our investigation answered.Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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 Ross prepares for Scientology's hardcore detoxification program, in which he will sweat out his toxins in a sauna, chug niacin, and drink gross water until he's free of the harmful effects of... peas? Meanwhile, Carrie digs into the dirt of what actually happens in one's body during the rundown, and gets a formal invitation to Sunday Service. Then, join our duo as they attend the weekly service and read LRH's hilariously redundant words of wisdom. And finally, find out how they're found out. Will Ross and Carrie be kicked out of Scientology? Who knows! (Well, we do.)Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, and choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed!
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We've finally got what you've been looking for: the meaning of life. Yes, you've been thinking to yourself, "How can I be ultimately happy?" Well, the answer is in a 70-page booklet called "The Way to Happiness," that is IN NO WAY affiliated with the Church of Scientology, other than being written by its founder, L. Ron Hubbard. And the organization which distributes said booklet is IN NO WAY Scientologist, other than being run by members of the Church. Hear about Ross and Carrie's visit to the headquarters of The Way to Happiness, and learn why racism isn't a problem, and oxygenated water cures cancer. We hope you're never sad again!Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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We can't think of a better way to spend a Sunday morning than to enjoy a nice brunch at the Scientology Celebrity Center. We can think of few worse ways than to attend a breaking-into-the-industry seminar that starts 40 minutes late and goes for two hours. Find out how Tom Hanks made it big, and learn how to maximize your confront!Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Hoooo boy, more Scientology? Yes. Yes, it is. As our series rounds the midway point, join Ross and Carrie on a visit to the L. Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition. Let your eyes widen as you hear the various questionable biographical details of the founder's life, from being the youngest-ever Eagle Scout to performing microbiological studies... by himself. Plus, Carrie tests the e-meter, Ross recounts a previous visit where he was ejected from the building, and we review the official Scientology literature on the controversial practice of "disconnecting" from loved ones who question the Church.Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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The "fun" continues as Ross and Carrie get certified in Dianetics. The pair spend 22 hours at the Church over a single weekend, learning how experiences are encoded in our cells, what an "engram" is, and how to audit your friends for neither fun, nor profit. Plus, find out the secret menu item for Scientologist vegetarians. It's a super-sized MaxFunDrive episode!Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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It's the next leg in our bizarre and amazing Scientology journey. Ross moves on to Scientology's "advanced" personal efficiency course, and finds it anything but efficient. As the only student in the entire class, he gets the chance to ask a lot of good questions, and get a lot of strange answers. Meanwhile, Carrie listens along with you and marks every inefficient teaching with a slide whistle. Plus, we learn that the Scientologists already lied to Ross about one of their teachings. Check it out, and get confused!Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Ross continues taking his Personal Efficiency course, and Carrie visits the semi-exclusive Scientology New Year's party. Which one of them is accidentally sent into a Sea Org meeting? Who is given a free Church membership? What on Earth is an "upset"? And who the heck is Ross Blocker? The answers are within.Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Ross and Carrie stop by “Big Blue”, Scientology’s L.A. Ideal Org. They come for the free personality test, but stay for two additional tests and a sales pitch. Do they sign up for classes? Does Carrie need to fix her relationship before it’s broken? Is Ross 100% American? Find out in the first part of the investigation you’ve all been waiting for.Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Ross and Carrie take the most popular personality inventory (do NOT call it a test!)  to find out what makes them tick. Is personality testing just an unscientific fad, or does it really reveal insight into what makes us all different? Are there exactly 16 kinds of people? Is Carrie secretly introverted and living a lie? Does Ross have commitment problems? You might think these questions couldn't be answered by a random stranger, BUT THEY CAN.Be sure to check out our photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Ross and Carrie unwrap a brand new Hasbro edition of the Ouija Board and invite their loved ones to consult with the local spirits. Do they make contact? Does the planchette even move? Does Drew have dandruff? Will Cara finally have that baby? All these questions and more are answered in this exciting new episode. Be sure to check out our creepy photos, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Ross and Carrie, sick and tired of being moderately gorgeous, finally take the next step in bettering themselves, by following Alex Chiu's regimen of reverse-aging products, including Gorgeouspil, Immortality Foot Clamps, and Immortality Rings. By day two, they should look 30% more gorgeous, and by the end of the month, should be "as gorgeous as a super model" and on their way to immortality. Best $100 ever spent? You be the judge.Be sure to check out pictures of Justin and Sydnee at THE HOLE, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Maximum Fun's Great Switcheroo comes to "Oh No, Ross and Carrie," when Sydnee and Justin, the hosts of "Sawbones," take over our show for one exciting episode.What is the Mystery Hole? Why does water seem to roll uphill there? Will Sydnee lose her lunch? How much will Justin spend at the gift shop?Be sure to check out pictures of Justin and Sydnee at THE HOLE, by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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After months of anticipation, Ross and Carrie attend the Self Realization Fellowship Convocation, where thousands of SRF devotees gather together. They learn to meditate better, chant for hours at a time, try to get surly strangers to smile, and fight with oranges. And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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Jai guru, mofos. In this episode, Ross and Carrie immerse themselves in the Self Realization Fellowship, Paramahansa Yogananda's eastern-inspired religion that urges little eating, little sleeping, and lots of meditation. Can Carrie and Ross survive in a group where "restlessness of mind" is a cardinal sin? And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook. You can support this and all our investigations by going to maximumfun.org/donate, donating, choosing us as a show you love!Plus, you can add our RSS feed! 
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When we started getting requests for investigations, we had no idea how many we would get for the quaint world of essential oils. But after about two dozen requests, we finally checked into this smelly enterprise, attending an oil party (not how it sounds), and learning which oils to use to cure lupus, whooping cough, club foot, and more. Listen as we use oils to treat Carrie for her headaches and broken arm, Ross for his acne and sore shoulder, and special guest star and comedian Drew Spears, for his cerebral palsy. Is everyone cured? Maybe, maybe not, but they sure stink.Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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You asked for it, and we delivered. Ross and Carrie try out cryotherapy, the cold front that's taking the world by storm. Find out whether standing, naked and alone, in a -240 degree Fahrenheit room cures Ross of his shoulder pain and Carrie of her insomnia. Also, do they die? Maybe they die! RIP?Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie drink the latest innovation in meal replacement technology: Soylent. And no, it's not people. And no, it's also not soy. Find out what's in there, what it tastes like, and just how much it can make you fart.Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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It's our first live episode, ever! Hear about our psychic kids workshop with famous medium James Van Praagh, who guides us in relaying messages from the dead and using our poop chutes. Special guest star: Ross's son, Andrew Blocher!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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We try out the "Flex Belt," an Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) device, also known as a belt that shocks your ab muscles into flexing, thereby making you ripped and swole, or so the theory goes. Will Ross and Carrie be the new American Gladiators? (Probably not.) Listen anyway!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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NEW EPISODE! Ross and Carrie get sick and turn to Christian Science for help. Plus, they learn more about the notorious religion, like how Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science, kinda sorta maybe a little stole the whole thing. And MAXFUNWEEK pandemonium! Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie join the congregation at their local Christian Science church, learn that disease is all in your head, cerebral palsy is an illusion, germs don't exist, and peeing on the floor is gross. Plus, learn about the history of the discoverer and founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie douse themselves in artificial sex pheromones, head to the bars, and wait for strangers to approach them. Will sex juice make these nerds hot? Is bringing a 400-page book into a bar a good way to meet people? Find out!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie get enclosed in salt-water filled, pitch black pods and float for an hour, in an attempt to "find themselves." Learn how sensory deprivation tanks allegedly replace sleep, speed healing, remove toxins, and basically make you Mozart. Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie finally see the woman they've been dying to see for ages: the Long Island Medium. And they're not the only ones dying around here. Pesky ghosts are clamoring for Theresa's attention, so she can deliver messages to their surviving loved ones... or so she says. Carrie and Ross attend a Beverly Hills performance of Caputo's sold-out show, The Experience. And what they see leaves more questions than answers.Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Ross and Carrie giggle for three days straight when they join the delightfully odd world of laughter yoga. Accompany them to a gibberish party, a laughter yoga phone meeting, and a laughter yoga concert. Extra points to anyone who can get through 10 minutes without giggling.Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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BONUS MAXFUNWEEK EPISODE! In this special interview episode, Carrie has a chat with Jon Ronson, bestselling author of The Men Who Stare at Goats, The Psychopath Test, and Frank. And by a chat, we mean they devise horribly accusatory questions and make each other take lie detector tests. It's all fun and games until Jon's butt gets brought up. Plus, hear Ross' reactions as he listens along with you!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!
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Has Ross lied on the podcast? Is he truly open to the possibility of the paranormal? Does he eat his boogers? Find out this and more in our voice polygraph episode! In this hilarious investigation, Carrie asks Ross some very personal (and a few silly) questions, and an expert analyzes the sound waves in his voice to see if he's a truth-teller or a stinkin' liar. The results may surprise you... and Ross.Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode 
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The Queen Mary might be the most haunted place in Southern California... Or it might be an old, loud boat. But either way, Ross and Carrie join a seasoned paranormal investigator and a ragtag team of recruits on a five hour adventure, exploring the retired ship's secrets. They use EMF meters, EVP recorders, dowsing rods, and more, to try to contact the ship's most famous spirits. And they record a little mystery all their own. Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode 
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Ross and Carrie sit down with Paul and Oscar, two members of the Aetherius Society, for a long and insightful conversation about George King, rocks of attainment, and this podcast's investigation methods. Find out what happens when four people all want to talk at once!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode 
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Ross and Carrie finish up their five months undercover in The Aetherius Society, a small religious movement that started when aliens spoke to a yoga master in his kitchen. Join them as they climb up a holy mountain and attempt to chant away climate change and war. Plus, an update on what the Aetherians thought of Part One!Donate to support this and all our investigations at maximumfun.org/donate And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode 
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Ross and Carrie spend five months undercover in a mysterious and delightful religious sect, where Jesus is an alien, purple robes are the outfit of choice, and global warming can be fixed by praying into a battery. Plus, learn why everyone should blow their nose before connecting to God. It's all here in this episode about the UFO religion, the Atherius Society. You can support this investigation and all our investigations at www.maximumfun.org/donate and choosing us as your favorite show!And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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Curious about the latest oral hygiene fad based on an ancient Ayurvedic practice? You know, the one that predates the invention of tooth brushes and floss? By popular demand, Ross and Carrie spend more than a month swishing oil and looking for somewhere to spit. Do they still have teeth? You decide.You can support this investigation and all our investigations at www.maximumfun.org/donate and choosing us as your favorite show!And be sure to check out our pictures by liking us on Facebook! You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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Fortune telling may seem like the purview of new age bookstores and store front psychics, until you enter the hidden world of Christian prophecy, where church-going Christians say they receive messages directly from God, and He has a message for you. Or for Ross and Carrie, as the case may be. Join us as we find out what God has in store for each of us, who makes God sing "Jingle Bells," and which of us strikes jealousy into the hearts of all we meet.  You can support this investigation and all our investigations at www.maximumfun.org/donate and choosing us as your favorite show!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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In this special in-studio test episode, we meet the charming and hilarious Lindsay Pavlas of Maximum Fun fame. While Lindsay rattles off her ailments, Ross and Carrie each give her a reiki treatment and then make her guess which of them secretly got certified as a reiki healer. Can she tell the difference? Is the healing energy real? Who shot JR? Find out most of these things in this very special episode!Donate to support this investigation at maximumfun.org/donateAnd don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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You listened to them go undercover in an evangelical cult led by imprisoned child sex abuser, Tony Alamo. In this part 2, Carrie and Ross roam the secret grounds of the church's California compound, learn more about the case that sent the pastor to prison, ask to be baptized, and pay homage to Rosa Parks (and Claudette Colvin,if you want to exact). Plus, NEWS NEWS NEWS about our very exciting MaxFunDrive this week! Become a member and get amaaaaaazing perks like a calendar featuring Ross and Carrie as cats!Donate to support this investigation at maximumfun.org/donateAnd don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download EpisodeThe Quotable Tony Almo DocumentCollection of Almo Court Documents (.zip file ~12mbs)
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Ross and Carrie go undercover in Tony Alamo Christian Ministries, a cult led by an imprisoned child sex abuser and one-time denim jacket manufacturer. Join them as they board a creepy unmarked van and head into rural southern California to learn about why environmentalism is Satanic, girls can get married when they are as young as six, and you can never get saved too many times!Donate to support this investigation at maximumfun.org/donateAnd don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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If it took you more than three seconds to read this sentence, you're doing it wrong. At least, that's what Ross and Carrie learned at their speed reading class, where they stopped subvocalizing, and learned to groupwordstogethersoyoureadthematthesametime. But will they actually comprehend what they read? We're not gonna tell you! Listen and find out!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download EpisodePhoto Amy Davis Roth
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New episode! We talk to our favorite pagan, Fire Lyte, about pendulums, prognostication, paganism and the Paleo Diet (one of those things was a lie). Plus, he sets us straight on some things we got wrong and shows us his downright insane mask collection. No one gets kidnapped.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download EpisodeLearn more about Fire Lyte at http://www.incitingariot.com/
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Happy new year, everyone! Howsabout a new episode? Ross and Carrie join Los Angeles' biggest dowsing group, a coterie of colorful characters who believe that metal rods and pendulums can help us tap into our inner wisdom to locate any item or substance. We fix our solar plexuses, ask a pendulum what drinks to drink, and use rods to find... running water? Plus, we get a special visit from Jesse Thorn, from Maximum Fun!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download EpisodeBabbling Reporter Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ4shANmIN8Teleportation Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfZmR2w_uf0IIG Test of Dowser Lewis Rees: http://iighq.org/index.php/challenge/lewis-rees
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New episode! Ho ho ho, you hoes. Merry Christmas to those who celebrate, and merry averageday to those who don't! We offer you great tidings of audio pleasures from the Far West (read: California). Our present to you is an update episode, with exciting news from the Raelians, the Kabbalah Center, Carrie's documentary, and a very, very exciting announcement about our new podasting family. It's all here, in the last episode of 2013!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download EpisodeSee the exciting back and forth between the Raelian Movement's lawyer and our lawyers! DownloadContribute to Carrie's Sedona Kickstarter! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1654796823/sedona-a-documentary-film
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Reflexologists say the foot is a map to the rest of the body, and that pressing on certain points can have a dramatic impact on our health and wellness. But some scientists say it's just a glorified foot massage. Ross and Carrie get their toes tickled and their heels hammered in this soleful episode all about reflexology!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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Ross and Carrie have received their Mormon baptisms and partaken in the OTO Gnostic Mass, but now they have found someone who’s lived it! Meet Taylor, a practiced Thelemite raised in the LDS Church, and learn some surprising similarities between the two groups and the people who are drawn to them.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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Your intrepid investigators sit through a long meeting on the finer points of Thelema, then learn that "Do What Thou Wilt" does not extend to reporting on the proceedings of Ordo Templi Orientis ceremonies. Ross and Carrie are then unceremoniously excommunicated from the order without so much as a hot drink.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode 
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FALSE FLAG! Building 7! Who shot JR? Ross and Carrie covertly join Los Angeles’ most prominent 9/11 “Truther” group, full of diverse characters who believe that the attacks of September 11th, 2001 were orchestrated by the US government. Also, your hosts pretend to steal a painting, witness a heaving helping of anti-Semitism, and get yelled at about AIDS.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode  
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Ross and Carrie drink way too much rum, stumble through some listener questions and third grade math problems, and wake up with jackhammers in their skulls, all to test a new hangover remedy. Which of them will puke first, and who knows long division? Find out in Ross and Carrie Get Drunk: Blowfish for Hangovers Edition! And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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Carrie and Ross join the dark fraternity of the Ordo Templi Orientis, a Masonic offshoot with a penchant toward mysterious rituals, nudity, and the spirit of independence. Hear about the naked priestesses, learn the not-so-secret hand signals, and find out how Carrie and Ross volunteered to eat sperm in our latest episode.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode  
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We all like juice, right? Then what’s so bad about drinking nothing else for three days? Find out how bad Ross has to pee and how much Carrie’s head hurts when they try to rid themselves of toxins by chugging squeezed cucumber, kale, beet and celery.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode  
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We know what you're thinking. Is that Robert Downey Jr. And Drew Barrymore at the alien-designed sound bath in the middle of the California desert? No, it's Ross and Carrie, healing themselves with sound. Miss this, and you'll lose a ton of negative ions.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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If you've heard of oxygen bars, then you're living in the 21st century. If you haven't heard of them, then you're Ross. But hey! Now he knows what they are, because he and Carrie traveled to Los Angeles' finest (read: only?) oxygen bar to suck double the normal amount of oxygen into their noses. Or is that 4% more? No one seems to know. In any case, Ross inhales Sex on the Beach and Carrie tries to find out what a toxin is... again! Listen as Ross and Carrie pay to Breathe Air! And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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After our genotyping tests told us Carrie is Native American and Ross might have dormant Restless Leg Syndrome, we thought we better talk to an expert before Carrie started calling up the US government and demanding reparations. Enter Meghan Gillespie, a certified genetic counselor with a Masters degree in Genetics from Sarah Lawrence College. Listen as she politely tells us everything we got wrong, and why genotyping can be great... and also infuriating. It's Ross and Carrie meet Meghan!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Episode Download
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New episode! Ross and Carrie swap spit with the fine folks at 23andMe and find out all kinds of interesting information about the diseases they will and won’t die from. Carrie now has an excuse for her OCD, and Ross wonders why his legs aren’t restless. They also trace their family histories and learn which celebrities and famous hominids they can call family. And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Download Episode
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New episode! Join us, Ross and Carrie, as we travel to the heart of Los Angeles' psychic district to have our palms read. Is Carrie going to Hell? Is Ross a loving husband or a passionless bore? Plus, in a battle of charm, one of our psychics wins HANDILY over the other. Will it be the blonde Christian or the brunette dog-lover? Find out all this and more as we hand over our latest episode.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Carrie and Ross pay $120 each to talk to a hot older woman about how great they are, have her vaguely wave her hands over them, and send them on their merry way. Sounds like just a good evening? Well, it's actually the Reiki practitioner's solution to migraines and back pain! Join us as we learn which wild animals represent the spirits of North, South, East and West, have our feet blessed, and try not to giggle as a rattle is used to ward off evil. (Spoiler: Carrie fails at that last thing.) And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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In this episode, Ross and Carrie part ways to see who can take the more unusual vacation. Carrie travels to Sedona, Arizona, the heart of extraordinary claims, to see if it really contains four special energy 'vortexes' to send her into an emotional tizzy and bring her in contact with her masculine side. Will she be overcome with the euphoric power of spinning energy? And meanwhile, how does Ross fare at the Bigfoot Discovery Museum? Does he spot the Sasquatch? Find out in episode 29!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Feeling rejected? Depressed? Been the victim of abuse? Well, you just may have a demon. Join Ross and Carrie as they meet Bob Larson and his team of teenage exorcists. They will shout, hit you with their Bibles and fix all your problems.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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EXTEND YOUR PODCAST ENJOYMENT GUARANTEED! Try this episode RISK-FREE and you will experience pleasure heretofore unknown in parts of your inner ear you didn't even know existed. This all-natural blend of boob pumps, breast enlargement creams, titty soap, stiffy stretchers, penis pills, and patented formula Ejacublow will bring you the results YOU desire in less than one hour. Feel confident! Meet the new you! Join Ross and Carrie as they attempt to enlarge their naughty bits!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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The parents are unwed, they have very little money saved, they subsist entirely on handouts from supporters, and the child's destined to be a controversial figure. Would you abort this baby? YOU JUST ABORTED THE PRO-LIFE CLINIC INVESTIGATION EPISODE OF "OH NO, ROSS AND CARRIE"! In this episode, Carrie and Ross pop into an anti-abortion counseling clinic, pretend Carrie is knocked up, ask questions about fetal pain, and cry. Plus, Carrie is forced to read the Sinner's Prayer. If you want more from an episode than this, we don't even know what to do with you.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You know those days when you want to get all your back fat sucked into several small cups with FIRE, and then leave the cups there to bruise? You know, to ease your Chi stagnation? In this episode, Ross and Carrie do just that. Your (nearly) fearless hosts visit two different cupping practitioners, complain about their neck pain, and try out the ancient practice of getting hickeys all over your back. It's all here in episode 25.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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This month, Leo and Cancer align to investigate the ancient practice of astrology and learn the function of a conjunction. Ross and Carrie have their star charts read, and then Carrie visits an astrologer to the stars while Ross looks for love in all the wrong places.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You asked for it and we delivered. Listen as Carrie endures four long days of the Master Cleanse lemonade/laxative fast and almost ends up in the hospital, and Ross lets a nice young woman insert a tube in his rectum, pump him full of water, and watch him poop into a tube. If this isn’t entertainment, we don’t know what is.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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It's been two and a half months since our Raelian baptism, and the dust is still settling. Join us as we recount our journey with fellow Raelian investigator Spencer Marks, a four-year veteran of the alien movement. Plus, hear why we received a cease and desist… and why we will neither cease nor desist.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You listened as we attended their meetings, learned about aliens seeding humanity, and asked probing questions (not about probes). Now join us as we transmit our DNA to our alien creators in this one-of-a-kind Raelian baptism episode! Plus, what happens when the Raelians listen to the show?And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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1973: A racecar driver and amateur singer hikes to a mountaintop in France, is visited by a scientist from another planet, and told the secret history of the human race. 1975: He meets Yahweh, Jesus, Buddha and Muhammad on a space ship, takes on the name "Rael" and his religion grows to thousands of sexually free followers. 2012: Ross and Carrie don all white clothes, hum vowels for 45 minutes, and officially become Raelians.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You: Man, I wish evolution had a superhero defender. Us: It does! Her name is Eugenie Scott, and she's all "Whoopshah!" with a whip made of evidence and class. Listen as we try to hold a candle to her wit and wisdom in this special interview episode with the National Center for Science Education's Dr. Eugenie Scott.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Bow wow wow! Ross and Carrie throw down $60 for an animal psychic who has a little trouble determining whose dog is whose, where they came from... and what their sexes are. Nevertheless, Carrie tears up at the mention of flying pigs, and Ross is reduced to lying about dog food. Gear up! It's time for heavy petting.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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What happens when one investigator, one standup comedian, and one paleontologist sit down to talk about evolution? Find out when Ross meets with famed fossil expert Donald Prothero and notorious standup comic Emery Emery, to talk creation science, American education, and the silliest museums in the US. Subliminal messages and optimistism included.For more on fossils, evolution, and the 'controversy' in American education, see Dr. Prothero's book: Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why It MattersAnd to hear more from Emery Emery, tune into his show, the Ardent AtheistAnd don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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And on the 16th episode, there was Creationism. Join Carrie and Ross as they show up at a creationist meeting where they learn that evolution is bunk and beavers were made for fur coats. Then listen as they bring special guests Emery Emery, Heather Henderson and Don Prothero to California's largest creationism museum, abounding with misspelled dinosaur names, fake fossils, misleading quotes and interesting theories about how Adam and Eve's descendants avoided birth defects. It's as close to goat sperm as you can get!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Perhaps you're saying to yourself, "Boy, am I running low on funny yet insightful conversations with religious experts." Well WAPSHAH! Meet Phil Zuckerman, Professor of Sociology at Pitzer College, the founder and head of the first-ever Secular Studies program in the United States, and the author of four books, including the brand new Faith No More. We show up at his front door, demand booze, and ask him why he hates America. If you miss this one, you are dead to us.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Join Ross and Carrie as they haul their 700-page We Are All Africans book to their first ever Pan-African meeting! Find out why Moses isn't all he's cracked up to be, how the human brain is proof of God, how eager Ross is to share Yahweh stories, and just how small Carrie's bladder is. Libations included!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You know those days when you go to interview someone at their house, and you feel like you stepped into the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland? That is just the kind of day Ross and Carrie had when they met up with famous mentalist Mark Edward in his southern California home. Hear all about how Mark made a living as a "psychic"... all while not believing a word he said. Hot drinks included!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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What's in the cards for 2012? In this episode, Ross and Carrie visit four different tarot readers, asking what the future holds for your favorite investigators. Carrie learns that she's not likely to die soon, and Ross gets a BIG surprise. Listen to this episode, or tarot-rism will win.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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As 2011 slams the money down on the coffee table and tells us to get the hell outta here, we bid a fond farewell with a salute to this year’s investigations. Ross and Carrie fill us in on what’s been happening with hypnotherapy, ayurveda, the Mormons and more, in the final episode of 2011. And they take questions from Roger Nygard of The Nature of Existence,Mr. Deity stars Brian Keith Dalton and Jarrett Kaufman, and you (yes, you!) the loyal listener. Boy, howdy!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!Show Notes:Bag of Holding - The Mormon Temple Visitor's Center
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In this episode, Ross and Carrie together take 280 homeopathic pills live on the air, chase them with wine, and discuss their first visit to a combination homeopath and Ayurvedic practitioner. Will Ross and Carrie survive the overdose? Will Ross’ fatigue be cured? Will Carrie’s headaches go away? And will Ayurveda permit hot drinks?! Find out in this one-of-a-kind episode!And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You're getting very sleepy. So wake the hell up and listen as Ross and Carrie get hypnotized! In this episode, Carrie gets her brain fixed for only $150 an hour, Ross learns that he is the ideal candidate for putting people to sleep, and to everyone's delight... free hot drinks! It's an episode you won't forget. That's an order.And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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He's traveled the world meeting and interviewing Sikhs, Buddhists, Muslims, Christian wrestlers, rabbis, Mormons, Hindus, confrontational evangelicals, atheists, physicists, stand-up comics, biologists, actors, professors, cosmologists, playwrights, and even the Pope (sort of). Roger Nygard, the director of Trekkies and The Nature of Existence, sits down with Ross and Carrie to talk about his quest to find the meaning of life. Poop jokes included. And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You asked for it and we delivered. In this episode, Ross and Carrie each pay a complete stranger to prod them with over twenty needles and then tell them to "relax." Will Carrie's chronic neck pain improve? Will Ross' running strains go away? And is it all the result of stagnant Chi? Find out in this deeply probing episode! And don't forget to "like" us on facebook to see the pictures!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Everybody's doing it! Mormonism is in the air, with Carrie and Ross getting baptised and becoming members of the LDS Church (in episodes 4 and 5), and now our theme music composer and the star of the hit web series Mr. Deity sits down to talk with us about his Mormon upbringing, subsequent departure from the faith, and his life today as an atheist. Find out about Brian's special underwear (yes!), a top-secret handshake, what ultimately put the nail in the coffin of his beliefs, and how he handles a bad hair day, in this interview with special guest Brian Keith Dalton.You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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In Part 1, your favorite co-hosts spent more than five months learning about Mormon doctrine, taking classes with theirmissionaries, and attending three-hour church services before biting the bullet and asking to get baptized. In Part 2 of their Mormon journey, Ross and Carrie get dunked, receive the Holy Spirit, take vows of chastity, swear off hot drinks, and become official members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. And then… they tell their missionaries what brought them to church in the first place.You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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You've seen the South Park episode, you've memorized every season of Big Love, you've scratched your head at a few articles about Kolob, and you've hidden behind a chair as the missionaries approached your window, but have you ever wondered what happens when you actually take their classes and... become a Mormon? Oh no! You're not telling me that Ross and Carrie... What?! Yep, in part 1 of this two-parter, Ross and Carrie complete five months worth of classes in an effort to become Latter Day Saints.You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Oh no! Ross and Carrie don head coverings, learn to bow correctly, and try to sing along in Punjabi? This can’t go well… Or can it? In our third episode, “Ross and Carrie Seek the Sikhs: Warm Oatmeal Edition,” your two favorite investigators travel to one of Los Angeles’ Sikh Gurdwaras to learn a little bit about one of the largest religions in the world, eat free food, and do a lot of bowing in between. Find out what happens when Ross and Carrie seek the Sikhs!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Ready your ears for our second episode, "Ross and Carrie Get Ear Candled: Wax Springs Eternal"! In this episode, we'll undergo a session of the alternative medicine practice of ear candling. Join us as Ross lets a stranger stick a flaming object into his ear canal, and Carrie safely asks questions from the sidelines. Been wondering how to cleanse your aura, clean your sinuses, and remove ear wax in one step? This episode will tell you how... or perhaps how not.And listen as an experiment in the studio goes slightly awry.Be sure to stay tuned through the end so you can hear our hint of the week and enter to win a prize!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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Check out our first episode! Ross and Carrie attend a lecture at the Kabbalah Center of Los Angeles, ask probing questions, and learn some curious things about the universe.We apologize for the echoechoechos towards the end, but we will fix up all your hearing problems in our next episode!As you may have noticed the website is still a work in progress. We hope to have it much more fleshed out in the coming weeks. Come back soon to see it in all its grandness!You can subscribe on iTunes!You can add our RSS feed!
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