Who was the liar? Erick Esteban, Oscar Sagastume, or Meg Cheng-Rodriguez? Find out! Plus, a sneak peak of the next episode.
We'll be back with a brand new episode next week, with our new producer Spencer Howard! In the mean time, check out these great stories from Bennett Rea (Episode 39), Lindsay Adams (Episode 33), and Spencer Howard (Episode 32).
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What do you do when you have no faith in medicine? Three stories of people not quite getting the magic pill. Emily Schmidt finds out she can't rely on morphine or her boyfriend. Julia Pels crawls onto a beach looking for weed, and trips on her way out. And Chris Korbel hallucinates using a hard drug - dramamine.
Where the heart is - whether you want it or not. Three stories about home. Rachel LeGault becomes a home for bugs, and reassesses her own living situation. Bennett Rea goes home for the holidays and gets in a spat with his elders. And Bill Barol goes home one last time to try to save his memory of it.
What happens to people when they find themselves looking outside from within? Three stories of being in the thick of it. Brandon Burkhart ends up in the clink. Oscar Sagastume learns the secrets of being inside the Mormon church. And Monte LaMonte finds out what being on the inside of a political machine will get you.
Next weekend in LA, Funny Women Fest is going to celebrate females in comedy through four days of sketch, standup, storytelling, improv, and more. So to celebrate, here are three stories from our archive featuring three women who will be featured at Funny Women Fest. Erin McGown catches her parents having sex. Rachel Germaine puts the 'pube' in puberty. And Melanie Maras loses her flip phone, and finds a weirdo. Can you remember who the liar was?