Ross and Carrie Traverse Flat Earth (Part 6): The Salton Sea Test

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While Carrie is out of town, Ross and his cohorts at the Independent Investigations Group set up a test to see if the Earth is flat, or a lumpy, bumpy globe. And they invite their old friend Mark Sargent, and a cadre of flat earthers to join them. Arriving at the Salton Sea with some PVC pipe, balloons, and a magical camera that recovers ships lost on the horizon, these globeheads and flatties devise a fair and simple test of the Earth's shape. We'll let you guess how that turns out.

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Ross and Carrie and Travis Make Running Harder: Elevation Training Mask Edition

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Ross and Carrie invite their friend Travis McElroy over for a classic friendship activity: running through Carrie's neighborhood with a mask that makes you look like you're about to rob a bank. But not just any old, scary mask. This one restricts your oxygen intake, making breathing difficult, and causing rubber to stick to your sweaty face. Don't worry, it's good for you! (Apparently.)

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Ross and Carrie In Spiritual Ecstasy: Crystal Skull Edition

Ross, Carrie and Drew head to the Hollywood Fringe Festival for Spiritual Ecstasy, a two-woman show featuring a crystal skull named Skully, another skull named Jesus, life advice for anyone's problems, and lots of musical instruments to put Carrie's migraine at ease.

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Ross and Carrie and Claire Get Straightened Out (Part 2): "What Was God Thinking?"

We return to Carrie and Claire, telling Ross the story of their trip to Living Stones Ministries, a Christian group that believes God can "heal" homosexuality. In this episode, Claire attends a talk about transgender issues, and Carrie and Claire attend a closing talk and Q&A, wherein they learn to surrender their wombs to God. Um, happy birthday, Claire!