Episode 13.5 – HorrorHound Weekend Wrap-up

Bonus episode! Russ and Justin discuss their experience at HorrorHound Weekend, they start it off with discussions about sex and religion, another brilliant segue, Justin witnesses a miracle, no Sad Virgils, stories from the Saw and American Horror Story panels, White Castle > parties and socializing, Justin had many favorite parts, fan artists, Russ broke Justin’s car (in Justin’s mind), Justin wanted to buy some smut, Justin tries not to agree with Russ, a gathering of geeks is magic, Russ is the old guy at the concert, Dad Mode

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