Episode 127: Hannah Foster-Ojeda

Hannah Foster-Ojeda, high school student and my co-worker for the Halloween season, sat down with me so we could get to know each other a little better through the movies that made her the bright young woman she is already at this early stage of her life. Join us, as we discuss the Tim Allen horror show, clowns and friendship, ruining popular things, and beautiful trauma.

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January 20: Episode 128 featuring another great guest!

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