Episode 2: Philosophy and Self-Help

In this episode Odious tries to recover from a terrible evening with Mimsy Gladrobber, a woman with an academically-gifted son who is trying to get Odious to marry her. He is then visited by a shyster of a businessman who speaks modern self-help jargonese to try to get Odious to buy his philosophical snake oil. Another existential crisis is sorted out via a Hootch Booze commercial. Disturbing music about the recently discovered vomit of a deceased cat is provided by a strange band called Posthumous Vomit. And finally, Claudia the Great (voted Most Accurate Fortune-Teller in the Tri-State Area 2006 by the Daily News) tells the fortune of an unfortunate listener. Music provided by the Cockroach Quartet.