We have news. Starting in 2018, we're taking a break from making Why Oh Why. While we can't predict the future, let's call it a break not a breakup.
For this special episode, we'll hear from a wide range of past guests including David #1, Randy, Bumble Mike, and Mona Chalabi. Then, does your host have a secret boyfriend? In a Twitter survey, 35% of our listeners thought this was a possibility.
Say in touch! Follow @andreasilenzi on Twitter and Instagram and check out her new show, The Longest Shortest Time.
This summer, Schuyler shared a playlist of songs that help her cope with depression and anxiety. It moved a lot of people in her life to reach out, including Tom.
For all the feels, check out the playlists discussed in this week's episode:
1. Eardrummings Vol. 19 by Schuyler.
"Here's a playlist of songs that sort of put words/music to how I feel during my lowest lows. These sounds help me swim my way through that almost-drowning sensation and find my way back to a place that feels safer and clearer."
2. Songs Schuyler Might Like by Tom
3. Songs Tom Might Like by Schuyler
4. Songs from Episode 58 by Andrea
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Brian has Muscular Dystrophy and gets around in a wheelchair, but that doesn't mean he won't make out with your girlfriend when you're not looking. On today's show, Brian tells his friend Luke what it's like for him to date with a disability.
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