Out Now with Aaron and Abe: Episode 50 – The Hunger Games

And here it is, Episode 50!  This week’s episode of Out Now with Aaron and Abe is recorded in front of a live audience; voiced in color; presented in 3D (so I hope everyone has their special Out Now Glasses), full of surprises (including evil twins and crazy plot twists), and we announce a brand new contest (with a sweet prize).  Also, someone will die at the end of the episode.  Joining Aaron and Abe in this fun filled episode are Jordan Grout and Liz Manashil, who will be helping to review The Hunger Games.  There is also the inclusion of all the favorite segments – “Know Everybody”, “Instead or Because Of”, “Trailer Talk” (we talk about a lot of trailers this time around), Box Office results, games, and some other fun stuff.  As mentioned, this is our 50th episode, so listen up and pay attention for the various bits of banter, announcements made, and additional Easter eggs and bloopers.

So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…

You can also find links to the episode at HHWLOD HERE or at Podomatic HERE

Subscribe via iTunes HERE

Of course, in addition to this episode, there are many more episodes to be found on iTunes, as well as on the hosted site, The HHWLOD Podcast Network, and still at outnow.podomatic.com for mainly the newest episodes and some exclusives.  One can also learn more at the official Facebook page for Out Now, facebook.com/outnowpodcast (“like” it), which features updates from Aaron and Abe’s personal blogs, other random posts, and some photo albums.  Finally, feel free to e-mail the show at outnowpodcast@gmail.com with any sort of feedback or add an iTunes rating/review.  

Show Notes:

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