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Only non-jerks allowed in this episode. Erica and Emily continue to follow Brooke as she attends Maysville Central High, get a look into what her and Roy's life in the orphanage is like, and make fun of Nicholas McHenry's stupid laugh. Will Brooke and Roy find a place to live before the adoption center tosses them out on the street? Do adoption centers even work that way? Find out in part two of 7:00. Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from a little known music artist at the end. If you're in a band (or know someone in a band) and want to be on the show, send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the song "You Lost" by the band Elwood Stray. Find more of their music at www.elwoodstray.com
Brooke finds out a major secret after she and Roy move in with Nicholas' family. Emily makes a wildly accurate prediction. Erica's character voices get better and better. Strap in for this crazy third chapter of 7:00. Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from an underground music artist at the end. If you're in a band (or know someone in a band) and want to be on the show, send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the song "Good Side" by the band Crimson Brooks. Find more of their music on Spotify, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiXGreNzG-c
Wait, Vera's afraid of dogs? Since when? At least Angelo gets a hug out of it. We apologize for Emily sounding like she's at the bottom of a well this week; her local audio file was lost and we had to use the backup Skype recording. Next week will be back to our usual audio quality.  Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Deep Red and their song, "Over and Gone." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://deepredtx.bandcamp.com/ CONTENT WARNING: abuse mention
Erica and Emily finally draw the saga of Brooke Erins and Nicholas McHenry to a close. Find out what Roy's been up to, meet the sinister Creators, and see how this thrilling story ends! Thanks for joining us on this incredible (and very confusing) journey. Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from an underground music artist at the end. If you're in a band and want to get on the show, send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the band Magic Sword and their song "Awakening." Find their music on Bandcamp at https://magic-sword.bandcamp.com/
Nicholas McHenry continues in his quest to protect Brooke from the Creators by.... letting her live her life totally normally and taking her on a date to the art museum. Wait, weren't they supposed to be on the run by now? Despite all this, a heartfelt confession is made.  Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from an underground music artist at the end. If you're in a band and want to get on the show, send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the song "The World's Gone Under" by the band The Doubted off of their new EP, Rest. Find their music on iTunes and Spotify or follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/thedoubtedmusic/about/
Luke McHenry returns from his month long exile, and he and Brooke get "the talk." Brandon is a bad boy with glowing eyes. Rachel is there, too. There was a tornado watch at Erica's house when we recorded this, so enjoy the ambient rain and thunder! Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network, join the network discord, and enter giveaways at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Molly Healy and her song, "Hey Mama." Be sure to check out more of her music at https://mollyhealey.bandcamp.com. CONTENT WARNING: emotional abuse, gaslighting, violence
Today our good friend Tessa Valleroy holds Emily and Erica hostage as they read a magical story they wrote in high school. Hold on, folks - this one goes from zero to 100 real quick. Tessa is the DM and host for the Within the Waves podcast. Find their work wherever podcasts are found or follow them on twitter @ValleroyT Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Teenage Aviation and their song, "Romeo Submarine." Be sure to check out more of their music at https://teenageaviation.bandcamp.com  CONTENT WARNING: gun violence, sexual content
Emily and Erica explore a brand new story that Erica wrote in 7th grade. They also review their "dark ages," where they were both furries and not speaking to one another for an entire year. What is the new story about, you ask? Well, Brooke is just a normal girl from New York, going to school in a small town...except her father is dead and her mother gave her up for adoption. Nicholas is a bad boy with a secret... and maybe a magical house? Join Erica and Emily as they try to make it through a single sentence without laughing. Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from a little known music artist at the end. If you're in a band (or know someone in a band), send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the song "Release of Pressure" by Dave Monks. Find more of his music at http://dizziedogg.simplesite.com/
Iceclaw and the gang are still on their journey to save their forest, meeting a menagerie of new creatures along the way. Erica and Emily speculate if anyone in this book knows what any other creature besides a wolf is, as well as the credibility of cats with PhDs. Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from a little known music artist at the end. If you're in a band (or know someone in a band), send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features music from Mangosteen, a band from Columbia, Missouri. The outtro song, "Space Booty", can be found on iTunes and their Spotify. Thank you Mangosteen!
What happens when Brooke and Roy move in with the McHenrys? When will Luke tell Brooke the truth? Who the hell is Logan? Emily peer pressures Erica into reading a bad poem and a teenage interpretation of the historical MLK is narrowly avoided. Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network, join the network discord, and enter giveaways at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Ana Lete and her song, "Footsteps." Be sure to check out more of her music at https://analete.bandcamp.com, including her new album, Eternal Hibernation! CONTENT WARNING: relationship issues, gaslighting
Rewritten takes a dark turn after Brooke Erins' untimely death. Emily and Erica try to make light of a vicious gladiator fight and a questionable scene of the biblical heaven. Erica cries real tears. Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network, join the network discord, and enter giveaways at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Jesse Blake Rundle and their song, "The Emperor of Ice-Cream" Be sure to check out more of their music at https://jesseblakerundle.bandcamp.com/ CONTENT WARNING: character death, blood, violence, suicidal ideation, depression, religious themes, drug use
Vera and Angelo grill Carla Bedente about her dead husband and Emily melts into a puddle of embarrassment. Then they close the book on Where I Walk and speculate how it could have ended. Thanks for joining us on this crazy adventure! Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Transcendence and their song, "Take Control." Be sure to check out more of their music at https://transcendencetx.bandcamp.com/ CONTENT WARNING: violence, blood, death
Emily and Erica are two best friends doing dramatic readings of their old, embarrassing writing from their childhoods. The pilot episode features The Quest: A Story of Friendship, which they wrote together in 5th grade. Get ready for a lot of Warrior Cats references.  Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from a little known music artist at the end. If you're in a band (or know someone in a band), send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features music from Mangosteen, a band from Columbia, Missouri. The intro song, "She's a Lady", and the outtro song, "Moonlight", can be found on iTunes and their Spotify. Thank you Mangosteen!
Our hosts dive into a brand new world in Emily's seventh grade story. Follow Allen, an optimistic squirrel, and Cera, a clever sparrow, as they navigate the secret war between their species. There's a lot of talk about bird sex in this one, folks. Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network, join the network discord, and enter giveaways at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Andy Gartrell and his song, "Now & Then" Be sure to check out more of his music at https://andygartrell.com/ CONTENT WARNING: sexual content
Reunited and it feels so good! Emily and Erica are recording in the SAME LOCATION for the first time in the podcast's history! For that, we apologize for excessive silliness and a bit of echo in the audio. Our boy Angelo shows a bit of a temper for the first time, Vera struggles to saddle a horse, and a bureaucrat is killed. CONTENT WARNING: minor character death Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Community Sadness and their song, "Rude." Find more of their music on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever music is found!
In our penultimate reading of Where I Walk, Vera and Angelo decide to crash a funeral. What could possibly go wrong? Emily and Erica sing a lot in this one. Content warnings at the bottom of the episode description. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Ian Chang and his song, "舞狮 Lion Dance." Be sure to check out more of his music at https://ianyhchang.bandcamp.com/ and keep an eye out for his new album, "属 Belonging," coming out April 24! CONTENT WARNING: death mention, abuse mention
Dive a wooden stake right in the heart of Joe's vampire thriller from his eighth grade year! Emily, Erica, and their guest speculate the validity of a vampire Jesus, keep a body count, and make fun of messages in blood that are entirely too long. Thanks for the laughs, Joe!  CONTENT WARNING: for excessive gore and character death in fiction. Joe Richter hosts the Hindsightless Podcast and is the GM for the Weal or Woe podcast. Find his work wherever podcasts are found and learn more about the Weal or Woe world at wealorwoe.com. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by The Honey Shivers and their song, "Preconceived Notions of a Postmodern World." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://thehoneyshivers.bandcamp.com/
Our story follows Angelo, the beautiful idiot, and Vera, the beautiful meanie, as they travel to Venice together. One of them gets shot in the arm, but Emily and Erica can only think about starting a product line of lube, for some reason. CONTENT WARNING: violence, minor character death. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Melacrusin and their song, "Something Special." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://melacrusin.bandcamp.com/
We reach the end of our time traveling journey and Luke's situation just gets that much bleaker. Emily and Erica speculate on how the story would end and try to fill plot holes so big you could drive a truck through them. This episode gets heavy, so please pay attention to the content warnings this week. As an indie podcast, we don’t have a lot of funds, but we do have a small platform we can use to make change for the better. For the foreseeable future, Grow Out Of It will be creating short, fun, personalized audio clips for any of our listeners who donate to Black Lives Matter. Send us a screenshot of your donation receipt to our twitter, instagram, or our email at  growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com. Emily and Erica will then send you a short, silly thank you that you can play over and over when you go to sleep at night. Or just listen to and know you did some good in this world. Either way. We know we usually tend to stay on the humorous side of things, but we cannot stand idly by while injustices are being done to the black community. Please donate; every little bit helps. https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ms_blm_homepage_2019 Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network, join the network discord, and enter giveaways at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Izabel Crane and her song, "Funeral." Be sure to check out more of her music at https://izabelcrane.bandcamp.com/  CONTENT WARNING: drug use, hallucinations, character death, depression, religious themes, gore, discussion of suicide
Embark with Emily and Erica on a new adventure into Renaissance Italy, where we meet the world's dumbest teenage boy and the cold-blooded killer who saves his life. Emily wrote this in junior high school and totally did NOT rip it off from all the Assassin's Creed games she was playing at the time. CONTENT WARNING: violence, character death. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by St. Terrible and their song, "Cosmic Nothings." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://stterrible.bandcamp.com/
This thieve's den ain't big enough fer the two of us! Having arrived in Venice, Vera and Angelo run into a character from Vera's past and the story suddenly... turns into a Western for some reason? Vera's nightmares scare everyone in this episode. CONTENT WARNING: rape mention, graphic violence Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Ealdor Bealu and their song, "Isolation." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://ealdorbealu.bandcamp.com/
This week we uncover more secrets about Nicholas McHenry's nature as a Guardian. Emily is a little sick in this one (sorry about that), but it doesn't stop her from lecturing a fictional character written by a 13 year old about the importance of consent. Also, what's Roy's deal? Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from an underground music artist at the end. If you're in a band and want to get on the show, send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the song "let me in" by the band empty suits. They are located in Boise, ID and you can find their music on their bandcamp at https://emptysuits.bandcamp.com/releases
Emily and Erica meet more of Nicholas' family, uncover the origin of that weird necklace, and recall their own romantic teenage years. Luxuriate in the dulcet tones of Erica's character voice for Rachel while Emily cackles.  Want to feature your old, embarrassing creative work on their show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Each episode will also feature a song from an underground music artist at the end. If you're in a band (or know someone in a band) and want to be on the show, send a track to growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com This episode features the song "Alone" by the melodic progressive rock band, Echoes of Giants. Find more of their music on their website at https://www.echoesofgiants.com/
Angelo uncovers the truth about why Vera hates Silvio so much. Vera muses about how Angelo and Silvio are so different from one another. Emily and Erica wonder why there are so many blonde people in Renaissance Italy. Cultural demographics? We don't know her. Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Street Fever and their song, "Resistor." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://streetfever.bandcamp.com/
Emily and Erica unpack a grudge their high school selves held against a harmless acquaintance they shared. Coincidentally, this same person shows up in Where I Walk as a character. How do Vera and Angelo react to poor, nosy Rachele? Tune in and find out! Want to feature your work on the show? Email growoutofitpodcast@gmail.com for details. Grow Out Of It is a proud member of the Necropodicon Network. Check out all the other shows on the network or join the network discord at www.necropodicon.com.  This episode features music by Lord Lovidicus and their song, "Aurum II: The Eternal Spring." Find more of their music on Bandcamp at https://lordlovidicus.bandcamp.com/
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Podcast Details

Started
Aug 16th, 2019
Latest Episode
Mar 29th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
22
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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