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Don’t Stop Believin’ – The Devil’s Advocates Finale, Episode 200 The Devil's Advocates Show

    • Comedy

Over the course of 200 episodes, I have been writing these show descriptions and doing the artwork each week. It often occurred to me that it was a pointless endeavor, that very few people see this or even care. However, I enjoyed doing it, especially the artwork, and hopefully at least a few people saw it and enjoyed it. I wrote these descriptions as if I were some intern listening to the show, but I'm guessing anyone who actually read these figured out it was just me, Ben. I liked to pretend like I was some employee of the show, because it made the writing easier and more interesting. I could pepper in additional jokes or insults that might've seemed out of character for me. Why am I telling you this? Because it's the last episode! No need to hide behind the curtain now.



So, the last episode. How do you end a podcast that's been running every week without fail for 4 years? It wasn't easy. The reasons for this decision are in the episode, so give it a listen, but rest assured we made the finale a celebration, not a funeral. Rape, stupid choices, Trump, and one final embarrassing childhood story await you in this two hour podcast finale. The sad sappy stuff is kept mostly at bat. Mostly.



This will be the last time you read my words, so let me say that it's been an honor to talk to you each week. I hope once in while in your old age you remember something funny or interesting from the show. If you do, then know that somewhere, I am happy and grateful. Bye for now, kids.

Over the course of 200 episodes, I have been writing these show descriptions and doing the artwork each week. It often occurred to me that it was a pointless endeavor, that very few people see this or even care. However, I enjoyed doing it, especially the artwork, and hopefully at least a few people saw it and enjoyed it. I wrote these descriptions as if I were some intern listening to the show, but I'm guessing anyone who actually read these figured out it was just me, Ben. I liked to pretend like I was some employee of the show, because it made the writing easier and more interesting. I could pepper in additional jokes or insults that might've seemed out of character for me. Why am I telling you this? Because it's the last episode! No need to hide behind the curtain now.



So, the last episode. How do you end a podcast that's been running every week without fail for 4 years? It wasn't easy. The reasons for this decision are in the episode, so give it a listen, but rest assured we made the finale a celebration, not a funeral. Rape, stupid choices, Trump, and one final embarrassing childhood story await you in this two hour podcast finale. The sad sappy stuff is kept mostly at bat. Mostly.



This will be the last time you read my words, so let me say that it's been an honor to talk to you each week. I hope once in while in your old age you remember something funny or interesting from the show. If you do, then know that somewhere, I am happy and grateful. Bye for now, kids.

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