95 episodes

If the little angel and devil from your shoulders ever hung out without you and made a podcast, this is probably what it would sound like. Equal parts wholesome and horrific, Mormon and the Meth-head is about one unlikely friendship.
Jessa and Aaron have led two completely different lives. While Aaron was stopping strangers on the streets of Milan to teach them about Joseph Smith, Jessa was teaching dudes how to keister meth while blowing them in Arby's bathrooms across Portland.
But as Aaron lets go of his strict Mormon lifestyle and begins his descent into the depravity of the secular world, Jessa acts as his ferryman, telling him about disgusting, hedonistic things he never could have imagined, like "butt stuff" and "coffee." And Aaron returns the favor, helping Jessa navigate new and foreign social situations like "accepting hugs from loved ones" and "having loved ones."
In their respective routines, they each tackle the topics of love, sex, drugs, and alcohol, but with polar opposite perspectives. Audiences get to see their world through Aaron's naive, innocent eyes as well as through Jessa's bleary, bloodshot ones.

Mormon and the Meth-Head Aaron Woodall Jessa Reed

    • Comedy
    • 4.8, 800 Ratings

If the little angel and devil from your shoulders ever hung out without you and made a podcast, this is probably what it would sound like. Equal parts wholesome and horrific, Mormon and the Meth-head is about one unlikely friendship.
Jessa and Aaron have led two completely different lives. While Aaron was stopping strangers on the streets of Milan to teach them about Joseph Smith, Jessa was teaching dudes how to keister meth while blowing them in Arby's bathrooms across Portland.
But as Aaron lets go of his strict Mormon lifestyle and begins his descent into the depravity of the secular world, Jessa acts as his ferryman, telling him about disgusting, hedonistic things he never could have imagined, like "butt stuff" and "coffee." And Aaron returns the favor, helping Jessa navigate new and foreign social situations like "accepting hugs from loved ones" and "having loved ones."
In their respective routines, they each tackle the topics of love, sex, drugs, and alcohol, but with polar opposite perspectives. Audiences get to see their world through Aaron's naive, innocent eyes as well as through Jessa's bleary, bloodshot ones.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
800 Ratings

800 Ratings

LeslieAnne:] ,

We’re all friends here

If you heard the theme song as “Aaron Woodall and Jessa Reed, our friends” instead of “are friends,” for 27 episodes and then realized you were wrong and got immediately embarrassed, you are not alone. I mean, probably. I can’t relate.

Kelceylyn ,

Love this podcast!!!

I absolutely love this podcast!! It brightens my day with laughter. I’ve battled with depression off and on my whole life and more recently PPD and NICU PTSD and listening to this podcast helps me so much I can’t explain in words exactly how. I listen to it in the car on the way to work(after I drop my 18 month old daughter off) at work, and while doing other random crap around my house. As an Ex-Mormon myself I love seeing the links made between Mormonism and Alien School. Right now I’m only 35 episodes in, so I can’t wait to see how their relationship/thingy develops and evolves.

*%Pooky%* ,

The Mormon and the Meth-Head

This is a fantastic podcast. The extent to which these two individuals explore their vulnerabilities, histories, and lives is amazing. They are both good talkers and they have meaty things to talk about.

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