Episode 24 – After Dark with Riley Andresen and Zack Andresen and more

For the twenty-fourth episode of Fleshing It In, Jon starts by sitting down with friends of the podcast, Riley Andresen and Zack Andresen, and is later joined by Hailey Andresen, Kayla Hetherington and Chad Hetherington. Not only is this the first episode with multiple guests, it is also the first one ever recorded outside, all with only two microphones. The gang talks about their different views on the after-life, trail and error when it comes to dieting, different ways of journaling and being the Lebron James of embalming old ladies.

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Episode 23 – Expected Death with Matt Reinsant

For the twenty-third episode of Fleshing It In, Jon sits down with friend of the podcast, Matt Reinsant, to discuss death, amongst other things. Matt talks about his recent experiences with death and how he definitely wants to be buried when he dies. Jon and his guest also discuss spending tons of time at a college they ever attended and how hospice care works.

Episode 21 – Escalator Death with Sebastian Stone

For the twenty-first episode of Fleshing It In, Jon sits down with friend of the podcast, Sebastian Stone, to discuss death, amongst other things. Sebby talks about near-death experiences and wanting to live forever. Jon and his guest also discuss buckling up, getting high from exercising, and of course, escalator death. We also play a dead celeb name game with past guest of the podcast, Justin Kerins.

Episode 15 – A Brand New Type of Discussion

For the fifteenth episode of Fleshing It In, Jon sits down with friends of the podcast, Justin Kerins, Albe Larson, and Dimitri Sitze, to discuss Brand New, amongst other things. As a departure from the show’s normal format and on the heels of the release of Brand New’s latest release Science Fiction, Jon and his guests talk about how they’ve been following Brand New since their formative years, the band’s evolution and their cryptic marketing schemes. Death comes up every once in a while, but sometimes it’s nice to ramble on about emo bands instead of how we want to die.