Oh No Ross and Carrie
Summary: Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life's biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to.
Ross and Carrie watch a group of self-proclaimed patriots meet on Jekyll Island, Georgia, to discuss what they see as the greatest coverup of our time: a contrived pandemic used to destroy American liberties like carrying guns and rejecting masks.
Election Special 2020! Ross and Carrie get permission to vote, then review the ways ONE of the major U.S. presidential candidates has flouted science, evidence, and truth, they make the case for the other guy. You’ll never guess how this turns out.
Ross and Carrie try out the Oura ring, a wearable fitness and health tracker that purports to notice changes in your physiology before you would. Could it be the key to spotting COVID infection early? PLUS, Ross and Carrie's sleep patterns EXPLAINED!
Ross and Carrie get tea leaf readings from online psychics in order to reveal some shocking truths about their personal futures. Why does Carrie fart so much? Will Ross and Cara have any more kids? And who will win the next election?
Ross and Carrie have a gripping, emotional conversation with two former followers of spiritual leader Shakuntali Siberia. They describe a movement full of profound emotional, financial, and spiritual manipulation... and explain how they got out.
Ross and Carrie review some treatments and tests they’ve been using to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic; some FDA-approved and reasonably reliable, and some FDA-ignored and unreasonably unreliable.
Ross and Carrie spend their hard-earned money on three potions from local alchemist Swaha Ron. They test Anu Alchemy’s serums and flagship product, Ormus, for skin tightening, EMF blocking, and attracting baseballs. Plus, a phone call with Swaha Ron.
Carrie tells Ross about the second day of Girl Defined's online conference, and reviews the sisters’ book. They learn how hard modeling is, what to do when a boy asks you for sexy photos, how to control crazy girl emotions, and what exactly a map is.
Carrie attends "Girl Defined," a conference for Christian women who want to better honor God’s plan for their lives. Carrie tells Ross all she learned about femininity, and the god-given command to reject rampant feminism.
Ross and Carrie revel in a universe that has presented them with their dearest wish: an identical twin for Wim Hof. They review the studies that reveal whether Wim is special because of his habits, or his genetics, or both. Plus, an app! And a birthday!
Ross and Carrie breathe poorly until they’re lightheaded, and then spend two minutes submerged in ice-cold water, thus "boosting" their immune systems (maybe) and reducing their spiritual inflammation (definitely).
Ross and Carrie return the Wim Hof Method seminar to learn some new, surprising facts about the human body. Plus, they each show off their lung capacity by holding their breath exactly as long as Wim Hof, give or take five minutes.
Ross and Carrie dip their toes into the murky waters of the Wim Hof Method, a strategy for increasing overall health through extreme cold exposure. After reviewing the creator's official life story, they attend a special event for Wim Hof newbies.
With quarantine keeping them inside, Ross and Carrie pay some enterprising clairvoyants for their web-based "emergency psychic services." How old will Ella Poppy live to be? Will Ross have any more children? What will an interesting man bring Carrie?
Ross sits down with one of our first ONRAC guests, filmmaker Roger Nygard, to talk about his latest film and book: The Truth About Marriage. Find out how evolution and society conspired to give us marriage, and evidence-backed ways to seek companionship.