Episode: Health Care with Rainn Wilson


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Health Care with Rainn Wilson

Hot Dog Fingers! The Health Care episode is here! The Ladies kick things off with some Fast Facts, Pam Sass, and Jenna's 'Sounds of Scranton' soundtrack. Then, the Lion himself, Rainn Wilson (Metaphysical Milkshake Podcast), calls in to discuss this Dwight-centric episode. Rainn reminisces about listing all the fake diseases (Count Choculitis) and being a new dad during the filming of this episode. 


Check out Rainn Wilson and Reza Aslan's new podcast, Metaphysical Milkshake here 

https://soulpancake.com/portfolio_page/metaphysical-milkshake/



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