December 15, 2020
EP. 179 — A Very Accurate Hanukkah: 8 Crazy Brothers with Rachel Bloom
Shalom! The miraculous Rachel Bloom (I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) is back and joins Zach and Jess (along with Scott and Brett) for the first Hanukkah episode of Off Book! Listen as they proudly present classics like “On a Mission to Destroy Tradition,” “You’re The Shammash,” and “No, No, No, I Think We Might Be Wrong.”
January 5, 2021
EP. 182 — Basketball Courting The Musical with Sam Martin
Guest Samantha Martin
Today begins with a special message from Zach and Jess as they celebrate their very last show on Earwolf. (Have no fear, the show has a big ol’ bright future that they’ll tell you more about next week!) This week guest Sam Martin (Danger Force, Henry Danger) joins the family band as they present the smash-hit Basketball Courting The Musical. With unforgettable numbers like Basketball Appropriate Little Lunches, Denise Might Be The Worst in Some Ways, I Totes Wanna Get That Brand New Tote, and The Main Thing Is It Doesn’t Matter!
December 29, 2020
EP. 181 — Soul Trip the Musical with Mary Sohn
Guest Mary Sohn
This week Zach and Jess are going to try something new. They’re going to just have fun out there AND give it all they’ve got with fan-favorite Mary Sohn! (A.P. Bio, Work in Progress) Together, Zach, Jess, Scott, Brett and Mary proudly present Soul Trip the Musical! Enjoy instant classics like Ghost Roadtrip, Anything Can Go Into A Soup As Long as It Ends Up Brown, Can We Suggest Spiritually That Hannah Pull The Fire Alarm, and of course Why Did I Assume? We Could Go To That Abandoned Zoo!
December 22, 2020
EP. 180 — Visions of Sugar Plums Danced in Their Radioheads with Paul F. Tompkins and Nicole Parker
Ho! Ho! Hello! All-stars Paul F. Tompkins and Nicole Parker of The Neighborhood Listen are back and join Zach and Jess (along with Scott and Brett) to continue a very merry OFF Book tradition! Listen as they proudly present classics like “Lay Down,” “Page Me If You’re Out There,” and “Movie Mercials, Leave Our Songs Alone.”