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[07/31/13 - 11:28 AM]
Original, Outrageous and Always Odd: All New Season of "Oddities: San Francisco" Premieres on Science Channel This Saturday, August 3rd at 9PM
The store's colorful owner Audra, and her employee Wednesday, are joined by newcomer Lincoln to take on the eclectic customers and bizarre antiques that enter the Haight Street haven.

[via press release from Science]

ORIGINAL, OUTRAGEOUS AND ALWAYS ODD: ALL NEW SEASON OF "ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO" PREMIERES ON SCIENCE CHANNEL THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 3RD AT 9PM

-- All new season of the spin off series ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO airing every Saturday at 9PM ET/PT throughout the summer--

The eccentric antique shop, Loved to Death opens its doors to Science Channel for a second season of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO. The store's colorful owner Audra, and her employee Wednesday, are joined by newcomer Lincoln to take on the eclectic customers and bizarre antiques that enter the Haight Street haven. From zombie proms to singing robots, the ten brand new episodes of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO showcase the weird and wacky world of antiques.

The new season of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO premieres with two episodes! The staff hunts for the perfect accessory for the San Francisco Zombie prom in "Zombie King of Prom" 9PM (ET/PT) and when the prom ends, a new adventure begins with an odd request from a death obsessed installation artist in "Funeral Parlor Games" 9:30 PM (ET/PT). Descriptions of the premiering episodes are below:

ZOMBIE KING OF PROM

Airs on Saturday, August 3 at 9PM (ET/PT)

Audra and Wednesday are hunting down a costume accessory for the King of the San Francisco Zombie prom. When they stumble across a new collector in town they find an item that may in fact be fit for a king. Meanwhile the shop gains a new employee, Lincoln, who must help find an item to soup up a customer's "time machine" that runs on electrical impulses. Also, Audra shows off a medical antique that is sure to get a certain body part into shape and straightened out.

FUNERAL PARLOR GAMES

Airs on Saturday, August 3 at 9PM (ET/PT)

At Loved to Death Wednesday gets a request from an installation artist who has a death obsession. Her hunt takes her to the City of Souls, and the home of an artist who relishes making people want to vomit. Meanwhile, Audra has her hands full when a customer stops by with a family heirloom that's beyond gross. Then, shop regular David Apocalypse stops by Loved to Death with a mutated skull and a bird that may be the genetic link to dinosaurs.





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