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Oddities is a program that began in New York, but has such popularity that another Oddities show, based out of San Francisco, was produced. Oddities is a reality program that is based out of a specialty shop called "Loved to Death" which features unusual and somewhat disconcerting items.

From the merchandise to the stars, there is a lot to take in. Wednesday Mourning, Audra Kunkle, and Korri Sabatini head up the personalities that go on adventures into the macabre or out of the ordinary to seek out unique items for their clients. They also have a storefront that they sell out of.

Much like their Manhattan sister, "Loved to Death" provides an interesting look at the history of the United States and Europe through devices and unusual products. Some of the items are human in origin, such as kidney stones or skulls and skeletons, while other items are designed for a specific purpose.

It would not be unusual to find a straight jacket or a piece of medical equipment that was used during the middle ages. Steam punk enthusiasts, "freak show" performers, and other bizarre characters frequent the shop looking for the next one-of-a-kind item to include in their shows or performances.

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Saturday 9:00 PM et/pt on Science Channel
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes - Currently Airing
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Oddities: San Francisco Full Episode Guide

  • Kari Byron from Mythbusters stops into Loved to Death, with a special request of a skeletal nature. Wednesday helps a woman looking to add to her vintage fetish collection and researches a model of the solar system with some help from The Urban Astronome

  • Wednesday and Audra head to Vallejo, Cal., to look for steampunk items and attend an "Alice in Wonderland"-theme parade; Lincoln meets a kung-fu vampire.

  • Wednesday examines robots for identical twins and encounters a builder whose robots are named Darwin and Schizoid. At Loved To Death, Audra checks out a quack hair growth device and Lincoln meets someone who makes music using an unusual body part.

  • At Loved to Death, a biker who has an odor problem comes in with one of the strangest requests yet. Wednesday shows off a mechanical hand to someone who had a bad time at Burning Man. Later Lincoln meets someone looking to sell an ancient Peruvian skull

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