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%% * Bowdlerized: McKayla had to do this while reading one case, very much emphasizing that the enemy soldiers should be referred to as “Japanese” and not whatever racist terms that was in there.

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%% * Bowdlerized: McKayla [=McKayla=] had to do this while reading one case, very much emphasizing that the enemy soldiers should be referred to as “Japanese” and not whatever racist terms that was in there.



* FramingDevice: A good portion of the series is McKayla recording herself as she reads cold cases, commenting on them and trying to reason what may have happened. In the second season, she still records everything but her friends are aware of it, more or less.

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* FramingDevice: A good portion of the series is McKayla [=McKayla=] recording herself as she reads cold cases, commenting on them and trying to reason what may have happened. In the second season, she still records everything but her friends are aware of it, more or less.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: McKayla can a bit abrasive and has a habit of ignoring her loved ones, but she does care about people.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: McKayla [=McKayla=] can a bit abrasive and has a habit of ignoring her loved ones, but she does care about people.


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* BenevolentMonster: [[spoiler: The director is the Mothman, and is a pretty good guy.]]
* Bowdlerized: McKayla had to do this while reading one case, very much emphasizing that the enemy soldiers should be referred to as “Japanese” and not whatever racist terms that was in there.
* BullyingADragon: There are some cases with people thinking it’s a good idea to fight a cryptid or try to enslave it. It never ends well with them.
* EvilCounterpart: [[spoiler: The Aquarium is shaping up to be this to th3 Zoo, with the Administrator purposely driving her employees to madness and physically abusing them and abusing the cryptids for military research.]]

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* BenevolentMonster: [[spoiler: The director is the Mothman, and is a pretty good guy.]]
%% * Bowdlerized: McKayla had to do this while reading one case, very much emphasizing that the enemy soldiers should be referred to as “Japanese” and not whatever racist terms that was in there.
* BullyingADragon: There are some cases with people thinking it’s it's a good idea to fight a cryptid or try to enslave it. It never ends well with them.
%% * EvilCounterpart: [[spoiler: The Aquarium is shaping up to be this to th3 Zoo, with the Administrator purposely driving her employees to madness and physically abusing them and abusing the cryptids for military research.]]



* GossipyHens: The news of McKayla’s interest in “weird cases” has reached to the Chicago branch. According to her, you can’t keep a secret in the FBI because it’s filled with ‘Chatty Cathys.’
* InfantImmortality: Averted hard. There are at least three cases where teenagers and children are ‘missing,’ never to found again[[spoiler: They were eaten by cryptids.]]
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: McKayla can a bit ...abrasive and has a habit of ignoring her loved ones, but she does care about people. [[spoiler: Turns out, for all it’s shady and dreadful reputation, the Zoo is also this. It’s mission is protecting cryptids and humans.]]
* TheMasquerade: Sort of. A lot of people have visited the Zoo. There are FBI files about it.[[spoiler: Walt Disney actually help build it. ]]But no one reveals it.
* NoodleIncident: Episode 7 ‘Dear Director’ is this. How did an elderly man managed to trick Margaret Thatcher, the Nazi and President Nixon!?
* TeensAreMonsters: Averted on McKayla’s part. While some cases dismissed missing teenagers being delinquents, McKayla cannot believe the blase attitude.
* TownWithADarkSecret: The Missouri town from the first episode has been letting a Devil’s Snare eat teenagers, thinking it’s necessary. It wasn’t.
* TwoLines,NoWaiting: [[spoiler: Season 2 splits between McKayla working at the Zoo and Agent Beckett investigating her disappearance.]]
* WhamEpisode: [[spoiler: The first season finale has McKayla finally meet the Mothman, learn the truth of the Zoo and accept a job there.]]
** [[spoiler: Season 2 Episode 10 ‘The Ocean is a Harsh Mistress’ ends with McKayla and Siobhan learning the Aquarium’s dark secrets but is too late to stop the Mothman from accepting a partnership with the Administrator.]]

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* GossipyHens: The news of McKayla’s [=McKayla=]'s interest in “weird cases” "weird cases" has reached to the Chicago branch. According to her, you can’t can't keep a secret in the FBI because it’s it's filled with ‘Chatty Cathys.’
* InfantImmortality: Averted hard. There are at least three cases where teenagers and children are ‘missing,’ never to found again[[spoiler: They were eaten by cryptids.]]
'Chatty Cathys'.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: McKayla can a bit ...bit abrasive and has a habit of ignoring her loved ones, but she does care about people. [[spoiler: people.
%% **[[spoiler:
Turns out, for all it’s it's shady and dreadful reputation, the Zoo is also this. It’s mission is protecting cryptids and humans.]]
* TheMasquerade: Sort of. A lot of people have visited the Zoo. There are FBI files about it.[[spoiler: Walt Disney actually help build it. ]]But no one reveals it.
* NoodleIncident: Episode 7 ‘Dear Director’ "Dear Director" is this. How did an An elderly man managed to trick Margaret Thatcher, the Nazi Nazis and President Nixon!?
* TeensAreMonsters: Averted on McKayla’s part. While some cases dismissed missing teenagers being delinquents, McKayla cannot believe
Nixon, but the blase attitude.audience doesn't know ''how'' he hid it.
* TownWithADarkSecret: The Missouri town from the first episode has been letting a Devil's Snare eat teenagers, thinking it's necessary. It wasn't.

* TownWithADarkSecret: The Missouri town from the first episode has been letting a Devil’s Snare eat teenagers, thinking it’s necessary. It wasn’t.
* TwoLines,NoWaiting:
TwoLinesNoWaiting: [[spoiler: Season 2 splits between McKayla [=McKayla=] working at the Zoo and Agent Beckett investigating her disappearance.]]
%% * WhamEpisode: [[spoiler: WhamEpisode:
%% **[[spoiler:
The first season finale has McKayla [=McKayla=] finally meet the Mothman, learn the truth of the Zoo and accept a job there.]]
%% ** [[spoiler: Season 2 Episode 10 ‘The "The Ocean is a Harsh Mistress’ Mistress" ends with McKayla [=McKayla=] and Siobhan learning the Aquarium’s dark secrets but is too late to stop the Mothman from accepting a partnership with the Administrator.]]


* WhamEpisode: [[Spoiler: The first season finale has McKayla finally meet the Mothman, learn the truth of the Zoo and accept a job there.]]

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* WhamEpisode: [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: The first season finale has McKayla finally meet the Mothman, learn the truth of the Zoo and accept a job there.]]


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* WhamEpisode: [[Spoiler: The first season finale has McKayla finally meet the Mothman, learn the truth of the Zoo and accept a job there.]]
**[[spoiler: Season 2 Episode 10 ‘The Ocean is a Harsh Mistress’ ends with McKayla and Siobhan learning the Aquarium’s dark secrets but is too late to stop the Mothman from accepting a partnership with the Administrator.]]

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*InfantImmortality: Averted hard. There are at least three cases where teenagers and children are ‘missing,’ never to found again[[spoiler: They were eaten by cryptids.]]
*JerkWithAHeartOfGold: McKayla can a bit ...abrasive and has a habit of ignoring her loved ones, but she does care about people. [[spoiler: Turns out, for all it’s shady and dreadful reputation, the Zoo is also this. It’s mission is protecting cryptids and humans.]]
*TheMasquerade: Sort of. A lot of people have visited the Zoo. There are FBI files about it.[[spoiler: Walt Disney actually help build it. ]]But no one reveals it.
*NoodleIncident: Episode 7 ‘Dear Director’ is this. How did an elderly man managed to trick Margaret Thatcher, the Nazi and President Nixon!?
*TeensAreMonsters: Averted on McKayla’s part. While some cases dismissed missing teenagers being delinquents, McKayla cannot believe the blase attitude.
*TownWithADarkSecret: The Missouri town from the first episode has been letting a Devil’s Snare eat teenagers, thinking it’s necessary. It wasn’t.
*TwoLines,NoWaiting: [[spoiler: Season 2 splits between McKayla working at the Zoo and Agent Beckett investigating her disappearance.]]
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*BenevolentMonster: [[spoiler: The director is the Mothman, and is a pretty good guy.]]
*Bowdlerized: McKayla had to do this while reading one case, very much emphasizing that the enemy soldiers should be referred to as “Japanese” and not whatever racist terms that was in there.
*BullyingADragon: There are some cases with people thinking it’s a good idea to fight a cryptid or try to enslave it. It never ends well with them.
*EvilCounterpart: [[spoiler: The Aquarium is shaping up to be this to th3 Zoo, with the Administrator purposely driving her employees to madness and physically abusing them and abusing the cryptids for military research.]]
*FramingDevice: A good portion of the series is McKayla recording herself as she reads cold cases, commenting on them and trying to reason what may have happened. In the second season, she still records everything but her friends are aware of it, more or less.
*GossipyHens: The news of McKayla’s interest in “weird cases” has reached to the Chicago branch. According to her, you can’t keep a secret in the FBI because it’s filled with ‘Chatty Cathys.’


->''“ Traveling across America you may see a hand-painted sign featuring one word. If you are lucky, you will continue on wondering if something that old can refer to a thing that still exists. Unfortunately it does. You are following a sign that reads ‘Zoo’''
-->-- '''OpeningNarration'''

‘Zoo’ is an ongoing podcast audio drama that premiered on September 17, 2018 with the second season starting on April 15, 2019. creators are Coni Kitts, CJ Housh, and Codi Phillips, with music by Nathan Gandy. Coni Kitts also portrays main character McKayla Kespar.

The podcast centers on FBI Agent McKayla Kespar in Cold Cases as she unravels a decades long mystery concerning strange animals, odd events surrounding missing persons, a shadowy group led by a “Red Eyed Bastard” and a sign with one word: Zoo.

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->''“ Traveling ->''"Traveling across America you may see a hand-painted sign featuring one word. If you are lucky, you will continue on wondering if something that old can refer to a thing that still exists. Unfortunately it does. You are following a sign that reads ‘Zoo’''
-->-- '''OpeningNarration'''

‘Zoo’
'Zoo'."''
-->--'''OpeningNarration'''

''Zoo''
is an ongoing podcast audio drama that premiered on September 17, 2018 with the second season starting on April 15, 2019. Its creators are Coni Kitts, CJ Housh, and Codi Phillips, with music by Nathan Gandy. Coni Kitts also portrays the main character McKayla [=McKayla=] Kespar.

The podcast centers on FBI Agent McKayla [=McKayla=] Kespar in Cold Cases as she unravels a decades long mystery concerning strange animals, odd events surrounding missing persons, a shadowy group led by a “Red "Red Eyed Bastard” Bastard" and a sign with one word: Zoo.
'Zoo'.



!!This podcast provides examples of:


* AdultFear: There are a lot of missing people, especially with kids [[spoiler: and never seen again because they unfortunately encountered a hungry cryptid.]]

* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: The first season ends with McKayla joins the Zoo and Agent Beckett investigating her disappearance, even recording himself.]]

* AndNowForSomethingDifferent: After two episodes of McKayla going over FBI cold cases, Episode 3 Brrrt-Ping has a redacted FBI file, a small town newspaper column and a blog from EarlyCameo Titanium Violet.

* AssholeVictims: Averted hard by McKayla. Even when the victims are violent criminals and a domestic terrorist, she brings up that the truth about their deaths should be known.

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!!This podcast provides examples of:


of the following tropes:
* AdultFear: There are a lot of missing people, especially with kids missing kids. A nightmare for any parent. [[spoiler: and They're never seen again because they unfortunately encountered a hungry cryptid.]]

]]
* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: The first season ends with McKayla joins [=McKayla=] joining the Zoo and Agent Beckett investigating her disappearance, even recording himself.]]

]]
* AndNowForSomethingDifferent: AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: After two episodes of McKayla [=McKayla=] going over FBI FBI's cold cases, Episode 3 Brrrt-Ping "Brrrt-Ping" has a redacted FBI file, a small town newspaper column and a blog from EarlyCameo Titanium Violet.

* AssholeVictims: Averted hard by McKayla. Even when the victims are violent criminals and a domestic terrorist, she brings up that the truth about their deaths should be known.
Violet.
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The podcast centers on FBI Agent McKayla Kespar in Cold Cases as she unravels a decades long mystery concerning strange animals, odd events surrounding missing persons, a shadowy group led by a “Red Eyed Bastard” and a sign with one word: Zoo.

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The podcast centers on FBI Agent McKayla Kespar in Cold Cases as she unravels a decades long mystery concerning strange animals, odd events surrounding missing persons, a shadowy group led by a “Red Eyed Bastard” and a sign with one word: Zoo.Zoo.

The podcast has no connection to the Creator/JamesPatterson novel of the same title, or the 2015 [[Series/{{Zoo}} TV series]] based upon it.

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!!This podcast provides examples of:


* AdultFear: There are a lot of missing people, especially with kids [[spoiler: and never seen again because they unfortunately encountered a hungry cryptid.]]

*AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: The first season ends with McKayla joins the Zoo and Agent Beckett investigating her disappearance, even recording himself.]]

*AndNowForSomethingDifferent: After two episodes of McKayla going over FBI cold cases, Episode 3 Brrrt-Ping has a redacted FBI file, a small town newspaper column and a blog from EarlyCameo Titanium Violet.

*AssholeVictims: Averted hard by McKayla. Even when the victims are violent criminals and a domestic terrorist, she brings up that the truth about their deaths should be known.

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->''“ Traveling across America you may see a hand-painted sign featuring one word. If you are lucky, you will continue on wondering if something that old can refer to a thing that still exists. Unfortunately it does. You are following a sign that reads ‘Zoo’''
-->-- '''OpeningNarration'''

‘Zoo’ is an ongoing podcast audio drama that premiered on September 17, 2018 with the second season starting on April 15, 2019. creators are Coni Kitts, CJ Housh, and Codi Phillips, with music by Nathan Gandy. Coni Kitts also portrays main character McKayla Kespar.

The podcast centers on FBI Agent McKayla Kespar in Cold Cases as she unravels a decades long mystery concerning strange animals, odd events surrounding missing persons, a shadowy group led by a “Red Eyed Bastard” and a sign with one word: Zoo.

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