noun: 1. An audition for a play, TV show, commercial, movie, musical group, or musical at which one is asked to do something peculiar.
2. A strange addition or newcomer to a group, family, company, or organization.
At the artsy-fartsy film oddition, Cheryl was asked to lie topless on a large bed of salami while men dressed with only socks on their scrotum frolicked about her and made birdlike sounds.
Trying to fit into his new, conservative family, Joe, the left-leaning orphan, felt like an oddition to the group.