Max and Corinne are joined in the studio by the ATF patrons for an unflinching discussion of topics ranging from Troyzan’s Green Monster to Corinne’s Tinder near-miss with a notorious adult film star to the minimum net worth required before it’s OK to ask someone to peg you.
Corinne finally received her bottle of Syndrex and now she’s all sorts of fired up to leave a five-star review on Amazon. Max tells Corinne about losing his mind on an edible while hanging out with Aubry. A meet up with Joe and Sierra in Vegas prompts Corinne to reminisce on the first time she was read her Miranda rights and punching out one of the most-hated celebrities of all time. It’s family visit time on Survivor, which reminds Corinne of the story of when a fellow castaway’s soon-to-be fiancé put the moves on her brother during the flight to Gabon. Max convinces Corinne to bust out her swimsuit modeling pics from her college days, prompting a debate over whose nudes would fetch a higher price. Survivor With All The Fixins: just a couple of Gews doing a podcast.
Amelia Bedelia goes to Stagecoach and manages to blow it with her crush Brock O’Hearn and her all-time favorite country artist Tyler Farr. A package containing banned diet pills goes missing from Corinne's mail room, prompting her to place a call to a federal law enforcement agency. She then goes ten rounds with customer service rep/pusher “Brian G.” in what might just be the single greatest “Can I Speak To A Manager” story of all time. Max and Corinne grab a chimichanga to go and hop aboard the Plus Bus for a trip to Nebraska where some WOPs are changing lives. Meanwhile, up in North Dakota Winter Television is ripping out weaves and waking up Jack and Clayton to teach them about why doors are constricting. Feeling thirsty? Max and Corinne sip some tea, pop a few Syndrex, and resolve to get to the bottom of Andrea’s and Zeke’s in-game rivalry once and for all. All The Fixins: It’s a group of people that, like, do a thing.
"Where Did Aubry Bracco Go" song parody courtesy of Tyler Jacob Jones.
Max and Corinne are joined by the original Dolly In the Cage for a podcast that can only be described as a series of uncomfortable situations. There’s lots of Survivor gossip to cover: Joe and Kelly are stripping down and getting painted in the name of Mana. Game Changer Michaela Bradshaw is aggressively pursuing fans to join her vacation club pyramid scheme. And Billy Garcia is attending a charity event. Matt Donnelly stops by for the voicemails and performs a forensic analysis on Rodney’s and Victor’s latest shirtless photos. Alcohol is consumed, old wounds are reopened, and everything eventually goes to shit. Warning: the last half hour or so contains some of the most excruciatingly uncomfortable moments in ATF history.
Max and Corinne are back to discuss the biggest and most controversial story in reality TV today: ATF's banning from the Reality Rally charity event. Oh yeah, and there was also that other thing that happened on Survivor this week. Max and Corinne debate whether or not SEG and CBS should have - or even could have - intervened to protect the Survivor castaways. Corinne's Best Friend Matt Donnelly of The Wrap joins for the voicemails.
Max’s 40th is coming, and Corinne has a very special gift for him. Corinne spent the weekend with her friends on the world champion Cleveland Cavaliers, met her #1 NBA heartthrob, and attended a private Dave Chapelle set but still manages to Amelia Bedelia Richard Jefferson’s podcast. To get her mind off things she “Heyyyyyyyys” the entire starting lineup of the Los Angeles Kings and commits casual libel against “Kristina” Yamaguchi. During the voicemails we learn that Corinne’s inner child has fetal alcohol syndrome and that she once chose an appearance in Page 6 over a 3 year relationship. Max and Corinne go deep on a subject that is near and dear to both of their hearts: long distance relationships.
Corinne plays her old hosting demo reel for Max and gives us a terrifying glimpse into how terrible the podcast would be if he weren’t involved. At a star-studded Hollywood party Corinne met Super Bowl MVP Von Miller of the Denver Broncos, who just happens to be Project Lindsey’s biggest celebrity crush. She may have invited him to Stagecoach, which is basically like bringing black sand to the volcanic beach. As Survivor’s foremost expert on animal abuse Corinne has a lot to say about the Game Changers goat controversy. No surprises here: she would have killed the goat. Max unpacks the Dirty 30’s dirty laundry and gets to the bottom of the Hali and Sierra situation. In the voicemails segment one listener needs help winning back an ex who says “I have to go wee wee now” and Big Brother champ Ian Terry has a dating dilemma.
Corinne reunites with the Serb in Utah and, to paraphrase Summer Reading, it wasn’t good. Apparently Corinne’s not the only Survivor castaway whose number is in his phone. While Corinne was yelling at the Serb Max was watching the Game Changers premier with Hali and the other LA Survivors. Max & Corinne agree that Hali and Sierra Dawn Thomas are easy tens, but the rest of the Game Changers got old and fat. World-renowned Survivor strategy expert Summer Reading is back with his unique take on episodes 1 and 2, and SurvivorATF All Stars Winter Television and MirIAm call in to answer Brandon Hantz’s eternal question: What is love? All that, plus your voicemails.
Corinne opens the show with a three-part dating update: Electronic Skateboard went gay. The Personal Trainer went Dutch. And a brand new German went batshit crazy. Kaoh Rong castaway Scot Pollard calls in to discuss the disparaging remarks Tai Trang made about him and his fellow Brawn Tribe member Kyle Jason during his Game Changers preseason interviews. Scot also has some choice words for host Jeff Probst on the subject of bitter juries. Brandon Hantz is single again and wants to know what is love, while Winter Television has some encouraging words for the youth of America. Corinne debuts her new fad diet, the Moron Cleanse, and shares her newest scam: fake business cards.