Chris and Sherrie return to help you maintain your sanity after three weeks at home. They review a few recent movies, share tips to help couples keep a healthy relationship while under quarantine, and discuss what they’ve learned about each other during this time. Plus, Sherrie asks Chris some questions before becoming the next victim of the Quarantine Questionnaire!
Chris welcomes Sherrie Bass back to CAPE, for their debut appearance as not just a couple but a couple navigating the self-quarantine. The two get into how Sherrie’s work in education has been stalled since the outbreak, how movies are going to on demand during theater closures (and what they’re willing to wait for), and how the film “Contagion” compares to what’s going on in the world today.
Multi-hyphenate musician Sean Johnson checks in with Chris, all the way from the West Coast. They talk about getting away from what’s comfortable and exploring new things during your self-quarantine, revisiting the Rocky franchise, the challenges of California’s new AB5 law and its impact on creators, and of course: Quarantine Questionnaire!
To kick off Week Two, Chris is joined by longtime cohort Ryan Taggart to tackle all manner of life in a socially distant world. They discuss surviving being trapped at home with a toddler, if love can really be blind, and how essential beer is to making it through your self quarantine.
The illustrious Jack DeFranco (The Only Podcast That Matters) returns to CAPE for some quarantine talk. Chris and Jack discuss what it’s like when you and your spouse both work from home, the status of shopping for household supplies and Jack is the first victim for the new segment Quarantine Questionnaire!
Well, this certainly wasn’t the relaunch that was intended but no need to let the Coronavirus stop the already-delayed party! Chris checks in from New Jersey and lays out plans for the show in the immediate future while the world mostly sits at home. This new episode is just the beginning!
Yes, it’s all about Ghostbusters. Chris and Sherrie talk about how they were turned on to the original classic and its spin-offs before diving into their spoiler-filled review of the 2016 film. Sherrie shares her feelings about the racism and sexism spewed at Leslie Jones, Chris explains why continuing the franchise is a good thing, and (of course) the controversy surrounding the reboot is addressed along with the losers who have rallied against it and why they’re losers. Continue reading
Chris takes this solo episode to catch up on his ranting. If you haven’t already guessed, he has a lot to say about traffic, other drivers, pedestrians, people on bicycles and tons more. He also addresses the continuing man-bun madness, the end of the term “sellout,” Richard Marx’s assessment of the music industry, and the trouble with classic rock radio. Continue reading
Filmmaker Larry Rodriguez returns to ponder the mystery of keeping the creative spark lit. He and Chris talk about breaking through their creative roadblocks, how to define success, why everyone is on the lookout for talent and why it’s perfectly fine to work inside the box. Continue reading
With the new series The Guide To Life now launched, Chris finishes his chats with the co-creators of The Only Podcast That Matters by having a talk with Jack. They discuss movies (again), the best parts of the 80’s (again), how their friendship was forged at work, Jack’s initiation into the group and how everything on and off mic has led up to their reunion. Continue reading