The Chrises suit up for a Dress Up Fancy Friday on a train ride into the weekend and discuss their favorite choo-choo songs. Christopher Joseph tears up to Train’s “Drops of Jupiter”, while Christopher Gardinier gets emotional to John Mayer’s “Stop This Train – Live at The Nokia Theatre”. The Chrises seek out John’s support for their Manhattan Beach mayoral candidacy in 202?. Finally, The Chrises boast about the surprise success they had this week training a monster chute after they took Dr. Taryn Marie’s advice to sing lullabies to their third quarantine basil plant, Britney.Read More
The Chrises take flight with pilot and hat fashionista, Sarah Tamar. The Winged Rockstar opens up about her journey from climbing scaffolding as a photographer to now getting higher in the sky as a seaplane pilot. Sarah talks about joining the mile @HiatusTequila club while on a 20-day quarantine journey across America chronicling the times from her beloved plane, Old Rusty. The Queen of Flamping shares her favorite hobby: flying into airstrips and camping onsite, as she gets the royal treatment. The Chrises look to earn their wings and bequest the aristocratic aviator’s judgement on their historic paper plane contest. While The Chrises’ aircrafts fly back in their faces, Sarah continues to soar as a recent recipient of the JetStream Aviation Law Scholarship from Women in Corporate Aviation.Read More
The Chrises are joined by “The Cougar Guy”, Kyle Burgess. Kyle talks about his experience coming face-to-face with a cougar and her baby cubs in the Utah mountains; all caught live on camera with his Google Pixel 2. Reflecting back on the dangerous situation, Kyle shares what he has learned since the “good little kitty cat” encounter and considers having a conversation with the cougar over a Nutter Butter and beef jerky. Kyle turns his harrowing, bluff charge experience into wildlife advocacy with support and fundraising for the Mountain Lion Foundation and Cougar Conservancy. Naturally deflecting away the attention from his big and scary presence, Kyle ponders how the protective cougar may be doing in therapy right now. Always one to inspire, Kyle encourages everyone to “Keep Cougaring”.Read More
The Chrises feature musical artist and sour milk enthusiast, Nick Horn. Nick talks about his hit quarantine EP album, Hoi Polloi, with New Jersey sunrise feels and California sunset vibes. The Chrises dive into Nick’s Bill Nye The Science Guy approved discography including “Hungry Amoeba”, while Nick previews his upcoming release with The Fellas titled “Moving Targets”. The cross country journeyman has traded his stop, drop, and rolling in Southern California for the New Jersey welcoming gift of slightly used tube socks. Nick, a former Jersey Shore lifeguard veteran, teams up with The Chrises to compose a new song, “Mouth-to-Mouth”—set to debut at number one on the Billboard charts in 2028. Before Nick sets sail, he gives a moving live performance of “Tube Socks”, as The Chrises chase hearts in Solo Cup.Read More
The Chrises are joined by International Resilience Expert, Dr. Taryn Marie Stejskal. The Chief Resilience Officer talks about her upcoming book “Flourish or Fold: Five Practices of Particularly Resilient People” and dives further into the practices of vulnerability, productive perseverance, connection, gratiosity, and possibility. Taryn, The Tic Tac Ph.D., provides a minty fresh take on the current times where loneliness is skyrocketing, depression is increasing, and divorce rates are jumping. As Halloween nears and discussions around the online dating trend of ghosting arise, the Bright Bomber’s connection mysteriously disappears. True to practice, Dr. Taryn Marie is resilient with technology and gives The Chrises one last stroll down Sesame Street “R” Lane for some final survival tips for their new basil plant [hint: play music].Read More
The Chrises are joined by their favourite traveling duo, QWTChrises Godparents Karissa Bustamante and Justin Wozney. On a cross country journey to Boston, the two lovebirds check-in from a Cleveland beer hall celebrating Oktoberfest. Justin uses his savvy street smarts to connect with a fellow street savant and find out the answer to an important Ohio riddle—what is round on the edges and high in the middle? Karissa discovers that her other half is stricken with a weak bladder and inept at packing, choosing to only bring along one pair of socks and sweats. Good thing for Justin, all their belongings will be waiting for them at their new residence on the 23rd of a to-be-determined month. Before heading off to the next chapter in their new life, The Godfather and The Godmother belt out one final song.Read More
The Chrises are joined by cheese loving traveler and chicken mama, Casi. The Eating Gypsy talks about adopting mini dinosaurs a.k.a. chickens at the beginning of quarantine and watching them grow up to have their own secret Instagram accounts. Casi answers age old poultry questions such as why the chicken crossed the road and whether the chicken or egg comes first. Fun Fact: the best way to get scrambled eggs is to put the chicken on the trampoline.
The Eating Gypsy showers all her little ones with love and gourmet meals, and while she passes on chicken diapers and/or harnesses, she has already invested in a cat backpack—despite felines having four legs. The future Disneyland Head Chef shares exciting news about her upcoming catering management opportunity and revels in the joy of creating delicious delights for people once again. Forever the connoisseur of all things cheese, Casi mulls over possible melty explorations, including pepper-jack jalapeño water, gorgonzola hot springs, and Swiss cheese beauty masks.Read More
The Chrises walk down the runway to show off the new QWTChrises Hendrix Tie-Dye T-Shirts curated by today’s guest of honor, John “Davey” McDavid Lehman. With two more months of quarantine foretold by seeing his birthday shadow (in July), Punxsutawney Davey took the luxury of time to hand-craft each shirt individually. This round of vibrant accoutrement was made with love, blood, sweat, and tears during the fermenting coloration process. The Collaboration Captain celebrates his laborious feat with an attempt to blow a kazoo from both sides before he starts working on The Chrises’ 2023 wear— including a robe and a letterman’s jacket.
Loyal to the game, Davey fawns over his McMarden hand-stitched floral shirt and his Its The Sash pearl mask chain that is one part granny and two parts @AsapRocky. With the intention to stay fly til he dies, Davey plans on avoiding riptides and movie theaters altogether for the rest of quarantine and beyond.Read More
Prince Charming postpones his Dreams Fall Ball guest appearance with The Chrises and leaves them hanging with no Ocean Spray cranberry juice. Chris & Chris trot down trivia lane with questions about Cinderella and Fleetwood Mac, in-between revelations about one Chris munching on the wax portion of parmesan cheese. Uncertainty around a few answers sparks the first cheating scandal on Quarantining With The Chrises. An exchange of childhood test techniques ensues; followed by other weird things Chris & Chris did as kids (and new strange oddities as “adults”). Fresh off the presses and a backyard hang, the hand tie-dyed, Season 2 Hendrix Shirts are in thanks to the CEO of Pop-Culture, Davey.Read More