The Chrises get the last dance with the man who can’t stop moving, James Lott Jr. Sir-Does-A-Lot does it all including writing books, producing podcasts, penning poems, audio dramas, and much more through his JLJ Media company. Mr. Worldwide talks about reaching number one in four countries on his most recent book collaboration “You Can Overcome Anything” and making the Australian Top 100 with his podcast “Darth Vader Is Your Father”. This generation’s James Earl Jones dives into his upcoming Christmas audio adventures, Mistletoe Road and The Clause Series. Like koalas eating eucalyptus, James intoxicates The Chrises with his trademark sultry voice while describing why Christmas and Mariah Carey might be the G.O.A.T.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
The Chrises are elated by a surprise appearance from Bad Ideas Ghuy for Special Guest, Bisi’s, bachelor party. Chris & Chris are transported to the set of Black Bisi Panther; where he puts his parkour training and most recent Amazon suggested purchase to use. While scaling a building in front of a green screen, the Busy Bee talks about picking up acting because he almost hasn’t accomplished enough in a pandemic year—releasing five total EP’s and scaling his startup, Sound Ch3k. Bisi shares his excitement for live shows coming back with an impromptu performance of “Feels So Good”, and talks about the inspiration for his final two EPs of the year (both dropping on every music platform this Halloween). Bisi teases a possible album next year, “Survivor”, which may have The Chrises on a remix.Read More
The Chrises are graced with the presence and essence of The Princess of Pop Culture, Justyna Kisielewicz. Poland’s favourite daughter details her journey from having her artwork stolen to eventually being featured on the cover of Polish Magazine, Wprost. While always feeling like she was mentally born and raised in the United States, Justyna talks about how through hard work and the power of Instagram, she was able to make her dreams come true. Now living in California as a painter and looking like Dylan McKay with her glasses, Justyna has her sights on fulfilling her next big ambition—being featured next to David Hockney. Always striving to elevate her artwork, Justyna is currently creating a unique experience with her detailed frames and mobile artworks at Andra Norris Gallery Through her use of bright colors (particularly pink) and balloons, the Art Aristocrat addresses the fragility of life. Forever the realist, Justyna departs with a wise and hopeful message: the bad days will pass, stay positive, reach out to those who are supportive, and stay away from the haters.Read More
The Kween of Pop, Hannah Gross, joins The Chrises for a New Music Monday to talk about her newest hit single, “Tell Me”. The raw and real song has surpassed 10,000 Spotify streams (and counting), as well as being featured on @itsaschoolnight and @lyricalemonade. The Spell Bounding Singer flashes her red team allegiance and shows off her favorite “22nd” birthday gift—a Hocus Pocus sweater with a COVID hex to protect herself during spooky season. Hannah faces her worst nightmare head-on and does a live songwriting session with The Chrises. With a Grammy nomination as clear as the writing on the wall, Hannah practices her speech thanking both her mom and her dad’s dahlias.Read More
The Chrises catch up with cocktail mixologist and beverage consultant, Pamela Wiznitzer, for a black tie Fancy Friday. As The Chrises defy gravity and sweat it out in Los Angeles, The Original Soaring Queen gets excited about sweater season in NYC. While keeping busy with virtual events this summer and fall, Pam remains hopeful for the hospitality and restaurant industry’s comeback as establishments begin to reopen. The Beverage Blender opens up about her wardrobe, creative process in making engaging videos, and alcohol collection large enough to start a reputable speakeasy. The Fancy Trio bond over their affinity for Costco’s liquor selection and toast to time traveling right by 2020. With holidays coming and going, The Chrises get a flow chart of Jewish festivities, and there always seems to be a reason to clink glasses, mugs, and chalices.Read More
Season One favorite and travel expert, Elyse Eisen, steps aboard a flight to virtual coast-to-coast travel to soar with The Chrises. Elyse gives some hot takes for travelers who are open to taking a trip under the hospitality industry’s COVID-19 upgrades. Looking forward to the airlines using air high fives as the new casual greeting, Elyse opens up about packing tips and her favorite suitcase. With no time for sponsors or kids in her busy schedule, The Balance Queen talks about having floaties all to herself and her timeout from eating anything but gummy bears in the pool.
Elyse is almost convinced by the Chrises to open up indoor NYC dining with Tipsy Traveler branded Snuggies as the new hot winter restaurant wear. The biggest news of the day comes when Elyse reveals her plan to call an end to a 12-year run controlling the remote to move-in with the sizzle master and Hall of Fame guest, Roger @rogersachar.Read More
The Chrises are joined by mystical being and shadow alchemist, Meghan aka @chroniclesofasassquatch. Meghan talks about her personal journey identifying the monster within, shining light on her own shadow beliefs, and dancing with her inner critic to create the reality she wants to live in. Bringing the sass into the paradigm of Sasquatches, Meghan details facing her own shame and connecting through the heart space to be able to quit her corporate job and become a voice dialogue leader and women’s group coach.
The Sass Kween opens up about how Queen Bee Beyonce inspired her to start dancing with straight power and encouraging others to begin playing and painting in the shadows. Meghan speaks about her big reveal; stepping from behind her mask and into her human skin— where she continues to be vulnerable and show up as her authentic self every day, no matter if she is slaying life or not.
New videos in Meghan’s human skin are on the horizon plus the chronicles of the @chroniclesofasassquatch story should be appearing around the holidays—just in time for Santa to deliver presents in a Sass mask.
Looking to alchemize and radiate power? Sign up for Meghan’s upcoming virtual course, “Masks Off”.Read More