The wives of the Best Frenemies dish dirt on the Johnny and Christopher bromance. Why are Nikki and Jamie trying to keep them apart? Find out in this episode! Top 5 mixtape songs! Deadly waterparks! Recommendations! All in the longest episode to date (go figure with the wives monopolizing the conversation).
Johnny and Christopher give you the longest episode yet! Two freaking hours of Best Frenemies’ magic. Professor Juggs, founder of Full Metal Jiu Jitsu, joins them in the studio. Juggs comes from the land down under, so that explains his Mad Max accent. Johnny and Christopher agree with their Top 5 picks this month, so there’s that.
Johnny and Christopher tackle their most pressing issue: Who will replace them as co-host in the event one of them dies or is forced to quit because of their wife? They bring in Lou and Coach Jeff to compete in an epic showdown! Only one will be crowned runner-up co-host. Of course, there is Top 5, and Johnny and Christopher give their recommendations.
Johnny and Christopher barely got this episode released in March. This month has been crazy for Christopher. He’s been living life. Taking risks. Going for the win. Johnny … not so much. But they do a lot of yapping in this episode, mostly about all the cool shit Christopher has been doing. They discuss the book Tapped Out by Matthew Polly. Top Five Villains. And so on.
Johnny and Christopher start the new year with Coach Jeff Hairston joining them for Top Five (spoiler alert: Johnny’s list once again disappoints, while Christopher brings his A-game. Coach Jeff, being a rookie, gets a pass from the ridicule.) Taxi TV’s Ricky Menace comes into the studio. And Johnny and Christopher discuss the new film I, Tonya.
In this holiday episode, Johnny’s Top 5 Christmas gifts are like an inedible fruitcake, while Christopher delivers his picks like gifts of the magi. Coach Jeff Hairston drops by to ridicule them in real-time. And the Best Frenemies discuss the documentary Dumb: The Story of Big Brother Magazine.
Johnny and Christopher interview their Jiu-Jitsu guru, Professor Danny Stolfi. Once again, Johnny disappoints with his Top Five martial art films, while Christopher does a spinning heel kick to the face with his picks. And they top off the episode with discussing possibly the worst movie ever made, The Room.