Tristan joins Zac and Cody on the show, and becomes the judge and jury over a potential roommate dispute. But before any of that, the influential components of our childhoods. And only on this show will you discover that Zac's subconscious is prone to Die Hard, however Tristan is a freaking Power Ranger!
Grant and Laura decompress and share the horrors of family vacation, as well as, give their two cents on flirting. Friendly reminder: Never play Cody in Monopoly. Zac discusses why 10 Cloverfield Lane was an Oscar snub.
Mac and Cassie McClure teach Zac and Cody that real love does exsist. In desperate need, Zac asks for the greatest advice we've been given. Mac has the chance to win a million dollars. Who's going to play you in a movie?
For the month of February, Zac and Cody embark on a journey of deconstructing relationships. Joining them on this episode are long awaited guests: Troy Huddleston and Emily Haas. They discuss topics ranging from promise rings, robots, and more - but don't forget they brought SNACKS!
After a year long haitus, Zac and Cody return for a second season. Without any hesistation they dive into the deep end - accompanied by William and Chase. They scratched the surface of La La Land and movies that make us think. Oh yeah, they challenge to follow your dreams and to get off your butt.
Kaitlin Nelson joins Zac and Cody wanting to know who really wears the pants in relationships, Cody doesn't believe in opposite sex friendships. Zac wants in on top secret events in time.
Cody is interested in finding out everyone's wild times, Matt rails on Disney and tells Zac's friends to shut up, and Zac is curious to know what it is that we do that drives others crazy.
Dalton Miller joins the podcast to discuss relationship troubles. Cody wants to know everyone's deal breakers, while Zac is wanting to tackle physical pain.