It's Halloween and what's scarier than Chadrick and Kris trying to be, well, scary? Don't get bug-eyed by this episode. Halloween is upon us and for Chadrick that means, beware ... and behold the wonder that is this darkest of days.
Film director Israel Luna talks to Chadrick and Kris about mixing comedy and terror in his most famous film, Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives. Oh yea, there's that thing about using an offensive term in a movie title that garnered a bit of controversy. But is all forgiven now? Even if it's not, Israel promises there will be more bloodshed! You'll just have to wait for the next film.
The long-awaited return of Chadrick Douglas brings some candid talk about annoying people on a cruise. The good news is that Chadrick and Steve returned with their relationship intact ... despite screaming children, in-laws and lots and lots of pushy seniors! Tiki doll myth busted!
Kris talks to his editor about what it takes to reign in the egos and expectations of romance writers to produce the right kind of book. If you ever want to know how good authors get even better, look no further than their editors. Kim Guidroz has dealt with many authors and has made them all shine!
As Chadrick sails the ocean blue, the show's producer Mike sits in one more time and wishes Chadrick luck as he shares stories of other trips to Hawaii that have not gone so well -- especially one involving a famous television family.
Kris talks dating in the online world with a former Grand Poobah of Profiles, Lord of Lewdness and Overseer of "Oh My!" at a major online dating company. Get ready for some facts about online dating and hope you don't start a war against something.
Chadrick is off to Hawaii and out of the studio with a promise to call in and check with the show. Remember that promise about the Pride parade float and Periscope event? We thought so. That's why Mike the Producer sits in for Chadrick to talk about ... well ... Chadrick!
Kris interviews romance author Jeff Rivera who tell Kris about his interesting journey from being homeless to living in Costa Rica while writing books of all stripes. Under a different pen name, Jamie Lake, Jeff writes steamy gay romance novels, but it's not beyond him to attach his namesake to other works, even books for young adults.
Kris chats with Chadrick about his upcoming cruise and traveling with in-laws. Author Sandrine Gasq-Dion joins Kris in a lively conversation about her series of gay romance books and other fun topics. Did you know that Channing Tatum and Ian Somerhalder could be a thing? Sandrine's body of work focuses on Male-Male romance and her Assassin/Shifter series of books takes things to another level, sometimes deep and dark.