Max and Courtney take logrolling lessons, discuss mythical creatures invented by lumberjacks, make their own sourtoe cocktail (which involves a severed human tow in a glass of alcohol), and discuss Guy Madden's unexplicable film "The Forbidden Room."
Max and Courtney have a problem: Too much cowboy-themed candy. So they speed round through it all in this episode, while also discussing a trip to the hallucinogenic Minnesota's Largest Candy Store, Courtney's lumberjack family, a lumberjack festival, and lumberjack gift ideas.
Max and Courtney discuss Mexican cowboys, including a stroll down Lake Street in Minneapolis, a surprisingly large amount of mezcal, and the 1960 Mexican singing cowboy/space alien movie Ship of Monsters. They also discuss how it is possible to walk into a saddle and tack shop and a year later be performing a singing cowboy show in Omaha.
The Wildest West looks at the good, the bad, and the WTF of cowboy and country. This episode, hosts Max Sparber and Courtney Mault drink Rock and Rye, sample cowboy candy, visit cowboy-themed attractions at the Mall of America, and discuss the films "Lonesome Cowboys" by Andy Warhol and "Wild Girls of the Naked West" by Russ Meyer.