April 29, 2019
A late episode. Updates from Max and Coco.
March 3, 2019
Max and Coco throw themselves into the world of hemp supplements, which maybe works? And definitely makes them a little spacey? Plus: a new wardrobe for Max and trying to understand the Disney film Watcher in the Woods.
February 18, 2019
Max and Coco try to get back on track after overpartying. They also discuss the strangest lake names in Minnesota and a 1973 movie called Arnold involving a corpse, a bride, and a series of strange deaths.
January 26, 2019
It's 2019, and Max and Coco have made some changes to the podcast -- unfortunately not included getting rid of the crackling noise, which they're working on (sorry!). Also in the episode: Hitting reset on brainstorming, a 1970s film about a satanic motorcycle gang, and a New Year's party with a 108-year-old woman.
January 13, 2019
It's our end of 2018 wrap up, where Max and Coco discuss what they accomplished in their first year of writing creatively (a lot!), as well as do various New Year's traditions from around the world.
December 22, 2018
One quick tip from Max and Coco: Don't say no for other people. Max and Coco revisit their cheers moments, which really seems like an excuse for them to drink a lot more. Max talks about "Build Your Own Ladder," where he tries to figure out his art career by stealing other people's. Finally: Max helped a child write a play, and Coco tries to describe it.
November 29, 2018
Topics: The importance of just showing up; Max and Coco wrote a Christmas play (come see it!); foods invented in Minnesota; when doing something out of spite turns bad; The House that Dripped Blood.
November 22, 2018
Max and Coco discuss creativity as a habit, Minnesota Christmas movies, and the horror movie Slumber Party Massacre.
November 8, 2018
Max and Coco dress their dog as a lumberjack, Max works on a theater project for children, and the two repeatedly get sidetracked discussing actor Pete MacNicol.
October 25, 2018
Max and Coco have another retreat, in which they fantasize about living by the Mississippi. They also go to Octoberfest, discuss the German history of Minnesota, and talk about Monster Squad.