Monthly Archives: July 2009
Thanks to Jordan’s new IPhone, The Jordan and Chloe Show hits the streets! Along with the “gang” (Melissa, Tracy and Mitch) the four of us hit Makai and talk about numbers, dating, getting wrecked by relationships, and more. Enjoy!
Finally! After far too long, My good friend Dan Vayda joins us all the way from Boston via Skype for our first across the country podcast as we further discuss compatibility and what makes a functional couple tick.
JP’s back! Tonight, we talk about Lady GaGa (again), shrews (once again), crazy chicks (and Jordan’s How I met Your Mother-Inspired Crazy/Good in Bed Scale), as well as how rude it is to ask what someone’s “number” is. Jordan also … Continue reading
thejordanandchloeshow We are now on skype. Feel free to chat and ask questions, and maybe you’ll find yourself on the air. As with emails, I reserve the right to boot anyone who is a troll. Be nice! Also, it has … Continue reading
My good buddy JP joins the podcast tonight as we discuss stupid girls (if you get mad at us, well, you’re stupid), headaches (really? that’s still your excuse?), dating, shrews (same with stupid girls, if you get mad, you are … Continue reading
Mitch and Tracy return as Melissa, Chloe and Jordan mix it up with some cocktails and what women want (or don’t want), alpha males, women’s logic (or lack there-of), and prenups. Jordan also reveals why he doesn’t like Jennifer Tilly … Continue reading
No dating advice today, folks. Just my Jury Duty experience for 26 minutes and change. I skipped out on one earlier due to “illness”. Oh well. Enjoy!
Jordan and Melissa finally get down to business and discuss the film, “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Enjoy!
What great fun! Jordan and Chloe are joined not only by Melissa, but by new friends Tracy and Mitch, and we all mix it up in ways you can never imagine. We talk about dating in LA, some hijinks, dating … Continue reading
Melissa returns as we being the show talking about the film, “He’s Just Not That Into You,” segway into dealbreakers for a bit, and end up “debating” the (not-so) finer points of Astrology. Buckle up!