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In this episode, Mikey and Randie review the first five episodes of, “The Cheat Code,” a podcast about an affair told over ten episodes. Together, the Chapmans detail their initial reactions that ranged from–“Wtf?” to “Huh?”. Next, the couple discuss what had them in their feelings. Randie reveals the show triggered the kid in her and that she was surprised to hear cheaters cry about getting cheated on. Mikey, on the other hand was most surprised by how nonchalant and narcissistic the duo was during the time frame of the affair.

There’s more. Lots more. Later, the Chapmans share lessons the show has taught them so far and detail who they think should listen. Spoiler alert– it’s everyone. Absolutely everyone should listen to “The Cheat Code”. Finally, to end the episode Mikey brings a fight or flight that questions Randie’s marital support. But, in the end the PDA saves the day.

The Chapmans were instructed to give their realest reactions, and they did–making this their most opinionated episode to date. But as Beyonce says, “God is God, and I am Not.” In all, it’s truly WILD out here. Tune in and then go listen to, “The Cheat Code”.

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Highlight Reel

  • 1:33 Introduction to main topic
  • 5:08 Initial Reactions
  • 8:12 What had the Chapmans in their feelings
  • 41:04 Lessons they learned from listening to show
  • 51:16 Reasons why you should listen to, "The Cheat Code"
  • 52:29 Who Mikey and Randie think the show is for
  • 56:47 Fight or Flight
  • 1:00:52 PDA

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