Max Ryder and Jake Bass finally found a reason to stop fighting: so they can have sex with Bel Ami’s Kevin Warhol.
To a few of you, they’re annoying. But, I think I’m in love with them. Or, maybe I just love to be annoyed? I could watch Jake and Max not having sex and just arguing for hours, and it’s impossible to think of any other two performers that would have made RoadStrip what it was. (In fact, given Max and Jake’s chemistry and the strength of the story, CockyBoys is editing a non-sex version of RoadStrip for film festivals this summer—details to come.)
After some Jake/Max bonding in the California desert, RoadStrip concludes with a Jake/Max/Kevin 3-way in the Czech Republic, which is almost as good as a Jake/Max fight. I won’t give away how Max drove the RV from Palm Springs to Prague—and I also won’t give away the even sweeter surprise that comes at the very end of the episode—but it starts with this:
And then this happens: