We read Eating Mangoes Naked and learn how to find pleasure in any situation, even death!
We read The Secret and learn how to turn our thoughts into actual things.
We walk across hot coals this week in an attempt to put mind over matter.
We read Roosh V's Bang, a pickup textbook for men, and wonder why the author is not in jail already.
Chicago comedian Drew Loryn joins to talk about her experiences with depression and review the book A Mind Of Your Own by Kelly Brogan.
This week we look at the website rent-a-friend to see if it'll help Kwamin and Kenyon's social life..
This week we read Mansfield's Book of Manly Men.
This week Cole's girlfriend joins to talk about Swirling, a guide to interracial dating.
This week we try Urine Therapy, which is exactly what it sounds like.
This week we read the Queer Eye For The Straight Guy self-help and see if a team of gay men can improve us.
This week we learn how to treat romance like a business (complete with a romance resume) by reading Network Your Way to Endless Romance.
We try to obtain ultimate power by crushing our enemies this week after reading Robert Greene's 48 laws of power.
This week we read The Comedy Bible, by Judy Carter, to see if she can help us improve our standup careers.
We look at MGTOW, an online community of men who have sworn off all interactions with women.
This week I’ll See You In Help looks at The Angel Therapy Handbook, by Doreen Virtue. We find out that apparently we all have personal guardian angels that exist only to help us in life, from motivating us to make the right choices to helping us find good parking spaces.
Looking to lose some weight, Kenyon and Cole decide to diet for this weeks episode of I'll See You In Help. Cole goes with God's Diet while Kenyon takes on Perfect Weight, Deepak Chopra's quantum diet.
This week Nik Cartwright joins us after a recent breakup to learn some tips on how to cope from the book How to Get Over Your Ex (the Breakup Book for Men)
This week we read Close Your Eyes, Get Free and learn self-hypnosis, a practice that is said to be so powerful that you can make men walk again and go under surgery without anesthesia
This week Kwamin takes financial advice from reddit wallstreetbets and ends up deep in the red.
This week Chicago comic Maddie Wiener joins us to review How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One, a self-help book for women to find, and marry, the perfect guy by thinking like him.
This week we read The Flinch, a book on how to become a champion through overcoming flinching by taking cold showers and breaking your favorite glassware.
This week we look at some tips on how to survive spending Thanksgiving with your family.
This week Hatty Preston joins us to talk about the book A Woman's Guide to Changing Her Man and considers starting her own man-changing group..
This week we try out Rebirthing Therapy, a practice that's illegal in a couple states due to people dying.
This week we try nofap, the subreddit that promotes abstinence from masturbation, claiming it gives you 'superpowers'.
We visit a rage room to find out if smashing dishes and printers is a healthy outlet for working out your frustrations
This week we look at The Plan: Have Sex Tonight with a Gorgeous Woman in 69 Easy Steps, which just may be the sleaziest self-help book ever written.
This week we look at Wildman weekends, a popular self help retreat in the 80's where men gathered to release the Wildman within them through drum circles, dances, and...saunas?
This week we take a look at Deepak Chopra's The Way Of The Wizard, a self-help book that teaches you to live more like Merlin from the King Arthur stories. It turns out that Merlin's not such a great guy however.
Cole, Kenyon, and Kwamin introduce themselves and review The Gentlemans Guide To Life.