Amy Robach and TJ Holmes Discuss Marriage

In breaking Twu Wuv news, disgraced Schmoopies Amy Robach and TJ Holmes, who were shit-canned by ABC News for their workplace affair are now talking marriage.

Not these two again, Tracy. Can’t you write about something else? Tax season? Pet antics? Genital warts?

No. I’m sorry, the world must know about TJ and Amy’s deep abiding impression management and their podcast. Every episode of which appears to be devoted to discussing their complicated love rhombus.

Predictably — because monogamy means so much to affair partners — Amy Robach and TJ Holmes are considering marriage. Because only holy matrimony can cover up the stench of serial cheating.

That’s very cynical of you, Tracy. Maybe they really love each other!

Or maybe Amy needs a new edition of her 2021 blended marriage children’s book, “Better Together!” Like, “MUCH Better Together 3.0!”

Anyway, E News has breathlessly reported on the couple’s future plans.

Wedding bells might soon be ringing for these two.

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are putting everything out there for listeners of their new podcast, and that includes their plans for the future. Specifically, the couple recently answered a question posed by a listener as to whether they’d eventually be tying the knot.

“It’s under consideration,” Amy said during the Dec. 19 episode of Amy and T.J. “We did not enter this relationship for fun or for, ‘Let’s see what happens.’ We entered this relationship because we intended on spending our lives together. So whether or not we have some sort of legal button on it, that’s I don’t know. We both have two marriages under our belts, and so it’s not something we’re racing to or rushing towards.”

E News

Hey, we weren’t fucking around and losing our jobs casually. There Was A Greater Purpose!

This doesn’t pass the sniff test. Who enters a relationship with the intention of spending the rest of their lives with someone? That’s just batshit. YOU’RE NOT EVEN IN A RELATIONSHIP YET. It’s like you swung a cat, and hit a random stranger and said “YOU! YOU ARE THE DESTINED ONE FOR ME!”

I don’t even know you.

Before we kiss — listen, I’m not in this for fun. I’m here for permanence. What are we naming our children?

I mean, you’d run screaming, right? I don’t think this is the rousing defense Amy thinks it is.

Anyway, T.J., that dream boat, offered these thoughts on marrying Amy:

“I want to marry you,” he began, before adding, “In part, because you’re 50 and I’m 46. And I’m very sick of introducing you, a 50-year-old woman, ‘This my girlfriend.’ That just sounds stupid.”

What woman doesn’t thrill to being told she’s 50, twice in one sentence? With a four-year age difference, that pick-me dance better be on point, Amy!

And isn’t it romantic that he says he wants to marry her, not for the wonderfulness that is her, but because (my old, menopausal) “girlfriend” may strike observers as stupid.

Certainly not as stupid as blowing up your career and marriage for Amy. But hey, he’s sick of introducing you. A curious phrase for someone you had a workplace affair with and couldn’t introduce at all a few months ago.

Imagine the proposal.

T.J.: I’m sick of this girlfriend shit! I need a wife! Marry me, Amy.

Amy: YES, YES! A thousand times yes! Let me dry hump you here in this parking lot.

T.J.: No, Amy. You might fall and break a hip. You are four years older than me.

May these lovebirds spend the rest of their lives together. Because they did not enter this relationship for fun.

Subscribe
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

45 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
LookingForwardsToTuesday
LookingForwardsToTuesday
2 months ago

Am I the only one who thinks that this pair – having spectacularly destroyed their careers – are trying to cover the bills by monetising their sordid activities?

LFTT

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago

Podcasts are a legit and perfectly honorable platform for social justice underdogs and activists trying to change paradigms, etc. Without that medium, I’d barely know what was going on in the world. But for commercialized Disney douches like this it’s a sign of desperation. It was clear from the language they used from the start that they were angling to appropriate a social-justice-y “smell” by acting like oppressed victims of the patriarchy equivalent to gender, race or climate change advocates.

Nothing new– pedophiles and violent racists have been pulling the same gag for ages. It even has a name in political science: “Reverse culture jamming” or when purveyors of a patriarchal/dominant agenda try to revoice or “ventriloquize” their propaganda in “underdog-speak.” I think that fits FWittery to a T. Cheating is older than the hills, is institutionalized in the most patriarchal cultures, depends entirely on robbing other people of consent and is hardly a groovy, humanist alternative lifestyle/liberation issue.

OHFFS
OHFFS
2 months ago

Of course they are. That and the fact that they are clearly massive exhibitionists and get off on it. So monetizing their ridiculous life together is a win win for two losers.

Adelante
Adelante
2 months ago

You are not alone in thinking this.

Cam
Cam
2 months ago

This is where my mind went. My industry is full of people who start podcasts when their time would be better spent working on their careers.

There’s some fabulous podcasts out there (Chump Lady being one of them, of course), but IMO good podcasts are rare and 90% of the ones that get made are a waste of time and navel gazing.

Mehitable
Mehitable
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

I think anyone can make a podcast….making a good one is rare…..people like Amy and TJ are just talking parrots. It’s a good thing to put on a lackluster resume and it’s something to do when your real career fizzles out. Obviously there are a lot of good podcasts like CL’s but most of them are losers like these two. Nothing to offer but pushing their Twu Wuv story….unlike most cheaters these guys have a public forum.

OHFFS
OHFFS
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

Exactly so Every second person seems to have a podcast these days. Most of them are bound to be crap.

Josh McDowell
Josh McDowell
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

The ex’s AP has a podcast, it’s really crappy. I can’t make this garbage up.

LookingForwardsToTuesday
LookingForwardsToTuesday
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

Cam,

I suspect that, in addition to working on their careers (“Clean Up Team to Aisle Three please”), that Amy and TJ could usefully spend some time working on their respective characters.

But then I’m fussy like that.

LFTT

Cam
Cam
2 months ago

Hey, why do the hard work when you can start a podcast, right?

LookingForwardsToTuesday
LookingForwardsToTuesday
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

Cam,

Well nothing says “character development” like shamelessly airing your dirty washing in public and refusing to accept that what you did might just have been – you know – a bit wrong.

LFTT

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

Oh I think the podcast industry is fantastic; but like any other industry the success ‘s will depend on the quality of content.

Cam
Cam
2 months ago
Reply to  susie lee

Oh definitely. Don’t get me wrong, I love podcasts and am grateful for them, and there’s a lot of wonderful content out there. But people underestimate how hard it is to create a decent one, and too many start one for the wrong reasons. Let’s just say I’m not surprised this is the path Robach and Holmes chose to go down.

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

It makes me think maybe they just got lucky and weren’t that talented, which is why they were easy to dump when the played stupid games. Plenty of folks just as talented or more-so waiting in line for the job, who maybe won’t act like classless idiots.

I had never heard of either of them, before CL, but I am not likely their target audience.

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago

Yep and hoping someone buried deep in the Dlist celebs will hire them for something. Hey maybe they can do a short lived reality show, how not to completely destroy your life, they can interview other fw’s and regale their limited audience with their amazing tips on life choices. It can be titled “Better living through lying and cheating”

NJ Survivor
NJ Survivor
2 months ago

No. I think you nailed it. Also don’t expect them to last. I think it lasted this long only because of all the attention. At this point, they have to stay together for some period of time to justify their actions. Two people with zero character and integrity are not going to forge a permanent stable long term relationship.

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago

I am guess the fun is over and all they are doing now is whatever they think will revitalized their careers. Forget careers, they might as well start putting in those resumes for fast food stores, except those places are pretty picky these days. Our food servers in our town are amazing. Don’t think A and TJ are up to the task.

Their image mgt is much like my ex’s, he tried to be a preacher. He moved to a new town where folks didn’t know him, (I am guessing made up some good lies about his past {me} ingratiated himself with the preacher and started getting opportunities to preach, while also starting some college classes. Didn’t last long, because as CL says he took himself with him and it didn’t take long for the preacher and the congregation to get his number. He got asked to leave that church because he started causing trouble with his control issues. I also wouldn’t be surprised if he got in touch with the preacher from the church we attended together. This was just in the next county; not that hard since our preacher was the police chaplain, and he was still working as a PO then.

Don’t get me wrong, I think folks who have had problem pasts can be amazing preachers, but they have to be in full repentance and very open about their past.

Orlando
Orlando
2 months ago

I think they deserve all the digging under their twu wuv layers & exposing all the bullshit underneath. Without it, no one is held accountable for their actions. They can just gloss over all their shitty behaviour. Frankly, I would’ve had (some) respect for them if they had at least been honest. Apologized to their spouses & children & owned up to it. And NOT glamorized their affair. Instead they chose this route.

Last edited 2 months ago by Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
2 months ago
Reply to  Orlando

*romanticized their affair

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago
Reply to  Orlando

Exactly, take responsibility. Most folks are generally a forgiving bunch.

gonegirl
gonegirl
2 months ago

My ex married Howorker the day after our divorce was finalized. I really think his mother made him in order to give their relationship legitimacy. He’s cheating on her and she’s nuts. They are broke, cannot make payroll in their business. Oh well…

Doingme1
Doingme1
2 months ago
Reply to  gonegirl

Nothing legitimizes chelating like putting a ring on it. What more fun than being with a committed cheater?

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago
Reply to  Doingme1

Love your Freudian slip. True that cheating requires “chelating” (detoxification). 😉

Doingme1
Doingme1
2 months ago

Yes!

Chump-Domain Cleric
Chump-Domain Cleric
2 months ago

T.J. just has the most wonderful reasoning for getting married, doesn’t he?

Ugh. I had no idea who these people were before the scandal, and honestly, I still don’t fully understand. But hey, at least both of their exes can move on to a cheater-free life.

Brit
Brit
2 months ago

He sure does, a strong foundation for a lasting marriage.
TJ certainly has a way with words.

I’m 46 and she’s 50, “I’m sick of introducing a 50 year old woman as my girlfriend, it’s just plain stupid.”

Clearly their age difference doesn’t bother him.

Last edited 2 months ago by Brit
Chump-Domain Cleric
Chump-Domain Cleric
2 months ago
Reply to  Brit

I know, right? Maybe, T.J. if you really didn’t want a 50-year-old girlfriend, you should have just stayed faithfully married. Or, at least, been single post-divorce. I wonder if he’s caught off guard by his peers not accepting, embracing, or celebrating his choices, and he wants to quickly get married to give the air of legitimacy again. I don’t know the kind of people in T.J.’s social circles, but it’s a theory.

OHFFS
OHFFS
2 months ago

That was a good, long belly laugh. Thanks, CL.
These two are so stupid that they are almost (but not quite, because after all, they are utter filth) worthy of pity.

Mehitable
Mehitable
2 months ago

There are SO MANY shitty people in the public eye and these two just floated to the top of the toilet bowl recently. When they break up in some spectacularly nasty way they’ll eventually flush back down. They keep trying to make us like or watch people that suck and we keep rejecting these types over and over, but it’s all part of the adultery is fun and good for personal growth industry. Amy and TJ are pooplets off a giant pile of shit.

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago
Reply to  Mehitable

Yep. I generally believe the opposite of the saying “cream floats to the top” when it comes to celebs and politics, I prefer “in a cesspool, scum floats to the top”.

2xchump
2xchump
2 months ago

For grins, I was 9 years older than my #2 cheater, not the brighest start for a 38 year old vs 29. No consideration of maturity on my part….But after his 3 marriage proposals of which i declined 2, I told him I would be aging and menopausal and wrinkles. I insisted on a vasectomy as we both had 2 kids and I insisted on a prenup. Anyway, fast forward the test of time..within 10 years there was porn and phone sex, forgiven. 10 years inappropriate behavior and activity in the vast basement..unknown to me(most of it).and blind to it. In the end, he said I was over the hill and he was still young. He didn’t want to be an ” alter boy” the rest of his life”.. and needed younger bodies under him. He married within weeks of our divorce to a foreign woman 20 years younger. He has dyed his hair black and from my NO CONTACT vantage point, he looks creepy with this tall younger woman at his side. I won’t even mention severe ED and a bad monogamy allergy. So I say turn around is fair play. Viva la difference !!!
As for these 2 bozos. They deserve whatever befalls them. The sad thing is, neither one of these creepers can feel pain, reflect, learn from, grow up from, be humbled by or mature. Mirror images of each other, the sum of zero is zero.

Doingme1
Doingme1
2 months ago

It’s like you swung a cat, and hit a random stranger and said “YOU! YOU ARE THE DESTINED ONE FOR ME!”

This really does sum it up quite nicely. It wasn’t for FUN is an understatement. I’d love an update of the consequences our FW’s received after the chump gained a life.

Stig
Stig
2 months ago

I’m imagining that their podcast is not getting the traction they’d imagined it might, and they are talking about this to try and win over those people who watched them every day on the show but are hesistant to cross over because of their moral reservations about the way they got together. Hence the, there was a plan all along, because Twu Love, instead of, we fucked ’round, and found out.

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago

Jeez, TJFW is already using age as a sadistic control tactics to gain the upper hand in the cheater vs. cheater death match.

I read somewhere that ageism or a heavy focus on biometrics is a surefire sign of malignant narcissism. No big surprise because, starting at age 12, it was often the only question certain douchy dudes would ask me. Not my view on geopolitics, not my profession or what I studied– age.

Before 18, the age inquiries were obviously to check if I was jail bait (either because this was viewed as a plus or caveat). After 18, the tactic was invariably a set up for men to blather on about how badly women age. That was the #1 negging pickup tactic from every douchebag– “yer gonna get old before ya know it so ya better hurry up and bonk me now…”

I’ve had the same stock responses for years. I pretend to wildly misunderstand the age inquiry and, in a friendly tone, ask “I’m just plain old boring AFAB/cis. When did you transition?”

In my experience, no normal person pries about age or income. Even a genuinely competent doctor won’t make an issue of age unless it relates to screening that’s done at certain benchmarks. In all other situations, both the prying question and commentary have creepy or aggressive agendas.

Enjoy your big predatory prize, Amy.

susie lee
susie lee
2 months ago

“TJFW is already using age as a sadistic control tactics to gain the upper hand in the cheater vs. cheater death match.”

Right? Who beyond the age of 30 doesn’t know that you don’t talk to a woman about aging unless she asked you.

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago
Reply to  susie lee

Barnyard behavior.

Chump-Domain Cleric
Chump-Domain Cleric
2 months ago

GAH! Maybe as an AFAB nonbinary person, this shouldn’t be funny to me, but I think it’s perfect! You know the kinds of guys who ask that question are the kinds of guys who find queer people “gross,” or at least that’s been my experience.

I really, REALLY hate how pervasive the idea of femme aging being awful is. As if somehow, that makes humans less valuable or less lovable. I’m going to embrace every gray hair and wrinkle, myself – it’s proof that despite my mental and physical health, I’m still kicking!

OHFFS
OHFFS
2 months ago

The irony is that, contrary to the propaganda, men actually look worse with age than women. We don’t lose our hair or get that huge gut on skinny legs look that is so common in older men.
We also don’t age as quickly due to the protective effect of female hormones. There’s a reason women outlive men. So saying women don’t age as well as men is ludicrous. Anyone who says that probably has misogynistic tendencies and can stfu.

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago

I love your attitude about aging. I remember seeing singer Patti Smith in a cafe in NY– of course unassumingly wearing an old t-shirt and paint-splattered jeans, no hair products or makeup and it struck me how vital and riveting she was without even trying. I realized that the reason those old b&w photos of famous intelligentsia have so much timeless gravitas was because there was no botox back then and that no one seems like “the real deal” with cosmetic froufrou.

I’m glad you weren’t offended by the tact. It’s one of those borderline, dicey things that’s only funny in extremely narrow circumstances and depends entirely on making flamingly sexist douches either expose or frantically hide their transphobia while you defend it. I risked it because the idea came from a gay Chilean ballet dancer– the same guy who taught me a few self defense maneuvers that I ended up actually using once to spectacular effect. I owe him my life if not a bit of my sanity.

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago

…meaning the encounter ends with defending trans, not defending transphobia.

Chump-Domain Cleric
Chump-Domain Cleric
2 months ago

I totally get what you mean! It’s a good way to shut them down, as they often won’t want to try their luck again. Also, good on that dancer! I’m sorry those moves came in handy, but I’m so glad you knew them!

And my attitude is – I’ve fought my body dysmorphia for so long, I’ve worked so hard to love myself… why give it up as I age? Gray hairs in my 20’s… so what? If I’m going to accept being alive, accept being in this body, I have to embrace all the parts of it – not just the parts of it that are “socially acceptable” as it were. Cheaters claim they’re loving themselves radically, but they know nothing about it. Loving yourself radically is dressing in the fashions you love, even if it’s considered freakish by the general public, because dressing how you like is the first small step to accepting your reflection in the mirror. It’s learning how to be okay with scars. It’s talking yourself into eating after body checks and weighing yourself. And it’s developing better character every day, to become the person you want to be.

It’s not hurting and betraying the people who love you.

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago

Lol– I’ve never heard of a cheater rationalizing betrayal as “radical self love” and I think I’d probably double over with laughter if I did.

That “killer comeback” (which I collect) has quite a backstory. I met the ballet dancer as a kid when I went to see the touring company of Ballet de Santiago with my dance teacher. Some of the dancers weren’t much older than I was and I started exchanging long letters with a few. I learned that many, particularly gay dancers, had suffered serious repression under Pinochet. Several “joked” about how straight, married members of the fascist military were prone to raping young boys but the actual experiences they recounted weren’t funny at all.

It was a real political awakening for me. I started to understand that rape and totalitarian repression are fused and also that rapists aren’t gay, bi or straight– which would require a soul– but make up their own category of “abusosexuals.” One of the dancers, Mario S, later moved to NY just as I was starting college. I regret that we lost touch over the years because we both moved around for work but he was a fab ally and one of the few men I knew at the time who could see parallels in political repression and misogyny and vice-versa.

Anyway, I felt like it was almost prophetic that he taught me this particular self defense move. I ended up donkey kicking a 6’2″, 180 LB violent psycho several yards across a tile patio. No one was more surprised than me. I could hear all the air go out of the asshole’s lungs as he hit the ground, then I ran away laughing dementedly and feeling gratitude to Mario. I also think of him every time I unleash his Napalm response to vicious prying.

OHFFS
OHFFS
2 months ago

Lol! Good for you! He must have felt that for quite a while.
I front kicked an abusive ex in the gut when he came at me. Because I kicked him at an upward angle, his feet actually left the ground for a second as he was driven both upwards and back. He landed hard. That was before I started taking martial arts. It’s what inspired me to think I might be good at it. Regrettably, once I accidentally broke a bone of a classmate, which soured me on sparring forever. I still practice at home.

I love a good ass kicking of a scumbag story, so thanks for that.

Chump-Domain Cleric
Chump-Domain Cleric
2 months ago

Wow! Totally agree on the abusosexual – that perfectly encapsulates the boy who sexually abused me as a child. And good on you, for fighting back! That takes strength and quick thinking.

And to be fair, the only time I’ve seen such New Age descriptions of cheating is from puff pieces and the RIC. My personal ex/FW never used those particular set of excuses. But it’s out there.

Hell of a Chump
Hell of a Chump
2 months ago

I’m so sorry you endured that as well. I refuse to recognize people like that as human, much less by sexual orientation. They get their own separate distinction.

I was just having a conversation with someone about new age Calvinism and passive aggressive yogazillas. Not very “spiritual” as far as I’m concerned. What does it say about me that I can’t wait to see some FW testifying about their “radical self love”? I love it when these idiots expose themselves. Imagine how people will chuckle over this drivel in 100 years.