During the off-seasons between Big Brother and Big Brother Canada, Rob creates a number of podcasts that discuss certain facets of the Big Brother genre as a whole. This includes countdowns, drafts, and events/games involving Big Brother alumni.
RHAP hosts a Big Brother-themed version of the game show Jeopardy! Winner and big Brother superfan Ian Terry competes against two fellow superfans in a slew of trivia.
Trivia: There was a scoring controversy during this game, which ended in Ian Terry receiving the win. As a result, Mike Harlow, the contestant who would have won had it not been for the discrepancy, was asked to be a contestant on "The $25.00 PyRHAPmid."
RHAP hosts a Big Brother-themed version of the game show The $25,000 Pyramid. The "celebrities" are former houseguests Ian and Matt, while the players are Randy Rice and Mike Harlow, the latter of whom had previously won "Big Brother Jeopardy".
Trivia: Player Randy Rice would go on to compete on the History Channel reality show The Smartest Guy in the Room, as well as compose several songs for RHAP.
Rob Cesternino interviews the Huffington Post's Entertainment Editor, Matthew Jacobs about his recent article, "But First: An Oral History Of 'Big Brother'", where he interviewed fifteen former houseguests to chart the show's evolution.
Rob grants a special birthday wish from Survivor: Worlds Apart contestant Rodney Lavoie to discuss his upcoming Rodney Bowl and how it’s looking for “his boy”, James Huling on Big Brother 18. Rodney is joined by his friend Tim Levasseur (father of Big Brother 16 winner Derrick Levasseur), who also weighs in with his opinions about James and BB18.
The Live Feed Correspondents cast their very own season of "Big Brother: Game Changers," in an homage to the recently-wrapped Survivor: Game Changers. They choose a cast between them of the top Big Brother players who contributed to changing the game in some way, shape, or form, and revealed their picks over the course of the podcast.
Trivia: This is the first Big Brother Off-season podcast to not feature Rob Cesternino.