]]>Zap2it has your first look at the coming episode, in which we see Max’s triumphant return. We also spoke with Blair about the craziness that is about to ensue when it comes to his character. “I come back in a big way getting a blowjob in the school parking lot,” he tells us. “This episode picks up kinda where my character leaves off and it starts the descent into the craziness for the finale, which is going to be madness.” While Max doesn’t play a huge role this week, it’s the following episode where we will see some major changes. Blair tells us that a conflict between his character and RJ will come to blows in the near future, sending Max into a “tailspin,” which will show us what’s behind the tough guy facade. “You’re going to see Max in some compromising positions,” he teases “You’re gonna see a more human version of him going through things as opposed to this cyborg bully who just beats people down.” Blair’s persona of the show’s resident baddie doesn’t stop when the camera’s turn off. The actor tells us that he enjoys giving his co-stars a hard time. “I get to be a cheeseball all day and make fun of people that I care about and love. What’s not fun about that?” he laughs. “It’s a total free pass to do so, it’s a joy. I know all of them like family, so when somebody comes late to set, when somebody’s being a little bee-otch, I totally take it out on them and use it.” Fans will also be treated to another gem from RJ’s father, played by Larry Poindexter in a clutch scene this week, as we get a sneak peek into his past. When RJ, Miles (Jareb Dauplaise) and Amy (Caitlin Crosby) end up on the wrong side of town at “Huskeez,” Rick swoops in and shows off his moves as a male stripper. If that’s not enough to make you tune in, we don’t know what to tell you. “Hard Times” airs on MTV Monday nights at 10 PM. Watch below for a sneak peek of what’s to come.
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