While controversy surrounds the reality show's voting process, Anner's taken to YouTube to do his travel show. He recently released the first of his Niagara Falls series, "Zach in the Buff." In it, he warns about the dangers of falling into the rapids—the $500 fine. He also attempts to run over seagulls with his motorized wheelchair.
He also did a three-part series "Zach Anner Rolls Over Austin," which covers Austin, Texas, where he resides. The first video explores the state capitol, and while there's plenty of jokes—poking fun at an official who identified himself as trooper Smith, making out with a sign—the segment also shows how inaccessible a so-called handicapped-accessible building is. The second video visits the city's make-out capital, Mt. Bonnell, where he had trouble getting his mojo working since he was being carried by another man up the mountain. The last installment takes place at the Keep Austin Weird festival, where he calls a woman dressed as a fairy a fraud for not being able to help him magically walk again.
Stay tuned for the next episode, which will bring Anner back to his hometown, Buffalo in Upstate New York. We'll be watching to see this funnyman work his comedic travel mojo.
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