By the Middleton Days of their junior year Kim stated that she and Josh had grown apart and split up, which implies that they likely became a couple at some point following the full monkey incident.
He is best known for being the host of the History Channel show Digging for the Truth.
He double majored in Anthropology and Psychology at Cornell University in 1989.
Josh is also part of a local band of some sort, as he and his friends were setting up musical equipment during the Centurion Project incident, and commented on the project being under Kim's costume when she arrived.
Kim would typically to turn into a nervous wreck when she was around him, but eventually built up the courage to go on a date with him in one episode.
Although the date was regularly interrupted by Doctor Drakken and his scheme to kill Kim off, it eventually smoothed out into an enjoyable affair, and it seemed like the two would be together afterwards.
However, they grew apart later in the series and separated amicably.He was once named in People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive issue.He married Lily Snyder in Israel in September, 2011."The list has gotten so long of people who have claimed they didn’t have a meeting with Ambassador Kislyak...New York Times opinion writer and MSNBC contributor Bret Stephens said Tuesday even if Mike Flynn spoke to the Russian ambassador after Donald Trump won the 2016 election and before he took office that doesn't mean he did not violate the arcane Logan Act of 1799. In an appearance, Monday night with CNN's Andreson Cooper, former Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein said President Trump is worse than Nixon because Nixon never showed any signs of not having "the requisite abilities to exercise the powers of the presidency in a competent manner." "We've never... This sort of sense that all you people in government, you get so bogged down in bureaucratic details, why don't you just cut through the muck and get some business done. I'm not suggesting that bureaucrats are perfect, or that bureaucrats are always effective when it comes to getting the job done, but there is a common failure to appreciate that when you have a position like the president of the United States, there are consequences for your actions.