The Girl Who Faked Cancer

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on April 15th, 2015

Just prior to show time, Rob and Joe catch wind of a local scandal brewing. Given the outcome of The Masters, Rob once again urges Joe to face a painful reality. Rob inserts himself into the middle of a clash happening with some noisy comedy show patrons. Joe makes an announcement that sounds oddly familiar. Rob makes his own announcement about a side project, and things get weird when Joe questions why he was not asked to be involved. During the show, a bombshell is dropped publicly that will have an huge affect on Joe’s living arrangement.

Aired Live Monday, April 13th at 7:30PM

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Dirty Dancing Duty

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on April 9th, 2015

Rob is unintentionally inspirational to the wheelchair-bound open mic’er. Joe’s girlfriend makes an observation about the way others perceive him. The relentless adversary baits Rob and Joe once again with the promise of a future video posting. Rob and Joe pay tribute to a retiring radio legend. Rob somewhat overestimated how much he would enjoy the recent musical theater production he attended with his girlfriend. Rob contemplates one of the inequities in male-female relationships. Joe observes, and then ridicules, every decision made by one of the comedy competition entrants.

Aired Live Monday, April 6th at 7:30PM

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The Lost Episode

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on April 1st, 2015

The companion episode of Its Mickey from the live Prime event is still unavailable. Chris Restivo’s life continues to fascinate. Rob gets recognized twice while out with his girlfriend. Joe compliments Rob on a very specific comedic skill that he possesses. Joe is both impressed and perplexed after spending significant time with a well-known comedian. Rob reads some rather negative review of the show. Rob updates a story discussed at length on episode 182. Joe’s girlfriend has a unique business idea, but Rob sees several problems with it. Joe has another story about his endlessly-entertaining coworker. Rob interacts with an audience member who may or may not have a peculiar fetish. Rob buys tickets for perhaps the least masculine choice among musical theater performances. Once again Rob has to defend himself for a seemingly harmless comment on social media. Rob and Joe have issues with the Justin Bieber roast.

Aired Live Monday, March 30th at 7:30PM

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Hook, Line and Sinker

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on March 25th, 2015

Rob and Joe do the show in front of a live audience for the first time, but it almost didn’t happen. Rob asks the audience to guess what Joe swallowed following his retelling of the vile mishap. Rob and Joe have very different approaches to a hypothetical question about food. Mickey Cucchiella and his co-host Robert Andrew join the show. Chris Restivo makes a much-anticipated announcement. Rob revisits a game that was a big hit on a previous episode. Each person on the show decides who to “F---, Marry and Kill” among the other three. Rob instigates some of the usual arguments with Mickey about aliens, bigfoot and evolution.

Aired Live Monday, March 19th at 5:30PM

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The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on March 18th, 2015

Rob and Joe fully explain the drama surrounding the originally-scheduled debut of their murder mystery. A listener has agreed to pick highlight clips for the next ‘best of’ show, but Joe is skeptical. Rob is thrown off guard when he discovers he’s on a show with a magician. Joe feels that the birth of a child may not truly the greatest moment of a person’s life. Rob is stunned to find an audience member is deeply touched by one his jokes. After many weeks of contentious debate Rob, Joe and Robby actually watch “Birdman” separately and give their reviews on the show.

Aired Live Monday, March 16th at 7:30PM

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The White Guy in The Green Room

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on March 12th, 2015

Joe dissects a joke that was made at his expense. Rob worries about a belligerent man he overhears talking in the lobby before a comedy show. Joe encounters an odd married couple attending his show. The half-Indian tormentor crosses paths with Todd Moore. Rob gets in another social media scuffle when someone overreacts to his harmless joke. After their latest TMOS appearance, Rob and Joe draw comparisons to other broadcast studios they’ve seen. The death of a its co-creator prompts a discussion about the The Simpsons place among the great sitcoms and how Rob won’t watch the show. Rob creates a hypothetical game where everyone creates their perfect woman. Joe visits Rob’s home town.

Monday, March 9th at 7:30PM

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Well-Watched

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on March 4th, 2015

Rob and Joe don’t seem particularly worried for their safety in spite of a recent incident that took place at the same venue as their upcoming event. Rob resuscitates a two and a half year old argument over the loss of a potential show guest whose star is now on a rapid rise. A recent blog disparaging binge viewing prompts a lively and insightful television discussion. Rob and Joe are very encouraged by the recent dress rehearsal for The Last Laugh. When Joe performs at a mansion, Rob decides to crash the house party. Teaching comedy to a room full of doctors is a sweet gig that Rob couldn’t refuse. After Rob describes the motley crew that assembled for a recent open mic show, a conversation emerges about bonding over ones minority status and/or affliction.

 Aired Live Monday, March 2nd at 7:30PM

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Cool Dads

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on February 25th, 2015

Rob wants to know what Joe is doing for his girlfriend’s birthday aside from dedicating the show to her. Joe faces a common problem as the parent of teenage sons. A heated pre-show argument gets analyzed. Joe fights for a headlining spot at the expense of Rob. Robby gets quizzed about his new circle of friends. Rob and Joe announce an exciting new entertainment venture. Rob receives a surprising message from someone closely connected to a show guest featured on “Best of”. Rob discusses some weird things he’s seen audience members wear recently at comedy shows. Joe gets confrontational with a policeman, but backs down when the officer finds his weak spot. Gramps has some trouble with a television show. The Maryland Music Awards finally aired and although some people thought Joe was cut from the show, he wasn’t quite. One prediction made about the SNL 40th special was on the money.

Aired Live Monday, February 23 at 7:30PM

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The Best of Year Three Special

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on February 17th, 2015

The topics and clips revisited include the following:

Joe's quirky coworker joins the show to display his stunning lack of music knowledge in game show format (from episode 135). During another show appearance dealing with his online dating profile, Joe discusses one of Scott Apple’s imaginative ideas (from episode 109).  Joe tells the story of his chance encounter and subsequent mishap with a male enhancement drug (from episode 124). Robby deviously engineers awkward moments with both Rob and Joe (from episode 111). ‘Romeo Rose’, whose looking-for-love website and inflammatory statements have gained him national attention, talks to Rob and Joe and is even more outrageous than expected (from episode 115).  Rob introduces a fun and hilarious new game (from episode 134). J-L Cauvin joins the show and plays a game involving everyone's favorite comedy club slugger/impressionist (from episode 120). A live interview is conducted with the show's first-ever, and probably only, intern candidate (from episode 107).

Aired Monday, February 16th at 7:30PM

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Walk This Way

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on February 10th, 2015

A call to fellow MORE host Mickey Cucchiella to promote the upcoming crossover live audience broadcast turns into an evaluation of everyone’s sexual prowess. Joe is challenged over an off-air remark he made about his favorite pie and how it is best eaten. A Detroit man is the news receives an abundance of donations and sympathy, but not from Rob and Joe. In spite of the amazingly talented and funny group of people assembled for the SNL 40th anniversary special, Rob and Joe speculate about just how big of a disappointment it will be. They then puzzle over why the brand new White Castle chain in Vegas had to close it’s doors after just one day. Rob and Joe feel the need to explain why one particular segment is included in the upcoming best of year three.

 Aired Monday, February 9 at 7:30PM

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