Déjà Vu

Posted in Comedy, Talk by robandjoeshow on August 20th, 2014

Marcus Certa comes to Robby's defense. Joe has exciting news about yet another radio show offered to him. After meeting Marion Barry at a DC Improv gig, there is a real possibility of national TV exposure for Rob and the show. Joe gets heckled by a listener. Someone connected to the show gets an alarming text message. Rob sees hypocrisy in comedians now claiming Robin Williams as their inspiration.

Aired Live Monday, August 18th at 8:00PM

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Flip Flop

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on August 14th, 2014

Less than a week after Rob revealed that he has seen less than a handful of Robin Williams movies, the man kills himself. Scott Apple appears to be getting serious with his girlfriend causing Rob to wonder if he'd be invited to the possible future wedding. Robby doesn't enjoy Rob's recurring bit. Rob and Joe analyze every aspect of the Baltimore Comedy Factory's Next Stand Up Star competition final round.

Aired Live Monday, August 11th at 7:30PM

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Hey Rob, Go #@&% Yourself

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on August 6th, 2014

A lot of excitement and future plans surround last week's guest. There are many questions to be answered as the finals of the Baltimore comedy competition is just days away and everyone from the show will be in attendance. Rob plans to solicit a younger crowd for Twitter followers at an upcoming show. Joe feels insulted by Marcus Certa. The former co-host of It's Mickey is starting her own podcast. When Sean Young gets irritated with Robby, Rob and Joe disagree on the next strategy he should take with her. Rob and Joe have a discussion about movies and how Rob has seen surprisingly few with Robin Williams.

 Aired Live Monday, August 4th at 7:30PM

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A Star is Björn

Posted in Comedy, Talk by robandjoeshow on July 30th, 2014

A segment on the TMZ television show seems to have been inspired by Rob and Joe. Rob believes he can do a better job than Robby of naming each week's episode. Robby may have been duped by the well-known actress with whom he is haggling. Joe explains that his relationship might be affected by moving too far and by dying his beard. Joe invites a much-discussed comedy neophyte on the show with the intention convincing him to give up his dream. Rob and Joe debate whether the film version of 50 Shades will be beneficial to men or a nuisance. Rob misses and opportunity to ingratiate himself to a black headliner comedienne and a new joke doesn't work as planned.

Aired Live Monday, July 28th at 7:30PM

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Larceny Case

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on July 23rd, 2014

Fans are divided on Joe's animal themed t-shirts. Rob, Joe and some friends are intoxicated at the Queen concert. Robby continues negotiations with a well-known film star. Brian McDaniel joins the show to talk about behind-the-scenes happenings at TMZ, dish dirt on various celebs, quiz Rob and Joe about their personal lives and relay an accusation toward one of them from a mutual 'friend'. When Joe consults Urban Dictionary in order to understand his younger social circle, it provides little help. Rob is a judge at the ironically named "Baltimore's Hot Body Contest". Joe is fascinated by a young man new to the local comedy scene.

Aired Live Monday, July 21st at 7:30PM

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Two Fingers and An Attitude

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on July 16th, 2014

Joe talks out of his butt about '24', the Lincoln Memorial, bare feet etiquette and other topics. Rob and Joe are going to a concert. Robby annoys a has-been Hollywood actress. Joe gets perturbed at an open mic show and takes it out on one of the younger performers. Rob and Joe argue about men and women's relative libidos. Someone new to comedy may be trading on something other than her comedic talents.

 Aired Live Monday, July 14th at 7:30PM

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Magic

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on July 9th, 2014

Rob feels a new listener has emerged as the most dedicated fan. Robby's girlfriend charms the family upon meeting them, but Rob and Joe question her knowledge of the language and culture. Joe picks on Robby for hostilely defending his opinion as fact. Rob is dismayed by Robby's claims of being overwhelmed when the show is actually posted early. Michael Chamberlin breaks down the positives and negatives of Rob's recently exhumed screenplay. When another wacky gig is offered locally, Rob and Joe conclude that Mike might be the man for the job. Rob provides updates on stories from past episodes and chronicles an unorganized comedy show where he was the sole performer. When his girlfriend binges on old Eddie Murphy movies, Rob finds fault with one of the plots.

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

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Losin’ It

Posted in Comedy, Talk by robandjoeshow on July 1st, 2014

Rob has no interest in joining the Robinson family and friends at the beach. Robby's perfectionist ways are under attack again. Joe gets testy with a comic as the burden of running the comedy competition grows. An email is distributed locally for another bizarre gig. Stunningly, Joe abandons his tried-and-true closing joke during two recent shows. Rob takes heat after getting in the middle of the feud discussed a week prior on the show. A stuttering comedian confides in Rob that he's nervous about performing at a stutterers conference. Joe continues to fall short when it comes to promoting the show.

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

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Casting Blame

Posted in Comedy, Talk by robandjoeshow on June 25th, 2014

The aftermath of the two recent TMOS appearances is discussed including one fan who appears to be binging on all 150 shows. Joe attends his nephew's birthday party and tries to be one of the kids. Joe's girlfriend makes a confession about their early interaction. Joe gets irritated by the ease of Rob's move. An attempt is made to congratulate a former guest by phone. Rob gets booked for another unusual gig. Rob and Joe spend the week trying to avoid the comedienne discussed at length on the previous episode. Robby finally has his day at the completely unfamiliar Asian-style Spa. Rob rediscovers a buried treasure during his move. Two friends of the show butt heads at a local comedy club.

Aired Live Monday, June 23rd at 7:30PM

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Boston Bombing

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on June 17th, 2014

Joe makes an effort to correct his bandwidth problems. Rob and Joe's World Cup Fever spawns a new hypothetical question and a comparison between MLS and WWE. A debate on It's Mickey makes Joe the target of some criticism. A friend of Joe's inadvertently insults her professor and is left with no ability to explain it to the woman. Joe has a lot to say about Rob and Mickey's recent show, and one comedienne's performance in particular. Robby is hit hard by a recent celebrity death. Rob is confused by the way Last Comic Standing is produced. A visitor at Joe's place wrecks his bathroom reenacting a past sexual escapade.

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

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