#273 - Eat My Squirrel!

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on December 6th, 2016

The group assembled for Joe’s birthday party makes the Medieval Times staff nervous. Rob offers some hypotheticals to Robby and Joe regarding things they might be willing to sacrifice in order to shave off a few years. Die Laughing Productions traveled to Philadelphia and then Winchester, where a cast member almost loses the audience at one show with an impromptu musical performance. Joe is still having co-host trouble on the Raven’s post-game show. Jeremy Woodworth and Chris Restivo submit their audition tapes for the job. Rob makes an announcement about a new project in the works for true fans of the show. Gramps is relentlessly flirting with a young comedienne on Facebook. When Tommy Sinbazo’s fiancé insists on turning a simple camping trip into a survival challenge, Joe balks at the idea.

Aired Live Monday, December 5th at 7:30PM

 

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#272 - Turning 50. Ouch!

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 28th, 2016

Without Rob, the Ravens post game show is a struggle for Joe. Robby has a milestone birthday and delivers his Last Will to Joe. The hotel where Robby had two bad experiences reaches out to him. The Secret Santa name drawing is declassified. Joe has a birthday in a few days too, and his girlfriend’s gift to him is tickets to a concert in Pennsylvania with a large over-sixty crowd. Rob hosts Thanksgiving at the new house, and the Robinson’s annual tradition continue. The market for stuttering comedians is wide open. Rob tries some new material and almost derails his set. Since Rob is too busy to co-host the post-game on 98 Rock, some interesting substitutes are presented to Joe.

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

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High on the Hog

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 23rd, 2016

Rob makes a guess as to Robby’s opinion on last week’s show. Rob and Joe test Chris Restivo’s math skills. The Gramps stories keep coming, but is the quality in decline? Joe has new tales about his co-worker Scott Apple including one about his love for Star Wars. This leads to some frank commentary about disappointing movie franchises. Rob meets interesting people where ever he goes, and the Florida Keys are no exception. Rob has an idea for a new business that plays to the strengths of three people close to the show. Joe and Robby are competing to achieve the most steps per day, and as usual one is suspected of cheating. Robby finds himself in an awkward position with a politically incorrect medical professional. Rob wants to do a show gift exchange with a lot of rules and Joe is confused.

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

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#270 - Who’s Laughing Now?

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 16th, 2016

Following Robby’s reported food poisoning, Rob and Joe have a spontaneous disagreement about the definition of the word food. Rob and Joe give their post election commentary and a critique of SNL with Dave Chappelle. A fellow comedian’s dwindling gimmick/affliction leads to some deep questions. Marcus’s home life is affected by the election results which inspires some ‘Rob & Joe’ style hypothetical questions. A listening writes to Rob and Joe with some questions about Chris Restivo and his connection to the show. Joe makes a plea to black women following audience reaction to the most recent murder mystery show. Rob is waiting for the phone to ring after his big TV appearance.

Tuesday, November 15th at 7:30PM

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#269 - The Leftovers

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 10th, 2016

Joe makes new friends on the ship, but returns from this trip vowing never to go on another cruise. Rob underestimates the volume of trick-or-treaters in his new neighborhood and gets a visit from the “mafia”. In spite of an otherwise triumphant week for Rob, he still has disappointments with regard to the Comedy Central website and an NPR interview. A cousin of a famous comedian in clamoring to represent Rob.

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

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Double Down

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 3rd, 2016

Erik Woodworth joins the show while Joe is in the middle of the ocean. In his absence, there is a lot of speculation about Joe’s behavior on the boat with Katie. Part of Erik’s anatomy has a good side, and it’s appeared in countess photos. It’s Halloween night and Erik’s kids are anxious for daddy to be done recording a podcast. Not surprisingly, Rob and Erik’s costumes share the same origin. Erik talks about his brother, who is an interesting character to say the least. Rob’s debut on Comedy Central is just days away and he’s having nightmares about it. Redskins fans are torturing themselves each week watching their team play, and Rob’s great tweet about the tie game gets no love. Erik loves all things Walking Dead and defends the show. Bill Murray receiving the Mark Twain prize this week leads to several ideas for more remakes with the cast of the new Ghostbusters.

Monday, October 31st at 5:30PM

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#267 - Walking Dead Spoilers!

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on October 24th, 2016

Astonishingly Joe repeats the same mistake that lead to one of the biggest blow-ups ever on the show. Rob must defend his pop culture knowledge when its discovered that he is oblivious to one of the original McDonaldland characters. One participant from the audience nearly derails a recent murder mystery show. Gramps is getting forgetful. Rob, Joe and Robby review the Walking Dead season premiere, and two out of three liked it. King Larry inexplicably boots Marcus from the Game of War alliance.

Aired Live Monday, October 24th at 7:30PM

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#266 - Don’t Mess With The Robinsons

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on October 18th, 2016

Joe and some friends swap creepy stories on the way to a haunted house. When the new Bethesda comedy venue struggles to manage the patrons, Rob saves the day. Even though the murder mystery in Syracuse goes well, Joe gets a report that there’s a problem with a member of the cast. The Robinson brothers don't take any crap, but someone else does Joe’s dirty work while Robby takes matters into his own hands. Joe’s ordeal leads to a conversation about cleanliness and the level it takes to deter someone from fulfilling carnal desires. Joe makes a few mistakes during the Ravens post-game show and Rob can’t wait to highlight them. Gramps gets hassled by the cops. Chris Restivo leaves Joe a voicemail. Rob and Joe view Amy Schumer’s social media posts with skepticism. A notorious name is back in the news and Rob and Joe dare to speak it.

Aired Live Monday, October 17th at 7:30PM

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#265 - Gramps’ Sexy Photos

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on October 12th, 2016

Rob worries about doing the next murder mystery show in Syracuse without Joe and the usual full cast. Robby has his own cast for the previously discussed Rob and Joe sitcom. Rob and Joe report on Phil’s wedding and their moves on the dance floor. Robby has a connection with Rob's new award show gig. Rob and Joe pat each other on the back for this week’s post-game broadcast. The show’s former announcer is having bet regret. Robby makes the annual trip to West Virginia, but this years reunion included a new activity that was directly inside his wheelhouse. Joe receives some of the sexy photos from Gramps. Joe is faced with a difficult hypothetical involving tattoos.

Aired Live Monday, October 10th at 7:30PM

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#264 - Rob’s Proposal

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on October 5th, 2016

Robby is absent this week, but the fear remains. Gramps tops himself with his latest Facebook post and Joe has a brand new tale from him. Rob thinks that the characters associated with the show could make a great TV sitcom and solicits Joe’s help in casting it. Joe refuses to remove Rob from his endless friends-group text stream. Joe thinks that his virtual friend King Larry is starting to behave like a dictator, and decides its worth another try calling him on the show. Rob has a gig that promises to be very long and tedious. Rob and Joe are both attending a wedding and one of them is stressed about his gift to the bride and groom.

Monday, October 3rd at 7:30PM

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