Core Workout

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on January 28th, 2015

Rob’s girlfriend surprises him with a gift meant to improve his life. Robby and Rob’s girlfriends both have thoughts on the discussion last week about selling one’s beloved pet. Doing the show with a live audience and a new spin-off concept are both proposed. Rob and Joe aren’t accustomed to having so many fans and may need to adjust their dealings with them at live appearances. Rob and Joe share both good and bad memories of being trapped indoors by snow. Joe offers more advice to Chris Restivo and a new bit is proposed based on his apparent extreme lack of movie knowledge. A friend of Joe’s is asked a troubling question by his fiancé. The emails from Rob and Joe’s perpetual tormenter are again coming more frequently. Rob takes responsibility when a comedy show that he books takes a bad turn.

  Aired Live Monday, January 26 at 7:30PM

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Gone Cat

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on January 21st, 2015

Paraphrasing MLK as part of a joke proved to be problematic for Rob in the early days of his comedy career. Rob and Joe site examples of comedians arriving at the exact same joke. This leads to a discussion about awkward greetings and Howie Mandel. Rob feels weird when he incorrectly makes an assumption regarding the age of a young lady attending his show. Rob runs into an old friend who is now a DJ at a strip club. A bet between Rob and Joe on the outcome of the NFL season proves turbulent. Joe and his girlfriend accidentally anger and entire bar full of people. Robby balks when a large monetary offer is floated for his cat.

Aired Live Monday, January 19 at 7:30PM

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Bigots or SUPER-Bigots?

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on January 14th, 2015

Joe feels uneasy when he must do the show from what is basically a heavily-guarded vault. Joe gives some examples of what an inconsiderate roommate he is. Robby is on the hot seat again. The announcement of some new Girl Scout cookie flavors leads to a survey of all-time favorite desserts. A story from Joe’s personal life illustrates one of the essential differences between men and women. Comedian and writer Jim Meyer joins the show to defend his desire to not offend his most sensitive female readers. A friend of the show is revealed to be pretty sensitive himself in a late-night message to Joe. The gross details of a 60 Minutes correspondent’s extramarital affair are discussed. The show Super Bowl picks are re-evaluated now that season is coming to a close.

 Aired Monday, January 12 at 7:30PM

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Uncle F@&%

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on January 7th, 2015

A far-fetched movie premise actually doesn’t seem that outrageous to Rob when he considers the impending nuptials of someone close to the show. A moniker in the chat room prompts and accounting of “black friends”. Joe reprimands Chris Restivo for his Facebook activity. Robby is knee-deep in reality programming with many of the returning shows. Rob and Joe question his judgment when it comes to entertainment, and are surprised to hear that he may no longer participate in a fantasy league he’d previously dominated. Joe boasts about the accuracy of his predictions regarding moviegoers feelings on some recent releases. As the moment approached, there were some second-thoughts surrounding the plan for Joe to meet his girlfriend’s father. Joe may have inadvertently created an unpleasant new nickname for himself. Joe is appalled by a columnist and fellow comic who he feels is being extreme in his political correctness.

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

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Dumped in 45 Days

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on December 24th, 2014

The show has grown substantially during its first year on the MORE network. Robby is known to go to great lengths when he feels he is wronged by any company, Rob and Joe dissect a recent example. Not surprisingly, a meeting of the minds can’t seemed to be reached with the person attached to a much-discussed podcast project. Joe’s girlfriend is the butt of some jokes at a recent roast, and he is nervous about the impending encounter with her father. Joe hears a story from his often-mentioned coworker that sounds like a plot straight out of a Seinfeld episode. Joe gets an education in geek culture in a super geeky way. Rob appears on local TV in Hampton Roads and has instant chemistry with one of the hosts. Joe is excited about an upcoming radio event and that leads to some reminiscing about his old 98 Rock show. When a famous athlete gets publicly outed for his bad behavior on Twitter, Rob sees a potential trend. A drunk patron makes a very loud and badly-timed exit at one of Rob’s comedy shows.

Aired Live Monday, December 22 at 7:30PM

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The 100% Clean, Righteous Penis

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

At back to back office Christmas party performances, Rob’s comedy is disrupted by women who dislike him. Rob and Joe stirred-up some trouble with their unrelenting tormentor. Coincidentally he was discussed on yet another podcast recently in an unflattering comparison, additionally he expresses his desire to start his own show (with the help of Robby) in one of his many emails. A big fan of the show has saved an extraordinary amount of vacation time and Rob and Joe ponder how he might use it.

 Monday, December 15 at 7:30PM

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The Rich and The Homeless

Posted in Comedy, Talk by robandjoeshow on December 10th, 2014

Joe quizzes Rob about his ability to handle the early schedule of doing morning radio. Joe travels to Florida on a business retreat. Rob buys a new car. Rob and Joe are quick to list all the reasons why Robby would never be the person to call for last-minute help. While The First Annual Maryland Music Awards were a big success, Joe’s appearance was really not. Rob scrutinizes the comedy stylings of Marc “Skippy” Price based on his recent show with the former TV actor. When the deluded joketeller gets a feature in an Indian online publication, Rob and Joe can’t help but discredit him once again.

Aired Live Monday, December 8th at 7:30PM

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In Lieu of Flowers, Send Bourbon

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on December 3rd, 2014

Rob and Joe disagree about whether or not their Thanksgiving celebrations should have been combined at Gramp’s house. The club’s management was not happy about the heavily-promoted guest performer at the Thanksgiving Eve show. Joe anticipates both the tension and joy that will result in the inevitable death of his landlord’s cat. Recent birthdays and the holidays prompt an in-depth discussion about what should be considered a fitting gift. When Rob’s car predictably breaks down, he takes an interesting trip with the tow truck driver. Joe and Robby try to guess with what 80’s sitcom star Rob will perform. Rob makes fun of one new gig Joe has secured, and tries to strip him of another. An article claiming a new grooming trend for young women is simultaneously enticing and repulsive to Joe.

Aired Live Monday, December 1st at 7:30PM

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Wrong Thing To Do

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 26th, 2014

Rob broadcasts live for the first time from the new studio and shares his thoughts on it as well as Robby’s new house overall. Rob and his girlfriend won’t join the Robinson Thanksgiving after all. Joe meets the new 98 Rock GM. Rob and Joe participate in some social media altercations. Joe recommends the wrong comedians for one show in particular. Rob and Joe wonder if a new form of male birth control will be successful. Budweiser’s new marketing campaign leads to a whole analysis of how products should and should not be advertised. Joe attends his first murder mystery dinner theater.

Aired Live Monday, November 24th at 7:45PM

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Where There’s Smoke…

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on November 19th, 2014

Joe and Charles Manson apparently have a lot in common. Allegations against Bill Cosby lead to a deep conversation about celebrity controversies. Rob and Joe scoff at Jerry Seinfeld’s odd personal confession from a recent interview. Joe must appear on Baltimore morning radio to defend the show once again. Anticipation grows for one performer’s potential guest set at the big Thanksgiving Eve show. An eventful evening at Cacao Lane includes an in-person meeting with last week’s show guest. Joe demonstrates his ability to predict if a movie will be good or not. An interview with two celebrity teenagers is deservedly the subject of ridicule. An Australian television host’s on-air protest is deemed unimpressive. Joe is forced to address his poor living conditions when his landlord refuses to take action himself.

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

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