Someone has a nasty mole story. And, we find out how Joe removed a "thing" from his nether regions. Joe gets old timey. Robby still won't sing at Die Laughing Productions' "Sing For Your Life". Joe has some radio stories. Rob is name dropping again with his "best pal". Captain Cupcake speaks out, and Joe takes issue. Gramps has another story you won't want to miss. Don't forget to brush your teeth!
When Marcus makes a revelation about his aging eyes, Rob and Joe discuss the realization of failing vision and the dangerous optometrist. Joe laments the struggle to get listeners for the Ravens post-game show. Rob wants a devoted fan’s power rankings to become a regular segment. A boxer’s biopic currently in theaters baffles Rob. Joe attends a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Apple where a big announcement is made. Robby speculates about the reason for Rob’s anxiousness surrounding the proposed viewing party and the conversation gets heated. The newest Gramps story is the best so far. Joe finds that a new game he is playing cannot be confined to its virtual world. Robby chastises Rob for not getting his celebrity friends to come on the show.
Aired Live Monday, September 19th at 7:30PM
The topics and clips revisited include the following:
Rob and Joe discuss starting a pet death pool, then a monetary offer for Robby's Cat. This leads to a conversation about disposing of Joe's landlord's cat (episode 179). Joe may have inadvertently created an unpleasant new nickname for himself (episode 177). Rob, Joe and Robby compare notes on discovering self-pleasure (episode 202). Joe invites a much-discussed comedy neophyte on the show with the intention convincing him to give up his dream (episode 155). Joe has an issue with Rob’s outgoing voicemail message(episode 201). The collision of Joe’s personal and professional life gets some closure when RJ Jackson joins the show (episode170). Joe hears a story from his often-mentioned coworker that sounds like a plot straight out of Seinfeld (episode 176). Enjoy two highlights from the second installment of the Scott Apple music quiz (episode200).
Aired Monday, September 12that 7:30PM
Rob is withholding gifts from his girlfriend to avoid eating outdoors. Regular season football is looming and that means the annual fantasy draft/poker night recap and Super Bowl predictions. Plus Joe is planning his 98 Rock post-game show without Rob’s input. Now that people have had a chance to hear Joe’s appearance on the Laughfinder podcast, he shares his thoughts on the final product. Rob sabotages Joe’s portion of the Ellicott City benefit show. The brother of a show P1 seems to be lobbying to override his sibling’s elite status. Things get awkward when Joe’s unintentionally tear-jerking inquiry of a friend is discussed and Rob misunderstands what is okay to reveal on the air. This leads to some unpleasant revelations. Rob is against Joe throwing a viewing party for his big upcoming TV debut.
Aired Live Monday, September 5th at 7:30PM
A bad experience in a parking lot leads to a comparison of grocery stores. Its clear that one local venue known for live music is ill-prepared to host stand-up comedy, and an all-white politically correct crowd doesn’t help matters. In an attempt to spare the feelings of someone personally close to him, Joe conceals his contempt for a TV show. Fans of Rob and Joe in far away Philadelphia come to see the murder mystery. Joe goes to Ellicott City to shoot a special video for the upcoming benefit show, but discovers that this is no easy task in a disaster area. Rob reads an email blast asking for a comic to perform at a private function, and the gig seems to fit a certain familiar someone. Joe gets backlash for his views expressed on The C4 show. Rob is on the defensive again for disregarding Joe on local television. A discussion about the late Gene Wilder turns into another barrage of crazy hypotheticals for Robby. Joe is recruited to help re-roof a house and again cannot be truthful about the predicament in which he finds himself.
Aired Live Monday, August 29th at 7:30PM
Rob starts the show exploring the disparity with Joe regarding favorite teams, which quickly devolves into full-fledged sports talk radio. Joe is pet sitting and that becomes part of the conversation when the animal interrupts the show. Memories from Joe’s childhood once again put Gramps on the defensive in chat. Rob and Joe both had very challenging stand-up comedy gigs recently. Rob appears on Great Day Washington, and forgets (chooses not to mention) someone very close to him both personally and professionally. When Joe stumbles upon a restaurant’s unfortunate karaoke night, Robby and his singing become the a topic again in a hypothetical of massive proportions. Even though his “most famous friend” invites him to be his opening act again, Rob is afraid to ask him for anything more. Rob goes over his time at one of the shows and Joe is furious hearing about the fight that ensues over it.
Aired Live Monday, August 22nd at 7:30PM
Robby loses his Chick-fil-A virginity and shares his thoughts. Someone claiming to be a “real comedian” leaves a personal attack in the review section of J-L’s new comedy album. Rob’s persistent dreams involving the murder mysteries seem to indicate that he has some doubts about Joe. With the Summer Olympics in full swing, Rob is fascinated by one athlete in particular and the fact that Robby has never watched an event in his life. A comprehensive review of the previous week’s closing song is posted on social media, and Rob poses a hypothetical question with respect to Robby’s interpretation. Joe accepts an invitation, but the true nature of the party is omitted. Gramps is now submitting material for the show. Rob revisits one of Robby’s peculiarities, discussed on the show a year ago, to get an update.
Aired Live Monday, August 15th at 7:30PM
The argument from the previous two shows finally has some closure. Katie exposes Restivo. Joe is forced to change his hairdresser after 15 years of going to the same woman. Even though no one can actually hear it for several weeks, Joe touts his successful appearance on the LaughFinder podcast. Robby has drafted his will and Joe thinks he should have included Marcus. Rob floats his theory that Ted Danson has perhaps had the greatest career ever in television. Rob and Joe reject the notion that strong female roles are a rarity in Hollywood. While out in public, Joe continues to agitate strangers he meets. A colleague is saturating the market with recordings of his stand-up material.
Aired Live Monday, August 8th at 7:30PM
Rob rekindles the heated topic from last week. Rob had a weird dream, but it is not as weird as his profile pic on Skype. Rob chastises Marcus (revisiting a discussion from episode 253) which leads to a revelations about sex in automobiles. Joe once again manages to antagonize shoppers in a checkout lane. Joe refuses to ever do prep for any podcast or radio show appearance. Someone makes an inquiry about buying scripts from Die Laughing Productions and Rob doesn’t like Joe’s attitude toward this potential business expansion. Squeegee kids are scaring Joe.
Aired Live Monday, August 1st at 7:30PM
This week, Robby blows up again. This time it's over Joe, or maybe Rob, not asking him to sing. Gramps is almost scammed. Rob shares some listeners shout-outs. Hear a clip from Justin, Scott, & Speigel on 98 Rock as they discuss a negative comment about Sing For Your Life the new murder mystery from Die Laughing Productions. The audio issue continue, but what will be done. Some political crap makes its way into the discussion. How many Corbins do you know? Mac Bergson is one of the biggest fans, but maybe not the best promoter.
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