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.
Rob and Joe complete an exhausting week of murder mystery shows. Some attendees make the show better while others do not, including Gramps who takes “audience participation” a bit too far. A listener inspires Rob to revisit a hypothetical from an early episode. Joe tries to call the man who gave Pauly Shore a lift from Albany to NYC. Joe is compelled to revisit the difficulties he had during his stint on WBAL when his former producer’s recollection does not match the version from episode 23 told immediately after the fact. Rob is skeptical about how Joe’s humor will work when he appears on the new LaughFinder podcast. Rob and Joe debate whether or not they should have Robby sing during one of the upcoming murder mystery shows.
Aired Live Monday, July 18th at 7:30PM
The listeners have made their final decision about whether or not Restivo will be returning to the show. Mickey Cucchiella has an perplexing event scheduled. Joe received a gift in the mail from a fan. During a trip to Wal Mart, Joe gets really heated about a woman and her groceries. Gramps is saying questionable things, but still closing the deal. Pauly Shore is much friendlier than he was the last time Rob opened for him, and a lot is revealed. Rob has a great weekend with Die Laughing Productions in Albany without Joe. Also highlighted in this episode; virtual reality gaming crazes and Rob's slow internet.
Aired Live Monday, July 11th at 7:30PM
Joe has stories from another recent concert which includes some thoughts on handicap privilege and folding chair fashion. More murder mystery shows scheduled within one month than ever before is cause for excitement, but also stress. Joe assists with someone’s special birthday surprise. A topic on TMOS gets Rob and Joe talking about the proper attire for (and what defines) a comedian. The return of a certain local open mic’er to the show is up for discussion again. Several friends are starting podcasts of their own. Rob and Joe have mixed feelings. Rob learns about ultramarathons at a corporate gig, and has thoughts on Robby’s contribution to the show. Robby has some thoughts of his own on a frequent O'Mearacast guest.
Monday, July 4th at 7:30PM
Michael Chamberlin finally returns to the show and is immediately subjected to an analysis from Joe regarding his sex life. Rob suggests that maybe Mike should be more embarrassed for being personally ignored (and ultimately disappointed) when the honors for local theater were bestowed. The funeral of a well-known balloon artist touches Mike. He also shares more of his adventures at the public library and goes toe-to-toe with a real film critic, US Weekly’s Mara Reinstein. Joe reports on his 30-year high school reunion.
Aired Live Monday, June 27th at 7:30PM
Rob and Joe discuss Lebron James the results of the NBA Finals. Joe hears breaking news about the arrest of a radio rival. Both Rob and Joe are fill-ins on 98 Rock this week and two topics emerge from the morning show; wolf shirts and toilet overflow. A listener offers to sleep with each of the two hosts and offer her opinion about which one is the better lover. Rob wonders who committed the greater faux pas by not arriving with donuts to the murder mystery rehearsal. One of the cast members is outspoken about his rocky relationship. Rob would like to see Joe be a little less humble at his 30-year high school reunion. Joe shares thoughts on alligator merchandise and Gramps.
Aired Live Monday, June 20th at 7:30PM
Rob accidentally marches in the gay pride parade. Another death in the news has particular significance. Joe discusses his sons’ finances. Rob observes a once top-tier comedian’s shrinking popularity. What begins as a counterpoint to Marcus’s proposed theory about Rob being the better lover turns into a salacious conversation. Rob and Joe take of sex quiz to get closure, but it seems more will have to be done. Gramps was deeply troubled by some things said on last week’s show. After attending a yearly party hosted by a 98 Rock staffer, Joe returns with tales to tell. Rob judges a comedy contest in Virginia Beach and is stunned by a veteran comic’s performance.
Aired Live Monday, June13th at 7:30PM
Another loss of a legend in 2016 has Rob and Joe speculatingabout the biggest potential celebrity deaths. Rob and Joe wonder how they mightpiggyback off the live TMOS show announced for November. Joe hosts a big group (includingRob and his girlfriend) during a weekend jaunt to Ocean City,and many tales emerge. Rob observed Joe really enjoying himself and letting goof his inhibitions. At a recent comedy show, Rob recruits an audience member toplay a prank on a drunk patron who’d already made his exit.
Aired Live Monday, June 6th at 7:30PM
His son just graduated high school, but Joe doesn’t think congratulations are really in order for this level of accomplishment. Robby and his girlfriend were under scrutiny by everyone attending the Hall and Oates show. Rob is blindsided by yet another shocking revelation about one of his girlfriend’s former lovers. Robby and Joe test Rob’s Disney movie knowledge when its revealed that he is woefully ignorant about a commonly-known character. Gramps has been up to his old tricks and everyone is brimming with tales of his antics from the week past. Rob, Joe and others will be spending some close personal time together in tight quarters while in Ocean City for a 98 Rock remote. Joe recalls a childhood memory from the beach that leads to a simultaneously revolting and hilarious discussion.
Aired Live Monday, May 30th at 7:30PM
When a new “improved” platform is put to the test live, the results are mixed. There are some concerns about this weekend’s concert outing. Marcus is under fire at the moment and Rob and Joe are unintentionally piling-on. Rob discovers that he really doesn’t love comedy. Joe shares his thoughts on spoilers and then tries to provoke Robby. Joe helps Rob examine the evidence to determine who has violated his tablet. This leads to quizzing Marcus in an effort to determine his level of dislike for Trump. Rob’s bachelor party boat gig is not what he imagined. Rob and Joe discuss the debut of their next murder mystery.
Aired Live Monday, May 23rd at 7:30PM
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