Archive for January 2016

Mike Anderson’s Remnants

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

Once again Rob leaves town for a gig, leaving his girlfriend to do the heavy lifting. Joe’s sudden move becomes complicated by the blizzard. Robby’s “Bachelor” fantasy league picks seem a little too good. Rob is eager to impress Marcus with his performance at Mohegan Sun and gets treated like he’s important hanging with his new celebrity friend. Joe explains why being provided with a driver and a hotel room as an essential employee for a top market radio station is not as glamorous as it sounds. A DC theatre website’s feature article on someone close to the show provides for some entertaining reading.

Aired Live Monday, January 25th at 7:30PM

Old Jokes

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on January 20th, 2016

The show begins with a conversation about the passing of Glenn Frey and his legacy, and then Rob makes it weird. Marcus has some questions about audience etiquette for the upcoming Mohegan Sun comedy show he plans to attend. Joe’s ego requires that he rub elbows with audience members after he performs well, but this practice backfires when one woman approached him at a recent show. Rob wonders if Joe is doing a satisfactory job of plugging their projects. Rob and Joe agree with a new study’s conclusion that comedians, as a group, demonstrate psychotic tendencies. Rob is confused by the overnight stardom of an actor. Marcus is finally called-out for  screwing around the show ending music. Joe has a coincidence involving a professional hula hooper.

Aired Live Monday, January 18th at 7:30PM

Great At Lines

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on January 13th, 2016

Rob ingratiating himself with a well-known actor/comedian leads to a prime casino gig. Joe, feeling pressure to complete the next murder mystery script, works on it without Rob who is not thrilled about it. Joe rails against those who would make snap judgments about a person’s bigotry. The two recent examples he cites of those wrongly maligned are Sylvester Stallone and Joe himself. Robby shows his competitive side. Joe is very pleased with himself and brags about his public mocking of the Vikings’ crushing loss. Mike Chamberlin submits his version of the now infamous rant. The recent murder mystery show at the DC Improv was a huge success in spite of Joe picking an audience member to participate could barely read. Nothing goes right for Rob during his recent trip to perform at the Incirlik Air Base in Turkey.

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


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