Archive for December 2016

Bunn Son

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

The year is almost over, but the 2016 celebrity death toll is still rising. One of Joe’s sons is now collecting vinyl, and he gets more than probably wanted from his Uncle Robby for Christmas. Meanwhile Joe is inundated with wolf gifts and Rob thinks he should gain more wolf knowledge. The former show announcer has his own ideas about being a Redskins fan and what it means to have a successful night at poker. The Christmas gift exchange items are revealed on the air. Rob and Tawanda decided it was too much trouble to go to Gramps’ house and do it in person like everyone else. Joe’s gift from Rob is meant to be a gag, but it seems as though it will be the one that keeps on giving. Gramps lends his poetry and announcing talents to the show. Joe boasts about his appearance with Rob on Friday’s 98 Rock morning show. Rob announces how listeners can participate in the show’s Bachelor fantasy league.

Aired Live Monday, December 26th at 7:30PM

Driving Miss JoJo

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit by robandjoeshow on December 22nd, 2016

When Rob describes losing power for five hours before show time, we learn just how inept he is around the house. After considering how much more important his cell phone is when he was without electricity, the conversation turns to technology and comparing Gramps’ grasp of it to that of the Amish. Joe is looking forward to the day when humans don’t have to drive their own cars anymore, or a least the day he’s wealthy enough for someone else to do it. Joe attends a celebrity-filled party where he speculates about his fame ranking among the guests. Once again, he may also have offended someone. The popularity of Bachelor fantasy leagues is really growing. Rob and Joe perform at an office holiday party for good money, then can’t help but gossip about the employees on the show. Joe has a good experience playing a new game on the post-game show, but when he dared to play again off the air there were grave consequences. Robby is preparing for another houseguest coming from overseas, this time for an extended visit.

Aired Live Monday, December 19th at 7:30PM

#274 - My Black Friend, Phil.

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

The mysterious black friend Robby claims to have is discussed again when he gets mentioned just before show time. Rob is frustrated that his cooking skills don’t seem to be improving, and are possibly getting worse. After watching the Eagles documentary, Rob compares their internal creative struggles to himself and Joe. A new venue for the murder mystery shows is not exactly as advertised and presents a host of issues including one very special audience member. Joe is surprised to learn that his girlfriend’s father has an interest in musical theater. There is speculation about the selection process for ‘The Bachelor’ contestants. A new story in the Gramps series unveils the time he once brought a gun to a knife fight. Someone in the MORE family threatens Marcus.

Aired Live Monday, December 12th at 7:30PM


#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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