Archive for December 2018

In Your Face

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 31st, 2018

Joe wrestles with himself over whether or not to talk about one holiday incident where Katie lost or misplaced a certain package. When Gramps sends a text to what he thinks is a customer's number, he gets a reply he did not expect. The new novel by Robby and Joe's uncle was a popular Christmas present in 2018. Joe gets a gift bonanza being on his future mother-in-law's Christmas list. The Die Laughing Production secret Santa gift exchange produced some extraordinary presents, but a portrait painted of Joe and Katie stood-out above all others. Rob still feels self-conscious about his own reaction when receiving gifts. Rob and Joe open gifts from Marcus on the air. Both the cast and the audiences were filled with the Christmas spirit for the final few murder mystery performances of the year and things got wild. Rob is traveling out of the country to perform on New Year's Eve, and Joe explains why he will never be allowed to do anything like that in the future. There will be no celebrating of the upcoming 400th show because Rob and Joe just don't think its a big deal. With the benefit of hindsight, some of Rob and Joe's worst moments from past shows are being reexamined and highlighted on Twitter. Erik gets a sex toy for Christmas.

Prerecored Wednesday, December 26th at 6:30PM

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#398 - A Hero Who Likes Gyros

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 19th, 2018

Rob has a new outgoing message he's sure will please Joe. Robby and Joe's uncle appears to have gotten a bump in sales on his new book based on the plug he received from the show. Rob and Joe call Erik again to hear about someone sabotaging his newest comedy project just for a laugh. A new Gramps-submitted story has everyone urging him to quit his job or retire. David Koechner provides a woman in need with a Christmas miracle and Rob is there to witness his generosity. A friend of a friend gets a spot on Rob's fantasy footfall league, comes in last and now won't pay his fee. After going to look at ice sculptures, Joe's future father-in-law lashes out at some women with whom he crosses paths. Michael Chamberlin takes Joe to task again, this time over one of Joe's favorite movies from this year. Katie finds a deadly creature inside the house.

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

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#396 - Oscar Night

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 12th, 2018

Inspired by a fan's comments, Rob starts the show talking about the merits of pita bread, followed by an update on his outgoing message. Robby takes a beating in the iTunes review section. Two Die Laughing cast members had trouble with their musical numbers over the weekend and one of them is called live to discuss the issue. Katie is not happy with J-L Cauvin's new nick name for her. Joe and Katie tell the story of how they lucked into getting a beautiful new rescue dog. Katie's father continues to challenge Joe and his objection to Christmas light projectors. A new drama on Bravo has piqued everyone's interest and lifted the profile of actor Eric Bana. Rob is eager to see reviews for Clint Eastwood's new film but he's unable to find any. Rob supports his colleague Kevin Hart's decision to quit the Oscars gig days after he was announced as the host. An exclusive clip of Marcus's radio play is heard and discussed. He then provides an update on his communications with Jim Amato. Chris Restivo has a new job.

Aired Live Monday, December 10that 7:30PM

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#395 - Orna-Mental

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 5th, 2018

Joe details how he celebrated his birthday which included some classic Gramps on display, and an activity Robby would have enjoyed had he been invited. During his time performing in Connecticut, Rob nearly commits to an all TGIFridays diet. While planning a Christmas light caper, Joe must point out the hypocrisy of one person who voices moral objections to the criminal plot. Joe gives his thoughts on some of the films he's seen in theaters recently. Marcus is confronted about his lack of communication with another person close to the show. Joe and Katie encounter a racial stereotype at the movies and have completely different reactions to the situation. Joe is confronted for a running joke he's been making behind someone's back. Joe critiques Katie's tree decorating and she doesn't take the feedback very well.

Aired Live Monday, December 3rd at 7:30PM

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