Archive for February 2020

Mistimed

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on February 18th, 2020

Rob feels that Presidents' Day is perhaps the worst holiday, especially among the three-day weekends. Rob and Joe hang out at the neighborhood biker bar before the show. An understaffed comedy club had a major impact on two sold-out murder mystery shows, but among the cast the burden fell primarily on Rob. Some fun at an audience member's expense causes real problems for one couple. Joe is indignant over some mints and people thinking dinner isn't the best meal. Justin tries a new bit while doing stand-up that wasn't necessarily well-received by the audience, but that will be discussed for years to come. Rob and Joe debate a hypothetical about a comedian who has just one killer joke. Joe went to a matinee of Wicked with his father-in-law and was very envious of the production values. Joe has an awkward moment in the tanning room at his gym. Rob caught-up with a certain comedienne at a gig who had some feedback on Gramps' Facebook comments. Rob thinks J-L is sounding a bit crazy and Joe of course agrees.

Recorded Monday, February 17th  at 5:00PM




Not the Man I Married

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on February 12th, 2020

His dog is overweight and now misbehaving, but only Joe is allowed to say so. While a rehearsal was happening for the murder mystery, Rob had a prior commitment and couldn't be there to keep everyone on task. Joe has made a lot of plans for the next few weeks and he's paranoid about catching whatever Katie has. Robby has a hypothetical question for Joe about his duties picking audience members to play roles. Katie has thoughts about the dating pool available to her after Joe's passing. There may be an update about Restivo's ban status, but Rob and Joe can never seem to get a straight answer out of him when he's pressed on the air. Rob attempts to talk about the Best Picture winner while Joe interrogates Chris via text. Joe attends another party where the other guests are all much younger than him, and makes it his mission to not to be left standing alone. Rob is reminded of a interaction he once had with the girl who faked cancer from episode 191. Rob censored one of Gramps' stories because he thought it might be too politically incorrect for the air.

Aired Live Monday, February 10th  at 7:30PM




Hot Amish F#¢%

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher by robandjoeshow on February 6th, 2020

Rob gets off to a rough start because Joe is correcting him and the chat is trolling him. This leads him to talk about a weird heckle he received over the weekend. Joe hears a comedian saying something very similar to comments he's made on the show. Rob must sub for a comedy tour who undermined their own club dates. Joe wonders if Rob's famous friend from Kansas City remembers their previous Super Bowl appearance. Rob and Joe have a new fan after last week's show. While Joe eavesdrops on a conversation in a restaurant, Katie is stressed that he might blurt out his own thoughts about what the man is saying. On the heels of Sunday's game, Rob and Joe talk about The Star-Spangled Banner and possible future half-time acts. When Robby points to a possible political statement from the show, Joe goes on a rant about social media. Tawanda celebrates a birthday and Gramps is all over it. Once again Joe, intending to do something nice for Katie, fails because he doesn't know where he is. Joe has consented to participate in a live event for Erik's podcast, but isn't as agreeable on the movie he's required to watch.

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





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