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Never Underestimate

Posted in Comedy, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on February 3rd, 2021

Joe and Gramps had a week of the worst arguments they've ever had leading Joe to think it's impossible to beat Gramps in an argument. Rob and Robby deal with some communication issues over Rob's Dry Comedy ad. Joe reads the poems that Gramps and Rob wrote for Tawanda. Can you guess who wrote which? The chat debates that plus which one is better. And did Rob even write his? The fellas debate which movie is more rewatchable between Road House, Taken, Rocky IV and the latest Rambo. And the debut of Jeremy Woodworth's latest song, "Gramps." 




Buy Used Panties

Posted in Comedy, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson, fifty shades of grey, olivia rodrigo, jessica kirson by robandjoeshow on January 27th, 2021

Robby grades Rob's editing once again. Tawanda has gotten into the Fifty Shades of Grey movies and thinks Rob could learn a thing or two from them. Katie joins the show and puts a price tag on her panties. Gramps reads another poem he wrote. This time it isn't as warm and fuzzy. Who is on the Mount Rushmore of Ben's? Joe reminisces about Guitar Hero and defends his recent Twitter activity. Rob gushes over a teenage pop star and her song about heartbreak. 




The Scooter Strikes Again

Posted in Comedy, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on January 20th, 2021

Robby grades Rob's first time editing the show. Joe reads a Yelp review for a restaurant that sounds like classic Robby. Gramps reads the poem he wrote for Mac Bergson's wife. Jeremy Woodworth joins the show but isn't sure which show exactly. Joe gets angry that people blame his tweet on the Ravens loss. Is the Purple Power Hour over forever for Rob and Joe? And which person related to the show is most likely to become a serial killer? 




Crackin and Jackin

Posted in Comedy, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on January 13th, 2021

Rob has another crush on an actress that resembles Katie. We debate an idea for Gramps that involves the listeners. Robby had a busy first week at his new job but he still had time to predict this season's winner of The Bachelor. Joe is upset at Gramps for taking a shot at him about raking leaves as a child. Rob, Joe and Katie makes friends with a stranger at a bar. We give our favorite Madonna songs. You'll never guess Robby's. And Rob's Dry Bar Comedy Special is finally here. 




Experiencing Homelessness

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on January 9th, 2021

A brand new season of The Bachelor debuts on Monday and someone in chat asks about Robby picking the winner again. Rob writing one of Joe's segments for the Ravens pre-game show is really working and last weekend's collaboration was the best so far. Joe cites examples of how Gramps can never truly relax. When his father-in-law acts irresponsibly, Joe jumps at the opportunity to needle Frank about his mistake. Mac shares a story where his son was critical of something said on the show. Someone who attended the New Year's Eve comedy show was determined to get Tawanda's phone number. Rob "borrows" the premise of another comedian's joke to open his set. Erik and Dr. Gil have written similarly titled songs dedicated to what's happened this past year. Rob and Joe were both unfollowed recently on social media, each by a different person.

Aired Live Monday, January 4th at 5:30PM




Old Maskless

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 30th, 2020

With Joe subbing for Justin all week on the morning show, Gramps was a big topic of conversation on 98 Rock. The Robinsons had a small Christmas celebration with some of the family absent due to Covid fears. Christmas gifts were abundant, but some people received a lot more of the wealth than others. Joe is spending New Year's at the family's condo in Ocean City which is in the midst of being redecorated. Joe had to complete a frightening task as part of a game. In response to last week's show, J-L demonstrates that he can be unbiased when it comes to the governor of New York. Rob gets invited to a New Year's Eve party by a fan. Joe enjoys watching some Brown's fan disappointment in their team. Katie joins to show to defend herself as she seems to be controlling her husbands wardrobe.

Aired Live Monday, December 28th at 5:30PM




He’s A Liar

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 23rd, 2020

Everyone associated with the show is admiring their Christmas card from Mac Bergson, and one person actually received two. Joe gets admonished unfairly by someone on the 98 Rock morning show. Joe credits Rob on the air for writing a Ravens Game Day segment, but Rob thinks there is an ulterior motive. A horrible show from the DC Universe is Joe's new binge addiction. A new HBO documentary about the Bee Gees has Joe feeling enraged. Shockingly Rob co-hosted afternoon drive with someone unfamiliar with the music of the great Smokey Robinson. The notorious "millennial comedian" has reemerged with a new storyline. The final performance of A Merry Murder Mystery on Sunday featured a gingerbread house that became the focal point for some audience-participation fun.

Aired Live Monday, December 21st at 5:30PM




The Crocodile, The Mushroom and the Gazelle

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 17th, 2020

Joe and Katie are intermittent fasting and find it to be an inconvenient way to lose weight. With their own exercise equipment in storage, the alternatives in Gramps house don't seem like a viable option. Joe invites Gramps on the air to understand why he is gifting part of a favorite food stash to Rob. Joe explains why his life is so terrible right now. Rob has several upcoming comedy shows, but the majority of them are on Zoom. When Rob arrived at the club for one recent booking, it was not at all what he was expecting. This leads to Rob and Joe discussing the merits of Wild 'n Out and The Masked Singer.

Recorded Sunday, December 13th at 11:30AM




All Time Low

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on December 3rd, 2020

Joe recounts his many moves in the past eight years and the number of places from which the show has emanated. Gramps provides some grades and gives very high marks except to one recent guest's appearance. Rob and Joe are full of skepticism regarding the goalie turned placekicker for Vanderbilt. Someone recognizes Joe from his voice. Thanksgiving was different this year in the Robinson house, and Joe puts his foot in his mouth later that day with Katie's family. Rob has a backyard gig with Dr. Gil that surpassed expectations. Rob has an idea about a new Mike Chamberlin theme song, plus last week's topic regarding songs about an animal is revisited. The ongoing discussion about the strange times some NFL games are being played leads to talk about intellectual property and unfair recording contracts.

Aired Live Monday, November 30th at 6:30PM




BFFDP

Posted in Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on November 28th, 2020

Rob and Joe are curious how to approach their Monday night Ravens show and what listeners will be most interested in hearing from them now. Joe was so inspired by Jeremy and his disgusting tale of infestation, that he created his own song. While watching a movie Joe sees an actress who looks familiar, and this leads him to memories of his first R-rated movie experiences. Joe describes a man he saw at the wedding he attended last week who has a history with his wife. Joe hears some news that could potentially effect the scheduled holiday murder mystery. Rob riles-up some 98 Rock listeners during a conversation with a former Ravens' tight end who Joe just happens to be targeting as his new best friend. Someone close to Restivo seems to be holding a grudge. Joe is worried about what Gramps might say to a new guest for Thanksgiving. Joe discusses Katie's taste buds and a hot pepper eating competition.

Aired Live Monday, November 23rd at 5:30PM





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