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Expedia Customer Service is the Worst Ever!

Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on March 12th, 2020

A pre-show conversation about the greatest male rock vocalists bleeds over when Rob and Joe crack the mics. Joe's long-awaited return to stand-up was last week, and his take-away is that he could be great again if he was willing to put time into working on some new premises he has. Rob is going to miss the much-anticipated Quiplash tournament that should prove to be an event for the ages. It appears that the Louis CK show Robby attended was being filmed for a future comedy special. Rob had a nightmare experience when he tried to redeem an airline ticket credit from the most popular travel booking website. Rob was nice to his fans in person this past week, but they will discover he was insincere if they listen to how he talks about them on this episode. Rob's stories from Tampa remind Joe of how he recently hurt a coworker with his joking. A friend reaches out during the show to get Rob's opinion on a "joke" he's written. Joe's youngest son tries his hand at stand-up.

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

Get to the End

Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on December 10th, 2019

Rob's recently started to enjoy cooking and he shares his recipes. Rob and Joe are popular with the kids. Rob guesses for what things Joe gave thanks this year. Rob has a strange hypothetical based on watching the National Geographic section on the hot new streaming service. Anxiety about the big dance number in the Christmas murder mystery is troubling Rob as the first show of the season gets closer. Joe would rather watch the game at home, but if he's going to watch the Ravens at the stadium, he is particular about his skybox seat.

Aired Live Monday, December 2nd  at 8:15PM

Dark and Scary

Posted in DefaultTag, Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on October 31st, 2019

Joe's wife sits-in on the show while he is called away for double-duty on 98 Rock. Rob gets screwed out of attending a star-studded evening. Rob and Joe's instincts were all wrong on the bet they placed last week. This leads to a discussion about television and the show Seinfeld. Katie defends against Joe's criticisms about her binging-watching ahead of him. Based on a recent visit to the movies, Katie has strong feelings about the next Batman. Rob and Katie consider which mythical creatures are the hottest and which vampire movies are the best. Joe and Katie have an idea for Halloween costumes that they can't really use. At the last murder mystery show, Tommy ate something not meant for human consumption. Rob is preparing for his Dry Bar Comedy debut. Katie gives her assessment of married life so far.

Recorded Monday, October 28th  at 7:00PM

Straw That Broke the Camels Back

Posted in DefaultTag, Comedy, Talk, Explicit, Rob Maher, Joe Robinson by robandjoeshow on September 22nd, 2019

Rob receives another unsolicited email from someone who wants to be part of DLP. Joe is going to get his Five Plated sign back from Winchester in a few weeks, but Katie may not allow it to be displayed in the house. Joe reveals whether or not the 98 Rock "fan" that he spotted at a baby shower returned to the Raven's broadcast area. Chris produces yet another one of his impressionist bits and sends it to Rob, who seems to be the only one (besides Erik) who actually thinks its worthwhile. A very contested debate on Twitter leads Rob to pose this same question about fast food on the show.

Recorded  Monday, September 16th  at 7:30PM


Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on September 19th, 2019

Rob, Joe and Robby apologize and explain what happened last week. Rob would like to do a third edition of the Scott Apple game, but that would put Joe in a weird position. Joe attends his rich buddy's party and is disappointed by the number of people he actually knows in attendance. Rob couldn't go to the party because he was in Syracuse where he met a comedian whose act and claims to fame were equally outrageous. Rob heard Joe's solo pre-game hour on the way back from New York, so they compare notes. Joe pulls back the curtain on the glamorous life of a sports broadcaster. Rob is still unsure about his appearance on Laughfinder after the fact, but he feels he was good at rolling the die.

Recorded Monday, September 16th  at 6:30PM

More Than She Bargained For

Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on August 29th, 2019

Joe starts the show by repeating a punchline that hits close to home. Jeff Goldblum is inching toward A-list status with his new Disney deal. Joe gives his review of a new movie starring a golden retriever. SPOILER ALERT! Rob has a Gramps story, but this one he heard at home, not from the man himself. Katie and Joe spent a day in Hershey and couldn't handle the rollercoasters nor believe the number of ugly people. A major beef that Katie has with Joe spills over on to the show. SNL announces their lineup for season 45 and Rob points to a couple of special nights, for one in particular he's sure Katie will want to set the DVR. Rob learns a lot about promotion and the definition of "curse word" from his black comedy colleagues. An inferior product and poor customer service do not deter Joe and Erik from being loyal customers to Five Plated Clothing. Although they both look forward to it, neither Rob nor Joe has tried the new Popeye's sandwich. Katie has major concerns about her rapidly aging husband. Die Laughing seems to be gaining a following finally in Annapolis, but Joe worries when he sees that the crowd skews older. Joe spots someone familiar at a baby shower who doesn't really want to admit to being a "fan".

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

A Dick Thing to Do

Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on August 14th, 2019

A suspicious story involving Alex Rodriguez is in the news. It seems that Joe's not allowed to interview Ray Lewis. Rob believes that some of the Ravens must know who Joe is.  He disagrees and then comments on Antonio Brown's helmet issue and personal safety. Rob is angry at a venue that canceled his spot for the upcoming weekend, and so is one fan/contributor who bought tickets. While performing with John Witherspoon at the DC Improv, Rob must play defense for the legend when a suspicious woman wants a formal introduction. When Joe's Five Plated T-Shirt is finally finished, he realizes that Chris has pulled a bait and switch. The former show announcer shares celebrity gossip with Rob. The Die Laughing cast was spoiled over the weekend with a luxury Airbnb and enormous pizza pies. Joe discovers that two of the dancers in the troupe are complaining about one of their numbers.

Aired Live Monday, August 12th  at 7:45PM

Blunt Questions

Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on April 30th, 2019

Rob visits the eye doctor for maybe the first time ever. Robby can't wait to make fun of Joe about an accident he had while shopping for shoes. Katie's bachelorette party happened over the weekend and one of the invited didn't look very tacky. An interesting night at a friend's 30th birthday party reveals the newest target of Joe's special brand of combined ridicule and fascination. A murder mystery over the weekend was a home run performance for an interesting audience at an unusual venue. Robby once again gets called out for his music selections at the show. Rob inquires as to Joe's plan for tanning pre-wedding and drinking at the resort. After being challenged in the chat room, Joe re-tells the story of the "fantasy football expert" from the podcast's early days. Joe has an encounter with some very lazy people using the electric scooters at Wal Mart. Rob meets a super helpful cashier at the Harris Teeter who he believes might be making the other shoppers think he has special needs.

Aired Live Monday, April 29th at 7:30PM

Love Language

Posted in DefaultTag by robandjoeshow on February 14th, 2019

Joe is making Valentines Day plans, but Rob is not. Die Laughing Productions celebrated Justin Schlegel's birthday by presenting him with a very special card. Show fixated on some older couples who seemed to be uneasy with some of the blue humor in the murder mystery show over the weekend. A local comic seems to fancy himself a musician; or does he? A Rob and Joe fan is selling "Five Plated" products and guess who is not happy about it. Rob forces himself to finish the two movies he wasn't enjoying, and episode #404 of the show from when he was absent. Joe and Rob have created the wrong culture when it comes to Die Laughing Production and can't go back now. Rob's two best friends meet each other for the first time. Rob complains about the Grammys. Joe discusses music today versus what was popular when he was young a long, long time ago.

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


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