Some money is still on the table left there from a long-forgotten bit, but Rob and Joe are unsure of who the rightful owner is. Rob and Joe pay tribute to the listener (and former reservist) known as “Eric the Actor”, whose untimely passing revealed the man’s true identity. Joe’s former radio partner owes a debt of gratitude to Robby after landing a morning show in a top 5 market. Another former 98 Rock employee also announces a new on-air gig. Joe on the other hand, is losing a show. Two people well-known to listeners meet, and form an instant connection based on their love of breaking Joe’s balls. Tiger Woods’ recent arrest leads to an analysis of the most colossal celebrity downfalls. A friend/former landlord is feeding Joe a wealth of stats to further taint Robby’s Bachelorette fantasy record. Rob loses an audience by making fun of one of its members, and then another begs to be the target of his jokes as some kind of foreplay. Rob runs into the women to whom he lost his virginity and claims she is still as good looking as she was in high school. Rob details an emcee’s recent performance whom Joe told to quit comedy many years ago. A Walgreens cashier’s choice of vacation spots is questionable. Joe is being punished for the behavior of one of his kids and Marcus is outraged.
Aired Monday, May 29th at 7:30PM