• 2/19/18

    R&J #347 – Malcolm in the Middle

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    When the murder mystery goes out of town, planning the travel with certain cast members can be nerve-wracking. Tommy and Erik’s shared passion helps to reunite a broken family. There are plenty of hi-jinks among the Die Laughing Productions crew. Joe encounters an audience member who won’t take no for an answer. Rob recalls how one of the comics was detained at a security checkpoint while they were overseas. Joe reviews Black Panther and discusses the racial politics surrounding the film industry and the media. Joe appeared on another podcast this week and had a great time, but not everyone enjoyed the show. Robby receives a photo of a salt crystal lamp from his brother with no explanation; Joe explains. A fan sends the show an email requesting a position as Gramps’ intern. Rob and Robby compare notes on The Bachelor contestants.

    Aired Live Monday, February 19th at 7:30PM

    2/12/18

    R&J #346 – The Devil’s Threesome

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    Despite having two back-to-back sold out murder mystery shows in Winchester, Rob and Joe fixate on the small problems. Rob headlines a show at a country club which Joe is certain will be a train wreck. After hearing so many Gramps stories with a similar theme, Rob has a theory. A new set of hypothetical questions about sleeping arrangements springs from the conversation. Marcus has a shocking revelation about his involvement in Shelburne Vermont local community theater.

    Aired Live Monday, February 12th at 7:30PM

    2/5/18

    R&J #344 – The Prince of Bahrain

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    Rob is back from overseas and he may have brought a disease with him. After listening to the shows done in his absence, Rob gives his review and also shares his thoughts on Joe and Katie’s relationship . Rob gives his rundown of the Medal of Honor tour. Marcus shares his crazy Super Bowl LLII experience. Scott Apple goes salsa dancing. An attempt is made to call Joe’s former landlord (and friend) to congratulate him on the birth of his second child.

    Aired Live Monday, February 5th at 7:30PM

    1/29/18

    R&J #343 – Extra Special Sauce

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    WIYY morning man, and murder mystery star, Justin Schlegel joins Joe in Rob’s absence. Justin has thoughts on a segment from last week’s show with Gramps. Joe recalls a controversial hypothetical question he once posed to Justin. A photo that was supposed to be wiped from existence is momentarily saved from deletion long enough for Justin to share it with Joe. Justin is asked to rank the various activities that comprise his life from best to worst. The condition of Justin’s older home isn’t just bad, its bizarre.

    Aired Live Monday, January 29th at 6:30PM

    1/22/18

    R&J #342 – Boston or Bust

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    Gramps joins Joe and Katie in studio to share some of his stories first hand. Joe grills his father about how he raised the Robinson brothers. Joe reveals his biggest pet peeves about Katie, and asks her to do the same for him. Katie lists the things that make her really aware of the age difference between her and Joe. Katie and Joe take a compatibility quiz to se if they are truly ready for the next big steps in there relationship.

    Recorded Monday, January 22nd at 7:30PM

    1/15/18

    R&J #341 – Big Boy Trip

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    Comedian Patrick Melton visits the studio on his way to entertain the troops with Rob. Joe wonders about the likelihood of a fight among the traveling comics. Joe calls out Robby for two recent emails he sent. Rob’s girlfriend does not seem to be taking the invitation to be on the show seriously. Rob makes a costly (but funny) mistake regarding Patrick’s middle name and the paperwork for the trip. Rob gets credit for Robby’s infamous attacks in the early days of the show. Rob digs himself a hole competing in the DC Improv lounges recurring stand-up tournament. Joe discovers a reality show that could potentially undermine Rob’s success. An attempt is made to call Restivo and congratulate him on his team’s stunning victory over the Saints. Joe visits jewelry stores with Katie.

    Aired Live Monday, January 15th at 7:30PM

    1/8/18

    R&J #340 – Violent and Deceptive

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    Joe competes with Scott Apple in a trivia challenge. Rob feels pressure to use the gift Joe gave him for Christmas. Rob and Joe discuss this year’s very socially-conscious, but tedious, Golden Globe awards. Joe recalls Robby’s hostility toward one of the evening’s big winners. Rob visits the historic home of an important, former listener. Getting three comedians to take US military security seriously proves difficult for Rob. Rob and Joe join the debate on a contentious race in the TMOS Fan Club elections. Rob and Joe discuss the possibility of sharing photos of their girlfriends with the paid patrons, and how revealing they might be. Rob can’t lie to his new doctor about being a comedian, but he’s perfectly comfortable fudging the truth about his alcohol intake. Renting the new studio to other podcasters seems like a viable option, but maybe not when it comes to the 100% clean phony millennial. Rob reads some ridiculous comedy gig listings.

    Aired Live Monday, January 8th at 7:30PM

    1/1/18

    R&J #338 – New Year, New Studio

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    Working during the holidays is no fun, especially after your NFL post-game show’s team just blew their shot at the playoffs. Robby spends the entire day at Joe’s house setting up the new studio, but the work is not quite done. The preparation necessary for the upcoming military base tour is troubling for Rob. Rob has one more Christmas gift to give Joe, but dreads actually having to retrieve it. This year the Christmas murder mystery shows got off to a rough start. Joe is finally out of his father’s house, but leaves behind the gift of hi-def for Gramps. Rob is concerned about his ability to smile naturally for photos. Joe gets annoyed when his response is required to what he knows is a prank.

    Recorded Monday, January1st at 7:30PM