Inspired by a fans comments, Rob starts the show talking about the merits of pita bread, followed by an update on his outgoing message. Robby takes a beating in the iTunes review section. Two Die Laughing cast members had trouble with their musical numbers over the weekend and one of them is called live to discuss the issue. Katie is not happy with J-L Cauvin’s new nick name for her. Joe and Katie tell the story of how they lucked into getting a beautiful new rescue dog. Katie’s father continues to challenge Joe and his objection to Christmas light projectors. A new drama on Bravo has piqued everyone’s interest and lifted the profile of actor Eric Bana. Rob is eager to see reviews for Clint Eastwood’s new film but he’s unable to find any. Rob supports his colleague Kevin Hart’s decision to quit the Oscars gig days after he was announced as the host. An exclusive clip of Marcus’s radio play is heard and discussed. He then provides an update on his communications with Jim Amato. Chris Restivo has a new job.
Aired Live Monday, December 10th at 7:30PM
Joe details how he celebrated his birthday which included some classic Gramps on display, and an activity Robby would have enjoyed had he been invited. During his time performing in Connecticut, Rob nearly commits to an all TGIFridays diet. While planning a Christmas light caper, Joe must point out the hypocrisy of one person who voices moral objections to the criminal plot. Joe gives his thoughts on some of the films he’s seen in theaters recently. Marcus is confronted about his lack of communication with another person close to the show. Joe and Katie encounter a racial stereotype at the movies and have completely different reactions to the situation. Joe is confronted for a running joke he’s been making behind someone’s back. Joe critiques Katie’s tree decorating and she doesn’t take the feedback very well.
Aired Live Monday, December 3rd at 7:30PM
Joe finds himself at odds with several members of the Peusch family at the same time. Frank is called to get some clarification on why Joe was excluded from an important family tradition. Meanwhile there is trouble among the Peusch women and some holiday festivities are in jeopardy. Joe’s pre-game partner makes him feel underdressed for the broadcast on RavensWalk. There is yet another revelation about Joe and Katie’s bedroom behavior. Joe’s birthday is this weekend and he talks about his plans for (and his feelings about) the big 5-0. Gramps’ brother reaches out to Joe for a plug. Rob and Joe reveal the title of their next murder mystery. Joe revisits wedding hashtags, which leads to brainstorming about the details of Rob’s wedding. Joe repeats a prediction he highlighted on 98Rock for the podcast listeners.
Aired Live Monday, November 26th at 7:30PM
Robby prematurely alerted Justin to a potential problem at Saturday’s murder mystery performance. Justin must reluctantly apologize to an audience member who was offended. Everyone seems to love Erik’s cover of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ except Gramps. The Real Housewives of Potomac keep bumping into Rob at comedy shows. Rob feels silly after hearing a 25 year old song and asking if its new. Rob starts to panic when he thinks he might not make his connecting flight to Portland and miss his gig. Rob learns how weird Portlanders are. Choosing to sit at the restaurant bar can be an adventure according to Joe and Katie who even create a strategy for dealing with smartass bartenders. Katie considers the possibility that a U.S. presidential candidate’s wife at some point cast her vote for his opponent. It seems that no one can contain their tears watching “The Boy and The Piano” Christmas spot starring Elton John. Joe will risk being burned alive for a tasty Thanksgiving main course.
Aired Live Monday, November 19th at 7:30PM
Joe visited a hypnotist he found on the web weeks ago, but forgot to tell the story on the show. With the Ravens on a bye, and the Skins coming off a rough week, Joe takes a break from football and spends his weekend at the movies. Joe makes Katie angry with his lack of willingness to keep hope alive for the Ravens fans. Michael Chamberlin badgers Joe via email about his movie viewing. The death of Stan Lee has everyone discussing his impact on the world. Rob and Joe wonder who is still reading comic books and reaches out to two experts. Joe and Erik praise Tenacious D’s latest tour after seeing them perform last week. J-L Cauvin has stopped doing his podcast and everyone is making their guesses as to when and if he will return to it. Katie wakes up to the reality of her future as caretaker for a senior citizen.
Aired Live Monday, November 12th at 7:30PM
Rob, Joe and Robby return with tales from the exciting time in Sin City. Votes are cast on where the TMOS convention should be held in 2019. On a quest for a great Beef Wellington in Las Vegas, Rob and Tawanda meet a celebrity chef. An outing to the Heart Attack Grill in downtown leaves Robby in an unenviable position. At Joe’s hotel, there are plenty of high jinks at the blackjack table, including some fake news about a celebrity sighting. Rideshare was the popular way to get around the city, and everyone has a tale to contribute on this topic. Justin an Erik traveled together, and the pair can’t help but encourage each other’s outrageous antics. Rob resurrects a bit created for Joe’s nighttime radio show eleven years ago. Joe rushes home to do Raven’s pregame and, although he’s drained from the cross-county trip, somehow manages to not make a mistake this Sunday.
Recorded Tuesday, November 6th at 7:00PM
The Las Vegas junket is just days away and Rob and Joe haven’t been officially invited to Friday’s event. Robby has details about Gramps meal with a fan in New Orleans. Joe forgets to book his hotel for Vegas until the last minute reinforcing Robby’s criticisms. Rob and Joe actually pay Robby a compliment. Rob was invited to a Halloween party that he did not attend while Joe accepted an invitation, but perhaps should not have. Joe tries to explain why he keeps calling his radio partner by the wrong name. Joe defends his controversial list of the top 4 holidays. Joe and Katie visit a toy store for adults.
Aired Live Monday, October 29th at 7:30PM
Its hard to pin down a clown, especially around Halloween. Rob just returned from Albany and he has tales from the road, which includes finding himself on the tour bus of one of the funniest men in the country. Rob, Joe and Robby discuss what the future might hold for the Podcast if one of them was to win the 1.6 billion dollar jackpot. Rob has a moment of sheer terror on stage when he believes that he’s put his foot in his mouth in Joe-like fashion. A fan sends an email to Rob offering insight into the two stone-faced women who attended the most recent murder mystery. There a many items to discuss with regard to Gramps including an actual triple murder. On Sunday Joe gets his football facts wrong live on the air, and a sponsor’s spokesperson also has an embarrassing moment. Michael Chamberlin sends feedback on last week’s segment about him via email. As the big Las Vegas show approaches, Rob and Joe are thinking about the future of Die Laughing Productions. Katie joins the show to talk about suits and other details surrounding the wedding, but Joe’s teasing becomes too much.
Aired Live Monday, October 22nd at 7:30PM