Drugs and alcohol seem to permeate the comedy scene as Rob describes a few gigs this week. At the murder mystery on Sunday, Joe’s girlfriend almost gets into a fight with a disruptive audience member. Joe feels guilt about not being there to defend her. Robby messes around with another man’s sound equipment. Rob and Joe see a lot of fans, but one of them attends the show covertly. Rob and Joe create their Mt. Rushmore of movie characters. Without Robby there to restrict it, the show wraps with some NCAA Tournament talk.
Recorded Monday, March 13th at 7:30PM
Marcus’s deal with the Vermont arena league football team is finalized, and Rob and Joe have a lot of questions. Rob does a gig at a golf practice range where they know very little about putting on a comedy show. Rob doesn’t understand the religious observance of Lent, but luckily Katie is available to explain. She also makes a spontaneous revelation about her own brush with arena football. Joe inquires about Robby’s ongoing difficulties with his house cleaning service. A very odd student in Rob’s driver improvement class over-shares. Joe reviews the movie ”Get Out”. Robby forgets to make his weekly guesses in the Bachelor Fantasy League, giving the others a fighting chance. Gramps will be attending another murder mystery in Annapolis where he always makes himself right at home, but Rob is more worried about his own parent attending that show. Rob fears the wrath of Robby when he must inform him that his many hours of production for an upcoming show must be scrapped. Joe is then suddenly reminded that he’s once again neglected to relay another Monday night conflict.
Aired Live Monday, March 6th at 7:30PM
The Die Laughing Productions players seem to have taken the nursing home gig seriously. It’s only been ten days, but Robby is already eager to record another bonus show. Marcus’s wife learns that their marital secrets were revealed on one of those premium episodes. Rob flaunts his encounter with Bernie Sanders’ national press secretary to make Marcus jealous. Rob tries in vain to extract himself from an obligation to do several shows in Southeastern Virginia. Joe presents a theory on the controversy surrounding this year’s Best Picture Oscar, and an analysis of the entire broadcast follows. Mac Bergson releases his power rankings and Robby’s strong opinions stated on the previous show, not surprisingly, hurt his position. Scott Apple proposes some interesting names for his awaited daughter. Rob reveals that someone in the MORE family might have to take his driver improvement class. Joe saw entirely too much penis over the weekend. Robby gets a distracting text during the show that once again highlights his aggressively proactive nature.
Aired Live Monday, February 27th at 7:30PM
Joe has a hard time containing his competitive nature. Continuing last week’s conversation, Robby has strong and controversial opinions on who should be on the Mount Rushmore of listeners. Rob poses a challenging reality show hypothetical. Rob and Joe commiserate over the difficulties of binge watching TV shows with their girlfriends. Scott Apple finishes his light saber and there is a debate over whether its ‘cool’. Die Laughing Productions receives a quote request for a performance in Pennsylvania that would likely be the worst gig ever. Joe is heading for the slopes with the 98 Rock morning show crew.
Aired Live Monday, February 20th at 7:30PM
Rob wonders if Joe will try Outback’s decadent new appetizer combination. Two much-discussed characters have a brief (but decisive) verbal battle on social media. Rob and Joe ponder the busy schedules of Marcus and Robby. Marcus lists potential candidates for the ‘Mt. Rushmore’ of TMOS listeners and Rob and Joe try to determine who among their own audience should be memorialized. Another friend of the show wants to try standup comedy, but Rob and Joe are skeptical as always. Joe scrutinizes the Song of the Year, carpool karaoke and the plot of Purple Rain during a review of the Grammy Awards. Rob polls everyone on their top-five current TV shows. Rob and Marcus guess what Joe bought Katie for Valentine’s Day. Discussing the most recent murder mystery show, Joe admits to making a women cry. This leads to an impromptu ranking of the most common places where people have sex.
Recorded Monday, February 13th at 7:30PM
Rob is the victim of a new, mild form or racism. Rob and Joe contemplate the disappointment of Atlanta sports fans and the dislike for the Patriots dynasty. Lady Gaga’s leap from the roof of NGR stadium inspires a strange conversation about preferred methods of suicide. Joe emails Robby with a question, and as is often the case, doesn’t like the tone of his brother’s response. Rob returns from another tour entertaining our troops and describes some passport and visa complications while also revealing a state secret. The murder mystery troupe performs for the first time (and probably the last) at a new venue. Joe feels another podcast has pilfered a ‘Rob and Joe’ bit. The fake millennial is in the spotlight again, and Rob and Joe do some role play to illustrate how the satellite radio interview went. Robby is extending his lead in the Bachelor Fantasy competition, and no one is surprised. This leads to more talk about TV and gray market video streaming.
Aired Live Monday, February 6th at 7:30PM
Ben Collins from The Daily Beast joins the show to discuss his pivotal piece on the Keyser Soze of Comedy. The possibility of finding a documentary filmmaker to fully expand on this story is explored. The conversation is then graced by Alex Bell from Isle of Mann’s Manx Radio. Rob and Joe get the scoop on the tiny country’s history surrounding blood sports. They then try to plan a promotion that would gather all of Dan’s comedy enemies (and hopefully the world-traveler himself) for one big show on the island. Robby is reminded of an old feud while channel surfing, and Joe has an update on it four years later. Rob proposes a new way to include Chris Restivo on the show, and then has some good advice for all of the outspoken Trump detractors. Robby has new information about his college professor discussed on the previous episode, and Joe makes a connection when he learns the man’s name. Rob and Joe lose a patron over some of the premium content offered. Rob has booked a last-minute trip performing overseas.
Aired Monday, January 23rd at 7:30PM
Scott Apple continues to display his astounding lack of knowledge about anything in popular culture, but there just might be someone who knows as little about music. Scott also displays his inability to build a lightsaber that isn’t substandard. Robby is ‘king’ of the Bachelor fantasy league, but some have wondered if he was a ‘queen’. People don’t always get the comedy of Rob or Joe. Siri betrays Joe and makes an unauthorized call to someone in his contact list very early in the morning. Joe may have really hurt someone’s feelings when he accidentally replied to the wrong text message. Rob has several instances where he must perform after acts that are impossible to follow. Rob is in the right place at the right time and sees Louis CK do fifteen minutes in a small club. While at the wolf sanctuary, some fellow visitors get testy over the offer of s’mores from Joe and Katie. Rob and Joe don’t like Arnold’s new Celebrity Apprentice catch phrase, and new ones are considered for some hypothetical alternate hosts.
Aired Live Monday, January 16th at 7:30PM