After seeing Knives Out, Joe compares the movie to Die Laughing Productions’ product. Robby is very passionate about his position that Die Hard is a Christmas movie. He’s also very disappointed with Disney+. Rob and Joe talk about a couple of shows they can’t seem to stop watching. Katie wants credit for coming up with a business idea that has now come to fruition without her. This morphs into a conversation about how people spend their time at work; Joe specifically. Rob and Joe are witness to what is likely the smallest margin win ever in a fantasy football. Robby, asking an innocent question on the topic, creates an argument between the two of them.
Recorded Monday, December 9th at 7:30PM
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.
Recorded Monday, December 2nd at 8:15PM
Gramps loves his social media platforms, but he sends out a birthday greeting which Joe only receives by chance. Fans on Facebook weigh-in on good birthday gift ideas for Joe. Katie apparently has certain restrictions about what Joe can wear. Chris Restivo put together a star-studded birthday party for himself. When Joe and Katie go on a mini vacation to DC, the Museum of Natural history is a big let-down. They also go to see a play where someone working at the theater gets very aggressive with ticket-holders not stopping at the box office. Rob talks about shepherd’s pie and stand-up Sam Jay’s unique comic perspective.
Aired Live Monday, December 2nd at 7:30PM
Robby announces some sad news. Rob and Joe had an argument just before the start of the show. Rob posts a poll on social media asking fans to decide who Joe loves the most. Katie makes a New Year’s resolution that could be potentially detrimental to the show content. A listener in chat wants advice from Rob. Joe explains how drinking and drugs can be beneficial. Katie goes out with some new friends and brings home a lot of wine. With Katie’s help, Rob thinks he can determine who will be People’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2020. Joe is relieved that the parking situation for the pre-game broadcast next Monday night won’t be as stressful as usual.
Aired Live Monday, November 18th at 7:30PM
A disagreement between Rob and Joe about football gets personal. Mac is jonesing for some Gramps material, so Joe talks about his father’s recent struggles with technology. Rob analyzes his sets at the Dry Bar Comedy taping last week, and shares his thoughts on Utah. One of Joe’s tweets gets a lot of attention, and he is very excited about someone who liked it. Joe is looking forward to all the gigs coming up (and the ones that aren’t) over the holiday season. Tempted by some click bait, Joe reads a list that merely frustrates him. Katie does not appreciate it when Joe almost buys her a present and then tells her all about why he didn’t. Rob worries about karma when he denies a woman asking for money. Joe’s contribution to the Quality Time podcast is getting twisted and creating frustration for him.
Aired Live Monday, November 11th at 7:30PM
Joe is now able to enjoy the Nats victory with Rob due to a certain former show announcer no longer constantly trolling him. When Joe gets sidelined during a conversation with a Hall of Fame NFL player, he tries to determine who is the most famous person he’s actually interviewed. Joe gets on a party bus with his father-in-law. Rob is excited about visiting Utah for the first time this week. This leads to Joe reminiscing about all the places he and Robby visited as children.
Aired Live Monday, November 4th at 7:30PM
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
Joe gets caught up in some neighborhood Halloween nonsense. Rob knows exactly how he will celebrate a Nats’ World Series win. Katie wants to know what special brand of coffee they brew at the country club where DLP was performing over the weekend. Rob doesn’t want his neighbor’s as friends, but he wouldn’t mind if his friends became neighbors. Rob and Joe both enjoy their partner’s desire to keep an uncluttered house. Eric uses his own body as a pizza plate. Rob gets a backhanded compliment from a millennial who attended his stand-up show. This leads to a debate about comedy from the past; what’s remained timeless and what’s just not funny anymore. Rob, Joe and Katie get chastised by a woman on Instagram defending Marcus. Joe and Katie spend their third weekend in a row attending a wedding.
Aired Live Monday, October 21st at 7:30PM