Joe can’t get the erroneous engraving removed from his ring until another obstacle is overcome. Katie is angry about the treatment of yet another neighbor, so Joe once again tries to resolve everything by calling them on the air. Rob wants to make it a regular segment determining which celebrities are A-list. Joe’s Twitter was causing trouble in the marriage during the honeymoon, and Katie accuses him of not being romantic. Joe wonders about an antisocial quirk Rob has. Gramps’ denial of the wash cloth incident in Mexico will not stand, so Joe explores it again. Chris Restivo records bumpers for the show debuting his newest impression. Rob has a string of crappy gigs including a star-studded fundraiser for the USO. Joe is confused by a product he sees in Five Below.
Aired Live Monday, June 17th at 7:30PM
Rob admits that he made a mistake contradicting Joe on a previous episode. Rob and Joe commiserate over the pre-wedding photography schedule. Joe learns that nothing is free when he is given a gift with a hidden surprise. On the honeymoon, just must seek out new friends to stave off boredom. Robby dressed appropriately for the wedding, but shed the outfit as quickly as he possibly could. Classic Gramps was on display several times during the trip. Joe and Katie seem unsure about how many time they had intercourse during there time in Mexico. Erik Woodworth was very popular with everyone at the resort except one person. Joe finds a penny, but not just any penny. Rob feels he slighted Joe in his Best Man Speech, and the two leading up to his seemed more like a roast. Joe attends a meeting with the wedding planner and learns too much. Joe is proven wrong when Katie and Frank’s big dance number at the reception actually occurs. Joe spots another vacationer with a startling hair situation. Joe and Katie pay tribute to Chris Restivo with personalized hats and a new game. Rob guests on Doug Benson’s podcast again with an impressive line-up of celebrity phone-a-friend lifelines.Joe and Katie bring a heated debate about Jeff Goldblum to the show.
Aired Live Monday, June 10th at 7:30PM
Joe is getting his body in shape for the wedding, but he’s not getting as carried away with his workout as Justin. Erik Woodworth adds an outrageous surprise ending to the murder mystery on Saturday night. Rob and Joe watch Tommy crush hard at the stand-up show the night before, and they both doubt that they could have followed him. At another venue, Rob works hard to win-over an audience and finish strong, but in the end not everyone was convinced. Joe must lie to keep Gramps’ secret. Rob and Joe are both made slaves to the wedding photographer’s schedule by Katie. Rob wonders if Joe and Katie will become bored in Mexico after all the friends and family leave. But Katie makes her own fun; she’s already messing with other travelers on a forum for the resort.
Recorded Monday, May 27th at 11:00AM
Katie is on top of every last detail with just nine days to go until they leave for Mexico. Someone close to Joe and Katie is really irresponsible when it comes to filling the gas tank. His future father-in-law plans a golf trip annually, and Joe claims he’s never been invited. Katie and Joe are at odds over a couple of interactions with their neighbors. Joe then goes to great lengths to prove to Katie that she’s wrong about one situation. Rob tries on Joe’s wedding socks which leads to a conversation, and a lot of hypothetical questions, about feet. Rob wonders why a colleague received mixed reactions to a solid new joke. Joe and Katie love to champion “fresh” movies that may not be on most people’s radar. Following the conclusion of the TV show, everyone assigns their final grades for Game of Thrones.
Recorded Monday, May 20th at 7:45PM
Joe, the consummate professional broadcaster, eats Chinese food on the air. The final arrangements for the trip/wedding don’t really worry Joe. Rob has car trouble and can’t seem to get out of his own correcting the problem. Rob and Joe both have to complete a quiz on harassment in the workplace for the radio station. They wonder how Gramps would fare in today’s environment, and role play a job interview with Joe as his father. Joe and Katie are receiving wedding gifts from listeners after mentioning their registry on the show. Always looking to improve his tanning bed results, Joe tries something new and it affects more than his pigment. Rob reunites with his old friend Tommy Davidson and the legend of their history on the road together has grown tall. Robby has more questions for Katie about the dress code in Mexico while, meanwhile she’s creating a list in her head of all the things that could possibly go wrong. Rob and Joe make an announcement regarding a return to Vegas this Fall.
Aired Live Monday, May 13th at 7:30PM
It took Joe many years to master the tanning bed all-over tan, but he has it down to a science just in time for the trip to Mexico. Rob gets booked to co-host the morning show when Joe doesn’t respond quickly enough. Still Rob’s lean gig calendar, and anticipated lack of income, are weighing heavily on his mind. Returning to teaching is not a viable option for Rob now, and Joe believes the driver education industry is nonsense. Rob unintentionally insults several audience members at the same stand-up show. Joe misses out on a social event because of a scheduling conflict and a hammered neighbor. A Die Laughing colleague is doing community theater. Joe and Katie attend the play to show support, but don’t think much of the playwright. Marcus, an expert in this area, lends insight and defends the piece. Rob and Joe wonder about the Vegas odds for who will ultimately sit on The Iron Throne. Joe returns for another appearance on Tommy’s Laughfinder podcast. Joe’s neighbors have a daughter with a familiar name and a fun wedding gift for the soon-to-be bride and groom. Rob, once again confused about wedding etiquette, is introduced to Joe and Katie’s gift registry.
Aired Live Monday, May 6th at 7:30PM
Rob visits the eye doctor for maybe the first time ever. Robby can’t wait to make fun of Joe about an accident he had while shopping for shoes. Katie’s bachelorette party happened over the weekend and one of the invited didn’t look very tacky. An interesting night at a friend’s 30th birthday party reveals the newest target of Joe’s special brand of combined ridicule and fascination. A murder mystery over the weekend was a home run performance for an interesting audience at an unusual venue. Robby once again gets called out for his music selections at the show. Rob inquires as to Joe’s plan for tanning pre-wedding and drinking at the resort. After being challenged in the chat room, Joe re-tells the story of the “fantasy football expert” from the podcast’s early days. Joe has an encounter with some very lazy people using the electric scooters at Wal Mart. Rob meets a super helpful cashier at the Harris Teeter who he believes might be making the other shoppers think he has special needs.
Aired Live Monday, April 29th at 7:30PM
There is no Gramps story this week, but Joe shares a conversation he had with his father on the topic. Rob and Joe speculate on who will have the most sex in Mexico. There is a lot of debate over the next murder mystery theme, and Rob reviews some of the ideas. Katie’s bachelorette party has a theme that might prevent the ladies from looking their best. Tommy Sinbazo takes extraordinary measure to prevent himself from needing to leave the theater during the new Avengers sequel. Joe is covering the NFL draft for the radio station, so Rob tests his knowledge to see if he is ready for the broadcast.
Aired Live Monday, April 22nd at 7:30PM