Rob is recovering from an illness probably caused by his heavy travel schedule. Joe is getting a lot of attention by bashing the Orioles’ first baseman on Twitter. Joe had to pay a lot of money to the IRS. Rob thinks he’s recording a great set on his phone, but someone called and totally botched it for him. Joe meets an acupuncturist with a fascinating story about treating a patient with plantar fasciitis. Following-up on last week’s show, Rob wonders what Tommy and Erik might have done if they were left alone in Joe’s room in Atlantic City. Rob and Joe share their thoughts on Jeremy Woodworth’s best actor award acceptance speech. Rob emceed for Louis CK over the weekend and returns to tell the tale. Joe reports on the baseball game as it occurs during the show and an historic record low. Rob helps a musician fulfill a life-long dream. Robby and Joe’s uncle has plans to further his literary career. Rob is a judge for the VA Beach FunnyBone’s Clash of the Comics. Restivo is being given a huge platform to prove himself as an entertainer.
Aired Live Monday, April 8th at 7:30PM
Maybe a wedding and definitely a funeral. Joe and Katie are covering for Rob’s absence, but that just means, you get some fun inside the world of Mr. & Future Mrs. Robinson. What will Katie take Joe to task for on this episode? Behavior? Habits? Lack of nookie? You have to listen to find out. How far would you go with your loved ones ashes? Erik Woodworth is on the phone to discuss why he did a personal thing in the shower. Get your invite to the bachelorette party.
Recorded Monday, April 1st at 7:45PM
Rob and Joe return from the bachelor weekend and some may not have recovered yet. Joe has gotten very little sleep since Friday, but it was Rob who was the first of many to learn that you shouldn’t gamble when you are tired. There’s a lot of money riding on Ohio State, but Katie’s father eclipses the game with his own free throw demonstration. Not everyone appreciates the murder mystery troupes cruel way of playing Quiplash. Being influenced by others, Joe makes the first of many gambling errors betting on the Maryland/LSU game. Rob on the other hand finally wins when he decides to ignore a suggested parlay. Joe becomes the talk of the poker room by making two critical errors at the table. Meanwhile someone calls Justin’s bluff, but not in a card game. Many legendary stories were repeated over the weekend, Rob highlights one. Former landlord Dave contends with an elevator and a woman with an interesting career. Joe has an awkward moment with one of the hotel staff. Rob’s sleep is disturbed by people trying to get into his room. Later he offers a beer to a stranger and immediately realizes this was a mistake. Katie is going to a housewarming party and is on the fence about whether or not she wants Joe to accompany her.
Aired Live Monday, March 25th at 7:45PM
Rob and Joe are doing some “adulting”. Rob has been traveling again with Koechner which always leads to interesting stories. Rob is developing a new joke. Joe has a problem with parades, but loves the float. Do you have suggestions on a Rob and Joe Show float? Bachelor party weekend is coming up so the planning is still going on. Rob has a Scott Apple moment. Everyone has their brackets.
Aired Live Monday, March 18th at 7:30PM
Rob and Joe return with a Gramps story, Rob being asked to pay for sex, and crazy radio studio meet-ups. Rob shares more antics with David Koechner on their recent trip and gigs. Joe buys Katie some jewelry via text. Hear who is coming to the Bachelor party. Katie and Joe break down Captain Marvel (no spoilers). Everybody spirals over the hot heroins.
Aired Live Monday, March 11th at 7:30PM
Joe has a loud, confrontational encounter in a movie theater. The new 90s murder mystery debuted in Annapolis, and Gramps assembled an interesting group for dinner before the show. Someone close to the show posts a review on iTunes flattering (or perhaps mocking) Robby. Joe finds himself in a lose-lose situation when a friend decides to write her own murder mystery for Die Laughing Productions. Last week the troupe did a show for the most noisy, drunk audience ever. Marcus has a new radio moniker and, in related news, a new gig. Joe gets questioned about something he revealed on the bonus show that is now public knowledge. Rob wonders about the legacy of Michael Jackson in light of the new documentary.
Aired Live Monday, March 4th at 7:30PM
Following a Sunday rehearsal for the newest murder mystery, Rob and Joe decide to record some of the show a day early. Erik Woodworth and Oscar also join the show. Erik loved the phone call on last week’s show, and has something new to share from the mind of Chris Restivo. The man behind Five Plated Coasters writes the show with regrets and news about the future of the business. Rob asks Joe to share his feelings about Erik’s brother Jeremy. Rob expresses concern that Erik will exhibit some of his outlandish behavior at a new, and more conservative, venue for the murder mystery. Joe and Katie break down their thoughts on the Oscar nominees with movie critic Mara Reinstein. Rob makes bad decision after bad decision while doing a bit during intermission at the Valentine’s Day murder mystery. This turns into a conversation about “accidental” texts. Rob continues to have trouble with greeting cards when he goes shopping for Valentine’s Day. Joe plans a romantic day starting with flowers from Target and later an over-packed restaurant. Now he’s struggling over what to get for her birthday.
Recorded Monday, February 18th at 7:30PM
Joe is making Valentines Day plans, but Rob is not. Die Laughing Productions celebrated Justin Schlegel’s birthday by presenting him with a very special card. Show fixated on some older couples who seemed to be uneasy with some of the blue humor in the murder mystery show over the weekend. A local comic seems to fancy himself a musician; or does he? A Rob and Joe fan is selling “Five Plated” products and guess who is not happy about it. Rob forces himself to finish the two movies he wasn’t enjoying, and episode #404 of the show from when he was absent. Joe and Rob have created the wrong culture when it comes to Die Laughing Production and can’t go back now. Rob’s two best friends meet each other for the first time. Rob complains about the Grammys. Joe discusses music today versus what was popular when he was young a long, long time ago.
Aired Live Monday, February 11th at 7:30PM