Tawanda adds a new one to her long list of bottom-of-the-barrel movies she’s seen. Katie, Joe and Marcus review “A Star is Born”. When Rob claims to know who had the biggest say in the upcoming wedding play list, he causes tension between Joe and Katie. Joe makes matters worse by criticizing Katie’s TV viewing habits. Robby gets called-out again for a song selection during a murder mystery intermission. An huge, but unidentified, fan of the show is submitting material to Rob. On a haunted hayride, one of the ghouls really scares Joe by hinting he perform a sexual favor. Rob is completely disrespected by two audience members who show up late during his set. Joe makes an important announcement about his ongoing search for a dog. Joe gets close to spoiling a new video game’s ending when he learns about someone close to the show crying over it. Rob gets overly confident on stage and tries a new joke.
Aired Live Monday, October 8th at 7:30PM
Joe takes great pleasure in a mean comment Katie posts on someone’s Facebook memory. With Mara Reinstein occupied elsewhere, Joe, Katie and Marcus discuss the movies they will be reviewing. Fall is here so Joe and Katie begin their seasonal tour of haunted houses and being assaulted by the monsters therein Mara becomes available after all and joins the show to answer questions about a few recent reviews and some much-anticipated Fall releases. Joe and Katie attend a wrestling event featuring Justin Schlegel. Katie has concerns about Joe’s ability to look normal in pictures with their engagement photo shoot looming. Joe recalls events from childhood that involve Robby and Gramps.
Aired Live Monday, October 1st at 7:30PM
A beloved pet, mentioned many times on the show, has gone to kitty heaven. Chris Restivo posts a video rant when the Vikings show poorly against the lowly Bills. Joe not only calls someone by the wrong name again on the pre-game show, he also insults a guest and dares to use a joke involving skin color. Gramps cuts a new promo and there a plenty of his antics to discuss. Rob is a keen observer of couple dynamics and spots an emasculated man in a hotel lobby. Robby gets more criticism about his audio drops. Katie’s father hears a segment on 98 Rock where Joe divulged a little more personal information than Frank wanted to hear. An embarrassed Katie joins the show, yet even more is revealed. Rob and Joe talk about Justin Schlegel’s recent stop at TMOS on his Las Vegas show promotional tour. Katie takes a page from the Robby/Tawanda playbook. Joe’s neighbor opens with an insult when she asks him for a favor.
Aired Live Monday, September 24th at 7:30PM
Joe forgets an important anniversary. Robby is shown some appreciation from both Rob and Joe…sarcastically. A listener is paying tribute to the early episodes of the show via Twitter. Rob and Joe go on a tangent about movies and then television with the Emmys airing later in the evening. Joe names a comedy colleague with whom he finds it difficult to just hang. Rob had an exciting week in Des Moines, but Joe’s too distracted to engage in a conversation about it. Joe hears the fascinating tale of a giant food item that he feels must be heard by others. Rob annoys a woman attending his comedy show when he comments on her weight. A Die Laughing cast member gets recognized at Disney World. There’s a new heavy bag in the house and Tawanda gets plenty of comments when she posts photos on Facebook, but one in particular catches Rob’s attention. Katie is not totally comfortable with Joe’s behavior when they attend an office outing with her coworkers.
Aired Live Monday, September 17th at 7:30PM
The NFL season got off to an exciting start and a lot of stories come to light; including Joe’s flub on Ravens broadcast and David Koechner watching Super Bowl XLVIII with Aaron Rodgers. Robby and Tawanda bond over their love of a certain movie. Die Laughing Production did two great shows on Saturday in Joe’s absence, although Erik did try to set the place on fire and Robby starts the second show prematurely. Joe makes one of his rare appearances doing stand-up and has such a good time that he must admit to missing it. Rob and Joe discover that Erik Woodworth’s wife is quick with the funny insults. Rob reveals who he would pick if faced with a choice of opening for only one of his two current star headliners. Joe wonders if Rob gets special sexual favors on his birthday.
Recorded Monday, September 10th at 7:15PM
Rob and Joe brave a barrage of question from the chat room about the murder mystery, show guests and topics from the past and some very personal subjects. With no limits, a lot is revealed.
Aired Live Monday, September 3rd at 7:30PM
Joe feels betrayed after being ‘drugged’ by Katie. Rob gets ridiculed for his “healthy” breakfast smoothie. Scott Apple gives Joe and Katie the worst engagement gift of all time. The culprit then joins the show to take his beating. A name in the chat room reminds Joe of more tales from the Longhorn Steak and Seafood days. Joe and Katie haven’t given up on adopting a dog. Rob gets a last-minute call to open for Dennis Miller. The fantasy football draft is difficult for some participants. Rob gives credit, and also wants credit, when it comes the Ravens pregame show. On Saturday’s show Joe speaks to a fellow broadcaster, and former NFL player, in Miami who wants to know what celebrity he resembles. Rob is going on a double-date that has Joe resentful and jealous. Joe tries to defend himself after Katie revealed last week that he cried during “Crazy Rich Asians”.
Aired Live Monday, August 27th at 7:30PM
With Joe busy doing Ravens Pre-Game, Katie takes a seat at the mic for the entire show. Rob is so exhausted he’s tired of being funny. Katie discusses her pending bachelorette party and Joe is apparently not happy about the plans. There is a new tenant in Katie’s house in a lucrative occupation. Robby is a reluctant good Samaritan in a Ruby Tuesday men’s room. Joe and Katie find National Clear the Shelters Day to be a big waste of time. Rob teaches a valuable lesson in storytelling. David Koechner is harassed by a fan who doesn’t care about his numerous TV projects. Katie finds herself attracted to yet another old man. Rob looks for permission to say one black guy resembles another. Joe appears at the end of the show to talk about, and defend, his enthusiasm for Joe Flacco and the Ravens on the pre-game show.
Aired Live Monday, August 20th at 7:30PM