When Rob describes losing power for five hours before show time, we learn just how inept he is around the house. After considering how much more important his cell phone is when he was without electricity, the conversation turns to technology and comparing Gramps’ grasp of it to that of the Amish. Joe is looking forward to the day when humans don’t have to drive their own cars anymore, or a least the day he’s wealthy enough for someone else to do it. Joe attends a celebrity-filled party where he speculates about his fame ranking among the guests. Once again, he may also have offended someone. The popularity of Bachelor fantasy leagues is really growing. Rob and Joe perform at an office holiday party for good money, then can’t help but gossip about the employees on the show. Joe has a good experience playing a new game on the post-game show, but when he dared to play again off the air there were grave consequences. Robby is preparing for another houseguest coming from overseas, this time for an extended visit.
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The mysterious black friend Robby claims to have is discussed again when he gets mentioned just before show time. Rob is frustrated that his cooking skills don’t seem to be improving, and are possibly getting worse. After watching the Eagles documentary, Rob compares their internal creative struggles to himself and Joe. A new venue for the murder mystery shows is not exactly as advertised and presents a host of issues including one very special audience member. Joe is surprised to learn that his girlfriend’s father has an interest in musical theater. There is speculation about the selection process for ‘The Bachelor’ contestants. A new story in the Gramps series unveils the time he once brought a gun to a knife fight. Someone in the MORE family threatens Marcus.
Aired Live Monday, December 12th at 7:30PM
The group assembled for Joe’s birthday party makes the Medieval Times staff nervous. Rob offers some hypotheticals to Robby and Joe regarding things they might be willing to sacrifice in order to shave off a few years. Die Laughing Productions traveled to Philadelphia and then Winchester, where a cast member almost loses the audience at one show with an impromptu musical performance. Joe is still having co-host trouble on the Raven’s post-game show. Jeremy Woodworth and Chris Restivo submit their audition tapes for the job. Rob makes an announcement about a new project in the works for true fans of the show. Gramps is relentlessly flirting with a young comedienne on Facebook. When Tommy Sinbazo’s fiancé insists on turning a simple camping trip into a survival challenge, Joe balks at the idea.
Aired Live Monday, December 5th at 7:30PM
Robby has a big birthday. He also delivers his will on Thanksgiving. Do you think he is handling this birthday well? Hear more stories from Thanksgiving including Rob’s extended family at the new house. Secret Santas are revealed. The market for stuttering comedians is wide open. Which comedian is worthy of filling in on the 98 Rock Ravens Post-Game Show? This and so much more. Remember, you can listen to the show live every Monday night at 7:30p EST at live.robandjoeshow.com.
Rob makes a guess as to Robby’s opinion on last week’s show. Rob and Joe test Chris Restivo’s math skills. The Gramps stories keep coming, but is the quality in decline? Joe has new tales about his co-worker Scott Apple including one about his love for Star Wars. This leads to some frank commentary about disappointing movie franchises. Rob meets interesting people where ever he goes, and the Florida Keys are no exception. Rob has an idea for a new business that plays to the strengths of three people close to the show. Joe and Robby are competing to achieve the most steps per day, and as usual one is suspected of cheating. Robby finds himself in an awkward position with a politically incorrect medical professional. Rob wants to do a show gift exchange with a lot of rules and Joe is confused.
Aired Live Monday, November 21st at 7:30PM
Get caught up with a history of Chris Restivo. Rob and Joe give post election commentaries and a critique of SNL with Dave Chappell. Can stuttering make you hot and famous? The Murder Mystery is killing it. Rob is waiting for the phone to ring after his big TV appearance. Robby isn’t here.
Joe takes a cruise with his girlfriend, and one of the worst wedding proposals happens. Joe offends a carny. Big party for the premiere of Hart of The City DC on Comedy Central starring Rob Maher. Rob goes on NPR and bombs. Rob is getting famous but getting no love online during promotional tour. The mafia visit Rob’s house on Halloween.
Erik Woodworth joins the show while Joe is in the middle of the ocean. In his absence, there is a lot of speculation about Joe’s behavior on the boat with Katie. Part of Erik’s anatomy has a good side, and it’s appeared in countess photos. It’s Halloween night and Erik’s kids are anxious for daddy to be done recording a podcast. Not surprisingly, Rob and Erik’s costumes share the same origin. Erik talks about his brother, who is an interesting character to say the least. Rob’s debut on Comedy Central is just days away and he’s having nightmares about it. Redskins fans are torturing themselves each week watching their team play, and Rob’s great tweet about the tie game gets no love. Erik loves all things Walking Dead and defends the show. Bill Murray receiving the Mark Twain prize this week leads to several ideas for more remakes with the cast of the new Ghostbusters.
Aired Live Monday October 31st at 7:30PM