• 10/23/17

    R&J #327 – Rob’s Bad Move

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    The upcoming New Orleans trip has Rob rather confused regarding Joe’s lack of involvement and the concept of the “meet and greet”. Joe mistakenly thinks that Robby is actually being flexible for a change. The Daily Beast does a new piece about their favorite fake millennial punching-bag. A comedy colleague thinks Rob’s career is going better than it truly is. Joe takes extreme measures in an attempt to prove he’s not a telemarketing scammer. One of Joe’s favorite musical act’s tour won’t be coming to the DC area, so he goes to see the next best thing. Rob makes a big assumption about an invite from one of his celebrity friends. Joe’s son celebrates his 20th birthday at a Die Laughing show. Joe wants to live an HD lifestyle in an RGB home.

    Aired Live Monday, October 23rd at 7:30PM

    10/17/17

    R&J #326 – Club Cancel

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    Rob laments over the business of comedy following a disappointing turn of events. Joe’s new homebuyer experience is par for the course. Robby wants the week off as soon as the show’s schedule is disrupted. In order to recover from the Orlando debacle, Rob turns to Poker and Frightland. Joe also visits this Halloween attraction, but is frightened before he even gets inside. Marcus want some time away from the fans to hang with Rob when they travel to New Orleans for the TMOS Live event. The 98 Rock morning show is also touring with their own live show, and they’ve pilfered a Die Laughing cast member. Rob has an issue with Meryl Streep.

    Recorded Tuesday, October 17th at 6:00PM

    10/9/17

    R&J #325 – Family Emergency

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    Joe goes to see the Blade Runner sequel and arrives way too early. Die Laughing Productions goes balls out. Rob pats himself on the back after raising money for charity. Robby thwarts his own dog’s shot at winning the pet competition. Gramps drops a certain name in his efforts to gain an advantage once again. When he finds inaccuracies in his trivia calendar, Robby feels compelled to contact someone about it. A soap commercial is deemed ‘racially insensitive’ and Rob can’t help but point at the ridiculousness. Marcus is making a big name for himself in food-related TV programming.

    Aired Live Monday, October 9th at 7:30PM

    10/2/17

    R&J #324 – Um, Golly!

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    Joe talks about rock music becoming extinct in the light of the Tom Petty news. He then decides to solicit a eulogy from his biggest fan, Scott Apple. Robby reviews last week show, and Rob didn’t see it coming.

    Aired Live Monday, October 2nd at 7:30PM

    9/25/17

    R&J #322 – Show Improv

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    Rob and Joe speculate about what Robby is doing during his absence from the show and then start making plans about the future of the show production without him. Rob’s just returned from emceeing for Tiffany Haddish. Rob is forced to delete nearly every post by one of his friends on Facebook. Joe addresses Tom Arnold’s most recent comments about him. There is a new Gramps story that has Joe furious. With the debut of Young Sheldon and the success of Better Call Saul, Rob wonders about this trend of TV prequels. Joe’s son is on track to join the family business. Scott Apple celebrates Rosh Hashanah in his own distinct and hilarious way. Someone is making plans to test and review Rob’s new promotional item.

    Recorded Monday, September 25th at 7:30PM

    9/18/17

    R&J #321 – Tasty Goat

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    Rob may be a little too excited about the new season of The Voice. Rob and Joe have guest envy and Robby does his best to compete with the power of The Tony Perkins Show. Die Laughing Productions comes to Gramps’ house. Joe is feeling stress over the looming major purchase, but makes it clear that some of the decisions about the new home will be Katie’s alone. Rob and Tommy both had birthdays this past week; Joe spends a lot of money celebrating with one of them and barely acknowledges the other. Riding the Metro, Rob finds himself in an awkward position when he overhears a couple’s conversation. Rob and Joe both feel pressure when receiving gifts. Joe visits the county fair and is puzzled about the value of a goat. A big celebrity is returning to Baltimore and Joe is bracing for an uncomfortable situation. Rob is selling condoms. Gramps is now able to hand his stories to Joe directly.

    Aired Live Monday, September 18th at 7:30PM

    9/11/17

    R&J #320 – Hate Finger

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    Rob and Joe examine the reaction to the fight between the two of them last week. This leads to a discussion about make-up sex and whether or not it is a real thing. Rob and Joe bother Chris Restivo while he’s trying to watch the Vikings game. Joe shares more of the odd behavior he’s observed living with Gramps’. Jim Carrey might have lost his mind based on his recent red carpet interview. Joe has started playing tennis with Katie as a form of exercise and recalls his first experience with the game as a kid. Rob shares his own tennis story involving his friend Todd Moore.

    Aired Live Monday, September 11th at 7:30PM

    9/4/17

    R&J #319 – Amazing at Blowing

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    There is a bit of a panic when the show’s Skype account gets hacked by some Russian miscreants. Rob has a brush with law enforcement and a gunman on the loose. Marcus also shares his most frightening moment. Joe shares his own lesser story about being scared and Gramps seems to have no fear. Joe commits to emceeing a show without really thinking about the headaches. A significant mishap at the sold out murder mystery on Saturday leads to a huge blow-up between Rob and Joe on the show. Everyone locks-in their annual Super Bowl picks. Joe discovers a hidden talent at the Renaissance Festival. Robby tracks down the driver improvement student that rubbed Rob the wrong way.

    Aired Live Monday, September 4th at 7:30PM