• 1/27/20

    R&J #463 – Mickey Monday


    Oki has released his first podcast all about his phone interview with everyone’s favorite phony millennial. Restivo was appreciative of Rob and Joe’s efforts to help him last week, so they follow-up with a Millstream staffer as well as Chris himself. A conversation about the quality of food at a gentlemen’s club follows. Rob and Joe ponder TMZ’s ability to always be first when it comes to celebrity tragedies. They also get into the social media reaction to the recent shocking news, the comedians who believe it’s a perfect time to make jokes and the relative magnitude of other celebrity deaths. Joe has found himself in a lot of arguments recently and he wonders if it has to do with his own temperment. A country club stand-up show featured the talents of some of the Die Laughing performers, but one comedian in particular stood out.

    Aired Live Monday, January 27th  at 7:30PM


    R&J #462 – Five and Below


    The Patreon premium show has a brand new subscriber whose patronage is puzzling. Joe’s dog is on a diet. Rob is aggravated by an audience member at the DC Improv who is offended at one of his joke, but on someone else’s behalf. Everyone who intended, or was involved in, the first Polar Bear Plunge Murder Mystery show walked away feeling like it was a huge success. A conversation about jumping to conclusions and making accusations follows. Rob recaps what’s happened so far with everyone’s Bachelor picks. A trick backfires on Rob when he tries to confuse Tawanda while two colleges with identical mascots compete. Joe may have given up on Instagram. Not knowing that Chris Restivo wanted the information kept private, Rob discusses something he heard from Erik Woodworth on the air. Rob and Joe call Erik to shed light on the gossip, and then make an additional call to see if they can help with the situation.

    Aired Live Tuesday, January 21st  at 6:30PM


    R&J #461 – Bad Mojo


    Joe has been very busy organizing the big charity murder mystery show and is very excited about the station personnel who he has arranged to play parts. Rob wants to know how Joe is handling the end of the Ravens’ season. Joe vents. A well-known little person comic is in some deep doo-doo. On Twitter, J-L Cauvin defends his Ricky Gervais comments reacting to Joe’s recent criticisms. Un-phased, Joe blasts him again over attacks from his resurrected podcast. Joe talks about his love for “teen movies” and Rob tries to understand what movies fit his definition. Rob longs to find the footage from his improvisation comedy sketch with Jaime Pressly.

    Aired Live Tuesday, January 14th  at 7:30PM


    R&J #459 – The Price is Right


    Erik Woodworth gets recognition for something completely unrelated to comedy and podcasting. Chris Restivo on the other hand is the only one congratulating himself, and it’s for accomplishing nothing. Rob and Joe brag about the upcoming murder mystery schedule and one show in particular. Rob and Joe put Robby on the spot to make his prediction for this season of The Bachelor. Joe shares some of his thoughts after catching up on the HBO drama ‘Succession’. Following Ricky Gervais’s hosting of The Golden Globes, Rob and Joe talk about his performance and the address some of the criticism. This leads to a discussion about film; including Will Ferrell’s career and Home Alone. Joe has a new local hangout where he meets a lot of interesting people. Rob attempts to determine an action movie Mt. Rushmore with a lot of weird qualifiers. Rob and Joe eulogize a local legend.

    Aired Live Monday, January 6th  at 7:30PM


    R&J #458 – Two Turds


    Joe bemoans his day job and turning 50 this decade. Rob and Joe have a disagreement about the frequency of mothers murdering their kids. This leads to a debate about the percentage of people who believe in some popular conspiracies. Discussing major personal life events of the decade, Joe reminisces about his days of doing stand-up. Rob and Joe try to determine the television show, movie, sports highlight and scandal of the decade. Joe shares and uncomfortable moment from an afternoon drive radio segment taking calls. Joe chronicles his predictions for the Ravens and Lamar Jackson. Rob and Joe swaps stories about the holidays and the gifts they received. While Joe is making strides attaining an NFL player best friend, he did take one step backward.

    Recorded Monday, December 30th  at 7:00PM


    R&J #457 – The Sound of Robinsons


    After seeing Knives Out, Joe compares the movie to Die Laughing Productions’ product. Robby is very passionate about his position that Die Hard is a Christmas movie. He’s also very disappointed with Disney+. Rob and Joe talk about a couple of shows they can’t seem to stop watching. Katie wants credit for coming up with a business idea that has now come to fruition without her. This morphs into a conversation about how people spend their time at work; Joe specifically. Rob and Joe are witness to what is likely the smallest margin win ever in a fantasy football. Robby, asking an innocent question on the topic, creates an argument between the two of them.

    Recorded Monday, December 9th  at 7:30PM


    R&J #455 – Get to the End


    Rob’s recently started to enjoy cooking and he shares his recipes. Rob and Joe are popular with the kids. Rob guesses for what things Joe gave thanks this year. Rob has a strange hypothetical based on watching the National Geographic section on the hot new streaming service. Anxiety about the big dance number in the Christmas murder mystery is troubling Rob as the first show of the season gets closer. Joe would rather watch the game at home, but if he’s going to watch the Ravens at the stadium, he is particular about his skybox seat.

    Recorded Monday, December 2nd  at 8:15PM


    R&J #454 – Equal Spray


    Gramps loves his social media platforms, but he sends out a birthday greeting which Joe only receives by chance. Fans on Facebook weigh-in on good birthday gift ideas for Joe. Katie apparently has certain restrictions about what Joe can wear. Chris Restivo put together a star-studded birthday party for himself. When Joe and Katie go on a mini vacation to DC, the Museum of Natural history is a big let-down. They also go to see a play where someone working at the theater gets very aggressive with ticket-holders not stopping at the box office. Rob talks about shepherd’s pie and stand-up Sam Jay’s unique comic perspective.

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