Joe is now able to enjoy the Nats victory with Rob due to a certain former show announcer no longer constantly trolling him. When Joe gets sidelined during a conversation with a Hall of Fame NFL player, he tries to determine who is the most famous person he’s actually interviewed. Joe gets on a party bus with his father-in-law. Rob is excited about visiting Utah for the first time this week. This leads to Joe reminiscing about all the places he and Robby visited as children.
Aired Live Monday, November 4th at 7:30PM
Joe’s wife sits-in on the show while he is called away for double-duty on 98 Rock. Rob gets screwed out of attending a star-studded evening. Rob and Joe’s instincts were all wrong on the bet they placed last week. This leads to a discussion about television and the show Seinfeld. Katie defends against Joe’s criticisms about her binging-watching ahead of him. Based on a recent visit to the movies, Katie has strong feelings about the next Batman. Rob and Katie consider which mythical creatures are the hottest and which vampire movies are the best. Joe and Katie have an idea for Halloween costumes that they can’t really use. At the last murder mystery show, Tommy ate something not meant for human consumption. Rob is preparing for his Dry Bar Comedy debut. Katie gives her assessment of married life so far.
Recorded Monday, October 28th at 7:00PM
Joe gets caught up in some neighborhood Halloween nonsense. Rob knows exactly how he will celebrate a Nats’ World Series win. Katie wants to know what special brand of coffee they brew at the country club where DLP was performing over the weekend. Rob doesn’t want his neighbor’s as friends, but he wouldn’t mind if his friends became neighbors. Rob and Joe both enjoy their partner’s desire to keep an uncluttered house. Eric uses his own body as a pizza plate. Rob gets a backhanded compliment from a millennial who attended his stand-up show. This leads to a debate about comedy from the past; what’s remained timeless and what’s just not funny anymore. Rob, Joe and Katie get chastised by a woman on Instagram defending Marcus. Joe and Katie spend their third weekend in a row attending a wedding.
Aired Live Monday, October 21st at 7:30PM
Joe has an update on Chris Restivo’s alleged audition. Rob and Joe take questions from the chat revisiting many topics from past shows including; station politics at 98 Rock, real estate, family, marriage, sex and a lot of discussion about death. Joe closes the show by complaining (and demonstrating) on the air how difficult it is to actually “cancel anytime” when your meal-kit service free trial is ending.
Aired Live Monday, October 14th at 7:30PM
Joe reveals the secret behind a little social media prank he played on Rob. When people don’t understand his tweets, Rob gets frustrated. Joe is really up on the music of Taylor Swift. Katie’s best friend was married over the weekend and the wedding featured a gigantic wedding party and a lot of drinking. Katie trusted Joe to remember one thing for the wedding. Joe risks his perfect Lyft score for a college athletics strength trainer. Marcus has an update from the previous conversation about his injury and its affect on his lovemaking.
Aired Live Monday, October 7th at 7:30PM
Marcus suffered a couple of injuries during his absence, one of them to a very sensitive part of the body. Joe accidentally picks-up when Chris Restivo calls him with an update on the shirt. He also reaches out to Rob to ask if he’s aware of all his huge show business opportunities. Rob gives Joe Blue Apron as a gift, so he decides to complete the sign-up process during the show. Katie isn’t happy when she discovers Joe did this without her. Following the petsitting story on last week’s show, Joe has a conversation with his neighbors off the air and one of them did not like the segment. Katie talks about the drama surrounding her very recent exit from Under Armour. Rob’s been offered a new potentially lucrative gig, but he can’t use practically any of his existing material.
Aired Live Monday, September 30th at 7:30PM
Rob frantically searches for his wallet after Robby informs him about his own bank account being hacked. Joe is creeping around the radio station on Sunday morning, or so it might appear to one of his colleagues working in the studio. Rob was not the only one who misplaced something, and when his neighbors are involved Joe can never seem to get out of his own way. The show’s social media is flooded with feedback on last week’s fast casual burger disagreement. Joe and Katie review the new theatrical release “Hustlers”. SPOILER ALERT. Robby saw the movie they should have picked to see instead. Joe recalls a story about asking a girl on a date to see “Rambo: First Blood Pt. II”. Once again, Joe creates tension with Katie when he mentions how she binges shows ahead of him. Rob and Joe argue over the believability of “Unbelievable” on Netflix.
Aired Live Monday, September 23rd at 7:30PM
Rob receives another unsolicited email from someone who wants to be part of DLP. Joe is going to get his Five Plated sign back from Winchester in a few weeks, but Katie may not allow it to be displayed in the house. Joe reveals whether or not the 98 Rock “fan” that he spotted at a baby shower returned to the Raven’s broadcast area. Chris produces yet another one of his impressionist bits and sends it to Rob, who seems to be the only one (besides Erik) who actually thinks its worthwhile. A very contested debate on Twitter leads Rob to pose this same question about fast food on the show.
Recorded Monday, September 16th at 7:30PM