Appropriately the show begins with a follow-up on Joe's health status. Rob and Joe have both been battling the blues, and the latter had to divorce himself from Twitter as that was a major contribution to his darkened mood. An audience member greets Rob after a show with a far-fetched life story. The meticulous housekeeper returns to detail Katie's car. Rob nails down plans for next week's show while Joe is away on vacation. When a friend and colleague is gifted a World Series ring, Rob wonders if Joe's place in the Ravens' hierarchy would garner the same level of respect. Joe and Katie don't love the new release by Taylor Swift, but Rob is enjoying the spate of ballads on the album. Rob finds himself in a quandary competing with Tawanda in a Playstation game, and Joe offers some advice backed by scientific research.Aired Live Monday July 27th at 6:30PM
Joe is sick, and the obvious question is raised. This leads to planning for the future in the event of his demise. Rob stepped in front of the Facebook firing squad when he asked a legitimate question about students going back to school. Rob is offered an unusual gig in support of a cause and he accepts in without really knowing if he believes in their premise at all. Another gig is going to prevent Rob from enjoying the return of Major League Baseball. After nine years of doing the show, Rob wonders who has given serious consideration to quitting during all that time.Aired Live Monday July 20th at 6:30pm
At the top of the show Rob is offered a gig. With that, a government grant and his Drybar appearance being released soon he should be rolling in dough. Katie hires a cleaning lady and gets far more than she expected. With the Redskins on the verge of retiring their 87-year-old moniker, Rob asks for a review of the best and worst nicknames in sports. Joe has a troll on his Twitter feed who just happens to be his brother. Rob and Tawanda play a game that reveals secret desires, including who each would like as a neighbor.Recorded Monday July 13th at 7:15PM
A pre-show snack causes Joe to reminisce about the Christmas stocking stuffers when he and Robby were children. A name in the chat room leads Rob in inquire about a name change for Washington's NFL team. Rob has several television recommendation for music lovers. A request from Erik whips Gramps into a frenzy. And Joe is stunned that he won't admit that he may have forgotten some important details from a series of conversations with Robby. While on Summer vacation, Joe likes to indulge in a few fruity cocktails. Tawanda takes a shot a Rob on Instagram during the show. Rob talks about his busy 4th of July weekend; the most he's left the house in months. Joe and Katie attempt to sedate their dog so the fireworks won't frighten him. A professor/political columnist with a large Twitter footprint is either not very bright or simply trolling J-L.
Katie's experience at the nail salon sparks Rob to pose a hypothetical, but Joe won't exactly cooperate. Gramps is celebrated for Father's Day, but not without some challenges. Joe's oldest son is getting set-up with a young lady by someone in the family. This leads Rob to suggest an idea for their first date, and make an odd claim about his own dating history. Rob has a frightening incident with an audience member at the first live stand-up show in months. Possible co-hosts are considered to replace Joe while he's away on vacation in August, but how that person will behave in his house unattended is a major factor. Rob declares his surprising pick for "best singer alive" and recommends a documentary about him.