Episode 360 - May 7th, 2018

Joe is planning the first official holiday gathering at his new home for Mother's Day. A chance meeting with an often-discussed fellow podcast personality intrudes on Joe's evening at the cinema. The Haddish camp appropriates one of Rob's ideas, but it remains to be seen if he will benefit or be credited in any way. Rob drives all the way to Williamsburg to perform in front of 30 people and find enlightenment about having children. Rob is still tormented by his headshot dilemma and Robby's Facebook friend status is a casualty of the whole brouhaha. A couple of angry exchanges among the show personnel happened this week; one right before show time. Die Laughing Productions is dealing with some injured players following the most recent show. Joe plays it fast and loose with the check from the venue the following day. Joe sends well-wishes to a comedy colleague only to discover he's been kicked out of the country. Preparing for a rare stand-up gig, Joe writes a phony set list. Rob continues to torture himself by participating in the recurring, local tournament-style comedy competition. Joe is jealous when the area's worst comic somehow makes his way on to the local news.




Episode 359 - April 30th, 2018

Rob wonders if he is allowed to help a stranger in an embarrassing predicament. By chance, Rob's girlfriend meets one of Robby and Joe's siblings, which makes it necessary to explain again how their strange family dynamic came to be. Rob takes another stab at Comedy Kumite, but its probably hopeless. Rob and Joe want to hitch their wagon to a winning Pinewood Derby team and Rob reviews the Netflix show 'Fastest Car'. On very little sleep, Joe drags himself to a drag show. One of Gramps' customers would have fit right in at that event. Joe would rather avoid conflict when he goes to the movies while Tommy and Erik are involved in an all-out brawl in the theater. Rob and Joe want to prove that Robby can't distinguish various vodka's by taste as he claims. Joe rubs elbows with celebrities at Sunday's Maryland Boxing Hall of Fame induction ceremony.




Episode 358 - April 23rd, 2018

Gramps is concerned when the show doesn't start right at 7:30, which leads to a conversation about his impatient driving tendencies. Marcus has an update about his bald-headed show of support. Rob is offered a private box ticket to a Caps post season game. Joe intentionally spoils the new Joaquin Phoenix movie by way of reviewing it. Rob is running out of time to use his MoviePass. Rob and Joe ponder the mechanics of doing an on-screen love scene. Some drunken sex talk results when Rob and Tawanda visit Joe and Katie at home. There is speculation surrounding the upcoming release of 'Infinity War' and which Avenger will die. This evolves into a discussion about 'Seinfeld' and appointment television. A request is received that a new system be implemented to explain each of the many Rob and Joe characters to newer listeners. A reality-star-wannabe auditions for The Bachelorette, but he probably shouldn't get his hopes too high. Scott Apple is trying for a second baby with the help of an app.




Episode 357 - April 16th, 2018

The first perfect Spring weather arrived over the weekend, but Robby was inside binging on Amazon Originals programming. A new Gramps story leads to speculation about his demise. Joe has remorse about last week's examination of Rob's new photos. Joe lectures about how to speak to the performers before a show following a few encounters prior to the most recent murder mystery. The show is a huge success in spite of this, an audience member not cooperating and Joe putting his foot in his mouth again. LaughFinder gets a huge guest, but Joe can't help but try to burst Tommy's bubble. Dr. Gil threatens to blow up Robby's spot. Rob learns of a Tesla message board and infamous member posting on it. Scott Apple wants to be a part of NASA's probe to the sun. Rob lands a lucrative gig performing for a convention center full of recovering drug addicts, but could not anticipate how truly disastrous the show would be. Joe and Katie ask their waitress a rhetorical question and get an answer that may or may not have been racist. Joe learns how to increase the font size on his phone, but then discovers that he doesn't have permission to do that sort of thing.




Episode 356 - April 9th, 2018

Rob and Joe both just saw "A Quiet Place", and one of them did not use their MoviePass. A visit to TMOS results in some studio envy. Man's best friend must really put in the effort to win Rob's affection. The controversial show promo is being discussed all over the MORE network. Marcus Certa's new look is getting mixed reviews, but only before a person knows the reason behind it. Rob shares his new headshots and Joe can't help expressing his disspointment with the results. Rob's got a gig in Ocean City, but he won't visit Old Time Photos. Rob speculates how Facebook might be improved by simply eliminating the "like". Rob and Joe need some relief from the stress of the Murder Mystery shows.




Episode 355 - April 9th, 2017

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Episode 354 - April 2nd, 2018

Rob is scheduled to do comedy in Florida again, and he seems confident that the gig won't get canceled this time. Joe is annoyed at the lack of love his Twitter account is getting from the show's account. Robby gets hammered for what he disclosed at the family's Easter get-together. Someone close to Joe and Robby has a knack for exacerbating their already stressful situations. A new promo for TMOS gets sidelined, but it obviously isn't Rob or Joe's fault. His girlfriend would like to attend the JSS Morning Show Adult Prom, but Rob has a conflict that night so she needs a date. There is an update regarding the nascent Missed Connections podcast. Joe doubles-down on his opinion of Irish music after hearing what is touted as best the genre has to offer. Good friend Rory Scovel was in town doing standup and his career is apparently about to catch fire. Rob is strategizing for his new head shot photo shoot. Scott Apple might be a guest on another podcast and everyone puts their heads together to try and prevent a potential trainwreck.




Episode 353 - March 26th, 2018

A mystery listener has posted a Craigslist ad aimed at Joe. For the annual Ocean City weekend, Joe makes the mistake of asking Tim for a ride to the beach. Rob feels he's losing clout with the Die Laughing Productions crew. The movie Con Air is the topic when Rob joins the Quality Time podcast. Gramps sends a couple new stories, but Robby voices an objection to one of them. It is discovered that certain listeners really aren't able follow the discussion. A fan of the show chastises Joe on Facebook. When Fox weatherman Vytas Reid says something really dumb, he reveals himself to be the kind of person that Rob and Joe really dislike. After hearing that a domain squatter has appropriated his brand, Chris Restivo is out for blood. Joe and Katie both have their identities stolen and law enforcement doesn't really want to hear about it. Rob poses a question about the most surprising food to call one's favorite. Rob and Joe address the controversy happening over on TMOS this week. The inclement weather was ultimately not a factor on the night a new murder mystery debuted, but the possibility had Rob and Joe on edge.




Episode 352 - March 19th, 2018

Techical problems result in a false start without Robby around to immediately address the issue. Even though Rob was away with his new Hollywood friends, and Robby refused to work sound, a murder mystery show somehow still came together. Joe celebrates his Irish roots on St. Patty's Day. Erik Woodworth is working on his look. Joe demands to know why Rob won't join the group for the annual guy's trip. Everyone at UMBC is excited about the men's basketball team, except one person close to Joe who lives on campus. When a photo of Joe's new Five Plated shirt is shared on social media, the man behind the design must once again try to explain his nonsensical slogan. Rob runs interference to protect his superstar friend from a crazy fan. Rob is giving serious thought to how he can parlay his new A-list connections into the next level.




Episode 351 - March 12th, 2018

Rob reflects on his career and seriously considers his next big move. Joe meets a fan whom he convinces to join Patreon. Joe gets extremely uncomfortable when his friend and former landlord repeats his private joke to a stranger. Rob shows irresponsible handling of money when he pays to see Black Panther when he could have easily gone for free. Chris Restivo is called with an offer of sympathies about some recent tragedy in his life, and also to ask him about the status of Joe's shirt delivery. Joe is stunned to learn some of the things that people don't know. Rob thinks its about time that Joe updated his website. Rob and Joe debate the Mt. Rushmore of crackers and whether or not a Graham is qualified for inclusion. Rob talks about the recently unearthed OJ Simpson interview, and asks Robby to play his hypothetical game "If I did It". Rob was on a series of successful theater shows with Tiffany Haddish and has built a very close relationship with the comedy superstar, but he still won't have her as a guest on this show.




Episode 350 - March 12th, 2017

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Episode 349 - March 5th, 2018

Rob is having trouble negotiating stairs and his girlfriend can't keep track of her wallet. Joe visits Chicago and has many adventures and food memories. Justin and Katie record their first podcast together. Following the Oscars there is some movie talk, and Rob has still not used his MoviePass. Rob is riding the coattails of yet another famous comic. Rob finally gets his new material to work, but without Joe's advice. Joe receives a surprising compliment from a fan of the show.




Episode 348 - February 26th, 2018

Rob is watching a lot of Netflix, including a reality show that made him cry. Gramps' stories have been neglected lately and he wants to know why. Robby gets the show mixed up in politics. Katie's family witnesses Joe's knack for rubbing strangers the wrong way. The pain-in-the-ass woman from the Virginia Beach show continues to annoy Joe. Rob has one of his jokes analyzed. Joe's girlfriend is launching a podcast that will likely surpass his own. The author of "How to Become a Full-Time Stand-up Comedian" finds himself the target of a well-known model. Rob still hasn't used his Christmas gift from Joe. Rob and Joe argue about which film with a black lead is the most important. Robby makes a decision to attend a party based on complete misinformation.




Episode 347 - February 19th, 2018

When the murder mystery goes out of town, planning the travel with certain cast members can be nerve-wracking. Tommy and Erik's shared passion helps to reunite a broken family. There are plenty of hi-jinks among the Die Laughing Productions crew. Joe encounters an audience member who won't take no for an answer. Rob recalls how one of the comics was detained at a security checkpoint while they were overseas. Joe reviews Black Panther and discusses the racial politics surrounding the film industry and the media. Joe appeared on another podcast this week and had a great time, but not everyone enjoyed the show. Robby receives a photo of a salt crystal lamp from his brother with no explanation; Joe explains. A fan sends the show an email requesting a position as Gramps' intern. Rob and Robby compare notes on The Bachelor contestants.




Episode 346 - February 12th, 2018

Despite having two back-to-back sold out murder mystery shows in Winchester, Rob and Joe fixate on the small problems. Rob headlines a show at a country club which Joe is certain will be a train wreck. After hearing so many Gramps stories with a similar theme, Rob has a theory. A new set of hypothetical questions about sleeping arrangements springs from the conversation. Marcus has a shocking revelation about his involvement in Shelburne Vermont local community theater.



 

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