Today, Dan and Jordan continue to explore Alex's hotel broadcast adventures. In this installment, Alex investigates giant combat robots, discusses stalking Mark Zuckerberg, and interviews a dollar-store Steve Pieczenik who wants to outlaw homosexuality in the US.
Today, Dan and Jordan finally have some new Alex to cover. In this installment, Alex broadcasts from a laptop in a hotel room, where he sings the praises of the John Birch Society, announces the demise of Budweiser, and insists that everyone actually really does like him.
Today, Jordan continues his thought-provoking conversation with Jeff Sharlet. Be sure to check out Jeff's book, The Undertow: Scenes From A Slow Civil War.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue to be stuck in the past as Alex remains out of studio. In this installment, lessons are learned about West Virginia vaccine bills, the government of the Republic of Texas, and pop up ads.
Today, Dan and Jordan are forced to stay in the past because Alex has been out of the studio all this week. In this installment, Alex meets The Shrimp Man and swears off coffee.
Today, Dan and Jordan check into how things are going for Alex in the present day. Turns out, not well. In this installment, Alex interviews a lawyer idiot, interviews a fellow talk show host idiot, and reports on the absurd story that 139 US hospitals had "kill floors" where doctors murdered Covid patients.
Today, Dan and Jordan check out a busy day for Alex. In this installment, Alex hosts Steven Crowder's show, and then does his own show from Steven's studio, where he chats with the head of a website that white supremacists totally love.
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around in the past to pay off the last episode's cliffhanger about Diane Sawyer's interview with Mel Gibson and Alex's inside information about what Mel said. Alex has some strong feelings, but the question of whether or not he even watched the interview hangs heavy.
Today, Dan and Jordan welcome Erica Lafferty to the show to discuss her experience as the lead plaintiff in the Connecticut case against Alex Jones, her medical situation, and much more.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip to the past to see some "Classic Alex." In this installment, Alex welcomes a bigot/father of a celebrity back to the show, and spends a whole lot of time complaining about a Presbyterian pastor he tricked into an interview.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss two wild days in Alex's life. In this installment, Alex takes over Steven Crowder's studio, does damage control for Tucker, and discusses how he got prank called at length.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in with Mark Bankston, lead attorney for the Sandy Hook plaintiffs in the Texas litigations. In this installment, the gents get an update on various legal issues related to Alex including sanctions against his lawyer, thoughts about the bankruptcy, and Alex's bizarre retraction/apology video regarding Scarlett Lewis. Also, there's lizard news.
Today, Jordan sits down for a chat with Sian Norris, author of the forthcoming book Bodies Under Siege: How The Far Right Attack on Reproductive Rights Went Global, available for pre-order now.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past to take in a very important day in Alex's history. In this installment, Alex attempts to interview Oliver North, and it doesn't go as well as he hoped it would.
Today, Dan and Jordan celebrate their 800th episode by discussing Alex's response to the news that Tucker Carlson got fired by Fox News. Alex weaves a few yarns about the situation, interviews a sex offender, and Dan and Jordan go over a rare "retraction" Alex made a while back.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip into the past to see what Alex was up to. In this installment, Alex gets super racist, endorses apartheid, and reports that the government will soon impose limitations on how many kids people can have.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex's response was to the announcement that RFK Jr. is running for president. In the process, they find Alex reuniting with an old time guest, a member of the anti-vax royalty and laminated card enthusiast, Rima Laibow.
Today, Dan and Jordan set out to discuss the April 14, 2023 episode of Alex's show but accidentally veer off course into a ridiculous interview Alex did with Tim Pool just before he came into studio.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip into the past to witness a momentous day in Alex's career. In this installment, Alex tacitly endorses the League of the South, advocates for secession and interviews Mel Gibson's bigot dad.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex covered Trump getting arrested. As it turns out, Alex got really transphobic, attacked the Manhattan DA's office, and then bored himself by listening to Trump's speech.
Today, Dan and Jordan reunite by sticking around in the past to check out what Alex gets up to. In this installment, Alex meanders about the OKC bombing, talks to a guy who's named Blood, and gets all peeved about the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to follow along with Alex's adventures through 2004. In this installment, Alex commends John Kerry for his service in Vietnam, shows no interest in the coming election, and gets mad at his audience for being dumb.
Today, Jordan sits down to have a chat with author (and past Infowars guest) Jeff Sharlet. Check out Jeff's new book The Undertow: Scenes From A Slow Civil War, available everywhere now.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's response to the news of God-King Donald Trump being indicted. You may be able to tell from the episode's runtime that it was slightly underwhelming. but does give him the chance to interview a guest it seems like he shouldn't.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex covered the news of the school shooting in Nashville. Unsurprisingly, he doesn't do well. Surprisingly, in the process, we end up learning a bit about rat social behaviors.