Today, Dan and Jordan wrap up trial coverage by looking at how Alex responded to the news of his punitive damages judgment. Bad news: it's a lot of Bobby Barnes. Good news: the gents meet Willford Snibble-Snabble of the Gribble-Pibble.
Today, Dan and Jordan begin a breakdown of some of the Alex-related aspects of the Sandy Hook trial. In this installment, they go over Alex's testimony, and review his on-air response to the announcement of the compensatory damages judgment.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue Sneak Week as they sit down for a delightful chat with researcher and expert witness in the Sandy Hook trial, Becca Lewis.
Today, Dan and Jordan take in the events of the past couple weeks with the help of a couple guests, plaintiff's attorneys Mark Bankston and Bill Ogden. Tune in for insights about the trial, and to learn that Bill remembers Tila Tequila's dating show.
Today, Dan and Jordan give an update on the Sandy Hook trial, taking a particular focus on Alex's behavior on air while Neil Heslin was testifying, and claims Alex made that a clip of him was used dishonestly in court.
Today, Dan and Jordan welcome back to the show reporter and author of the book on Sandy Hook, Elizabeth Williamson, to have a chat about how things are going in the trial, important take-aways, and donut-related secrets.
Today, Dan and Jordan wrap up their coverage of Alex's documentary by discussing the Q&A that Glenn Greenwald hosted after the film's premier. It's not good.
Today, Dan and Jordan give a little court update and then decompress by deconstructing Owen Shroyer's recent debut as a stand-up comedian. This kid is going places!
Today, Dan and Jordan break down the documentary that pretends to tell the story of Alex's life and career, and find a whole lot of serious problems along the way.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to discuss their first few days in Austin, taking in Alex Jones' trial. In this installment, Jordan sees Alex in person for the first time, and Dan gets to watch Alex do a very sad impromptu press conference.
Today, just before heading out to Austin, Dan summons Robert Evans to discuss Alex appearing on Steve Bannon's podcast, before Dan is joined by a special surprise guest.
Today, Dan and Jordan wrap up their look at Alex's activities from September 11, 2001 by looking at his evening broadcast. Does Alex still think the EU was probably behind 9/11? Can Alex be any more disrespectful than he was that morning? Does Alex get into a fight with a special celebrity guest?
Today, Dan and Jordan celebrate their landmark 703rd episode by finally covering perhaps the most important day in Alex Jones' career, September 11, 2001.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore a couple days of nonsense at the beginning of this week. In this installment, Alex obsesses about Hunter Biden, brags about his documentary, and also threatens to cut his own penis off.
Today, Dan and Jordan go to a date in the past to fulfill a special request. In this installment, Alex interviews Randy Weaver, tells a bizarre story about high school days, and promotes Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11.
Today, Dan and Jordan forget that it's their 700th episode, so they just do a normal show, covering a day where Alex is in a great mood because the Georgia Guidestones had been bombed the night before.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's response to the 4th of July shooting in Highland Park, IL. As it turns out, he doesn't talk about it much, and mostly just gets defensive about aliens and tries to whip up violence at the border.
Today, Dan and Jordan declare their independence from Alex Jones to check in on a recent Project Camelot interview featuring a man who telepathically communicates with Sasquatch. Also he went to Mars for a year.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex is doing, and find him throwing out all of his news-covering plans after Roger Stone stops by to drop a bombshell on him. Also, Alex interviews an annoying dork.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's reaction to the news of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. You may be slightly surprised by Alex's reaction, as well as by the intense bigotry of Judge Joe Brown.
Today, Dan and Jordan celebrate Alex's return to the studio after an over two week breaky. In this installment, Alex takes a ton of calls, the Infowars crew are reimagined as the castaways on Gilligan's Island, and an Italian weirdo warns of sentient cities and robot armies.
Today, Dan and Jordan reel from the news that Alex has still been out of studio. To cope with his absence, they discuss an unearthed PSA Alex recorded in 1998 and listen to an episode from 2003 where Alex gets really mad about an episode of Malcolm In The Middle.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to check in on Alex's roots. In this installment, Alex clarifies his position on the death penalty, gets all worked up about an op-ed, and dreadfully misreports the details of a 1982 bank robbery.
Alex has been out of the studio since June 6, so Dan and Jordan check in with a few of his call-ins to the show during his work-cation, while the world awaits his return to Occupied Texas.