Today, Dan and Jordan finish catching up by taking in Alex's very serious warning to Trump that he released on Christmas. Then, they take in the December 29 episode to see how many stacks (aka "stackies") Alex can get through in one show.
Today, Dan and Jordan reunite to examine a very tough day around Infowars. In this installment, Trump's comments about vaccines and boosters combine with financial woes and Alex not being able to see Spiderman to create a mood where maybe the world isn't worth saving.
Today, Dan and Jordan attempt to record a little minisode from different countries. While Jordan has been out of town, Dan found a few clips from 1998 that the world needs to hear, which illustrate how little Alex has really changed over the past 23 years.
Today, even though Jordan is on vacation, breaking news required Dan to put out a sneaky snake episode. Alex has decided to sue the January 6 Committee, so Dan calls in Andrew Torrez from the Opening Arguments podcast to help make sense of the legal filing.
Today, Dan sends Jordan off on his vacation by giving him a break from Alex Jones to check in on how things are going with Sweary Kerry around Project Camelot. In this installment, rocket science is simplified, and a nefarious cyborg plot is uncovered.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to take in a rare treat. In this installment, Alex invites Ann Coulter onto the show hoping to humiliate her with his debate skills and superior grasp on "the truth." This does not go well.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the recent goings-on in the world of "the most important work" Alex Jones has ever done in his career, Reset Wars. These are disappointing goings-on.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex to see how he is doing. In this installment, Alex brags about "waking up" people, decides that he is really into Glenn Beck now, and gets weird with his daughter over breakfast.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex's Sunday shows are going these days. In this installment, Alex misreports every headline he attempts to read, impotently tries to intimidate Trump and Rand Paul, and indicates that he thinks Luxembourg is part of Germany.
Today, Dan and Jordan check back in on the present day to see what Alex is up to. In this installment, Alex interviews a weirdo Australian MP, does an infomercial he swears isn't an infomercial, and says "baby" more times than you'd expect.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue looking at the past, where they find the trends of homophobia continuing on the show. Also, Alex reports erroneously on Swiss euthanasia, engages is deeply unethical sales practices, and warns of a 4th of July false flag terrorist attack that does not happen.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip into the past. In this installment, the gents learn that they might have been a little off about Alex's history of Satanism claims. Also, the show takes a turn for the homophobic, and Alex ends up getting some pushback from callers.
Today, Dan and Jordan examine a bit of a preview interview about the big new project, Reset Wars. In this installment, the gents meet a promotion-obsessed hypnotist who thinks it's impossible to die and who helped Alex create Reset Wars.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex is doing after getting subpoenaed about January 6. In a bizarre twist, instead of learning much about the subpoena, they find Alex launching a suspicious new project called Reset Wars.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how Alex is holding up after losing a bunch of court cases. In this installment, Alex rambles about how he's murdered people, drifts into deeply misogynistic and homophobic territory, and has a dumb interview with Mike Flynn.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's response to the news that he lost the Connecticut case regarding Sandy Hook by another default judgement. Plus, the gents check in with plaintiff's lawyer Mark Bankston about the developments.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past. In this installment, Alex tries to pretend that Strom Thurmond wasn't racist, interviews an anti-Semite and an Islamophobe about how they don't like immigrants, and intrigues Dan with a tale about gold bars.
Today, Dan and Jordan end the week with an actual Alex episode, checking in on the present day. In this installment, Alex gets into theories about Gavin Newsom, gets really disgraceful about a recent tragedy, and accidentally reveals that he knows he spreads Covid-19 misinformation.
Today, Dan and Jordan attempt to cover a recent episode of The Alex Jones Show, but decide to bail and have a chat with Jon Ronson instead. (Apologies about some slight sound issues)
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see if Tucker Carlson's new documentary series Patriot Purge (which Alex claims to have assisted with) is as similar to Infowars as everyone is saying. Spoiler alert: it is.
Today, Dan and Jordan hang out in the past in search of inspiration, which Dan finds when he realizes that California governor Gray Davis is about to be recalled, and Alex is about to lose his mind about Arnold Schwarzenegger. Also, Alex tells stories of youthful fighting that seem very light on murder.
Today, Dan and Jordan actually get back to the present day to find out what Alex's take is on the Lincoln Project's recent publicity stunt, and a piece that Jim Acosta did about Tucker Carlson on CNN.
Today, Dan and Jordan try to talk about a present day episode, but end up deciding to celebrate Halloween by dipping back to 2002 to discuss a spooky interview Alex did with a guy who is very afraid of witches.
Today, Dan and Jordan once again put Alex in timeout and retreat to the past. In this installment, Alex proposes a shocking new labor platform, discusses meeting a Globalist in a bathroom, and reveals the true problem with the Harry Potter books.
Today, Dan and Jordan check back in on how Alex Jones is doing these days. In this installment, Alex is on an emotional rollercoaster that finds him yelling about the devil, targeting another high school student, and being fairly ambivalent about whether or not his listeners should kill their family members who aren't against vaccines.