Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex as he is fooled by a fake story about John Kerry being a Satanist, and gets into a disagreement with a caller. Also, the gents make a big announcement.
Today, Dan and Jordan watch on as Alex attempts to make new friends and rekindle lost connections. In this installment, Alex forges bonds with another weirdo named Alex, a lunatic Bilderberg "expert," and a woods-dwelling Holocaust denier.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore the very bizarre second episode of Tucker Carlson's Twitter show. This installment sorta revolves around cultural taboos, and Tucker spends a lot of time complaining about how society doesn't like white supremacists enough.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to take in the first guest appearance of Colonel Donn De Grand Pre. Bad news about him. Also, Alex finally gets to see The Passion of the Christ.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex Jones reacted to the news that Trump got indicted again. In this installment, Alex espouses disgusting ideas about Michelle Obama, and about a stabbing in France. Also, gremlins may be real.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the day before Trump got indicted on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex interviews three idiots, tells countless fictional stories about family members, and gleefully reflects on a time he punched a dog in the head.
Today, Dan and Jordan conduct a trial run of seeing how it feels to cover Tucker Carlson's new show on Twitter. In this installment, Tucker covers Ukrainian dams, tautologies, and how the media doesn't care enough about UFOs.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex is doing. In this installment, Alex returns from a long vacation only to immediately leave again to do his show from Steven Crowder's studio. Also, Alex recites Heart lyrics and supports the idea of making homosexuality illegal.
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.