Today, Dan and Jordan welcome Mike Rothschild back to the show to discuss how Alex disparaged him on the show a couple weeks back. In order to make it through this episode, Mike has to endure the critiques of Alex and at least two Infowars callers, which is no problem as it turns out.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Wednesday's show. In this installment, Alex complains about the heat, discusses Finding Nemo, and expounds on a very weird theory about what the Globalists' ultimate plan is.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore a very bullying and transphobic episode of Tucker Carlson's Twitter show that leaves both of them confused.
Today, Dan and Jordan record their first episode in the new studio. Unfortunately, it's a present day episode where Alex is trying to defend RFK Jr, and in the process engages in some intensely racist commentary about Chinese people.
Today, Jordan sits down with Talia Lavin, author of Culture Warlords, to talk about infiltrating extremist spaces and all the things that come along with it.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to see what Alex Jones was up to back then. In this installment, Alex hangs out with and interviews one of his best friends, a flagrant antisemite whose name is suspiciously close to Texas Martian.
Today, Dan and Jordan reflect on Sunday's episode of Alex's show. In this installment, Alex celebrates the success of The Sound of Freedom and waxes poetic about fish nibbling on his feet at the creek.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip into the past to experience a very off-putting episode of the Alex Jones Show, where Alex gets mad about a car some Australian teens designed, and engages in full-on AIDS denialism.
Today, Dan and Jordan get back to present day Alex with the kickoff (and probable end of) the July 5 Movement. In this installment, Alex talks about cocaine in the White House and spends a lot of time avoiding covering bombshell documents he definitely read before getting on air.
Today, Dan and Jordan review the sixth episode of Tucker Carlson's very dumb Twitter show. This installment is about how great Robert Kennedy Jr. is, but secretly may be about how one of his writers is taking a creative writing class.