In this installment, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex responded to the breaking situation at the US-Mexico border, where multiple states' governors were siding with Texas against the federal government. Plus, Alex discusses how his ancestors were psychics, but not like those phony kinds of psychics.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan enjoy a day full of Alex crafting and practicing a conspiracy about the Globalists' plans to give everyone Ebola.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to find Alex covering the most important issues of the day, including an angry divorcee in Alabama putting up signs in his yard and some guy in Oregon stealing a chicken.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex's thoughts were about the Iowa caucus. As it turns out, he doesn't have much to say about it, but he does have thoughts about demons, and how much you suck if you take your kid to a football game.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan finish up their coverage of the debate that finally settled the question, once and for all, about whether January 6 was a false flag.
In this installment, by popular demand, Dan and Jordan begin an analysis of Alex's monumental, very serious and sincere debate about whether or not January 6 was a manufactured event. Guest stars a-plenty! Incoherent yelling! This debate truly has it all.
In this installment, Jordan welcomes back to the show author and podcaster Jon Ronson to discuss his show Things Fell Apart, which has a new season out now. Tune in to hear about bad doctors and Jon's thoughts about Friday Night Lights.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan wrap up covering Alex's interview with Jimmy Dore. Business really picks up compared to the first part, with revelations about demon attacks and oxygen levels in the brain.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan "enjoy" their first 2024 episode of The Alex Jones Show. They tune in to find a very dumb "deep dive" about Epstein, and Alex interviewing yet another person who seems to really like Adolph Hitler. Bad start to 2024.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan go on a time travel episode for a special listener request, and end up in 2012. They encounter an appearance by the most important figure in modern history, Steve Piezcenik, and a special report about board games that they covered over 700 episodes ago.