Today, Dan and Jordan check back in on the #79DaysOfHell on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Steve Pieczenik and Roger Stone try to out-bullshit each other, and Alex does such a sad, disappointing job with a scoop that Dan considers becoming a documentarian.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little break from talking about Alex Jones to see how Sweary Kerry is dealing with the results of the 2020 election. In this installment, the gents learn about prophetic dreams, magical sea battles, and "Walk-Ins."
Today, Dan and Jordan set out to see how things are going during Alex Jones's "#79DaysOfHell." In this installment, the Rockefellers reveal their evil plans through a cartoon, medical robots get disarmed, and Alex records his Fake Last Episode Ever.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on what happened when Alex Jones went down to Georgia. In this installment, Alex teams up with a couple of young upstart bigots to try to do the whole "Tea Party thing" all over again, Alex gets stalked by the FBI and a newsman in a blimp, and Dan offers a pitch for the next season of Infowars.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the intermediate period after Alex Jones returned from DC, and before he left for Georgia. In this installment, Alex talks to some violent weirdos, warns of gun-wielding robots, and sits through a caller relaying a dream from 16 years ago.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore the possibly thrilling conclusion to the InfoWars Caravan. In this installment, the convoy comes under repeated attack, Alex shows up in DC, and the radio show seems to completely fall apart at the seams.
Today, Dan and Jordan trace the first couple days of Infowars' absurd idea to run a convoy from Austin to DC. In this installment, Owen launches from Austin and makes his way to Tallahassee, spreading lies along the way. Meanwhile, Alex stays behind to interview malicious weirdos and declare himself president-elect.
Today, Dan and Jordan track the "79 Days of Hell" on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex has decided the election has been stolen, but maybe not all hope is lost. Also, the gents get really excited for the next step of Owen Shroyer's career.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how things are going around Infowars after the 2020 election. In this installment, Alex attempts to build a case that the election was stolen, while one of his old friends goes rogue and draws the boring ire of David Knight.
Today, Jordan takes over the show to tell Dan about an absurd video sent to him by a relative.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the day before the 2016 election to see how Alex Jones was handling himself. Turns out, he was mostly bragging about how much traffic he was getting, and Owen Shroyer was getting knee-deep into Pizzagate.
Today, Dan and Jordan come in on their day off to see what happened when Alex Jones showed back up on Rogan's podcast. A short review: not enough Bravo.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the modern day of The Alex Jones Show to see how things are going. In this installment, Alex admits to punching a dog, plans to sneak into an assisted living center, and complains about Borat.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to take a look at the days just before the 2016 election to compare them to how things look nowadays. In this installment, Alex gets obsessed with art, makes fun of some random goths, and seems very different in a particular way.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how the week began on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex totally doesn't get mad at a caller, Jordan demands specifics about the Devil's powers, and Steve Pieczenik puts forth a confusing and upsetting plan to take down "Big Tech."
Today, Dan and Jordan put present day Alex Jones on time-out, and take a glimpse into the past. In this installment, Alex brings in the big guns to cover the death of Antonin Scalia, which ends up mostly being about a suspicious van.
Today, Dan and Jordan learn what happens when Paul Joseph Watson calls in sick to work. Alex does not handle it well.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Monday's episode of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex donates to a hopelessly doomed Congressional candidate on air, gives Johnny Rotten an honorary doctorate, and gets really bored with the Supreme Court nomination hearings.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on to see how Alex Jones covered the fact that a fly landed on Mike Pence's head during the Vice Presidential debate, and come away disappointed.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex Jones is handling the news that Donald Trump has tested positive for Covid-19. It was a strange weekend for everyone, but few as strange as Alex, starting in denial on Friday and ending up crying on air on Sunday.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at Alex Jones' coverage of the first presidential debate of the 2020 election. The debate itself was a mess, and Alex's show was basically the same thing, but with a few extra childish sound effects and blood-based accusations.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex covered the New York Times story about Trump's taxes. In this installment, Alex allows David Icke to say profoundly dumb things on air, Alex reveals that he knows nothing about history or the constitution, and Alex nearly overdoses on chills.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex Jones' response was to Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett as a Supreme Court Justice. Jordan may compare it to "eating a bowl of poo" more than once.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex Jones has been handling the news of the week. As it turns out, he deals with stressful times by being really racist and expounding on nonsensical plans he thinks the devil has.