Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how Alex Jones ended the past week on his show. In this installment, Alex discusses his support for the federal government's actions in Portland, introduces a confusing new supplement line, and closes the show a bit creepy.
Today, Dan and Jordan end the week-long "Will They/Won't They" about when Roger Stone would finally show up on Infowars after being saved from prison last Friday. Also, Alex does ads for a product he can't sell yet, lies about Covid news, and accidentally reveals that he has no idea who Haile Selassie is.
Today, Dan and Jordan keep track of two ongoing storylines on The Alex Jones Show that probably shouldn't be ongoing storylines. The first is the conspicuous absence of Roger Stone on Alex's show since he got saved from prison. The second is Alex weirdly trying to talk himself into promoting the Wayfair Conspiracy. No reason for any of this to be happening.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the end of the last week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex wrestles with the "Wayfair Conspiracy" and celebrates Roger Stone's clemency by interviewing Mancow.
Today, Dan and Jordan check back on what's been going on in the present day of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex reveals that he's been an enemy of antifa for 20 years and discusses having his mind blown out on a boat on July 4th, possibly because of "planets aligning."
Today, Dan and Jordan travel back to the past for a special requested episode. In this installment, Alex Jones discusses every fact on Earth about soil, reveals that he's never read the book his worldview is based on, and hero-worships someone who would end up suing him a few years later.
Today, Dan and Jordan take an exhaustive look at two shows Alex Jones recorded on July 2nd. In his morning show, Alex rambles about cyborgs and puts off covering big news about the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell. To make up for not getting to it on his normal show, Alex returns to air in the evening and tries to cover the big news of the day, with depressing results.
Today, Jordan takes the reigns on the show and tells Dan about an episode of content he watched on One America News. In this installment, Jordan discusses Graham Ledger and Dan fantasizes about how Roger Stone could better use his last few weeks before prison.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the beginning of the week on The Alex Jones Show. Weirdly, Alex doesn't brag much about his failure of an anti-mask rally, instead spending his time complaining about Sacha Baron Cohen, trying to prod his audience closer to committing murders, and reminding Roger Stone that Trump is an attractive man.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how last week ended on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex desperately tries to attack the idea of wearing masks, promotes his anti-mask rally, and gets humiliated by one of his anti-communist heroes.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on a very exhausting couple days on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex tries to launch a distasteful and racist national movement destined for failure, decides he now hates Gov. Abbott, and consoles two of his friends who've recently lost their social media.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' triumphant (horrible) return to studio after his vacation. In this installment, Alex insists that Trump's Tulsa rally was actually a big success, gets really sloppy about making up details about stories, and repeatedly prays for the deaths of his imagined enemies.
Today, after too long a time since Part 1, Dan and Jordan get back on track with trying to follow the path of Bill Cooper's coverage of the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. In this installment, the gents gain some extra insight into Bill from his biography, learn about one of Bill's listener's relationship with their dad, and reveal what Dan learned that made him dance around his apartment.
Today, Dan and Jordan ease back into the recording with a bit of a wacky Infowars outing. In this installment, Owen Shroyer found a replica WWE championship belt and decides to hold an office-wide push-up contest, which of course Alex has to derail.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how last week ended on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex is convinced that a coup was announced on The Daily Show, reveals that he doesn't know anything about the Lincoln assassination, and Dan imagines what Alex's conversation with the Secret Service was like.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a troubling day on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex becomes obsessed with a new video a nurse put out pushing Covid-19 conspiracies, declares that a "warlord" has taken over most of a US city, and Dan gets confused by InfoWars editing decisions.
Today, Dan and Jordan drop a little announcement that they're going to be taking this Friday off from having an episode. To make it up to everyone, Dan reviews a couple foods he's eaten recently.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' half-day shift on his show from Tuesday. In this installment, Alex floats a weird Kennedy assassination theory and attempts to find some reformed leftists in his audience to call in to the show.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Friday's episode of the Alex Jones Show and encounter some real stupidity. In this installment, Alex misrepresents some news about a retracted study and fails to explain a skull on his desk adequately. Also, Dan takes issue with Alex's vocabulary.
Today, Dan and Jordan keep up with the current goings-on in the world of Alex Jones. In this installment, Alex interviews a couple doomed Congressional candidates, decides that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are Democrats and villains, and treads water with his anti-Antifa (pro-fa?) narratives.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue to track the abhorrent behavior of Alex Jones in the present day. In this installment, Alex is accused of burning a mattress, Alex and his staff make peace with military arresting citizens for breaking curfew, and Dan abuses Jordan with more fun drops.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' coverage of the ongoing situation with nation-wide protests that have broken out. In this installment, Alex brings back his fake Soros/Antifa contracts in order to reintroduce Soros as his primary villain, responds to his fake tank getting chased away from a protest, and makes up stories about video clips he's seen online.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the week that was on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex attempts to take credit for Trump's executive order about social media, accuses Democrats of killing people in nursing homes, and the gents discuss Alex's response to the evolving situation in Minneapolis.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a recent bit of news about their favorite Wacky Wednesday topic, the land of space weirdos called Project Camelot. In this installment, the gents take what could be their last walk through Camelot.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore some issues related to the end of last week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Joe Rogan says that Alex is lying about his move to Spotify, Alex indicates a lack of awareness about the country's founding documents, and reveals that he may be communicating with Trump telepathically.