Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day to see how Alex is doing. Turns out, he's in a really bad mood, so the world is about to end. To deal with that, Alex spends most of his show listing off scary weapons and justifying cannibalism.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their path to the Dean Scream, and in the process get to know two dangerous border vigilantes, discuss the University of Texas's cannon-based celebration history, and learn that Alex doesn't know about Stone Cold Steve Austin.
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Today, Dan and Jordan push on in the hopes of making it to the Dean Scream in time for their upcoming live show. In this installment, Alex gets mad that no one compliments his ability to kill quail, and almost interviews a progressive activist.
Today, with the news that Alex's podcast may be defunct and the sadness setting in at the possibility of never getting to see that painting show, Dan and Jordan attempt to lift their spirits by checking in on Sweary Kerry to see if she can help put the recent news about UFOs and balloons into focus.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's podcast (which is completely not connected to Free Speech Systems). In this installment, Alex may get a friend in legal trouble, and fights through laryngitis in order to interview a dreadlocked idiot.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore some of the content on Alex's new website, which is definitely not owned by him and not related to Free Speech Systems at all. In this installment, Alex announces a show recorded by candle-light, declares his intent to become the new Bob Ross, and accidentally reveals that he believes in social distancing.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their quest to make it to the Howard Dean scream in time for the Milwaukee live show. In this installment, Dan goes to the post office, Alex wants to book a white separatist guest, and a caller presents a Vietnam conspiracy so dumb that Alex calls him stupid.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex is doing now that he's back in the studio. In this installment, Alex and his employees recruit for a Nazi-adjacent militia, Dan harmonizes with an oldie-but-a-goodie, and Jordan does a rare spit-take.
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around in the past to enjoy Alex's adventures. In this installment, Dan bids farewell to Uncle Howdy, and Alex expresses uncertainty about the moon landing, before declaring war on cats.
Today, Dan and Jordan revisit the man who made them fall in love with depositions to begin with, Corporate Representative Extraordinaire Rob Dew. In this installment, Dew reveals his love of long pauses, not answering questions, and suggesting that he still thinks Adam Lanza did not act alone.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex and discuss his thoughts about the brewing conflict between Steven Crowder and the Daily Wire.
Today, Dan and Jordan drop in for a little mini-ish episode from the past. In this installment, Alex does an amazing drunk impression, makes up news about Patriot Act 2 (Back In The Habit), and reports on news from yet another source run by holocaust deniers.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss an early deposition in the Texas case against Alex Jones. This installment features a complicated and confusing appearance by Rob Jacobson, the Infowars resident documentary filmmaker who was mocked for warning against covering Sandy Hook.
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Today, Dan and Jordan check in with Alex's present day affairs, but quickly get distracted by the urgent need to cover round two of the Battle of the Century. In this installment, Alex returns to one of his greatest passions: yelling at Piers Morgan.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their viewing of Alex's coverage of Saddam Hussein's capture. In this installment, equally dumb theories begin to develop both at Infowars and at Knowledge Fight HQ.
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Today, Dan and Jordan still don't have Alex's 2023 predictions to discuss, so they take the opportunity to break down the deposition of Alex's head of business operations, who doesn't seem to like Alex or his show all that much.
(Note: there is a little audio problem around the 54:00 point in the episode that I couldn't repair. Apologies to your ears)
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little Wacky Friday adventure, as Jordan explores a new space weirdo possibility. In this installment, the gents learn about funk tubas, visitations at baseball games, and a mysterious story about a trip into the "other side" in a Jeep.
Today, Dan and Jordan give an update about Alex's forthcoming predictions about 2023. There aren't any, so they go back to the past to experience Alex's immediate reaction to the news that Saddam Hussein had been found in Iraq.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the final episode of Infowars in 2022. In this installment, Alex tries to pull in some donations, explains how to "turn the Satan dial," and possibly reveals his big predictions for 2023.
Today, Dan and Jordan decide to stick around in the past to close out the week. In this installment, Alex explains more about how high schoolers in Texas are going to be arrested if they say the word Jesus at graduation, and callers don't respond to a guest as well as Alex probably expected.
Today, Dan and Jordan ease back into the groove by checking out what Alex was up to at the end of 2003. In this installment, Alex warns of drug dogs trained in Eastern Europe, discusses alleged plans to blame Cuba for a space false flag in 1962, and takes calls from antisemitic callers from multiple countries.
Today, while Dan recovers in his Globalist Med Bed, Jordan sits down for a chat with Ace Associate/Attorney Morgan Stringer to break down some of the recent legal matters surrounding Alex and Infowars.
Today, Dan is sick, so he and Jordan travel back to the past to answer a very important question: what do you get when you combine a Master Mason, a Klansman, and an incompetent radio host? Turns out, you get this episode.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to attempt to cover Alex's misguided attempt to bring Nick Fuentes back for a debate after the antisemitic interview with Ye. Predictably, it got super antisemitic again.