Today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation of the Alex Jones Show back in 2013. In this installment, Alex returns from vacation and hits the ground running with stories of causing a "police revolt" at SXSW, grotesque fantasies of beating up Kim Jong Un, and much more.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a present day episode of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex breaks down his response to the first night of the Democrat primary debate, but gets sidetracked talking about run-ins with royalty, bragging about his daughter singing a song, and trying to sell product like his future depends on it, which it might.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of the Alex Jones Show to see what's going on. The gents find Alex dipping his toe deep into the pool of racism, getting weird about Area 51, and vaguely threatening Trump if he doesn't intervene to protect Instagram memes.
Today, Dan and Jordan return to the past to continue their investigation into what Alex Jones was up to in 2013. In this installment, Alex goes on a vacation, so he's out of studio for a week, but before he leaves, he references an obscure and very insane pastor, which naturally sent Dan down a very weird rabbit hole that may be very revealing.
Today, Dan and Jordan break in the new studio by doing a special episode about the time that Alex Jones and Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot both gave speeches at a Bilderberg Group protest. There are similarities, there are differences, and then there's a horrifying revelation about something that Kerry believes.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at a modern day installment of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex does what he thinks is a "family show," which includes outright racism, speculation about a Congressperson's genitals, and tips on how to enlarge one's penis. This is "a family show" to Alex.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the present day of The Alex Jones Show and do not care much for what they find. In this installment, the gents find Alex doing some amazingly sloppy work about Ilhan Omar, migrant centers, and bizarre notions about the people involved in Charlottesville.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at a stretch of days from Alex Jones' past in their investigation into what he did in the weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents see subtle clues that bad decisions may be coming, learn that Mike Adams thinks he's funny, and find Alex's first interview with the horrible Michael Savage.
Today, Dan and Jordan head back to the past to continue their investigation into Alex Jones' path after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents find Alex feeling a bit in a rut, which leads to a some uncharacteristic introspection and some very characteristic idiocy.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a disappointing look at Alex Jones' last few days. Everything about this is disappointing.
Today, Dan and Jordan set out to check in on what Alex Jones was up to on the day after the 4th of July, the day after his predictions of "antifa chemical warfare" failed to materialize. Weirdly, they don't find Alex apologizing for spreading stupid fear, they find him getting super mystical and talking to a guy who likes to pretend he's in the Illuminati.
Today, Dan and Jordan retreat back to the past to look at what Alex Jones was up to back in 2013. In this installment, Alex spends most of his time getting mad at a pro wrestling storyline he thinks is about him, and getting super defensive about a murderer he clearly identifies with.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in with Alex Jones in the present day to see what he's up to. It turns out, he's spending his time accusing Antifa of engaging in chemical warfare and talking to his Oathkeeper buddy about how excited they are about the idea of a civil war starting soon.
Alex Jones has been out of studio in the present day, so today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation of what Alex was up to in 2013. In this installment, Alex gets very, very defensive about media coverage about him and has an interview with the second worst sheriff in the US.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to continue to explore Alex Jones' behavior in the weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents learn that Alex's messed up feelings about racial birth rates is not a new area of interest. Also, Alex gets real wishy-washy about a potential extinction level event, and Dan becomes obsessed with repeat callers.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple episodes from earlier in the week on The Alex Jones Show. It's the best of times and worst of times, as one day brings Alex Jones basically doing an impression of a Project Camelot episode, and the next, he jumps fully on board with a new dumb video from Project Veritas.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past to look into how Alex Jones' show operated in the aftermath of Sandy Hook. In this installment, Alex goes on quite a roller-coaster ride as the manhunt for Christopher Dorner comes to a close. Also, Alex reveals that he may think that the Lincoln assassination was a false flag.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at what Alex Jones is up to. On paper, it looks like Alex is having one of the worst weeks on record as things completely fall apart with his behavior surrounding the Sandy Hook lawsuit. However, a couple unforced errors by a few media outlets have given Alex the faintest glimmer of hope. Not too much hope though, he seems pretty bummed out.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple of incredibly messed up days on the Alex Jones Show. Most of the coverage is about Alex's insanely convoluted coverage of the tanker incident in the Gulf of Oman, and about a recent cyber attack that has targeted InfoWars. Along the way, though, the gents learn how leftist brainwashing on college campuses works, and that one of Alex's lawyers may not be totally insane.
Today, Dan and Jordan return to the present day to check in on Alex Jones and see how things are going with him. In this installment, Alex spends a lot of time yelling nonsense about immigrants bringing Ebola to the US, then desperately tries to rekindle his friendship with Roger Stone, and wraps things up by having a full-on religious breakdown on air.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their exploration of Alex Jones' behavior in the weeks after Sandy Hook, to better understand what happened. In this installment, not much is learned on that front, but the gents finally find shooting that Alex thinks is real, and learn that Alex may think that insects are a conspiracy.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little look at a very uninspired string of episodes of the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex gets condescending about the Super Bowl, has a caller accuse him of being controlled opposition, and throws an impromptu rally to yell at Piers Morgan, who is in Texas doing some filming.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple of modern day episodes of The Alex Jones Show. This installment is a deeply upsetting affair, full of rats, vampires, and Alex wishing murder upon his perceived enemies.
Today, Dan and Jordan go back to the past to continue their examination of how Alex Jones behaved in the weeks after Sandy Hook. In this installment, all of the narratives that were previously in play are dropped, as Alex welcomes two guests that inspire him to do a show primarily about post-tribulation rapture and topics he already covered in his "documentary" Endgame.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at what Alex Jones is up to in the current day, and find him being absolutely all over the place. His lawyer is a guest on two straight episodes and the two of them seem to think they have psychic powers. More importantly than all that, this episode contains the greatest out of context drop of all time.