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.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex Jones and Infowars covered the news of the passing of Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
Today, Dan and Jordan poke their noses around the Alex Jones Show to see what's going on. In this installment, Alex takes calls from his listeners on what they should think about Trump supporting a vaccine, and Roger Stone seems to have grown out of supporting Alex's theories.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex Jones to see what he's up to. In this installment, Alex rambles a bit about the devil, discusses how he was appointed by God at the age of three to be a major pillar of the fight against the devil, and makes excuses about why he hasn't been on Rogan's podcast.
Today, Dan and Jordan go on a time-traveling adventure to explore what was going on with Alex Jones on the day of a couple of Wonks' wedding day. In this installment, Alex picks a surprise fight with Ron Paul, helps Jesse Ventura promote a horribly-titled book, and engages in some familiar salesmanship.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on what Alex Jones is up to in the present day. In this installment, the gents see what Alex thinks about the Bob Woodward news, football video game stats, and whether or not Joe Rogan is censoring him.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a Wacky Wednesday break to explore a recent interview that Sweary Kerry did with someone who may or may not be Jean-Claude Van Damme. In this installment, the gents learn about Tesla, whether or not Kerry's tried to get on Banned dot Video, and how bad the CIA's severance package really is.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the end of the last week on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents get a showcase of dumb callers, and Alex suggesting that his audience could be "pawn sacrifices" in the battle against his enemies.
Today, Dan and Jordan snap to the present to see how things are going on the Alex Jones Show. They find a man desperately trying to raise money and rambling about a meme featuring Hoover Dam.
Today, Dan and Jordan attempt to take a Wacky Wednesday break by looking into a possible show featuring space weirdos. In this installment, the gents learn a little more about the first space captain they met, and discover the physical state of souls.
Today, Dan and Jordan try to wrestle with Alex Jones' behavior in the stretch of time between the police shooting of Jacob Blake and the shooting of protesters in Kenosha last week.
Today, Jordan sends Dan on a Time Travel Adventure into the past to see what was happening on Alex Jones' show back on 6/6/16, the most recent Devil Date. In this installment, Alex teases that he may know who Trump is going to pick as his VP, Rob Dew goes to a fascist rally in Germany and finds a friend, and Tucker Carlson proves himself a sooth-sayer.
Today, Dan and Jordan experience how the past week ended on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Dan needed closure on the "ShadowGate/Millie Weaver gets fired" situation, which Alex sort of provides. Also, a couple of Alex's friends gloat about Steve Bannon's arrest.
Today, Dan and Jordan trace the beginning of the week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex deals with the fallout of the release of Millie Weaver's "documentary" ShadowGate, pretends that it's totally cool that Roger Stone dropped his super-important appeal, and goes all-in on Laura Loomer's congressional campaign.
Today, Dan and Jordan check out how Alex Jones processed the arrest of his employee/contractor Millie Weaver, and the release of her documentary ShadowGate. In this installment, Alex tries to make sense of what's going on and weirdly reaches some of the same conclusions Dan did.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the new documentary created by Infowars reporter Millie Weaver, which was released shortly after her arrest on Friday. In this installment, the gents try to decide whether this is in fact the whistleblowing event of the century, or a shoddy disaster that proves nothing.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the last couple of days on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Jordan almost loses his mind laughing at the show's ineptitude, Alex finds a "new witch guy," and explains that he believes some groups of people are more susceptible to demon possession than others.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones's show from Tuesday. In this installment, Alex overtly lies about at least two stories about Covid-19, pushes an embarrassing Laura Loomer censorship narrative, and continues his path toward accusing Covid-19 casualties of being fake people.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on what went down over the weekend on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex embarks on a disgusting quest against Oprah, decides that maybe he's actually into QAnon now, and tries to make a big scene at a park with an undersized bullhorn.
Today, Dan and Jordan wrestle with a couple of strange days on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex continues his trajectory toward becoming a more violent version of Jim Bakker, seems jealous of the NRA getting sued, and lands a top tier guest.
Today, Dan and Jordan try to work through the beginning of the week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex misrepresents some graphs about Covid-19, encourages his audience to "civil disobedience," and suffers an impressively bad technical difficulty.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the end of the past week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex warns of imminent "antifa terrorist attacks" that never ended up happening, and signs off on Steve Pieczenik saying that America is a business and that liberty is nonsense.