In this installment, Dan and Jordan wrap up 2023 by sticking around in the past just a little longer. Tune in to hear about the thrilling textbook conspiracy uncovered by the Idaho County Farm Bureau, and an assassination plot found on a Starbucks napkin.
In this installment, Jordan sits down with Brandi Collins-Dexter, author of Black Skinhead and host of the Bring Receipts podcast, for a riveting conversation about Ye, feminism, and the relationship between the Democratic party and Black Americans.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan take a trip to the past to take in the episode where Alex spoke to Libertarian political hopeful, alleged friend of someone who claimed to be a relative of the Rockefellers, and former showbiz player Aaron Russo for the first time.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex covered the news about the Colorado Supreme Court ruling that Trump can't be on the GOP primary ballot. His analysis is as reasoned and insightful as you imagine it would be.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to catch their breath from modern day nonsense. They find Alex mourning the death of the fourth amendment, and that's pretty much the whole show. Also, Jordan's favorite caller makes a cameo appearance.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan review Alex's return to Twitter Spaces, where he appears on a crowded panel full of luminaries like Laura Loomer, Jack Posobiec, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Elon Musk. Tune in to find out which of these folks forgets to turn off their mic and accidentally pees on stream (it was Vivek).
In this installment, Dan and Jordan find Alex basking in the afterglow of his interview with Tucker Carlson. He decides to spend his time interviewing a recently-released-from-jail Owen Shroyer and then explaining what Heaven is really like.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan take in the experience that is Tucker Carlson interviewing Alex Jones. While it may not be as drunk and enjoyable to watch as when Alex has been on Rogan, it definitely still gets racist and weird.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex decided to cover the death of one of his biggest villains, Henry Kissinger. As with all things Infowars, you won't quite get what you're looking for.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to experience Alex doing a show about the police taking blood for DUI checks. In the process, he does two bizarre interviews and kind of reveals that he just doesn't think people should be trying to stop drunk driving.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan return to discuss Sunday's episode, where Alex lies about voter fraud, struggles with his feelings about Putin, and decries all of the people out there playing piano with their penises.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan enjoy a few clips, talk about why this episode is so short, and let everyone know that they are going to be off this week.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan witness Alex once again storming out in the middle of his own show. Plus, Jordan loses his mind at the revelation of Klaus Schwab parody songs.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan enjoy an episode where Alex seems to be begging to be allowed to quit, before moving on to interview a weird self-help fellow and a young fool preaching MAGA communism.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan witness Alex interview a guy with a viral video and a woman who denies viruses, and come to terms with the reality that the chicken fried steak is the new hot tub.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to learn about the time that Alex got invited to give a speech at an anti-war rally featuring appearances by Ralph Nader and a really obnoxious leftist banjo player.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan try to find something fun to talk about with Alex out of the studio, following his outburst last week. They decide to check in on the time back in 2013 when Alex chatted with Howard Stern, which is about as productive a chat as you imagine.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan witness a tornado. Alex begins conflicted about his place in the right-wing propaganist scene but vows to never quit until God tells him he can, only to quit less than two hours later.
Today, Jordan sits down for a chat with Anna Merlan, author of Republic of Lies, covering a whole host of issues, including the Conspiracy Cruise, bigot nuances, and the guy from the Sound of Freedom.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan cover the great meeting of the minds between "Daddy Hitler" Alex Jones and "Baby Hitler" Nick Fuentes. It's not as much of a debate as it was advertised to be, but it's just as bad as one would expect.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan chat about some of the high/low-lights from Alex's recent interview with Vivek Ramaswamy, who is techincally running for president.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan discuss a video Alex put out trying to do damage control about the recent news about his bankruptcy. Somehow, the episode is more than an hour longer than the actual video Alex made.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan deal with an episode of Alex's show in three acts: one part terrible, one part farce, and one part DMT fantasies about precognitive 100 ft. tall mantis beings that want to break your will.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan grapple with Friday the 13th on Alex's show. The way Alex celebrates is by taling a bit about the conflict in the Middle East, and how it is really all about him and how he's been so wronged by so many.
In this installment, Dan and Jordan go on a time travel adventure suggested by DJ Danarchy. This episode has it all: Alex complaining about Glenn Beck, Alex whining about Glenn Beck, and even Alex whining about how he doesn't want to complain about Glenn Beck.