Today, Dan and Jordan sit down with Daily Beast reporter Will Sommer to discuss his new book, Trust The Plan: The Rise of QAnon and the Conspiracy That Unhinged America. Also, Dan has some really good advice for the band Nelson.
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.