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.