Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex Jones decided to celebrate May Day. As it turns out, he was trying pretty hard to cheer on a literal war with China, desperately asking people to be his successor, and pretending that his outburst about eating his neighbors was actually genius satire.
Today, Dan and Jordan find out what happens in the days after Alex Jones threatened to eat his neighbors. In this installment, Dan gets very bored with Alex's nonsense and Alex exposes how exclusionary his concept of "humanity" exactly is.
Today, Dan and Jordan keep an eye on the increasingly bizarre present day of the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex speculates that Trump is the smartest person on Earth, and discusses his evolving position on cannibalism.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the end of the past week on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex discusses his plan to record the final episode of his show, which is to be released after he's taken off air. That ends up being just as dumb and dramatic as it sounds.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at a couple of wildly different days on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex finally admits that he hates his own show, and pushes a weird conspiracy about doctors having secret orgies. Also, a long-lost character, presumed dead, makes a triumphant return.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' very not-chill 420 show. In this installment, Alex essentially declares that his enemies are unbeatable and that the end of his show may be near. Also, Alex tells a story of yelling at people at the grocery store, and David Icke convinces Alex that Covid-19 doesn't exist.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how things are on the Alex Jones Show the day after a couple of his employees were suspended from Twitter for trying to promote a rally in the middle of a pandemic. In this installment, Alex spends most of the show building narratives about a specific science fact-checker he's mad at, and the show ends with some very good comedy bits.
Today, Dan and Jordan replatform Alex Jones and take a look at his triumphant (?) return to his own show. In this installment, Alex threatens to overthrow the government of China, discusses his plan to flee Austin, and loses his cool so badly he has to leave his own show mid-broadcast, saying that he may not come back.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue the deplatforming of Alex Jones from their podcast, as they take a look at an episode of Bill Cooper's radio show where he has open phone lines. The gents explore how differently Alex and Bill treat their callers, and how feeling disappointed in your audience is a universal trait among conspiracy theorists.
Today, Dan and Jordan deplatform Alex Jones from their podcast as punishment for him being a huge disappointment. Instead of talking about him, they check in on what Sweary Kerry at Project Camelot has been saying about how things are going with the coronavirus. It turns out nothing might be real, and we may have some side-concerns that the CDC is definitely not equipped to handle.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' episode where he promised to reveal the identity of Q, of Q-Anon fame. What an amazing tease.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Sunday's episode of Alex Jones' show because he couldn't make it in to work on Monday. In this installment, Dan finds a new rival based on vocal patterns and Mike Adams finds a new fake miracle drug.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the Alex Jones Show from April 2, 2020 (baby!) In this installment, Alex fails miserably at proving some of his theories about Globalist plans, and has a profound on-air meltdown after one of his earbuds falls out.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex Jones' April Fool's Day show on Infowars. In this installment, Alex's friend the Health Ranger comes out as a Polio Denier and Alex declares a really hilarious war against QAnon.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a break from Alex Jones to take a look at a fun little stretch from the career of Alex's predecessor, Bill Cooper. In this installment, the gents discuss the time that Bill decided that he and his listeners were going to buy a giant media conglomerate and thereby save America.
Today, Dan and Jordan dig into the day when Alex Jones learned that his app was kicked off the Android store and he lost his appeal about being a dick about Sandy Hook. In this installment, things go about as you expect.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see what Alex Jones is up to in the middle of this chaotic week. In this installment, the gents find Alex following in lockstep with the mainstream right-wing media, arguing that the coronavirus is no big deal, and people should go back to work. Also, Alex does the world's worst Bane impression.
Today, the show takes a Wacky Wednesday break from the present day to let Jordan take over the show and present a topic of his choosing. In this installment, he tells Dan about a couple of televangelists, and Dan in return tells him about a few wrestlers.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the stretch of time when Alex Jones should have just gone on vacation. In this installment, Alex claims that at least six sci-fi movies are real and interviews Ted Nugent's wife as an expert about coronavirus.
Today, Dan and Jordan self-quarantine from Alex Jones' nonsense by taking a vacation into the exotic, very trivial world of Lionel's career.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the very tumultuous days at the end of last week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex gets very defensive about news articles about how he has been selling his silver, comes out as a Tom Hanks truther, and almost accidentally says that he enjoys killing people.
Today, Dan and Jordan set out to cover the period of the Alex Jones Show in the immediate aftermath of him shaving his head to see if it changed his vibe. In this installment, Alex's convoluted coronavirus narratives continue, Alex tells a tale of a night in jail, and has his mind blown by Rush.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the beginning of last week on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex's coronavirus narrative shifts considerably, Alex desperately tries to start a fight with Sebastian Gorka, and a disproportionate amount of time is spent mocking Bloomberg's eating habits.
[CW: At approximately 3:05:00, Alex and a guest discuss BPD and self-harm in a very gross way.]
Today, Dan and Jordan have to stop the presses on Alex Jones because the newest installment of the Mark Richards interview series was released over at Project Camelot, and that is not something that can wait. In this installment, the gents learn about UK UFO business, dumb takes on public health, and the coming X-Men threat.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' horribly misguided rally at CPAC. It was an event full of real dumb weirdos, from doomed congressional candidates and longshot grifters to Nick Fuentes. The goal was to get Trump's attention about the cause of free speech, but the end result is probably everyone waking up the next day not feeling like they did a good job.