Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' half-day shift on his show from Tuesday. In this installment, Alex floats a weird Kennedy assassination theory and attempts to find some reformed leftists in his audience to call in to the show.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Friday's episode of the Alex Jones Show and encounter some real stupidity. In this installment, Alex misrepresents some news about a retracted study and fails to explain a skull on his desk adequately. Also, Dan takes issue with Alex's vocabulary.
Today, Dan and Jordan keep up with the current goings-on in the world of Alex Jones. In this installment, Alex interviews a couple doomed Congressional candidates, decides that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are Democrats and villains, and treads water with his anti-Antifa (pro-fa?) narratives.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue to track the abhorrent behavior of Alex Jones in the present day. In this installment, Alex is accused of burning a mattress, Alex and his staff make peace with military arresting citizens for breaking curfew, and Dan abuses Jordan with more fun drops.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' coverage of the ongoing situation with nation-wide protests that have broken out. In this installment, Alex brings back his fake Soros/Antifa contracts in order to reintroduce Soros as his primary villain, responds to his fake tank getting chased away from a protest, and makes up stories about video clips he's seen online.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the week that was on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex attempts to take credit for Trump's executive order about social media, accuses Democrats of killing people in nursing homes, and the gents discuss Alex's response to the evolving situation in Minneapolis.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a recent bit of news about their favorite Wacky Wednesday topic, the land of space weirdos called Project Camelot. In this installment, the gents take what could be their last walk through Camelot.
Today, Dan and Jordan explore some issues related to the end of last week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Joe Rogan says that Alex is lying about his move to Spotify, Alex indicates a lack of awareness about the country's founding documents, and reveals that he may be communicating with Trump telepathically.
Today, Dan and Jordan regroup and discuss the bizarre week that was on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex discusses being too drunk to meet with the Secret Service at the RNC, tries to make Joe Rogan's Spotify contract about himself, and lets two dullards fill in for him. Also, Dan becomes drunk with power after uncovering a few new drops.
Today, to supplement their coverage of Alex Jones, Dan and Jordan begin an exploration of how things played out on Bill Cooper's radio show The Hour of the Time on the days immediately following the bombing of the Murrah building in Oklahoma City. This installment covers the day of the bombing, April 19, 1995, as well as April 20-21.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple days of this week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex fails in a valiant attempt to make a point, possibly warns the world of a fake alien invasion, and gets a little too specific about what movie he pretends he was offered a starring role in.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss how the week began on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex gets freaked out by bill numbers he thinks are satanic, falls for an internet hoax about New Guinea, and gets intensely hung up on the idea of men wearing pink.
Today, Dan and Jordan take an overdue break from the present day of the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents discuss a recent interview that Sweary Kerry released with an alleged super soldier to see what's going on in a very similar but much more creative world of conspiracy.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple episodes from this week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex continues his coronavirus games, decides that maybe the world doesn't deserve to know who Q is, and dips his toe into a hot new viral conspiracy sensation.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss the last few days of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex forces Dan to critically engage with the idea that his cannibalism rant was satire, and decides that a dumb op-ed is a revelation of the Globalists' plan for the 2020 election.
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.