Today, Dan and Jordan follow Alex's advice to mark Feb. 11 on their calendars as the day that the Globalists' plot collapsed entirely. Also, Alex tries to walk back Rogan's apology for him, and explains what it's like to be in the literal presence of God.
Today, Dan and Jordan tune in to hear Alex go really overboard trying to drum up fear of Russia starting a thermonuclear war, only to have one of his guests ruin all the fun. Plus, Alex finds a fitting representative to speak about the Ottawa protests, and Ted Anderson drops by, but he's not selling gold.
Today, Dan and Jordan check back in on the present day of the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex reveals a confusing understanding of the world's power structure, overhypes a German mock trial full of weirdos, and the gents get fascinated with Roger Stone's online store.
Today, Dan and Jordan put present-day Alex in timeout, as they dip into the past to see how Alex was engaging with the 2014 midterm elections. It turns out, he gets super racist and interviews someone who would go on to become the Most Important Person In The World.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how things went when Marjorie Taylor Greene dropped by to chat with Alex. Also in this installment, Alex gets gross and then later gets real esoteric about touching eternity.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex's return to the studio from his camping trip. In this installment, Alex loves the Canadian trucker convoy, gets deeply transphobic (probably because of Minnie Mouse), and Roger Stone backs some weirdo Congressional candidates who won't make it out of the primary.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex's announcement that he pled the fifth about 100 times with the Jan 6 Committee. In this installment, Alex says some very dubious things, and Matt Bracken recommends people storm the capitol on January 6.
Today, Dan and Jordan break down the recent depositions that were done with Infowars corporate representative Daria and Alex Jones himself. Also, Mark Bankston drops by to provide some surprising context.
Today, Dan and Jordan check out an "Emergency Saturday Broadcast" Alex put out this weekend. In this installment, Alex appears to be trying to declare victory over Covid restrictions, while also lying about storms, and once again taking Bill Maher's show too seriously.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on a very frustrating day on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Roger Stone announces that he has/had Covid and is suing everyone, Alex tries not to make fun of Brian Stelter, and Mike Lindell once again announces he has evidence that will put Trump back in office.
Today, Dan and Jordan poke around a little more about the recent Stewart Rhodes arrest news. In this installment, the gents discuss Alex's "previously unreleased" interview about Stewart being accused of being a fed, and meet the silliest insurrectionist.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in to see how Alex is doing with the news that his old buddy Stewart Rhodes got arrested for being part of a seditious conspiracy. Also, Alex gets really weird about the concept of a "prison planet."
Today, Dan and Jordan dip into the past to look at the ways that Alex's response to the beginning of the 2009 H1N1 outbreak closely mirrored his response to the beginning of Covid. Also, Alex goes on Coast to Coast, and tries to call the White House.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on a particularly bizarre stretch of time on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Ted Nugent corrects the record about Jan. 6, Alex gets mad about the HuffPost publishing some of his sales numbers, and the "Most Important Person In The World" is named.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back to the past to get a break from Alex's current day chaos. In this installment, Alex discusses his defiance-based politics, takes calls with PJW, and laments how his free speech is being infringed by local radio shows not letting him call in to argue.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on what may have been an all-time emotional low on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex gets mad at Bette Midler, calls everything a paradox, and threatens to quit the show repeatedly.
Today, Dan and Jordan finish catching up by taking in Alex's very serious warning to Trump that he released on Christmas. Then, they take in the December 29 episode to see how many stacks (aka "stackies") Alex can get through in one show.
Today, Dan and Jordan reunite to examine a very tough day around Infowars. In this installment, Trump's comments about vaccines and boosters combine with financial woes and Alex not being able to see Spiderman to create a mood where maybe the world isn't worth saving.
Today, Dan and Jordan attempt to record a little minisode from different countries. While Jordan has been out of town, Dan found a few clips from 1998 that the world needs to hear, which illustrate how little Alex has really changed over the past 23 years.
Today, even though Jordan is on vacation, breaking news required Dan to put out a sneaky snake episode. Alex has decided to sue the January 6 Committee, so Dan calls in Andrew Torrez from the Opening Arguments podcast to help make sense of the legal filing.
Today, Dan sends Jordan off on his vacation by giving him a break from Alex Jones to check in on how things are going with Sweary Kerry around Project Camelot. In this installment, rocket science is simplified, and a nefarious cyborg plot is uncovered.
Today, Dan and Jordan dip back into the past to take in a rare treat. In this installment, Alex invites Ann Coulter onto the show hoping to humiliate her with his debate skills and superior grasp on "the truth." This does not go well.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the recent goings-on in the world of "the most important work" Alex Jones has ever done in his career, Reset Wars. These are disappointing goings-on.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on Alex to see how he is doing. In this installment, Alex brags about "waking up" people, decides that he is really into Glenn Beck now, and gets weird with his daughter over breakfast.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on how Alex's Sunday shows are going these days. In this installment, Alex misreports every headline he attempts to read, impotently tries to intimidate Trump and Rand Paul, and indicates that he thinks Luxembourg is part of Germany.