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The Rob And Joe Show is an Internet Radio Show/Podcast featuring comedians and radio personalities, Rob Maher and Joe Robinson. It will change your life.

The Rob and Joe Show MORE Broadcasting

    • Comedy
    • 4.5, 118 Ratings

The Rob And Joe Show is an Internet Radio Show/Podcast featuring comedians and radio personalities, Rob Maher and Joe Robinson. It will change your life.

    Bedtime Story

    Bedtime Story

    The show just completed its second 'all-star' Zoom call for Patreon subscribers. Robby's new neighbors are being very loud right outside of his studio during the show. Joe was socializing with friends all Memorial Day weekend, and Rob wonders why he wasn't invited to one party in particular. Die Laughing Productions has shows scheduled in June, so Rob and Joe discuss if and how those might take place. Rob and Joe are surprised by both the popularity and the interesting dynamic of the charity celebrity golf match played over the weekend. The quarantine might have a silver lining for Joe personally during the upcoming NFL season. With the sudden rise of the virtual comedy show, Rob and Joe have ideas about what works, what doesn't and how they might be improved. And because of these shows, a new murder mystery idea has been floated. Joe has a few new "lists of fours" to ponder from his posts on Twitter this week.
    Aired Live Monday May 25th at 7:00PM

    • 1 hr 5 min
    I Ate Joke

    I Ate Joke

    Joe spends some time in Ocean City with friends and gets called out for improper social distancing. Rob makes progress on his government income assistance. His trust is betrayed when Joe allows Rob access to the studio while he and Katie are at the beach. Robby receives confirmation that the number one participant on Joe's wish list has committed to the next SuperZoom. Joe is antagonizing people on Twitter and gets blocked by one fan. Joe brings to the show one hotly-debated poll he posted. Following the passing of the beloved actor Fred Willard, Joe reminisces about interviewing him in 2008. This leads to Rob revealing how he upset an actress during an interview and Joe telling some locker room gossip he was told by a now ex-Raven. Rob learned some inside showbiz and divorce details from his celebrity friend. A new film project from that comedian spawns a conversation about the most famous animated and comic strip animals. While Joe learns from a friend that cold showers are good for you, he declines to start the practice. Rob competes in another Kumite, this time for a corporate gig.
    Aired Live Monday May 18th at 6:30PM

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Grounds for Annulment

    Grounds for Annulment

    Joe is going to get serious about exercising, and he'd better since Katie is making a big sacrifice to give him space for the equipment in the house. This dovetails into a discussion about yard sales and how Joe once alienated neighbors over some junk he was selling. Katie is appalled, but she is seeing evidence of this type of behavior all the time, and talks about the most recent incident. Joe and Robby describe the problem all the Robinson men have with their ears. On Mother's Day Gramps inches his way inside the six foot bubble, Joe shares with the in-laws a story already very familiar to the listeners and Rob hugs his mom. An appearance on one Zoom-based comedy gig landed Rob another. Restivo has yet another spurious business scheme. A wily hairdresser seizes the quarantine as her opportunity to finally get rid of Robby as a customer. Joe has a Zoom meeting with a future NFL hall-of-famer. This week's picks on what to stream and what not to stream from Joe also has Robby's endorsement.
    Aired Live Monday May 11th at 6:30PM

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Shitshow

    Shitshow

    Revisiting the house hunting story from the previous episode, Joe reveals how Katie learned of the ordeal and she then gives her thoughts on it. Rob relays a new story from Gramps which turns into a quiz about sex acts and their names. For Rob, competing in the Comedy Kumite over Zoom presents just another obstacle to total victory. Joe is troubled that Rob doesn't know most of the songs on his recent "perfect" Twitter list. SPOILER ALERT! Joe describes the end of Rambo: Last Blood and why he loves it so much.
    Aired Live Monday May 4th at 6:35PM

    • 50 min
    Righty Here Waiting

    Righty Here Waiting

    Several fans and show personalities were in attendance for the first Rob and Joe Zoom party. Joe tells a story about the ongoing house hunt, with a disgusting twist. During the NFL draft coverage, Joe provides spot-on analysis on his social media. This leads to another rant about people entrenched in their positions about how the current world crisis will play out. Joe addresses a question from chat asking if he suffers from a certain intestinal disorder. Robby feels compelled to make a call to customer service when he finds a particular product is below the usual standard. Someone on the show is on a strict lock-down due to a colleague's exposure to the virus. Rob and Joe review their prolific Twitter activity posting polls during quarantine. Joe is resentful now that J-L is now rubbing elbows with celebrities.
    Aired Live Monday April 27th at 6:30PM

    • 56 min
    Social Media Distancing

    Social Media Distancing

    Rob and Joe vent about the plague on social media regarding the current worldwide crisis. Katie deals with the matter of some thank-you cards after a chat room regular was on her case two weeks ago. A Die Laughing Productions quarantine project finally drops and is getting a lot of views. Plus one of the cast members goes viral with his own social media posts. Rob's "comedy festival" campaign however seemed to miss the mark. Unimpressed with Restivo, yet another Trump impersonator throws their hat into the ring via Rob's voice mail. Rob and Joe work through some of the details for the show Zoom meeting project. Rob and Joe give their weekly recommendations on what shows they are watching in quarantine. Joe makes a confession to Rob about a decision he made regarding the starting day for the NFL draft.
    Aired Live Monday April 20th at 6:30PM

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

J.N.H ,

Question.

Real question, when did this become the Rob, Joe and Katie Show? Who asked for a new co-host? No one wants to hear one of the professional broadcasters become a third wheel. What doesn’t work is hearing the hosts be stopped in their tracks by a Katie contribution or having to back track and retell an entire story b/c she joined in mid-show.

MicrophoneMixer ,

Best wedding podcast out there.

They tackle all the tough wedding questions. Sandals or not is just one of the tough topics they discuss in detail.

Airwreck Wouldwerth ,

Saved my marriage

The Rob and Joe show is a good... but it’s better for your soul. I was a bit of a lost sheep, marriage was on the rocks. We tried counseling , nothing seemed to work. I was scared we had truly just fallen out of love. But then I stumbled upon Robbie Robinson’s sex mix and wow... the first night I played the sultry sounds of Glenn Frey’s “you belong to the city” things got hot really fast. It was like we were 18 again. By the time we got to “the heat is on” we were drenched in a pool of carnal juices. I can truly say that Robbie has saved my relationship and family. God bless this show, and god bless Robbie Robinson.

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