Today, Dan needed a little break from Alex Jones, so Jordan takes over the show to continue his crusade against climate change denial. In this installment, Jordan tells Dan about a couple recent segments on Fox featuring one of his arch-rivals.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in with Alex Jones in the present day and see how he's taking the news that Trump tweeted about a hypothetical civil war. How does Alex balance telling his audience that an actual civil war is inevitable with his calling his audience to "legal and lawful" action? Poorly, it turns out.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the episodes of The Alex Jones Show on the day of and the day after the bombing at the Boston Marathon. In this installment, a Family Guy episode gets distorted, one of Alex's employee's relatives becomes an essential piece of the conspiracy, and Detective John Munch comes along for the ride.
Today, Dan and Jordan look at how Alex Jones has been covering the massive news of the previous few days. Trump gave an anti-Globalist speech at the UN, the House launched an impeachment inquiry, and Alex announced some lawsuits he's filing. Yet, the most important news on this episode may be that Alex thinks someone who definitely was not a US president was actually a US president.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of Alex Jones' show to see what's up. In this installment, the gents explore Alex's strange new musical interest, discuss his some of his feelings about the climate, and learn that Alex's dad may actually be a life-long member of the Globalists.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their study of The Alex Jones Show in the time after Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents get through the episodes leading up to the Boston Bombing, and find Alex's show stagnating as he becomes very obsessed with passing off sloppy man-on-the-street videos as reporting.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at the present day of The Alex Jones Show and find Alex taking his dreams of American expansion into the stars and hanging out with a couple of celebrity guests.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their look at the past on see how Alex Jones' path went so horribly wrong after the events of Sandy Hook. In this installment, the gents find Alex defending domestic violence in his fans and trying to launder some terrible information.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look back into the past of The Alex Jones Show and find what very well may be the turning point in the investigation. In this installment, the gents find Alex's rhetoric turning a bit more severe, while at the same time, Steve Pieczenik becomes more of a regular presence on the show, under the guise of being an overseas correspondent for Alex.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss Alex Jones' very weird last week. In this installment, the gents find Alex encouraging his audience to go bother doctors at abortion clinics and announcing that the end may be near for his career. Also, PJW manages to outdo himself in terms of lazy journalism.
Today, Dan and Jordan check in on the present day of the Alex Jones Show to try to see how he was responding to recent headlines about his Sandy Hook lawsuit. In the process, the gents try to figure out why Alex's lawyer did an interview with Stefan Molyneux.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a moment to take a closer look at one of Alex Jones' main sources of incredibly bad information, Steve Pieczenik.
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around in the past to continue their investigation into what Alex was up to in 2013. In this installment, they find Alex thinking that Kim Jong Un is specifically trying to bomb him, and inviting Steve Pieczenik to come back on the show and double down on his theory that no one died at Sandy Hook.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue looking into the past to follow Alex Jones' path downward after Sandy Hook. In this installment, Steve Pieczenik finally shows up on the scene to mix things up, and Alex reveals what's at "the bottom of the rabbit hole."
Today, Dan and Jordan talk about a couple of recent days of episodes of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents find Alex making peace with one of his worst enemies in hopes of getting a new World War cooking, and they learn that Alex's office responsibilities extend to solving small mysteries
Today, Dan and Jordan stick around in the past to continue looking into Alex Jones' career trajectory in 2013. In this installment, Alex spends most of one show talking about how great the Koch brothers are, and the entirety of another yelling about a song parody video Jim Carrey released about a week prior.
Today, Dan and Jordan retreat to the past to continue their investigation into Alex Jones' path toward Sandy Hook denial. In this installment, something seems to be up, as the gents find Alex beginning to accuse a lot of people of being actors. Alex also warns his audience that the Globalists are trying to get them eaten by coyotes.
Today, Dan and Jordan keep their eye on the present day of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, the gents hope to find out how Alex has responded to Trump's flirtations with messianic narcissism, and in the process get to watch some "conservatives are being censored" narratives fall completely flat.
Today, both Jordan and Alex Jones return from their respective vacations. In this installment, the gents discuss the day Alex got back in the studio and decided to spend most of his time making an absurd argument for why Trump is great for wanting to buy Greenland.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little adventure into Project Camelot land to discuss an interview Sweary Kerry did with a woman who claims to be both Anunnaki and Martian royalty. She also has some interesting ideas about history and religion that are completely foreign, but also strangely familiar.
Today, Dan and Jordan come to you from the past to discuss a couple episodes of The Alex Jones Show from the even deeper past. In this installment, the gents find Alex embarking on an intense white victimhood narrative, responding to the news of a new Pope being named, and doing an iffy impression of McGruff The Crime Dog.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a little break from looking at Alex Jones to take in a little episode of The Jim Bakker Show. In this installment, the gents grapple with Jim Bakker interviewing a weirdo named Lance Wallnau who has coins to sell and a very familiar story about Trump to tell.
Today, Dan and Jordan take a look at some present day episodes of The Alex Jones Show to check in and see how Alex has responded to the recent shootings. A lot of it is very predictable, but some of it reaches impressive levels of weird and dumb. Plus, it turns out Alex has a new catchphrase which is also weird and dumb.
Today, Dan and Jordan continue their investigation of the Alex Jones Show back in 2013. In this installment, Alex returns from vacation and hits the ground running with stories of causing a "police revolt" at SXSW, grotesque fantasies of beating up Kim Jong Un, and much more.
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a present day episode of The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex breaks down his response to the first night of the Democrat primary debate, but gets sidetracked talking about run-ins with royalty, bragging about his daughter singing a song, and trying to sell product like his future depends on it, which it might.