One time Bob & Dan recorded a 12 minute sketch? playlet? novella (Spanish novel)? about an Eartha Kitt infestation. She may or may not have been alive at the time of recording, so it's PROBABLY not as tasteless as you think. Either way, RIP EK.
Come for the Bob & Dan, stay for the fake phone call audio effects.
For no reason other than we had nothing planned, we dedicated an entire episode to Emma Stone. This classic Yahoo Answers segment does not stray from that dedication! Please enjoy, tell your friends, rate, review, subscribe, jk lol... do whatever you want.
Music: Something at the beginning & Bob Dylan at the end
Being the GD pioneers they are, Bob and Dan create the Hort or Horror-short. In "The Hallway", Dan tries to coax Bob into joining him in the hallway. What's in the hallway? Listen to find out... or maybe not, I'm not sure how it ends. I do know it is VERY spooky. Listener beware you're in for a hallway.
Music: Moreland & Arbuckle
A discussion of Christmas movies (and Bob's inability to speak) leads to Dan's love of Don Knotts. Bob gets angry about semantics - there are some real emotions here. Guests: Adam, Rachel, and a silent Darren.
Music: Playground, Marcy
Happy Textgiving, Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, Familysgiving, Yourwelcomesgiving... whatever you celebrate! We recorded a reading of our famous Textgiving special, but technology was not on our side. Here's one (mostly listenable) segment of it.
If you want to read it the way God intended, head here:
Music: Vince Guaraldi Trio, Nicole Westbrook, and goddamn Marcy Playground!
Bob and Dan happen to be in the same state at the same time! They walk through nature and record their conversation on a phone - can you even imagine?? This episode is just full-on, in-your-face, uncensored, unedited friendship. If I had to guess what was talked about, I'd probably say: eternity, animal diets, islands, Live Photo deaths, movies, deer, probably much much more. Oh, and throw in a Cuties of The Week and A LOT of nature sounds, and you got yourself an episode.
Music: Angel Olsen
This week we talk about Dan's awkward facebook relationships, and what happens to zombie babies. We have another edition of Ask Bob Anything. We also introduce the new segment: This Week in Independent Media, in which we both choose a project that we encourage you to check out.
It’s the spookiest day after Halloween ever! Bob and Dan tackle the internet’s questions about Halloween party planning, play a game of Costume Opposites, and discuss whether or not Bob should make the switch to boxer-briefs. Music by Lordi!
Bob and Dan’s pining for Skyrim hits its apex with a new segment where Dan pretends to be a whole town of people. They also introduce “Bob Kearns: King of Observational Comedy”. Throw a Whitney update in there and you got yourself an episode. Music by The Black Keys.
Joining us for the season finale is, friend of the show, Charlie. We let him steer the ship, because we're tired and out of ideas. Also we were both a little sick. We talk about stand-up, life, and what America... (rest of description lost to time)
The penultimate episode of season 3 (probably)! Only a few more days to write an iTunes review and extend the season. This week we date the same girl, riff on Elefun, and tackle Bob's addiction to computer melons.
We see the Hobbit (in the format Peter Jackson intended), we eat Chinese food in a dark Chinese food establishment, also we drive between those places. Music from Saints Row: The Third. S3E42: IMAX3DHFR
Brought to you by the island nation of Ireland, this very special unedited edition of the Bob and Dan Cast features pre-recorded "Road Thoughts" by our resident "Road Poet", Jonathan "Bob" Kearns. We also provide important commentary. Music by Elbow.
We reboot Short Circuit (per Michael's request) and also other things. Should I be concerned that I can't remember stuff that literally just happened? Maybe I need to eat more fish (They say it's brain food). Music by Francoise Hardy.
Merry Hoobastank (4th of July)! Celebrate the foundation of our crumbling empire with a Black Peter themed musical, some holiday Yahoo questions, and discussion of jaill (southern prison). Music by the stank.
Brought to you by Josh Otten's review, this week it's all Canadian. Canadian yahoo questions, Canadian rumors, Canadian observational comedy; A true lesson in being careful what you wish for. (all Canadian music)
Our official coverage of C2E2 2012! We talk about Val Kilmer (again), Walking Dead’s Glenn and Maggie, and our chance encounter with Sean Astin. All this plus the Cuties of the Week™! Music from the Ghost and the Darkness.
Happy Easter, friends. We tackle the internet’s questions about the high holiday, roleplay a single round of Scientist Dan Versus Super Shark, and have an unnecessarily long ending (just for super-fans). Music by Bob Dylan
Thanks to Reburn for sponsoring this episode with his itunes review. That dude is into some dirty stuff… Look forward to an all poop sketch, another edition of Melissa McCathy’s Desert Island, and of course the Cuties of the Week™.
Happy Bob and Dan’s Hunger Game brought to you by Hungryman dinners. Hungry? Strap on a man! Congrats to Kolbe for sponsoring this week’s episode with his itunes review and also for that new baby. (we know which one is)
Happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! We try on some Irish accents, role-play a high seas holiday adventure, and beg you to keep us alive for another week. Remember, review us on itunes to keep the season alive. Only one more episode.
A close call! Charlie wrote his review and, as promised, we return. BUT THE GAME HAS CHANGED! We require at least one itunes review a week to keep season three alive. How long will we go? That’s up to you.
End of season two! We’ll be back next week, or possibly the week after. Soon, either way. Join us this week for Oscar talk, storybook recitation, and discussion of the Mass Effect 3 demo.
Music by Emilie Simon
Dan gets stuck in line at a Redbox, Bob demands twitter favorites while refusing to give them, and they both reminisce fondly about the space shuttle launch in Koyaanisqatsi.
Music from the Koyaanisqatsi sdtk.
We start the new year off right with a discussion of Revenge of the Titans, a game of Number One or Number Two, and the introduction of Horts (horror shorts). Hope all your new year wishes have come true! (if they haven’t already, they most likely never will)
Music by Moreland & Arbuckle.
As the year comes to a close, Bob and Dan look back at the stuff that was good this year. They also find time for a New Years themed Yahoo Answers segment and for Bob to workshop a new character. All this plus HILARIOUS BANTER. Merry Holiday.
Merry Christmas! As promised, here’s our 2011 Holiday special. Hope you like it… it was a bear to edit. We do it for you, dear listener. And we hope you know how much we appreciate you listening. Have a great holiday!
Joined by Our Four Cents host, Zach Arneman this week. We not only role play his impending date, we create the next hit AMC program and take a moment to discuss Syfy’s Hook prequel.
Music by Stabbing Westward.
This week they reminisce about the Flesh or Plastic conflict, Dan reveals that his brother-in-law is playing Skyrim wrong, and they both celebrate the legalization of horse consumption.
Music by (once again) The Black Keys.
Happy shopping, dear listener. This week Dan tells his one Black Friday story and, since Bob didn’t shop, they re-enact a ficticious Linen’s & Things doorbuster. Also, the triumphant return of “The Movie Title Game”… or whatever it’s called.
Music from the Shatter sdtk.