Mastermind Team’s Robcast 211 | Cult of James Brown

In this new episode Rob Lee and Dann D Rob Lee and Dann D cover Home Depot’s fraudulent return policy, cults, Dann cooking with too many herbs and Rob Lee being connected to a local drug bust.

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Hey man…

Rob Lee here asking you for a square one – a huge favor. This Month, we’re having a free event with our buddies from CoPlay Media. Where you may ask?  We’re asking you to come out for our second live show at the Annex Theater in The Bromo Arts District in Baltimore city on December 16th 2017 at 7PM.

In conclusion, CoPlay Media and Mastermind Team’s Robcast are joining forces for a special end of the year show. So come out and spend your Saturday with four moderately handsome 30-year-olds – you know that whole thing about having a voice for radio is a backhanded compliment – in sun-er-well, hopefully, not snow covered Baltimore. Fingers crossed.

For those who may not know:

CoPlay Media is your guide through a variety of topics in the world of Anime and Gaming. CoPlay’s Hurricane D and Zamboni debate, discuss and dissect a myriad of subjects from gaming news, anime reviews, conventions, and so much more. CoPlay Media performed at the Baltimore Podcast Festival with Robcast and many other great podcasts.  Rob Lee and Dann has guest hosted 2 episodes of CoPlay’s podcast. It’s a great friendship born of podcasting.



The Baltimore Podcast Festival 2017

Mastermind Team’s Robcast with Rob Lee and Dann D is a no-holds barred, unfiltered convo about weird news, off-beat crime, pop culture and personal musings. Mastermind Team’s Robcast dates back to 2009 and is Baltimore through and through. Robcast begot this site – Mtrthenetwork – a collaborative of podcasts and blogs that aim to give voices to creatives in Baltimore city. Robcast is hosted by two foodies who are obsessed with alligator stories, off-beat crime and their own opinions.



Afterwards, chew the fat with us after we make asses of ourselves live. I’m told that I’m a little too provocative. So there’s that. It will be a fun night,


if you like our podcast, gaming, trivia, you want to keep Baltimore weird or you want a distraction from the impending North Korea rule and our Annoying Orange “leader” you should come out. You can’t go wrong.


Rudy selling shirts at the Windup Space for the Baltimore Podcast FestivalThis is a free event and a perfect way to make friends.

Merchandise will be available so maybe you could bring a couple dollars. Let us wet our beaks.

Donation are appreciated.

Come be apart of the action.

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Mastermind Team’s Robcast 210 | Jewish Hoe-down

An episode where eyeballs are shaved and someone goes blind.

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Mastermind Team’s Robcast 209 | Don’t Touch Them Berries X Commoner Mayonnaise

An episode where Rob and Dann cover Thanksgiving foods, Trans-Cyborgs and farty suspects.

Robservations | The Room

So last night, Greg, his sister and I went to see The Room at the Charles Theatre. It was serendipitous that, movie reviewed by one of my favorite podcasts, OSWReviews, was playing in my city. I had to go. I was a whopper experience. The Room’s status as a cult classic was quite evident in the theatre – folks where throwing footballs, spoons and dressed in Tuxedos. The experience was reminiscent to going to an indie wrestling show – the chants, running jokes and even a lad to properly time when Johnny (Tommy Wiseau’s) character looked off-screen during the movie – I was as if Johnny was looking at the person in our theatre. It was funny. I could tell that people admired this movie. The movie is much maligned yet loved for its glut of errors.  OSWReviews does a great job in reviewing movies – they actually make me want to see the movies they review or even re-watch for things I’ve missed – like the review of The Watchmen. I’ve never seen the movie but there were things I looked for due to watching the Review so many times. The other winning parts of the theatrical cut were the added bonus of the trailer for The Disaster Artist and message from James Franco and Wiseau. Additionally, there was a horrendous ad for Tommy Wiseau underwear, which I may buy. I would recommend anyone see the movie with a group of friends – the joy of the movie is that it’s so mockable, it inspires irreverent commentary.

“You’re tearing me apart, Lisa.”

Rob Lee

Mastermind Team’s Robcast 208 | Unidentified Ham

An episode where Rob Lee & Dann D cover gravedigging competitions, hacking sex toys and Kevin Spacey.

Mastermind Team’s Robcast 207 | Sexy Robots

An episode where Rob Lee & Dann D cover each state’s favorite Halloween candy, Robot Citizens, Stranger Things and vibrator urns.


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