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A.J. won third place in contest to be the biggest "Endfluencer" for 107.7 "The End," a Seattle radio station. Thanks to all that supported him! His blog used to be up at The A.J. Show's Blog on 107.7 The End.
Welcome to THE A.J. SHOW OFFICIAL WEBSITE!
A.J. Roberts endorses this site. The A.J. Show is a comedy/variety program on channel 22 on Fridays at 6:00p.m. The congressionally recognized show formally aired in Illinois in Peoria, East Peoria, Washington, West Peoria, Peoria Heights, Dunlap, Bartonville, Creve Coeur, Sunnyland, Bellevue, and Norwood.
"The A.J. Show" is currently off the air. There are no plans to restart cable casting of the show any time soon.
Thank you for visiting “The A.J. Show – Official Website.” The site is a shadow of its former self. The original site is long gone; having been replaced by the “classic” site and later our official site on Dork.com. Another party bought out Dork.com a while back. The former party, the one in which we originally established our account for “The A.J. Show,” had become poor managers of the site in their final year of ownership. This made file retrieval difficult. In the transition between ownership, "The A.J. Show - Official Website" was terminated. Some of the older versions of the web site files were fortunately saved by our former webmaster, but we have not yet been able to resurrect that form of the, “The A.J. Show – Official Website.”
This site takes the template of our “Old School” site, which was actually an updated version of our “Classic” site. Our “Classic” site was not the true original, but what the official site was when the show really started to pick up steam, or, as we like to refer to the time period as the "golden age" of "The A.J. Show." "The Old School" version had minor changes, mostly for privacy and continuity reasons
Please endure this slimmed-down, updated version of our “Old School” site. It has the most current information and links to more sites about “The A.J. Show.”
The show is on indefinite hiatus for now, but A.J. still wants your help! Do you have a special talent or have an interesting story to tell? Are you in a band or do you help out in the community? You can be on the A.J. Show! Either e-mail A.J. or write the studio at:
A.J. is the host and co-creator of "The A.J. Show". He is a graduate of Bradley University and a former Marine. He currently works in the Television News industry in Seattle, WA and is a free lance writer for a number of internet news sites. A.J.Follow A.J. on Twitter.
A.J.'s Dad is the coolest dad on the planet. He was the producer of the show and also helped with technical stuff. He announced for the show. When he wasn't doing all that for the show, he was seen doing various voice-overs (how can you be seen doing a voice-over?), as well as playing different parts in comedy sketches on the show. He occasionally performs in local ministry drama troupe.
Nick was the technical director and occasional producer on the show. He currently resides in Southern California, working in the film industry.
Bob has a lot of creativity, which “The A.J. Show” was happy to have. He helped with various comedic sketches and always came up with more funny ideas for the show. He also did camera work and wrote comical sketches for the show. His biggest accomplishment was finding a secret passageway to Iowa from the studio that he used to escape A.J.'s tyrannical directorial habits.
Bobby is not Joe Cobb. Joe is someone completely different.
Kevin, the international man of mystery, was a great help on the show. After living in England, he came back to the states. He is married and lives in Southern Illinois.
He is not Dirk, which we had on the show previously.
Craig started off his stint with "The A.J. Show" on the spin-off "Nick Angilello Show" (shudder...), but despite this, he rose to become a frequent personality in the late third season and going into the fourth and beyond.
John was usually a cameraman, but he also wrote many sketches for the show.
Brian has been another skilled cameraman on the show who is rumored to be the mysterious "King of Dirt," a nefarious villain capable of planetary destruction and also did that clicking sound when he chews. "The King of Dirt" was also in the show's first seasons.
Chris was a cameraman, grip, and set designer on the show. He's also A.J.'s cousin, so it's easy to see how he got roped into the show. Chris is currently married and living in the Chicago area.
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